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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 21, 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. 148. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, FRIDAY i JUNE 21, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS




Check Made On Legislation I In OUTLINE PLANS PLAN FIELD s PLANT BOARD Both Major Political Parties Begin


TO CELEBRATED DAY AT; PARKSCHEDULED' UNIT .LEAVESOFFICERS


Congress Shows Many Measures JULY 'FOURTH t'.., .. -FOR 'TOMORROW' 'HAD BEEN HERE IN fActivities Looking Forward To 1936



Remaining On Calendar Sheet UNDER AUSPICES'OF KEY CONNECTION WITH HEAR.,

.'- ,I MANY FESTIVITIES WILL BE WEST ADMINISTRATION 'I I 'ING IN COURT National Conventions And Platforms

I PUT ON AT SOUTH BEACH

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Progress Made In General YOUNG GOMEZ UNDER AUSPICES OF KAPPA -
Saturday will be field day al Dr. J. H. Montgomery, head 'ol f

Run Of Business Shown: REAPPOINTED PI CONTINGENTIn Bayview Park.Sponsored / the plant board at Gainesville,, ROBBERY STAGEDAT PLAN WORK AT Many Important Issues

by the recreation department Fla., and other officials who

To Have Been Fairly', less 1 than two weeks time, of the Key West Administration were in the city yesterday for a ADAMS' PLACE LOCAUIRPORT To Be Injected Into

(Hr Ar..*rlalr* Ire..' a program of athleticevents hearing on the plea for an injunction Campaign By DemecratsAnd
Good Kappa Pi Club will be given the I
'
I JACKSONVILLE Jane 21. will be held Saturday beginning restraining people of
. to outdo the successful
ESTABLISHMENT )
change Key West from interfering with ENTERED
at 9:30 a. m. in the park. Republicans
-J. A. Cormier, state beverage Fourth of July Festival staged by the plant board and employes in JACKSONVILLE, Fla..
Participants: must be under 16 SOME TIME DURING
By HERBERT Associated 'I director, announced the the organization at South Beachin years of age and must register the discharge afternoon.of their duties left in June 21.-The aviation
iOjr Pre.)
LAST NIGHT
At
ehovtn.
is
1934: it presentall
WASHINGTON, June 21.... reappointment of George G. with the supervisors at the park Besides Dr. Montgomery there division of the FERA today By BYRON PRICE
indications to celebration
point

a (C'.lef .f U.r*... The AssociatedPolitkal
before 9:30 a. m. were S. A. Rowher, chief of the
weekly "score card" issued by the Gomez,'of Key West a* be*, that will be the city's gayest division of announced that five t're... Wasal.c..t
The following races! will be held: entomology plant Roland Adams, owner of Adams'Dairy patchwork of 1935.
clerk of the house the supervisor under new I event in many years. bureau of Washington; Dr. A. F.
showing erage Boys relay 7 to 9 years, 50 yards; and who conducts the refreshment thousand men would be
Beginning the day with a Camp, of the horticultural experiment The national conventions
of legislation through liquor law which become effective boys relay SO yards 9 to 16 years; place on White street now
progress parade which will include station at Gainesville; II. II, put to work July 1 on air-
patriotic girls relay, event 50
open .ardsj;
I' ) Hume, assistant; director'' dean of near Division, reported to thesheriffs are just a year away. Republican
congress is rather incomplete on Juae 26. city officials American Le- boys potato race, open event;i.' ports.In .
the
agricultural college, University
three legged TelayJ; 25 yards; fey'JI office this morning that chances favor"some mid-western
gion Drum and Bugle Corps, Boy
major bills but on those countless of Florida. his place had been entered last
the list for work
boys 7 to 9 years; three legged j
1 1measures Scouts, a representative body of night thieves. city. TW'democrats talkingof
RECEIVES by are
CLEARE relay' 25 yards, 'open to all girls
designated as "private"ik the recently organized Junior I under'' I GreaTS; boys sack''rsee,|| LARGE CROWD Some small change was taken I I was the airport at Key Chicago and San Francisco,

reports a most creditable>>l tally. HIS COMMISSION: Patrol Junior Drum and Bugle open'event! ; girls sack race; open out of the cash register and the West.

i Corps, and other civic and patriotic I event boys tug of war; boys obstacle catapult board was robbed of all I with some suggesting Philadelphia
And after all, to the 435 mem.' the AT'CARNIVAL money. What amount the coin
organizations activi-
morning
race girls obstacle race. I I
;
I container held is not known but I ABOUT : an'encouragement to the revitalized .
bars' of the house, that means! ties at South Beach will be given ADVISED I.i
I POSITION THAT OF COUNTY over to various drill maneuvers could not have been much, it is Pennsylvania demo-

more to them personally th.a'i FOR I selections by the Key West Hos- NEW ARRIVAL IN I PROGRAM PUT ON LAST EVE- said.That I DIRECT RELIEF
SOLICITOR
pitality Band and the Marimba the thieves had lots ofI i cracy.A .

many people would suspect. l Band, a horse. race end bicycles NING WAS GREATLY I time to do the work is understood,
l THORSEN FAMILYCaptain
Once a week members of the, M'E' I races. I I as to get the money from the cash I few republican leaders want

house forget,? such things as extension At 12:30 p. m. match play for I ENJOYEDA I container of the board it was necessary -I i GILFOND OFFICIALLY NOTI. to reverse the usual order and
the silver loving offered an- to saw out the bottom of
of NRA, abolition of:]I Allan; B. Cleare, Jr., judge of nually by Kappa Pi cup Club will get and Mrs. Rolk Thorsen I the case, beflore the mirlal receptacle I FIED THAT THIS AID let the democrats bold their, convention -

utility holding companies and the musicipal court of Key West' underway\ on the old Athletic Club announce the birth on June 13 ota t crowd estimated at 2,000 last with the money could be I WILL CEASE NOW first. They long for a

such matters to consider their own today received his commission i;i, tennis court. Interest in the son, Randolph Edward, in the! ngiht enjoyed the amateur carnival reached. '

pet measures. It is what is from Tallahassee as county solicitor match is at a high pitch since home of Mrs. Thorsen's parents,, presented in Bayview Park by' I look at the democratic platform
Ignacio Carbonell holderof Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jerguson, 828; the recreation department! of the ,
known
On the as private private calendar calendar day.are j" for Monroe county, dating the trophy which present must be won N. W. 29: Terrace, Miami, Fla. Hej Key West Administration: LIGHT TENDER I M, E. Gilfond administrator of before writing one for the G. O. :

deposited the hundreds of minor! from May 7. j three times before the contestant weighed 8 1-2 pounds. t j The varied program presentedby I 1 FERA activities in Key West was P. '

bills and claims that do so much I' Judge Cleare told The Citizen'he comes into permanent possession. Captain Thorsen. U. S. Coast!I Key West am&tcurs; was pleas LEAVES TODAY' officially advised this afternoon!

to keep intact and, mend breaks in. will sign the commission this bowed to Peter Varela in the fin- Guard and Mrs. Thorsen have' ing. Boxing solo; dancing and I, that after July 1 all direct relief Democratic strategy for 1936

the political fences back home. afternoon and forward his acceptance als! of the invitation tennis tourneylast been making/ their home l\lichigan.1 for some musical numbers were, all enjoyed.The I in Florida will, cease. i I still is what it was for 1932: the

week. Carl Sawyer, another time in Marquette, ] recreation department planson POINCIANA TO MAKE TRIP play will be for an electorate
300 Considered tho'afternoon
1 to Tallahassee These instructions were received -I
on good player is looked upon as a where the captain's vessel is sta-' having come entertaining fea-II .
The clerk's "score card" shows train | strong bidder for final honors in tioned. Mrs. Thorsen and the oth-: ture at Bayview Park on each THROUGH INTRACOASTAL I from Harry L. Hopkins, college combination of west and .

that more than 300 such bills Asked-if he will resign as municipal -' the coming tourney. er son and daughter, Rolf. Jr., and' Thursday evening doing the sum Federal Emergency Relief Administrator south, unless there is a shift in I

have been disposed of with more judge he replied. "When I Although the FERA Recreation Julianne. came south about six; mer months. Carnival night will WATERWAY by headquarters in I the wind.The -t 1 1r

than 500 still remaining. This announced for the office of coun- Department has announced it will weeks ago to epend a while with be a. distinct feature of the sum r. ,- 1,,I Jacksonville and forwarded to Mr.' republicans will bid for ;
doesn't moan that all have passed, ty solicitor I promised those: who' the sailboatr'Jrat.ta..aXappa. I the Jerguson family. :j mer program. Gilfond. r
he unable to sponsor 1 L ;i the east ..and.uiid-west. and will ...t
but each has had its "ct.Jy: in would vote for me that if elected, .-<'tmmitJ .,.at '-14: 1
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avert''and"beerrdis! )>ose 1 o l"can i\l-wouJa[ subriufmy ,resignaflwri"asTpolice f lighthouse service sailed today to the told The hope to break solid south also
present w contacting: local owners .. ... ............... i by order Mr. Gilfond
merits i judge and I will do w at of sailboats and motorboats in an e.ss. sssee ses .e e a s e.e.GatheringSponges ... make the trip north through the i I Citizen that after July first there | as Hoover did in 1928. They

Each side of the house cham- once." I I attempt to keep the original sports inlracoastst waterway as far as would be no more Issues of cloth: would like to see Senator Long '

ber has what is known as at I If card intact. The Recreation Department llillsboro Inlet.Superintendent. I''! ing, food stuffs" or medicine, nor'i make a real campaign and split ;
"wrecking crew" which goes into volunteered to W. W. Demer- would there be issues of
ARRANGE FOR has enter any more the southern democratic vote. I
action on such days. They have !f as many of the admniistra- itt n a passenger on the vessel for vouchers on merchants for merchandise -'

been appointed specially to see, I I lion's sailboats as are available on By E. P. MACRENARIS I the purpose of making inspection !!!,I of any kind. I Many See Garner

that no fast ones are put over.' Independence Day All sailboat eeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeCommercially of all aids to navigation en route.I j I I After that date all, cases in, Some democratic right-winger.
The leaders of both democrats' INNOVATION Tender Ivy sailed this afternoonfor : West the ill infirm are considering whether to
Key aged open1ly
and motorboat owners are requested sponges were'' ers became co expert at this that. ,
and republicans look to them to i to help make the event a Sl1et t traded in long before the Chris" the sand could be thrown some Tampa Bay to relieve buoys ;'i and all others who have been receiving -i oppose President Roosevelt lot

keep a careful check. t cess by having their craft in South 1 tian era. They are early mentioned and attend to other alignments in : this kind of relief will renomination. They would not
TREATMENT TO AVOID TY-!t
feet ahead time for
Frequently hard feelings are! Beach waters at 2 p. m. in the Bible, and frequently referred fifty giving 'that vicinity. i have to be cared for through some expect to win, for almost any

