The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 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: UF00048666:00035
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Scientific Data During AT
.-,, I Caught in the act of deliveringto Dearth of water in Key West,
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TripBy MELBOURNE. Australia NEW YORK AND PORTLAND a local dealer cots and mattresses due to no rains for months, has Approaching Cam.

June 7.A club of 100 stammerer I I which are the property of caused a great deal of uneasiness Wheelock Curry local purveyor BAYVIEW PARK S

has been formed here. Florida Emergency Relief Administration during the past few months and paignBy
I ...steam hii' Florida, magnificent I to the table of lover
McDONOUCHAttociated The purpose i* to agitate \V. II. Perkins, known as! tcp 3 were recently taken to provide of turtle dishes this week established
for organized research on passenger vessel of the Peninsularand MEMBERS OF ORGANIZATIONTO
( Press Science Writer) vocal impediments. I I "non us Bill, was arrested yes-I a minimum amount of water -I what is probably .
At the
WASHINGTON June 7.-Nine : Occidental Steamship company !: terday afternoon and placed in, to families which are in dire record for catching turtle in ASSEMBLE THIS AFTER. BYRON PRICE
meeting the president the water adjacent to Key (Chief .f n.nT... ......,...>4
tone of balloon gondola, scientific stated that he himself had is now being gotten in I county jail under bond of $500. : need.J. West. NOON TO HEAR OUTLINEOF Press \\."... -...*

been.,a chronic stutterer, but readiness for the annual trip to I Justice of the Peace Rogelio I Gerry Curtis director of He left the city and returned Talk of a "coalition ticket" to

instrument and men soon was cured by psychological Gomez saw the goods being delivered FERA wrok operations: has arranged DUTIES
New York and take up the ached- 36 hours later with oppose Mr. Roosevelt for reelection .
will ,tart on an intended vertical treatment. investigated and upon his I I with the Superintendent of I 31 turtle, 30 of which were I.
There is cast-iron rule ule between that city and Port in 1936 i
one growing increasingly
i of
'I I findings issued a warrant for the Public Instruction and members of the green, choicest,
in the Stammerer's Club Members of Section Five of the
trip of 14 mile or more into the land Maine.Last t
stuttering i is prohibited. aii'-st of Perkins. The warrantwas I the school board to rse the water variety Citizen and one loggerhead.The Key West Junior Patrol are gathering prevalent where conservative
saw the catch
tratocphere. year this ship was plying I served Enrique, in the
by Deputy cistern at Harris school on ,
I:30 politician
this mornings All of them p. m. today at Bayview get together.
Profiting by the mistake o(1 .I'.4J'.I'.I.JV'.4Tlli between these ports during the I Mayg. i Southard street. are in-perfect condition and Park where several talks will be When the

summer'months and was also Later Justice Gomez sent a telegram Men on relief rolls will be' detailed a* fine and healthy lookingas made to them. The junior patrol proposal first was

last year'* disastrous fight this M.E.GILFONDGOJBON r much in demand during the international to Jack Little, supervisor of to dispense the water to applicants any brought to port in members will hear -definitely just broached the tendency almost
year's journey of the "Explorer yacht laces. veterans' camps on the Keys, tell who show they have no many month*. what their duties are as far as everywhere
was to
II" of the National Geographic TRIPWILL ;t The Florida returned and was ing of the arrest of Perkins, the]i! water at home. Applicants: will be their particular section is concern- \ a*

later in the season placed in service i MAKE PLANS fantastic and altogether unattainable
charges and bond and the fact that j>allowed one gallon each day.-They ed.The
society and army air corps i is 1 I i between Miami\ and Havana, I'' Key West Hospitality Band
1I I the goods were taken from the;! must bring their own containers. 'n to play a few numbers, and following a* a practical proposition,

scheduled to be "biffer and better VISIT MIAMI AND ALSO!, and continued until the political Ciyde-Mallory warehouse on Wall :: Service will be givpn; 24 hours:I TO ENTERTAIN their presentations* J. Gerry however sound it might

i situation in C-iba made it advisable street, which is being used by the'''I daily. 'I Curtis, director of operationsin I appear on
than which have preceded JACKSONVILLE ON BUSINESS J JI I'I'I I ,
any I to dscontiaue:: sailings.The administration with Perkins in-j II I MIAMI GROUP the Key West Administration" I paper. New some seasoned lead.,

it since the first high halloo MATTERS bhip returned to Key West will give a brief "pep talk. lie
I I tharge. j RECEIVES AWARD 1 will introduce Dr. William R. era are not so sure They thiakit
where she has since Seen berthed "
ascension, was made in. England I i Warren, who also will address: the might be .
f COSTLY HOLDUP j .1 possible.Naturally
at the company's docks. It is un- I
it!. E. Gilfond, Florida ERA administrator -
in 1862 to a distance of :I derstood that before taking up the:' 20-cent'I i SAN .'RA CI CO.-By pledging Arthur II. Shepherd; supervisor, there are reasons for
of Key West, left over i I schedule between New York and FLINT, Mich.-For a I ERS WILL BE AMONG I
seven miles. herself not to marry for five' of parks is to be the third speak, this change, however slight it
I the highway this for Miami '! I holdup! of a man and girl Nick:' may
morning! Porland, the Florida will on dry-:
go i 'MillS er on theprogr.m., and he will :,
years, Leah! Gertrude Green- THOSE WHO WILL BE HERE be. One reason is that the
The gas capacity of the new where he will confer with officials |! dock at Hoboken N. J. Hod is of this city had been sentenced -'; I give a definite outline of the proposed idea
then Jacksonville to serve from 15 to 50 J wood of this city qualified for an OVER I keeps cropping up among responsible -
balloon is 3,700,000 cubic feet instead and proceed to i WEEK-END I activities of the patrol.
I 'I in prison. inheritance of $'',&00.e .
i ACCUSED WRONGLY years p people in widely-scaU-jr-
,of the 3,000,000 cubic feet for a conference, with !I II i I .I, The company-and, patrol_ lead
{Julius F. Stone. _._ '- -, CTB in section rive' of the junior t ed sections of the country. Another
of the 1934 bag the gondola is I I I I
I Ij NEW YORK.-When arraigned I Plans were completed last night, patrol who are gathering at the I is that there evidence that
I lie was accompanied by Mrs.] S Se e se5ea o e55ss5e e SSsS are s
78 cubic feet larger, danger of 'i: in a court in this city, Stephen park with other members of the
accidents has been, reduced by the j j Gilfond who will continue from Shipsky, 17, said: "Whoever said : : i i during a meeting held in the Hospitality section, follow: 'la sizeable campaign chest might

use of stronger balloon cloth and I']j I Jacksonville to points in North !! I committed robberies in two : ECONOMICHIGHLIGHTSHappenings House, for entertaining a Company 1 Alton Roberts|I readily be available if the rignt

Carolina where she will ipenilmsevjeral 'I. years is a liar. I'm only guilty .: group of prominent Miamians who leader; Howard Pinder, Ray De-' sort of ticket were nominated.The .
non-explosive helium'gas instead I I' months resting. ||lof 35." I I i will visit Key West over the week- meritt. Frank Aritas and Frank present difficulty is ibat
of hydrogen, and new and improved That Affect the Dinner Pails Dividend'': leaders.
____ i I'i Stickney, patrol no one seems to be taking the
instrument will be carried i) Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; Nationaland I end.The coming here includes Company 2-Billy Allen leader -
group lead
toward definite
to wider gather more* than accurate than data over!!:!! PASTOR PERFECTS 'HAPPY HOME' PLAN I II International Problems' InseparableFrom J'', Mayor A. D. IL Fossey City Commissioners Bethel; Margaret, Henry Roy Dexter Canfield, Herman and sentiment toward such organizationof : an end.

a range -. was ,pos-- Local \Velfare Robert Williams. :'Jand Floyd Hoffer- patroi l,:*dersi*"* '"- Wthaatstt-bIfee5e. &071'c"

iible"'beretofor 1 T I AGAINST PREVALENT DIVORCE MENACE! -.-.-.-..--..-.--.-.-..--.-.-..--.-.-.-.-.-.----.-.-_--------------.---_-.--------------.-.-.-.-.-. ,' Alexander Ore, Jr.;James'Yelving-. Company 3- Dorothy Bearup ject scarcely can be kept alive
Many Device Carried : '
.II ton. property for the leader Xenia Hoff Barbara Ali -
I For that: is written and said domination Should'this long.
all ito I political ? Or i very
Among the device scheduled to I I I bury. Jessie Michael and Bert
Abe Aronovitz
be carried to and record scientific I By SIGRID ARNE i tion card to fill out. It asks ques-!I the contrary, business today i is power go to an independent ;: City of Miami; ,I Johnson. patrol leaders I' New Party Talked

see -! (Associated Press Staff Writer) 1|I tions that make them think; how 1;; as much-and perhaps morei committee Supreme Court of I city solicitor; A. G. Vcach, liquidator j Company 4-Harry Roberts Some interesting suggestions

data are three electroscopes I' Dr. H. A. Klahr swung his long have they been acquainted;!i! afraid of inflation than it was two Banking?" for the Southern Bank and i leader; Charles Roberts, Jay have been made by those who

and two counters to record cosmic is it the first marriage, and if I'i years ago when the clouds of cur- That issue is arousing one of I Trust Company, and Paul Marks,1.I I Strieker. Charles Monroe\ and Bert j i .
activity two barographs and desk chair around to look at a discussion the others have I! rency manipulation filled the the bitterest verbal battles of think the venture has possibilities.At
ray ; not, of ; I president of the Key West Club Pinder, patrol leaders.
two barometers to .check the 'altitude -! young couple entering his office.!'[they had physical: examinations;'I I financial eky. One indication ofbusiness' years among; experts. Adrainistra-j; t of Dade Count/' I Company 5-Francis Dion t present there is a strong'
attitude is the fact that: tion men, such! as Federal Reserve sentiment among these political
finances leader Knowles Ellen
reached ;: are they going to budget !' ; Anthony ,
; two epectrograph' |i! H. had married them five month ; what plans have they for'I the Administration has twice within -I Governor Kccles, who fathered thej I I Several local citizens were included Mae Knowles. George Solomon I pioneers that iteould not be zuU
to analyze the light of the sky,! late week to bill,.feel that the last I !
: I I mental growth together; what a attempted as- political domina-j,, among those attending and Gilbert Lord patrol leaders.!. ficient merely to nominate a conservative -
sun and earth; one device for' before. I(,! plans for social life, and what' sure industrialists! that inflation is.. tion phase of the matter is less night's meeting when the plans, Company 6-Mary Knowles I

