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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 11, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME LVI. No. 139. KEY WEST FLORIDA TUESDAY JUNE 11 f
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Mayor Malone Gives Address JUNIOR PATROL HNGCAROLS."LADY.FJUEND "

Italian-Ethiopian War Menace Causes

I t: At New York Conference Of WILL\ MEET AT LUPESCU, REPORTED( : DOING FADEOUT


.BAYVIEW PARK (a,." Asa.eiat.d .......JI New Line-Up Among European Nations

Representatives Of Seaports I VIENNA, June 11.-Magda ereign also provided his devoted _
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Lupescu ,King Carol's- ginger friend with a superb grand piano! -- -- ..
SEVERAL ADDRESSES WILL in..order to relieve the tedium --
of
haired confidante and frequent
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tr.r........................, BE GIVEN WHEN UNITS AS. companion has "disappeared." Mfda' isolated life in her self Administration Unit Still Threat In Existing Political -
I
Key West's Chief Execu- Confidential information reaching I imposed isolation in the capital
I Gives Address In Gotham SEMBLE THIS AFTERNOONFOR diplomatic circles in Vienna I Home Sumptuous Situation

tive Stresses ........................ that "Bibi. the Thosewho recently visited Has
Need Of INSTRUCTIONS reports as romantic
i .I I king calls his Jewish : Madam Lupescu at her home in Seeking Best Methods For I Brought Germanltalin
,
Trade Alliance Between r friend is no longer seen! shopping Bucharest describe the house as fit
I along the fashionable boulevards,for the Queen of Sheba. The walls
I I Two sections of the Key West are covered with priceless Goeblin Amnity To ForeLYANDRUE
Americas of gay Bucharest. accompanied byl
,. Junior Patrol are meeting this one pf the King's aide-de-camps tapestries and masterpieces of Revival Of Foreign Trade II
'- s (I afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in Bay- in civilian clothes. And King painting, while the floors are laid I

view Park. J. Lancelot Lester Carol who previously made reg. with superb! Oriental rugs of the BERDINC
.. t ..
(By ....
.twMM-latrrf
I'm) "museum-piece" order, and the -- - fly "' -- Press
ular visits to this most talked-of -
NEW YORK, June 11.- city attorney and legal adviser to woman in the Balkans is nolonl'er mantlepieces tnd tables bristle liVELY ROME, June 11_The menace

Mayor\ William' H. Malone !!I '.3 t the Key West Administration, is,I seen making his waTt I I I with bonze and marble! works of, Supreme Court's Ruling SCENES of war between Italy and Ethiopia
.4 to be the principal speaker. clandestinely to her palatial home art. Princess Helen the rightful

of Key West, was one of theprincipal j The groups meeting this after- in the fashionable Chausee section Queer. of Rumania and KingCarol's Against Code Matters I ARE ENACTED AT has profoundly influenced the
noon are Sections Three and of the capital. tucked away divorced wife never had
t'
.' I speakers yesterday !' Seven, led by Edith Russell and in the back seat of a ramshackle i !UCE-afl elaborate palace duringall Helpful To Roosevelt In1 J political situation in Europe.

at a conference of mayors of : 1 Nell Rose Lopez, respectively. automobile effectively disgutsedj the years she was in Bucharest. <: .CAMPSONKEYS If Italy I 1aM.d will tKo
< The last is in vilian !it' In order that "Bibi" may not be Some Instances
composed of students nondescript- vith1/
seaport cities on international !! in the narochial nrhools. 1 his hat pulled down'over his eyes too lonely 'hen Carol is away, the I I II :I struggle, .. there is everyindna..

4 ( Besides; Mr.-- L-te-; speakers]I to defeat detection. l j King has assigned to his Jewish ; i GREAT HILARITY AND VA. lion that she wilt the
trade, sponsored '> inamorata I By HERBERT PLUMMER present
by [ and
as a protector companion -
will include J. Curtis director I II Some Rumor Denied J
Gerry ._ ,.
tHy t
I I! of his aides. i Mayor\ Fiorella La Guardia.! J of operations in the Key I Ie Some say Madam Lupescu.Vle-j' 1 one Still Powerful I WASHINGTON Jane II.-The RIOUS ACTIVITIES ARE RE. European lineup m.y change r .
West Administration and ArthurH. scribed the most!
The theme of his addresswas I : by many as : In spite of the fact that all the White House probably hasn't Lad f 'PORTED BY MEMBERS OF siderably.'
Sheppard supervisor of parks.!? powerful feminine figure in the'
most powerful leaders in
political
increased cultivation of; During the meeting the Key!I Near East since the days of CleoI -:, Rumania are arrayed against I much opportunity to five it I ACCREGATION ON PAYDAY Some of the effects of the
HON. WILLIAM H. MALONE I West Hospitality Band will play,', patria has sold her magnificent;! Mrdam I
I I Lupescu. King CaroJPsfliend {
Central and South American' and at the conclusion of the ad-, home in the Rumanian capital. It',, thought but it is a fact the tr.di- probable conflict already felt
Mayor Of Key West contin.es to exercise= the
I dresses, after .members of that I: !is said she in ;, I
decided agreement
j Members
of the
veterans' are
markets and less concentration i most potent power in the affairsof tional "Roosevelt luck" didn't camps ;
I 1
entirely -
( two sections have had outlined with the !
to : King to keep entirely ..
I the co-miry. She is said still to I i I on the keys enjoyed a wonderful
on trade with the coun' CITE VANDALISM I them their specific duties, refreshments out of the public spotlight and to be Chief of the Court Camarilla desert the President when:t i payday; lost week and hilarity and 1-Irritation of En;. :and
will be served. live permanently in Sinaia, 75 j which controls all and France toward Italy for
tries of Europe. AT LOCAL STORE i Colored boys in the section miles north of Bucharest, the sumfer -!: awards great contracts public undertakings directs -- the supreme court nullified NRA!'i activity marked the period of festivities .- preparing to embark on a
; comprised of students in the!! 'home of the Rumanians royal j according to tales brought
Urging the necessity of appointments and promotion code. in its momentous decision. I" serious African adventure_
a1, colored schools will start im-. family. She wishes in this way.}, in the timy; and government to Key West by dwellers in that
closer trade alliance be-! i mediately on cleaning and developing it is said to save the King the, and generally exercises the function The tribunal' death blow to the, vicinity.It Weakening of the united
O. S. LONG COMPLAINS ABOUT Nelson English Park the embarrassment she has caused l i i front built up at Strellll2Nffeuity
tween the Americas he said I; of a super-cabinet. Blue wa noticable that arrivals in
I Eagle also removed from the
recreation department, in chargeof him in the past by living in the, !More significant than anything I of England
CHILDREN DEFACING EX. i j Key Vest were few during the
that not only would the industrial -'1 I the activities of the patrol announced -' capital. i ebe. Madam( Lupescu has the much shoulders of Mr... Roosevelt. the',' week and not many voluntarily I and France maintaining their
this morning. I Others deny that Madam I I
TERIOR LU-I
OF BUILDING feared UmarUn fascist organization : went to Homestead and other armaments at an increased
benefits be greater has sold her house explaining I necessity of eventually perform-j,
] peace the "I-on Guard.beilind
points to the north
I of Islamorads
but in time of peace or war I GIRL CHILDREN !' that her non-appearance In4,: her. although tb&t is an !1nti-Jew-1';|t lag a task most disagreeable to;i 1 1i 1 although on 18 different occasionsit efficiency due to Italy's divIsion -
i O. S. Long expresses himself as public is due to her desire to avoid ih body. This frotection is dee,'j 1 was found necessary to send for of her forces.

this alliance would make being disgusted with the actions ; notoriety and to spare her royal j according to reports in Bucharest!!i him....:spanking one or the other off I I ambulances to take one or more 3-A further discreditingof

this country impregnable. ![of children who appear to take ARE PREFERRED;, lover undue publicity. They say, to Madame Lupesc-i having befriended -1 1 two I'II I, of the revelers to Homestead for the League: of Nation-
aggressively loyal members'
that Carol recently installed in: and gis en asylum to the j I I
t ] .
'I''I'Malrda's medical nttentiovsThe
great delight in marring and dis-j '1 I 1: over its inability to solve the
"A large commerce with them.", figuring the outside of his build-i- I home in Bucharest one, Chief of the iron Guard. Colonel of his official family who enter*! relator told The Citizen dispute.*
of three magnificent Zelea Codrc when the latter I'
he amid of, the Central and South,'ing at William and Fleming MOTHER OF SEVENTEEN SAYS radio-phono-: n1 some of the scenes remided him of 4-Perhaps the most important -
,graphs which the King purchased! was wanted by the police after the tamed widely I divergent views on!!! tories of Donnybrook fairs
except
street. -Italy is looking to
America "'2Iik i 'rtll- _not i| from supirjradio of the late
;- H .BOYS ARE HARDER a manufacturer- as5assinatioa! at Sinaia .
that instead- ""
This 1 JrninV"< he called atten.; ; I':an important administration problem. ttfkie thilla- ward- -Germany '.Hh the
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only be profitable to both sides minister
I I sets in Indiana at a cost oTi Ion Duca, who was prime lahs. there
the
: tion of The Citizen to pencil TO RAISE being none handy, friendliest feeling sbl\has f-It
but it will strengthen the tradi- SI.400 each. The Rumanian IIOV- of Kcmania.
I scrapper. used bottles bricks or
marks crayon streaks and names, I for many a long month.
Lionel friendship between these written on the building walls and, The'two 1 anything else which could be ,- The last point i is significant andI
peoples and ourselves and" will shutters and indicated places ((5p.eiI. t. The <4< ltls*.. I' I in question are Secretary -: grasped or thrown. I is, botne out by many indications.
tend to restore their confidencein where other blemishes had been MILWAUKEE. June 11. Take ROTARIANS I FINES IMPOSEDON I Hull of the state department I Camp physicians and surgeons I One is that the entire Italian

