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 13, 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
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System ID: UF00048666:00040
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Associated Service.Press Day Wire f) l 1)11 W Key West Florida, has the

For Best 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the 1Eb,-" { r t5.t

range of only 14 FahrenheitVOLUME


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Commissioners Apprised That LOANS TO HOME JUNIOR PATROL ORGANIZATION IN Roosevelt Administration Determined To I


State Board y Makes' Call For ,

:I Bring About Political Reform I

I I Organziation meetings for the' and junior police patrollng. Girls. Despite

Offerings. Of County[ BondsVarious Key West Junior Patrol were ,I in the patrol for the most part,;
,I, completed yesterday aftenoon at. will spend their time and energyin i

t. ALL INTERESTED ARE URGED I|i B ay view Park and today the full beautifying the city through the i ii I Disapproval Of Many Issues Involved
TO MAKE APPLICATION!|i strength of the youthful organization -i{ cultivation of flower gardens and

Other Matters J. SHEA COLLECTS was swinging into action on ,,, the like at their own homes. 0 I .
TO CORPORATION PRIOR a summer program of help to the' From time to time picnics and -

Are Heard.At 'Regular MANY SPECIMENS TO JUNE!:: 27 !: rehabilitation Along a variety of Key of West.fronts the I, will morning be given mstinees the patrol at the members theater I'! NEW STATE LAW CALLS FOR PAYMENTOF 1 1i i Huey Long's Urge For In-

!, patrol will spend its taking active the Sanctions 1
energy: taking an part in -
Meeting Held Last Evening LOCALWATERS I an active part in the civic program designated; to the patrol. i I! RETAIL LICENSE BY MERCHANTS i j vest'gatioD Of Farley

I Urban home owners who are I, designed to restore Key Yesterday; afternoon. Senator I I

in involuntary default on their West to economic stability. Arthur Gomez addressed members Proceedings DiscussedIn

mortgages are warned to file Beautification sanitation, junior of Sections One, Two and Four. I TO PROVIDE PUBLIC SCHOOL FUNDS II

REPRESENTATIVE OF NEW their policing beach patrolling, de- Besides Senator Gomez the patrol j I General WayBy
applications for relief: loans ,
of ball and
At the meeting of the board of velopment diamonds members heard J. Gerry Curtis]!
YORK AQUARIUM HAS AS- from the Home Owners' Loan parks and similar! activities are to director of operations in the Keyi i j APPLICATION BLANKS MAY

cat, commiiionert held last SEMBLED MORE THAN ONE Corporation by June 27, less than be those of the: patrol during the I'| West Administration; Arthur 11'1|I I BE ACQUIRED AT THE CITI PUBLIC PLACES
summer months. Older children in 1 Sheppard scpervisor of parks; HERBERT PLUMMER
three weeks when the 30- M I
night Clerk Ross C. Sawyer an. THOUSAND THUS FARJ. away the patrol will undertake development I and Jack Mathews and Victor Larsen ZEN. BANK OR TAX COLLEC. TO BOIL \WATER t
day ;extension for
Bounced that the* State Board of period new ap- of ball diamonds and parks : supervisors of Section One.f fI WASHINGTON. J..e 13.-
I I I plications will expire the Homer and patrolling of the beaches. The Key West Hospitality! Band i j TOR'S OFFICE i

Administration was again ca'liag' J. Shea, representing New |r Owners' Corporation states Younger ones are turnig their at- i furnished music and at the conclusion GIVENPATRONS j Were Huey Long of Louisiana

for offering of bonds. An York Aquarium Is pleased with I Under the law loans can be tention to the removal of obsolete i of the program; refreshments i Applications for tate permit to t alone in bit determination to
county th 'success he'has' met with in securing made only to home owners in and unattractive signs in the were served the patrol members 1 engage in the business of selling I!

announcement to thia effect appeared more>than 1000 specimensfor i genuine: danger of 'losing their city; to sanitation, beautification j I anything; at retail can be secured LARGE NUMBER AGREE TO make things uncomfortable for
the tanks since he arrived here I at the office of this ,
newspaper j |
homes through tax sale-'or fore- ---- --- - "Big Jim" Farley, perhaps the
in yesterdays' issue of I I COOPERATE WITH FERA
the early part of the week. from the bank or the tax collector i

The Citizenr j was Notice,broadcast: that he immediately was in Key West upon I I closure.consider: the The'applications Corporation' from cannot persons GIVENS DROPS GEKELER READS I< next Bill No.Monday 724 ,requires June 17.all Senate persons -''I I PLAN TO AVOID EPIDEMICOF "..iarri.h...* demand for a sweep

who are able to carry their inf'invet lift tion.' of the "mitcoa
Present at the meeting were his arrival and within a brief time who Fell anything at retailto TYPHOID /0
present mortgages or 'to obtain SUIT TO REVOKE PAPER TODAY AT
Commissioners Norberg Thompson groups of boys were seen around refinancing elsewhere. Such ineligible secure a permit before July 1 duct, irregularity and dUhonesIr"
[ the docks intent upon catching I and The Citizen is glad to cooperate
,,. chairman pro tern; Wm. n.t|mall fish "for the big fat man who applications merely obstruct KRESS LICENSE, ROTARY SESSION with the local merchantsand Nearly a half hundred of the postmaster general wouldgo
Porter, Braxton B. Warren and; the work of the Corporation -! publicor ,
;l buys and cash. the state; in making available!,
Nathan Niles. pays:: field offices in handling!, : semi-public places in Key unnoticed by .dminUtrmtJouleader
Clerk Sawyer,I The first day Mr Shea purchased -i --- I these! applications. Under pro- f
the cases of real distress. \-i Sheriff K. O. Thompson Chief about $60 worth from boys s persons selling *.
Deputy Bernard Waitc, Frank! and since then has continued to I The same general tests of eligibility REQUESTED DISMISSAL OF RADIO MESSAGE OF GREET-;, at retail without. a permit after I boiled or sterilized water in 4 fi

purchase specimens until at this J apply to newly filed requests July 1, will be guilty of a mis-I' serving their patrons, because of i Probably even Joe Roointoa,
Delaney and Fred Dion. i for loans as are applied to INGS TO CLUB FROM DELEGATES -
he told The he has demeanor. the shortage of water here and
i time Citizen 'I ,!ii democratic
I ;
I aerate leader would
Carl Bervaldi and Attorney Wit'. about 45 different species in the applications now in process COURT; CASE CITED MONOPOLY AT SEA READ TO' Senate Bill No. 721 also pro.: the possible outbreak of typhoid I I i
liam V. Albury were absent due I i collection. f or rejection. The applicantmust I vides that all persons. who sell anything i, fever. (i| hare disbanded. to reply to Long
to attendance at a meeting of have been in involuntary default OF BUSINESS ASSEMBLAGE at retail shall license The
f Among those in the tanks are i pay a i sanitary department of!
chairman of boards from, the dif j squirrels. French angels, Spanish on his present mortgage on I I tax from $10 to $400 plus a percentage -,' the Key West Administration has, when the latter proposed such a.

ferent cities in the state with hogs coneys turbits, English tur- June 13, 1933 unless a default I of gross receipts ranging sent its inspectors to the places I I inquiry.The .
I j|
Governor Sholtz at Tallahassee. i| bits, four eyes pogs. aoa, fish! occurring later is shown to have I Inv ,."...I.. Press) I I II | At the regular Rotary luncheon from 1-2 of 1 percent to :5; pert i since agreements were reached]I

Depository accounts for the',[ tangs!, queen angels, remoras. rock resulted from unemployment or I j TALLAHASSEE June 13.-, today, John J. Gekeler read a tent: dependent on the number of j I and finds that thoifc signing the! truth of the situation i.'.

month of May were checked to- hinds barracudas, batfish horn-I{ other misfortune. The Corporation ; -i i Robert 11. Givens, Jr., of Tampa':. interesting. and instructive: stores owned by any individual or agreement are keeping faith with!i however, administration Kadc-j
talled and approved.Mr. fish porcupines, puddin wives,( was created to protect: honest a ''! : group of individJals.} Only the; the movement to curb if
j I counsel in a court effort to re-;! article on the American flag in' possible]; have no desire to see Farley and
addressed the
Delaney ocean tallys. sergeant majors and hermit l must be secured before outbreak which
any : might come.
yoke the business license of the' commemoration of the ) what lately has come be cui! ,
board relative to reductions of'' ; j I event. to ain
others of the hundreds of species July 1 and the application must' as a result of the extreme water j '
taxes on his property. He was ad:I found in these waters.Arrangements lower interest rates to mortgagors! S. H. Kress and company on the.: which will be generally observed!,;! accompanied by a permit fee' shortage. '!; political parlance "1''arkyisur,

vised that the equalization board i j have been made I I or to save lenders from past mistakes -| claim it constituted a monopoly in Key West tomorrow''. June 14., of 50 cents. '! Places or persons who have t paraded too openly in the tune'
for handling these tax adjustment,. several J or judgment in making excessive I| Eddia! Strunk. president of the: {light.i .
Mr. Shea said, to secure : in violation of the Florida antU The license scale under this act signed the agreement entered in
applications would meet when!]|! shark, amberjack loans. i i (f, organization, presided at the is follows i i,i They do not fear the diatom
jewfish nurse ; as : ( to with the ; department'
Chairman Bervaldi and Attorney: and others of the larger speci I The home must have a value''I trust laws, announced he had re-j I\.I meeting. Guests present were Mr. Subdivision A follow: "j JI I i i tented element within the party

Albury return from Tallahassee. mens. These are expected before not exceeding $20,000, and must! quested dismissal of the proceedings -)i Dow of the Bankers Supply Com-' Class 1-Upon one store the ,, Ilabana-Madrid Club ,])eI-i I as much as they do the critic; m
, -- MV.' Dion was asked"iFhe'tvdhd'like \ ( the end of the-week. "" !I I be occupied by''''lhe owner or-held: in the supreme court. -
to address the board and replied -!!i, Tanks for transporting the fish I, by him as his homestead. The:: "This move has been made"I],[ Rev. P. A. Cox Baptist minister Upon chains of more than one but i Shop Knight's Beer Parlor Colonial !i, in and out of public luc, \\uo

that his mission was practically to New York are on the Steam i i maximum loan is $14,000 or 80'!I Givens said, "as the result of I II with Odes Pogue.A not more than three stores the Hotel Coffee Shop Tynfes': have and are demanding ol tho
the same as that of Mr.: ship Medina, of the Clyde-Mallory j I I per cent of the value of the property decision by the Tampa merchants aj radio message was read sending flat sum; of $50.00 for each said ; Beer Parlor Plaza '; "new deal" political as well as