measuring the electrical conductivity -:i I The husband looked sullen.fThe' place for religion. I II I I not anticipated, that a sound currency important than it seems, that the'' v/ere definitely worked out for I: leader; Virginia Pierce Emerson I democrat for presidenton
'I will be maintained. creation of Federal Reserve the republican ticket.It .
of the air; 10 cameras to '|!I They talk the questions over]I, a | the week-end's entertainment.Leo I Carey, Dorothy Bentancourt and ;
bride' eye were read. They: with the pastor and !Mrs.\ oe-I{I Secretary Morgenthau's recent Board is highly desirable Opnon. Kathryn Knowles, patrol leaders. i iI is proposed to go the lengthof
photograph earth, sky and readings -I i designed to internal 1 ents of the bill with Win- Warren, acting mayor of t
rpcech was quell agree
I the It.Ir.!\ Klahr is an ideal per- j Company 7-Aiice Pent. leader; disbanding the republican party
of instrument diak:; a radio, avoided looking at each other. I| fears as to the stability of throp Aldrich head of Chase Na-: Key West, will preside at a lunch-)I Peter Alvarez. Annie Saunders I
I' I i son for the plan. He has none of I altogether, and calling a convention -
receiving set, tending sky and the! ."Doctor you know I had $800 the didactic tone of a person who the dollar and to point out that I lional Bank; largest commercial ,!! eon being given for the visitors tomorrow Walter Canalejo and Melvin

readings of instrument spore trap;; in the bank when you married thinks he is 100 per cent right.; the treasury wa ready and willingto institution in the country, who re-i i it Delmonico'g, and will I Adams patrol leaders. II of conservatives to form a
cooperate with other nations in cently said: "This: is not liberalizIng -:: new party.A .
and holder; electrical ther-I I I us, said the groom. i i| lIe is tolerant. lIe is practical. introduce the visitors:, but ,no Company 8-Alberta: Peterson
"Yes." achieving monetary stabilization.I I the Federal Reserve. It is making -; leader Billy Atcheson. Sarah Ann I part of the understandingwould
He sends the bride-to-oe to a ;
inometer; three light meters,!I i said the'I That represents a rather decisive it into an instrument of; speeches are scheduled for the Rim, Joe Soldano, and Isabel Ar-! be that this new party
!I "Well now look maternal health clinic if there ( I
compasses; air specimen flasks I: groom holding out a bank book. doubt of her health or isl I change from the Administration'spast I despotic authority." 'jI noon-day affair. Prior to the mayor patrol leaders. would nominate a democrat for

and balloon thermometer. I{'! There was $80 on deposit. any knowledge. He gets the aid of a stand-it will be remembered -I I Now for the inflation po ihili-: luncheon the vi iLol1l'wiU assembleat I: Company 9-Curtis Stanton ', president, and a republican fr

In addition, the gondolain''I|' "Did you. lose your job?" asked' bank for the newlyweds' budget., that the president "wrecked" lies of the bill. Affording to !\Ir.\ f fI the Hospitality House to be en-i leader; Betty )Moreno Florence vice president, and pledge that
equipped with an electrical fan: charitable'j ; the World Economic Conference AWrkh,, it grants the power to the; j Dillon Cynthia Pearlman and the cabinet would be a real "coali-
hazarding a several
\ : Department stores help with furniture tertained briefly by members -
by which it can be revolved; liquid';j guess. H' j and.jlhey know the churchfrows I j" by flatly refusing to consider'j I hrvpored Federal Reserve Board} of the local Elks lodge. { Louis Kristol. patrol leaders. tion" group, chosen from both the
air chambers to insure !!I 1 Utilization. fo force the Federal Reserve' .
breathing "No, spent it," sobbed Mtbe on-'expensive furnishings! on A sightseeing trip will be taken !I 1 Company 10()Andrew Navarro, old parties.One
in the hermetically-sealed metal bride. Her husband :i Second event was the preii- System an indefinite amount of: .i leader; Cecilia Alfonso Edilia New York banker has madea
was ready to low income. Real estatel j jagents during the afternoon, and.tomorrow
sphere; storage batteries f and 8-i! leave her. lie was the saving' on, a } the town for in x-! dent's own peed before congress I *ny-kind of government securities;j night the Miamians will be I|. Parra. Dinia Ortiz and Lucetta unique suggestion for getting
000 pounds of lead shot ballast.! kind. scrape !i: in vetoing the bonus-it representrd -- to fix rates of discount and inter-; Hatana-Madrid Club DeBarritt, patrol leaders. way from, the old republican
Most of the instruments will | pensive\ ,, sunny apartments and'I the first time that a chief exi' eat charged by the Reserve Banks;, guests at the Company 11-Evelio Rneda.1 r labeL He proposes that the new
i An Unusual Record i bouses. where a special program of entertainment -11
operate automatically, leaving:: 1 : { ecutive .has appeared before the!: to lower the standards fixed in the will be offered. leader; Oscar Garcia. Sydney party adopt in toto the democratic

the two members of the crew,:;I Mr. Klahr dislikes divorce so!! The First Year ,I legislative; branch to explain a 1I ; law describing the equality of, Sunday, those_ who_ wish_ will h. _be Aronovitz. Orlando Branly and I I national platform of 1932,
Capt. Albert W Stevens, commander -'; much that he says he has "less' Then comes the big test. The veto ask that it be upheld. The'' "paper" the Reserve Banks may I taken William Monsalvatge: patrol lead- with its pledges of governmental
*i first of marriage.' Mrs.\ Boei on a deep sea; fishing trip, j I
and Capt. Orvil A. An- than ten per cent" among the year president covered much larger isSues -, buy or accept as collateral; to and late in the afternoon the era JL'ZS,; economy, a balanced but,
| entire -
demon, pilot, to concentrate on hundreds of marriages he per-]i thelt calls Sometimes periodically at the I than the bonus in his talk-j|':dilute currency; to force the banksto I party will return to Miami. A. 1 i iI i "sound currency." and so nn.
home. she finds the )
their manifold duties of navigating forms each year. Others grin which was: extremely well received I II ,'[ engage'in any open-market security -I Maitland Adams is chairman of The whole theory behind fh"
and say it's only about two per bride in tears. Maybe it is just it deems advU- WAGING BATTLE I II I
the balloon making visual ob- I was praised by conservative : operations the committee arranging the fishing -I movement is, of course that only
cent.. The record is so unusual; homesickness. Maybe there isj, able. Under the last the I
Kervation.*. photographing and'', newspapers! which dislike most of j!| ; provision trip. 'a union of all the conservativesi
that church conventions every!I some serious maladjustment. The \peeche5-and the. board could! force the banks to 'i and
watching of the flight. pledged ON MOSQUITOES defeat Mr. Roosevelt
progress : Those who ill comprise the
I vi
year discuss the "marriage and! couple gets help. Administration to the purchase! government; obligationsin ; I I sum union be hoped
oppose j that can
Helium For 14-Mile Hop ,I I I I reception committee at the train I no
Ij older who I
home Stone j| Many times couples I II
; department" at Old promiscuous issuing! of green-' unlimited amounts directly from i M H MH* ( for under the republican banner.
scheduled to be-:! and greet the visitors with Acting -
The flight is ;j church in Cleveland 0., where his j married long before "Old St ne" backs. Keynote of all he said the Treasury. I
gin, as soon as weather is favorable -, pastor. i j started this service, drop in. They was monetary It is obvious then that Mayor Warren are Robert|I Efforts to exterminate or Control -: Douglas Favored
stability. passage;
from the Stratocamp in the:5.' About this spendthrift bride.)|: are parting but sad. The husband -I Even so, business is not com-' of the act would give an Admin Spottswood, chairman of the]I mosquitoes at No Name Key::,: Lewis Douglas, the budget director

rocky natural bowl near Rapid: That was solved. The groom took:: has been glued to his office, vinced. and a good levelheaded -; istration-controlled board unqualified group arranging transportation; ]I near the ferry landing are being who left the new deal line

City S. D.. scene of the start of:;; over the spending until the bride i ii I the wife absorbed by children.I!{I observers can many still see the power to force credit expansion Charles; Aronovitz Dr. Harry C.j{ made by inspectors of the sanitary: up because he thought the ad-

the 1934 flight which ended with{: learned. She got help from Mrs.\ |1 They are strangers. Their men-:'F ominous spectre of inflation on; -which is nothing more or, Galey, J. Gerry Curtis, Franklin't'1 department of the Key West Administration -11 11t : ministration was spending too

the crash of the gondola in a cornfield -,< A. R. Boethelt who helps Mr.j'; tal lives are different kingdoms.'J the horizon. Main reason is the ;' less than inflation. Under the' E.: Albert and Bernard C. DeWitt.1 f today. freely, is much favored for first

near Holdredge. Neb. j{ Klahr by making visits at the!J i That's difficult, but Mr. Klahr!'I: so-called "Omnibus Banking Bill"j I terms of the act. the' Treasury I Among the persons invited to I I A. C. Tanner, sanitary engineer place on such a ticket. There is

Sufficient helium, will be PUMPed -,: homes. j i:I explains the actions and feelings which has passed the house is now< could ,sell new securities to the, the luncheon tomorrow besides and several other members mention also of Senator Byrd of
into the huge bag to lift the j: [: each to the other. He creates' of his department are on the l Virginia. and Senator Bailey of
| Usually the pastor doesn't have j pf pending in the senate. I|I banks whenever it became pressed:1 those already named, are: Dr.'

weighty: load to a theoretical'I! even that trouble. He believes the i if I sympathy. I j, Proponents and opponents of. for funds, whether or not income William R. Warren, Edward A.Strunk. upper key today armed with vari i I North Carolina.

height of 14 miles and possibly'I I roots of divorce lie 'way back ,before -I Often they .leave smiling. to'' the bill agree on one thing: If it !I: and the state of the currency justified I: Jr., Melvin Russell Carl! -mosquito-spraying apparatus, I Alfred E. Smith is not so frequently -

above: although officials of the]j f the wedding ceremony i find new interests together-a!: passes, the banking set-up of the i ii their being purchased. Old-I i I Bervaldi Dr. Armando Cobo, Jee determined to obliterate the I spoken of because one of

National Geographic society emphasize -I So he doesn't marry folks before i lecture course. 'a season symphony j i nation will be almost entirely rev-( time bankers and financial commentators Cabrera, Jake Aronontz, Morris: bothersome mosquitoes, if pos II the prime suppositions is that such

that the flight is not I'[ talking to them, unless the,;. ticket or golf. Many\ times it 1: outionized.! At the present time.,. literally shudder when II Holt-berg. J. L. Stowers Lewis sible.Lartaeeide i a party would depend for support
aimed the works. Father and mother stay' think of inherent I I and other material on a. eonfbination of the east and
primarily at bringing case is very unusuaL rthe power to control the flow of: they the possibilities Pierce, J. Lancelot Lester W.Ccrry .
altitude record back to the United Talk With Pastor I together.; i I the country's credit and currency I j jI in that. I I 'Harris William for treating the area are included the sooth and Smith's 1928 record
States; from Soviet Russia. I I I News of this unusual church! rests largely in the hands of the i; It is difficult to forecast whether V. Albury, in the paraphernalia with J:of vote-getting in the south is well
The couples get pink registra- I ; B. C. Papy, Sen. Arthur Gomez
The maximum height attainedby a service has spread. Couples drive' governors and directors of the 12 or not the act will pass with; which the group left hers this remembered.

