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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 24, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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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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For 65) Years, Service.Press Devoted Day to Wire the- mb: e 1&C!' W. tS.Cittai! 1 most country Key West equable; with, Florida weather an, average has in the the


I Best Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit


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VOLUME LVI. No. 150. KEY WEST, FLORIDA MONDAY JUNE 24, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS



' Senate Freshmen Unite In EDMUNDS COME I MIAMI GROUP -I YACHT BASIN AT I It Sherman And Clayton Acts Seen As

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TO KEY I WEST VISITS HEREPARTY 'FORT LAUDERDALE -


i Fight: Made On' Huey Long FORMATION COMPRISED TEACHERS SWEPT BY FLAMES Potential- Storms In "Little, -NRA"EUGENE


WITH ERA IN MAGIC ".11111"1
SLABCHARGED i Law Says President Can
"" 1111111.1A. AUTHOR OF SEVERAL ART- CRy Assyria(rd Press)
Contingent Started Off CITY FORT LAUDERDALE. iM'KlCLIP\ CATCHES Approve Agreements In
11 ICLES DEALING WITH ISLAND
KEY; WEST GETS June 24.-Fire today, which WITH I
Rather Quiet In Pro- TWO MORE JEWFISH Some Cases When Made
CITY TO SPEND SEV- swept the Pilkington yacht
But Arc Now SLIGHT RAINFALLKey The charm. of Key West, of I
ceedings
I ERAL DAYS HERE which they had heard so much basin near here, critically injuring TAKING AUTOCAR VoluntarilyBy

,Very ActiveBy I brought Miss Elizabeth Davis, Miss one men, i is believed to Roy McKillip who was accompanied -

West and its inhabitants Helen Manion and Miss Eloise have killed one person and by several other FRANK I. WELLER

Mr. and Mrs. Len it!. Edmunds, Forty, teachers with the ERA in destroyed dozen of yachts OWNED ;;;H. W. WOODWARD .I anglers on a fishing. outing at By AMrlated Press.
much
were longed
HERBERT PLUMMER I given a ?Miami to Key West Sunday fora including those of prominent No Name Key on Saturday WASHINGTON, June. 24.-P_
tar A.Mla.*4 .....-..) for threat this morning by of Miami, motored down on Sunday day's visit. person. ; DEFENDANT WILL' succeeded in boding a fifty-

WASHINGTON, June 24_ a rainfall which lasted almostone for a few days vacation in The visitors were entertained The los was unofficially BE GIVEN PRELIVil 4ARY pound jewfish, which U the teatially stormy city are ahead

hour, cooling off the earth Key West. by Miss Grace Crosby teacher estimated at 1000000. third he has caught in the past for "little NRA." It yol-
Senate fre.hmethe group of The fire, which destroyed HEARING. THIS AFTERNOON several I weeks. propotee
I and atmosphere and bringingjoy Mr. Edmunds is an ardent booster with the Key West Administration
democrats elected last of the recreation approximately 70 craft as itrpre.d Last week Mr. McKillip salary code governing wage,
November to owners of cisterns of our Island City and is the and Ray Curry, I
the
rapidly along
wa- captured one weighing 125
the administration.Miss
of
-have surprised both the old-: which have been without Water author of "Key West, The Ber- department Forey was so impressedwith terfront followed an explosion Eugene Slais was arrested! pounds, and just a short time hour and unfair competition

for a long period. muda of Florida"; "The Keys to Key West that she has de- aboard the Houseboat : prior to that he landed a specimen but what about anti-tru law
time democratic leader and Senator yesterday morning on a warrant
Seminole, owned by the J. S.
I While the gutters rays with Key West"; "A. Typical Tropical cided to return here in two weeksto weighing 150 pounds.All .
Huey P. Long. the welcomed liquid and Tour" and other articles that spend one week of her vacationin Phipps estate of Palm Beach. chaaging him with taking an automobile of these were caught at evasion, price-fixing and produc.
John B. Thomas of West valued at $500 and making; the same place ia the watersat
For five and one-half moaths streets were converted, for a have given wide and favorable this city.LOCAL. Palm Beach who. was aboard an attempt to get away from i No Name Key. lion control!

> I short period; into' miniature publicity to Key West. the Seminole suffered a broken 'Key West. There catches is' shown, Blue Eagle codes, a* General
they sat quietly' toet.h.!: ,on rivers; the downfall was very As associate publisher 'and GOLFERS leg and severe burns. He The I! have been '.. incentive for
belonged to W.
II.
car
the back row and (listened to the disappointing as records at the editor of the Florida Motorist he was blown into the water, Woodward, representative of the ethers to try thir hand, several Johnion taught them to an inspired -

proceedings of the senate almostin 1 I U. $1: Weather bureau show produced the "Key .West" and LOSE TO MIAMI I and a was critical taken condition.to a hospitalin ,,J. W. Young company of Tampa.He1 .: point having recently made in trips an effort to that to : country are dead by mandate -

silence. a precipitation of only .45 "he American Tropics" edition I Captain R. C. Abel, of West r' was stopping at a local hotel land at least one of' these of the'supreme court.
complete Generally i inches. of that magazine and his masterly Palm Beach, was believed to and had made preparations to specimens,- which are to be

they voted with the administration, There have been but three I arrangement of interesting infor- AGGREGATION RETURNED TO have perished in the flames.He I leave yesterday morning. found quite frequently in the The law now says the Presidentmay
When ready to depart he found
The Keys had gone into the engine waters No Name I voluntary .
mation on South Florida, snrronndrig approve agreements
rain
of
leaders but they have not hesitated appreciable downpours CITY THIS MORNING room of the Seminole shortly I his car missing. On inquiry he .
during the entire year. The and Key West, in that publication, before the blast occurred, I learned that Slais had told the Key.rl11111'1 "between and among per-

to vote against them on certain first was January 5, 1.88 has attracted many visitors to and firemen believed bit body ''I hotel proprietor that Mr. Wood sons engaged In a trade or in-

issues. inches. On April 22, records this section. His Key West editionof would be found in the. craft. ward had given him permission dustry, labor organizations, and
1 I to use tie car and had taken it BIG INCREASE trade or relating to
the Motorist considered by groups any
show, there was a precipitation -
Little attention was paid to "We lost to the Miami-Biltmore for a jaont.This .
of .62 inches and that of many to be one of the finest had :TRYING TO FINDMISSING trade or industry" if in his judgment -
them except on close votes. Sit I players, but gee we a wonderful I statement Mr. Woodward
ting close together and attending today making a total of not pieces of publicity ever prepardon time," said one of the Key denied and summoned police assistance IN ENROLLMENT such agreements will relievounemployme'nt
I
session of the senate almost I quite three inches during the the Island City. West team of golfers who left SISTERCHIEF to make an attempt at I or improve labor

every 1935 to d.te.Irl".4'.I'srlllll.. Mr. Edmunds is associated with last Friday to play games Satur I I recovering the car. lie filed an STATE CAPITOLCURRICULUM standards or otherwise rehabilitate
as a group, they discussed among I year day and Sunday at the Miami-I information with Justice of The i
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Rurco Inc., of Miami, trustees fora 1 I industry.
themselves developments on administration I' Biltmcre links and returned to Peace Frank 0 Roberts. Officer
of South Floridians who OF POLICE RECEIVES Enforcement I* Problem
group day. Alberto Camjero was provided witha
measures. They
.' are interested in the Paymaster I Saturday the local lost 15 to 0 I[ warrant and introduced to bringin ); ENRICHED' THIS Just as in the palmy days of
dom participated in debate. I LETTER REQUESTING
601-1 THOMPSON TAKES and in yesterday's matches the the the if "government withbusineu"
.Kiafi.h' Placers, located in the Medicine I car and prisoner SUMMER BY ADDITION OF partnership
Served Notice On
I i I
I Bow Mountains. 45 miles west of score for Miami was 13 1-2 against INFORMATION found. the nation's indutrialLitJ
When they took the I ] 1 1-2 for Key West. i Officer started on the trail of MANY NEW COURSES IN'
j DOSE OF POISON Laramie, Wyoming and expectsto may come to Washington and
against Senator Long in his long! Members of the Key West team I I I the car and some time later located
WORK AT INSTITUTION work out codes (a) fixing minimum -
filibuster against midget NRA I' spend a few days renewing acquaintances were Lionel Plummer, T. H. Pitt- Chief of Police It an Elwood is in the car and Slais at Ramrod