Delaney and the reply given him]i 1 Lines due to arrive in Key West. ;: whichever is smaller Any(:I| who instigated these proceedings I: greetings to the club from tore. Class 3-Upon chains ofi i Happy Days; Cafe Lucignani Restaurant Ice!; social and economic reform in

also' answered his, MY. Dion's I!: from Galveston Monday night and applicant who has deliberately defaulted -:II that little can be accomplished inI I Rotarians Bill Warren. Bill Baths more than three but not more Cream Parlor; Gardner Pharmacy government
'll I
question. I: Mr. Shea expects to have at that'I! on his present indebtedness -;!'' their fight on the chain store evil' and Sebastian Cabrera at sea en: than mix stores the flat sum of I Blue Heaven Coffee Shop Ra-i; 'Difficult To Justify'
_time 1700 2000 will be rejected. route to the Rotary International! for : It's men such as Norm ol Nebraska : -
from to each said
specimens $100,00 store. : '
I|I (
( that the matter moninV Restaurant Ideal Coffee
Class ,
by litigation
I I comprising 60 or more varieties. |I For the redemption of the I 1| should be pursued no further." j I I II Convention Mexico City. Mexico -' -Upon chains of more Sbe ,. Two Friends Coffee Shop,]' -one -of Farley's., severe:t
STEAMERCATUN j home from, forced sale or in- ,-which: will be held from Junfc but not more than ten stores be'j critics: 'whom the adJn nblu-atiuri
j I i. Givens said a .request for dig Robe t& Coffee Shop. Diaz Fruit;
voluntary surrender such irans-J(f 117 to 21. flat ,.'um of $200.00 for each: said I i ij Stand. Cuba Cafe. fears more 'than it doef Long
missal of thfc- had been sent Rodriguez
DUE TOMORROW SHIPMENTS OFPINEAPPLES fer must have taken place since: to Attorney General case Landis, inI [ Odes Pogue announced that Rotarian -j tore. Class 5-Upon chains of, Oraagle.Inn Beer 'Pa-rlo ; Hello'i ';, The administration eeg in such-
1 1930. Applicant who Jim Day, who is at the U. than but investigation
January more ten not more than an gas; proposed bi
:! ON I II have no present or prospective in-i I i I I whose name general it was Givens brought.said The had 1 S. Naval Hospital in Washington.D. .I fifteen stores the flat sum of I I I House Solano's, Cave Beer Inn.Parlor Shorty's MildredPratt Place.1 Long an instrument capable of

come of any kind are ineligible; i attorney C.. was greatly improved, and, $300.00 for each! said store. Class. I stirring up all aorta of unpleasantness -
VESSEL WILL: TAKE ON FUELOlt. unless their notes are also signed,i i: agreed and that Knight Thompson -, it was stated that he expected to, 6 Upon chains of more than fifI -!j I Thomas Fernandez Ar-, among political independents
& of counsel 1 1II mando Pere! George Watson;
DECREASE NOW by responsible parties such: asj I i Turner Tampa return to Key West abut July 1.i i teen stores the flat sum 100.00 of Norris' stripe.
AT PORTER Sloppy Joe Tropical Club Garcia
Kress also had ,
for the company,
for each said store.I I The whole resolve, itself
relatives. II i I |i question :
I Beer Parlor. Sanchez Coffee
consented to the dismissal. Shop,
I ,
DOCK t I SulxIiTitirn'> B :I to this:
NOTICE Willie Gandolpho Art's
[ After hearing/ various arguments 1 1i Barbecue
PRESENT SEASON WILL SOON J Class 1-Upon one store also*' I IndePendents. who have ;or-
Lumley Beer
Parlor Economical
--- HOSPITAL in the case, the eupreme I
I I i an amount equal to one-half of I taken former political: affiliations
I Restaurant, Boy Blue Cafe Adams
I referred it the Hills- ,
court to
Steamship Gatun of the Standard END ACCORDING TO NUMBER ABOUT BONDS one percent: of the gross receipts ; to support the "new deal" are
t Cafeteria. Hicks Coffee
] circuit court to j Shop
Fruit and Steamship Company REPAIRSSTARTEDi, borough county 1 from all sales as defined in this' finding it increasingly difficult! to
OF CARS NOW COMING of :i RoKtrt Smith's Barbecue Gibson .
i take testimony on questions
art. Clays chains of
is due in port tomorrow I justify..arleyism. (or what they
I I Hotel Oversea Hotel. Russell
from Philadelphia consigned tot : IN FROM HAVANA I I 1 I fact raised in thr proceedings.I more than one but not. more thanIhrees4orgsalso call the old spoils system) with
loser court has not yet returned -
I I I an amount equal
: the being
Porter Dock The i ) far-reaching reforms now
(" Company. I
pine-j WORK BEGAN ON LOCAL IN-j a report.PERKINS to one percent of the gross!!' receipts Parlor Blackwell Beer Parlor,
vessel 1 will take on fuel oil here. i Indications are that the : __ ON MATUREDAND Colonial Hotel: El Anon and I instituted.
I I sales .
from'all defined in
apple from !I as I They repeatedly have wn
Summer touring parties are being shipping season Key STITUTION THIS i i Cuba Club.jEXTENDS. I
UNMATURCD BONDS I his act. Class 3-Upon chains of
carried on 'the ve*.---h,' of this West U about nearing completion CASE I President Roosevelt disregard:
line and it is expected that later and the schedule of the F. K. C. I WEEK I I -- more than three but not more than i I'I : party lines in the choice of high

in the Reason )large, number will Ferry company has been reducedto 1 : fix stores. also an amount equal I' STAY J I administrative officials and they
he taking advantage :of.the low. three callings weekly except in I : GETS HEARING |6n Page Three of yesterdty's to two percent of the gross receipts I I have heard him declare that in

rates from northern ports to I case of emergency: when extra Repairs ,to the Marine hospitalwere !issue of Tie 'Citizen appeared a I : from alf sales as defined 1 I!, IN KEY WESTRECENT times such as these national interest -
Key West and Frontera. Mexico.: 'I callings wilJ.M; made it wa said. I started this week,, by John, )legal notice issed vnder anthori f in timid act. Class 4-Upon chains j j transcends partisanship and
:Steamship Ozark of the Clyde-!'I' During the' week ending today I Cates and Sebastian Dongo who 'BONUS BILL' CHARGED WITH I ration of the State Board of Ad. of more than nix but not more than I I f i political interest.

Mallory Lines, is due in port tomorrow shipments to Key West from 1 1i I were awarded the contract some ministration of Florida, calling for ten stores, also an amount equalto VISITOR LENGTHEN.EN .I Yet, he permits Farley to retain -
night from New Orleans,!1 i Cuba totalled 85 cars of which 13 :': time ago and hare been awaiting SELLING PROPERTY OF offerings of mat red and unma- three percent of the gross receipts i his official and political *fj -

4> en route to Miami and Jackson contained' pineapples? in bulk. I: instructions! to proceed with the tpred Road and Brie Highway from all sales as defined in TIME TO FIVE INSTEADOF j flees in the' administration, a dual i
LOCAL FERAI this Class 5 chains of
ville. [ The crated pines were transferred ;; project. or Refunding I onds of Monroe act. -Upon ; role which has been denied to

tighter i Medina, of the ; !:|: from box cars into refrigerator -1 I When the call for bids was is-1 a 1 county. more than ten but not more than TWO WEEKS others..

lines, is due in pqrt f&mt'I I; cars: and when shipped ,! sued by the United States Public i I' These oerinsill be received -,i fifteen stores also an amount! {I No Move Seen
I Being told I Dr. Rexford G.
night from Galveston route to their destinations were in 124 cars j| Health Service the bid of Cates)I W. II. PerVins. generally known until! 10 o'clock on the morning -J' equal to four percent of the grossreceipts y i i I The answer may be that Mr.
i t 1 I Tugwell that the climate of
I from all sales definedin Key
as "Bon-is Bill. was yesterday of Jun 26 pad must remain,i as
Charleston and New York.CHORAL including the 13 cars of fruit in and Dongo was announced as the : j Roosevelt still is determined to
bulk. I the award I afternoon arraigned in court of firm for 10 days succeeding: the'''j this act. Class 6-Upon chains West had a wonderfully curative t. but
|I I I most; satisfactory' and bring about political reform,
i I Total shipments of the fruit to ; given;: out. The bid of the contractors -I I Justice of the Peace Rogelio offers or thrc..gh Jaly: 6 i I of more than fifteen stores also!' action on those suffering sinus' i that he considers it the better
GROUPPLANSMEETING date from the beginning of the 1'II I I was $6,736.Specifications I Gomez to answer to charges of, Bonds which are in default of:I an amount equal to five percent trouble. Arthur Falke decided he ;! part of wisdom to let the pre.-;. nt
(' of the receipts' from all sales would make a trip south and try
selling cots and mattresses flat gross
propertr. offered
j I season several weeks ago approximate call for the re- interest murt le at a :I political machine remain undisturbed -
1365 cars which is in excess -I rnoval and replacement of the entire of tie! Florida Emergency: price with all raft; d
of shipments for the year!I south wall of _the main building lIf l- I Relief Administration.. i or unpaid coutons attached. The act: provides that it shall' be he completed preparations I! It has been said on high an-
I 1934. ]I II and practically half of the section The accused :'s represented by Offerings of these -ends should I unlawful for anyone to sell any- for a two weeks stay and I thority that he will regardless of
and : thing at retail after July 1 unless arrived in Key West.!' He was
his L. A. Harris
attorney. sent in sealed envelope which '
had been torn out this morn- Ile a : the criticism leveled at Farley
If I! when the charges were read waiv.I .: states the store owner has applied for I' fortunate in being accommodated ,
face fho M -
REHEARSAL WILL BE ing before noon.PARTY I on its carry a '''and those for
CON-j| CUBA TRANSPORTS '11 11i I : preliminary examination and i ment that it contains a proposalfor I I and received from the state comptroller during his stay which, instead of ,'|! him in. responsible' keeping
DUCTED AT I I his case will go direct to the'I the sale of Monroe county a permit. || two weeks, lengthened unto five, :I'I'I | sane
1 i 128 PASSENGERSSteamship LEAVES ON I:, criminal court. lie was placed <: bonds, and should be sent to the ; "I am hopeful that those selL I[I at the home of Mr and.3irs Clifford ,i However it Is to assume
THIS EVENING the administration will head off
under bond of $200. State Board of Administration in ing at retail will secure application G. Hicks. {
I i F.. R. Seff. engineer with the 1 care of W. V. Knott treasurer,I I' blanks early next week: and im- I Mr. Falke) left yesterday after a I jail i attempt to shell "Big Jim"I
I CUBA FOR HAVANAi } state road department on the Tallahassee Fla. mediately file same with me by noon for his home in New York I{I f and his activities such as that

Members of the Key West choral : ; Cuba of the P. and I brldas in court as a witnessto I II : mail," Comptroller J. M. Lee I City with a perfect tropical Un ![; proposed by Long. The leaders
croup, recently organized under O. S. S. company sailed for Havana -i i ---- I I I identify the cots and mattresses >! states. acquired during his rest hourson 'F t may not be at all satisfied with

'the sponsorship of the Key West I,I yesterday aftl'moonith 112 ,I Robert Ortiz and son, v.hoere which Perkins ;is charted; with seIing. { NEW ARRIVAL AT i| "We will have a tremendous the beaches and so completely re-;!present arrangements but they
Administration; will hold' one of I I first class! passengers: and 16 sec: i I' quests of Mr. and Mrs. Gonzalo''''' Asked if he could identify: task in passing on 30,000 appliea-: | lieved of his sufferings that he'''; will permit no moW, if they can

their weekly rehearsals tonight at ond class. Of the 128 passengers,i Bezanilla. left yesterday arter-I|I them. Mr. Neff rep'ied he cot)14. J. COBO'S HOME!I, lions and issuing 30.000 permits t tI [raid he feels like a new man. I I i prevent it, which would tend to
the studio at 414 Simonton street I I there were 100 who embarked at :I noon on the S. S. Cuba There were no further: questions: ; between now and July 1 and the I make the situation worse.