a man- ari ing balloon was in from many states just to be,I Federal Reserve Banks. The bill : the features conservatives think W. Warren Sawyer, Dr. J. R. morning. I,I Another assumption by those

reached early in 1934 when three''; Habana-Madrid Club i[ married at "Old Stone." Many I I provides that this power shall be' are objectionable still in it. It t: Valdes J. B. Sullivan, Benjamin who favor the plan is that Senator

Soviet aviators went up'to 13.66, Tomorrow Night come back from long distances to!I j I taken from these governors, given; seems certain however that the I I Sawyer. Ross C. Sawyer. J. Otto YGNACIO D. CARBONELL Huey Long will ran in 193ft:
!'I Board whose bill win be modified to degree I Kirchheiner. Howard Wilson. Harry Scientific Taxidermist as an independent splitting tb<-
miles above the earth. They lost] have their children baptised to a Federal Reserve some :
their live in the'crash which followed -: BIG DANCE ; Many who started out very poor!I members shall be appointed by the in the senate, due I D. Warren, Karl O. Thompson] SPECIALTYPrice liberal-radical vote in enough
their precipitate descent.!i Entertaining the :! write back about each little pro-I| president. The issue then.-in the [ to Senator Glass who PrineipaD'j William R. Porter. Norberg FISH R.a.oeaU.P1eoo .. I states to put the conservative

Last year1 National MAYOR OF MIAMI [': motion and victory. j I II words of News-Week is this:'! money man from 'way back:, hates Thompson. Ed. H. Gray of The coalition ticket across. Whether

air corps flight was Music by Haoana-Madrid I'I I "Divorce." says Mr. Klahr gen-j I}'"Should power over the controlling and fey any and aH kinds of in:. Citizen, Ore L. Jones of The FlorIda -I '220. Located Upstairs I he actually win do so probably! !i"

11.48 miles because Geoarrarhic-I Orchestra I I[I fly "is only a coward's or a lazy]!\I mechanisms be placed with a Federal -I flation distrusts Mr. Eccles' eco-:I Keys-Sun, and Earl Adams HABANA-MADRID CLUB not known by anyone except Long

failure. I Script $1.00 Ladies Free man's way out." I Reserve Board subject to I nomie views. Miami Herald correspondent here. Dvval aid Front Street himself.

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;atere4 at Key Went. Florida a. ..Mad etee matter Rainfall I II have occurred since yesterday -!I I has just been received in this city,
FIFTT-flXTH TKAK Believing that a crisis in world recovery 1I I I Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.:' morning: 04 the middle Golf by Hay: Howard.

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.la, .r Associated rti>ubllcatlon PrsM of all-t.metr BW dispatches entitled credited to: ass t. Hull is eager to explore the possibilities of .l TMo N" .'et..k.ats.o.r.24-a.__. ..;. | in New England and from the PALACE
It or not otVerwlM credited I* this .paper and al*. I. lower Missouri Valley northeastward I
tbe Uxuii. &._& published itcrsv cooperation in disposing!of national sur- Tomorrow" Almanac. the Lake Tem- Ken Maynard[ in
.Sun rises ........m_........ 5:31<5 a. m.* over region. degrees IN OLD SANTA FE
fallen 12 14
) ( CHTORtAL pluses through a free exchange of goods I[rSuQ. seu i t.._.............__ 7:15 p. m. peratures Kansas have and Missouri to and- Wm. Collyer in
1lJ1NA IATICMt between, the countries of the world. Thus, !I Moon rises ...........,...12:00 Noon readings in are unseasonably low I Lost Cagney-June In The Stratosphere
1933.wHacawnoiP iI I i iI i j: :Moon sets __......_..._ from the Plains States eastwardover
it argued, each: nation will gain; unemployment Matie.-- 10I5c; Nfht: 1S-25
BATES' I F Tomorrow' Tide. the Lake region: while warm- I
..... Year rr.... will gradually vanish and there I A.M. P.M. .. .
.... -- -
ibt! Months ; ......._ .. : -- -- -- -
Tare.Jffonrfts I..' will be a general rise in the standard of I High oum. 2:52 2:33.
.. .
dne Month .11Xbekly \ Low .mo. 8:29 9:06 -
.2. living. I Barometer 8 a. m. today: I
E dcc 'RalJtcll I t
ADTKRT19IMO' BATES + Sea level 29.99.
There will be form of
some :
Made known en application.MPKCIA: necessary Cu.tfrtd &u lyeu,who bat a armas'unar j I .
NOTICE stabilization of currency and a general ltcucrt 1I I j. WEATHER FORECASTTill I "
All reading Betlcea. cards) of thanka. reaolntlona ef J t r
:.pct.. cMtitavp aotlcea. ete, will b' ebara4 for at'k restrictions fwd left lies! ,I 11
I I I lessening of trade whether by ta f I
thr torriuxc o>t Nair ( S p. m.. Saturday)
by chnrcne) from which quotas or tariffs. There must be a real A Ruu re Fhfur l-ar r
a revenue to Be derived are C cent a Une York F Avoids, ben Key West and VicLiity: Partly
The Clll*.n t. an open form and Invites. dUene- ization that mutual profit conies te those 1 .) t2d !ur 9'"fivt1ut cloudy tonight and Saturday, po:+-
a a.t.M>...of..publicInues bat U w4U not and aabjecta or local or ceaerat 1926. hat ,4, r,
pcblta comronnl.
anoayinoa nations which exchange goods and that it :
.." ..... ,, .irrrY 9 $$1.60d4wc
is impossible, inthe long run, to continueto s"- ferc4 laicd1Ityl.

The government proposes and the sell to others without buying from themin I. i
supreme court disposes.The tUrD- Wtra E1ay ads-a.utrdd tve/yex* atr. .W1.

In a recent speech on commerce Sec Stiufias Bt uu* scuus,off \ f..F' I
Hull out that "the T Wt. Live' iif **Jiftlent P '1'9 l I
retary pointed eommercial
truth, if it were known, w uldprobably suit a mudcat cajptM&r'J Jd trarifli "' I
world is network of artificial and yL{,, OffER
arbitrary .
surprise all. a vieti. boar.KEY 'Qr? 0 -
I Ir 7t./ t
trade discriminations and J
4 obstruc- .... _. ;
tions" whjch, has destroyed.22,000.OQV. ( ; r---- ... -- 'r ---. \. r. .... ".. .Ji1! J :
"The rttent court decisions 1 t r
GOO of international trade, making- millionsof L. Ball, headbrakeman- of the Partly CIe.cly Tln.ade..hwen
'were. a mighty swat at.the ogre of Fascism. i, train was badly scalded. .Judge i \
workers idle. WEST IN jsibly i I thundershowers Saturday; : -
Hugh Gunn and a coroner's jury
: gentle to moderate winds, mostly .w w wHOIDS .;
Five cent cotton and thirty cent UNHEEDED WARNINGSIt DAYS GONE BY care I I investigating the accident. i ii [t easterly. I! EXTENDED All THIS FOOD! I

wheat; even then, Mr.\ President,, we will Happenings Here Just 10 Year!i Dogs prowling the f'treetsof; Florida: Partly cloudy with local I 2 1 Mr-a.- .2 S pr Ib. r.r
1 boar
eat. Ao Today As Taken From 1 I[ Key West at night are responsible! '' thunders-flowers Saturday and in 2 phsa..CM ess .2g1rw& ,
is one of the most amazing facts I The File Of The .CItixe. t i I for a great amount of damage.. in j j southeast portion tonight. I Iu.c.1 bottle. cbcrn t bottle** e.*2(.Ib*.> I
connected with modern life that the number I the vicinity of Elizabeth and Angels -I I Jacksonville to Florida Straits:'I Until July l>t you can ntace 4KO .e 4 Ib i *bm. M cuciiMbtrIb **>Lbv*

It the world is a stage, what part U I of deaths resulting--from'carelessness: I T streets, complaints have been i! Gentle to moderate east wind, ;i I place a GENERAL ELECTRIC .2, *. lumaiori....e I baecbrl I
.A party of engineers, membersof made of lawns being destroyed'J I * trot* J
Huey Long playing! Sure, you. guessed it makes 'no greater impression upon the ,. the American Association, arrived -' flower beds torn up and; garbage[I!I weather i Saturday portly overcast probably tonight'ami Jwah! REFRIGERATOR in krua.I jar .'i.7t drcum dwe.. ..k.J.:.

the! first time. general public. this morning on the Cover receptacles overturned. Saturday!!, showers over south portion. ; your home for a down pay'aJ8e lard!*.2 1 left-ever 41" .....nboccie c.

In spite of the daily record of accidents ::nor Cobb from Tampa, following night dogs entered the yard of Eat Gill: Moderate east I' went of only 100. ics 2 4I..el.ccbci>>treen.g-2 Ib>>.nays/D. of. test
a visit! to other principal cities iaj! Mrs. M. E- Sweeney, 620 Eliza winds weather partly overcast
One of, these days all problems will drivers continue totake a chance, ;the state; The visitors enjoyed a beth street and in addition to I tonight; and Saturday proba: !.ly

besolved but few citizen of Key West with an inevitable percentage. fatal motor ride around t.heeityp looked'; wrecking the lawn tnnnelrd under local showers over south portion. This refrigerator has the famous sealed

wilt bearound when the time comes. sults. The same ii true of other re-I-over the golf course! and expressed inspected I a wire enclosure where' M1\ '.!I, Ea't Gulf: Mo legate east. winds. ''I in mechanism; and the five year protective
.road operations. They Sweeney keJ/t./ hu turkeys and
tices which take their grim toll Of themselves' as being delight:! I killed two large and 10 small WEATHER CONDITIONS 'plan is included in the initial price.

Graduates will find the world a bit life. with their visit. j ones. I

harder to capture than scholastic' honors Persons who are ordinarily careful in Pressure! continues low over
Mrs. Viola Whitmarsh and! Editorial comment: Every sauthern Texas. Brownsville. 29.84
but older heads, will applaud their ef protecting their property or their health Laurie L. Higgs, were _quietly I American citizen supposed to inches and is moderately high this Monthly Payments
forts. appear to throw discretion to the winds married) Saturday evening at the I be entitled to the pursuit of happiness morning throughout most of the

the moment they grasp the wheel of an parsonage of the- First Methodist but not necessarily to get Plains States and lower Missouri $2.00 with light billThe
church. Rev. L. Munro officiating: it. your
Why legalize' slot machines! That'sa automobile, and positively invite disaster The newly wed wit hold a reception BENJAMIN LOPEZ !

cheap form of gambling. A state lot- through failing to observe*the most elementary Tuesday evening at the home Walter B. Young, who has been f FUNERALIIOME iE.tabhsh.d j ..
of Mr. Higgs [, 409 Grin- in the accounting department of
would have been the solution if cautions. paren 1 49 YmrsKey I
tery gamble invi- West Electric
. nell street. They extend an the Key company .
West's Oldest West Electric
The is reckless Key Company
we must. jaywalker equally tation to their; many friends for the past!'\ 18 months. has been I 24-Hoar AmbnUac Service.
taking the chance of being run down for promoted to the position of assistant I I LlceaeeJ EBSS| .*> I t

The quintuplets their the sake of saving a few steps or a moment's John A. Gardner, son of Mr. traveling auditor with the 1 Pbos>. 135 Kiibt 6fl....
have to- account
Stone and Webster the
and Mrs. John Gardner, of Petro- company
time. Those who careless of ,
- are _. ..
v the sum oC $20Q,0uOv. : demonstrating once nia street has been awarded the super power concern which operates -- -- --
other dangers help to swell the harvest of Ramsaur Medal for making the the electric company. Mr.
again and in. a substantial manner that ad- ," 1""III"IA

vertising pays. deaths.And highest average' in the School of Young left Saturday night with i ........................................................ ...........:
Mr. Owens who has just
the most lamentable fact is thatno Pharmacy, University of Florida, .
from which he will be graduated pleted the audit of the local I .