while vacationing'here. i man. Joe Lopez Robert Spotts- receipt of a letter from Mrs. Etta :: Key, about 25:; miles from Key wages to labor, maximnm
continuance t
amazed both
they CCNDITION WAS REPORTED wood. W. P. Kemp, Melvin Russell Grayson of 1137 8th St., N. W., West. hours of work and prohibiting
democratic and republican leaders I ; Horace O'Bryant W. Curry inquiries I i Slain is scheduled for preliminary Ssrlal t. The CltUcu and child labor anrf
D. I sweatshops : ;
TODAY TO BE -SAT- lie is a staunch advocate of the Washington, Cmaking T TALLAHASSEE June 24.-A
and for the first time in the 'I Harris and Sam Goldsmith. to the whereabouts of ''' hearing; 4 o'clock this afternoon "unfair ,"
Over-Sea Highway and when as I 21.8 per cent enrollment increase (b) prohibiting practice-
session, ,received recognition from ISFACTORY"t her sister, Dorothy Cash, whom : in the court of Peace Justine -
said particularly I 1 i last has been.. recorded: which rxistuigjaw! inciting -
intervicv/ed 1 over
was .
t L. TRANSPORTS sbe-ilaims left New Yorkjust a, Roberts.( year I
.
ache.LouisianaJkiIt illh. < ...- -, r. interested. on the trip down t.CUBA I short time before Christmas past I II for the twenty-second annual I the anti-trust laws, or which,

was not until the smiling! Whether in an attempt at in observing the progress made in \ I and had expected to arrive in Key i IANNOUNCE DEATH I summer school at Florida State! constitute unfair methods of

Senator Lewis Baxter' SchWellen\\destruction or through -1 improving" the highway and on I 132 PASSENGERS I West during the Christmas holidays. College for Women following the competition under the federal
bach of Washington, J
ness, Leslie Thompson on closing: the water raps in the high I MRS. FERNANDEZ close of registration here Monday. trade conrmesion( act:
information the'I
served notice on Long the. Any concerning
The situation
Key West and all South Florida This i turns, however
day night drank a quantity of the way. I summer's enrollment stands
whereabouts of the above-named
freshmen tired of his Steamship Cuba, of the P. and I
were run I
I whom and in what
powerful disinfectant Lysol. need a through; highway from 0. S. S. company, sailed,Saturdayafternoon part will be greatly appreciated I II I at 867 against that of 712 for the on by way
ning the senate, that the Loui.sianian -\ the mainland to the Island City.It if forwarded to the above address, : i voluntary codes are to be enforced.
Mr. Thompson is chef at- the I! for Havana with 118 I News has been received in the 1934 summer term |
paid any particular attention Marine hospital As soon as it'was i!, Would be an coded attraction I first class passengers, 14 second I it is stated. i iI I I city of the death of Miss Edel-, A survey of enrollments in the There U nothing !'little NRA"I
to them. lie paused in his of the first magnitude for visitorsto class six automobiles, six tons of mira Fernandez in Havana Fri- ,can do about it. There is no legal/,
learned what he had done medical I on last fifteen summer sessions at the,
speech, looked them over, and; Florida and will be one of the freight and 412 tacks: of mail. day. June 21. :weapon to enforce agreements on
MUSICAL PROGRAM'ATSTOJMURCH
attention was given. At first it I ]I I college here shows that on only
found smiling but determined ,most delghtful, unusual:!: and interesting -I Steamship Alamo of the Clyde- The deceased was born in Key wages, hours child labor and the
appeared that his condition was'' motor trips in America.Completion Mallory( Lines from New York, home. two other ociasions during that
her
West where she made II
faces confronting him. They told 'sweatshop. The federal trade commission -
I
extremely serious." This afternoonit of the highway :arrived yesterday morning and aft I Ir until a few years ago. period has an increase been recorded "
could exercise its
him they going to wear him cease
were across both water gaps;:: is necessary er discharging heavy cargo at the 1
was said at the hospital by the I In Havana she held a responsible as high as 20 percent over and desist" orders for viola-ion:
out, and they did. to insure the 'come-back of Key Mallory wharf, sailed for Tampa. I I
Cuban Tele-
with the
surgeon in charge of the case that i i position the previous summer's registration. of trade practices, but the.-e>>
To Schwellenbach's left sat for- West as many hundreds of motorists .I phone until the time of I. I
TO BE RENDERED TOMORROW company would have to be of the natura
"his condition is satisfactory. will In 1927 an increase of 2T.7J
would drive who not
mer Governor A. Harry Moore of : here FUNERAL SERVICE her death. courts have declared to be "un-
New Jersey; to his right wasJosepli board a ferry to make the trip.I EVENING. BEGINNINGAT She is survived by one brother,I was noted, and'last year an increase fair."
MANY TREATEDAT "I expect to'dri..e to Wyomingthis Octavio Monteresi a sister Mrs. of 24.5.Observations.
; That revives the anti-trust !law
F. Guffey of 8 O'CLOCK
pennsYlvania,1 fall and intend to give as I FOR GEORGE RELL r Ana Lopez and her sister-in-law, in the registrar'soffice issue.
and in the row \ people as possible some first
many Mrs. Adolfo Monteresi with whom
Minton of Indiana, George L. ERA CUNIC,, hand informaton; on South Florida I I the had alway. made her home. reveal that an exceedingly!! ]' Congress declared the anti-tru,-i

Radcliffc of Maryland, 'Harry h. 'I,, and the Island! City, while on Funeral services for George 'I The ladies of the First Metho- She was buried in Colon Ceme- !laager number of summer stud nts; laws back in full force when the

I --- 'the trip," he said.SERRANO .. Roll, C8, who died in the Marine dist (Stone) Church have arranged i I i ,tery.I have transferred their:, credits supreme court denied the government
Truman of Missouri Francis T. 1 I I from other institutions of learning authority to enforce codes
last excellent musical -
hospital i
Thursday are being an program I I .t
!
275 residents of --rfe
Maloney of Connecticut, Edward I I Saturday saw I held 4 o'clock this afternoon from l to be rendered at the church tomorrow i! '." and have taken special interestin under which" they bad been pu&I -
,Key' Weft reporting at the ERA I NOW' I 1 OLD CELT-STILL the I pended. In .that connection Provident
JR. Burke of Nebraska,; and James I If I I the Lopez Funeral Home chapel. evening, beginning at __ 8] getting classified into i
E. Murray of Montana.,"" "i ]''I.clinic: forp; innoculations against Rev. C. A. Cox, of the o'clock, to which the public'is invited. -I I A PHASING TRUANTS regular channels leading to the]; Roosevelt has said he cannot

I typhoid fever.: Of this number i IN Baptist church: supply pastor I J1AU 1'i i utnr two and four year degrees. I change; statutory law.
Constant Protest' 1 135.:*people were getting their second MIAMfJAILII ficiating. Finst.1 I The program follows: serlale41 Press' The curriculum'' at Florida I The Sherman act (1890) doI !-

Long, who has looked 1 ] tntothe,( of three innoculations and 140 Members of B. P. O. Elks Anthem-Church choir. BELFAST Northern Ireland,i State College for Women' was enriched clares Contracts' combinations! fir

political careers ol _every old-! 1 received their first.) I are attending the services and interment -' Prayer-Rev. J. B. Culpepper. June, 24.-Aged 94 and probablythe this summer by the addition I conspiracies in restraint of tradeor

time democratic and republican Dr. Harry.C...,.Gale).. city health i Teodoro Alfonso Serrano alias and members of the order Piano solo-Miss- Cleo Kemp. world's. oldest truant officer,: of a number of new course ocrrtmerce to be illegaL It or >.

senator for weaknesses that he I!, officer, and Dr. N. C. Pintado j Jose Luis Lugo who was arrested were selected to act as pallbearers. Duet-Mrs. Camille Robins 'n I John Dolan of County Fermanagh in library science, sociology, and hibits any form of monopoly injurious
+, were assisted in giving the innoc i about five weeks ago on suspicionof and Mrs. W. F. Collins. i refuses to retire. education. the education department -1 to the public welfare The
might attack in time the travail, ulations by Mrs.\ Edwina Hodges i I being an unadmitted, which was i Vocal solo --Miss Susan LaKin.j, "I'm still spry enough to catch an entirely new course I Clayton act (1914) prohibits pu <'

tried, to shake off the youngsters,! and Miss\ .Iris Pierce, nurses .assigned -i afterward found true, is now in; ANCHOR LODGE Violin solo-Orvw Kemp. I I and tweak the friskiest ear," said for nursery school teachers .was 1 discrimination and various schemes

but they stood! fast. Every ef-; to duty at the clinic.,, II jail in Miami. i'1 I Vocal solo-Mrs. Asson. t' old John scornfully.John .! placed in the curriculum, and in f II that lessen free competition.May .