The meeting starts at 8 o'clock. Key West and 28 at Tampa. I vana and from there will go to]I II I asked. I only way in which this can be NOTICE J
George Mills White director of I The vessel also! carried 10 tons Cojimar. famous summer resort in : done will be through the wholehearted Mrs. Camille Moomaw
the music section said this morning of freight ti ht automobiles 102!I Cut... I} EATS WAFFLE EVERY DAY Mr. and Mrs. John Cobo. 1031 !s!;1' cooperation of the re-f. All Knight. of Pythias and Py Permanent Waver and Beauty

: the rehearsal was for all sacks: of maiL I I I They were accompanied by I I Catherine street, announce thai i i i fatten and this office. I pledge thian Sisters are invited to attend Culturut wit returm to
voices. lIe plans to go through a Ferry Palma returned: to port Misses Ana and Celia Fernandez I CLOQUET. Minn. Charles,i: birth of a nine-pound boy on '!!'complete and hearty cooperation j the Flag Day entertainment
number of chorus arrangementswhich : yesterday afternoon from Cuba;and Miss Esther Bezanilla. dau i Williams, waffle maker at an inn I(I I Tuesday afternoon 2:30 o'clock. t't'I j I on my part and I know I can count I'I'I j to be given at the hall on Friday BERLIN SAWYER'SBEAUTY ;,

have been received. All with 12 carloads of pineapples.!I ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bezanilla. h-I 1,in this city hasn't missed eating; a I I Both mother and son are getting | on those who sell at retail giving June 14. at 8 p. m. { SHOP
members of the group are urgedto 4,550 crates; 113 sacks of mail:I will I be guests of the Ortiz i, waffle for breakfast for the last J I along nicely. The new arrival i;,me their full cooperation in- making :-] J. WINFIELD RUSSELL, Tomorrow (Friday) for .a i.-
attend. and 12 miscellaneous cars. 1 J Ifor I several weeks. ten_years. has been named Nilo. this act effective." Junl3-ltx K R. S.1! definite stay f

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FLAG DAY ........................
iU!' Jtf Nmble: Hands Of 1,000 Women Help In Manufacture Of Dodse.' Automobiles Today's

FubliaheA ally xeept Sunday By Tomorrow is :Flag Day.
TIIK nTI;.:\ PIBLI! HI\G TO. INC.I ,4 Anniversaries
Among all the national emblems in. /
*, P. ARTMAt... PreaUeatJOB r ........................
ALLfN. AMliUaat Baolaeu Ila.agerFrom the world the American flag is generally I t
The OtUen Bulldlne I 171 i2-Frances D'Arolay (FanCurner -
Corner Grrena and Ann Streets conceded to be the most beautiful. It was I 1\ ). English novelitar -
,.> '. born Di 4 J.in 6, 1I().
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monro officially adopted by the Continental Congress 4t rfG

Couaty. on June 14, 1777, in a resolutionwhich 4w 71-I are McCoy. Baptist
Entered at Key Went, Florida a* second class matter I mi-ionar: to .the Indians of the
provided that the flag be 13'stripes ,,.. .
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I Mtl < rthweH Int+ian agent! heron
of alternating red and white, and that the II1tS tom ry ,)oneer, corn in Faj
Meather .( .M A-wt" Prey I ette Co.. Pa. Died June 21, 1846
The Associated Pre* is exclusively: entitled to use "union" be 13 white stars on a blue field. ,3QaR
for repttbllcation of all news dispatcher; credited to I t 178h.nl leh, Scott amon"
Originally 13 stars were arrangedin
it or not otherwla credited In this paper and also 1 (the couiur>'s great <*>tdtrs, gen-
the local ..w.published here.'NATIONAL a circle, ,and it was at first intended to < {y at !, m1+ in the War ci 1812. command-

add an additional star and an additional er-m-chief in war with Mexico andt
EDITORIAL \ opening: o* Ci:ilar.. Presidential -
I JJ ASSOCIATION) I.I.I stripe for each new state admitted into the t y } calumniate horn near Pe
C/y 193'5 ? tin; ursr Va. D dlt West!
--- Union. !3 4 Point. N. Y.. May 29. 1866.
nacniPTio-v! RATE But after increasing the number of 1L <
One Tear _.. .. .._m __w_ __ .. $10.00 t tr J 1791-Thomas Arnold, famed
__ ____ __ _.. _. ion of
Six ;Months : 5.tO stars and stripes after the admJs. e school headmaster" b< .
Three Months ____ __ ..__ ._ __.._ ..__....__ .50 __ English ru-
__.._ ... .__ __ .. ___ Vermont and Kentucky, it became evident Died June 12. 1842lSli991'hili : .
One Month n' .. ._... ._ .._.:___ ..ISWeeclY of the One of the 1,000-odd women
... ._ ._ .. .._._. .___ .SO workers the Dodge factory .
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; that a further number of stripes would I bile bdies: is put on a George
ADVERTISING RATES inine hands. This t pictured at work, inserting nctedment"an soldier and In-
llade knows on; application. make the design of the flag less beautiful, I woman striper at the e I sand plugs into foundry cores. than isthte"" born at IxesUrg.
SPECIAL NOTICE so it was decided return to the 13 ornamenting the The plugs are small and many are : Vs. Diet: in Detroit :March 20,
0 needed to close the core vents. 18l>5.
All reading motkea cards of thanks resolutions of stripes, representing the 13 original states, Coupe body. One yra '
That the task which calls
respect, obituary notices, eta, will b. charged for at two steps backward is why
the rate of 10 rents a line. and add a star for each new state. Thuswe if have learned for deft touch and manual dex- i 1821: -C.>K4A,TO V. Fox. Lin.coin's .
Notices for entertainments by churches from which have our present flag, with 48 state -your: you hand is minus Dodge factory,batteries of weaving mach terity rather than for strength is: : AssMant! Secretary of the
a revenue Is to be derived are S cents a line. after tremor"that has for spinning loom around ignition and regarded as one best performedby I N.-ry, the "Tains" behind much!
The Citizen Is an open forum and invites discussion and 13 stripes.In to play! havoc with wire cables are "manned" by women. women. I <>f the naval operations of the
of public issues!' and subject of local or general commemoration of the adoption of .. i CivilVar, torn!. at Saugu Ma*.
interest but H will not publish anonymous communl"alloaa. -- '---'- - -- -------- -- --- Died
-' -- .:, in New York City. Oct. :29.
'( the flag in 1777, June 14 is celebrated 1 I I
I most of the Plains 1883.
h throughout and

The administration throughout the nation as Flag Day, with 1| West Gulf States. Wjlbston ji.D. 1858: Hilton A. CIKCIIV.
struck out on a KEY WEST 1 [ WEATHER McRae.
appropriate ceremonies intended to impress .. 2968 incnes.. andTBrownrtilllti
fowl decision. JIff :nati and Detroit journal one 01
,>. >- all citizens with increased respect DAYS GONE i i Texas, 29.84 inches alit continues:: the foamier! of the newspaper|

and reverence for the flag, and all for .* WEATHER i moderately hurh. from te lower t chainborn in Detroit.. Died) (tot
Happenings tier. Just I Lake region southward!! over the", 11. 1930. .-- ..
Never marry girl with. -the j ,name which it stands. Ago Today At Taken : .._. _....._.. .__ ._90: !1 South Atlantic and East Gulf
.J\nne-A is an indefinite*,article. | ... '; 1" The Files Of The __ ___ ____h..._..80' (Tilt 8 iv m., : States. Louisville Ky., and Jack.] "J.ek..sittr. I..adiag .
!I 85 Key West and Vicinity ; fonviUe. Fla, 30.08 inches. Show- I THE SEMINOLE
SWINDLING: THE FAT :: i :..::-:::'::':::-::::::::'.82;: cloudy tonight; and ers have occurred during the last .
Must be in the Roosevelt blood to call Flag Day Jnne 14 I '
I .
i 24 hours in Texas!'! North Dakota. ;
others liars. Teddy was 'a pastmaster at Due to the present feminine desire i nerved in key West the l lower Ohio Valley, the middle )
i in entertaining: and : ,>itatif n T.In.'I.I I Atlantic States. and western Flor- '
this. for slim figures, thousands of women are program under the : .211 Ins r .. I ida. the rainfall being heavy at :i"gl
being swindled by vendors of alleged fat- Key West Lodge oil: R .,rr. ::..-.r period aS Abilene. Texas, 1.98 inches and I.'i : t i"\\!tei
.:Iks. The wilt l ...... Iht* _r.._. I I :
One reason why gentlemen prefer reducing preparations, which have no I program '. Almanac oIV Tampa FUL, 1.88 inches. Tem- J. '
Park i :
at liayview ( somewhat above, 9j,1'11.
blondes is that they are easier to see in the value whatsoever.Put o'clock. The committee '' ____.... _.. 5'17 a. m. I 4 peratures are of .
normal! in most sections east
dark. up in the form of "fat reducing of arrangements is c 7:17 p. m, l 7
maxi- :
1 and
the Rocky Mountains
chewing ," or "fat reducing gum Arthur Sheppard, \V L. I, :: : : .:::::.:: 5-28 p. m.1! 1y morning'I mum readings above 90 degrees
gum Andrew Page and examina,4........._. 3.24: a. m. occurred in northern .."_du.. FUrUa
A; person is judged by the way he drops," some of these fake cures are quite !Maher\ One of the '. Tides k:4Partly: ;I and central yesterday Florida.G. Oil*. B. GIMNFR Manage