engendered by the work of these: PII01D WILL BE GIVEN Fire Chief Harry Baker is working to in. the ancient writings I the film of oil to spread and covera Tender Poppy, engaged in the I other agency, state or
"wrecking crews" but for they I: on a plan of maneuvers If 4 Greece. I large area before the boat reached work of constructing the new Gilfond said.STEAMER. I his party convention through
most part a feeling of high 5JiritaI AGAIN TOMORROWThe lighthouse at Pulaski Shoals came I t
alone.
through which he plans to send his The original name in Greek was. the spot.Subsequently patronage They merely
prevail and the traditional political men. In all probability Key West "Zoofitan," meaning half plant I the glassbottomed up this afternoon for certain material -'I; would take that means of registering -
to carrying the GRANADA!
on
pastime of "back scratching"indulged necessary
ers will see the chiefs force in and half animal for our forefathers bucket came into use. This is work.KAYOTTTTO. their protest.
in with a vim. second innoculation against action on a burning shack close tothe were in doubt as to wh'chclassification''wa3 come 12 or 14 inches round and The democratic organization of ,
On one such day 40 private' typhoid fever will be given at the I GOT. Paul McNutt of Indiana -
t water's edge. correct. Todaywe of about the same depth; it is held COMINGTO PORT u
bills were passed within a few ERA clinic tomorrow between the will be card I ; throwing out hints that he
I The boxing show a know the sponge of commerce in the left hand and is lowered many
hours. There's real cooperationfor hours of 10 a. m. and 12 a. m. made up of amateur boxers with U> be the skeleton structure of an about an inch into the water to be would like to be Mr. Roosevelt's

you. All persons who received the the possibility that Young Fig- : running-mate next year. He has ,
/ thus
below surface movement
animal left after the pulp of the any ,
AT
LEAVE ON TRIP FRUIT SHIP WILL BERTH
Sold! first innoculation last Saturday in his state bow- I
t j I ueredo. one of Key West's best body has been removed by the aid enabling a clear view of the sea I opposition own ,

Here's typical scene on, the are requested to report tomorrowin will don the leather in an attempt of sun and water. Sponges reproduce bottom no matter how rough the I, PORTER DOCK COM- ever. Most party leaders take
house floor calendar order that the entire effectsof to all doubt as to who won I Vice President Garner's renomi-
on private : erase by throwing off almost invisible surface might be, the fisher using
day: '. the innoculation might be. ob-, } in the 1933!) FigueredoRojasgrudge ,..spores which attach themselves the pole in his right hand to hook Kay Schutt chief clerk with the PANT'S PIER natloo as.a ;foregone conclusion

A member had been"urging tained.i fracas. Rojas recently announced hard substance.The sponges'on thsea bottom. FERA administration in Monroe : Everyone agrees one of the administration's

with the greatest' 'care:his bill\\\ 'to Anyone who did not. have time that he would fight Fig- growth Jo some at the: first four I When it became'known that bet county, will leave tomorrow for a I big political problem -

pay several thousand dollars: ,on to visit the clinic last .Saturday' ueredo "anytime and anywhere!" months is. slow." After this it 1 ter sponges grew at greater depths, short visit in Cuba enjoying al Steamshia Granada, of the in 936 will be to get congress -
very
an old- claim to the widow'uf "one the first injection may do sovto-- Jitney dancing will be in progress is at, the rate of one third of an "skin" diving- tame into vogue, vacation in the Cuban capital- I I Standard Fruit and Steamship I to adjourn early in the summer -
of his constituents. Suddenly'anobjection fnorrow. most of the day and at night I the diver using: heavy, rope and lie will return Monday or company, with 12 passengers on The further its session runa J I

'which would hays spelt\ 1 The innoculations are being !,iv-I the annual Independence' Ball will diameter i inch a,month..They of, inches must attain over a ,I a-heavy stone, the*l latter to facili Thursday of next week and go I I! tour, is due to arrive at theses into the campaign, the more effective -
Jive or
ed defeat for him': loomed fnjm'' en merely as a preventive and be held. Both dances are to take them: fate 'quick descent. These akin north for an extended leave at buoy 4::0 o'clock and will dock aft: a sounding board the re- r I

the "wrecking crew. | because typhoid fever has been place at the Coral Isle Casino. before Uncle Sam considers I divers could operate at as great a his home in ,Buffalo N. Y. lie the Porter Dock company pier I;I publicans will have for their side I
of commercial size.
"Will the gentleman agree 'to ported in the city. The features of the day's program from depth as two hundred feet remaining expects to be away from the city I about 5 o'clock. of the argument. i
cut his claim to $2000?" he was will take place in the late The earliest sponges came I I under water from three to for about two months. The vessel will take on fuel oil, Justices Discussed #r
asked. The gentle.nan assumed afternoon. A baby show in which the waters of the Mediterraneanand end water before proceeding to '!; The NRA decision has atiMubtI I
a ITALIAN YACHTLEAVES doubtless being three and one half minutes.
Seas I
wounded expression: and replied: the Island City's prettiest and Agean I The same rope was also used asa 1 her destination at Frontera Mexico I ed talk ot nominating a supremecourt ;
when their usefulness 1 1i
cast up by storms : While these activities are under either Harlan F. !
"How babies will take part justice-
can you tav the face to, healthiest I life line which passed through a
ask me to do such a thing!" TODAYItalian will be followed by the annual dividing was recognized.The industry was introduced -' ring on a bracelet worn on the i CUBA BRINGS IN i way the passengers will be entertained -I Stone or Owen J. P..oben.-for : I
"Very well!," said this ; bathing beauty contest. These two t by J. Gerry Curtis, President on the republicanticket. t
paiticular the diver
enabling by
in arm pre-
to Tarpon Springs i works director of the FERA and The objection is that I
receiving citywide'at.- .
member of the "wrecking; events are had been carriedon arranged signals to signify his desire 109 PASSENGERS I
tention shown by Delio Cobo, 1905-hooking Charles Taylor, manager of the: both are easterners, and the balk ;
1
shall
crew be forced to obiject. Yacht Nenemosha. Jose as for previous in the f. to be pulled up either from hl i
some years Porter think it "
Mr. company. of to ;
republicans seem
I in charge of arrangements. I
Maldano, master, from Havana Bahamas, Nassau and Key West. sickness or because he had completed t __ l "
west. ;
The author Cobo states that a number of par- i imperative to go :
of the bill [
saw that these i his catch. These kin divers i
Cuba arrived in port yesterday The is indigenous to Cuba arrived from .
him within the sponge Steamship Many party men doubt whether ..
the time ents have contacted
had
come for him to beata the I were not afflicted with partial i HOODS ARRIVE
afternoon made through waters. with
entry Havana yesterday afternoon Charles .
I Chief Justice E. Hughes
few days in regards to entering :
strategic retreat. Others sen-: past with paralysis' or "bends as is unhap- :
a
customs and sailed this morning \ fished
grandfathers 11 second class
I My 70 first and pas-1 down from '
would consent to step
babies and he is expecting -
log the same thing began toj for Miami. their long pole having a three-pronged: pily too often the case today with for West 23 first
Key \
chuckle., I j to receive an even greater sengers ; i OVER HIGHWAY the supreme bench a second time
The vessel formerly owned harpoon-the triponed I the adopted diving suits and consequent .
was number of entries within the straight and five second class for Tampa. to run for President. ..
"Give me 7500. he asked. in America but was sold some hook used on "hooker" boats at necessary air pressure. There were 58 aliens among the ;,
"No. $2,000 is all I can agree'' months ago to Prince Camillo Rus- next week. the present day. Suits Introduced arrivals.. f J-;; t Among the republican possibili
few Publisher Frank Knox of Chicago
only young ties. -
to, wan the reply. i t toli of Italy, who was on board Until now a their inten- At Different Depths About-1870 er some Sixty years The S. S. Cuba sailed 6:30 Mr. and E. Hood of still to have the .

"I'll take $3.500." he bargained' with, the princess and two guests, ladies have announced in the bathing ,With this harpoon' they gathered ago, diving suits were- introduced. o'clock for Tampa with 34 Par Miami, arrived over the highway backing: of appears the best-organized {
as the house roared. "}Iy A. tion of taking part These werewthe old fashioned style afternoon and are guestsof :
price; Harry Rolstron and Miguel but Mr. Cobo is sponges! at varying depths, t sebgers and mail.SUMMER, j'yesterday ; committee. is
still is $$2,000 said the "wreckcr. -! Rivas. Cff beauty contest : from five to thirty feet,. depend- with two cylinders and required Mrs. HOod's mother Mrs.. Sarah campaign '
than fifteen of
that no less Senator Arthur Vandenberg .,
confident ing on the smoothness of the wa-'.the men to pump the air; one on, Welch, and sister, Mrs Henry '.
,
will vie for the handsome ; Michigan is being quoted by
"Make it the beauties each side and down I SPECIAL
$2.500. of
author
ters, and consequent ,visibility pumping- ( Saunders.
shouted in desperation' but his ANNOUNCE DEATHOFJOHNDOUTHITT silver loving cap on the Fourthof ,the.bottom. When breezes rippledthe I alternately; now we use 'a three ON FORDS They were accompanied by Mrs. !. friends the as nomination saying he wouldn't unless there accept '_"
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opponent shook his head. t, President July. Armayor announces surface making it difficult or I cylinder with a rotary pump work: I '(For This Week)' I Hood's sister, Mrs. IL T ?agorI -! good chance of election. ..i'
"All right. $2,000 then." he impossible to see, they took a led with an engine. The in trod ucI GRIND VALVES AND REMOVE son of Detroit and daughter 1 was a
that the South Beah grounds i He has no desire to be nominated -"
agreed lamely amid a chorus of! of the wooden bowl!, filled it with a mix-t I tion of the diving suit increased CARBON I Theodora. Another daughter of
"bravos" and cheers, "but it's an I through the cooperation Department. ture of sand sea water and olive:i the diver's time from three minI -I I Mrs. Nagorson. accompanied Mrs. for a "sacrtf vial buIL"HABANAMADRID !
Recreation Tune
FERA Engia.i UpSpecial
outrage." to comfortably oil then with a large wooden I| ntes'to four or five hours, accord- Welch borne several days ago. I
I of the death of John E. will be prepared Ref. .
I News West.I .- spoon threw the mixture ahead of to depth. He nsese a life line
number of Key
seat large I Iing I' Price Price CLUB
Fla. a
of Perrine, was received -
Douthitt SENTENCEST.
,
the boat. The sand, of course, signalnig so that when his bagis UNIQUE
NOTICE in the city yesterday. Death I era and offer ample protection I Model A cad. B $4.50 $ 7-OO
I sand, leaving a film of oil which full it can be hauled up and another ; Saturday Nile ,
M i occulted at 1:30 o'clock: yesterday from the 81!!! Model V-8 .. .. .. 8.45 10.50 LOUI3.Arrested for disorderly -
Regular : knows smooths out empty bag sent down- I
Saturday night dance Gaily decorated amusement: and as everyone ,
Plus Parts Used
for members and visiting guestsof morning. booths, candy wheels the ripples leaving a surface there is a life-line tender. con conduct 16-year-old James DANCEGents J
refreshment
KEY WEST COUNTRY 'I Mrs AllIIn B. Cleare. Sr., sister I are expected to through which the bottom was stantly watching whose sole busi- TREVOR & MORRIS Stanley of this city was sentenced I
the and bingo
CLUB will be held Saturday, {i, of the train deceased yesterday, left on to attend add a carnvial games touch to the Inde- visible the same as when the water ness it is to watch this line. Two 312 Siosoatoa Street I to stay home every evening for six $1.00 Ladies. Free .ij