Next year is leap year, and the boysin amount of warning appears to have any tomorrow. Mr. Gardner is a gra- company. I
appreciable effect. duate of Monroe High School, an Key West not matrimonially inclined, finished his course in 1921. John Sharpley who is spending!
should practice leaping right now to make i his vacation with his mother Mrs*! KEEP COOL I
; A Sharpley ,
'em harder to catch. Flag day exercises will be held!
!. Sunday afternoon June 14, in street has accepted a position a.'I1)
National Bank
teller in the First
is extremely doubtful if many citizens Bayview Park under the auspicesof .
O. Mclntyre says he often muses; the Benevolent and Protective and will' fill the position until .
of Key West know anything about October when he will return to .
but oftener he amuses. He makes us laugh Vineenzo de Galilei a native of Pisa, but Order elaborate Elks 551 of is Key being West An arranged Atlanta to resume his studies at .

merely by looking at his pictures, and they program Southern Dental College.; j
parents, wondering how to rear boys can and it is expected a large
say these flatter him. profit by his example.In crowd will be attendance.. : :
Erosion control experimentswith I Electric
an age when science, an outcast, mustard seed plantinrs have: Fans =o
"Judaism in Babylon" was the
proved successful in California's!
It does take from
something away a was on the threshold of demonstrating im- subject of an address 1>y Rabbi fire-denuded forests. I j

:woman when she wears shorts, to let pea pbrtanUf;Delations, this anywise for his Kleine. of Jacksonville!, who lids jI. :
:; pie see that under the robe of refinementis day, declared himself in; favor of free and been in Key West for the past .

the shape of a spindle. leg.. : .. open inquirylinto scientific matters,, unrestrained week.Friday The Rabbi evening spoke! followingthe KEY WESTCOLONIAL i iI
HOTELIn $$185 $10
bathe weight of authority.! and B'nai Zion Synagogue The speaker I to ; 'q

No, Jonah, coalition has nothing to do tradition. was heard audience.by a large and appreciative | the Center of the Business ; .

with coal mining, nor has cooperation- lIe planned a business career for his w- --.--..-..... and Theater District i

thing to do with the cooperage business, boy but when the son displayed ability as 11. H. Eosenquist. engineer, and First CUss-Fireproof- I

except in an abstract manner. ; an man author sent him, musician tothe university and artist to the study old were Oscar Crawford instantly, killed colored Saturday fireman, Seasible Rates j, I= ICE CREAM FREEZERS g

afternoon about 3 o'clock when COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI ;
Commenting on Secretary Wallace's .f medicine, most likely to prove profitable. the engine boiler exploded while 1

suggestion that a four-man board be ap- The son, however, took to mathematicsand the pineapple special out of Key' Garage Elevator 1 2Qt. 4Qt. 6 Qt. =f
West was' just north of Seven' :
PepaUr Pric.
pointed to run the country, Grit nominates physics, and again the old man let him Mil Bridge, at Pigeon; Key. R,1 ,t1r :

Huey Long, Dr. Townsend, Ed Wynn, and have his way. ---- : q
Joe Penner.As When you look at your watch or clockto 4

.i see the hour you enjoy the fruit of thatboy's Water Coolers, Thermos Jugs I
skill because all modern I
experimental -
!' princes goin these days of Your VacationIf
r timepieces based the isochron- .
are on Thermos Bottles 1
decadent nobility they have not much of i
ism ef the pendulum which he discovered.
principle or principal, and as a, con- r you are going to summer school, or plan- l
'Mare. he invented the telescope which : :
Feqtience folk pay little attention to them ning: a motor trip or 'any journey, you will fetal I ,. SS
and their vaunted airs of superiority.In r inaugurated modern observation of the safer and more at ease if you are sure that the I I : :

't ktHaluniv rle,and"stablished manyother funds you carry are protected. Let us assist you i i : a'

t new facts., !l in procuring this protection by converting your Beach '
his remarks' the president fre- Chairs Hammock Chairs
The moral of this story is for Key 'I travel funds! intoAMERICAN- I i it
quently cites the rules! and ndion.of baseball r '
West parents: Tour'son will never be n'Galner I'
to prove or accentuate his point. He I EXPRESS TRAVELERS i iI
if you cram your prejudices and intolerance = Folding Chairs i
should remember that it isn't comme il ; CHEQUES I
down his throat. It
faut to belittle or dispute the umpire's de- t .. .
cisions. I I IF THESE checks are lost or stolen (an.: : .

"The codfish lays 10,000 eggs. countersigned), the amount involved is refunded I II .. 1

The homely hen lays one; I td you. In spending them all that is necessary is .: "Your home u worthy of the best"
People who inveigh against the su- The codfish never cackle I I for.you to sign them a second time in the presence !

preme court decisions remind us of those .To tell you what she's done of the one- accepting them It !
Swtli Florida & Co. i
- rabid fans who rail against the umpire at And so we scorn the codfish, -FOR SALE i BY- Contracting Ehgaeeriig

a ball game. The act is but giving vent to And the homely hen we prize; :j
''up Plume 598 White ad Eliza Street :
prejudice. You never hear an expression Which demonstrates to you and meThat i, .
The First National Bank of Key West I .
of indignation because the arbiter's it pays to>> advertise ............... ..... .. ....
j1ldg-J ...ee.eeee.e.e'*. .... ...... .............s s eT
ment appeared unfair ,to the other Exchange...". J 1 1IIII.lI.I"JI

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FRIDAY JUNE 7, 1935.

-- IIOPETDEFEATSi 1....#..................1
I! F 1'F' twsMswi !J. I I GARAGE FORCE Ii |1E Today's

i i BUSY BEE TEAM i WINS CONTEST!! Anniversaries

t .. ,,. .-. .._ SPORTS 1 .
-t S
It U n- oioea naauy witn: .. -
a warnmc to 11- .......
40 *.r ,.rll". fact, and not j CC ee.e..a..e.cee
I..... ker. DapKitt Sumtrt to hard, son herself that she was now merelythe I
e aai hsa.. A'_ area, c.mpl.t.Iy unnecessary third. DIAMOND ALL GAME LAST DOWNS ADMINISTRATION_ 1745--Lindley Murray, New

t tls Liiadad.......krr...ri tatter"ktmlt: Ipso uUA one fe a w.lit-.. Innately hoae t and sincere herself t i EVENING RESULTS IN "I'I York lawyer and business man
f ten. ...has r.ae..-> 4UM*.from hating subterfuge OUTFIT IN DIAMOND. I who settled England and wrote
of every
predicameat.ad et.
qua 0'
aka' pane .r. ., ...*frry, _'< oM kind. the girl's disgust was tinted SCORE OF 6-4 I BALL YESTERDAYBy I I English Grammrrs and Readers
t Ilkf'a ( mi.fklm.. AIu>o Mr. with tear. In her own fashion a : used in both countries I born in
and Dafknt art toting tea. ----
narrow, single-mIded fashion I 1 t, Dauphin Co.. Pa. Died Feb. 16,

Chapter 17 Daphne was claver; reloetaatly I PIRATES DOWN 'r..................e.ee.e..e..e..e..e..... (By JOVE) ( JOVE) I Ii 1826.

Alison admitted It to !Herself. The eternal rivals, Lopez and I II
The Administration
She added now. Tin sorry that Ididn't f 1 DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS I Bee i 1843-Susan E. Blow, pioneer
Busy tens played a great i
: .gulped down her lea aad meet the young man. I CARDS. TAKING | I tens played yesterday afternoon American teacher of kindergarten

.. cap down a. aha cot up. would have liked to thank him. And I r : game last night at Bayview Park. |at the Bayvie'W Park. It was the methods born in St. Losfe.' Diedin

She sold conventionally ta Mrs. your father tells me that he's SECOND ,t'I} The Embalmers won the contest -( only game of the Social Diamond- New York, March 2', 1916.
Sonera "I do hap yon won't think eliarmlDe.You ." PLACE:i : in the fifth inning when the ball League.
-- - - -- --- ------------ ; .
r me so frightfully rod it I rush .will meet him. for I hope I iI j ----------.I Bakers went to pieces. One walk I t i 1845-John F. Gone her, BaltImore
Quite a few of the boys were ,rand Ike RussclL The i The contest was in doubt until
a.w..t The truth la. rYe a frantic he's coming here to lunch" said I i first all I clergyman and educator
headache and 1 want to take an Robert. I DETROIT TIGERS TRIUMPH!r out yesterday afternoon to see i I Mi. Taylor hi off number one I four errors and three hits gave the ;I the last man was retired. The founder and benefactor of mis

aspirin and lie down before dinner. what that pond in front of num-j I tee went in the generrl l direction j Undertakers five runs-one more | Mechanics\ finally won out 8 to. 9. lions the world over born at

These last few day hare been _HERE r for a moment Alison f OVER CLEVELAND INDIANS; Ler two tee looks like when all the i, of the starter :chop;; bet the reai i i t than was needed to cop the fracas. i!i I Some wonderful plays wereaccomplished' Waynesbnry, Pa. Died July 19: ,
rather tiring.! ba. sworn that I water has beeR removed elsewhere. I 1 son was on acco int of Mr. Taylor!I I In the fifth frame, the Lopez 1922.

"Oh, my dear!" Daphn..truck Daphne bk;:netted; the rouge on her SENATORS: WHITEWASH On Wednesday; afternoon Mr.!' not looking where he was shootI -t,: boys scored their last run. Sweet i I : ,during the game.

AIL attitude! registering remorse. ', cheek brightened and stood out In f RED SOX Lionel Plummer was seen to have j I I ing but gazing at number nine jug walked, went to third on an I I One was a caleb by Jolly in left' 1857-Samuel 11. Crothers,

And It's an my fault! Oh. It U! I two pink patches; there was perhaps I made one attempt to cross in one i!i: green. As usnal A. F. had the best j jI |: error and scored on an infield field for the Garage ten. A fly Clergyman and essayist born atOswell.