covered with fresh paint. it from Mrs. Joseph Zavernik.- I and George N. Peek, special adviser were kept continually busy and i press has received a government
us, which we.have partially lost "I am satisfied that much of girls are much easier to raise than TO CONVENTION I DEFENDANTS to the President on foreign I 1 even late into the night: calls vrey. t order that may be summed up in
by the free use of our marine"corps. : being made for medical attention *
this is done byschool children," bdys. I trade-and president of the Export'Import {.the words "Lay off Germany!
I I One call'made very late was.for a
said" Mr. Long "and have ,taken' And Mrs. Zavernik ought to Bank. Another fret* &rd* -
"Cul, Central and South Anier-j f I'tcP1 to J have,them warned, to cis-! i I know for; at 3'J she has become I I, r,1: 'I furgeori it1sttte sew. up a wound inflicted Anfath ri4li&t 'the1 sa rat pi'* I
I1 } Their the One who
concerned ,
INTERNATIONAL MEETING -dispute l by
TO MEN ARRESTED FOR HAVING : surgeon
continue this kind vandal.1 :
of the mother of
icu need the! commodities we .ro- | of her. sev'entcenth1 I had been which ft>r week was- taking
kept throughoutthe
duce and we nerd the products of :, ism." I I I child a boy. BE HELD' IN MEXICO CITY GAMBLING PARAPHERNALIAIN best methods for reviving AnLs'icas ,,. *., day ...remarked busy,to the other German'shipments of arms t*
those countlies. We have "Why they have even taken to:*: She wanted another girl she foreign trade. that it would be advisable' he Ethiopia' hfs: received another
very i t-mcaring the walls with eggs and i j i says a bit wearily, for girls are JUNE 17 TO JUNE 21 THEIR POSSESSION Position Abolished thought1, to get a stitching ma govermncntai'ohier to ignore thi..
little or none of their staple producL I though I have tried to have this j:.
easier to raise but now that it'sa The secretary of state's contention chine. I'i point for the present.
I I stopped nothing I have tried boy and an eight pound. seven The Citizen's informant also said I A third is the friendly reaction
!I
is that barriers of
"We can *,uy from them in great seems to bring.results." i iI t, and one-half ounce one at that Key West Rotary will be represented Defendants in municipal court quotas; that veterans had left the ; Hitler's recent speech on foreign
many
uantity| without competition with |! Mr. Long takes a great deal of she expresses herself; as satisfied.All by three delegates at the i 4 I jesterday afternoon who were arraigned -I tariffs and other obstacles to the!j). camp whenever opportunity of-I! affairs received in Italy.
j pride in the building and would but two of the Zavernik free flow of international trade! I How aincere is this change to-
International Convention RoUry ferrd and others were preparing(
our people and sell to them \\ith- I : I on chirgei: of baring j
like to keep it *s pick and rpan on I children are living and all but 1 must be swept away before the I'j' to leave when funds were aTail- I ward Germany is another thing.
out with their j j"Thi to be held in Mexico i gainb'ing paraphernalia: in their
competing people 'I
: the
outside as it is on the inside three arrived at home. Papa CitT'j I'depression can be conquered. To atle. Most of them said they were,;'1 Best-informed circles regard it; a..
great market is gradually he said. lIe gaveinstructions to Zavernik is a wood worker in a Mexico June 17 to 21. I places of buuntts: were each fined this end with the approval of the|I going to Washington. "Ja,i gesture on Mussolini's part for
going to other countries present have the smears and marks covered -,, Milwaukee body plant. Dr. William R. Warren leftover sib by Juge! Allan B. Cle.ire: Jr. I I the purpose of:

opportunity i* overlooked and the over with fresh paint: and "God is good to those mothers the East Coast yesterday and I As each Ufendant was called he President, reciprocal trade agree., II I Showing England and

greatest potential market of the hopes it_will, reroaU, !1.-o3 i/..1.! i t i like mfc." says Mrs., Zavernik. will make the trip by raiL Sebastian pleaded guilty to having the apparatus ments are being negotiated and:: FINDER REPORTSI I I France that it is to their advantage -
1 Then He gives us children I made by the state department revolving i I to support and not
many
future i is lost to "
being I
us forever Cabrera and William L. Baits$ for Rames of chance in the
i lie gives us strength and patience,'I around the most-favored: ;CON VENTION 1 hinder Italy's policy toward
have
\\'e fastened our eyes on ;: OLIVEROS WILL
Europe: and devoted our energies i jto take care of them:. ,I I' left over the highway Sunday pLcc but denie-J that it was being nation clause. i j I t| Ethiopia.
ii j, However in the Zavernik moraine for Port Everglades i used.: There was no evidence i Inducing Germany to
to the establishing of trade with borne1 Peek on the other hand is a.
:
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j i
them) and neglected the western BE ARRAIGNED\ ;t the children do a certain amount here they will embark for Vera I Ij L brought out' in testimony, of the Staunch advocate of special! and I "Hi'LEdo) : ; j. come to the -i forthcoming

hem ;;pherct; Qrr staple product ,IF I.of "taking care" thems.elves..1!j Cruz and on their arrival there en-|i.arresting-: 'S to contradict exclusive bilateral trade agree'I}1 COMMANDER RETURNS Dannbian conference called

are to, a ,large extent the btaplc I'i f 1---1 CHARGED F From the oldest daughter right train for their destination. ';ihe pleas. jnents with other nations. His i i TO KEY WESTYESTERDAY to sign a non-interference
products of Europe. WITH VIOLATION, down to the babies each has his Mrs. Cabrera and Mrs. Biles authority as special adviser to the I' I pact for 'Uatria.
'
j Those fined vere: Armando Ma- I l I
Europe is not interested' in ]i I i OF UNITED STATES or special household task. accompanied them to the port of President on foreign trade was set I It is generally admitted that
I'I'i
buying from u*. Its interest con- : "When something comes up F embarkation and are expected to chin, Broathvij Cafe; Raul Garcia up under the recovery act which| II I Mussolini's fundamental attitude
sits in selling: to us at a profit- POSTAL LAWS settle it right when it happens."I j' return over the highway this aft Duval Clio! ; Will Hopkins, has been declared uneonstitu- I i toward Germany cannot change :. .

\\ selling to ue tp products of their !! says the mother. "I don't spank j I ernoon. place at the corner of Whitehead tionaL |I John Pinder, post commander:; long as the Austrian situation r"-

own cheap lator and manufac.I The trial of Gorden G. Oliverosi much. but when I say something and Angela tVrecU. Under the interpretation whic-hf! of Arthur Sawyer Post 28, Amer. i j mains unsettled.
tu re". i scheduled' for the November!i they know I mean it." ) President Roosevelt himself placedon ican Legion returned over the I I| The effect an Italian war in;
I Ii
end
Angela fcirtet Leonard I
... PENSIONS CAUSE ; Gucr-I 1
I Erst Coast from Ethiopia might have on the tap.
yesterday Daytona I -
the the of the court Peek's
Among Latin-American products -!}i term 01 united Mates: court in''i' ra, Blue Heat'en. ruling }
li'ted Ly Mayor Malone Key Weet. He is charged with' FLUTIST AT LINCOLN I II position as special adviser on foreign Beach where he went to at- Anstro-German! lineup may turn
which could be imported into the violation of the United States i 1 RAILWAY\ LOSSESAUSTRIA 1" trade will be abolished with' tend as delegate to the Depart- :' out to be the most important con-
United States without seriouslyconflicting postal laws. I CORTEGE STILL ALIVE MAKE PLANS FOR |!2: expiration of NRA on June 16. iTKirt Convention of the organiza. sequence of the conflict.
I tion. I I On the hand the division
with this country's producers Mr. Oliveros was rostmaster at I I I Other TroubleCuriously one
Ramrod fRT A.-.rlatr4 Prr..> II Commander Pinder said that of the Italian forces might encourage -
rubber, ,
were haH woods i Key. lIe was arrested I I enough one of the I!
spices coffee hemp. sugar, mo- : last Saturday, June 8. by Deputy I I DENVER. June 11.-H. F.i FINDS STEADY DE. ROLLER SKATINGj I mildest most courteous and I there mere, approximately 5,000 Germany and the nar.1 '-'
laMes and rum. For export he i' U. S. Marshal K. G. Bush on a : Martin, who played a flute in the! FICIT AFTER PAYING I greatest lovers of peace in the' members in attendance and the in Austria to push forward to-
named lard. flour, corn potatoes. capias issued out of Federal:I band which led the funeral cortege !J: President's official family-Cor- convention was one of the most ward the union of Germany and
dairy products textiles and other)I: Couit for the Southern District of I of Abraham Lincoln recently; FORMER EMPLOYES I I Roller skating will be offered dell Hull-has been involved in enthusiastic he ever atteded. "I Austria.
I I I 1
manufactured products. t I Florida. I i I I celebrated his ninetieth birthday! at Coral Isle Casino beginning one other notable squabble of the There were a Eurobr of matters j On the other hand an African
On Sunday he was taken to MU:,, on the job as usual-selling ma&-!|, Thursday night, it was announcedby : present administration. i of vital import to the department. war might deprive Italy of English -
WORKS OUT FINE IN i,., ami by De'>rty Marshal Bush' and' culine attire in a downtown c'oth- (!Special!' to The un...) 'I I the' recreation department of j It was. at the London economic which were brought; before the ) and French help it Austria
delivered to the Dade county jaiL j'' ing store VIENNA June 11.-Hows 'to the.Key West Administration this'.' conference and involved what Dr.I meetings and satisfactorily con--j were menaced. The most COPYING OF Mr. Bush returned today. I'I ICUBrBRlGSTN I II'I Six feet tall, straight, ckan- reduce the steady deficit ,of morning: 1 Raymond Moley. assistant secretary eluded he said.LOCAL I I papers of London have
RECORDSj! !II!, shaven. and his dark hair not un-. Austria's federal railway is ])Uu. i Twenty-five pairs of skates, of state and chief brain- j come out with the flat statement
dRy ,liuMM-lalrd .. | I I i usually gray. Martin believes yon)! ling the country's best financial have, been provided for this past-j; 1 truster of the "new deal." either CLINIC i that if Italy proceeds on a earn-
BERKELEY CaL. June 11.-,, ', can grow old "withut !!howing'I brains. i time. The rollers have rubber did or said there. President Roosevelt i| paign against Ethiopia she cannot
Because Louise R. Hoffman wrotea I it" by the. simple rules: "Never}V I All efforts so far have failed tires so that all noise usually,r was able to arrange an amicable expect England and France to
"good hand" she escaped the, 127 PASSENGERS; worry. Live moderately. Eat because they did not solve the heard at similar rinks: will be'' settlement of this! dispute \WO.GOEs! ON,, help her in the event of a German -
usual job of scrubbing the walls! ,i! sparingly." problem of wages and pensions. avoided. ( Dr. Moley left the state depart-I I i iI movement: toward the Brenner -
or floor of the city hall) in lieu of,, I I I .Martin relates he wanted to Figures just published MOW The rink it was said will be' ment. but still figures largely in I pass Italian newspaper havr
paying a fine for speeding. She Steamship Crba, of the P. and ':: enlist in the Union army. when the that the roads on January 1, bad1 open each afternoon and three j the Roosevelt brain trust. There were sixty children! examined -'' taken note of these declarationwith -'
"worked out" the assessment by O. S. S. returned yester. :: Civil started. but 55.400 I the continent that they constitute
company war was re- employes on their payrolls'I nights per week. ; There was no suggestion from, at the local clinic here Satur-1 1
copying documents for the purchasing day afternoon from Havana with'1 jetted he said, because of "con--but were paying pensions to 81- the White House that Peek is to day by Mrs. Edwina Hodges state j, blackmail.
agent when he learnedshe 99 first class and seven second'I j sumption." as they called it in 300 former employes. be selected for another missionby I nurse and local physicians, according -'
was a competent penman. passengers for Key West; 18 first!I those days. It was pointed out that although I Truck Arrives Tonight the President later. All that to announcement made by BUNCO PARTY