Jun 22. at usual hour. I afternoon the funeral services. pendence Day program. was normally clear. The fish. (Continued on Page Four) months. JON

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ttxOt'tWo \I THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
FRIDAY JUNE 21 1933.:

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ci NORMANDIE'S RIVALS ......................
1f b t tttitFabilahed :

r L TODAY'S WEATHER ]| Today's Horoscopei
flatly Except: S..4ay By Although the French liner Normandie ......................
THE, CITIIEN PUBLISHING Co., I''C.
L. Pi AnTMA!' PT*..*..t largest'and fastest merchant ship -- -- i: Mingled with yesterday's quality -
JOB ALLEN* AnUttBt Bwt M. J(._ -.. Tempera.... I WEATHER CONDITIONSi I I is a growth of what may be a
Front The Citlsea BuUdinc afloat broke all transatlantic records on 'Highest ....._. ._ 91 natty nature perhaps capable of
Corner' Green and Ann Street* her recent maiden voyage her supremacyof Lowest :::=_ ..... =77 I i i Pressure is low this morning deception or very shrewd dealings.It .
Mean ..::. .._...:.__ :: :. 84 I from the Wet; Gulf States northeastward benefits the powers of execution -
Only Dally. Newspaper In Key Wet and Monroe, the sea will not long go unchallenged.The Normal Mean ......_....___.___.82Raiafall !! over the Lake region but be careful not to useactual
County. Queen Mary now being built in Distinction, ; ; with disturlances over western! deceit for this degree does
Entered at Key west Florida. veeond ela. matter Ye!'terday'. Precipitation .0 Ins..': Texas Abilene, 2972 inches.. not show that the public will put
FIFT-" ITH TRAHMrmtor England, will be ready for sea in a few; Normal Precipitation .. .11 Ins.Tfclw ... the middle Mississippi Valley St. any too much trust in the native

months and many shipping men predict ree.rd e.nr.:4-b.: .. perie4rediag Louis. Mo. 29.72 inches and Lake at the best.Subscribe.
e' toe A..eelatrd PmTb .t 8 .*rl rk Ikea er.I.C- Superior region, Duluth, Minn.,
entitled to that she will be formidable rival of the AlmaaacSen. ', to The Citizen.
e Associated Prr a i* exclnalvely use a Tomorrow'.i 29.74 inches; while; it continuesi
fur republlcatlon of all new,dispatches credited, I rl .;tTu ,_. ... 5,33.a tn..I I i moderately high over the Florida ,
It or net othcrwlM' credited In this. paper'and also Normandie.In I Sun sets .,._. .!..._;. .:.. 7U9 p. m. peninsula. Miami 3008 inches I 'J.ek.o.thl.'s l.r.di.a Ii.teiw
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the local newa published here.I4AT10NAL ._. ..11 :58 THE SEMINOLE
m.
the meantime, the .Italian! liner Moon pars ----"-- ; p. and a high pressure area is mov-
Mpon rots ..... _\.. ...11:36 a. m. ing in over the Plains States. Wil-
) EDITORIAL) > Rex, which has just yielded her crown to I :Summer Solstice. (um- liston, N. D., 30.12 inches Rains t!

1fl 1.1 ",ASSOCIATION I. the Normandie. claims a reserve of speed l .m e r commences), :; and thunderstorm have occurred tI I
<=/ 1933 I 22nd ?...-.........._.._._ 3:38 a. m. since yesterday morning in the
that may regain her lost laurels. The Tomorrow's Tides i 1[ Plains Stites, and upper and mid-I f. w api scta

Tear _IIrDlC'RIPTIO'_ RATES. _fl.... German ships Bremen and Europa which I. A.M. P.M; die Mississippi and Ohio Vai'ejj-' t.a .
One u _' High ......... 202 1:56 the rainfall being; generally lightto
Six MonthsThree ;Jionths _u 2.S cea* not long ago were the speediest in the [ Low .. ..... ..... 7:43 8:21. moderate and there have been

One Month _.._.. .85 world, also have hopes of a come back. Barometer 8 a. m. today: light local showers in southeastern
Weekly _.__._... .20 Built-in bookcase against a pine paneled wall make this room an I Sea level, 30.06.WEATHER Florida Temperatures have f.l-!
The wall the left ia
attractive place for study or relaxation. to
The United States has I .
at present no under the bookcases offer len slightly in the Plains States, .r wkrnllle, FlordaCIi
ADVERTISING' RATES finished in rough plaster. Cupboards
card and. FORECAST and are somewhat below normal n. (..HIM-. ManasrrA
for accessories magazines
stationery
Made known on application. vessel either afloat or building that can ample storage space .II
I The radiator is hidden by a grille! which 6ta ia with the decorating 1 I there thia morning and also in the ..human hom.-lik. Imallmilnnh
SPECIAL NOTICE compete in speed with. any of the foreign/ scheme of the room but the open,front does not prevent radiation. I (Till 8 p. m.,. Saturday) southern Lake :region and ],(.rmatvrt* rv you..*will rmtfrtulmmirmt find year I.dltld..te a mat
All reading notices, carda of..thanks, resolutions of I ,
Valley while weather trr ogrt Importancej
Key West and, Vicinity: Fair I ; warmer prevails j
respect obituary notices, etc, will be charged for at ships named. Our once greatest ship, the :I
the rate of 10 cent a line. ..0..0..0..0..0.., tonight; Saturday probably local '' throughout most of the Atlantic II j A ...... rtrvpnwf ......... Ivratrdt
Notices for entertainments by churches from which Leviathan lies rotting at a Hoboken pier .l ... and Gulf States. with readings Iu tae ...rt ..fh.. .llyF

s. revenue Is- to be'derived are 6 cents a line. permanently out of service. Her name I KEY WEST IN i, Today's 1 1f ? r ', north 10 Atlantic degrees States higher in the.' '. ...rT Room -with ....m..'....Ion Tuh
The Citizen l.* an open forum and invites discussion 1I land Shower (lath. Radio. KleclltnMVillnK
of public Issues and subjects of local orr general would be something of a joke now, as theNorntandie's DAYS GONE BYHappening .Anniversaries1639Increase G. S. KENNEDY.: Faa Slat' Po_. for Summer
mutation. <' mfortabl It l. 'WllhMattmor
eriit Official <> *<
t! Charpr
Interest but it will not publish anonymous.communications. S. I in -
: 79,280 tons so greatly over- Her Just 10 Years ........................ I I sad nf Inner Individual Sense R forvmmrtlnn a4--

shadows the 48,943 tons of the once proud Ago Today A. Taken From Mather, Bos- t InK Lamp.

Leviathan. The Ftlet Of Tho Citizen I ton's famed'Puritan clergyman of I : fI.t., A ... RSTRS! Meat.is .
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST 1 colonial days, born in Boston. Died Hoot Gibson in 11__.. Private Bath S3.NO :.*.
Comparing the first and latest steamers t.G tj": \ b:4 Gp FIGHTING PARSON .. .M. MIH ......... Math u 20M
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ADVOCATED,"BY.THE CITIZEN Robert Fulton's 60-foot Clermont Captain Robert R. Knowles,-of : r u, 23, 1723: ( C. Kelly-Jand Harwell ..-KM**.*. P4.at* Oath ae.
t ....
I
: :6 pra.Fair 24.It* Private Bark .s.s.
the' Lighthouse Tender t'oinsiettaI i : ., MeFADDEN'S FLATS .. _
Jmt | .
..;.. 1. "I. 0..s. Print < >
could have maneuvered in the 112-foot i
( 1774 Daniel) D.Tomkins.'ewYork .
died this! morning of heart disease :- SlaoOJ. I : 10-15c; Night: 15-25c 'I.ICItt 'iirnFA' ron moraLe.
1. Water"'and-. f. wErKge J t swimming pool installed on the Normandie in the Marine hospital. The death|I : City lawyer, jurist,governor Tonight Torrowhowt'rs ACC''"P'.4y:
:
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Isi6"'to
rt Vice 'President from t ----J
f was sudden. He had been under __ = ,
for the benefit of her -
I,' 2. Bridget f_'.0"c.- -JRoad. to Main- passengers. treatment for some time at the! institution -I 1824. born Scaradale.. ! Y. ; gentle to moderate eastand < ; - -
d.1 land. ( and had been treated and i Died on Staten Island N. Y., June southeast winds. I..I.I'.III'.I'.tI'II.lII.I".I"4

3, Free Port. s THE CONQUEROR examined this morning!. He left!I 11, 1825. Florida: Fair tonight;; Saturday
the ward walked around a few local showers.
4. Hotels and Apartments. minutes and (hen fell to the floor.I() 1783-Theodosia Burr. brilliant
About 900 years ago there was bornin dead.. lie is !survived by his wifeand daughter of the unfortunate Jacksonville to Florida Straits:
6. Bathing.Payilion talesman, social leader and Gentle to moderate:: southwest \ OLD
France an illegitimate child who was two children. One !sister, Mrs. a
6. Airports! :Land and. Sea. destined to play an important part in theworld's Jessie 1 lesson and one niece; and l reigning beauty,' remembered for winds over north portion and moderate : PAPERvl
7. Consolidation, of County and City three nephews all of Key West. I her loyalty and devotion to her east winch over south por-
history. father born at Albany N. Y. tion wt'atber'air tonight and Sat.urday. 1
Governments. He was the son of Robert duke of At a. spt'd-m-:; ; ting of the'< Lost at !lE'a. in Jan., 1813. ; !i lPj ............... ;:

Normandy and Herleva Fulbert daughterof Knights of Columbus held Sun-. East Gulf: Moderate east windsover vlw
1805-Charie.s T. Jackson. New '
a tanner of Falaise. He is known in day morning it was decided that England chemist.and mineralogist. south portion and moderate
Sale 5 5B
the local council of the order will southeast wind shifting to fresh For
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN history as William the Conqueror and was donate the nag as requested by one of the claimants of the discovery south over north portion. I

the leader of that epochal struggle knownas the Elks. The flag will be flown of ether as an anesthetic, II I ........................
scientific discoverer mineral surveyor -
the Norman Conquest, which made him from the flagpole which was re- born at Plymouth ila, KEY WEST I.
WILL |
always seek the truth and print it; cently presented by the Elks and'!
without fear and without favor; never be. master of England." erected at Bayview Park. The: Died Aug. 28r 1880.1842George \ COLONIAL() HOTELIn C .
Claiming succession to the English Knights of Columbus will order Bundles for
afraid to attack wrong or td applaud right; W. Littlefield. 5.C
the flag at once and it will be the Center of the Businessand
throne virtue of former
with
by a compact 'I r I Texas: farmer cowman bank
always fight for progress; never be the organ made of the very best! material obtainable Theater District 25 in bundle .
president, and patron of higher
Harold, earl of Wessex William invaded
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or the mouthpiece of any person clique it was .id.Of education., born ia Panola Co.,
England when Harold himself acceptedthe First Class FireproofS -
faction or class; always) do its utmost for the ., Miss. Died Nov. 10. 1920. i
interest to their many : .sisiU J. Rates
English crown. At the famed battleof : _
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or friends will be the announcement;I f. 1859-Arthur L. Frothin ham. I
Hastings October 14 Williamwas i WEST CiTiZENaswsorswiis
1066 THE KEY
injustice; denounce vice and: praise l virtue; of the wedding Saturday of Mrs.'[noted Princeton archaeologist: and COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI '. ,
victorious through a brilliant strata- Katie Albury and Leo Martinez!
commend good done by individual or organization -scholar born in Boston. Died ,. .
gem and Harold was killed. Within five The wedding: was solemnized at j tolerant of others' rights, views and
; Albury, notary PrieM t
the home of Eugene t
l; -
William had all \if'.I'II'I.lI'
conquered England
opinions; print only news that will elevate years public, who performed the I ii I!1 1866-Irwm M. Howe, official .I'.I'I'I.I"I'I'.I'j
and insurrections .
although numerous ceremony. of the American Base- -- -- -
and not.contaminate the reader; never compromise statistician
withprinciple. against his authority afterward occurred, I I,:ball ,League, born. Died March

maintained- his mastery with a firm eo Under the.. direction n,'__ of Joseph"' ..L__ I, 26, 1934. ............. .......... ....................... .... ...........
\aldez and M. Del nno, the vuoanClub
hand as William I. will give ai dance on the evening :Kn&ny and Roumania the former .
Most motorists are satisfied with half Both before and after the conquestof of July 3. which will be one 'home of Sirs. Kantor.

the road provided they can have the top England William had to fight many of the most elaborate affairs ever: RAINRAIN
given by the club. Every lady at- : The Catholic Activities Club
half.
battles to hold his original territory in I
tending will be presented with a will meet tomorrow afternoon at .
Normandy being pitted at times againsthis ticket entitling her to one of the the Athletic Cluo; and it is expected -
favors to be during the eve that large attendance will be I'
given a
People who gamble usually pay the own son, Robert. ; this
The popularity of
bill-cash in advance. and no discountsfqr In 1087 while at war with' the ning. organization present. is increasing! and each

cash! French he invaded the district of Vexen "Vil itin scouts: from Clearwater meeting witnesses! a number of .

and burned the town of Mantes. His and St. Petersburg are to be new faces. .

An Ohio woman wants a divorce because horse plunging into the burning cinders treated entertaining to a round,events of exciting during and the Raymond U. Lord. who recently 1.-

her husband keeps 11 radios going inflicted wounds from which William the week. Local boy scouts have graduated from the law school of ; RA1N11
Florida has associated -
all night. What she really needs is a Conqueror died on September 9, 1087. planned a baseoall game. supper at the University himself of with. Judge T. S. i

machine ,'''H d ** William was stern, self-reliant and Victoria restaurant: matches.basketball!!' ,. Car in ,rac ce. The new firm i
.r wrestlingand boxing
unscrupulous but less cruel than will have offices in the Renedo, :
many

i It is time to realize that 1935;' is half warriors of his time although he did wreck Editorial comments' Some\ ofthoserrfelUws ,building. ; L i' Jt- Wfon't who
terrible French district ; aretso I, tilled 1 Mk aIMrlr Jfnrmie Finder announce -
pone and that platfth: this. year must be vengeance upon a with 'the desire to celebrate) 'the I .

accelerated or they'wilt not be;] realities' whose inhabitants had taunted him with national b'rth'ljF! : ;, could do so i I 2U in their the birth home on at Sunday 1217 June Pe- i; Rain SoonWhy .Prepare i r

when 1936 rolls around. .. his illegitimate birth. very apnrt! nrtMr, br setting out tronia street ,of 4-'soil t. :.Mother I .
more tree along toe streets of .
a His 900th anniversary was celebratedwith I and baby are doing, nicely. .
Ji annul. "m_ Mf"'W '4- Pam .
i
One of the phenomena of modern elaborate ceremonies both in Eng- BENJAMIN LOPEZ

politics is the and land and in parts of France.A -Mrs. J. G. Kantor and daughter, !
way two sane apparently Miss FUNERAL HOME SPECIAL" I
Gladys Abramovitz were pasengera I
'sincere, men can look at the same facts !' leaving for Tampa Saturday f .. Establish U Yew V
and draw entirely different conclusions.We BRIGHT CHINAMAN night. Following a visit with i K T. W...'. OUoet
relatives in Tampa they will go I, 14-11... ......._ .......
to New York and from there will;i L L1e.a.a 2:....._ 0 75 LB. STANDARD SLATE Ji
notions of Chinese characterand '
can count on the fingers' of one Popular CB4-W
proceed to Europe to visit in Ger- : ....* 131 W.ht; 25

hand those to whom credit w refused by intelligence were given another shock 0 i ROOFING, Red or Green Per Roll 'P'd

The Citizen except on a cash basis. Thisis when Dana Yung Kwai was voted by the ------------

a record of which to be proud, and senior class at Yale its "most brilliant :. Regular Price $2.75 :4 I

speaks well for the honesty and integrityof member.:* He also stood second among .
We will be pleased to. have- consult about V i
the business people of Key West. the "most versatile" and second among you ua ;

: those "most likely to succeed." bow you can While Cisterns Are Dry WIly Not Check For Cracks?

Travelers in Europe patronizing the While a freshman he won prizes in

restaurants know of the profuse thanks history and chemistry; as a sophomore he ,. S A Phone Call To Us Will Bring The Cement i
"!!'
tendered when paying their bills.: In commercialized won prizes in drawing mechanics: ncT Build; Buy, or E

America the vocal chords are physics; he won his "Y" as a member, of :

preserved by the laconic "Thank You" the swimming team. Before entering Refinance Your Home. a f We Also Carry A Complete Stock of Guttering

Yale he distinguished himself as a studentat .
sign placed" in front, of the cash register. S

a Washington high school, and won a t .x :F,> 1; I r and Down Spouts ?

Noting that nearly 2,500,000 Amer- medal as captain of a, cadet company. ..: or.repair'or modernize: any type of t: S .. : ,

icans lost on the Irish sweepstakes, the Yung Kwal! is the son of the counselor building on insured credit .. ...

Tampa Tribune says "the percentage forthe of the Chinese legation at Washingtonwho 11 ..

player is much lower than in our own is himself a Yale graduate. I : ,
"Your home of the
worthy belt"South :
bohta." If there are any unemployed research Although the accomplishments of this I The First National Bank of Key; West{ .

experts. they might try to figure gifted young man, are exceptional his record i
IL
Florida Contracting & Enpeering Co. i iI
out the percentage for the player in bolita. proves that there must be latent I Approved Mortgage Under the : .

and state-taxed slot machines as compared among China's millions many bright minds I :
I PIa.Be-593 White 2BJ Eliza Streets :
trained to efficiency .. .. .
to the petty thievery practiced with capable of being high '' : :

* marked cards and crooked roulette wheels. and used with mighty effect for I FEDERAL HOUSING- ADMINISTRATION' .'. . t'. :.......*............................................................:
the advancement of civilization.
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FRIDAY" JUNE 21, 1935. THE KEY WEST"CmZEN PAGE THREE'

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LEGALS

I ENEMYS II DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKSBy IN TUF.VTIKTH THF. .R"I'.T jmiriti."OI'RT riRcriT OF THE

OF' THE STATE! OF FIORID.
l> AND FDA MOXROR COI'\T1.IX .
__ u u CH.INTERV.Je .
( GRAVY) .
*** L. Alley and Florence
dyYOPSTYores A***. .. IntCus red flush seread slowly! UD his nee. "SPORTS' .. .. H. Alley, his wife
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rfrflrrf Oaskn*.. (** .ee..e..ee.eeeeae.e.e.eee..ee..e.eee..e .ea
cove trhtt it ..,.*.. t. starry AH Their: eyes were on each other, tsyIng -- ,R Plaintiff.
...> talker Atlmi rci/s Duflntrid -amsxing,'wonderful things. Then II III All aboard for Miami: this aft-,, bors say that all 18 belong to Sam : vs. F.r. U,....rr .! I.... ..f
Ortlftoatr
Tax
..arrytfy Aerafter Jo.... lor tlmt/Aka tA1.w.ws4a mmey ...4tkul their bands met They sat like that, I ; ernoon. The following players i I and family. I Cureton Lumb r' Company, at
,.*<.. to .a "..-teitlt tomtontr"f held by the miracle of ILAUaont" I. 9- will! make the trip (providing none: I corporation organized andexisting
Tk.n a*' rw". Pat (*. reamI I under the laws of the
have an accident in the l!! Pete Ike Rn-sell and
r- Taylor
weft (i.. ir..f.r.. 'IJG''C mean- I II I State' of Florida and Mary K.I .
.'.II.M Dal h.. ... .>"". wave Is- The traffic signal lifted. His hand __ : T time) : Lopez SpotUwooU, Price, i Bacom Grooms played a game but j j I IU."tnn. a widow,
r mvttia** Cay says*.la aa arcaitrrtf i I I r Defendant
dropped hers and I,
leaped back the
to ... Kirschenbaum. Kemp. Ru!!sell. on account of shorts worn by Ike
J>I t I! ORDER OF PUBLICATION
tartarram !.. Kifiera. They. Cr.prtwbe4 wheel. They turned out and to the RID SOX SPLIT D1AMONDBALLi I Ii Pittman O'Bryant. Dongo and and Pete none of the three could I I''Ol appearing from the worn bill
by a a.trepa>ter .tOf'1l'cUi.
left into Lower Regent Street. Goldsmith complaint in the above entitled
..i or'h mime ol a body ill FOLLOWING"tBROUGH. Clem left last night j play very much. Pete's were of
D'PIt.- 8ara A..!' Tm sorry I'd no TIght to do that"He t I, : 1 Ito: be sure that he- arrived on the.' a purple hue while Ike could not I Mary|[rouse K.that Ilecton.plaintiff a Widow believe, one thai o/