meet his obligations, more so than by his attractive, but several of them, which have rodes on the program I A.M. P.M. Cloudy Th S. KENNEDY A where human yon will home-like find your laslltntlon......wt
associates. been analyzed were found to contain history of the flag by : ..__ 7:28 9:18;I j bly thundershowers Friday 'I Official in Charge. e+nilrt and .....r...._. .. a matter
S ed Ruler Arthur ___.12:52 2.38 1 uf great importance.A
nothing conducive to slenderness except a !Ito moderate east and -a-
a. m. today: .......
effect. i. 1 11.-1 b.IldIeg
drug having slight laxative I i WESTCOLONIAL
a mnds.
There is plenty of call money,. they "Are You a Booster or 1 la lie keart t Ik city
These reducing remedies are. usually a Rooster?" With this I Florida: : Partly cloudy : HOTEL -
Well we've called and called but it
say. I Tab
accompanied by instructions to eat only the Oversea Highway I of medicine Friday local thunder: II I and Every Shower Room UatlRadio.with Combination. Electric
won't listen. next week begins a drive I Jacksonville to Florida : In the Center of the Business Ceiling ran, Slat Door for Summer
half much food usual to take long
as ,
as bership in the or I i Gentle southwest and and Theater District Ventilation Comfortable lieda with
walks, and be sparing in the use of bread which everyone in Key exercises will be i ever north portion and structlon Mattresses and of Inner Individual' Spring ReaA On-
:Man was not clothed in pre-historic and potatoes. Following these directions ale interested in the evening in the Con east winds over south ; First Class-Fir.proof- ,&Ing Lamps
times and if we keep on we will soon be the desired result of the city shoula belong Children of weather fair tonight and Sensible Rates RATES
would tend to secure ,
and will take put East Gulf: Moderate i mugs
where we started. Booster every II I 7* R__.. Private natk _____ aX*
course.(without the chewing gum and gum should separate himself and the public is I southeast winds.WEATHER. I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI HO R_.. Private. Ha.k _..m' s.ae
drops. I initiation fee of $5 and eq Rnm.. Private Bath gas
I _.. Bath 3LS*
:Z4 R** Private -
The politicians who have the courageof Doctors tell us that it isn't healthful' the dotted line. The Sr., formerly: i Car... Elevator I. Sample R__.. Private Bath ...*
have neglected to join 'i Popular Prices !IIGIIT INrRF.K: FOR UOLBLROCCIPA
their convictions will go farther in: for fat people to be slim, anyway.UBe Roosters who want to was driving an I Pressure is low this : CVElectric ;

their chosen profession than those who yourself" is their advice.BUSINESS send in their names tt :Miami when the .
into that of anoth
continually straddle the fence.A become actively allied .
organization. it over an-I 1 one YO.AT ...,. .' .
GAINS was killed Mr. .....................................
Missouri jury has decided that the Following: a residence accompanied by his
I y both escaped i
allusion to a person as a "stormy petrel" Signs over the country generally indicate years at Tallahassee
ferson B. Browne and Mrs.
ia not libellous, though we should think that business is making substantial have returned to Key : :;;;;; : Mbny' peo

most anyone would find himself hurt by gains. In fact, the upward swing has will make this city their fall down on their IEEP

being referred ta as a "sea buzzard.:' Perhaps gained sufficient momentum that alreadysome home. Judge Browne thing to say woald COqL
appointed judge of tile lie down on their
too sensitive. leaders discuss- i
we are of the farseeing are Judicial Circuit and j

ing measures to prevent prices and speculation upon hu duties at once. i

,The human animal is a queer crea- getting back to the 1929 level duringthe L. Mackie has isI I '
Initiation 01 new to the marriage
ture. A great percentage has defectiveeyes coming years.In Troop 4. Girl Scouts of Miss Florence
or ears. Eye glasses' and acoustics Atlanta the Journal points out the \,as'one of the to Noel Solomon j

have been invented to aid nature in sight increased building permits, "which rose tures of the two weeks 30 in the First _
Immediately l Fans
and sound), but the hard of hearing are from a value of less than seventy-five Long Key which the girls
enjoying. The girl scouts wedding there will
ashamed to wear their gadgets, while thousand dollars in January, 1933, to one making the camp under: at the residence :

those suffering from myopia or hyper- hundred and eighty-seven thousand dollarsin tion of Mrs. A. II. ; .

Tlu..trtevcn,} ,take: delight iu displaying! March 1935 and to two hundred and return to Key West

the natural aids to their defects.: '' fifty-four thousand in April." day.. : Lord. week, who from received the i $$1.8.5to $$10.95 Ii

.. ., lilt'''' Sf,_ Similar reports come from other,sections Mr*. :Marvin J. Spence Florida announces

Tomorrow is ,. June 14 of, is Flag otherwise Day.There of the country. of day her received husband! word at of the today in the the opening R"nt'"to<< r

no disputing: taste .
Sanitarium Johnson
[ --- at
we would, say that the American flag is AN ADMINISTRATION WEAKNESSPoint Mr.\ Spence was a world

the most beautiful all nations. How- eran.. I II.the Malone recent who ses-! ICE CREAM FREEZERS g ,
Pleasant Leader
ever, most patriotic Americans; will agree ( ) Deputy United States : l slature. returnM
that the flag is without a peer so to speak Just as an evidence that this column i* not Andre Lopes will leave Tallahassee ac

and those who are privileged to see the blindly partisan and la favor of the admin>tra- for Taraoa where he will Mrs. Malone. They I i 'is 2Qt. 4Qt. 6Qt.I .

American emblem" fluttering in the breeze tion at Washington in everything, ue believe preter for P. Morales In frequently during ijS
takes] the state medical ; capital city. I IS
over foreign soil f>experience a thrill hardto that there is a real weakness at one point and _. --
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describe. that is in the ron.hict of the Post Office Department _._- _--- ''Water
r Coolers Thermos 15
which is perhaps the worst that we have had i t Jugs,

Mesus.I Warren, Bates and Cabrera, during the past forty years. Postmaster General I Your Vacation

local llotarians* are headed for the land Farley is a genial (chap a good fellow and: a likable j ii. S Thermos Bottles ifc

of the "rateros," a.s pickpockets are calledin personality-but he is not art executive, never hasUn ..
If you are going to summer school, or planning >. r .
Old Mexico This gentry i is the slickest an executive, anti probably never will.,.lie an motor will feel ,
a trip, or any journey, you !
in the worlds "Once the chief of police of executive.
safer and more at ease' if you are sure that the
Kansas City 1 yisited)" the capital city alid,. The mail !service is a disgrace. The time between I funds you carry are protected. Let us assist you : 0

when told Wware(: of the slippery fin- cities has been increased.: The cost of the in procuring this protection by converting your = Beach Chairs Hammock Chairs 1

gered onesi- he' pooh-poohed the warning, service; has,..,been increased.! The number of des travel fund intoAMERICAN- 0
and sauntered forth. The fiat day ':she liveries has. been curtailed. Everywhere there is

was relieved of his watch and" the second a lack of the efficiency that in former years EXPRESS TRAVELERS I Folding Chairs i$

day the *//raten'1 snatched his pocket- characterized the service. Bu!'iaess houses and CHEQUESIF

book. After that the chief was con.. individuals are protesting! everywhere.Mr. THESE checks are lost or stolen (un- ./

vinced. Probably the most daring pocket Farley has never been stuck. of 'success countersigned), the amount involved is refundedto j -

picking ever heard of anywhere was u the head of anything and evem In such a comparatively you. In spending them all that is necessary is "Your home is worthy of the best"

when President Porfirio Diaz had his unimportant place as the Chairman of i for you to sign them a second time in the presence

watch abstracted from his vest at the an. the Nevi York Boxing Commission, proved himself I 1 of the one accepting them. I; South Florida' Contracting & Engineering Co. il

nual memorial service in honor of President anything but impressive IB )his leadership. It is -FOR SALE BY-

Juarez. The press of Mexico gave an rather ,unfortunate that the Postmaster Generalship T j Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets \

account of the exploit at the time, treating usually goes to the National Committee Chairman The First National Bank of Key West II:I ,
; the event humorously. Even the president I -and in this instance that: the National II .... ............... ....................

:R, had to grin, Chairman happened to be Mr. Farley. I''I /OOIOIf/IOIo


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trxorsist. to JINnntkcrto1 ftafkmf... seer Sxmert.JfctptM step-. She didn't say 'It to me. only to SPORTS ) t : WHISTLE BLOWING AGAIN).

set -./. has fcnurtrxtlvi father. 1 gather she thought that The Vacation Bible school, Editor The Citizen
: j
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rfrrvtoorf Alias t ( teen opfmadtd "InsideStory"
you were a crook and
Alao..'. *an- oif /*- after my which has Wen in progress' for The writer was very pleasantly!
Ikrr tkHl there tea ometAiae fHI- mon- She stopped dead the words two weeks at the First Presbyterian
ralwtr" Coy IFenfunT action u. I I crpmed yesterday to hear the I
cut off her lips that fatal flash I
.<..*.* a mtetafre to fcJ Alum .!..... t. fc *M ta s._*. and flooding her face. It was as It exhibition of its work Friday evening ;:
.'tt Ali- Laundry announce that 1 i
lad the mtetake it Dafk* the unfinished word p. m.
eoa sad any ere .a "eir wow *. had been written -- at 7:30 o'cloc't. Parents and but 10 minutes )
lime*. there and be could read it."I was away. Again
e.eeeeeSeee..eeeee..ese.1 friends of the members of the

Chapter-22 set stiffly.see." Ills whole face seemed to DETROIT TIGERS FOLLOWING\ I VARELA WINS-I I school revie'T are invited of the msisionary to he present.A biographies -. this tice morning that time: it agreeably to begin: : another j,|

t day's work was at hand. ,
MORE MYSTERY "I wish I did!* It meant net to I VICTORIOUS OVER TENNIS MATCHPeter taught by :Mix Anna Let us" hope that no one will of BeerReading

ALiSON told Guy the entire story. nothing that. She had spoken to THROUGH Whitmarsh will be made. The requirements henceforth find the laundry
telling took some time bide her own embarrassment Hur-f I of better !' whittle. I.
such a nuisance that it
since she must ten him everything rued on with no other end. Can you r BOSTON RED SOX. (By JOVE) will be outlined es they have been t must be quieted because when the ( Time CO Seconds)

from the beginning from that first make head or tall of It! I mean tbe I .e.e..ee.es..e..ea. Varela yesterday in the course of instr lction. toot sound you know just what
letter father her doubts telegrams and, everything* noon defeated Y. Carbonell arter'l The results' of an exploration of t! '
from her I
: : I From the notebook of Water, t' time of day it is jest! how many
and disunities In the train her colas "I don't know..." He said it..slowly. CLEVELAND INDIANS LOSE I j last game of the round the Trail of Christian Living will (I minutes you hare to arrive at I'

to the house at Warley. right up 1 sun abstracted and upset. Rose Pickle Dean of the University of !I ,nis tournament which has been! afeo he reported.( Dramatization', your destination and also that at

to her father's sadden change of suddenly. "I say. let's get out of TO PHILADELPHIA OUTFIT; i i|I (Giegers Creek: i in progress for the past month I! of Bible stories is a feature of the least. some business! around town

front last night.A this!" CARDINALS TAKE DOUBLEHEADER -}1 t Mr. James J. Braddock. who j! i under the sponsorship of the rec-! vacation school u conducted in I U not in the hands of the under

waiter waved a card at them He paid the bill; when they were |\\i fights Maxie Baer for the heavy. 1 reation i ijwe'ght department of the Key the First Church.: (taken or on the relief rolls

they chose and ate; but to Alison In the car. he turned up North FROM BRAVESt |I : title tonight was named by 1 West Administation. The match' Members of the school will present I Yours trrly,

at least the straage dishes that drove straight towards Regent's ''his 1 1J father after the great James i'was played in Eav iew Park. in drama form "Jesus at the 1 SAM GOLDSMITH.Key : .