Bob toll me. rm.o terribly sorry! I tea seconds Interval before her I j shot but the ball went down into I I :4<
YOU see, he.gave me his telegram smooth "Oh! That's very nice flpeelai! it ?brlHaea) | the mud which is about 10 feet j, I Bakers scored three in the 11 11I [away from him. lie turned around Ma._ Nov. 9, 1927.
to send off and Fd one of my own whe r NEW YORK, June 7.-The !| deep. Then he lays down a new iI Last week: Mr. Josie Lopez andI fifth on- two ,,walks two hits and
i and ball
and somehow I mosfre muddled "haven't asked him yet. You'll ;:; ball and makes another attempt I Mr. Clem Price lost their shirts to I an- error and a wild f-itcYi. They caught the before it hit 1858-Franklin P. Glass noted

them np I can't think how." have to ring him up, Alison." Pittsburgh Pirates went to victory !! but to no avail-the second ball j i Bobby Spottsy And Sammy Coldy added one more in the ninth on I l the ground. ('I''Alabama newspaper editor, born

."It was the fault of those Idiots .""Yenv got bJ. address then?*" over the St. Louis Cardinals 2 to i!! landed ih tne middle of the mud- I and yesterday Mr. Lopez and Mr. I.two hits, a walk and a wild pitch. The hitting of Gabriel featured rat, Centerville. Ala. Died in

at the telegraph offlce. Interjected Mrs. Som rs said that lightly. 1, and moved into second placein ; hole and Mr.-Plummer took right Price won the shirts back and a [ At bat. the leaders were: A1-']!r the game, with four safeties in a* Birmingham Jan. 10, 1934.

Robert. "As a matter of fact I haven't. the National League stalldin [ out after it. Bit luckily he had :I I pair ot pants to go along with I I bury with three safeties in four many times up. L..Castro hit three I

"No'! I'm sure It was my fault. forgot to ask him for it." the girl The: Rues advanced from fifth : on a new pair of shorts and was i!! seme. Starting oif it looked like''' tries' ; Gonzalez. Ingraham Grif-j! in four tries. Mora. Barker and 1865-Edwin E. Slosson, popu
Daphne'Insisted. "Ton see I sent was carefully casual: able to keep his britches flean-- fin and A. Aee-redo, who batted 1 1I I
within week : I L. and P. wo-i'tl shortly be nudists : j i Demeritt hit two safely in three Jar writer on scientific subjects,
both telegrams- over the telephone "Yon con look It up In" the telephone place a and are now otherwise Olive would have made I I bt t soon they woke ur, and by the I! .500. j I times at the plate. In the field > born at Albany. Kans. Died mt

and I was .' a hurry meeting yon!" book. I .suppose.. Daphne a half game ahead i&.of the St.Louis, him. sleep T' th the dog. But to.time Spot and Sam got gut of the3?, IYi the field. Armindo. Albury I.I r Demeritt. Gabriel and Jolly:I t Washington. D. C.. Oct. 15, 192UL .

She patted his hand. "And I forgotto spoke quite sharply. "Wha'1 his club.. t I| get back to our story of yesterday'| fog the match vms\ : Oirer. However.?I Higrgr, Machin and H. Gates play-;!;' -.tarred.L r -

make them repeat the telegrams name? ".. / The Detroit Tigers triumphed ,, and in order to tell this better we :<: these same: lads sill trr agiinnext: ed a good game. j 4 L Score by innings: I -Knud Rasmus-ten' famed
before 1 rang off. So Alison must've "Westurn. will to give .the I Ir I 1 I Score by innings: R. H. rDanish: explorer, torn. Died Dec.
"Oh I don't know the name. over the. Cleveland Indians taking now proceed you week.' to straighten things! ont a j| AdministratioDR.. H. E.
got the ODe meant for Harrips. If I ; Bees ___. 000 030 001 I E.I 1 21
results. -- ,9. ,
4 I bit Mr. Price is irmll con- 2020400-S 7 3
What is he like? Your father could the game by a score of 10-9. Rowe more.
rd had thefalntest notion I'd hare I r 1 1I I
rushed down to Warley myself butI only tell me that he had good mariners HOg*ett and Sullivan served on'the _._ Uificed that some. sort of shenran- Lopez .... 005 100 OOx-6 7 31,,. Garage< hm' 101 142 0-9 16 4

liner dre.llltt.! !" She laughed but there wai I I mound' for the 'Tigers, with I|! Capt. Timotheus Pittman teamI f i goes en >et veen his oppon- Batteries: Ward and Ingraham?!I Batteries: E. Roberts and J.I

Bow eonld sold no ring now !In her laughter. She Stewart. Wigarner and L. Brown 'I i ed up with his rrral manager Rus-lents' and says: three guys on the C. Gates and -Griffin. ,! Cooper; L. Castro and Lewis i
fondly. "Anyway,.all's well that had reached out for a clgaret and twirling for the Indians. The i> sell1 Kerr and the combination.was i i; golf course m :st take him for a I.f i _. I I 1933.ELL'S

ends well Isn't It. Alison was busy with the match. scheduled second game was called': unbeatable. It seems that "Pious"William i| cedar bird. He says next week he I II LEAGUE STANDINGS 1! Standing of the league: I

But the aid did not answer. She "Like? Oh. I don't know quite ['off on account of rain. 1 J r Watkins and Charlie I I will give some of the! lessons and : Club-- W. 1- Pet

was staring at Mrs. Sumers who returned Alison. The Washington Senators:{f Ketchum could not match shot for 1 do all of the lading' ,: and give a Recreation _...._..___u.10 3 no 1 I 1
"Yoa didn't notice whether he '' I certain guy a rest. I I Cuban Club 9 4 .700
WM saying 'But It Isn't well! The whitewashed the Boston Red Sox.shot and the results! are too sorry AMERICAN LEAGUE 'hhh ''''
poor child might have got a cold! was fair or dark?" But behind the behind the five-hit pitching of',: to tell. William would not even I Ii I Club-- W. L ;rL 1 Service mmUu', 8 5 .63;; ,,

Those wretched tenants left the Joking words Mrs. Sumers' eyes Coppola. I j i spend. Thursday evening on his| Did you see these diic'cy: shorts ,New York ...._...._ 21 16 .628 t.Lighthouse ...._huh. 7 6 .5.0 CIGAR STORE

whole place In. the most frightful challenged: wary and aoxloua."Oh 13-0 Other games in both major'1'front porch for fear Tim would, thtt: Mr.\ Melvin: Rnssell and :Mr.[.Chicago .hn. ........ 22 17 .5641 Adminustratiea _u'm 't 7 .500 J I

mnddla. Why there wasn't even a "Talir! Oh. I sea Dark. I f were either rained out or. drive by and have something to i i William Curry Harris had on? j Detroit ....... mm 23 18 .561 Garage .. u ,"h'U 6 6 ..b00Bayview I I -o-

blanket In the house, and-" "Yes j / I| I not scheduled. ,_, ,,: say and William had enough ofi j i I Next week Mr. Edward Strunkr' Cleveland ....... -._ 23 18 .561 f Park _u_ u m 6 It ..&50

"Then-then-ti's your house "What suit her'I of age?" f The summaries: J Tim's saying on the golf course., !! Jr.. and Mr. Ho'iey Pokey Watkins *, Boston .._m............. 21 21 .500: American Legion ._ 3 11 285Today's I; Daily! Baseball Returns

The words came out slowly;as If NATIONAL LEAGUE I 1 i "Pious" says Tim talks more than I Ir 1till I srort a new outfit while the Washington ......._ J.9 23 .452 i
"I dvn't know. I should think I j( ..................... .. ,
they were being squeezed out ofAlson's around about thirty, wouldn't yon?" At Pittsburgh R. H. E. ,(r Sam Harris and Sam Goldsmith''(i following week Charlie Ketchum t'' Philadelphia _._.._. 16. 23 .4101 i 1 BYWire

lips. Alison appealed to her father. St. Louis ......_._ 1 4 0 !;'put together and several other expects to- blossom forth. When I St. Louis ..... 12 27 .308 Horoscope;!
"The Croft House? Oh yes" 'Not' more than thirty. agreed Pittsburgh ..._._ 251 golfers agree. William was thinking -J!; Willie Kemp and Berlin Sawyer j :=:::::- 1

said Daphne" Sumere brlihUy.11. ':, Robert Batteries: Haines J. Dean and J|I of other things than golf appear in the a.ikreTiated.., costume'you NATIONAL LEAGUE I eee..ee.e..e..eee..e. LOME IN AND GET THE

my boose. "What Is he7*Daphne Sumers Davis; Bush and Grace. ;which: accounts *or the loss Also,;' expect anvttiBob! Stow-J. Club- W. 1. Pct.! Thi person is emotional and I

". appealed now to her fiance. I i rays he will be glad whenthey get ers: says the on!- reason he doesn't New York _..._..._ 27 11 .711 : likes the good things of life There RESULTS OF THE

**WOCR I house. Alison repeated "An architect he said, dIdn't he?" Cincinnati at Chicago, postponed : through; pumping that water be- have a pair i is on account of he Pittsburgh ......._..._ 26 19 .578 iSt. i.U a fair opportunity for success I MAJOR BASEBALL

the two words as If she could Alison nodded."Marrieds rain ., cause it cost him three strokes out : ran't find out where they have .'Louis ._...._.... 2-1 18 .571 r and probably some inheritance.The I LEAGUES

hardly grasp the fact asked Daphne sharp of 89. them for sale but Mr Plummerj{ Chicago ....m..._..__ 21 11 .553 intellectual powers may not s i j
"YesT Why?" There was a tinge 17. New York at Philadelphia, poot-I' i rays that i if Boh ever is seen in I I Brooklyn ...._.. 21 20 .5121 Abe especially brilliant, and ia that -

cf sharpness now'Is Daphne'role. "N&" poned rain.Brooklyn. Berlin his shorts no one will be able to play r j Cincinnati .....-...... 16 23 .410 case much labor will be needed to I CIGARS CIGARETTES
"Oh. nothing. Only I hadn'tthought "You asked him that?" That witha Sawyer took very golf on account of waiting forj i Boston 11 28 .282 I accomplish good results. Take SOFT DRINKS
good friend out and then tried to
of It being yours,that's all.
seied.1 ,
said Alison faint sneering smile which Jarred. and Boston, not beat him but the friend in the Bob's knees to stop chattering; so' Philadelphia ---- 14 24 .368 care to cultivate energy of action ETC
quickly i
"Xo.Ha Just happened to tell me." uled.! they can concentrate on the shot! I and conserve your resources to the j
shape and size of Musical Bob
"I don't lire there of coorse"said Alison kept her voice cold and level to. make. Subscribe to TIle Citizen utmost. l
they are trying
Mrs Sumers. "I can't afford .* ..._ I. Stowers. says tire old boy ain't $ ;
"I see. Did yon tell him who yon ,
to-and its too full of AMERICAN LEAGUE dead yet and Mr Sawyer lost the I -
anyway mem- were!" There was more than. hint. --- -
orleeC Unpleasant memories." She of mockery In that Fret Game match. True the first round was

gate a faint sigh followed by a side "Well naturally.. At Detroit R. H. E. I even but the second was too bad I

glance of gratitude directed at Rob I "Rather romantic!" Cleveland .._.._ 9 12 11'!,1 I for !Mr.\ Sawyer.' But Li Plummer

ert. '"It's been furnished to let but "What do you mean?" The chal- Detroit ..............._..._.10 15 2 beat both anynow.; so he didn'tcare I -.