Miss Hoffman an unemployed and three second class for Tampa. j[ He knew Lincoln. he said describing the number of employes I I Wtta large variety of FRESH Is known is he is to remain in his f those interested in this work. Auspice Am. Legion; Auxiliary
waitress, worked one full day at Of the 127 passengers: there werej I| him as looking like had been reduced by more than FRUITS and VEGETABLESLowe' position as president of the Ex The examinations are being; LEGION HALLTbundar
her job. Male speeders who are 67 aliens. gangling farmer in a top hat." 50 per cent since October 1, 1923 I port-Import bank. As such hi*' sponsored by the P.-T. A. organiza-j I
unable to pay are given a bucketof The vessel sailed 6:30 o'clock] Martin was born .in .a//no financial relief resulted because I Cash Grocery I participation in the formulation I tions, and another: examination of j Evening. a O'clockPrizes

warm water soap and a mop' for Tampa with 29 passengers and IlL A son.Milton Martin 69. pensioners doubled in the II17 Division St. PI._., 675 of foreign trade policies necessarily -I children siB take place next Saturday and Refreshment
to
work with '
in the halL .1 freight. lives there. '
city same period. will be limited. it Is stated. E.achP.nsm.-----
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QiC tPnblt.b.d 1 !ltSi Ct If i REFORMING THE BAR ..... .....
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._ ,Tee IJUJ. ,&Daily a Excel SnaOar Co.ByriBusaixa IVOLl : Discussing the announced intention of (r TODAY'S WEATHER 1|],I i iI j i Classified ColumnS I

.......oe. Attorney General Cumrryngs to investigatethe By R. M. HOFER _
.JOE ALLE f..ARTMAIf.A_...... nad..a Manager legal profession and bring about some Temperature.* >| Florida: Generally fair tonight I[.........................!, S........................s..o..o..o..o..o.

from TIM Citlxen l lldUc reforms the well-known economist John T.J Highest ....__.......',.'_"."........n.....90 land Wednesday except scattered i i I Chickens come home to roost!:I ||. ROOMS
.Corner Greene.and ADD.8t..t.,
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Lowest .80Mean i -
(Flynn makes some very entertaining and ..:__::...::::.::.::::::.:::::..:'85;, thundershowers Wednesday after-!': From Southern four widely separated i j[STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS,,i. "THE MUNRO"-Rooms J2.00,

"ly Dally Newspaper County.IB Key. West and Honroe instructive comment. One of the novel Normal Mean ...._.....................82 : noon.Jaeksonville. I protests have communities arisen again vigorous the 1 1I I INDIGESTION victims, why i!I I $2.50 and $3.00 per week
: to Florida Straits: '| suffer! For quick relief a'' Double and Single. 128 N. K.;
features of :Mr. Flynn's comments is some- Rainfall I loss of local tax revenue resulting get
entered at Key West. Florida. as second elass matter I; Gentle winds, mostly southeast I free sample of Udga, a doctor's1 i I!14th street Miami, Fla.
what of a defense of the ambulance-chaser. I from government acquisition I i
FIFTT-SIXTH' YEAR Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.i; and couth and partly overcast oi property and its consequentremoval prescription, at Gardner's Phar-:! may24-1 mox
Writing in the New. Mr. Normal Precipitation... .18 Ins. I FOR RENI'I
Republic Flynn ,
Mes.ber .f U. AaaMtate rive |weather tonight and Wednesday. j I from local tax rolLs. nacy. I i I
.Li Associated Pr... U exclusively entitled to *.. says: Tfcl*mt rmr4 H _'Urk e:**.ra thla 24-h mt*..rmimf.Tomorrow r prl4rneUuc East: Gulf; Gentle variable When people clamor for "free I may21-22-23-28-29-30; junt'4- -6-1 I II -
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;j r republltatlon of all news dispatcher credited t. 11.12-13x 'I BICYCLES E RENT by the
It or not ou-erwlae credited In this paper and & .. "I have seen more than one very vocal '. Almanac winds.f political pork (government 1 1i i i iI Hour, Day Week. Repair

the focal teas pu H'bed bere.jne and pretentious crusade to clean house by Sun rise! ............ ..... 5:36 a. m., I i ownership of an industry or land:I all makes and or paint them with
Sun ret; .... .. ........ 7:17 p. m. in their community), they forget FOUND :I \u-Enamel. full
NATIONAL) EDITORIAL) the embattled high priests of the legal Moon rises ... ..*........ 3:29 p. m.. f I WEATHER. CONDITIONSThe that the only way the pork barrel I,I supply of part We Agent carry for a the

Jld ASSOCIATION profession in New York. It generally be- !Moon sets ....__ '.. 2:03 a. in.Tomorrow' .i can be filled in order to make HORN RIMMED SPECTACLES.; Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.
1935IHSCRJPT10 I Atlantic coast disturbance them the gift, is through money j Owner may have same by pay-
gins and ends as an attack on what are Tide i .I And sell them as low as $5.00(
----"' drawn from their hard- ing for this ad or return of
has moved northeastward and ui own
:: HATES called ambulance chasers. Ambulance A. I. P.M., down and $1.00 per week. We
Tear __n |1.....M. High ......__.... G:03 7:32 i central this morning off the New earned savings by taxation. The'I mine taken by mistake. Jefferson > Buy and Sell all makes of used

three Six Month Month__ S.U I chasers are indeed a mean and contemptible Low.... ........... 1:08: England: : coast: Boston, Mass., politicians "give" them nothing,, B. Browne. junl-tf Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
)n. Month, ..1' element in the legal profession. But Barometer 8 a. m. today: disturb except what they first take away.A .' Stowers company 515 Duvalstreet
+VeeJtly .11.ADVElt'l'ISL : 29.71'inches, and slight; wants
Georgia mayor some-]\
Sea level, 29.91.WEATHER MISCELLANEOUSSPEND .
apr9-tf
we may well ask why our excessively respectable central, the middle about municipal
Q RATES lances I are over thing done loss of ----- ,.
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_Made known on appltceJIou side-whiskered counsellors wax FORECASTTill "| Mississippi\ and lower Rio Grande revenue occasioned by two large YOUR VACATION AT FURNISHED APARTMENT: : electric

r-ading notices Sl'UCJAL., card ftOTICHAll of thanks, resolution ..tS wrathful at their activities. I Valley St. Louis, MP., 29.8G: tax-free PWA housing projects Beautifil Miami Beach. Ter- ice box. Archie Thompson,
.r..-ci, clotuary notices, etc, Kill .be charged for alJt ( 8 m.. Wednesday) I which supplant former tax-paying 1001 Eaton Phone ZTJ-J.
: ritf of :s ents a line.Nnllivs The ambulance chasing pariahs harass p. ,. inches. Ijkht to moderate sh w- race Apta., 620 Lenox Ave.. street.
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for eniertalnments by ehnrebea from which, and the insurance companies the Key West! and Vicinity: Fair' era and thunderstorms have oc- I property.North Carolina i I i! Modern Clean, Efficiency and j. may 24-1 mox
One
t revenue ia to be derived are fi cents Ilea annoy tonight, county i
a ; Wednesday partly cloudy i Bedroom Apts. $10. 112.50, i,I MALE HELP WANTED
The Olils.n .. au open forum and invites discus.scat casualty companies, the railroads, public ruried :since: yesterday morning in wants the government to compenmate -, '
ct pit>Uc issues and subjects of local or general I $15 Mont j. Also rites:: by Week ,
iitereM but It will not pcblUh anonymous eommanlYt19na utility companies and other large corporations ..', !jj.oitioiu of the middle Mbeissippi: it for taxes lost on account I' or Season. Write. Wire Reservations :!: ABLE MAN for distributing and
.. and lower Ohio Valleys and southwestern I of huge acreage withdrawn Now. jun8-6tx I route work. Automobile gives
I whose juggernauts have a of I i
way for tax-exempt park project.
New a I man who qualifies. $35.00: a
Lake region, Eng- I I
l lad! men gets bad breaks. cutting legs and arms and other spare parts and I Another county in the tame EXPERIENCED DRIVER will t,i' week opportunity; .t.ady. Cost-
from the anatomies of workers and innocent r.\ land. and southern Texas, have state has now lost taxes from drive to New Jersey or r\t'w'' nothing; write Albert Mills
,
local showers, most'y light
i : J I
: of land taken the
52,000 acres by ,
612
7215 Monmouth. O.
York for Cincinnati.
Few .pupils in Key West regret school bystanders. It is too hard there is continued;; in the central and acpth- 'government for a waterfowl re- tran portation i:,,
White street. junlO-3tx: junllltsPIANO
|I ,
j 11'1 portions of the Florida penin- .j'
closing. not some intelligent and civilized agencyto n fuse and wants relief along: with i I
uja. Cooler! weather prevails this
which the victims of our feverish, machine u=.. ,1 1 s rooming in Kansas, while- else- II the Six birds.Tennessee counties find FOR SALE_ TUNING
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Hearst would like-to acquire the Miami \ civilization may resort for justice in L"\ ', ,elr J;: :loss in their tax rolls of from 81 51|,i I I I SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c.::: PIANO TUNER, Murrano )10i -

Herald.1 So would we. such cases. The indignant lawyers who Partly-Cloudy Thundershowers tern-1 I : I to 35 per cent of total asle.. The Artman Press. aug7!i reno. Excellent piano for sale
!. ; normJ I.I' I I cheap. 1018 Division treet.I .
valuation. the result of TV
joust at the ambulance chasers never as dl j I
possibly thundershowers; gentle I i G. S. KENNEDY.Official : \ m23-Jroo
trouble themselves to fill this hiatus in I I' in Cliargc. purchases.One MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 6001 I It I
Fish are like human beings, they variable winds. J : .
declares that
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Senator public : sheets $1.25. The ArUnan 1'I 1 j .
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never'learn. Always lured by a bait.A our legal machinery. But they do tilt --.- .. ,- ownership of railroads, which:' Press, Citizen Building. I "Ja.&s..vill.. Ledl.a 11..111. '-

bravely and regularly at the ambulance I I island of Key West, has written I some are advocating, and publicownership 'I jun27tf jl THE SEMINOLE
utilities would deprive
of
hen belonging to Charles Larkin of cha'ers:. who annoy their clients." KEY WEST IN I I! the chamber of commerce that I his state of nine million- I PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed,
due to the fact that several of .
Missouri is 20 years old and still lays. Or Then, Mr. Flynn wonders if anythingis Ibis I associates are absent from dollars a year tax revenues. I cards, $1.25. The Artman. G
to be done about the law 'DAYSGONEBYHappeai. "Where in God's world are they Press nr:7
he lies. going great ;;i i', New York at this time his plans I make it ?" he asks. _________ _______________i!
to
going
firms which guide "their guilty and acquisitive ... Here Jut 10 Yearn:t for the development of the tract The entire program un of government -''OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two JsYlc