fort he made, every unanimousconsent 1 After being held here since the 1t MEETCTONIGHT Reading,Miss Ida Kerr. II'I dodged school himself the sociology department, special j I Be Tested On Merit
SPINSTERS SEEK j date of his arrest orders were re-t Vocal solo-George White. back in the early days of Queen' courses in two institutes of four] Frankly, officials say, it i I" *
request he submitted, ceived Saturday by Claude Al- Duet-Mrs. Carl Bervaldi a idMrs. i j I Victoria's reign, about the time' weeks each were planned for Florida moot question whether 'inc"-

they arose in determined unison'!! BIGGER PENSIONS: bury, official in charge of the Regular communication of Anchor Herschell WillUms., I: that Abraham Lincoln was split! social workers. j! fixing will be countenanced tniltT'

and chorused "nay" or "we object -I I local immigration unit to deliverthe Lodge 182, F. and A. M., Vocal solo-Mrs. Minnie Robin tingrails, but that's no excuse I Practically all courses of the j! voluntary codes In which tbe
i i
It exhibition in j I I EDINBURGH, June 24.-In,r Deputy Marshal Ray Bush, who in Scottish Rite hall at Simonton I son.Violin solo!! -Miss Norma Yates.Vocal .i I the ::way"--as "playing hookey" is the summer term, and students 1 i It is the federal trade <' ut- I
was a new the lieu of husbands on whom they II" took the prisoner to Miami Satur-! and Eaton streets. I I tolo--Mrs. Paul Archer. I known here. !I may take regular college work mimion's assumption that pri"eI -

senate. Democratic leaders show I can depend for support in their, day evening. t Work |n ''the (Master Mason'sDegree Piano solMiss Alce Curry. I An ancient donkey and cart! leading toward a degree college I It I fixing involving restraint of trade. ,
ed enthusiasm. old age England's spinsters haveopene' 1 Mr. Bush returned on the will be celebrated and the Vocal solo-Mrs. Leon Curry. 1 form his official conveyance in course to satisfy the St-ite certificate -:: but it has been predicted that

Schwellenbach. a former col a determined movement Havana Special yesterday. I degree conferred on J. W. Lud-I Vocal solo-Mrs. Rex Shaw.i i I I keeping track of the youngters.The I reqniremens. and graduate;.; each and any form of it that is

lege mate of Emit Hurja, assistant -Ito'I obtain earlier and better pensions i t lam, of the state plant board. Violin solo--Gerald Saunders. school authorities torn be-: werk toward the master's degree.; undertaken in the future will be
I from the state. j!I FIELDS LOCKED Vocal solo -Mrs. N. P. Nelson. tween sentiment and duty, are ina treated on its own merits.
to Chairman James A. Farleyof I With their tongues as weapon! i PLAN SEEKING NEW 1 Reading Mrs. Katie Eldridge. quandary over his refusal to I WOMAN TAKEN !I The old codes allowed units of
the democratic national com-! 2,500,000! of them are seeking to AGAINST NATIVES take a pension. Ii \ TOM the same industry to control poi -

mittee, and 'his 'group kept their 1 1 have 4th? qualifying age lowered I I I GUINEA 'DEVIL PIG' FLEAS HAVEN'T CHANGED' i I ductlon in such a way as to met

heads and smiled at Longs,anticsas t from' t1; to 55, and to get a little (By ..tss.etated'Pres..> FOR 5,000,000 YEARS., BRITISH WAR CRAFT STATE HOSPITAL I II : market demands without rolling
: better allowance. At present.! DARWIN, Australia, June 24.i (R. Aweiated Press. I I up burdensome surpluses. In the
well as at the worried expres- spi/K-ftrf over 63 are eligible for -The wildest emergency landing: MELBOURNE, Australia June By AwMrtatrii Pre_) I NOW ON NAVAL WAYSLONDON ,1 f light of federal trade commission
sions of the democratic leaders. is i| pension of approximately $2.50 field in the world has been com-: 24.-An expedition to trace the PALMNICKEN Germany, June I I experience some believe that production

One thing the leaders and Longare per week. pleted en Bathurst Island, off the t"devil pig," in the "mystery land"of I 24.-For about 5,000,000 years 4 RY'a.." Pr.se/ ,Rosita Pent 42 years old,I control, by agreement,

agreed is that the fresh-I| ,Branches of the Women's Pensions north coast of Australia and on central New Guinea,. is being say: eminent German naturalists,1 June 24_Although i left yesterday afternoon for the I now may be illegaLDANCING
upon League are being formed allover 1 the Darwin-Singapore air route. planned under the leadership of the flea has not changed in form.. she temporarily has suspended! state hospital .t Chattaboochee,I I
men represent a potentially pow-0!: the country. Lady Astor is, It was necessary to equip the t G. M. Dyott. They Came to this conclusion i construction of capital ships of the accompanied by Nurse Lillian Harris

erful force they have been over- among the members of Parliamentwho r emergency gas and water tanks t The expedition hopes to obtain after studying amber found in!I. line England bas 26 war craft on who arrived yesterday on the. ,
looking. Long/ cannot ignore the have promised their aid. t with combination locks to prevent I conclusive evidence of the existence East Prussia in which fleas were,, the ways' most of them for delivery morning' train. j jMrs. I AaJ -

members any longer, cannot expect -t,r "There simply are not enough I their being tampered with by the i of the pig, a graminivorous embedded. The age of the amber i I next summer. Petit... examined EXPRESSIONTaught
much from that husbands to po around in England native blacks. i t animal with cloven feet, greatly was set at 5000000years. II III I Included are four 9,000-ton by a commission composed of Dr.
support f I and Scotland." said a member of Mariana, king of ,the islandobjected j feared by natives. The flea is thought to be the i}I cruisers, one aircraft carrier,(one H. C. Galey Dr. J. Y. Porter and In 16 L**.o* C: ur*.
quarter in the future. The leaders -;1 the league "especially when some to the landing field and I White men thus far have seen I only creature extant in.which na-: flotilla leader, four destroyers 3. G. Piodela.,.who signed the or- MARY STEAD STANCE

are hopeful that they can keep i widows marry three or four has demanded payment for land I duly its tracks, and never the ture has not made some change in]I three submarines. four sloops two der committing- her for treat- Call: U3-W

the group close in line. I I times." used in its construction. I animal. (that long period. minesweepers and one netlayer. ment.

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A DRINK THAT RRESHESPA TWIST OF THE WRIST WITH A COLD BOTTLE-OF WAGNER'S, SEER. WATCH THE-RESULTS.-FACA 22RBB80

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-GE'TWO. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN :MONDAY JUNE 24, 1935.

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BOY SAFETY PATROLS ........................
&e Hep ?5Bm CittjenPublah

UNUSUAL FAcTS REVEALED 11 TODAY'S. WEATHERTemperatures' 11I | Toda s.

} 4 pall, Except Sunday By One of the mast effective means yet '
THE CITIZEN'PCBLiIHING: co.. rt. C. -by 7ldolstSpotlight"f Anniversaries
devised for the protection of school children -
L P.'ARTMA't. ,PreuIdests I
.JoE ALLEN:A..t..t Ba.t.eu Maaagrr against traffic accidents is the School- north portion; weather partly!I.............a..........

From The Cltlxcn' Building Highest ._ _.... .90 overcast possibly with showers .
Corner Greene 'and Ann .EtteetlOnly boy Patrols now organized in more than !Lowest ..::::..:::::::::::...::::..._ --:=..:80 I tonight and Tuesday. ; Ptrt 1771, one-ITeu''i of :.ie re ws IrTe"of the) famous Du

800 American communities, with a total of Mean ....-. ... ................__._.__.._.85 Gulf II IIEa."t Frei:a stahim,-au1'l1':
Dally Newspaper County.Enter.d In Key. West and_ Mfcnro more than 150,000 members.The I Normal Mean ....._.___.____82 over south portion Moderate and east mode.atenortheast winds I who migrated hire wits his .am.Iy:

object of patrol members is to Rainfall ir. 1799 !-ndcr "f the Delaware-
at Key weal Florida, as aecond class matter r I Y terday's Precipitation TIns. over north portion. lender :route, mtent cit.ze-: .
guide their schoolmates in. crossing dangerous Normal .... Ins. ----: I
FIPTT-SIXTn TEAR Precipitation .11 born in Fra:.ce. Dien! PhiUcelI.hia -
street intersections in safety. It is r' .T.I.. r..r.pr.. :1-.1' peri.4 WEATHER CONDITIONS 1 1I I ( Oct 31, 1834.
alrrher .r 'M A.uelated frfnm ..dine m N rk this .r.i.c
The Associated Press 18 czclaslvely entitled to use gratifying to know that as a result of this Tomorrow's Almanac I!1 I

for f(publication, of all news.dispatches credited to and other safety movements the fatalities Sun rises u... ....... 5:3y-a.: : m.I, Pressure is !low this morning in I 1788-Th5ma! man:"81'I. notes -
It or not otherwise credited In this.paper, and. Also among children pedestrians, have decreased Sun sets ...____"'_'_h.I.' 7:20 p. the Plains State, with a slight Mae: ;nchaeta inventor of atrickmaking
th.'local news published here.'NATIONAL Moon rises ... .... 1:13 a. I disturbance over the Dakotas,{! L'IJlI..:?, % remark\
25 cent in the last four m.1 .
per years.A Moon sets h_._"_._"_ 2.10 p Huron. S. D.. 29.74! and moderate! pile lathe and in the Tie'd o)
EDITORIAL striking example of the fine work Tomorrow' Tides ly high from the Lake region1 I steam na/ttr i.T'Hi.orn: at Su'i'>nt

'1.1 ASSOCIATION, ) of these "safety scouts" seen in the fact I rt.M. P.M.I southward to the Gulf coast an"l 1'ass. DtJ: Aj-il 1C, 1864.