spoke lea very low and husky DOUBLEHEADER i I i GAMES TONIGHT!': ,rene. While the Key West crowd i! describe the color of his breeches.1 I> the defendant In the above styled
Chapter 29 tone much moved f[ cause, I.I a resident of a State or
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"I don't see why not. said AU-on. .
"I'M A DOCTOR" WITII MACKMEN- -- i hope springs eternal and etc., etc. i i Bob ,Spottswood and Russell ;; Florida namely, the State of :New
"I-1 did too. ;, (By JOVE) Jener.. and that the residence of
TjVTAlUon could not smile at the All the I'd helnsiated [I ( JOVE If we hold together we will return Kerr made Willie Watkin and'am the said defendant Alary E. Heton.as .
same no right to. ... ..... ... .. .......* By ) i I''
*" ,- Goldsmith few words. particularly aa I* known to sal f rim J Joke; she wa..itarID&down "I didn't mean to tell you. Isuppose I There will.be, a doubleheader at Monday. eat a
hetk la I No. 32. South Clinton
To with Max. Baer who
at the dazedly aa she repeated; knew r felt like that : I Along the first part of the game
paper you CLEVELAND: 'INDIANS DEFEAT 1 Cay view Ptlk tonight The Avenue City of TreutoState of
"How could anything be there!" about your: i was' goingto-:-_ hand over thei fint'' :Yesterday; wa a day ot few i Bob and "Papa" were in a fog but'I II New Jersey and that there la no
l wotld"a |game win bring together e Rec:: I players again. The foursome of soon a light dawned them 1 I I person in the State of Florida the
1 tall you. there must be.someway "I guessed. she admitted. WASHINGTON SENATORS; ,heavyweight,championship: upon !i i service of a subpoena upon whom
.In'and out.'some( way we didn't "I couldn't help it.,could ir .he/ to 'his kid brother, Buddy after Ireation ten rod: the Garage Sam Harris Charles &1las. Cookie I I that unless! they got down to play-' would bind said defendant Mary

find."'said Coy."Yon smiled at her, rather whimsically.: "1 DODGERS WIN AND LOSE [ Batteries will be: Walker 00)-5.1 Mea and Louis Cruickshank played ing Sam and 'Pious would walk e:. Ileston. Further that said plaintiffs -
he tired of the i. believe! that the of th.
mean you don't'Wnk.lhaC fell in love with you the very first WITHREDS:: I got game. .And Griffin for the Recreation around for a bit but an usual j I I I off with the match From then oni !I said defendant Mary E.are lIe.toD. Iso..r

It happened the night we were minute. when you got so cross with two minutes after the flash came I Sam had to hurry home. Thesecret I i I;i unt+l the end of the game Hokey twenty-one years.It .
and I.. Castro and H.
Castro
for I Is therefore
ordered that
Mary
there! me. I over the radio about James J. is out at last. It is necessary -I I i Pokey and SamueUa were just op- B. Helton, a widow one of the defendants -
"No. 1 dont. ire stark Impossible. "On all (ours on the pantry floor!"' Braddock being our new champion f the Mechanics I for Sam to be back in Key I l| position that was very little opp In the above styled ran e.

We'd: have 'seen a dead kitten; let Alison's laughter'was- full. of sheer NEW YORK, June 21. The t- In the second game the Lighthouse West! by 5:30) p. mol on account of!,r i and for that matter no osition I be and she Is hereby required to appear -

atone a man's corpse,'even apart happiness.. Philadelphia Athletics and the every one who read my column aggrecTtim:: will tackle the ': he has to get to the fi-h market'I I I either. I cause to on the Monday bill of, complaint the 1st day In said of
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from the fact that we were looking "Ye.rVou looked. so. adorable.. So- White Sox divided overtime games, I where I said that Maxie would win before closing time to buy fish for July A. P. IU otherwise the alienation
1/ Bayview Park '
,
for the ghost And there-wasn't anything furious!" the Sox takingthe second contest.I in 15 rounds gave the horlot-! I team. I I i those' numerous cats He claims I This must necessarily; be short confessed* of said by said bill defendant will be takenas

: there when you went down' "I was rabid with-you" !" 2' to 1, on consecutive singles by | laugh every time they saw me. The opening contest will begin ; only eight of them but the neigh- and sweet today, children! I l It is farther ordered that this order -
nest morning." "I know Toe nearly bit my head. Radcliff Haye3 and Haas in the : promptly at 8 o'clock:: and the !, i be published once a week for
"I didn't look right round." admit. off." twelfth after the A', took the,1 i here are only a few who readi nightcap will start 10 minutes ft-I$ ---- i four consecutive weeks in The Key
Rest Citizen,
I t a '
ted \Iaoa..l only went, straight "To deserved,itt""For opener. 5 to 3, in 10 inning on' these Scribbles' but those few sure erward. : lished in Monroe County newspaper, State pub of
LEGALS
through to turn the light off but stopping you yelling?" Jimmy Foxx's twelfth home run I did razz prediction. I not I LEAGUE STANDINGS I Florida
,eye then-" "For pinching m} nose!" my, am ...............e..eSC. i Hated this Slit day of May A. D.
Bob Johnson base.A 1 uu.
with on
blame if those '
to wise i
"What else could do! I'd got to : guys up IX THE roi XTT jmCK-m COfRTIX
"Even then you'd hardly hare (Circuit Court seal
.. home run by Ralph WineK3rnerpinchh.ttincfor I Today's Birthdays I j MJ FOR MOVBOR (sot'\TT
missed a body! There's a picture ol stop you somehow. I didn't want Mel Harder north go haywire. The fans up AMERICAN LEAGUE FLORIDA.. IV PRORtTR. ROSS 0 SAWTKR.

the- house..by the'way. on the middle them! to bear"and ask what 1 was in the eighth inning, started the i I there paid $205,000 to see the ....a e e e ee.e e e.a ve e e f e ee t Club- W 1. 'cLI In FANMB re Estate-GROSSMAN::: Clerk Circuit Circuit Court of Florida Twentieth, in and Jodlclal for-
there He
stopped suddenly.
doing'
,She page opened the paper K_:and. looked: Cleveland Indians on a' three-run light .50'why;kitk Baer and his Daniel Carter Beard of Suf- New York ........."_' 37 19 .661 f NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo r>ecease
It waa Impossible! to mistake- :" looked up, surprised: rally which. enabled them .to defeat manager received $88,805 and .fern, N. Y., national Boy 'Scout Chicago _.._. 28 22 .560 all creditors and all persons having Solicitor/ for Plaintiffs.mar:1.. .
ALISON ''''''''h''' : un-14-21-2S
house..The great fold;'of the).dawns were turning Into Glasshouse the Washington Senators. 8 Braddock pulled in 3124413. commissioner:' artist, author and Cleveland ...__-.-..... 31 24 .56- I claims Estate:or demand ..I'lIl1tllaid
on one aide the drop into tjia Street. to. naturalist, born in }Cincinna4 85 Toe and each of you are herebynotified
galley 6The Alabam .Pitta_ can play ball. Jude Detroit ......_.__....... 29 26 .527 1
on the other and the road that wound {[Them to hear?" she repeated. Brooklyn: Dodders staged a years Jig-o. | and required to present

gist the two gates. It was queer and "but there was "no one" six-run uprising in the eighth inning Lanai,ruled him, eligible, for a I, : Boston ___.._._...____ 21 29 .482 or any either claims of and you demands may have which against yon.

rather horrible to look at It again It happened so suddenly that she to defeat Cincinnati 7 to 1. contract However he is barred Daisy M Stevens of MissI\ :, woman : Washington _....._ 26 30 .461 the Estate of Fannie Grossman. ....- ffUsstii'sCIGAR

aadr' realize that those dark.eerie had no time to think..A grubby little in the second earns of a double-I I from exhibitions. Judge Kenesaw leader, born at Raleigh, Miss.,J'Philadelphia _m'_.._ 22 30 ..&23 ceased, to late the of Honorable Monroe County Hugh,Guns Florida
cellars held a dead man. girl of about four darting from a. header after the Reds had taken 60 years ago. County Judge of Monroe County.
I Mountain Land. high commissioner .....___..._. .308 ,
St. Louis 16 36
Alison shuddered. The memory of doorway almost beneath their 'the first, 6 to 1. in 11 innings. i Florida at his office in the County

the'grey thing outside the door of wheels-the car swerving violently With Manasrer- Pill Terry and i i of baseball, ruled that Pitts Edith 1L Patterson of Dayton Courthouse, within in eight Monroe calendar County months FlorIda

those two nail-less hands missing the child crashing into alamppost 'Joe Moore hitting: homers to account I could, play organized ball, and 0.. lecturer, born in Ohio.. 52 NATIONAL LEAGUE from the date of the first pubiica-1. STORE0

towards her was still too poignant which bent, hitting the for halt of the runs the commenting: on the case, he said: years ago.Arthur. I tion shall hereof be In writing Said claims and .or.....
to" be comfortable. The traffic bad top. Scared the child jumped back. New York Ciants turned back the i i "The records show it was Pitts Club-- W. 1.. Pct. place! of residence and

started again and they were running The off-wheel of a truck coming up challenge: cf the Ptttsburgh Pi-I,'that went into a grocery: store in C. Dorrance.. president New York .......-.._. 36 14 .720 address be sworn of to the by claimant the d..man"l --
a... behind took the little thing (
Piccadilly towards Regent thlttu.
Street she "i 1 and flung it up into the air. rotes as they defeated the E\'cs.1 I Brooklyn and held up a lone clerk of the Campbell Soup Co., Camden Pittsburgh ............__ 33 24 .."' 79 agent or attorney.All Baseball
as said don't know such Daily ReturnsBy
claims and demands
6 to 2. to increase their I with a and records show that not
gun J. Bristol Pa.
N. born .
what my father's going to think "Oh!" Alison's hands went to her' at St. Louis .__-'__"'..-.. 31 23 .574 filed within' the time and in themanner
when he sees th!.." eyes, shutting out the >picture> as the six and'onehalf g&=teB. {i I Pitts had been in five similar rob- 42 years ago. prescribed herein shall be ,
Chicago _. 28 24 .538 Wire
Dizzy Dean limited the Phillies., benea.: He has paid his debt to : void.Dated
fell the When
child ,
'
"Y nr father? hitting roadway.
,"Yes. You see-" she paused wondering she looked back the truck. had run to five hits uid bis St. Louis mates l society.so I will give him chance Dr. Arnold Gesell. Yale's direc- Brooklyn _.....__ 25, 27 .481 1535. the 7th day of June. A. IX -o--

how the.could put it "I 1 told up onto'the walk. won. 3 to 1. Dean fanned eight ''to go straight. Alabama Pitts I tor of the Clinic of Child Development Cincinnati .............. 22 33 .400 HESTER ALPERT PARK :NEE

you that be had some silly Idea In The driver white and sick-looking Camilli and J. Collins hit home!I I has signed a new contract with' born at Alma, Wis.,56 years Philadelphia _.._ 19 31.380v I,As GROSSMAN Administratrix of the Estate, of COME IN AND GET THE

his head that there was something ;, was climbing out. A crowd bad rtnsThe |I: Albany and will start playing to- ago. 17 35 .327 Fannie Grossman deceased. RESULTS OF THE

funny about you-it's. her fault gathered as crowds do in London. New York Yankee settled' morrow. Boston _. WILLIAM Attorney V for, ALBURT.Administratrix. MAJOR BASEBALL

mally.-, springing from nowhere; a knot of themselves r: IHtle more firmly in ; Prof. Reinhold Niebuhr of New jun7-14-2I2t LEAGUES0

*Your stepmother's shocked and curious loafers a messenger first place in the American League ,i t I Going back to the squared York's Union Theological Seminary York, born in Cleveland, 5T '... :