Suggested title for the next. effusionof clients through the mazes of Ago Today A. Taken FromTbe have been delayed. He assures the competing in business with' bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of- 2 i
The chamber that as soon as the plans
Files Of CitiseaRumors
the English poet-laureate: "Owed to the trickery that the financiers" have not "the are ready that body will hear its own citizens would be laueh-. fice. octlC

United States." wit to travel alone." United States Supreme I i from him. able! if it were not so Ferious.(w,
are prevalent in Key!i 'I The politicians get votes by pro-i i PRINTING-Quality Printing at;
:
Court Justice Stone is quoted as West that the Illinois Central I!I raising the peonle something for,, the Lowest Price The Art- ......_.t *. Florida
We read that Americans are becoming saying that the new conditions of the profession Lines propose to build a road f H. L. Jervey, who for* the past nothing. and the people! try to get 1 I man Press. *ug7j i (Ills!. II. '.HINKH. .......r
: five years has been in charge of which think | A human, home-like Institution
they
"had made the learned professionof through the West coast of Florida something somebody '
: .
more radio conscious. But some of 500' where will find In.litl.HalMf
the Miami Herald Bureau in Key you :j mt
to Cape Sable and thence to Key else will pay for. In reality TYPEWRITING PAPER .r, soS ..>.<..r..I._..< a mati -
the programs would make a fellow wish an earlier day the obsequious servant of West The work, it id said will be West has tendered his resignationand the people pay for the whole sheets, 75c. The Artman Press. ;i i:t..r ..r irrrat tipportaace.o .

he were unconscious.The business, and tainted it with the morals done in conduction: with the sea- will leave in a few days for works including the governmentowned ng7, -- --
( I 1 I .. ........
Miami. il.iaa'
R. G. Bush has been appointed A atrrl flrrnroef :
and manners of the market place inits board Air Line. An additional tax-exempt enterpriseswhich !. tar heart .r .h. city
to succeed M '. Jervey.Mr. WANTED
destroy their own highly
ferry service be It is I
1I\'ill.
anti-social put on. 0Ev.ry -
manifestations. He
numbers on the currency serve a most then Buh has been connected with taxed businesses and ultimately
reported. The Citizen asked Rep- Room with ComMnatlon Tub
two-fold purpose since kidnaping became quotes Professor William O. Douglas of resentative J. F. Busto, who was the circulation department of the government income itself. If this: WANTED chance to bid oo and ;h...... Bath Radio, Rlrrtrmf

fashionable.. One to indicate its integral Yale Law School as follows: recently in Tallahassee, if he had<<1. Herald and is today taking over IFn't an endless circle! of destruction -, Artman your next Press printing order. The 'eitin4 Kan...n. r.mforlal.l Slat Dwr, for Unix SummerVrntilati withNsttr.saes
the office. what is au7 o! Inner Spring ('-mtrorlitrti -
"It is sad but true that the high priests been given to understand that the ....
part, the other to aid in tracing down ,kid- Seaboard would extend its linesto Unless' the people wake up to and Individual n" -
', BENJAMIN LOPEZ Inn Lamps
napers. of the legal profession were active agentsin Miami but'had heard nothing LEditorial comment: From the the menace of government owner- RATES! i

I' making high finance a master rather relative to a line to Key West. class prophecies made at school ship of property and industry; FUNERAL HOME Sisal.a .
they will find of their "__.. Private n..u SiPrivate : <>
the more savings Established 49 Year 'u
graduations business world
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than servant of the public interest. They .
and West Bath ZJM
Tarpon Springs Key are -
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taken to finance ... .
can expect startling events when political Key W OU..I 4. &... .. Private Balk uLOU:
Walter J. Hill head of of
,
about the only places where sponging I accomplished what their clients wanted I one the new recruits take hold. "hen houses." than they will t4-Hoar Aa b.l..ce Serrlc 1 24 "__.. frigate ..... :aJMl
the
largest; contracting companiesin l .._...
have left | RMM. Private Bash 4JM
to build homes for them U-.ed J LoIner
stuff.-Toledo Blade. That's accomplished and they did it efficiently
pays. Deep the United States, will arrivein "l.lfillT I\fHKA! FOR 1)0151..5octrl.cv
right, only the stuff from the deep has a effectively and with dispatch. They were i Key West at an early date to, Glynn archer, of the boy selves. .. !*b... 138 NltalW I

market value. tools or agencies for the manufacture of confer wish officials relative to scouts organizations which were -- - -- -
construction!'\ of the road and in Cuba for the inauguration
synthetic securities and for the manipulation :III'III'.I'I.lIIA

and appropriation of other people'smoney. : bridges to the mainland. Mr. Hillis ceremonies of President Gerardo ........................................................ ..............
trial the head of the Construction
Cost of the Hauptmann to Hoy Mjachado, has written a highly :

state of New Jersey was $80,360.95. And In doing this they followed the company and is associated with interesting account- 0: the boys' .

the criminal is still eating at the state's tradition of the guild. In fact they were Malcolm! Meacham in the Key experiences in Cuba and the many
West Foundation, I
company. I courtesies and events given in
expense. Crime doesn't pay from any I applying the teachings of their professors. j their honor. I

angle viewed.It I They never took seriously, the true nature The U. S. S. Tulsa, a gunboat) KEEP COOL I
attached to the special service
of their public trust. Besides they neglected Among the political
squadron will arrive in Key West!\
doesn't take so long to capture I their foremost function-to create next week to take on supplies.! will cements be appearing found that in of announ-I! .
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amateur kidnapers as it does professionals, and maintain financial practices which) The vessel will probably be here!! Curry, for mayor and I* R. .

but all criminals leave a trace in their were respectable, honest and conservative. several days according: to information ner, .for councilman- or the SixthWard j ..
received at the naval
wake which ,eventually: betrays them. station. :

There is no such thing as a perfect crime. ._ BORROWED THOUGHTS
A survey diclosed farmers of
The U. S. S. Bay'pring will Electric
the South Plains region of Texas Fans

._. So that Americans would not engage; \* i "Verify _your quotations" i is the ad- with leave officers here tomorrow from the for naval Tampa stn-{!, had. invested in six-month 71.000.000 in tractors o

in idle hOP, Stanley Baldwin, the new vicc ofsomeone" but the advice is some- tion who will attend the annual t period.

British prime minister, very considerately, tijneg.difficult to follow. In the case .ofmany convention of the Naval Reserve!' r

stated' that It' land would' hot pa ..an.. illi* !' ;lemons sayings; i it i is hard to find' put- Officers Association! Then ,Cap! KEY WEST
spring wil'! remain a.1 Tampa for *
stallment\ on the war debt owed the United who, really said them firsst.:; There are several days and djtjiect. |lnl be, ,, *COLONIAL i.... if HOTEL $$1.85to '- $ iOs95 i-

States, falling due this month. many instances!' of striking phrases which back in Key West_about June 17.t In the Center of the Business : ':

have been attributed to prominent persons : and Theater District
A naval seaplane arrived at
The visitor to Key West who went who really borrowed them from others.
Key West this morning completing'the
First CI.FireprrSe..iLI. -
home and told his fellow Rotarians that For example, Lincoln's reference to a first leg of a one day trip} Rates ; ICE CREAM r

this! city was a great place but that it "government of the people, by the people from Cardenas to Pensacola. Fla. FREEZERS

lacked gardens did not get around much, The plane is in command of COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
and for the people. Almost identical Lieutenant Hyliess.

for besides the many gardens! of which we words were used by John Wycliffe in the I' Carafe Elevator 2Qt 4Qt. 6Qt. _$

are proud), the i island city is celebrated for 14th century, and by Robespierre, Thomas Malcolm Meacham. who recently Popular Prices t

its acroamatic and exotic Garden ofApparently Cooper, Joseph: Story, Daniel Webster and I bought practically half of the .1 ij

ltot": Theodore Parker long before Lincoln uttered -

them at Gettysburg.Even ,- Water Coolers Thermos Jugs i i

the whisky: firm, carryingon the Golden Rule, which appearsin Your VacationIf ,

an advertising) campaign against drun- two forms in the New Testament, was
Thermos Bottles
ken drivers and intemperate use of liquor expressed by Confucius five centuries be- : N
are going to summer school
you plan-
or
isn't the first to show such good judg fore Christ, and by other ancient teachers.
ning a motor trip or any journey, you will) feel 'I :
ment. The Key Wes!,Citizen recalls, from Perhaps the most catchy phrase ever: I
safer and more, at ease if you are sure that; the -
old saloon days the appearance of a "bib- uttered by the late William Jennings funds I !
you carry are protected. Let us assist you
ulous individual" who palled for the "best Bryan: contained his "crown of.thorns and in this
procuring; protection by converting your
drink in the house" and received from the cross of gold" metaphor, which is credited travel funds intoAMERICAN-- WI I Beach Chairs Hammock -Chairs j

bartender a tall glass of ice water.---:Sliaml with securing his nomination for the presi- ('

Daily News. dency in 1896. It has been and still is'.! EXPRESS TRAVELERS Folding Chairs *

generally believed that the phrase was CHEQUESIF .

In their communication to the parentsof original with Bryan, but the Congressional THESE checks are lost or stolen (un- .. ..