now I've sold it. But It rd only lenge slipped out before Alison could Batteries: Stewart. Winegarner : very much. Li was knocking$
realized that the telegraph office L. Brown and I7tlak Rowe Hogsett. '
stop It. ; I em clean over the green in one\ FIRMS
could make a silly mistake like that! "Nothing. said Daphne Innocently Sullivan and Hayworth. 'i shot yesterday, so he is getting

However your father tells me 70Uweren't "It Is rather romantic that's Cochrane. I'I younger; instead of older. Maybe j

quite alone""No. all Rescue of a young girl at night sleeping in the dog house did him I I
Fortunately. Every fibre In a lonely house breakfast In the Second Can some good. Louis Pierce joined

of Alison's being was awake now kitchen the whole thing. Isn't It?". Postponed or. account of rain..;!,up that crowd romeplace bnt then I Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemJOHNr
alert; her mind kept puzzling over 1 .
Breakfast in the kitchen?" gob Louis plays any hole any place, at y ,,
this new discovery. Did the telegraph I t At Washington R. H.
ert was frowning. r any time so yon never can account -
office really make mistakes? Boston _.......... ... 0 5
"Didn't Alison tell yon? Her eye E.I'I for him. I never have been
After all. they handle Incredible brows went np.her eyes to the girl's I Washington _n.........._ 3 6 i able to determine how he knows 4i i
numbers of telegrams! Instinctive
face. "Ob, my dear! I gather he Batteries: Walberg. when he has played 18 holes.
distrust mad her the more suspicious. AMERICAN COFFEE ROSES
stayed there all night They had Hookette and R. Ferrell; Coppola I PARK
An unlikely tale that two
telegrams could get mixed-and yet, breakfast In the morning-isn't that and Bolton. Eddie Strunk matched up with Now Offered in 3 Grades, I

what had Mrs. Sumers gained by right? I Curry Harris but the going was FLORAL PIECES A
"Quite right""Yon Philadelphia ct New York, post- tb 25c
that night vigil? too rough 328 SIMONTON .
"Bob tells me that a most attractive didn't tell me" Robert poned, wet grounds. {1 and Willie Kemp won the match. LARGO tt 18c; SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
looked troubled
young man came to your rescue now. I: However, Willie lost the shekels I ., v. & 5.. Ib ISc.
"I didn't think it worth mention Chicago at St. Louis, postponed I, '
Daphne gave a little arch the ale and other .considerations PLUMBINGDURO I
Ing. said Alison quite weather. I PLANTS and VINES
truthfully threatening
laugh. "You know. Alison. It yon : and so he will not be able to take Buy It At Your Local
"I'm only wondering how Mrs. Sum
weren't w young. Td almost suspect his family on a spree for another I Grocery StoreRoasted PER MONTH
; that you hadn't tried very hard era knew. GAMES TODAY week. As a matter of troth, Willie ;
with !" "Me Oh. I went down there yea-, : { ,in' West SOUTH FLORIDA '
to get In touch ns -- was in such low spirits on leaving .Key by
For a moment Alison could not terday to watch my stuff being:' l l AMERICAN5 the course that!: it is : PUMPS ,
reply; sheer Indignation choked her moved out and found breakfast still; 3 AGUE that he STAR( COFFEE-MILL- 'NURSERY
ly expected
'and to her vast annoyance her on the table!" Mrs. Burners laughed:: I jew Yori at Boston-Broacaas. I confictent-1 PLUMBING SUPPLIES

cheeks flushed until the. color -1 couldn't think what had ,liap- 'elch Or Ostermueller. :' rive for s and Sunday shot 512 GreeneStreetPhone $3.00 .

spread right down her neck. pened! By the way won't : 'H Philadelphia atll tJVashingJohDitf'ch ; went out a PHONE 348 256
Look! She's blushing!' You me Daphne?There's not all I or Mahaffef vs. Link*.** round on Wednesday' finished PHONE 597!
70ucaUi-j nine yesterday he in 421
know Bob, 1 believe it'. time you did ference between our St. Louis at Cleveland-Cam vs. j
know!" :but the "she-bears' got him on the
get someone to look after her! Hildebrand. |
I last round and he was lost on a HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
Fathers.don't know everything do If you would rather. Alison Detroit at Chicago--Crowdervs. -READ-
theyr agreed. Lyons! couple -of holes. The reason was I SELECT SEA FOODS INSURANCE

Robert Rede took his daughter's "I would. My dear don't look so : mainly because he did not wish to THE KEY WEST
laud. serious! I'm sure that your adventure NATIONAL LEAGUE beat Willie too a'sdl:-. Jewfuli 2 Itw. 35e

"I think, a're different from most was quite-harmleaa. Wasn't Cantwell I I Yellowtail Steak 2 U... 35* Office: 319 Dural Street
Boston at New York- Cookie
fathers and daughters aren't we?" ur Again she appealed Robert I Louis Cruinrhank and r
Yellowtail S. B*>e, :2 Ik*. 2S
Parmelee. the first SUNDAY STARSubscription
vs. Mesa were the first o-.t
be said kindly. "I don't exactly see what else I r
'Very different"Alison found her could do" said Alison hotly Brooklyn at Philadelphia-Leo- I around, the first through and the I Grouper 2 Ib*. -. 25c TELEPHONE NO. 1

voice with an effort. "When lira.Sumers "You' couldn't do anything nard vs. Bivin or Prim. first back to tW11.Why? I Swapper, 2 lb.. ________ 25c

knows us both better shell else," agreed Mrs. Semen quickly. Cincinnati at Pittsourgh; -Derringer can't tell yon unless it's because MattoB Fish, 2 Ib... _25. $2 Per Year
'flnd that out. "Only-" She looked at Robert "I T0_ Weaver. r !Mrs.\ Cookie and :Mrs. Louis says i!I E- Try Yo.r M.... AlDelmomco
My dear I was only Joking." In think your father's thinking that Ifhe Chicago! at St. Louis -Twa r that that mast be -so. Ir J FRESH SHRIMP Key W eat a Only I Sunday -&n

less than Instant.Mrs. games-Warneke vs. Walker or P. r PaperBuainen [ Restaurant
aa Instant an had been a very nice young man. -
Sumers dropped her arch manner tie would have managed to spend Collins; Carleton vs. P. Dean. The rombiiUttton: of Ayala and J] FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
Office Citizen B.d..r, Bee, _____ 15.
became serious, soothing. the night elsewhere! Isnt that it?' Taylor had o.tosition.. in Grooms II I --

{rTour father has told me so much But yon know. Bob, the younger. NO GAS MASKS AND I LOWE FISH COMPANY Building. Sia C*>r>. DiaMra, M-

about you that I feel do know you generation is more casual I II MONROE THEATERMay ...
almost as well as I know him. ours." t.\&D\ CELLARS FOR DANES I 1 PHONE 151 PHONE 51 BOc Tic. a" s.

It was like fencing thought Allison Robsoi inSTRANGERS
(C.JIriII1'.late* .Itn.M. W'AJAU. ALL
; thrust and parry. Every word (By 3aaaehled Pre.ap

:carrying Its hidden double purpose ....'. awpleleee, er Dapiiee. COPENHAGEN, June 7.-No, Nancy Carroll-Donald Cook in AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation is WrapPRITCHARD

-tb effort to Impress Robert c.- mount. teMerrew.r gas masks or gas-proof cellars, I JEALOUSY I 53. f1_... Str-t
-- are included in plans for the protection Matiae*; Balcony lOcj OreKe-! I i ped m every package.

of Denmark's civil popu-j tra, 15-20c; Night, lS-Sc .1 i FUNERAL HOME
.ae..e..eeee.* r torical Society formed i -. New
: ;* aid lation., drawn up by the gad inquiry -|, of
Today In History.ee.ee..e.a..eaa.aa..aS 1 York. commission after 18 months : \\1"" Tie
,; -- of research.As "ni'i///M I i! Watcb 1 a PRINTINGDONE DipUied, sy'p.tbetIfC.wrt.ay -

1918-U. S. troops advance an alternative. it recom- SPEND W
1776 Lee of I l 2 1-2 miles on 6-mile front north- i I
-Richard Henry t mends close collaboration among 4 : BY us
Virginia made the l historic pro- wert of Thierry. the country's fire brigades police! YOUR I

pwsal of independence, the expendency lifesaving and rescuing corps. and WATCHMAKER JEWELS. LICENSED EMBALMER

.f foreign alliances and 1920-U. Federal S. Supreme Prohibition Court the Red Cross, whose members.r f VACATION ; AND ENGRAVERSee

of coafedrration." sustained would be exempt. from. active sev--: ARTfiSSTpiRESSCitizen ... ._ Service -
Amendment and held Volstead vice in' war. I, = This YEAR IN T i Him For Tour Next Wort

U Reciprocity Treaty between Enforcement Act constitutional. i The report evoked surprise, as;: a j ALL PRICES REDUCEDH Bid*. LADY ATTENDANT
G..S. and Britain respecting 1929-Mussolini, the first :gas masks made in Danish army Ii ...... 9 t. 12-S (. I Citizen Office

l'C'ewt.oandtall"' fbKery, internatioaal Italian: Premier ever to enter factories have been on sale in PHONE 51
Saturday Nlgkt PIa. 548 N... SIeq
'r forgOU1HEALTH Op a .
trade. etc. ,
Vatican ratified treaty ushering drug stores for two years and gas j _

: in independent state of Vatican proof rooms in dwellings have

1802-African in.isb n. City been advocated. bluuJul\n\\\


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.......................................... .... Captain Fred Lanier, of Punta icn\>rtRV.: -
Gorda, arrived yesterday and is Jesse L. Alley and Florence ........................ j
Melody Hour At Colonial GRADUATE OPENS UP the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morris services for Mrs. Ma : IL Alley, his wife, Plaintiffs. ADAMS DAIRY MAKES AN.