"Yes. You see she's been makingmischief boy a.woman who-wa* crying when they trounced the Detroit(i Iarenal I Virtually every heavyweight editor of "World Tomorrow" ago. .1 Percival Bower, socialist and --

again." Alison grew hot and trying to push her way Tigers for the third straight time j I I championship battle in history born at Wright City Mo., 43 former newsboy, was amongthose CIGARS CIGARETTES,

and red. "She. hales me-and she, through. GUY was out of the ear. winning 5 to 2, behind the Hve-hit : has been followed by ugly years ago.Albert celebrated knighted by King George of Eng- SOFT DRINKS

wants to make trouble that's alL So running across the road and Alison hurlng of Johnny Allen. I I rumors. They even accused ,the Sir Josiah Stamp land recently. ETC.

she hit on this because she knew it'd scrambling out followed. The summaries: I late John L, Sullivan of taking the I L. Scott president of English economist born 55 years j
burl me-because we were friends." "Truck knocked down a.kid. saida NATIONAL LEAGUE Subscribe to The Citizen.
ea Sbe'ended that sentence' rather greal'looking'; man. Importantly.- First Cam. I'James J. Corbett- They also said I.
Gaju pushed bins aside .
quickly. e"You t | f E I -
At Brooklyn R. H::
that Jack Johnson the negro
mean she tried to stop you "Ale right Tm a doctor. He .
Cincinnati ..._ ....._. 6 14 2 'champion took the count in the -
dropped his kneee beside the
seeing. me! on Brooklyn .._...._....._ 1 3 2 i 26th round in Havana Cuba in
''She got father to forbid me."' fallen child and the crowd. pressIng -.
"Nowr round shut him off from Alison- Batteries: Freitas. Dermiger front of Jew Willard while shad-

"Yes. But 1 told him point blank Some minutes later when the ambulance and Lombardi; Zachary. Leonard, ing his eyes from the sun. They

that 1 was comlngv You see I'bad to. had carried away. the child, Babich and Lopez. raid that Jack Dempsey's gloves FIRMS

sae you." bruised and cut but not seriously had iron slugs in them the day he

'"About the thing yon rang up the worseGuy 'brushed down his ;. Seeo-J Game mutilated Jess Williard. They ;

about -art nlgbtf"YesJ muddied tronser,kneee and.. looked At Brooklyn R. II. K. said that Jack Dempsey was, doped

round for Alison Cincinnati ,.... 162 the night he lost to Gene Tunney. '

Piccadilly! was torn up; they were i She wee gone. -Brooklyn _.._ 7 10 0 Then there was the long count in k''zzZ Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

following the stream of cars that Batteries: Johnson, Herrmannand Chicago and rumors had it' f

circulated slowly by Jertayn Street. A doctor! Erickson; Mungo. Vance and that the referee was working -

Allipn. her eyes on the 'bus ahead Then he had been lying lying Lopez. ., hand in hand with Tunney

gave him a brief account ot her visit when he told her that he was' an i 'i i against Dempsey There were

tor Vulhaio. She bad reached that architect down there to look at the : At-New York Rj H. E.I more and more rumors the night ,

moment when she looked Into the Croft House" I .._ 242 PARK ROSES ,
Pittsburgh I Herr Maxie Schmeling won the: JOHN C. Ninc3oaFfs
lighted' room when he stopped her. That was Alison's first numbed New York _.__... 690 title from Jack harkey, while I Now Offered : THIS SPA C l:
she stood in the road on
thought ae
Batteries: Bush and Grace. Pad- flat on his back-wbmipenng from

"JUST J one moment. Can you" tell the crowd outskirts which surrounded of the thickening Guy and 'I'I den; Parmelee AI Smith and Man- !I the effects of' what the Germans 328 SIMONTON ST.STAR., !b 25c; FLORAL PIECES. ASPECIALTY
what this fellow like?
was
The who herr the child. i CUSOk: f!> called a fouL There were even I LARGO, ft* 18c; 12 Insertions
man was kissing .
!'Y.L""He A pack of lies\ : but why should he E.i i j I uglier rumors the night Sharkey i iI v. & s., rb isc:
I At Philadelphia, R. H. :
which won back the title from Schmeling
lie-unless the story Daphne PLUMBINGDURQ I
was. dark. Foreign looking. told was true? St. Louis ...... 3 15 11 I!I on one of those hair-line decisions.And I Buy It At Your Local PLANTS and VINES
Not; quite French or anything like, I OJ I .
._ 1 5
I "I won't believe it! I don't believe Philadelphia. --.-" I, if you will recall many per.: Grocery Store
that. Italian.
More like PER MONTH
that he's the same man. anyway II Batteries! :- J.. Dean and Deal -j;. sons charged that Sbarkey took a '

"Qr"Yes.Spanish Or Spanish.? abe agreed1 .* she thought tiercel)'. "There must ncey; Davis and Wilson. :r dive the night he fell victim of I'I'r PUMPS Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA)
i"
feaXurfaS t&sar: be some other reason-perhaps it's oneof the good Senor Primo Car ,
:\re1"y straight : Just that he's had training in first I Chicago'"at'"Boston" postponed;I STAR I COFFEE( MILL
row head a little black moustache:' rain. : nera'e.r.ilow-! rc: .t ,fIt .. .PLUMBING: SUPPLIES NURSERY
aid
eyebrows that met level,across hUnoser or something"a .I 512 Greene Street $3 0' 0 '
A bell shrilly behind her and -
rang ,
,, * "You know him!" Alison ex she was swept aside by the crowd First Can I ,of heavyweight fighters PHONE 348, Phone 256 PHONE 597
claimed. on the pavement aa the ambulance cannot take it like' they
.
At Chicago R. H. E.,
drove up and two men In the white used'io'l
"Yes. 1 think so. Go on. He in days gone by.
and blue of St. John's out. .Philadelphia __ 591
sprang
'
seemed nervous now. wrought up .._ 370 Tunney and going right back down HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
For an instant, as the crowd parted Chicago READ
and breathless. -
j. the line. mot of the heavyweghts I SELECT SEA FOODS
Batteries Blaeholder. Benton. i
"There wasn't anything more. I Into a narrow lane she caught a : INSURANCE
showed their ability to hold theii
lost went as quick as I could." glimpse of Guy on his knees,the little Wilshere and Berry; Whitehead defended THEKEYWEST ,
with one. Tumey -
own any Jewfih 2 lit.. 35 ;
girL with closed eyes and and Grube- .
"Did you apeak about it to her! It his title twice with Dempsey -
Or to your f.therr face resting in the crook of and I Yellowtail Steak 2 Ibs 35e Office: 319 Dural Street
then the solid wall of Whlt8-1 Second Game and once with Henney '
"Not in so words. It seemed arm: -
many licked Miske Yellowtail en Bone, 2 I),.. 25e
i then retired. Dempsey SUNDAY STARSubscription
too like-- closed back and she was ; At Chicago R. H. E.i

."Spying" he IInllhed.'X again by a policeman who : Philadelphia .- 1 8 Oi t Gibbons Brennan. Carpenter and Creeper, 2 n... -. 25Saappcr. < TELEPHONE NO.

Alison nodded.* ,. Ing to keep the road clear. : Chicago: .._..._ 2 11 0 I Firpo in title bouts. Willard lost 2 n... 25e '

"So she doesn't know at all that The two men from the ambu Batteries: Marcum and Berry;! the first time out but defeated Mellon Fish 2 0... 25e $2 Per Year .

4)'on've got this on herr lance came out carrying the child 'Phelps Wyatt and Shea. j j Johnson KetcheH Jeffries. Flynn -THE- Iff y.... Meals At
"Xo." on a stretcher: Guy was 3ust behind Moran and a score of others before FRESH SHRIMP Key West'a Only Sunday

H. was silent a minute. thinking them with another policeman who At Detroit R. H. he was whipped. Tomwj Paper Ddmomco Restaurant

deeply, 'driving at a hand's pace, waa- taking notes, while beside him, New York _..___.-.__. 5 7 E.1 Burns whipped Hart O'Erien and FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
then putting down the brake and the driver of the lorry whiteand Squires in title bouts. Jim Jeffries Business Office: Citizen Badweiser Beer ___?__ lie
Detroit .. .. .. .... ... 25
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-
{aha had time to look at him. think. shaky, kept repeating.. "This gentleman Batteries- :-Allen and Dickey 11 defeated Sharkey. Frtziimmorw!I LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Sk c-n. DiaPHONE --. --
'Ing, "1 love him even when he saw me-'twun't my fault Corbett and Monroe in titli
Sullivan and Cocbrane. SO 75 .4 S5AARON .
monotonous bouU'I' 151 PHONE 51 --------- *. a
and
frowns like thaL-H.looked up suddenly in an agitated' : J'Jim Corbett defended his
and caught bar glance. squeak. ',cessfully against Charlie XitcneiU
......*WtacftJAllsen At Cleveland R. H. .E. -- ,
For aa instant neither aaoka hat (Cerri0U.lHlf 'We do r.f rndrse.wisoSto df -t -
,he Washington ._ __.. 6 14 1 not. ;
caught his breath sharply as *. sudden Ulan* Is- enplained Cleveland _..._... 8 14 'vert the aims and ambition of j McCONNELL Our Re pPRITCHARD
.
.one does who. marvels, and. a dark, tomorrow. I ? Sit youths but it Strikes HJ as! 536 Fleas Stn t -
Batteries WhiUhiH and BoltonJ;
: ; JENNIE B. DE BOERPRINTING
rather odd-tast'e\ry ouJ of out Dod .. erery pacfcag. *
Harder Hudlin and Phillips. I
1
wtild's fcc-TV*..t;?;.- chaipie'i,1; FUNERAL HOSE
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeToday ninth state to ratify the Constitution. of
aice f 1899 iir today where
r.
f.g
Boston at St Louis, postponed,
In Historyeeeeeee .._ aa Herbert Hoover is the only liv- '
'rain
,..eeeeeeeeeeeeee .4'r ex-prct-Jnt.} Jt-ffries w..nin I' i's' w.ta Dfgwlflal, Sy.pts.tl.Dest.r -

1899 and will son be 61. Jack Cewtes.
1749-CoU Edward Cornwallis. 1877-11 leaders o; the "Molly GAMES TODAY Johnson is 57, Burns is 5-1. Wil QQ DONE BY US

with 2.00 settlers established! the Uaguires,** the secret terroristsof lard is 52. Dempsey is 39, Tun-, NOTARY. PUBLIC

English fort now Halifax Nova the mining regions; of Pennsylvania AMERICAN' LEAGUE ney is 37. Sharkey is 33, Camera:' WATCHMAKER JEytELEJTHE- LICENSED EHBAUTEB