<=/y 193 $ that Washington, D: C., not a single If S s High; .. -. .. .-....... ..:30 5:55 over the South Atlantic i -
...__........_.. 10 37, Chicago, 111., 30.18 inches. Fair
.11:50
1797
SCBSCIUPTIOX: : RATES child pedestrian has been ,killed in four AtMutr/l 1 From ltytr & Low ; weather has prevailed throughout! I -Join: ilr.<;bcs, 'anted 1 vow
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.. W Barometer 8 a. m. today: | YorkColour .. .1.1I
i1Q01 I' i ar i&:011
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One Tear r. aZcuf'to-rernei I ruhu #*** Groa I
Six Months too years, and only one or two have been .IVat ? Sea level 30.01.WEATHER |' the country eat of the Rocky I American states n. 'x m in I'e
Three Months ..r 2.EO slightly hurt in four years in districts Is naJteufr f yQ / &im4tn sfa/ow; r/ze' I Mountains; during the last 24 { lard iied I in New Y>!k Ci'v: I.u.

One Month _.._......_....-__. _85 it u i idXairt2DZZcSa. to- FORECAST i hours except for local showers in l 13 1861.
Weekly _.._.-,.._ .20: guarded. by these schoolboy patrols. \ t tS 1 .. JZ& lur (ot 1 J eclat. !the Florida i,enmsula and thunderstorms -
; -- Dr. Herbert J. Stack, a nationally wuupar I I in Minnesota. Tempera- I
ADVERTISING! RATES. known declares that these asktd tNrt fora.sttotul y tttacft (Till 8 p. m., Tuesday) I I I lures are below normal this morn- 1811-Jom; I.. Cn mpbell! \.k-:
Mad known application safety authority, tvtff Goc
: of" (uurfrtusoJ Key West and Vicinity Partlycloudy I i jug from the Lake region southward i 11 I.:ma law vcr, Jostice J. the C. S
SPECIAL, NOTICE boy not only aid in reducing automobile / probably loctl showers tt>- to the Gulf coast and over I j Ki preme CO\"T't. On federate' \--
AllS-eadincr notices., e.rIIs'of; thanks, resolutions of accidents, but also contribute to the development urtu pasted inAH tutpifronttfa.Ultima. 'northt'm' Florida. end generally -i-tant R- xtJiry: of Wv. horn in
rr j>ert, obituary' notices etc.. will.be charged for at of traits of self-control auZxuvAh tt I 1 above the seasonal average I Wilkes Co., Gi Died 'arch: 12,
personal .
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the rate of 10 cents a Fine. ; \ :
1R8D.\
: throughout the remainder of the :
TVotlceSjfor' entertainments. by churches from whicha mental alertness, courtesy and consideration i .Aft.
country aa!=t of the Rocky Mountains --
revenue to be derived are S cents a line. 1t'nwrltd luJ I i.
The Citizen, Is .an, forum ,and Invites discussion for others. t r i ,
open euro! it. I/- 1813-Henrv Wa:'l Cecca'r.I ..
of public issues and subjects of local general school whether in city or t. G. K. KENNF.nY.
Every ,
Ilrool
I I :,lyn, N. Y.. wi-&er :amt ora-
Interest but it will not publish. anonymous communications Official in Chnrgr.:
country, should have its schoolboy safety Tatlff bcfitves atrl!should have tutirtutt RIlO> = t tcr one of the most prominent' -,f

patrol, composed of bright youngsters who hand "Cr every trund a.-id j..o........[hrs generaticnc born at LitchHeld,
of uriqj (m utautr A cJiMift of I Conn. Died March: '3. 1887.1842i .
TOR have a sense of responsibility, and who pe. rona1Lty. Fulunq cutqcUr?-4 blond usui! Exotic ? I Today's Horoscope.I '
IMPROVEMENTS KEY WEST
:..would take pride in their important: d'uties. Bruull2. jD vUtthfad uriq! 7 {.-._-.,... ................e..... i
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Partly Cloudy Showers I. .I ttrtbrose G. fierce this
i This could be .had without any expense ---- -----. - r> > I Today puta'kes"erv< much i nn&U.!. aotnec s.ls.t! whose end
** .' A XI IJVt ./ ';whatever, and would do' much, ow 'rdUim.inatJng t built Beanie : for flight and,Tue-.>day and in central the character of }esterday. but its j there ha J weep ro much :speculation
I I being by Pap
1. Watel1all4t'J3ewerag. end south! portions tonight ; influence w stronger: The mind'I born '!R ile/ga(' Co., Oh'o. L',st
the frightful loss of life land I his mother. The home will ire! onthe I'I't'
KEY WEST IN I Florida: : Partly cloudy, probably will be given to affairs that seem I held of inJJelfto. :'n 1914.
2.. BndgeA Hotosapl & Road.to Main-. limb among children on our -streets and family property on So.uthu.tetreet local showers Tuesday! and in central -t'I mysterious and careful plans will .; _

land. -'OA. highways. DAYS GONE BY I between Margaret 'and ) end south portions' .tonight.!: be laid to .ccom'ish! theaims of 1- 18GO-Lor ftJttiener.. British
Grinnell streets. It. is to I.o! <\'1i .
Jacksonville to Florida Straits:1 I life. The aspects of the planets: soldier add) wr* Tmrbttrr, Fern.
3. Free ,Port. Happenings Here Jut 10 Yean i i eight-room! bungalow with' red Gentle to moderate south winds will: have much to do with the 1 I Died; in sinking! of the Cruiser
4. Hotels and Apartments. MATRIMONIAL.TANGLE Alto Today A. Taken From mission tile roof trim anj is: t) ..afinished over central and south portions I trend of the daily avocations.!! It:i| IImpshre.: June. 1916.
The File Of The CitizeaM. I in red and green i'.uece.: and moderate north shifting to( is needrr.l to exercise caution in
5. Bathing Pavilion. It will cost about $8000kn, northeast! wind over extreme*dealings with the opposite sex. I i Subscribe to The Citizen.
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6. Airports: -Land and.Sea. : One of the strangest matrimonial'- Vick ready for occupancy. .. .. .
; Komburnan, of the ---- -- --- -- -
** record is reported from Pittsburgh.
7. Consolidation of County and City ups on will
Realtycomyany: open an up- -
John Murphy and Frances Jones wanted to todateut establishment in Key The Ladies Aid Society of Ley .I
Governments I Memorial church will not repeatthe ,
get married, but on account of Murphy's West. He will carry a large selec-
play and concert which was I
tion of Oriental rugs vases of ROlydwinked
extremely youthful appearance he fearedto t !given last week in the Harris! 't be
woskman and Nipponware. I
ra!'e !'hrp '
apply for a marriage license, so a friend Mr. KomLurian has stores echool. This was decided yesterday -
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN at held the home }Jon '
at
a meeting
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named Lefflingwell volunteered to secure in New York City and Richmond,I It of Mrs: Irma Heyward. ACCEPTING IMITATIONS-
the coveted document .in Murphy's name Va., and his concern bas the financial -
WILL always seek the truth and print it backing of the Nippon Art I To get the original Davis 100% Pare Punt
which was done. company of New York. This concern -I J. G. Piodela. manager of Hotel) --_- II e sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. PDIEST. PAIIt!
without fear and without favor;' never be To complete his good turn, Leffling- will,be open for bu-ines* by Jefferson, wts successfully op- look for DaY 100% Pun Paint has often been IIADr

afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; well also went through the marriage cere- the next tourist season. 'j crated on yesterday by Dr. H. C. ,s +r this Label imitated, but nevadoptiuted. ==
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Davw Pure Paint conforms withall
Caley.I 100"f ..
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for be the
always fight progress; never _organ -
with Miss Jones representing him- .--
mony About 35, the Mallory pare paint Law and it the only. paint :=
or the mouthpiece of any person clique, self to be then turned the years ago I boas that carries a guarantee of purity. tii=-.:
Murphy, happy Line Steamer Concho made her: The P. O S. of A. and the P.
faction or class; always do its utmost for the bride and wedding certificate over to Murphy maiden: trip to Key West. Onboard O. of A. will give an entertam- Cook for this Cuarantee on the.Label- r:

public welfare; never tolerate corruption. or: and called it a day. the ve-sel was Mrs.'Austin i meat Thursday ,evening in honor w.bass___with any other..........__ __,-. __
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injustice' ; denounce vice and praise virtue; Drew, mother of A. T. and Ww-|lof the visiting boy scouts from AH M prodacn. .rc ...... by in MI BtltMMn and .... them. (h Outer my.TIIEH.BDAVIS I
Later doubt
meditating over
on, no ren Drew of the Over Sea com Clearwater and flt PetershrrzCFIa.
commend good done by individual or..organization .His.fri rid\r Tiapp5ness7 'Lefflingwett took pany Early Tuesday morning .h. All of the local boy and girl co.GI41IJisIurrl IBM BALTIMOOE.MD.'

; tolerant of others' rights. ,,views and unto himself a bride of his own, but their arrived on the same vessel and i is ecouts*' : are invited to be presentat G.' C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets |
opinions; print only news that will elevate intending to make her home in this : the entertainment whch! will
matrimonial bark went the I
: soon upon city. She says she liked the citythe be held in Bayview Park. -
and not contaminate the reader;-never_ compromise is .
rocks of incompatibility a divorce was first time she saw it and I -- -- -- -- --- -- -
with principle. glad that circumstances now makeit 1 The musicale last night
the result. Meditating again Lefflingwellwas 'given : .I""I'.I.8"4"'I.4T.AT!

reminded that he had really been mar- possible for her to live here. I under the auspices of the Woman* ''I ..........e.............................................. ..............
Missionary Society of First B ptitst -
Life's important Lesson t Never waste ried to the supposed Mrs. Murphy, con- Of interest to the friends of Mr. t church was one of'the most
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time trying to convince a partisan, who is fronted her with the fact, and suggestedthat and Mrs. II. V. Bate, who formerly delightful affairs given this sea ,
r made their home in "Key West;on. Some of the best talent in
sure he knows it all. she fly with him. She flew. Tiring oftvedd'ed will: be the announcement o' the i the city took part in the enter-

life for the second time, Lefflingwell wedding of their SOB, Charles! tainment and especially entertam- LA DIES--

is flew again, but alone. In the mean. Latham Bate, to Mi!s Ruth KleSf i iing, were the several .piano duets I It I .
The climate of the.Sahara Desert
nor Keteham of Mi mi, which [end sololenderel( by outstanding I Ij
said to be healthy, and it maybe added time Murphy has also disappeared. took pltce yesterday.|The ceremony j nu!,,'cal talent of the city. The 1
'' '' Now Mrs. Murphy, or it may be Mrs.LefflingweJI aim deserT j
also a little deserted. was performed By Rev. Mr vocal numbers were (
,. if either,. finds herself in a Tracy, of.Fort Laude 1l1e.: in St. ing: of the manytor h of praise j jt You
WELCOME brouse
predicament and is asking these questions: Stephens church at Cocoanot t t Timken; of the pnormt'N'' are, to: .
When West decides to Grove. :
a Key girl .
: Has she a husband at all? Or has she two? f The average to Tiatspends $:>.57 jl jlf
one of our eligible the i around.
marry young jnen Or if only one, which And why? Mrs. A. Einhorn has returned I 3 day of which 27 percent goes forlodging our store, youowilHi.nd'a
bachelor might as well give up'and claim from Miami where she went to attend and 37 percent for ood.

the bride. the wedding of Miss Annie The. California Automobile association -
lot: of useful and decorative.r
RUSSIAN RAILROADS Taupcher to Louis Marks. The estimates .
wedding was !!solemnized in the

A1' golf magazine says that 'a ,gallery I So anY. conflicting. rPt concerning Synagogue of that city, and _tsafollowed : r KEY WESTCOLONIAL things- for home such asi -
your
brilliant reception
c by a
won't follow a player.ujmas lip. ha lor., conditions in'Russia haveiout of ,
; at the Burdine roof garden. tin 1 HOTEL !
In most other games the'crowawill* ignore. i ,that country in recent years th'a ljJ4jr J ard'. Marks i-t well knov.n in Key West l

a contestant if he has -s I what % t at1. >*here he and her sister. Mr*, In the Center of the Business' i .. .
knows to
1 : believe.ab2'!! ) ..
,. 1 made friendsduring I
1 Harry Ivu.ky, many Theater District
and II
J2.ing on in ,that land of Cop; mums,i their residence. I
j Toasters and Eleclnc
Electric. Grills Fans
Modern youths freedom and;:franlL;i fe1;.'. Defenders of Soviet'ru{(gAeclajm.it J Jan 4 ns First Clait--Fireproof- .. .

expression may be a mark of healthy ideal form of government! whft ttt Editorial comment: A fellow Sensible Rates I

freshness and again it may be but an expression opponents declare that the mass. of Russian nut looking a boss for with a soft a soft job head.should) pick COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI I Electric Sad Irons Flashlights

of bad manners. people are worse off than they ,were under
One of the finest small house i Elevator
the absolutism of the czar to l loe constructed in Key W*..t will Caraf-' .I
Price fixtures
John D. Rockefeller, Sr.. has returned But whatever conditions may be in be the cement block bungalow Popular J light, Bulbs: and Dinner and Tea Sets

to his New Jersey home at Lake- other respects, it seems certain that rail- --- .-.--- I :

wood. The nonagenarian. is very feeble roading in Russia under government .
I
S -!, Bake. Glass Ware Water Sets .
and it j is not probable he will return for j operation had just about r reached zero: in r 1 -. "

another Florida winter. efficiency. The loss of life and ,propertydue ,
I We.will l.be pleased to have you consult us.about.
I } to railroad accidents has become' ap-.. F Liquor SetsArtistic. Console. Sets

Slot machines: cannot be legalized and i palling., ', how you can .

taxed in the state of Florida,: so ruled i Heretofore it has been the rule to .

Judge E. C. Lowe last week. The measure I suppress news of.train wrecks in.that,country

had for its object to obtain about million' although many, reports of, gross.negligence -I Build> Buy, or -- L A'Full Line of Aluminum Ware, Kitchen.

dollars annually for state governmental. and inefficiency in connectionwith: :

operations. the leaked operation out. of Russian railroads have s Refinance Your Homes I Sf F Utensils, And=--WeU ,Just. Dro ,.In And: :: i


The first announcement that 'we have Now, however, the new commissar of 4 : See,:For YourselfATJ : :

had from a candidate for a state office railroads, Lazar Kaganovich, has adopteda or repair or modernize any type of : "... :

came into the office this week, from a man I policy:of,publicity, rightly believing that building on insured credit I ,.: -- .. -". .

who started off by saying that he had beenan only by such a policy can the, deplorable ., .r :

office-holder the county in,, which he I situation which exists be corrected. In a I :. "Your home is-:worthy of the best" :

lives for.20 years. We didn't even, read i recent ,official, report he revealed that, The( first'National' Bankof :
further. He stopped us with that one I during 1934' no less than 62,000 accidents I r South Florida: Contracting &: Engineering Co.

statement.' If he has been supported. by I occured on Soviet railroad lines :with the Approved, Mortgage Under the .

the public for that length of time in our I destruction of 4,500 cars, damage to 7,000 I. t .. :-. Phone 598. White I and Eliza Streets :

opinion, it's about time he got on the other locomotives and 60,000 cars, involving a !. :
FEDERAl HOUSING ADMINISTRATION .
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and of that tax payer-public official com- I' property loss of 60,000,000 rubles and. the .. .....................................................................:.
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deaths of "hundreds of *' '
bination.-Lake County Citizen: persons. lB.01S