Cochran. tilda Perez, who died Wednes-, vs. F.r* l...r .f !!.. .'I I I' NOUNCEMENT RELATIVE

Last Night Grand Success LABORATORY IN tVallor day at the home in Galveston; Lumber Tax Company Sale Certificates.Cureton a 1 SMALL HUNTING CASE GOLD | TO PRODUCTS
Collins, of Birmingham, i
, KEY WEST corporation organized andeatsttng
Lane were held yesterday after i I I WATCH. Reward, if -eturticdto
Ala., arrived yesterday:: and will under the laws of the -
'The fifth Key West Melody I agreed that his pronunication of i I spend a while with his uncle and noon from the Pritchard Funeral i State of, Florida. and Mary C.Heston Citizen Office. jun6-2tx i Through a ;recent: scientific development
a widow I
Hour last night was a truly overWhelming _the,,foreign languages was perfect.As I Ignacio D. Carbonell, who recently aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. r. Hyman. Home on Division street. Rev. G. : Defendants. FOR REN at one of the country's
auccess. The spacious the commodore expressed it graduated from the NorthWestern Perez of the Latin, Methodist ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt leading universities! Vitamin D

lobby of the Colonial Hotel was "For a momeat I imagined myself School l of taxidermy, announces + Norman Lowe, son of Mrs. church ofriciated. i iI complaint appearing In front the, the above sworn entitled bill 1 I BICYCLES-WE j i has been made available through

filled to capacity. back in the 'old country. Mr.White's :? in this issue'of The Citi-J Virgil Lowe arrived over'the high- I Mrs. Perez is survived by her i cause that plaintiffs, believe that RENT by the i' commonly used:; foods. In an advert -
zen the of his mother, Mrs\ Eosaria de Castro Mary K. Heston.! ,a widow one o/ Hour Day or Week. Repairall '
open ; in Adams
,After the Provisional Theme voice is rich and warm, ng way last night for a vacation ,the defendants in the above styled makes Mment issue.
Song by Margaret Zinaida von(I I modulating beautifully, and has at Dura] and Front street, oppo- during the summer and will return stepfather, Mannc! Avalo; one I cause. Is a resident of a State or"I Ku-EnameL and paint them with! Dairy announces that it is now
site,the Mrs. Oscar ) man i I country other than the State of, We carry a full
Elizabeth that indefinable: ; something that First,National Bank.'MrtCarboliell in the fall to resume his studies at daughter ; one incorporated in milk obtainable! at
Mrs. .
Mietk-Liuba Mary '' Florida namely,the State of New! supply of.parts. Agent for the
Grillion Sawyer organist of the makes the audience feel he is singing will specialize in Florida University in Gainesville. son. l\lan"el Perez and ,three Jersey and that the residence of, Rollfaat 'and i this dairy.
brothers Alejandro Manuel and the said defendant E. Heston., Dayton Bicycles. ,.
to each and mounting fish a number of whichhe Mary j I All .ix of the vitamins known
everyone person
First Methodist Episcopal Church, Ahd sell)) them low
as particularly as is known to said as as $5.00
opened the presentations with the has already prepared for anglers James Thompson, who was Anibal de Castro.BARGAIN plaintiffs is No. 329 South Clinton I down and $1.00 : to science are essential to one'
week. We
"Coronation March" from the ally.Key West it is stated is indeed and who have expressed appre-I spending several weeks with relatives Avenue City of Trenton. State of per i health and most of them are con-
1 I New Jersey, and that there is no Buy and Sell all makes of used
ciation of his work.
I tamed in
opera "Le Prophete" by Giacomo fortunate in having a voice I and friends, left yesterday DAYS i[I person In the State of Florida the, Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. I, o-ir --nmon*" foods. How
Meyerbeer. Mrs. Sawyer played like Mr. White's and it is not stating He recently: completed mount- afternoon for his home in E*pan. j, service of a subpoena! upon whom I II Stowers 515 Duval ever. Vitamin stands apart from
ing a barracuda which caught I would bind said defendant. Mary company I the t hers and ;:tile of it found
too much! if it is said that sucha was ola Fla. is
this march with spirit and expression !' K. Ilenton. Further that said pUin1 -: street. aprO-lf
exceeding even her finished I voice would be a credit to any some time ago by Chester IL Mc- AT HUB STORE I tiffs believe that the age of the i i in ordinary"oods.. It is essential
in metropolitani Call. special assistant to the sec said defendant. Mary E. Heston. is cjefinily!: to chil. rent since it helps
work in previous Melody Hours. I i I of era company a A. E. Spencer, assistant general over twenty-one years. FURNISHED APARTMENT electric -
retary of commerce, who in build bones and teeth. Those
This march was followed byj: i i ; freight agent for the F. E. C. Rail. > It Is therefore ordered that MaryE. ice box. Archie Thompson,
Mrs. Stewart Mr. Key West on an inspection trip Heston. a widow, one of the defendants who do r.ot get enough of thisI
"Orientale" from "The Kaleidoscope" -1 I I I Ruth was He and went, fishing as guest of Sup- way left yesterday afternoon for Last few days of the Grand Re- ,i, in the above. styled cause::1 1001 Eaton etreet. Phone 879J. I j vitamin :&i: Her from r-kets. de
by Cesar Cui, played by White's piano accompanist. Miami after a brief visit and at- moval Sale at The Hub's men's be and she is hereby required to appear !, mayZilmoxFURNISHED
erintendent W. teeth anJ
W. Demeritt.On eyed other
: could not have found a more capable to the bill of complaint In said! I :seriousail-
Miss Norma Yates the violin : tendance at the Rotary Club will be the biggest
on receipt of the fish in Wash department t cause on Monday the let day of j I ments.
: it I I
the Miss a more nderstanding one, luncheon. the sale July, A. D. MJi; otherwise the allejrations APARTMENT mod-
accompanied on piano by I bargain days of says j
ington Mr. :McCall! wrote Mr. Car- I Vitamin D milk contains troth
is said. In concert work much of f said bill will be
I I taken]
Alce Curry. Those who have heard Manager William Mendell. ern conveniences, 628 White or'
bonell a letter of congratulationon :: as confessed by said defendant.It vitamins A and D. As stated in to-
the depends :
real Oriental music could best appreciate -1 ringer's hands success the: keys, and upon Mrs his work and concluded with. Albert Wiggin, who was graduated Work on the new location for Is further ordered that this order Gaiti's Barber Shop. junUtf| day's advertisement it is highly;
-the on be published once a week for
I '
the exquisite interpretation "I hove specimens in floor Key West High School the men's department is progress- < recommended far serious
Stewart followed: admirably thesinger' seen many ; four consecutive weeks in The Key;: many
of this number. j hotels ,and other places and I do this year, left yesterday for Fos- ing rapidly and in a short time it :, West Citizen, a newspaper published FURNISHED BUNGALOW for body ailments.
in tempo
A delightful presentation was)! slightest changes not believe any of them display a I toria, Ohio, to spend the summer is expected that it will be. ready to i;: .in Monroe County, State ofIt'I three months.! Inquire desk I

"1.& Golondrina" (The Swallow) I, color and expression.that aLe well Hopes I better job of taxidermy than does I vacation with relative sand return house !fhe Hub's men's shop. j I Dated" this 31st day of May A. D. Colonial Hotel jun7.3tx

by Narciso Serradell, offered by : were expressed : as as I this piece of work of yours." in the fall to enter' Florida The management of this store ] U35.
Mills White will ber heard i
George (Circuit Court Seal
Margaret Zinaida von ; {determined that there shall be ROOMS
The next number was I; again on a future program of the I no merchandise left to be moved.'I'i:Clef''''Clr uit Court ROt, Twentieth C. SAWTKH i Jodt-', I :
ade" from the Ballet i, Melody Hour and Mrs. Stewart SENATOR GOMEZ Everything that is left must be sold rial Circuit of Florida, In and for THE MUNRORooms $2.00 ACar
I work Mrs Ruter wife of Fred Ruter, Monroe County.
1 should be presented in solo ,
$2.50 and week,
within the few days. I per
d'Arlequin" by R. : electrician with the F. E. C. Railway WILLIAM V. AI.BCRT. ,
|, it was said last night! Further reductions have been Solicitor airs i'- ; .Double and Single. 128 N. E.
ald Saunders, Choir Director ofthe left .
above-mentioned church play- '', Misses Yates and Curry 'thin I| RETURNS HOME:I yesterday at Key afternoon West terminals for ,West made on all remaining stock which I 21 | 4th street, Miami, Fla. Like New

ing the violin and Mrs. Sawyer at rendered "Adagio: Pathetique" by I Palm Beach for visit of several includes a fine lot "of men's suits I' may24-lmox!
Benjamin Godard. It was a well- : 1 a in popular sizes, men's ; 1\ TIIK (-orrr Ji oc.tr* TOIRT
the The of many j I
piano. rhythm
gentle 1 After two months of strenuous days with relatives. I 1% A\D FOR "MONROK ('Ol:\TV.KIOKII I
this melody was played with ap- rounded and interesting presentation. ''activities I shoes in black! tans, sports and I >"\. PROBATE.. FOUND -
pealing lightness, like the dance of Heard on a previous Melody in the Florida legisla-, combinations, shirts and scores of In re Estate of i The days when a new
j | ture, State Senator Arthur Gomez: Mr. and Mrs. Morris Holtsberg I I FANNIE ORO3SMAX.
a capricious prima ballerina. I Hour program as a piano solo, the other items. Deceased. HORN RIMMED SPECTACLES.I paint job was a major investment -
Commodore von Mietk-Liuba,' "Song to the Evening Star" from returned over the highway yesterday left yesterday afternoon for I NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Owner may have same by pay- are

H. D. W. the director of the? the opera "Tannhaeuser" by Rich- afternoon. Gainesville to be present at the ...........o..iToday's all creditors and all persons having ing for this ad or return of I gone.
ard Wagner was playing again, Senator Gomez was accompanied graduation of their son. Herman [ claims or demands ag.instlei mine taken by mistake. Jefferson -
Chamber then rendered'h : New
Musicians ; Birthdays i New Paints Methods
selection from Charles Gounod's)I this time on the violin by Gerald by Mrs. Gomez who left several: from Florida University next) Yon, and each of yon, are hereby B. Browne. junl-tf

Saunders and :with Mrs. Sawyerat weeks ago for Tallahassee and aft I week. ...............:..ee..i notified and required to present. New Equipment
opera "Faust" in his usual any claims and demands which
masterI'hi you
fashion, making it the piano. It was a splendid er a short visit went to Tampa to I It Dr. Herbert'Feis. chief econom-I'!or either of you. may have against I PIANO TUNING "
fpend a while with a brother and who the Estate of Fannie Orossman. deceased makes the most expert job
also selection Miss Patricia IJagstrom,
times like the pedal tones of. a : interpretation KS was a ic adviser to the Department of late of Monroe County, Florida 'PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo-I
from the "II Trovatore"by i there was joined by the senator i was guest: of Mr. and Mrs IViIlism inexpensive
a the
J pipe organ- opera w State, Washington born in New to Honorable Hugh Gunn. reno. Excellent piano for sale i
The- \ at the adjournment of the legis County Judge of Monroe Countr. I
Verdi. beautiful melodiesof White at the home, 1013 !
The next composition was "Ku- lature. York, 42 years ago. j j Florida at his office in the County cheap. 1018 Division street.
jawiak" by Henri Wieniawski, "II Trovatoie were especially I South street left yesterday afternoon i Courthouse in Monroe County Florida i m23-lmo DROP IN TODAY FOR

played by .the Misses Yates and aj pealing. for her home in Daytona, Carl B. Roden. librarian of the'} from, within the date eight of the calendar first publication months i 1 AN ESTIMATE

Curry.: Miss Yates handled her i The final number on the pro- S. S. CUBA BRINGS Fla. Chicago Public Library born at'' hereof. Said claims or demands FOR..SALE

violin with brilliant technique and gram was a selection from the II Kansas City, 1\10., 64 years ago. J shall be in writing and contain the
place of reiiidrnce and office Colonial Service Station
Miss Curry assisted equally well in 01 era "Torca" by Giacomo Puc- Mrs. Ethea Strieker left yes I address of the claimant post and shall PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed ;}

reproducing the spirit of the creation. cini, played ty the commodore in 112 PASSENGERS terday afternocn: 'or Miami where Andrew O'Connor, noted sculp-;( be sworn or to by the claimant hisagent cards, $1.25. The Artman Clarence Crusoe, Prop.'Jra..llle' .