Philadelphia at Chicago. is 29. |ferr Schmeling; is ZV and1 AND ENGRAVERSee
Scotia. hanged at Pottsville, Pa. Boston at S.t Louis.
Max Baer is 26, and Braddock -' Aa -
now. "'
New York at Detroit. Him For Your Next Work ARTHAN PRESS "
is 33. Maxie Baer is at his .
1770-Marriage fete of future Washington at Cleveland. .
ALL PRICES REDUCED '
XVI 1918-Americans holding 39 home in Aabury Park pondering 1
Louis of France and Marie Citizen Bldy.PHONE I LADY ATTENDANT
Antoinette, be 16 and she 15. in miles of battlefront in France. NATIONAL, LEAGUE about. his, future. i Hunt 9 (. 12-1 to ti -_- Gtke Office

Paris, when 15,000 said to have. I I Pittsburgh at'New'York. I French recruits trained i' Open Saturday Njkt! 51 Pbw 544 Me* aT SIa y
are -
been trampled to death. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. army: I .
1922-70 dead,' wounded and I Chicago at Boston;;:- : in the. manual of arms with the

1788: New "' the' Herein Ill strike riots. St. Louis at Philadelphia.. .i.ot.. a1o -motiOD pictures
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, PACE FOUR THE KEY WEST CITIZEN "
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1935,


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f r .: ;:-:; SOCIETY : -:; 1 [At The Stores]I I I[ 43 Safe Cups For of Man Tea,Consumed Reports Scientist Daily Ie 1. CLASSIFIED COLUMNWANTED rrsr.TO 'I'I I individually Being CARD unable we OF take to THANKS see this each means one


of expressing our deep gratitude
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..................e.a.eeseeeeelee.le.eejee.e .jI If
S I ....................... 'Land appreciation of the many
j I paper kindnesses' extended to us in the
Miscellaneous Shower Given BARGAINS AT HUB I. I f remembrance shown toward our

With the new home of themen's cad a i( late mother, Mrs Laura Collins

Honoring Miss Juanita Curry department of the Hub SHELL QUOTATIONS DIRECT Tour I as well as for the many floral of.

-- Store nearing completion. Grand I FROM COLLECTOR shipped ferings| sent and for the use of
Removal Sale at the Hub will fw,. :U OB
Mrs. J. G. Sweeting and! Mrs. lalia Perez, Mrs. Sarah Watson; Heart Clam. Panama Fight cars so graciously donated.
soon come to a close. j ing Conch. Pink Conch, etc-, 6:15 to
junZMtx: TilE FAMILY
c; P. Curry entertained yesterday Miss Marjorie Key Miss Lauren-;
William Mendell, of and Shell Turner
manager Lamps. -Mlfg, purpose
afternoon with a miscellaneous tina Torano, Miss Adele Robert, the Hub U in ,New York Co.
now sa : Ventnor N.. !. )jun21-6tx
in .. plaints.
shower at the Armory building :
Mrs. Joseph Watkins, Mrs. Walter, 'I lecting stock for the new men'l'shop I -
, Isabel
boner of Miss Juanita percent
. 'i Mrs. Arnold Mrs and also buying new goods, ROOMS LEE BAKER'SMEAT
Curry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' J. Roberts. Key ,
if
married Alton- Goehring Mrs Carlyle Roberts for the ladies' "tore. fri, 4d i r rI you 'J
: A. B. Curry,' who will be |I MARKET
on Saturday night June 29, at 9 < Mrs. William Russell, Mrs. There are still many bargainsto I "THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00, aea. IIII"I1I1'I
be had inthe Hub sale and it "'
Piedad Molina A I I $2.60 and $3.00 wec't,
. o'clock in St. Paul'a Episcopal per
is .liT I
the advice
the
Church, to Angel Delgado. Miss Zenaida Castro Miss Lor- of, managementto 'BalaTeaJisJSucfi 'Double and Single. 128 N. E. HEAVY WESTERN STEER

To the tune of the wedding raine Shepherd, Mrs W. B. Bur- buy now before the : Ii ;4th street Miami, Fla. I MEAT
I prices as are in effect now I
chell, Mrs Harry Pritchard Mrs.
march little Esther Margaret -rnaj-24-lmox
\\ I
Curry as the bride, and Chas. Howard Weatherford. Mrs. C. D. cannot go on indefinitely. ;i:" fit Sprint Lamb Milk Fed Veal

Percy Curry, Jr., as the Riggs. Mrs. Merrill Roberts, Miss FURNITURE SALE I FOR REN1 F Pork Fre.h Liver

marched to the groom'r Maria\ T. Van Grie en. Miss Maria I Sausages Spar. Rib
Time to furnish the home with r
Gonzalez Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. I II.
her with Roy
presented
, a comfortable furniture O. S.t! BICYCLES-WE RENT by the Sugared Cured Ham
- followed by Cnpid Willard Bell, Mrs. Robert Roberts, I. says I
They were Hour
Week.
Long. Mid-summer Home Furnishing Day or Repairall I / HENS AND FRYERSWE
Beverly Curry, who pulled the Mrs. Theodore Roberts. I Sale tomorrow and, makes and paint them with
Mrs. Reca Peacon. Mrs. Rut- I smarts I
cart with the gifts.
ends 15. Nu-EnameL We carry a full i 1 ARE OPEN SUNDAY
The color scheme'as pink and ledge Curry. Mrs. S. Van Grieken .I During on July this period it is possible j|i ito it 6Dr. supply of parts. Agent for theN MORNINGS
white in the decorations and refreshments Mrs. Armando Gonzalez. Miss
on'' Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.
i buy furniture at cash prices
with a lot of green Gertie Curry, Kiss Cleora Curry, 'easy terms at Long's Furniture I And sell them as low as $5.00
plants and profurion of Miss Rubie Edwards. Mrs. Benj. rat after their of serious tea drinking. Phone 695 Free Delivery
potted a i Store. Read the advertisement in Fischer weighs in white day down and $1.00 per week. We / !
pink and white roses adding to the Tynes. Mrs.\ Joseph Ladd. Mrs. 822 Flcmlni StreetSTEAMSHIP
I this issue for a complete table of L Buy and Sell all makes of used
scene. i Jim Pinder. )!rs. Winer Bethel SCIENCE. ; : presents convincingfacts lowed<< 10 brew for a full UTe min R.
i terms offered during this selling Bicycles. Phone 276. J. /
The program rendered follows: Mrs. Ellis Bradley.Mrs. to show that man may en Stowers 515 Duval \
event. I utes.Tbe company
t
Vocal solo-Miss Vivian Saunders M. L. Cruz. Mrs.. Leonard r joy aa much tea as he wants witli animals drank tea daily am street. apr9-tf -- ---

accompanied by Miss May- W. Roberts. Miss Mayfield out, fear of harmful results. ounting to 7.17 percent of their -
field Knowles at the piano. Knowles, Mrs. Julia Matcbett, : GATHERING SPONGES Dr. Dletrtch P. Fischer, eminent body weight and thrived Just as dida
I
Vocal solo-Mifs\ Betty Ruth Mrs. Marian Albnry. Mrs F. Saunders -j New York food research bem'&'.' group which drank only water. FURNISHED APARTMENT elec-J Co.

Cahastain. accompanied by Misa Mia Gerry Steadman Mr.; (Continued from Page One) recently put tea drinking !gtigabopp! yarfful' examination*of the.animals trio ice box. Archie Thompson!i P & 0
Geraldine Steadman. .' I Sybil C. Delaney; Miss Louisa De- signals means another bag whileone to rout In reporting tbeVesuttrot i I stfoWed that th.y:.dulretid h,9jlt ef- 1001 Eaton street. Phone 879-J.' UNITED STATES FASTMAIL

.' Piano selection: -! Mir/s/ May field laney. Mrs. Frank Sosin. Mrs. signal means "up" and de- year's experimental, before the research Chemical on tea Industries fects. White ratlt..were.aelected for may 24-1 mox, ROUTES FOR
drinking
Knowles. ." Blanche Roberts. Mrs. A. B. Curry mands tbe experiments, because of the
i, quick action. His progressis Tercentenary Meeting ot PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIESEffective
The door prize was,won by..Mra- Mrs.\ Annie Sweeting. Mrs. c.1: traced by the air bubles and in the American Chemical, Society in:I similarity and In metabolism nutritional requirements I, FOR RENT-Furnished Apart-1 March 18th. 1935
between
James Pinder. fa. the frue'sin c I P, Curry. Mrs. J. G. Sweeting. j jMis this way the boat is enabled to .New York City I these""animals and existing' human ment. All modern Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,

contest, the prize was. won by Mrs: : Rosalie Saunders, Mrs. ]! follow him as he coven the sponge ..,.According to the report three beings. 1113 Varela C\nVenienCes.t 12:20 P. M. CLeave

Reginald Albury.. ",, ', ", ", Hartley Roberts, Mrs. Nelsons i bed or moves on to another one. generations of white rata consumed I Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays I
Those attending were Spencer. Miss Helen Key, Mrs. The number of divers on a boat I only black tea for the liquid part I Stated in terms of human experience COTTAGE FOR RENT-ComJ Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and

Mrs\ George I. Knowles, Jr.,. Hilton Curry, Mrs.\ Anthony Has- is governed by the depth at which of their normal course of diet in the quantity of tea consumedby pletely furnished -with linens] days, 6:30 P. )I. Mon-I I

Mrs Jeanette Knowles Mrs. II. D.1' kin!, Him! Josephine Ovide Mrs. they work-from 20 to 50 feet in I I the laboratories. The tea "U prop the experimental animals would and new Frigidaire. Apply 625)) Ticket. Reservation and formation at Ticket Office I

Bush, Mrs. Jack Delaney, Mrs. Earl Higgs. Mrs E. Henriquez 'depth there are two divers, 50 to erly brewed as It should be for tbe indicate that a ISO-pound man Division street. :jun20-lwk Deck, 'Pbone 71

Wm. F. Duval. Mrs. Harriet Lew-, Mrs.\ Harry Shaw. 75 feet three divers 75 to 100 average person namely a teaspoonful could safely drink ten and three- I J.'II. COST 1R. Ag..t I

in, Mrs Chas. Lew'in. Miss Georgia Mrs. Berlin Sawyer Jr., Mrs. feet four divers and from 100'to I of tea for eath cup. prepared in quarter pints or 43 four-ounce cups PIANO TUNING

Saunders Mrs. Almyda, H. Sands, Mrs. Chas. H. Ketchum, vigorously boiling water and atcapacity ot the beverage daily.
Tony : 120 feet five or more divers. ---- ---- -- ---