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I Today In:History I
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1314-Hkto.-ic: battle of Ban-
S.'P"O-RTS.' nockburn. Scotland About 30,000 ............5555555555.....................a..e.eI

to marry Robert Da,"..Keit.8ttm tell
R.brrf* dangktff 4Ko that th.Cap ,not to care! J ia I 100.000 Eng''j;: *-markingScotland's .
Weat.rah. lore it really a Picking up the evening paper. AlIson 'independence. WATCH between Duval
shady ,...Mncht. Dr. l.-,. ihto : I PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo.
if convinced. that Dap**. Co swedveitarraa. held It rather high to hide her ., I r and Fleming,streets. Reward if i j reno. Excellent piano for sale
and has partial proof flashed cheeks as she pretended to I '
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fkt l.telUxp Out of tha ',. ... ,- I returned to 808.Sim nton street. ';f cheap. 1018 Division street
aka aerUentatty .r-Ola': ktremllv read the news. But there were hot I 1497--John Ca'ot and his son. 1 jun24-ltx'
to Dr. Lumtey, Aliton,. tears In her eyes which made the I Sebastian. Venetians in emplo7 of Inn24-lmo
*' ..ed.eotIft.tt to .n-
tether and mother accompany_ letters dance about and she had to I England discovered North Amer-
tttf to
a c. (
MALE, HELP WANTED
Marriage.."' .,. fa lie Pyrmee after their blink twice to drive them back. J GIANTS BLANK GAMES\ -TODAY LEAGUE STANDINGS$ I ican at some point Labrador-: FOR' SALE

Suddenly the headlines took shape
first known reach
Eurr-veans to
:MAN-For Coffee Route pavingup
Chapter 31 and meaning driving all the anger I CHICAGO CUBS I Boston AMERICAN at.Chicago.LEAGUE shore. to $60.90- week, Automobile :- PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
from Alison's head, all the color ; AMERICAN LEAGUE .
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GUY AGAIN from her cheeks. ; Philadelphia at .8t. Louis. Club- :W. L. '. '
DAPH1droned on about her "EMPTY: HOUSE MURDER ran INCREASE Washington at Detroit New York .... ......__ 37 22 .627 1635-Stu'-ely; Westcott. the Mills! 7217 Monmouth..t i Press. net

plans 'the honeymoon. "I the heading. LEADi New York at Cleveland. Cleveland u ... .__ 33 24 .579 [ religious refugee who aided Roger Cincinnati O. jun24-itx <

know the man who runs the place NATIONAL Chicago ........,___..... 30 24 .556 Williams build the first Baptist .,I TYPEWRITING PAPER 500
and he told me that there are wonderful For a moment she LEAGUE church here. in. Rhode I'alnd SALESMEN WANTED { sheets 754:. The Artman Press.
MURDER Pittsburgh' Detroit .___......... .-...32 27 .542 I arrived ,
climbs: and I thought we'd cold So tragedy had ST. LOUIS CARDINALS AND at Boston. at,Hinzhara Mass. j I! ang7
I I Boston ... _. __.__ ... 30 30 .500
Cincinnati --- LIFE l list
picnic and Alison and I could explore been brewing after all In that old. at Philadelphia. PROTECTIO-Large ]I
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27 32 .458
them' while yon played with eerie house! It had not all been BROOKLYN DODGERS SPLIT Chicago &t New York.St. Washington I of prospects \vaiting. Want cap- !
your plants. Boh. Louis Philadelphia ..._...oo 24 32129 i Virginia able OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two
fancy! Her eyes ran down scanning at Brooklyn. 1647-Margaret :Brent of aggressive representativesin
*Tm not sure that ni come" skipping the print anxiously. TWIN BILL BUCS TRIUMPH _- ----- St. Louis _...:=:::: 1739 .304 i I AmericaVfirst feminist, demanded Key West and adjacent cities. i' bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of

Robert winked at his daughter "Mrs. Grey a pretty woman about TWICE OVER,BOSTON CLUB Whitehead Salveson Wyatt and NATIONAL:LEAGUE- : 11 I vote :or ierrelf. Liberal comnrssions.: 501 Hilde- fice. octltt
"You thirty said 'It was a dreadful experi Shea. brandt Jacksonville Fla. I
haven't said 'thank you' yet! Club- W.. L.: Pet I .BIdg. ,
ence. I went down to the cellar
rte done something much bet get First Came New York ._._..._.... 39 15 .722 1813-Some 600 Americans in jun243txWANTED
open for the man delivering coaL I
ter. retorted Daphne. "I've mad didn't see the body at first the cel- cs..l.a to: Tae ritleNEW >) At. St. Louis K. II. E. Pittsburgh: .....-.----- 36 26 .581 r the second war with Britain, '
you four whole pounds of those special _..___.. ......_... ,
lars are so dark and It was lying. YORK, Jane .-The Philadelphia ..._ __13 16 1St. St. Louis -oo. 325 .576 i trapped ato BeaVer Dams. Ontario I

little nutty chocolates you love!" right up at the far end. in the recess! Cleveland Indians pulled one out. Louis ... __....___........ 710 4 Chicago '"'''''''__''_''' 31 25 ..5J4i ; I Canada surrender to 40 Canadians SHELL QUOTATIONS----I DIRECT] RUSSELL'S'CIGAR
"tAhl"! Robert was rather overacting under the stairs. of the fire in the ninth innning to Batteries: Marcum. Benton Brooklyn __ ........... 27 29 .482 i aided by 1,000 Indiana. FROM COLLECTOR shippedfob.
his part rubbing his hands together Dietrich and Richards Walkup i Cincinnati .. 25 34121
'At first. I thought the last ten- defeat the Yankees, 6 to 5. and ; Ii --- --- -- Heart Clam. Panama Fighting
smiling at Alison. tell 70U.Daphne's ant had left some clothes behind and cut the distance between them-(;, Coffman Hansen, Andrew and Philadelphia __. __.' 20 35 .364 I 1852-First national agricultural -, Conch. Pink Conch etc.,j i

home-made chocolates are then I saw what It was! selves and the league leaders to) ]HemMey: Boston .... ___....____. .. 17 40 ..298y.4T.I".I"Ar.l'I".I' convention began in Washington ,
( something to write home aboutYou're !" "1 screamed husband i < and Shell Lamps. Turner Mfg.
came
so my i STORE0
three D. C.poStOFFICEVET. '
games. Co.. Ventnor N. J. jun21-6tx
not going to get one yet!" running. don't think I shall ever The. White Sox and Boston Red Second Game I .
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Daphne was arch now. "Walt!" She forget. It was so terrible-the blood doubleheader J At St. Louis U. II. K. FOR REm

turned to Alison. One can't get and that awful grey hairless face Sox divided their' Sunday Philadelphia _____...___._....__13 16 1 TO SUBSCRIBERSIf \ -0-

--- .-. ..- pounded.before out 30,000 an 8 to fans.2 victoryin Boston i St. Louis ....__....._..__...... 381 J I i I IS AUTO PIONEER I, BICYCLES-WE RENT by the Baseball Returns

,the nightcap after Chicago had Batteries: Blaeholder and Richards you do act receive your Hour Day or Week. Repair

-L Lx taken the opener, 4 to 2., f '- ; Cain. Andrews, Van Atta paper by 6:15 o'clock in the tnr Ametated Pre-an) I all makes and paint them with Wire

__ Wildness of three Detroit pitch* Walkup and Hemsley, Heath. afternoon call telephone 51 .1' DEWITT, la.. ''June 24.1. Nu EnameL 'We parry a full By ,

t i era Joe Sullivan. Clyde Hatter and At Detroit R. II. E. Another 'veteran, in his day a supply of parts. 'Agent for the -0-

LY Leon Hogsett. was a major fac- Washington ..........._.......12.1 0 and a paper will be sent to pioneer; has gone on the pension i Rollfast -and Dayton Bicycles.) COME IN AND GET THE

I tor in the Tigers' defeat,by Washington Detroit m......................._. 713 2 your home. A complaint boy' I roles of the. postoffice department., And sell them as low as $5.00' RESULTS''
in the third game of their I, Batteries: Hadley and Ilolbrook; :U on duty' at this office from J He is Jay G. Sullivan credited: down and $1.00 per week. We OF THEMAJOR.BASEBALL
with being ,the first rural carrier and Sell all'makes of used ,
series. The score was 12 to 7. Sullivan Hatter, Hogsett and 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the : Buy
Hornsby found six I to use an automobile on his route. Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.I' LEAGUES
Rogers Cochrane: Reiber.At purpose of delivering complaint i 1 I !:
pitchers futile to stem a Philadel-I Sullivan started carrying the mail i Stowers company, 515 Duval
ro phia batfest. and the Browns Cleveland R. II. E. *. Help n* give you 100 i|Jart. 1. 1905. and figures he has street. apr9-tf r i iI -0-

dropped: both ends of a double-1'New York ._._...-.__._._.. 581 percent service by' eating 51 I traveled more than 250.000 miles.'! I i I I CIGARS CIGARETTES

header with the Athletics. The Cleveland ...__....._......._._. 6 13 1 if you do not receive The Citizen. He recalls that when he first I COTTAGE' FOR RENTCompletely : SOFT. DRINKS
X'y Y Athletics von the first game, 11J I' Batteries: Gomez and Di key; I[. started driving a car he had to get; I furnished with linens:1 ETC.