conformity with the highest pos- she will take a summer course at tor. born at Worcester Mass.\ 61 : AH such attorney.claims and demands not Press sng7 I
sible standards and Miami University. She was ac- 4! filed within the time and
The commodore then gave: a little 'I'| of expression years ago. In them.nn..r t -
spontaneous address stating technique. The last strains melt- Steamship C"la, of the P. and I companied by her children GeorgeJ. t void. prescribed! herein shall be OLD PAPERS FUR SALE-Two

that for the first time the human |: ed into the final l 1-ars of the theme O. S. S. company arrived yesterday and Ruth, :atd her mother, Mrs Albert S. Bl'rleson of Austin,:: Dated the 7th day of June A. D. bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of- .

voice was to be introduced into a song' closing what may undoubtedlybe from Havanawith second crass 92 first I Louise Kemp. Tex., Postmaster-General under 1135.HIMTKR. A1 PERT PARK NEE fice. oct!G Le.dt.g I1.ld"THE
class and eizht pas- > ,
program of the Key West Melody termed the very best Melody Wilson, born at San Marcos TexIas UfUKiSUAX.As SEMINOLE
Hour. He welcomed to the musical : Hour given up to the present, sengers for Key West; 10 first i Mrs. Sidney Thompson left over 72 years aco. I Administratrix of the Estate of -
and two second class for Tampa. I Fannie Grossman, deceased I
after t
the East Coast yesterday
circles of the Island City ,George i from the standroint of performance Palma in from WILLIAM V. Al URT. '
Mills White director of the music as well as of attendance. Ferry came noon for Miami where she will be Col Henry S. Todd of Long I Attorney for Admlnllltratrlx.Juni.UZ1! Budweiser Beer
Cuba with 13 of pineapples
section of the Key West Adminis- Commodore von Mietk-Liuba is cars of the guest of her brother-in-Ia bland N. Y., portrait painter 29 ..
tration. The commodore i receiving congratulations on his 4406 crates and three cars and sister Mr. and Mrs. Henry born in St. Louis 64 years ago. On 4s. t,
expressed fruit in bulk. One car of In'gar i and other relatives. Subscribe to The Citizen. Draught
,I I the Thompson i
his wish on behalf of the Chamber achievement in making Key and four miscellaneous! cars. I
Musicians that Mr. White may I West Melody Hocr an integral Dr. Hermann Hille of Chicago, I
be very successful in arranging musical and cultural part of our Sirs\ M.\ L. Hellings who was noted chemist, born in Germany,

choral groups here and he hoped I!I community life, and unreserved Enjoyable Card trending several weeks in Key 64 years ago. j i I 5c Irt?" e

that Mr. White would find full un-I praise is being given to each and Party Last NightA West with relatives, left yesterday 'I LEE BAKER'S

derstanding and support everywhere every one who has been on: a program I afternoon accompanied by her Sir Landon Ronald, famed English ....._..III.. Pl.rida
: Hour. granddaughter, Miss Mary Elea- l musician-composer, born 62 MEAT MARKET .. ..
in Key West. I;. of the They card party given last night All Leading Bottled Beers ('loss. n. ( RI"R. III. .
', 8norS having I nor Boyd, for the home in Los years ago. I f I home-Ilk" Institution
George MiU ..Wh te isang three j all share;.in thg( ,- Service A human
( + by the Young People's Calif. I here will find F..r ...........
Angeles you
numbers "Zueignung": (Dedication -,: given "Key West an institution for League of St. Paul's Church in the I Charles Barkla of the I HEAVY WESTERN STEER e.wf.rl ... ....r...._... a matter -
Dr. G.
) by Richard Strauss "A Song which there was an urgent need, of great Importance.
; Parish Hall was enjoyed by every- Dan Lewis, hose marriage to Univ. of Edinburgh Nobel physics''' MEAT r. Barbecue Sandwiches I
of India" from the legend "Sadko"by 1' it is shown.It 'I --
Nikolas Rimsky-Korsakoff and was the enthusiastic opinion I one attending. Miss Annie Lois Hicks will be I prizewinner, born 58 years ago. j! Spring Lamb Milk Fed Veal j A steel fI.... ....' blldleg i.e.ledI.
During the evening delicious, solemnized' tomorrow morning, arrived I the a.nrl .. tae elly
from Giuseppe Verdi's that the fifth Melody Hour was Pork Fresh Liver I .
"Rigoletto "Questa o one of the outstanding events inl!I refreshments were served and I yesterday, accompanied by The ducking stool was the common Ribs 5c -0Every -
Spare Room Combination
awarded.Table with Tub
prizes i
:lie sang in German;; opera'j! the musical and social life of Key I his brother, Reynold from Tal penalty for slander during and Shnwor Math. IU4I. KI,.-<'trm
Italian and it was | West. J I prizes were awarded to' lahassee. jh i aj! colonial times in Virginia. Sugared Cared Hams .'ding Pan Slat' ftunr r"r Hummer
i Ji the, following: Mrs J. E. Shrouds, Ventilation Comfortable Bed withMattrrneB
---_ i II Mrs W. L. Bates. Mrs Rafael So- checks HENS AND FRYERSWE o' Inner Spring C'.n-
Rev. and Mrs C. A. Cox of Mi- PLAZASANDWICH traction. and Individual Rea.
Pocahontas lano, Mrs. Emil Holm Tom War: ami will arrive in Key West this : ARE OPEN SUNDAY ing Lam pa.
Club I Mardi Gras Dance
ren and Aaron McConnelL i i evening over the highway. Rev. 6 666 6 6 MORNINGS SHOP RATE*

Names Officers t On Friday Night Cox will conduct services Sundayat in 3 days |/ I 7* R
NONDANCEREJECTED the First Baptist Church. COLDS I Phone 695 Free Delivery I 503 Duval Street _>. relate Bath XMK
M I rl Bath
le a.ee
At a regular meeting of the I A "Mardi Gras" dance is. being FROM .HIS POSITION I;q.i4 relicts '; 822 Fleming Street Curb Service Zt R__.. Private Itatb SJ4

Past_ Pocahontas Club held Tues-: planned by the recreation(de-! Mrs. Fernan'lj Voght'who'ttias S.lTt.N... On.. lint day. i i .. *'*mplr IUMMM.. Prltale Bath ....a
: "d'b!1.'H visiting her sister, Mrs Leo Lopez, TONIC... LAXATIVE I SI.lt.HT' IMHKAIK' FOil UOIBLO
day night, the following officers partment of the Key West Administration (Rr A. Press) I I left yesterday afternoon for UiI OCCLrACYr :
C ,K ; Denmtt 7.f.db&a -- ..----- -- -
: June -
were elected % for the ensuing; for next Friday; 'I ami, accompanied iy Mrs. Lopez, -- ..- -

year: i i night, it was announced this! citizen in Faxei!is 2o have:j I son, Jade and daughter; Mrs Fred illll.l'I.I'I""I'I'.lI.I. 1
civic pride and to take a proper! while
Mary Cruz president; Miriam morning. The affair is to take interest in Matthews who will spend a I
9 thingsBecause with Albert Rtfjerts 'brother of
Carey vice president; Annie! place at the Key West 'Country he failed to' 'attend I ; .

Baker, secretary; Alice Curry, Club | three annual dances arranged by I Mrs. Lopez. Why We Recommend

treasurer. I Souvenirs, including carnival I the citizens union, for example,i I Professor Dumont Huddleston.I .

,Other members in attendanceat and comic masks, a variety of.I I' C. F. Weiranch was denied a I i teacher of science in Key West

the meeting were: Tessie I noisemakers, and the like, are to]i position as managing' director of High School, and Mrs .

Crews, Ruby Saunders. Bernice! be distributed at the dance. At!the i local bank. I ton, teacher in the Vitamin D Milk
Park: Mamie Russell. Antoinette I I Back in 1930 Weirauch was Grammar School left HUddle8-1
I i the height of the evening I ICE
I appointed in the bank. I II
Roberts. Lillie Hart Lenora Roberta I' less balloons will be nUmber-I' : afternoon for Miami i USE
and Lillian Kemp. I'j Bob's orchestra is to with a promise of promotion if i I there will go to summer school atj I 1 1c

Plans were made for a cootie I music, and several floor show I he "mixed up sufficiently with| some institution not yet decided'

party to be held at the home of acts are scheduled. I j i the population." Whereupon I upon. Vitamin D Milk i which contains vitamins A ti I ITS PURER!

Sirs.\ Antoinette Roberts Tuesday I Weirauch married one of the I I ..: and D and readily available calcium and phosphorus LASTS LONGER! I tt

night. June 11, beginning at 8 auxiliary have proven so success-]i i' lady trustees of the bank and I| A raccoon caught by Joe Hey- is particularly efficacious for infants and I itI '
o'clock. assumed everything was in order.]i" ward. of Bluffton, S. C., and imprisoned t I d
attended those growing children and mothers
ful that those who ; pregnant lactating 1
I failed to attend temporarily in an empty '
for others. { for the following
I are asking reasons: % .
three dances-and another garbage gnawed a hole I
members man can :\ I
This afternoon the 1
Legion Unit PlansEntertainments are meeting at the home of Mrs has now been given the job of\through the heavy metal and prevent rickets and spasmophilia in in- b' 1{,! Made of all metal-equipped

I! J. G. Piodela, Fleming street, and;> bank director. 1 escaped. I fanb. ''T with WATER COOLERS J 1

Members ofthe. American Le-I' are giving discussing an entertainment the proposition next of';,: I I To increase the resistance of these infants to ..:t EI' They're Economical Ia t

bronchitis pneumonia and other di.tur'banw'of ,
gion Auxiliary are planning a week which will surpass in fun' -
the tract. 100 Per Cent Refrigeration 1i
series respiratory
of entertainments duringthe and variety of entertainment the :1

season. Other entertainments Birthday Party which 'was given'i To aid in the prevention of dental caries in i Satisfaction
which have been IT WON'T BE LONG NOW! I' if'
given by the some weeks ago., J i children and adults. : S'Oi i I I : Priced at

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I To insure prooer development of, bones and t b

teeth throughout the entire growth period. I fit $30 $35


P & 0 Grand Removal Sale To protect the teeth during pregnancy and t ?
UNITED STATES FAST i lactation and to help insure their maintenance andrepair. I J f EASY TERMS-10 DAYS


fORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES I i S To promote rapid; healing of fractures. I I ICE CO.
Effective March 18th. 1935

Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, THEHUB'S I -DISTRIBUTED I / INC.--

12:20 P. M.Leave .
Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, ]' I I )AIRY I Phone No. 8 I II

f Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays- and Mondays I MEN DEPARTMENT : ADAMS SS '

6:30 P. M.

Ticket. Reservation aid Uforatatioa at Ticket Office .. t*. 1;! I Will Soon Be Over! Do Your Baying Now PHONE 454 I I !

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