Mrs. Stanley Saunders. Mrs. Marvin Mrs. Merrill Stirrup. Mrs. W. J. : How Diver Work PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo\ ............................................5e.
Creel. Mrs, Harold Cruz. Mrs.\ Kemp. Mrs. F. Caraballo. Mrs E. Divers work alternately. Deepwater I the reno. Excellent piano for sale
boat and the be dissatisfied with the bid
: priceat crew) I
I Miss Marjorie Atwell
Woodbury
Louis Cruz Mrs Lester n. Albury divers only remain underwater cheap. 1015 Division street.
which the catch is sold. they have the option of refusing
Lilla Mrs. Ella Sin
Mrs- Aguero.
from 20 to 35,minutes at a
I Everything is! done on the share it and the sale of that particular m23-1mol j
Eu- Mrs. Claudia Peacon.
Miss Vivian Saunders, Mrs. gleton time the equipment'c nsisb of two I FOR SALE
basis.! From the selling price is deducted lot is put off until the followingday ..
-,----_._-- suits two collars, but only one I,- FOR SALE
----- the costs of the operations, ; should the bid be again rejected -
I helmet the latter being inter I
I I interest insurance, repairs fuel, the must be at
To Give Dance sponges '
Junior Club Has
changeable. The relieving diver is I LATE :34 DELUX MODEL PLYMOUTH 4
etc., and after the is determined from the Exchangeand
I profit removed
once
/ i
I
Enjoyable Meeting \I[At Local ClubHabanaMadrid fully dressed, excepting the hel- it is allocated as follows must be disposed of By priy-I dri-en only 8,000 r,
'met, which is removed from the I !1 miles perfect condition and just .
': : Boat 5 !!'shares diver 3 shares : ate sale. This however, rarely occurs ..
.
ascending diver and immediately!I like new. A bargain for $645
i will hold engineer 2 shares life-line tender the anxious to I 1
Members of the Junior Woman's Club as crew are I Eatun'street..
screwed the collar of the one ) cash. A ply L23
'
: on '
its regular week-end dance tomor-;I 1 1-2 shares, cook 1 1-2 shares get started on another trip but "
Club and guests enjoyed a about to descend thereby avoiding I I II jun9-3t I If
row night. I I I and deckhands 11-2 shares each. i'; cannot do so or get outfitted un- tY
yesterday"at' waste of time. .
afternoon any 1 1r
delightful Music for the affair will be.fur!,I The crew other than the divers Sold Through Exchanges til their previous obligations arc PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed

the social meeting held in the nil engineer
consists of a captain, { "
home of the Key West Woman's left-line tender cook and two or Sponge Exchange which stores the''' The total value of sponges pro- Press. au7 ,
Club Division street. !/! catch till sale, conducts the t.
on I more deck men according to the auction duced by diving boats sold throtigh r
Bridge and Michigan were i Dance Saturday size of the boat. As the bags are and charges the boats half of the Tarpon Springs; Exchange in ,TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 c

played. The high score in the I hauled on board the pulp or ani- one percent on the gross for the ,, 1927 was $886,381, and in 1928 sheets, TSc. The Artman Press.

games were made by Mr., Allan,:! At Country Club mal matter is squeezed out of the\I upkeep of the exchange. They are ; $729,676 and in 1929! $692,259.: aug7 nl r/nr .It ll l gall .
B. Clears Jr.. who awarded sold generally weight much three of arr /Mr/N1 Itil
was by treading 'or working by ; so or a total for the years 11
sponges
the prize. The cut prize was won 1--- Club will them with their feet. They are per pound, but some kinds are fig- ., $2,308.316 plus $255,000 ,derived y
by Miss Romahla Johnson night, then strung on twine and hung in ured by the piece. The auction is a'' during the same time from hooker -) MONROE THEATER

At the conclusion' of the panics. dance at the clubhouse tomorrow' silent' one, each boat's catch is as- boats. These arc all packed here ;;
the in
l the sun and during night'thrown George: Raft-lien Bernie
the hostesses", Miss Mary Falk,]I evening at the usual hour. overboard that the action sembled in the exchange arena so we may add the cost of packing STOLEN HARMONYJoan

Miss Dorothy Cleare arid MVs.j\ i j This dance is primarily for of the water may complete the buyers look them over and clipping( upkeep of the plants j Blondel-Glenda Farrell

Ralph Milner. nerved sandwichesand menberaand. their visiting guests.i! the disintegration of the pulp, taken hand in their written bids to the etc.,. and we can then realize that! in r
delicious punch. .. the skin Exchange Manager\ who after all' this single industry means at the The Traveling SalesladyMatinee l I
I : -in the next morning '
Those in attendance were:';! Sawyer: Cecina*" Ellsworth""aVd I off with knife and againhung bids are in, announces only the very least a cool million dollars a I Balcony, 10<;'Orcftes
scraped a
Misses Sohto Cobo. Yolando Men-i\ i I Camile Pierce. name of the highest; bidders and .year to Tarpon SpringsSPECIALS j Ira. 15-20 Nifktt IS-25e
between the masts to complete I
doss Martha Carbonell. J\aanita1][ Mesdames O. S. Long Allan B.I .' no keen the competition that frequently I .
the curin What is left is { .
:Mayjr. Florrie Ketchings. Xenia Cleare Jr.. Homer B. He-rick.i called the in a catch amounting to !i / ; ,:
Hoff Alberta Elwood, Dorothea I William Arnold. Margaret Neff,;I sponge several hundred dollars a difference I .
Boats make an average of three I
Elwood. Romalda Johnson. Bar- Edgar Pangle. H. K. Taylor.'John of a few cents is all that Large HENS and I NOTICE
bara Carey Alce: Curry Florence J I! P. Perkins and Harry Finlayson. I trips a year the annual value'of divides the successful bidder from FRYERS shipment jest received
I the catch varies according to the I .
.--- .. I1 I his competitor. Dressed and Delivered iiliiiw:
---1 Should the boat that is the ( ii"
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.nnpii S- NMENTr; N-nn I and friends in Miami checksMALARIA WESTERN STEER MEAT National American Op- ..

I Spring Lamb tometrical Association

........................................_ .......I I daughter Mrs.\ William Mss Eleanor R. Warren who were and 666 6 6 6 ;: All Ingredient for Souse Convention in Miami next Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 White-

Louis Raskins left on the afternoon 1'! }lr. and Airs\ Wi'.l! Baez. who I spending a few days in Miami returned in 3 daysCOLDS Bermuda Meat MarketPhone week all patients needing head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view

train yesterday: for a visit i, were..spending two days in Miami. yesterday.Miss i treatment or examinationsare of the sea and overlooking Coral Park
with. lelathes in Miami". ". I'i were returning passenger over the I I.i.tW; ; T.J.Id. i 861-W Quick'Service
!' ',, I I' .st Coast yesterday. Eugenia Pierce who was SJ.t-N., "Dr.p,; first day : White at Virginia Street requested to make For price and terms apply to

Cfcm C. Price left ,yesterday: : : ,I! visiting for several weeks with .,? TONIC sal UXATIVEt: appointments with me for L. P. ARTMAN,
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afternoon for a few days business : -; ;'. Mrs. Frank Parks, daughters; !i relatives was a returning passenger this week. i Tie'
i in Miami and will meet ,ithegolfing .' Misses Iva and> Sybil Parks and i on the Havana Special yester -. < Citizen Office

aggregation leaving 'this s\ son- Kirkland Parks of Nassau,I I day. r I Ib DR. J. A. VALDESOPTOMETRIST or

afternoon for 'matches withthe, ; arrived yesterday from Miami for 'to
Miami-Biltmore club. I!I a brief visit with Mrs. Parks' sis Mrs Martha Smith who was in Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
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I I ter Mrs.\ Harry Lloyd whom they Miami spending a while with' her 532 Duval Street .Jt *. t .< f .
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Carl Rom. senior radio electrician ,; had not seen for 18 years and returned son-in-law and daughter, )Ir. and IrH'I''I lift I I1 lifl'l I .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee...

with the lighthouse department i i r in the afternoon to Mrs Henry Thompson, returned. ,' ,
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left yesterday for an inspection i!1 accompanied by Mrs.\ Lloyd.I Miami'l yesterday. fjtSrII (

of units at Fowey Rocks,:i I ___._ II( d Ir (4'
Grande. I Joseph R. Collins aunt, Mrs.
Port Everglades and Boca ICE
Miss Beth Putnam was an arrival Hattie &
I Bugsr. and Mr. and Mrs.
on the Havana Special yes-i, USE
Edmund Crittenden. who in
Miss -M&ete Gaits daughter of!terday and will be the guest of,I came f
yesterday for the funeral of Mrs.
Mr.' and Mrs. Jack Gaiti who was I I I Home
fro and Mrs. Victor Moffat. and SaleBegins
Laura
left the afternoon
j'j'i Collins on IT'S PURER! Furnishing
spending; three weeks with her:, her mother who is at the Bragassa
i I train for Miami.
parents left tyeserday afternoon home ]I LASTS LONGER! 1 ,
I.I on White street spending a Mrs. George Kan tor left on the ? tc' I
j i
for Jacksonville where she is a.i ,vacation in company with Mrs I I t

member the St. Vincent's of the nu8 hospital.njt staff of I Baker GIadlo of Miami. II I i afternoon trani yesterday for a \ 11- I ICE REFRIGERATORS Saturday June 22 and ends Monday, July 15, 1935. Buy now on

: visit with her son-in-law and I these
I ( M easy terms at cash prices:
I Mrs. Raymond Curry returned i; daughter Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Made of all metal-equipped i
Jack Golden of the! ,
manager: ions I t
| the morning train yesterday Mnlberg, at Pahokee! Fla.
Hotel Colonial left yesterday afternoon )i I 1 __ I y with WATER COOLERS I, $ 1.00 to $ 25.00 and fifth down, one-fifth each week for four weeks
I
for C. for .
Asheville N. a --- -- i $ 26.00 to $ 50.00 one-fifth down one-eighth each week for eight weeks
( They're Economical
summer vacation and will be joined -: -
later by Mrs. Golden, who is to \ I $ $ 51.00 to $ 75.00 one-fifth down, one-twelfth each week for twelve weeks

leave tomorrow. I i 100 PcrfCent Refrigeration ( $ 76.00 to .$100.00, one.fifth' down. one-fourth each month for four months

: ONE II I Satisfaction I $101.00 to $125.00, one-fifth down one-fifth each month for five months
Earl Hathaway, deputy( sheriffat MORE WEEK! ii t i I IVo
the veterans' camps left yes- 1 Priced a1; $126.00 ta $150.00, one-fifth down one-sixth each month for six months

terday afternoon for Islamorada : $151.00'tof '$175.00, one-fifth down one-seventh each month for seven months

after a brief visit with Mrs Hathaway $ $176.00 to $200.00, one-fifth down one-eighth each month for eight months

and other relatives. !i andtll3V i $201.00 to. $225. O. ne-fifth! down one-ninth each month for ninVhionths
Grand Removal Sale "
Fred Dion was a passenger on t EASY TERMS-10 DAYS A $226.00 to 250.00, one-fifth down one-tenth each month for ten months

the afternoon train yesterday! going TREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S '
for a short business trip to I Weekly or monthly payments can be arranged if desired. If the down pay.

Miami. 1 -ATTHE I i t'1' ICE CO.ir''. t ment is more than one-fifth it will reduce the weekly or monthly payment.

I I INC More liberal terms may be arranged at a slight advance<< in price.
HUB'S --
Ilelio Renedo who was spending 1 14 .

; a few days with his family, left Phone No. 8

yesterday afternoon for Miami. I 1 MEN'S DEPARTMENT i Lll LONG'S FURNITURE STOREPHONE


Joe Mondul was an arrival yes-I Will Soon Be Over! Do Your Now
terday from Miami for a visit of Baying ] MBUTTER 80 800 FLEMING STREET

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