Weyerhaeuser boy, who was kid Record .shows that it was spoken by Con- countersigned), the amount involved is refundedto ..

naped, the kidnapers advised they were Samuel W. McCall several I m
gressman you. In spending them all that is necessary is -

\, educated and intelligent. They may have months before. I for you to sign them a second time in the presence S "Your home is worthy of the best"I

been educated, but they were not smart of the one accepting them. J _

enough to avoid capture by department of New York's best sport' has been discovered -j -FOR SALE BY F South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. j

justice agents beyond a fortnight. It took by. a Gotham columnist. It is a -
I
two years to nab Hauptmann and then he fellow who must pay $400 a week alimony, : Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets1 -
National
'The First Bank of Key West .
was caught just like the Waleys when he and sends the check Saturday in a .
of bills. 'J of every 'I .......................................................................
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IFIGHTS STAGED LEAGUE r r GATES TODAY

NIl' : I ; 1 STANDINGS ]!I _


LAST EVENING AI .ERICAN LEAGUEI : 1 1I AMERICAN LEAGUE
I Washington at Chil'aJt'O--Two
SPORTS I Club- W. L. ?c1.!I
iuicmrd Brr ITc Altaos*n> 7tm.Ae rs trrc4 tUrdea.d It vac worth any lie. she told hen New York .______...___. 28 18 .6091 j!j i JPIim: ?s-WhitehiI:I vs. Fischer" ;
..wetMh..troarer. it orrtrtf !self. to tea him untie like tbat FOUR EXHIBITIONS PUT ON ,; Chicago .._ -t: 18 .571 j i i Bean vs. Tietje or PheJp
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to f* Iket tht enlcdatingtapAaI gala. If tarqaolses do not look their I i
turner. hsr fatltfr't.cc-. beet with.red.well what matter? I II I AT CUBAN CLUB i Cleveland ..-.. --- --- 24 15_ .558; !I[: New :York at St. LouisTwogamesRnffin
o'4 rttrtriite to < ** j"
Detroit ..,... ...
Mr. a.*. ....!doN ./ OsY. ( --- 24 20 ..5451I j Coffman
vs.
Only when I :
WA.r... all tile .ox_ff wan haadon. he went up to bed. I j j ARENA I I Boston" ..._. __ 23 2,1 .523 j I
h
.. ..,e ... .... to NN Alton taking off taa.peodant. she noticed j ji I Murphy vs. Van Atts.i .
Washington __ ___ 21
2J4 ..467.I
frowt a MM UiMtio* 'k.\ ometliint which made her stoop 1-- ___ ____ h i i Philadelphia at ClevelandTwoI
.... of D.."_'. wekig. a.d ..- 1I. --- --- ...- i j I Philadelphia 17 2T ,465Louis
Ia.u Mi. IA..rert d.altistaathrordAoat peer closely at the bright platinum ----- i I I I games-Blaeholder! vs. Stewart;
I ee.eeeeee
eoeeeeeeeeeeeee..eeeee.ee.e.ee.eeeeee.e 'I 1st. _.._......__ _
13 i 2J* .317 ,! Marcum
setttat of the iI' .tin
Jewel. Four Pearson.
__ good fights were staged/: at ;: vs. tr
The ring. by which It bans upon DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS PIRATES, DEFEAT 'I' the Duval street ring at the Cuban I NATIONAL LEAGUE I I Ii Boston at Detroit-Two game

Chapter 20 the chain ...tjignUy thinner at the I : I Club last ni ht. I i j i Club- W. L Pet. :,, Grove vs. Sullivan! ; Ferrell v.

NAN BEMUSED top. worn into a tiny groove! Alison'e CINCINNATI REDS In the first fight "Tampa I i New York ..."n._____ 29 11 .725 !!i Crowder.

.yiUY was looking at the house.vJ Ups twisted a trifle as see (By GRAVY) Tijrer" and "Kid Biondie" fought !; St. Louis ......_._...... 27 18 .600 :J, --
stared down the i '
at Jewel. ,j i great fight and pleased the NATIONAL LEAGUE
father" said Alison. "He'd a I Pittsburgh,___mm___.30 20 .600 i j,
come down to see It and wanted to Second band! At beet not worth I' .eeeeeeee..e..ee..e.e eeee.e..ee.e.e..eeeeeeee :. SLUGGERS OF ; crowd. "Tampa Lion" and "Go- I' Brooklyn .... .......... 23 20 .535!i Chicago at 'hiladelphiaI -
look at It again. more than thirty pounds it was not The golf team como:)sed of 14 i out Li could figure everybody's PITTSBURGH'I I J I ing Garcia" fought four rounds!j jt Chicago: .._..___m..._.. 21 20 .512!I French vs. Johnson

She frowned at her father"slight- even new! She began to' TitaaUte ; members will leave on Friday of I J salary to the exact lenny and' AGGREGATION GET FIVE. t ti ti and young Sawyer and Battling: ;i i Cincinnati ._....____._ 17 26395': Pittsburgh; at Brooklyn-Bush
how Daphne Sjuners .could afford i! next week which will be the }1 Roberts fought four round :!
21
face and i Philadelphia .. 14 26 .350 vs. Leonard.;
Vt sceptical tapped lmpatlenUj know the when the .n -
her.hairdresser and that chic Paris very day next!i CIRCUIT CLOUTS
with her foot. "Oh. 1 know and proceed to Miami to plry the I "Tampa Leopard" and Kil Alfonso '| Boston .. ._ ,___ _.. 11 30 ..268Today's Cincinnati *t New. York-Two
dress! pay would be de, why of course, :; tie ; I
Biltmore
It sounds queer his staying and i team. That is the u- re- offered star bout of the j {.ameDerringt'r vs. Hubbell: ;
everything but it wasn't It you'd all Well.which It was the thought after i hminary plans at present ar.d the Le kept Li en for that very purl -! evening:, going: through four:i..o........ ...1.1i j Frey vs. Fitrinunons.t. .
counted her father'sthongkL 1
been there you'd hare done Just the ; !:I names of the team sill. be ant i pose. And tcdayOU will tindt! Special .. The Citizen. I I rounds of thrilling: battle. They!'< j' Louis at Coston-Collins vs.

..me-! She put the jewel away tenderly. i i ncuncec later. Naturally, firstI : him doing the same t 1.ng" When i J|i NKW YORK. June 11.-The !)j i had the crowd, on its feet many !|i : Birthdays,;i Frsnkhousc.

Robert frowned. "I don't know thinking of him; suddenly with a I choice will be to those who entertained our hero was a small lad he liked i j| Pittsburgh Fiiates trounced the i]!i time during the affair. It was a ;i ij ; ......... ...............i i iI

that tot particularly pleased about pan of dismay Alison remembered I the Biltmote club when olives in any shape or form. There I)j Cincinnati Reds by a core of 14 i iI j'i draw match. ;j!I! Dr. Leland O. Howard retired i} Eight gas wells in the San Jja-
lila staying; there with you all be had asked Guy to lunch. He i i i they were* here a few months ago i wts a man who: vas A foreman in i I ; "Tampa Lion." "Tiger" and Department of Agriculture's!: chief I quin valley region of California
'night he began but the girl cut InSereely. ould arrive tomorrow expectingto | since this is a return match and ''a cigar factor' and he. had an I,;I to 1 behini: the excellent pitching i iI !"Leopard" are brothers!' from iI i))! entomologist; born at Rockford j i ii supply 15000.000 cubic feet of
entertainment. More will Olive and so Li sticks around iof I Bill Swift. AI| Holingsworth i ,
details
lunch with her father. How could I i until | I Nampa, I i III. 78 years ago. J gas to the San Francisco Bay: area
"You wouldn't hare mindednotone she explain to him that the invltaon follow. !i he had an Olive: too and he still ;j I did mound duty lor tae Cincinnati i io I I 24
hcs same. Also has a junior who''o j, ........................1 I'I I If every hours.
bit-until she started Interfering was off?
!. Tomorrow Our persona glimpse: today will>!I I is in the planting game, so he club. There were five home runs 1 I!|! Today In History I f Admiral Robert E. Coomtz; U. i
Daphne to
was lunch
a !' I j' made bv ::;rata: sluggers during : J S. N., retired of Bremerton Every summer for more years!
!! knows he will be
-ill.nn1 be
which made it aU the more awkward none other than the outstanding pit away very i I', tile Paul Waner started, ......................... I II Wash., born at Hannibal Mo., 71 than most citizens can remembera
"I know father! But there are Alison knew that she could golfer of No. 416 Elizabeth !! carefully and all this together ;, game. I ; great flock of
limits! Just because sh. doesn't not face a meal with Daphne and ftreet our oM 1 friend aid fellow! 1 j Hakes! Mr.! Plnmmer very, very I j the ball rolling by driving it into |,, iso;;-Fire in infant city of j I years ago. .. I made headquarters chimney in sweepshas the!

like me's no reason why she should Guy! feeling all the time that her citizen. Lionel Hammcrs'cigh happy indeed and in order to keep- I the upper deci: of the right field Detroit destroyed every house but chimneys of the Santa Rosa coun-

barge Into my affairs! It'. no business father objected and that Guy was PI: mmer. Our hero vs born up1 i from departing: this life too happily :-i i stands. !i one. Alvin M.. Owsley of Dallas, Tex;. I court house at Milton Fla.
ty ,
of hers. I'm grown op now and suspect She knew that she would t here on SImonton street and his! he took up the Rod and Hon- j __ i U. S. Minister to Rumania nominated -

surely I can make friends If I like give herself away be shy and pow had a fio-c. of ;initials being :, orabie pastime and so now we have i c This wa. the Idly game played i!1 1859-Discovery of the famed: Minister to the Irish Free Subscribe to The Citizen

without asking here be miserable with the thought pres- Dr. in front aid then such cs him up to this I cint. But let us' in either of the major leagues,;' Comstock'Lode in Nevada which ) State. born at Denton, Tex., 47..
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Robert put out a hand and drew ent always that those two were J. W. V. R. afterwarJs.! Natirally, 1 proceed: Mr. Plommer is one 0: node others being scheduled :! yielded over $300,000.000 by end years ago.Jeanette. I

his daughter towards him. "Now. lookIng at her trying to detect having. a !prlike that it was : the merriest players on the course. i i :The summaries: I[f Iof century-reputed discoverer t LEGALS

my dear listen. signs that that Guy she was, had a crook"lost !her.heart"r logical said paw tho-iH hi? boy He tells jokes and then laughs NATIONAL LEAGUE I j Henry T. P. Comstock. said to Rankin. Montan '. for j IIA I THE rorxrr jrnoFT! rornri
"I 1 don't want to listen! I think to 1 kin in than anybody else. In case i himself in" whenon congresswoman lobbyist '
0 Could she get hold of him and was going :e !some pum more At Pittsburgh R. H. E. have "declared mer i \ A\D FOR 110"51(01rOI'\T'-.
Ifs horrible! Just because a man put him off? If she did. 'would he this world so be stilted him off : nobody laughs, he docs anyway. !i i Cincinnati ___.m__.__________ 1100! parsing by saw two prospectors :; born near 'MiV=ola. Mont., 55.'j I' KI.OHIIJ IX PRORtTR.

kelps me when I'm In a Jam. she guess wbat bad happened never |.with'the name o* Lionel T\huhf;Only, "Pious" worries Li but then Pittsburgh ....._.._..'__. ._14117' 0 digging there. [ years ago.Ralph= / ., In lOA TV Rotate SEAT of FLEITAS
has"to think-to make yon think come again? He was not the kind j sometimes stands -r Lion Ileart- Li worries "Pio-js" too. so that'( Batteries* Holllng: .worth. Frey I I I Vc<>.*. ch! of {jed but most of the !JOYs aroundi makes them even. Now Mr. Plum- II IItr.d Pulitzer of New" York NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
: person who would thrust himself : Erickaon; Swift and PadJen. 1871-Admiral John Rodgers!, j ,I all creditors and all persons having -
Alison broke down; the strain of Into a house where be was not town shortened that name to Li a mer takes hold of a club and -- I commanding the Asiatic squadron newspaper owner born in St. I claims or demands against.