to 7, and buried the Browns, 13 to Hudlin. Harder and Phillips ( permission from headquarters at, and.new Frigidaire Apply 6251
'I'IIIII.I'I."s i! I f'I Division street., jun20-lwk
BrenzeL Washington.
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3, in the nightcap.The .__ ',m--- O ,, -
New York Giants apparently -

out to build up an overwhelming S .
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lead in the National

fr League pennant race, trounced an-
other of their important rivals,

whitewashing the Chicago Cubs, R

to 0, in the series opener.
Dizzy Dean's eleventh victory .,
; .t' !aiY% aka .
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16 to
of the
season was an easy j 5F r
2 triumph for the St. Louis Cardinals "
: z' but the Dodgers hammeredRed '4' -

Bird pitching hard in the sec-
P Y9xrYEatnuftl"EMPTY ond game to win. 10 to 6, and

earn an even break. F < .
HOUSE MURDER. the heading ran.
For the second straight dav a

Gus Suhr homer turned the tide
decent chocolates out In Spain off like a skull and the hands all stiff ,'
for Pittsburgh when the Pirates
the beaten track. Do tell me. what and without nails!" '
II took doubleheader from the low-
kind do you like best? I must make "Although the police have not a ." '
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J'ftll,some.Qj jjojsa. djfejiuis tszojrwSbe : denuded the body, they have a clue ly Braves, '4-3: and came'from 74.Cincinnati'twice be-1 -' .

loves creams**put In RObert: and they are anxious to .
hind to defeat the Phillies and win '
"Then ill make: a whole box at the owner of a dark blue Interview"I f n.M "
ends of doubleheader 6 to \
both a
creams, specially for her. declared car which was parked I I
Daphne affectionately a pres downs[ above the house throughoutthe :5and5to2.
ent" night of the 25th. The owner of The summaries: j \

Alison had an odd sensation of thIs car. or anyone able to give any NATIONAL,LEAGUE I
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suffocation: as if the too apparentand information is requested to communicate First Came \
transparent efforts to' placateand -** At Philadelphia R. II. I:.I

Inclnd3 her were huge soft eiderdowns The paper slid from Alison's handson Cincinnati ......._._..........- 6 10. 1 ;

which were being pushed to the floor.A Philadelphia ......._.--..-... 591
down on her until she could hardly dark blue. two-seater. Guy's Batteries! Johnson, lIerrrnanTlyBrennan r : ,fiii

breathe. carParked all through that night I and Campbell; Bowman \ .
She made an attempt to smile the nIght that they had met! Then and Todd. I '9'5
and speak lightly. "It's I who most he had lied about It being In \Var-

think of presents.: I must think of ley! And the grey-faced man whom I .
one to give to you. :Mrs. Sumers= she had seen was lying dead. Seco..J Came I

"Ddphns.: please Yet Guy had told her-told her At Philadelphia R. II. E. '":

"Sorry. Daphne. What would: you distinctly-that he had seen nothing Cincinnati ----...:_.......-.. 59 11 ::

like!" A trickle like Icy water ran down Philadelphia __..............._ 2 5 OJ I'
"I'm sure I should love anything::: Alison's spine. Batteries: Frey and Lombardi;) ;

yon chose." She got up. held out What had really happened In that Prim and Wilaoiu t.s; t x .
her arm. linked It In the girl's and
while
lonely house she lay sleeping '.'
drew ber out of the dining room. upstairs First Game ; i.hxY.
"You've your father's taste my dear F
At Brooklyn R. H.
?Had that grey-faced creature ,
which is wonderfuL Look what be which she had seen with Its skull- St. Louis ......._* __.._...16.20 1

s gave me "today-these lovely pearl like face and nailless hands been a : Brooklyn ..-..--....-..... 28 :3

earrings! !" The a ghost? "The spirit of a murdered i Batteries: J. Dean and lk-t.'l -
They are awfully pretty
man looking for Justice! For one ceyj Babich. Claris and;,Phelps!.
the ;
hard reciprocate
girt tried to t.
...
warmth the elder woman showsd moment the wild thought assailedher ,I & 1'1'i : :: s t

but the touch on her arm gave hera ; but ghosts are mere unsub- ; Second Game : ..
stantial wraiths If they exist at all.
physical repulsion that she bad], At Brooklyn R. II. E:.
and It had taken all her bodily '.
never felt with anyone .else: "As,If the St. Louis --....-.-......--... 6-J2 U'' '
she was a snake.; lbyttak .a II L'a" strength to hold;..- the. 'door: against Brooklyn _-...... :..-- .ti jlO 13 Jl'* i.
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1.,1j1 _
Batteries: Pa CWJrns, HarreU.j
the library she drew Then he was alive that night; hal; ,
V. Davis Munris. ;
and
ENTERING ,Heu ser ;
she said. 'm ,afraid"couldn't I died been killed-She had a sense

afford anything as beautiful of guilt as she wondered whether I: Vance and Lopez. t. .
I'>
." after all she had done wrong. Perhaps --
as that.Daphne meant to First Came .. ..- t : -
broke Into a rinsing peal the man had not I I / ;
of laughter. threaten her had come upstairs At Boston R. H. E. : -

"Afford! You dear.Innocent child! asking for help! Perhaps he had I Pittsburgh ...................... 4 15 0

Don't you know that with your expectations been running away In fear-If she i Boston .-.-..-.._.....-....-... :3 11 1 /
had let him in. he might be alive f '
you could get credit In Batteries: Swift. Weaver antI .f
any shop In London?" now! i Padden; Brandt. MacFayden and r' a
"No. I never run bills.' Rat running from what from Hogan. Mueller. i -
Why should your Daphne mad whom? I I A
that sound mocking. "My dear how That was the question. There had
been no one In that house except Second Came
all like yon'Alison !
I wish that we were
turned away. She was fee; themselves-Guy and herself and I At Boston R. H. E. .
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that grey-faced man. Pittsburgh .
furiously angry again. Not' so I t.
Ing : :::==:: 3 '.
easy after all. to keep one's tempe Slowly. Alison sank down on the Boston .---. 415 7 "
with: Daphne who was always sneering sofa and picked up the paper again. Batteries: Lucas, Bush and

covertly, making each attempt (Copyright. f Ml. Etclir U.trine; I I Grace; Smith. Frankhouse, Cants

to be friendly Into occasion for fresh Guy li damned by circumstantialevidence well and Hogan. Mueller j tI :

dill and mocking laughter.The oalToday's tomorr w.. 1 '
York R. H. E. 4s
At New '
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-.--. -- _.- '-;,._ "':" ---.----: I Chicago ......... 0 11 31, : .

....,...................1 time Rabbi i, born in England I New York ._......_-._ 8 12 01( .
; Batteries: Warneke. Bryant. 4s-1 .
years ago. ::
Birthdays '
I I i Casey and Hartnett; Fitzsimmonsand I ;
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e.......a......00.e a..a. I Geraldine G. B. Gilkey of Chicago -, )Ian usoI :..- :: :

\f alter J. Cummin of Chicago, ; former president the I AMERICAN LEAGUE

treasurer of the Democratic National -1 V. W. C. A., born at ChesterviEe: First Game

1 Committee born at Springfield Ohio. 46 years zgo. At Chicago R. H. E. -

I1L 56 years ago. I Boston ._i ............_ 2 13 .0 [ the: cigarette with that-

Dr. John Leighton Stuart. Chicago .._.....--.....- 4 12 11 -
Dr O'wald Veclea of Prince- Prerbyterian missionary presidentof Batteries: W.- FerreU and R.. '; .

ton, N. J.. famed mathematician Yenehing University, Peiping, Ferrell; Lyons and Grube. .. and
born in Iowa 55 pleasing. taste. .aroma'
years ago. China born in China (of Aroer- et ?

can parentage), 59 years ago. Second Game j} ,
Dr.,John C. Wright Federal vo- ,. ", ; ..
R. H. E. ..
At Chicago
torn in Indiana,
cational expert, ,,,
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Casts Charpentier French Boston J 812 -

59 years ago. composer of murk, born. 75 yens Chicago ..-i.--4--. ;, :, 262 "t :. .'.t ', -
Lewis Browne, author and one-. ago : BatteriesWelch, and R. Ferrell; e tin.Lawn,a lfria>Joajcco Co.JIONDA1" .
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PAGE, FOUR THE> KEY WEST CITIZEN: MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1935.