were flavored with paprika might as Park "in silence. Alison* watchinghis "--1 .. Tae _itteal J J. Jefferies. whq was regarded as i* Varela lord the first set 3-6; Feat of Tabernacles." Ii IiJ j, Vest Fla..
well have been sawdust face wondered why her tory NEW YORK June 13.-The the world's greatest fighter at the I f{!
Intent on telling her story she put bad worried him so but she did not 'Detroit Tigers, triumphed over the! time of Braddock's birth. ..Jack: <6-4. Carbonell took the third set adult member of their family as;j'

spoonfuls of soup macaroni with like to ask. They were hail way Boston Red Sox. .4 to 1, with Dempsey will celebrate his 40th!'!,I 63. and Varela won the fourth a "ticket of admission." ......... .............

chicken and oTer-sweetened stewed round the arc of Hamilton Place r Schoolboy Rowe doing the twirl. birthday on the 24th of this j i;and fifth sets both 6-1. i i In History

fruit Into her.mouth as they came when he spoke unexpectedly. ins? for the Tigers allowing the ,,, month. .Barney Roso' victory The winner will be awarded a
along tasting nothing hardly noticing "When's your father getting married opposition only three hits. t over McLarnin last week calls toj|' loving cup by the recreation de LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN I! ................-....... IN ** seconds I can give

what she did. ?" The Athletics downed the Cleve-I I mind that no less than 23 prize I It I t ;partment.Today's. I 1841-First session of the YOU a tip about beer

Guy hardly ate at alL He sat listen. "I don't know.In about six weeks. land Indians. 7 to 5. despite three(I I t 1 fighters have regained' chsnzr>ion- r United Canadian Parliament open- THAT will dividends

lag with strained Interest as it each I think be said." home runs turned in by the Cleve- ships after losing them, which!* eeeee..0..e.0..e00e. LEAGUE i ed. Disturbances between Pro- pay you

word mattered desperately. Once or He considered that soberly. as If land club. should explode that old theory Club- W. L. i vt. I ices of Quebec and Ontario led FOR the ret of your life.
I[I BirthdaysRear .... ....
York 19
New 30 .612
twice he nodded now and again he It made a great deal of difference. The New Yolk Yankees and the thr.t the boys never come tack.: | to union- and confederation in
....... Chicago ............. 26 19 .578 I
St. Louis Drowns divided honors Dizzy Dean takes credit for the eee..e 1867.
] Detroit ....... 25: 22 .532
in twin bill. The Yankees won 267.370 customers who paid their I I .moon.
a Rear Admiral Bradley: A. Fiske -
:ii Boston .. ..._......... 25 22 .532
the opener. Ed Coleman knockeda way into the big leaghe parks onj; of New York U. S. N., retired Cleveland .... .... ... 23 22 .511 I 1857-Storms and whirlwinds J
home for the Browns in the May 30..I where Young Man '' Amt'ric3.-the
run see oldest: Annapolis graduate prolific in Northeastern day
I Washington '. ... 23 25 .479
second uel of Tampa is tryingfor which the astrologers of Eu-
eajix game. QuinUro naval inventor born at Lyons N. on
f Philadelphia ......._ 19 2-i .422
The White Sox triumphed over r another come back and this Y.. 81 years ago.i St. Leuis 14 30318 rope had predicted the earth's'de-
the Washington Senators. Lyons!i makes f i his 16th attempt to do so.i i I .n..m.n. rtruction by a comet-caused EVERYBODY: knows that It

did mound duty for the winners.;j' Twice he reaped $2,500 purses at j!i Gen. Robert E. Wood president NATIONAL LEAGUE j alarm. TAKES: barley, malt, bop.
with Whitehill pitching for the I! Benjamin Field in Tampa. I wish I Ii <: of Sears, Roebuck. Chicago borni Club- W.; L. Pet.
,i Nats. I i :you luck ManueL .When Babe I Ij i at Kansas City, Mo.. 56 years ago. New York ...A......_. 30" 13 .69$ 1886-Insane King Louis of AND yeast to make beer.

x a The St. Louis Cardinals took ; Ruth was handed his unconditional -f St. Louis ..._....nnm 29 18 .617 Bavaria drowned himself in small BUT not everybody knows

f ; both end of a double bill from I release by the Braves. taps were' Francis P. Garvan! of New Pittsburgh .............. 31 20 .608 lake. WHAT else It takes to make

w i the Boston Braves and the world sounded! for a brilliant career that I York, president of the Chemical Brooklyn ..... ......_.. 23 22 .511 THE best beer

I I champions climbed nearer the top' stretched from a Baltimore orphan- I Foundation born East Hart Chicago .................. 22 22 .500 1917-Gen. Pershing and staff
'1 at TIlE truth of the matterIS
of the National League standing age to a one-time! $80,000 a year I ford. Conn. 60 Cincinnati .--."-.'--'- 19 27 .413 enthusiastically welcomed in

The great Dizzy Dealt did mound I I, job-a career that carried him I II j r _years ago. Philadelphia .... ..... 16 27 ;72i Paris. this .

duty for the Cards in the opener from obscurity to the saddle ofi Boston .........._... 11 3: .256 I IT take Enzyme Control.
I!I Lois Weber of Hollywood first J i = 1930-U. S. Senate assed Haw
with Collins and Haines pitchingin that temperamental donkey called i i WHOA there .Hm't let aLITfLE
the second contest. I Fame. He has $600,000 salted woman moving picture director GAMES TODAYAMERICAN I I ley-Smoot Tariff Bill.
and producer born at Allegheny, If word like that
York Giants defeatedthe still first
The New away-and me on my I 1933-President IlemeOwners'
< signed
Cincinnati Reds 10 to 4. The. 100000. .Gene Tunney. the r., 49 :years arg. DISCOURAGE yon.
1 Loan BilL
New Yorkers obtained 16 hits dur- fighter and Bob')y Jones the I LEAGUE IT Is really as simpleAS

I I ing the game. I golfer, retired at the height of I I Chief Justice Alfred A. Wheatof Washington at Chicago-Hadtey Ceeee.oeo.e.........eeeeToday's apple pie.

The Chicago Cubs and the Phil- their careers when the adoring' the Supreme Court of the Dis- vs. Kennedy.

]i(lies split a doubleheader, while the 1 shouts of the crowds rang in their trict of Columbia born at Nashua, Boston at Detroit-Ostermucller" Horoscope

[I I Pirates- downed the Brooklyn i ears-Tunney after he had beat- N. H., 68 years ago. or Rhodes vs. Bridges. ........................
Dodgers. *ten Dempsey twice and Tom Hen- Philadelphia at Cleveland-Wil-
I I Hildebrand.New You have considerable literary
,(r The summaries: ney once; BoJ.y: Jones after he there' or Marcura vs.
of with disposition
Dr. Tyler Dennett president LouisBroaeavs. ability a gentle, winning -
York at St.
t I NATIONAL LEAGUE j bed scored' a grand slam of golf.;
I William College Mass., biographer a kind heart and a generous -
First Game of the world. Dempsey Thomas or
J the champion born at Spencer, Wis., 52 years nature. You will make a
,.J". x i At Boston R. H. E.:I also caught on to that trick LEAGUE happy home and also be happy

St. Louis ........._...mnm 8 11 lj,j I before it was too late He could ago. Cincinnati at New York-Two yourself having a feminine domestic
The strange dishes might as well have been sawdust. Boston" .....00...... ...........00. 6 10 2!; have fought Tanney the third 5chottvs. friends will AS Enzyme's job la life is to
William Batler Yeats famed games-Frey vs. Parmelee; f I II feelirg. Many
pat a question; shrewd, pointed Tt_ E said slowly Tm not quite sure I Batteries: Haines. Heuf-ser, J. time and reaped some $500.- Irish poet and dramatist born 70 vs. Schumacher. j l>r made drawn ly sheer force of MAKE thing ripen, each as
1 I I
questions these, chiefly about.her ,....what to make of all this. II'dlike Dean and Davis; Brandt andHojran. 000 for himself. So torrid did I Pittsburgh at BrooklynBlanton the good nature combined with regard FRUITS vegetables and beer.

father's first meeting with Mrs. to think over It- Will you do one the debate rage around that knock- yea.ago. vs. Mungo. for the inherent abilities.RUSS'. THE trouble is, an
Sumers. thing for !" -- down and "lony count" in their Boston-P. Dean or I "
me St. Louis at

Second Game second fight in Chi-ago. that no Bertram Sidney Thomas famed ENZYME never knows
"I don't know much really," All- "Mm Of course!" she agreed Walker vs. Smith.
At Boston R. H. E. attempt was made for another English explorer of Arabia I ENOUGH to stop.
son had to admit."But I believe they readily.What Chicago at Philadelphia-Two J
met in an hotel." "I want you to say nothing about St. Louis ....00000000 ......_.... :5 11 0 battle. But he retired leaving and Orientalist, born 43 years gam'g-Lee vs. E. Moore; War- :' UNLESS It is controlledIT

our lunch today. I mean to your Boston "_.".000000"..___'_".. 4 7 0 I with millions the thought that may- ago. .
Wbo Introduced theme neie vs. Jorgens.STUDENTS i toes right on working
stepmother. I mean nothing aboutme. Batteries: Collins, Hanies and be he bad genuinely and legitimately I 8
"I don't think I gatheredIt '
anyone. Will you do that" Delancey; Frankhouse Cantwell. knocked out Tunney. but had About 75 per cent of the mo- UNTIL! the fruit: is

was just"sort of by" chance. "Yes," she promised at once. Betls and Spohrer Hogan. been cheated out of it. In other tion pictures shown in the Irish LIVE IN OVER-RIPE: and useless..
He said' see .
Then. "Can you tell me why!" I words we're su +estinr that maybe I free state are of American' production TENTS ON CAMPUSi] NOBODY- wants beer that
and after a pause "Go on.
First Game
lie hesitated. Ruth should have retired three 15 per cent are British
And In the end he declared. still under-ripe or over-ripe.
She may be someone I know. 1I'd At Philadelphia R. II. E. years ago. after that afternoon in i and the remainder from, conti- CIGAR STOREDaily
don't understand. What's she got to rather not talk about it till I'm Chicago .._.............._-15 16 1 Chicago when he thumbed hi*I nental Europe. Rr AMOTlatml i'ra., AND that,.is just