days of anxiety of and her night's vigil i wanted! But that would be unbearable I long time aio. Of course he is a stands upon the tee. At first you Only game scheduled. fought battle with Koreans Louis. 56 years ago.: j 0 raid Y.... Eatate and ..:.-h of r*>". are hereby
tile old house
la today's distress i I. very truthful than! !=o you need not ,. think he is going to hoe some corn American ship "General Sherman ; Htfird and required to present say
all gathered Into that one : She had a sense of chilly desolation be thinking: anvthiijj about that or plant some potatoes. But not I AMERICAN LEAGUE I taken there and fate of crew j: Dr. Lenyon L. Butterfield of 1!1 jrlaims! and demands, which you, ortfithrr >>
cloud-burst of
of have
ralnut
tears. Because she you may a the
seldom cried because he had as she stood there such a sense J name at all Well, our hero wa so. he takes a suing and sometimes No games scheduled unknown. ,. Asbury Park. :N. J., church rural j I!estate of Flettas. deceased.
:
never of T loss that she was forced to face i a very bright lad so his paw is very pleasantly surprised to find counselor promoter of country j( late of .. .arc.J. Florida, to

seen her shocked.so upset.He gathered Robert was her In-almost the truth. i :shipped; him ofi to Montreal. Canada -:: he has knocked a 215 yard drive I .....e..ee.e..e.e.e..e.. 1903-King: and Queen of Ser- I life born at Lappeer. Mich., 67 II j!I the Honorable of )1......Hutch.... ,-"nunty..o..r.Bonn CountyJidcrr ...,.,
to his 0 She wanted more than anything I I to give him a chan*e at some down the middle of the fairWay.j via murdered in own castle in ]! yean ago. at his office In the County Court
soothing her with Today's HoroscopeThe
arms
pet cn earth to see him again! sol[ h"ulle in :Monroe County, Florida
names and kisses until her last slow I I I red learning.: When oir hero bas On his next :shot; he is usually : early' hours of morning. j within eight calendar month from
.finished colle to misses it sometimes! ..... .....eee
sobs subsided. I ,a be did not go : nervous he i Will the date of tILe first pvblktatioiih
of Washington
Hutchins ,
\ THAT should she do? She was I I I work in 5 and 10 cent store. ; all and then he reof. Said claims or demand
"I'm sorry. She wrenched herself still wondering next day. a i 1 together again I The person born today may I 1918-U. S. troops capture Bel- P. artist-author, born at ColrJ!I shall be In writing and contain the
I l They didn't have them in those might make another good. one I j have notions and the :: place of reiiidence" and post office
free dried her Chester 57
face. Daphne appeared at half past many queer leau Wood and 300 prisoners. Conn. yearn ago. j'o
days. lIe did take job with Mr. which will give him a on the address of the claimant and shall
a
"There. You're overtired, that'salL" I par mind have a trend toward the un-
twelve In taxi the
a with half a dozen I | sworn to by the claimant kin 1l
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Like all men. Robert Rede attributed large parcels and wbue. Perter seti i Wm.r Curry's Sons Co. All this hole. All this makes Li a good usual, perhaps taken up with re- 1931-League of Nations an' Richard Strauss) World-farpedI J i l fent or attorney.All .

any feminine emotion to ; tied with the driver she opened the I j I I kind of :work paled on our hero match player but you can beat him ligion or some kindred study. nounced that 100 tons of morphine Austrian composer: of music born filed' within such" claims the time and demands and In not the

physical causes. "But you mustn't parcels in the library and showed I| and he soon sought greener pas- on medal score. His most dependable There is indicated a friendship and six tons of cocaine in illicit' 71 years ago.Chlorinated. ( manner prescribed herein hall bvvid.

think my pet. that Daphne doesn' the contents to Alison. Huge flat j( tures. He thought lighthouse shots are those around the with notable persons a taste for drug traffic in years 1925 to 1930 : I! .
like you. She's only too anxious to books of wallpapers and a mass of keeper had an easy job. .just set : green and he is a better putter scientific subjects when other aspects rubber, a new raw J! Ii Dated_ the 4th day of June A. D.

be friends. Alison and was a little furnishing fabrics. II still and watch a light to see that than a lot of guys who shoot a bet- are favorable and a good Traffic surveys in Caliomia material .for use in the paint and J. FRANK FfcElTAS.

hurt because you didn't seem to like "1 wondered if you'd help me I the,coal oil didn't run out and so Ion ter score. He claims he putts.' and able. mind. But there is danger indicated 58 per cent or more of varnish industry has passed the Administrator Ida Seay Fleita.,f deceased.the" Estate of

her. darling. to choose my new.coloring and so Mr. Plcmmer got a job like Joe Lopez which he sometimes of making too much of the j'the total vehicle miles is traveled experimental stage and in being W. CURRY HARRIS,
'She means sot much to me. 1 for the rooms upstairs She had agushing !I with the lighthoute! people. But ;, does but Joe never putts like Lion mysterious. +within cities. produced now in Germany. ( Attorney for Administrator
can't bear to think that yon and way'of asking "I feel sure soon! he found he was in the wrong account: of Joe keeps still when iunt-ll-lt-K
she won't get on. Poor little thing, ou've got a wonderful) color sense!** place because he was in the office playing golf: and Li never keeps I ----- -- ---- ----- -- -- -

she bad such an awful time-fancy, Alison looked op startled from [ When the head man found 'II o still any time.FOLLOWING I Ie.eeeeeeeee.eee.eee..eeee.eee.eee.e.eee..eetre.eee It' II
she was married at fifteen to a perfect the letter she was writing. j I

brute years older than she vas "The rooms upstairs? But I '.
who treated her. most abominably."Lots thOUght father was giving np this ;

of women would have left house!" : s /

him. but Daphne stuck to him even "He did think of it.- agreed THROUGHBy FIRMSWho
whea he got 111 and nursed him Daphne airily, "but we've talked it
herself through the two years that over and we feel that'd be a pity. ( JOVE) .

he was ill. And then when he died After all we mast have a house In ................................................. ,
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she found that he'd gambled every London too. while you are growing ; '
thing he'd got away and left her ap. It's not as If he couldn't afford I The big: fight for Thursday j''ley o Retzlaf'. Shucco. Levandaw-i Pat1rick Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Themq
absolutely penniless! I tell you tt Is (It?" The swift glance she shot night will draw a $300.000 gate. i{ tki. Yale Okuc Sekyra, Tom I

when I think of him. 1 see red! If at the girl dropped away unsatisfied according to the wise guys. Brad-* and uti-.el. I' I

only I can give her a little happiness for Alison knew nothing of her dock will fight the biggest battle I} I

!- father's affairs. of his career His fracas is called j II
"Which rooms are you going to I' Baer boost!, in addition to hi< i
Suddenly I impulsively Alison from "rags to hes"-for only a j i
do np?" she asked. title! conquest o,* Camera the! following -j COFFEEJ
turned and kissed him. year ago he was on the relief > AMERICAN R 0 S ES
victories in his win column JOHN C. PARK
"Our and 1
"I'm sorry dear!" That was true; bedroom the little sitting rolls. I j : j THIS SPACE
she was sorry for her outburst room I'm taking for my boa ,! lie has knockouts over Henney, Now Offered in 3 Grades,

won't again. I expect we'll get on doir.** Mrs. Sutners spread out a The rambling Maxie is the favorite i j I Risko Dekuh Levinsky (three j j FLORAL PIECES A .
splendidly when we know each length of patterned silk. "Look timed). Braddock has won from' '328 SIMONTON ST.STAR.. tb 25c:;
o by a 3 to 1 bet on Wall street i
other. It was piggy of me to be un isn't this superb?" lend readers known when those (,i Swiderski, Les Kennedy Tuffy LARGO, Ib 18c:; SPECIALTY 12 Insertions

set .. only well I love you so, andI "Rather expensive Isn't It? Alison guys i-icked: 'em they know what I I Griffeth and has knocked out Corn I v. & s.. Ib 15c.

felt-" ventured. Griffin ,John Henry Lewis and P L U 1.1 B I N G
they are doing. The records :;:
Jealous. Of course. Ifs naturaL "Ob. with tarnishing stuffs It pays ho'I I Art Laeky. I In Buy It At Your Local PLANTS and VINES .
to'get the be.t..ald'M/s. Semen that Baer has io>t to Shaaf, i iSo
Children do. Robert was not con
rairi. Kennedy. Johnnie Risko, Az-I Grocery Store PER
scions of quoting. "But you needn't IIghULet' go upstair'shall! we? MONTH

be. | pant you both'; and she wants Or would yon rather not?" cudun, Tiny Abbott and TO Ja-kJ 1 you can see, fans, the records I Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA .
both .f as. particularly yon. By the 'No.' no! I'd love to." Alison rose McCarthy by a foul. Baer bee never J I of both contenders in Thurs- DURO PUMPS ;

way rye got something for yon- hastily,anxious to make amends for been knocked out or down. | day night's fight. I am still with} I STAR COFFEE MILL

meant at first to give you a check ber explosion last night. -.t- the great: Maxie. and I think! James PLUMBING ''SUPPLIES NURSERY

for.fifty pounds.and then I though Watching Daphne "-more than As to Braddock, he has lost to,! J. will not hear the;bell calling | 512 Greene Street $3.00

!'Ou'd -rather'..ba..., Jdjjs." chic In a brand-new navy bb1e-coat Babe\ Hunt,. Baxter Catmes.,-Char-' him for the 15th round. 1+ .' PHONE 348 Phone 256 '..
trimmed liberally with njlukja; navy ; ..., i/' .a i iI ti f PH ONE,59 7 ''r .
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felt In his pocket, drew out a dress Jest touched with scarlet and a 11I 1 ri ....... :
HE case. Alison took It. Inside a Reboux bat drifting round the ee.eee..eee..eee.... I teacher, New York: editor and <

dark blue velvet lining rooms which had once been ber own .1.1I I I HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
lay a on turquoise a and diamond pen mother's, laying armfuls of exotic Today's !I popular uthor, born at Lake j ji SELECT SEA FOODSREAD-

dant. A pretty little pendant"I (: fabrics on the exquisite i Geneva Wis. Died Oct. 17, 1918. : I INSURANCE

got Daphne to choose It for yon eries worked by the dead embrold.1 I Anniversaries !1 1a..e..e..e..e.o o a .I.wfis"" 2 Ibs. 3Sc THE KEY WEST

while we were In Nice. I thought she was sorely punishment I j jI IL. 3Sc
Yellowtail 2 Office
Steak 319 Dural
Street
"'I think zebra'd look marvellous 1851-Mrs.:; Humphrey Ward, I : e -
could better than I could. 1
pick one I
she's got such good taste. Ifs a*welcome here-with black lacquer and red j 1776-Joan Constable! famed :j|I famed English novelist born in.! Yellowtail .. Boss, 2 11,.. 2Sc SUNDAY STAR

home present" cushions-don't yon think so? Only English la.ids::: ie painter, born. I o Tasmania (of English parentage). I II Grouper 2 ILs. 2Sc '

"Ifs Just lovely! Thank yon so then I'd Just han to have glass Died March 31, 1837. I I Died in London March 24, 1920. 1 1I ; Sapper, 2 IL. 25c TELEPHONE NO.1
the lire-but
over perhaps you'dlike
much darling. Thank her too for S b smpfi&1n"& 2 Per Yar
Not for worlds at that moment that portrait of your mother In Msttoa Fiala" 2 IL. 2Sc
me. 1816-RO.-
In-I I
Try Y..r M.... AIFRESH
would Alison have said aloud what your bedroomr'F.ther Milroy, Key W eat.10 I y Sunday --THE-
.was In her heart-that she would< thought he'd like that diana's noted Union general, In-I SHRIMP
at half picture moved to the library or to dian *. Salem Ind. Paper Dtlmoll Restaurant
'rather have had a present agent orn near : ,
the price chosen by her father him his dressing room" put In Alison. Died in Olympia, Wa h March 29, I(, FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen PORTER_ALLEN B.dwei..r Beer ____ lie
sell "He mentioned It last night! at din 1890. RUSSELL'SCIGAR $

She put It round her neck fastening ner." LOWE FISH COMPANY Building COMPIAIJV 31a C..... DI...... _

the tiny platinum chain and fCopyHfkt.,Xv.e1v.M. WicfTomorrow. I PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ..-.--... SOc. 75c. aM Uc
looked at herself In the glass. "If 1821-Alexander: B. Latta Cincinnati -
Alison run. way .
Just perfect Isn't It?* with all). builcer! of steam fire engines STORE0 .