do with YVarley sure." Philadelphia ......-............ 054 at the Cub fans and pointedout I IOWA; CITY la. June 13.-! WHERE Schlitz comes in.
nose I -0-
"It's her house- IA city of tents will arise again I II \
"I see Then dou lfully. "What Batteries French! and Odea
: I
; to spot in. the outfield. then More sick SCHLITZ has learned the
a than 1,000,000
He' gave a little nod as It he had poor this the University of'Iowa I'
about my father! Davis and Todd. I summer on
Bivin smashed a home run over that sam Chinese of Shanghai received free Baseball Returns DELICATE job of controlling
expected that; sat staring at They had reached the gate out I campus as a group of sum-! ,,
table. with his fingers into spot and won the series for the I medical attention, at Catholic ENZYMES
Drumming softly Baker Street before he an- Second Game mer school students combine al; exactly.
deep In thought. After a while swered."I At Philadelphia R. H, E. Yankees. lIe would have won the dispensaries there last year says season of camping with the task By Wire AND that's why
be looked and his were ------------------------8 admiration and esteem of the public -1 Catholic Missions.are '
up eyes don't know. What do you I Chicago 10 3 of acquiring an education.
still would have been the SCHLITZ tastes best
aom bre. think!" Philadelphia 00....... ........._11 13 0 and Seventy-five men from manyi; -0-
idol he was then. .There are two members of 100.000 diamond- COME IN AND GET THE AND agrees with you so well.
"Do you think she really.mlxed "If I tell him. he's going to tell Batteries: Carleton Henshaw, I states will bring their entire
Dukes on Duval street. One is 'ball club. .Jack Dempsey thinks ]
those telegrams by mistaken"I1 her. said decisively. won'tIf French and Hartnett. Odea; Waiters families to the university's sum-, RESULTS OF THE
don't know. Alison admit you don't want me to." Frank Carbonell.! Dee 0: Daval I Baer shocld-and better-nail I
Johnson and Wilson. thelwest
Prim in wooded site MAJOR BASEBALL
ted reluctantly. She had tried lie smiled suddenly at her. street and Joe Medina.! Duke of I''i Eraddock inside of five round mer camp a on
while ----
a'rend .
"I'm rather of the Cuban ClatBoth happy- If Guy Bush the ex-Cub campus they LEAGUES0 : -..-
throughout her story not to say any asking a lot. yon At Brooklyn R. 1L F are pitcher t-

thing unkind against Daphne. "I am I note"Noshe Pittsburgh .._..,_.._. 7 13 0 go-lucky fellows. .Branch Rickey I f wins 20 games for the Pirates this courses.and The tents rented are electrically the!! :

smiled back. "I trust Brooklyn ...._..._...__ 3..,8 1,m says'' he will not sell or trade Dizzy season hell win a $75 bet from AI I lighted are ; from CIGARS CIGARETTES
"' university. ,
"Possible yes. .ted, ?. 1011. Batteries: Lucas Birk rand DeaL In spite of all his talking. Summons.' Babe Ruth boasted a "

"I dont Quite see whatpfln t there tore; ; fljoment his expression Grace; Leonard. Babich, }BannsandiLope "e like Dizzy and he likes us. We i' batting average of ..19'hn be Each'year a mayor arid'"cit' \ SOFT DRINKS MY. sixty. 'srx' are up. !
'the '
'In it purp'o JouT"i startled her; be looked so terribly a'' -.J woa't sell him for amount of. the Braves. Max Council are elected to govern ETC. '
!la doing on : *." v 44 > jj& any qjiit Baer: got: '' t SO let' quench our thins
fc upset. Profoundly, painfully m ved. money .Dizzy's hair'' has more* fan mails from England last ctempd Supervised play facilities'

"VTO." lit seemed not'friltS cartals.N ':J I "wonder if I'm being 'fair to At New York jjl R.Hl< E.i, slightly ;ray at the edges tumed'j I week than from us Americans. are available for' children. WITH a cool bottle of

,* """hat did you say 1i'er nwtewaar yom! He said that almost to him- Cincinnati _.._.. i2fc.. 4 8' 1 I result of his squabbles Lefty Grove has cut his daily sigar -- -.-- -- SCHLITZ In brown

< self. Looked round at her with a New York .._ _..._.10 16 0. bosses and teammates lately. smoking diet from 12 to 6. :..Babevents BOTTLES to protect Its
sharp turn of the bead as If he had .1
"Mrs. Sumers. Daphne Sumers. Batteries: Derringer Si John- Eraddock announced that Demp- to buy the uniform he used PURITY and fine flavor.

Why Do you know here lug not made ahead up frowning his mind., Then drove star-the son and Lombardi!; Hubbell and 1 1 sey would not referee his fight I a* a Brave:but Judge Fuchs will ( Victor Moore Says: "it's the Top in Motor Cars")) t

"No. I've never heard the name length of Baker Street out Into the Danning. with Baer. and suggested; Tunneyfor I I not sell it. .And folks I've found

before. She fancied that for a moment Edgware Road. He said as if there __ I I the third man in the ring. Wesley I a formula for keeping young: Mr. S

he hesitated before saying had been no break in the conversation AMERICAN LEAGUE I Ferrell is a great believer of f| Ignacio Cobo has taken!: up bicycle
that."Yonr father hadn't known her "Look here will you give mea First Game the stars and aUars pitches:: according -I I I I riding and he says it keeps you
i I I ::
long" week-no. say ten days!" I At. St. Louis R- H. E. to the zodia:: si.
"No. They only met a few weeks "Yes." She met his eyes firmly. I New York ..........._.........11 15 0 I I interests you, 1,200,000 Americans s I to ride a bike. /:/r. :

ago. By the way it was out la Nice" "You know you're rather a wonderful St Louis ._...-...-.__.-. .470 '-: "', '
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He said nothing but his hand went person!" For an instant his Batteries: Gomez and Dickey I! ,- ," 1

suddenly up to his mouth as It to left band dropped from the wheel Jorgens; Coffrnan Weiland. Andrews -'I iifCl" ATI" I" 1"1"1".11" 1".Jf1i!' / .t

hide it. When he frowned like tbat. no more than touched hers In silent Van Atta and Hemslev,!! ,
be had a deep vertical line betweenhis thanks.
Heath. i! Draught
eyebrows. It wiped the boyish Alison did not answer. She could I
friendliness out of his face made not speak. aaiIa

him almost frightening Alison had They were at the turning Into At St. Louis Second Game R. II. E.I j'!I OLD PAPERS

a feeling that he did not see her Chester Square when she asked New York _--_ 6 13 0,' BreayrsB.tllp.
sitting there on the hlgh-backe( "What about meetlncrWe St. Louis ..........-_..___...- 110 Ij J
wooden settle opposite as If be was musln'L"ne said that firmly
Batteries: Allen Malone. Mur-| ,
looking through her at something "It wouldn't be right"Copyright I 1
far away,'H. asked abruptly."What ( .Hit.StIy if.IVteckJ pay and Dickey; Walkup and i,: ,

did she saT about tear Hem+ley. I
Torfiomew, AUen sees something I I
"I doa't'know'AE5ORConfessed.The
At Chicago R- "- E. For Sale
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Washington ...............-.- 2 5 11 I

national forest reservation!]f ".ros ns iii ..iS":1 Chicago .......__---..--_ 7 13 11 Id i ..............;......... t
commission has approved the purchase t Batteries; Whitehill and Bob Victor Moore now starring in to 5 more miles per gallon of i

of '02.713 acres to be added -I ton; Lyons and SewelL. Broadway's biggest medical gas than they do, and my oil

to national forests in North h If you do act receive year 1 bit "Anything Goes"., says "I costs are as much as 20%less."

Carolina I: paper by 6:15 o'clock in the At Detroit RH.. E. !S 5 Bundles for bought my new Dodge because Wherever you go the storyis I

1 afternoon call telephone 51 Boston ........_._.._.. 130 i 5c I .f its striking looks ...and was the same. Owners are simply

The number' of families on re-; and a paper will' 11. seat Detroit ....._.._..._...._-.. .490:' 25 In bundle delighted to find that it gave.0 amazed at Dodge: eco aID7.

lief roll! in Xorth Carolina declined -, your home A complaint boy Batteries: Welch, Walberg and amazing gas and oil economy." And yet that's only one of i f

4.5 per cent in Februaryas r\:\ it en duty at tins office from Ferrell; Rowe and Cochrane. \ And Mrs Gertrude Regal its advantages You. too can:

compared with January. 6:15 to 7:15 p. mm. for the IR. 2953 Decatur Ave.. Bedford enjoy the extra roominess,com* t Tit Veer! Thai Slade.Uwa.kee
R. H. E.
p.rpoM.f delivering come At Cleveland Parkway N. Y., N. Y., fort and luxury of tbiabie.sturdy
says raoaonaiStmet
growers ._._.._ 7 12 0 \1 THE KEY WEST t'
Irish in the fer- -'
potato j plaint. Help a* give! you 100 Tve got plenty of friends who Dodge-for a trifling few dollars
t { Cleveland _... ... 5 11 2 CITIZENa 1H9MM.1CBLIT1
tile Pamlieo North -
river section of t -
i percent service by Baling 51 own small cars but noDe of more than the lowest-priced
Carolina regard, the crops as poorif if yea do 80' receive The Citi- I.I Batteries: Benton, Caster. Dietrich i them save money the way my cars List price now only $64S I BISVINOCOVPAMT.MUAUMS. .
Harder n ..
and Richards .
barrels they: per harvest acre. fewer. than 100''j ..e.ee..eeaee.aeaeeee.... -t, w I,ta.il 1 garner and Brenzel Pytlak 'I'.I'.6'.I'I'I'.IIIT.I".I'I".lII.JJTI'IJ new Dodge does. I get from 3 and up at factory Detroit.: tus.LL a.c.



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Scene Of Governor Sholtz Signing
SOCIETY OZONA Texas.-In twenty
.............SS.............SSSSSS.......................... .........SSSSS WED\ ISSUEDDuring years' service as constable Tom

---.-.-..--.-.-.-.-.--------------------------,-.--------------------4------------------- ,-.--.-. Smith of this: city, ha never car.i .

i i 1 ned a made an arrest nor
Knights Pythias I Party-Dance Tonight SENATOR GOMEZ MAK. the first 13 days of',
Arrange Program I By Kappa Pi Club I June which is known a paper.
I ING EXTENSIVE REPAIRS :I II j as the ----- ---

II I Marrying;: Month, there were WI
Knights of Pythias are plan Kappa Pi Club will entertain TO RESIDESCE HERE I I eight marriage licenses issued -

ning to celebrate Flag Day to-I tonight at the Cuban Club with a State Senator-Arthur Gomez is from the office of Judge Hugh f ARCHER'S

morrow evening at a regular I Party-Dance in honor of the having extensive repairs made to Gunn.
meeting of the lodge. Pythian Eight of these:!' permits to wed GROCERY"The
I home coming of Henry Renedo his home at,718 North Beach_ The I
Sisters are to be guests of the order j were issued daring the past weekto
and _Delio Cobo, two charter: mem- principal item is replacing the en-; Daniel Monroe Lewis and Store That ServesYou

A1I* ,members of, either of_these bers of the club who have been tire roof at an expenditure of $1,- Annie Lois Hicks; Joseph Seville, Best"HERE'S

organizations are urged to attend 000.This '< ':.' Sturrup and Leona Yvonne i'
attending school at the University I
is indicated by a buildingand tN ,.- J : THE PLACE TO DO
\ Bethel
and all others who are inte-ested r ; Thomas Nelson and Kat-
of Florida in Gainesvil repair permit sailed this week I YOUR GROCERY SHOPPINGYou
in celebrating the ,day are a'sur'edof.a Dl.l'I tie Smith; Carter H. Ogden and |,
It is expected that there will out of the office of Harry r :
welcome. ;1 I Kathryn Burt. Lamar C. HiHran, can get everything coo
Tomorrow the members cf the be a large crowd of friends and Baker building inspector. Other ;,ri \ and Jessie: Hoffman; Leon Albury need to make year dinner a
called for .
permits : I
Pythian Sisters will combine a tag members: of the club attend the and Adeline Lounder success. Food quality i ith:, h
New roof residence Fleming "
on on I
day with Flag Day and will present and prices are low. Come in
affair as many invitations have street between Ann and V t I
all whom, they meet with a : now and get the drudgery ot
been issued.Postponement. Simonton Mrs. J.
straets. Owner
wan! replica of the Stars and II t t1 I buying finished in a hir-iy., I
Stripes. B. Maloney; cost, $150. iI j' .-: Terms To
General repairs at 529 Simon- We Welcome Responsible

Of I ton street. Owner, T. T. Thompson -,

Party Tonight AtLegion Melody Hoar I con; $350. I .. I Suit You Accounts

HallPreparations General repairs to building at .. All Competition met with

The Key West Melody Hour is 1117 Division street. Owner, T. A. t ill' When You Buy a CAR Low Prices and High Quality.
Thompson Estate; cost.!! $200. --
have been con- usually presented every two i From Us
General repairs at 1013 Watson '" 4-i.;: I ONE STOP SERVICE
weeks. However due to the fact ,
cluded by the American Legion street. Owner Mrs L Jackson; 1t:::,.". ;. Our terms make it easy
that the seventh Melody Hour
Auxiliary for the entertainmentof cost, $75.KNIGHTS. for you to own a thorouph-,: I Order All Your Food Needs
a large number of guests at would fall on the 4th of July, the ly reconditioned AUTO Through U.

the Bingo Party which they are sixth evening will be postponedfrom Governor Sholtz signing forestry bill. Left to right: Harry Lee Baker, State Forester; Cover. MOBILE. I Dressed Poultry

having in the Legion hall to- June 20 to June 27, it is PYTHIAS "fior Sholtz; W. L. E. Barnett, Executive. Secretary Florida Forestry Assn.; Harold S. Foley, Presi- I
night.On. stated. dent Florida Board of Forestry. Good Automobiles To Fish Turtle

all former occasions when The seventh Melody Hour will I _____ _- ---_. __ _. ._ --. -- ---.Ilf.. :... .__ Select From At I Fruits Vegetables
ELECTS OFFICERS ----- -- --- -- --
entertainments of a like kind be gin two weeks later on July fATTRACTIVE PRICES Meats

have been give.,bJ'tthe auxiliarythe I 11, according: to announcement HAIRDRESSER TO f WINS GUESSING PRIZE $; cibe jo ? CitIzen. I Dairy: Products

,attendance;, has, been: very made today. At a recent meeting of Key Meltzer Motor Co.
gratifying and from the} invita- I GLASGOW.-Guessing exactlyto Phone 67 Free Delivery
No. Knights of
( Patrloti Lodge, 163.
tions accepted members of the' Order Pythias new officers for the comIng -'J RETURN FRIDAY.; J. an ounce the weight of a man, iNORTH: PHONE 377 I 814 Fleming Street
A. Conner of this city won an
forward to Caroline
auxiliary are looking term elected follows: i t and New Streets
Plans -
Progam automobile.A .
an unprecedented attendance this' J J. Frazier Finder-Chancellor I I ::' -ii.- --

evening. t i ; : Commander! Mrs. Camille Moomaw\ expert live oak twig, which President -' -1 Comfort -- - -. -- -
The P. O. of A.- have arranged
I i. Frank O. bert5-Vice Chan- permanent waver and beauty cul-! Calvin Coolidge planted at
', a program in observance of Flag
Eastern Star Order Day which will be carried out at cellor. turist, will return tomorrow to'' Set Island, Ga.. in 1927, now 4

To Hold Meeting I I'! their regular meeting: tonight, be- Manuel Everett Perez R. -Rivas Prelate.--Master of'' Berlin Sawyer's Beauty; Shop on :_ stands-about 12 feet hign. WT AMONC TBE PEOPLE WEST THAT FAMOUS BETKTIYE-

ginning at 8 o'clock. Works. j: Fleming street for an indefinite I Miss Camille Torres daughter of GATHERING SIFTING
There will be a meeting: of j i There will be a roll call of J. Winfield Russell-Keeper of' stay here. Mr. and Mrs. A. Aurelio Torres, READ

Fern Chapter, Order of Eastern i!|I membership with a social; hour to Records and Seal. j 1Ir11Ioom=,.,- was formerly j former residents. of this city. ABOUT G3-HtusEiF TRAILED BY A REPORTER WHO

Star, held tomorrow evening beginning -; follow the business session.\ The f Ulrci Gwynn-Master of Fi- : -- full account

at 8 o'clock. i members of the P. O. S. of A i rance. LEGALS MONROE THEATERFrankie : ctYDEl.M{ IABPTMANN TRIAL in The Saturday .

A request is made for a large 1 I will join in the program, it is I M. B. Gibson=Master\ of Ex-I I i! Thomas in II ==:=;=: :::-..;.=: =.::, Evening

attendance ,at this meeting. stated.CORONER'S. I chequer. Clltfl IT .'(/1 KT OP ins T\\ .:%-' DOG OF FLANDERS I og.:==.: '_ :,:;:: PROVtiD Post, Time
Earl Sands Master Arms. TIKTII IHflll.. flllfl IT OK, Collier* .
at *
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Wallace Ford-Barbara'Kent' in j Ii : -
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........................ I J. L. Adams-Inner Guard. .,'U FOIt >IOM JURYI Morris Cochran Outre Guard.
PERSONAL MENTION I The installation ceremonies will ] ;J. B. Sullivan I !. I Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orches-J.
Complainant. tra. 15-20; Night: i
take place July 5. i i iI VS. Hill f.r tmrrrluumrv ., iI LT. Key West .... 5:40 '
........................ I MEETING TODAY II M.rfK.ce.; ; iAndrew --I II Dm : <
.. ..; .. R. Miller and Eva P. J I LY. Marathon .._. 6:52 pm ;
Julio Lopez left on the S. S. Miller his'wife; U Van Val- LT. Islamorada 7:45 pm J

Cuba yesterday for Havana where I I CLASSIFIED) i i Van kenburir Valkenburp and If, married his wife;-and .I Richardson's Grocery II Ar. Miami _.__.." 10:20 pm ,

he will spend a short time with i LOOKING INTO DEATH OF Minnie.1m'a'!; : Valkenburg, a Ar. Jacksonville.. 7:50 am
: !II
relatives and friends. single ; .. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY f ==
COLUMNPERSONAL Defendants.It service New -
appearing by the sworn BInIn SPECIALSButter ;
II York and the East. Direct
the that the lxfendant.I '
above cause
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Kelly JOSE LUCEZ ........................ _Van ValkenburB" and II married connection: at Jacksonville .

left yesterday afternoon for I I Van'alkf"nbur his wife; and tb h .' 'h_ 28 I with all merai.g trains to

Orange, Va.. to attend the funeral the Defendant, a single Minnie.woman K. Van are .nonresidents ValkenburK -- Maxwell House Coffee; tb 31c I Mid-West. Choice; of comfortable ,__"_ .. _

cervices: Sunday of Mrs. Kelly's, Jurors emi.fc'elled! to investigate STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS, of the State of Florida Bliss Coffee tb _______.___._... 25c I coach or Pullman
mother who died yesterday in r and that their place of residence Is Kaffa Ha.g, tb m'h. 49e
the death of Jose Luccz who was INDIGESTION victims, why unknown; and it further appearingthat Sugar, 5 Ibs. __ __ 27c accommodation Air conditioned -
Baltimore. I
mhh hm --
suffer? For quick relief each of these said Defendantsare
get a
I found dead in his.room at the resi- are over the age of Twenty-one Milk, can h _h 'm. lOc and lie i lounge and dining
Mr's donee of Luis Oride, Eaton and! free sample of Udga a doctor'sprescription I years, and that there is no personin Cream, 6 cans .h. 40c and 44c
Mr. and A. Gcnovar and Whitehead streets esterday at Gardner's Phar the Mate of Florida the service Tomatoes, can ._.___...._._. 5c I ISalt

lion Albert left'yesterday on the morning, are meeting this afternoon macy. of bind a the Subpoena said Defendants upon whom, or any would ofthem 3 pkg*. h ..__....?__..._..__. lOc I IGaayaa car.Low FaresIN t
Cuba for Havana where they will real estate Involved ___ Ii
to arrive at a verdict.I may21-22-23-28-29-30; june4-5-6- ; and that the 2 34 size can '''h 20e I
spend a while with relatives I I 11-12-13x In. the above cause Is derseabed Pears 2)4 size can hhm___" 22c ROOMY COACHES
After viewing the body yesterday a follows, to-wit: I
--' ,' In the County of :Monroe and Peaches, 2H size can ___.___. 18c
bfias Btoc.f and discnesing condition relative FOUND State of .Florida and on the I Cuban Coffee tb 'h____'.' 28c I CHEAPER THAN DRIVING
Jennie Warren
: to th& case:: and the! circnmrtances Inland o('K..yv."t." known onVm Baked ___ 28c
Beans 6 cans KEY WEST TO-
Staunton, Va: arrived yesterday! ,'de 'h' II I
under which thj body'was \ A. tWnitehead's.... Map. Ovaltiae small __.__...___.___. 35cOvaltine.'large :
for;a visit with a former school HORN RIMMED SPECTACLES.Owner lineated in .ruary.,18:: as apart I '' Miami ._........_...--.---.$ 2.99
found adjo.unmcnt taken _. _, _.._,
\ an was of Tract I'. but now betterknown .. 65c .
-' h
ma e. bliss Helen Claude Wil i I until 4. o'clock this afternoon. Four may have same by pay-' as Lot 1. Block 4 of Prunes, 2H size can ...... 22c I Jacksonville .._....... 8.43
ing for this ad return of said Tract 19. according toV.. .____.
liams. i iI witnesses including DH.: C. or A. Uwynn's Diagram recordedIn I Ivory Flakes, 3 pkg.------ 25c i Atlanta '__ 13.58