I and improver of locomotive!' AARON McCONNELL
-- I engines, near Chillicothe, Our Reputation b Wrap' PRITCHARD

two .more shipments states the I Ohio. orn.A'flil 28 1865. -o-- 336'Ft..i.g- Street
JENNI.E
j ; B DE BOER
DODGEPRODUCTS I I II ped in eTery package: .
i I dealer. Baseball Returns i' FUNERAL HOME
One of the greatest advertisin I I 1832-Ansr-Etis H. Garland.i j j ( of

SELLINGRAPIDLY campaigns ever sponsored by the Arkansas Iaw7er. governor sena-| Wire i Watch The tie
By
Dodge division of the Chrysler tor. U. S. Atto-Tiey-General born l J r PRINTING Dlg.ifi.J s.d.etJc -

in Tipton Co.. Tenn. Died in j Deafer' c.-teay
Corporation is now going on.
"You don't have to sell Dodges I Dealers in every part'of the count Washington. D.-C., Jrn. 26, 1899.1 i I I COME IN AND GET THE I Q DONE BY US NOTARY PUBLIC

-tuy sell themselves!I" says Dan try report greater sales for the RESULTS OF THE WATCHMAKER JEWELED LICENSED EMBALMER
Ig46-Willirm L. Marshall. 1 -THE-
Navarro of Navarro. Inc.. recently -!! the total I I MAJOR BASEBALL !
I first part of 1935 than army engineer iJid chief, explorer; ; AND ENCRAVER. -

i appointed Dodge-Plymouth I! of 1934 the dealer states. and discoverer! o" Marshall Pass! LEAGUES i See Him Fo Your Next Work ARTMAN PRESS Aa"SenNe -
ann.UMJ J
dealer I I Today's advertisement across the IZockies. born at Washington -'1 1I -

Since becoming the Dodge agen-J i es the approved Dode end Ply- Ky. ,Died July 2, 1920. !I j CIGARS CIGARETTES ALL PRICES REDUCED .Citizen Bldlt. LADY ATTENDANT
: mouth service now offered owner*. --- Hours 9 Ie IZ-I I.'S Citizen Office
in K/ West some IS day.
SOFT
cy I'I DRINKS
these makes of cars. Navarro, PHONE
of 1850-Mary E. Burt, Chicago 51
this company) has received two Inc. is fully equipped with the!j r j 1 ETC. Ope. Sat...., Nights PIa... J.4a Never Sleep

shipments of ears and if they could latest equipment amid 'a trained !I carry a line of Plymouth. and II '
J JJ Jr
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have been secured,would Lave told staff of auto experts. They also Dodge parts.





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PAGE FOUR THE KEY, WEST CITIZEN TUESDAY, JUNE II, 1935.


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REFLECTIONSBy DOOMED COLONEL TO 1 es.ee.eee..r..e..e
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PERSONAL MENTION ( Victor Moore Says: "it's the Top in Motor Cars" l I I I. TRAIN ABYSSINIANS TO SUBSCRIBERS

:x: SOCIETY : : ........................1 .. ( F. E. KNIGHT) II I':
< ... If receive
'n 1 I I fRy A rlafr4 Prrml you do net : your
4..i...................................i...4.ie. Hilburn Collins was a passenger i As if in a dream I seem to look I ATHENS, June 11.-Although! paper by 6:15 o'clock !in the
on the afternoon train going to At torn and tattered pages afteraooa, call telephone 51
Shower Given Miami for stay of several days I II I life I he is under sentence of death from i iI i i
Enjoyable TuesdayIn a I I Presenting my as a history i and a paper will be enl to
on business.Ihv book, the Greek government: Colonel ; home. A complaint boy

Honor Of Miss Violet Kemp ? -, :{;' I I I Brought!': to me through the !i Eakirtsis has just!;' been offered anew ; i is your on duty at this office from

William R. Warren left yesterday a I ages.I : appointment" He is able to 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the
afternoon for Jacksonvilleen I sigh as I see the things I've done I accept it because it does not in-I purpose of delivering con'
Mrs George' Albury and daugh-1 I I by Marjorie Thompson and Helen! 'route to Mexico City where he 1 F A: At A i} And realize my real life is I velve His ret rp to Greece. plaintt. Help m give yon 100
Barbara, assisted by Mrs. j i' Marie"Stone. i wilt attend the convention of International ( I I jnst begun." i The colonel has been invited by I II percent service by tmling 51

Louis Moore entertained with a I I I Those,present were: i if } Rotary.A. II I i I You see, today I'm twentyone.At !'I II' I the Belgian" military mission, if yon do aot receive The Citizen.
miscellaneous shower Tuesday afternoon I j j f Mesdames Tom Johnson, Charles I I I which is organizing' ; Abyssinia .

at the Foyle.residence at I I Albury.. Paul Albury, Rodney Al- R. Beale, manager of the times with pleasure new army to join the Ethiopian: .......e.eeee.eeecceee..
Islamorada honor of,Miss Violet i j f!f bury William Finder Leona Don- Florida East Coast Railway com- And again with regret; general!': staff. He is at present in' --- -------

Kemp, whose marriage to William ! Albory will take place in Key:1'! Foyle, James Carey Louis Moore,I Key West, left yesterday ater- try to forget I Addis Ababa shortly. .
West'on June 24. i The'color scheme of green and i i i i Thelma Pinder, Mabel Hager. Rus- ustine. Spaced with ('m- I Germany's formerly important 3 day.COLDS.
white was carried out in the dec-J|1 cell Pinder, :Margaret Brunswick, i Seems" all too tragic t export trade in sugar has practically .

orations.. i I Charles Carey Everett Carey, I I Now I'm twenty-one. disappeared, according to _
+I
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lowe Lit.i4 T.bkUSalN.selk.ps
Contest prizes were won by :i Sheldon Stone John Russell. Marjorie reports of American trade observers first day.
Mrs. Everett Carey. Mrs. Margaret !|' Spitz, Eugene Russell, John who were spending a few days --- l I'm twenty-one! I in the Reich.

Brunswick and Helen Rowe. The i Pierce, Ralph Johnson, E. R. Lowe, with relatives, left yesterday aft- Victor Moore, now starring in to 5 more miles per gallon cf Now what shall I do? I TONICS LAXATIVE
door prize was taken by Mrs. !! Claude Lowe and George Albury. I ernoon for the home in Miami. Broadway's biggest musicalhit gas than they do, and my oil Get another book

Brunswick. I I I: Misses Jennie May Johnson, "Anything Goes", says: "I costs are as much as 20% less." And start out anew?
The honoree was the recipient ,' Marjorie Albury; Helen Rowe,I I Mrs. Hebe V. Menner, regular bought my new Dodge becauseof Wherever you go:; the storyis On clean, bright pages
of many useful and beautiful gifts j Afar I i :T Elizabeth Albury Barbara :: winter visitor to Key West, left its striking looks...and was the same. Owners are simply So shiny and white.

which were drawn in on a wagon Albury. I yesterday to spend the summer at delighted to find that it gave me amazed at Dodge economy. My new life history 1
her home in New York. amazing and oil 111 be-. in to write. 11
__ 'e ------- gas economy. And yet that's only one of ; ,
,! ; And Mrs. Gertrude Regal its advantages. You too, can
Mrs. Menner Goes \Judge BrowneGives I Mrs. Sarah Robers was a passenger 2953 Decatur Ave, Bedford enjoy the extra roominess,comfort May mv records be clean I I t

; Supper on the afternoon train go- Parkway N. Y., N. Y.. says: and luxury this big,sturdy As I continue to relate- i r
York"I
To New
t ni? to Miami to spend a few days "I've got plenty of friends who Dodge-for a trifling few dollars ;: My future unfoldOn -
1 with relatives and friends. a brand new sate
of than the
'' B. own small cars, but none more lowestpricedcars. USE .
am now going to'my New Judge Jefferson Browne entertained Worthier" deeds I've done
them save money the way my List price now only $645 (
,at supper, in his apart- John Piader wi'o attending: After the day I'm
York home and expect J > return was twenty-one. ,
# men 1" ilnday night: **f-, B.,. C. the department convention of tie new Dodge does. I get from,A. and up at factory, Detroit.
West home in*the fall, : ----- -- --- ----- IT'S PURER
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to !
my Key I ,
Papy, in appreciationof _'the American Leff-on: in Dayt1 na \I E
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asuiuait"blrs., { Hebe V. Men-I splendid record he' made as a I II ( Beach, returned ywterdiy.William : -- --- -- ----1 I1 t I Once numbering 19.000 members -I I If f LASTS LONGER!

ner, before leaving for New York member of the House of Representatives the Kansas G. A. R. reportedthe f I l
COLLEGE 'GRADS' FIND OUTLOOK number slumped in 1935 to LS\l d
yesterday afternoon. 'I it is shown. = Nckoa. who went t. .. \ ICE REFRIGERATORS l
367 with about 50 able to
Judge Browne's guests were: Jiiami to atte.ij! funeral services only
r
mJIrs., Menner has partially re-1! Hon. and Mrs.' B. C. Papy, Mr. or his broiT-: *', Eme' covered from the! fracture of the and Mrs. Victor R. 'Moffat. Mr. Ion the iporai:'g twit yesterday.Mrs. FOR JOBS BRIGHTESTINYEARSAmerican "youngster" is H. I. MerrjU. + Made of all metal-equipped I

left tibia suffered some weeks and Mrs. George Luca. .Mr. and Wichita, who is 85. with WATER COOLERSThey're
I
ago and feels sufficiently recovered -'' :Mrs. J. Lancelot Lester. Mrs. RayG. Fred Matthews, who left Li
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to undertake the trip she said.' Bush. Mrs. Illma Louise Wilkins l L.st week with! her mother. Mrs. liT \1.' .rr. ) formerly given hih ;school gradu- }y r t Economical
,Before entraining Mrs. Menner, Mrs. May Malone Messrs. LEG Lopez, for a short vi.it: in Mi college students who oly affected '"Y .he federal program, ates. 100 Per
Cent
told The Citizen she at one time, Karl O. Thompson and Ray Brid- ami. returned ye terdry on tie! are doffing their caps and gown!i requiring trained men. i I Graduates Expect Lets t Refrigeration s
told people she was a New Yorker; welL Havana Special. j Big Industry Demands: Heavy ,i It : Satisfaction 1
also is gene al'y agreed
but now she tells her acquaintances -' and rolling up tehir sleeves ap-1! Some col'eircs! rind larger indus- .
and friends she is a resident- Thomas Resell: special dcrtty jtiv i making! ? heavy demand on among: the i laeement bureaus: that Priced at '
On
j Bingo Party parently face a kinder future tb... students ITS going: forth with! more t
of New York and Key West' because -; sheriff at Islanu-rsd-i. arrived yes-J ,|Ithe I .-=chjol-, for graduating students r '
molest! hones than they bad in the
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her time i is spent equally i\ Thursday Night terday for a short visit with his did their mate of the .last few I' although: smaller businessessic l.cm They will- 30 35
years. express a
between these cities. family I 1 I reported laxgin in absorption. : and
j I i ;: I in': ness! to tr.kc jobs at lower salaries -
A Bingo party will be sponsored years.A Ii, of college products.: Q
!! the American Legion 1'II Mr. and Mr.George K. Tlorn.1 i than e r.too in the period EASY TFKMS-10 DAYS
Garden Club To by sureof; college. placement'' Main; of the 'l.-xjnient ,.rcaus prior to and right after 1929. and
ITvEE TKIALTHOMPSON'S
of Arthur Post.2 ton. who were spending
Auxiliary Sawyer I ajrrcKhowcci' that business!;' and they also less rapid
bureaus shows Tad students expcc-
i ?sting promo-
Hold MeetingThere I I v:cation in Ker West, left yebler-
Not 28, in the Legion Hall on ; industry are a I 1 i Whitehead street Thursday eve-I{ fay. for Miami. finding employment nio--a read.ly i|i j,I I American cam -:: for material to I ICE CO.

will be a meeting; of the ning.i I tins' in recent years Some directors -' tin.n: in particular fiel i:. Chemical a t INC.

Key West Garden Club heM 1 i{I The affair will start promptlyat Mrs. Camille Moomaw, who regard 1935 as the best year an'J. certjiii "!Ie::! o' engineering PALACE
Thursday afternoon beginning!': at 8 o'clock. Various prizes including come in Sunday for a short stay since 1929-the beginning of the Industrie are reported maing Phone No. 8 :.,
4:30 o'clock at the home of bAs':: a door prize will be, v,ith relative. anl friend, left depression.! | crerter demanu titan: almost any Williaisi Haines in

William R. Warren on Eaton awarded and refreshments will be:, yesterday,afternoon: for Miami and I Governmental l agencies are being : -',other" fielJ o THE MARINES ARE COMING
:: will retu-n 'ate: in te; week for Noel Coward in I fi! I '
to served
free.
street according announce-;i I credited in come'I'eas for improved i The smaller; .anizations, su h THE I 1 Lr
ment made today. i i Those in charge of the affair :a longer cta). I SCOUNDREL BUTTE
I I employment of graduating ae: ilepsrtm! : 'toris, are tending I ,,
A request is made for a large promise 'everyone attending an. itudents. Engince!!: a'e particular- to rtnrt vo'.lotre l students in jobs Matibee: 10-15c Night: 15-25c II 1
i Mrs.\ Lucille I:: 1l left yesterday I t
_attendance. I j( enjoyable evening.
I .
afternoon for ,*- home in Miami ----- -
-- after a short iiit in Key West as

I CARD OF THANKSTo the guest < f Mr.\ and Mrs. William
EDEN RESENTS

YOUTHFUL LABEL I the many friends who were I W. Denveritt. I

-r so kind and solicitous during the! Mrs.\ Leon MrFarla J. who: camei '
Illr A..M-li>lr
LONDON', June 11.-Anthony beloved husband and father, wed of her brotlwr-in-law, William D 0 II GE4LYMOUIH

Eden, Lord Privy Seal!, will celebrate ,extend gratitude. To the many : (Jelly) Parks, :.Ld remained #

his 38th birthday on June who use of gave automobiles.florals and we offered give our the I!j' until afternoon after the for V.ieraL her *.ome left yesterday in" Miami -- ,

12 and he is thoroughly tired of heartfelt thanks. Memories oft 1 accomrun:od by her tnree

being called "young Mr. Eden" in these kindnesses will ever remain 1![ Lildren.

the British preas."Evprybody with D.. .
always calls me MRS. WILLIAM A. PARKS AND Mrs. UH' la G.rsU: ye-terdav

',o ng'." he said, 'and1 I knowi, FAMILY. junll-ltx afternoon to attend the summer
how maddening it can be. It' cession of schoul at the Universityof

doesn't matter how gray my hair: Wayah Bald 5.400 feet high Georgia. .- ,., :..i 1f ; W'' w
inn ; ez
I '7' :,
becomes-it still goes on." I the Natahala national forest near ,_ :: ? '

Eden has been a member of Franklin,. N. C., is said ,to be the Mrs. Char'otle' Roberts who was .
Parliament for 12 and almost fpendinw hi!e rift relatives and
; years only mountain in the Kouthrn
continuously since 1926 he Appalachians with a motor road friends, left yesterday aftsmoon:
has been actively engaged in important to its rak. for her home in Hoir-tstead. I : SERVICE

foreign office duties. I j I o MYJq
Mrs Edwin Roberts left over
Reputedly the best dressed man While the United States increased -
the East Coast for Miami
in: British! politics, he has an air i its exports!of bicycles 3t1: yesterday I
where &her'ft spend a while .
of youth which has surprised hismany per cent in the last year imports with relatives end friends. "-
European hosts during hi of bicycles daring the same period .. .
tours of capitals. i ir advanced 80 .per cent.ITS I I '.
Joseph: Montecir, who: for_
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many was. connected mut
years t .
'
the Key West Electric : '
: TRUE! company '> ? I ,
ByWUeyPadan I Lut is now R resident of Miami -

.1 left yerterJav! afternoon aft.'r a 4 NAVARRO Inc. ,

b 111 visit: of several l days with! tcla- t -;* ,
thes.
r oi1 d.s i'2 601 Duval Street

h Mrs. Lull Maloney and gr,..?d- Phone 600

.tMfSTft' STAR Of 'PUBUS t'Cn. George Maloney Michael n-, x
FIRS ;, yqf/ NERO NUMBR ONE; Knowles, left ytiteri'ay afternoon i
PleTURE- (a c-: PLAYS VlT+f LIONEL for Miami where they will visit sassy
8AMYMOW OK( THE
1OLAND VAS VEST e4 { '11 '%rp, "J FIRST TIME SINCE Mrs. Msloney's dughter, Mrs. : ___ Joins Dodge and Plymouth

pt111 lARWMORi LAUNCHED William KnClwi:=as. i._
h .
AIOUM ON A St,3E
.I II W't PAREER IN'4 seoePtRa I
,+ Mrs Emerson Archer and two

rK 1 children, who were visiting Mrs. We Maintain Expert Mechanics and
I Archer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
Allan Knowles and other relatives.

41' 4 ; ITTRS UE: i left yesterday: afternoon for Miami Special Equipment to Service Dodge and
{
; j., I j accompanied: by Mr. Knowles,

'. 7uNeEcLt3ra' u.kw who will spend! a fen days with the
r k + y
family. l Plymouth Quickly. at Reasonable Cost


FRUIT SHIPMENT
MATTER how,little or how big the job,we'd like to show you
I.wGw,. IT PAYS TO, GET NO why our present customers say that we can always give aenrr ,
-.. !i AT LOWE'S STORE ice on your car or truck that's just a little bit better than the bentyou've
I I had before.

Regular weekly shipment of I Approved SERVICE ON YOUR We're proud of the fact that our customers are our friends.."

EL fruits and vegetables will arrive. We've done everything we can to provide the equipment and to

t tonight: by truck for Lowe's Cash'' CAR OR TRUCK secure.the trained men for the kind of service work you want. WeRe
l' Nil tARAYMJtf f1b A 5 Grocery 1117 Division street. this service business from the customer's viewpoint as well

COorYAw large variety of both fruits and i iI ) You bought your Dodge or Plymouth beany of these materials are to be replaced, costs so as to make a service job as inexpensive for you, both in
1 vegetables is expected to arrive'' cause you decided it was a good value for make sure that you get genuine Dodge or tie and money, as possible.

,: early in the evening. { your money. built right, of the right Plymouth parts and that they are installed When you're in to see us, take a few minutes to look over the
materials. You didn't make and that vehicle is in the
any mistake your adjusted brilliant line of
new Dodge and Plymouth cars and Dodge -
com: er
I Subscribe to The Citizen. either! Dodge and Plymouth are made of manner approved by the manufacturer.Then cial cars and trucks we're showing.
DNS IORN IN the very finest materials engineered to your car or truck win last longer,

4CINft t UttYMOtt AiAES ncU'T a wocec M txmcnON_ svc+ ENJOY I MONROE THEATER I II cut service to the absolute TnTniTnnm- When run better, cost least for upkeep! Come Where Yoa Will Get Genuine Dodge and Pfymoirtfa Farts
VfyiMwa CM id SlKi trraY Id INTti>KX KCOdATING A!AM AVOCADON- I Double FeatureWONDER
? VA ttH THAN AWOIOU/ DESIGNED HtH.ON tiOUYVGDO HOMt ?

TrS TRUE! that Joseph Calleia was born on the Isle of Malta: I and- BAR DODGE SIX PLYMOUTH DODGE COMMERCIAL CARS and TRUCKS

He is part Italian, Spanish German and English" says-artist I JUSTICE OF THE RANGE S645 and up SSIO and up S36S .." asp S49S aad asp

Padan. "He made his debut in London as a harmonica player, J I Mati_: Bakery lOe; Orch* Price F. O. B factory Detroit tnd.nwcf/ to change without notic Tim pjmnt to ft four toJfet. Ant for tit eOeitt CAf7fer Motor Comm uofal Cntfit Plan
later became a Scotch comedian and is now-a screen villain." 11 1 Ira, 15-20 Night 15-25 a





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