I I Galey. have been summoned. mine taken by mistake. Jefferson flat Book 1. page 3t nf Monroe Potatoes 10 Ibs .........---.--- 22c Birmingham .h.h 15.06
Miss Sara Fernandez, teacher,( Members o: the jury, summoned B. Browne. junl-tf; County, Florida, Records: Tomato Paste lOc size II Chicago ..____......_ 26.16

at Wesley Ho se, who was spending -:; rnder ins-tn.ctions: of Frank O. I Corner Commencing: : of Von at printer a point and at White the I 2 for ..Oh' hU...______. 15c i Cincinnati :._....,__ 20.79 1

a vacation of one week with I Roberts justice of the peace MISCELLANEOUSSPEND Streets and rnnning thence Pimientos, 3 cans ___hh..... 25c Louisville --.:. 20.36

her family in Tampa., returned i 1 cot oner ex-oiutio, are: Rex Saw, a along N. \v.I the,.. said direction White ts Street feet and In Rinso, 3 pkgs.-......_._ 23c i Nashville ....._..._ 17.92

yesterday over the East Coast. I I Fabio OH ieri. Armando Machin. : YOUR VACATION AT 9 Inches; thence at rightangles Sani-FIuh. can. ,h'h'". ,.._.. 23e I New York ---.--:. 28.47
I Beautif-il Miami Beach. Terrace In a N. 1-riy. direction lee feet Ivory. Soap 6 bars "h'h".". 34c RichmondWashington_ __ 18.58
Charles Manuel Jolai: Nelson and
Warren S. Hyman. traveling'I!, Cheche Perez. : I Apt, 620 Lenox Ave.. and angles 1 in inch a:R.thence E'ly. direction at right 46 Eddy's Starch. 6 for ____hU 25c I ..___ 20.33 SIR

passenger agent for the Southern i j!! Modern. Clean Efficiency and feet and f Inches: thence at Fresh Yard Eggs, dozen .. 34c I Similar Fares ,
Bedroom Apts. $10, right angles in a S. Wly. direction Lax Flakes 2 pks. 19c EverywhereJ.
arrived :
at Miami yesterday -
Railway iPERKINS $15110ntAlso: rstes $12.50'j le5 feet and I inch back to .........._... THIS IS
for a short business visit and, GOES the place of beginning; Lax Soap, 3 bars 19e H. COSTAR, Agent 9FIT
left .in the afternoon for I or Season. Write, Wire Reser- Also-Ort the Island of Key I Life Buoy Soap, 3 bars _.. I9c ',
West known on Wm. A. Whiteheads rl-O! E 71
quarters -q. i head.1 I I vationl" ow. jun8-Gtx Map delineated I -I in Feb I Iruar New White Potatoes, 5 Ibs. 23e : fU

iwtFISJflNGHERE ,. Ig29 as part of Tract I Kidney Beans, 2 for 25c"Grape .
;: WILL PAY for gas and ferry 1', but now better kn..n... I Frail juice, 2 for 25c i FLORIDAEASTCOAS
ittrs. Manuel Perez l left .on U el \ Lot Z of Block 4 In Tract U. I ii
art.ernoon.trai., yesterday for charge for competent person to according to W. A. Gwfan'n Lard. 2 Ibs. _..__ 29.-(\

ami where.aile wil, .fpe'nd a while Mil I TEXAS, OIL COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE drive car Miami 'to Kty West. 1.Diagram page 34 recorded of :Monroe FlaF County Uook, Cheese, tb h u ,....h.h, 25c J .

with relatives and friends. II' Jefferson B. Browne. Florida. Records:. Commencing I
; TAKEN OUT junl3-lt at a point on White Street, dis- Phone 658-R Free
tant oil feet and S inches 'from I Deliyuy'I'I
Mrs. Louise Saunders and son YESTERDAY' .. C- 4'rr r..i". the Corner of White and Von Eaton and Elizabeth :'I Y RAILWAY
Pfister Streets and rnnning I' Ii
William, Jr., who were' the guestsof thence along! said White StreetIn i
Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Roberts.. direction "S feet
"THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00, tda Ninb:: I \T7cVRE not guessing when we
for a few days, left yesterday L. P. Perkins, auditor for the $2.50 and $3.00 per week, angles 9 In a ;North thence E"I at,.. right direeI I _.- ------ VY tell you the famous "OJAil- EVIDENCE I
Miami where they will embark Texas Oil who is in Key tion 10* feet and 1 inch; thenceat :"\ Weather gives more than 4i''e; greater
company Double and N. E.
their home in Harbor Island, right angles In a SoIy.. I I non-skid mileage.
the __ PILES I U
West checking: activities of P
up 4th street, Miami, Fla. direction 4C feet and 9 Inches; Backing up the experience of our"G3" ...
N. P. company with its agents, the Por- thence at right angles In a SW'ly. I
may24lmoxFOR Is evidence real
direction lee feet and 1 customers AdftC "C-J- P. t.dat
ter Dock ronu>any, was introducedto Inch back to place of beginning. testimony-gathered coast to coast by Facts tslbersd fro _t
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Mrs. jr. Noda left yesterday afternoon the sport of ishin; in Key West RENT It Is'" therefore ordered that aidiDefendants I NOTICEto a real detective Inspector Faurot of the c "t
over the East Coast for waters yesterday.In L. Van Valkenburg* and'J JI New York Police. PROVED! *** Monr.MILES .
Brooklyn N. Y., where she will company with Thomas Warren BICYCLES-WE RENT'. by the I I if burg he Is hi.married wife: and-the Van said Valken.I'Defendant -'' all who sell anythiny at He found that this greatest Goodyear .HEAL NON.5KIU-.fr! .
make her future home with hereon Jr. pf the Poter Dock company Hour Day or Week. Repairall Minnie E. Van Valkenburg.4 I tire of history I. standing up even rmljr exceeded.PROVED
James Noda and family. makes and paint them with a single woman; having or ciaimingl) better than we've claimed. Come see T. COOOYEAR MARGIN
Fred Lee. annual visitor to I M
; to have an Interest In and too the! this costliest-to-build tire that costa
Key West; W. H. Smith machinist Nu-EntmeL We carry a full I I' property herein. described, be. and'they i RETAILSenate I YOU nothing extra .. eweeacy ao0.. cars vlck the afternoon of for the are each required to appear!i
Arthur Falke left on with the Porter Mr. .supply parts. Agent :
company PROVED!
to the Bill of Complaint filed I in Sure! "v."p.IJI.;
train for New York after a Perkins went out on the launch Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. said cause on or before the 15th I II CORD 1 fem PROTECTION
visit of, several weeks in KeyWest. Alterta and enjoyd a day of perfect And sell them as low as $5.00 I I I day of July. A. D. I JS. I GUARANTEED AGAINST ROAD tsinst blowmts.SM .
fishing.On down and $1.00 per week. We the plaint allegations in the above of said.aU"Bill otb..r..I..1 Bill No. 724 passed bv, the 1935 session HAZARDS as well as defects. Our lOCAl .IvM *c.ITERMS {

'i the return yesterday after i Buy and Sell all makes of used! will be taken as (confessed and of the State_Legislature ream s that every

+rs.Jlisrgs, wife of Ralph Higgsof / noon the party brought: in more Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. them.judgment by default entered against iR person who sells anything at retail shall apply I

the. United States weather I then: 100 pounds of various kinds I I Stowers company, 515 Duval ( SS .... fe>.\VTER. to the State Comptroller and obtain a permit 1 w

bureau at.Miami, arrived over, the l f! of smaller Hsh includntjr grouper: street. apr9-tf i Clerk County.of Florida.Circuit Court. Monroe i before July' 1, 1935, and further provides that

highway this week for a visit .with: and yellowtail. several: shark and FURNISHED APARTMENT, electric LOCIS Solicitor A. HAKIUS any person doing business after July without

her parents,. Mr. and' Mrs. Vernon* f- {f. barracu a. ice box. Archie Thompson,i for Complainantfuns1:- j obtaining such 'permit shall be guilty of a mu. '

IIk S. 1001 Eaton street. Phone 879-J. i 20.21'i I demeanor.For i iI
attend the International Conven- i I

Mrs. Harold Baker left on the tion of Rotary, returned last may2--lmox : PALACEReb : your convenience I am sending a sup. : We make it easy

afternoon train for Islamoradawhere night. They weld accompanied TUNING ply of application blanks to your -newspaper to buy Goodyean..
Russell C
] she will spend a while with!'' on the trip by Mrs. Waldo John s the local banks and the Tax Collector where Llfetimeguaran- 80

relatives. son. PIANO ,TUNER, Laureano Ann OUTLAW RULE i they will be available. I .THAT SUIT teed Speedway
Harding-Frank Morgan in
'I' i
reno. Excellent piano for )10-1'
Thomas Rusi.\'ll. deputy sheriffat 'l Lawrencje Jones legal counsel cheap. 1018 Division ENCHANTED APRIL I III The law requires a permit fee of 50 cents I Y08R INCOMEforaaUttle: PER WEEK

Islamorada. who was in Kev:I for the state office of the FERA. m23-lmo I II 1 Matinee: 10-15c; Nifht: 15-25c I to accompany each application. I II

West for a short visit with his left yesterday afternoon for I : ..
I t will deeply appreciate the cooperation of i
left afternoon' headquarters in Jacksonville FOR SALE
family yesterday
to resume his duties. after ashort visit with local offi I II BENJAMIN LOPEZ I II every retailer in putting into effect the provisions COLONIAL SERVICE STATION

I cials. ALL METAL ICE BOX. Three FUNERAL HOME !; of this Act. '

. Mrs. Sebastian! Cabrera. Jr_ compartments. Drinking water I I EstaUUKcJ 49 Years I J. M. LEE Comptroller CLARENCE CRUSOE Prop.
and Mrs. W. L. Bates who ac- Frank Garcia who was spending faucet and water bottle. In i Key West's Oldest I I
companied Mr. Cabrera and Mr.I a while with his parents and good condition. $10 cash. Ap I Z4-HMr AI .Ia.e. Service T Tallahassee Florida. Colonial Hotel BIdg. on Fleming Streetc

Bates to Port Everglades where''I'other''I relatives left yesterday afternoon ply 625 Division street. Uce=se4 EobatsaerPhoae : 1'1 .

they embarked for Mexico City to I 1 for his home in Miami. __ _. _, junl2-3t J 135 Nizat 6M-W -- -- .



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