I "'. .. "'........:... ............"..... "'.'' eeeeeeeeeeeeee.aee..e..ee..e..e.ee...... Charles BetheL She was accom- ami with' her son-in-law and daughter and St. .Petersburg returned to Subscribe to The Citizen.

; PERSONAL MENTION .1 panied by another SOD, Harry. Mr.\ and Mrs. I. N. Meltzer Key West on Saturday. ,

I ; ; SOCIETY i ; 1 and grandson, Curtis Meltzer.

x : : ..........a.............................._4...... Fred Carbonell,' WhO was recently MASONIC NOTICE BENJAMIN LOPEZ

Frank Johnson, Jr.. who was : Clarence A. Hamilton machin- graduated from Southern Sebastian Dongo, cocontractorwith : : AH Master Masons FUNERAL HOME
......................... are invitedto
........ooo3oooooeoooiEntertain pending a while "with relativesand ift; mate first claM U. S. Coast Dental College at Atlanta, Ga., John Cates on the repair activities be at Scottish Rite Hall tonight : EdaMUbed 49 Year

GroupOf | Announcement friends in Miami, returned Guard service, who was in the left recently fcr Jacksonville to at the Marine hospital at 8:00 o'clock for conferring of Key West's Oldest
take the required examination left Saturday afternoon for Miamito
yesterday. Marine hospital, left Saturday aft. Master Masons: Degree 14-Ho Ambvlaac Service

Friends Of Marriage ernoon to join his vessel at Mi- before the state board. purchase material for the work.!I F. E. CAMUS, I LJceiaied EnbalmerPheae

I Alex Banyas, seaman first class, ami. jun2. -1t Worshipful Master. 135 Ni.bt t..-W
U. S. Coast Guard, who was in Mr. and Mrs. Neville Sturrup Mrs. Thomas Moore left Satur- I

Commodore and Margaret 1 who were married two weeks ago day afternoon to be with Mrs.
I Mr. and Mrs._ Harold C. Thompson the :Marine hospital for treatment, Ed. Thompson, employed by the
Zinaida Mietk-Liuba were and left to spend honeymoonwith John Cates who under-
von announce the marriage of left Saturday for his station at Frut Growers Express at Jackson- a recently -

informally at home to, their acquaintances -}I. their son, Anthony Thompson, to Fort Lauderdale. ville, arrived on the Havana Spe- relatives in Arcadia, Fla., returned went an operation in a Miami hospital STEAMSHIP Co.

yesterday at 708 Mass Mae de Angelo, of Detroit, cial yesterday.
Fred Dion returned on the morn morning.
Michigan. : UNITED STATES FAST
Eaton Street,
i The wedding was nolemnfzed onIJune' ing train yesterday from Miami E. E. Hood, who was. with Mr!'. : MAIL ROUTES FOR
.
The economic and political : 8 in'Detroit, where Mr. where he had been several dayson Mrs. Joe Mondul was an arrival Stanton Cooper employed at Hood, visiting her mother. Mrs. -

situation in the United States and i Thompson; is employed in the business. yesterday from Miami to join )Ir. the work camps on the keys left Sarah Welch and other relatives PORT TAMPA-HAVANA_WEST INDIES
Mondul who is in Key West recuperating '
abroad: 'I law, poetry, the Melody Michigan Roller Works. yesterday for Islamorada after a left yesterday morning over the Effective March 18lh, 1935
from a recent opera-/short visit with his family. highway for Miami accompaniedby Tey West for Havana and
Hour The French liner "Nor- J. W. Ludlam, of the state plant I i .of Wednesdays Saturdays,
tion. Mr. and Mrs Carlyle Robert : r. N.Leave .
maadie. the coming Key Hour On beard, and Mrs. Ludlam who were I
and Melody Mrs. Elois who will Havana ,for Key West \ I
the week-end with Chester Thompson left on and Miss Sawyer Thursdays and Mondays; ,
West Exposition were the chief visiting over returned Albert Finder, captain of the the afternoon train yesterday for visit with friends in Miami. Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon
Thursday Night relatives in Miami
of animated conversation. days, 6:30 P. M.
topics Pilar arrived
Yacht
Hemingway Miami for a stay of several days I

(Delightfully refreshing punch terday. YeS-I' yesterday for a short visit with with relatives.Mrs. Mrs Helena Sawyer, and two' Ticket. Reservations sad lafornatioa at Ticket Office .. tie

and cakes were served. his family. children Katherine and George Dock, 'PIa... 71
An hour of old and modern LEGALS I
GeorgeF. I
called
Those who were:
William A. Carey and two who had been spending! a week J. H. COST.\R. A.eet.SOLKA 1
during
Jennie B. de'songs r will be-presented
Archer Mrs. .
; children and Mrs. Joe Saundersand visiting in Miami and surrounding
TUB Mrs. W. H. Trout and eon, Hu-
Hour OK
Boer Miss Mary Lou de Boer;I the sixth Key West Melody iTHK fiBre IT Corny
; night under the TVtKM-IKTtf JlptCItl. CIRrtlT bert, who were visiting with relatives -r child who were spending a ponts, returned to Key West yes-
Browne Mrs. next Thursday
Judge Jefferson B. ; OK TilE VT4TK Of KI.OK- Fla. week with relatives in Miami, re- terday on the noon train.
at Hollywood, were returning -
A. D. Leuthi; Mayor and Mrs. direction of Commodore von lIlA. I> AND FOR MOMIOB:
I I H. D. W. ('01\T'I IIIVNC' : "'. passengers on the morn- turned yesterday.Mr. I
William H. Malone; Mr. and Mrs. Mletk-Liuba. Jesse Li. Alley and Florence train yesterday.Allan Mrs J. E. Lewis who had been

William B. Norman; Mr. and Mrs.I Mrs. Morris E. Berkowitz and It Alley his wife. 'Plaintiffs. ing and Mrs. Alton Albertus I spending a week visiting in TampaPALACE I JI

Pearlman Mrs. Dora Roberts; the Misses Alce Curry, Norma andI ,
Joe ; .f Lire *.tT.o -- ---- ---
vs. Korertonsirr were arrivals yesterday from I
Miss I Clara Yates will render' vocal Knowles. who was in Miami -
Mr. anr Mrs. Charles Yates; I :: isle CerUn..tetloUeorlte Mi-I I
ami for a stay of several; F
1
i and {
Yates. I selections.! \W Ilntchltison for a visit with his daughter
Norma K/
Mid George with Mr. Albertt-S .
the wife of the Mrs. Ori Archer, and family, re- parents, (
---- W. llutrhinson, whose name and Mrs. Eduardo Albertus. and Jean Parker in I r f
I.I unknown: Michael Kiilackr.If turned over the East Coast yes- ... /
living, and. if dead the terday. were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. SEQUOIAComedies ? 1
i TO heirs. desisees granteea or Archie Albertus.
MRS. STANCE I LEGALSIV other claimant tinder the and Short Keelatigee

said Michael Killacky deceased J. C. Sanchez left '
Dr. -
yesterday
wife of the Albert : 1Or-t55c Night: 15-25c
and Uae F. E. executive ttieer ,: ;
TEACHDANCINGParents THK COt"NTT 41'I> JK*!' COrny raid Michael KiUacky .whose. J afternoon for Miami wherehe
'l> AM FOR WOMIOB COCfcTf, name-is unknown., j will attend.the National Con- of the FERA. left Saturday for ROOFINGCarey
FLORIDA. W; PROBATE.In DefendanlK- Miami to spend the week-end with >Jsrh. 4 ilU> landing; Hotel"
r* Estate of ORDER OF PCBUCATKW? tention of Optometrists to be

1-_: t WM. V. MrLLINGTON.Deers. lIeeLNOTICE It appearing; by the-aworn bill of held in Miami this week. his family. SEMINOLEJarl ; ,_
of local children are : complaint of Jesse L. Alley and fHE f
TO CREDITORSTo Florence H. Alley. hiswife,, the % MM Mrs. Charles Curtis left Saturday 5.
opportunity' to givei' all-icr ditors and all persons hav- ,
afforded an plaintiffs In the above styled cause Roberts left on
Webster
Mrs.
Ins claims or demands against has afternoon for a visit in lliDON'T \ of
their'children a-cuurae in-dancing which said bill of complaint bs ., Here is one the latest
: j raid Estate: ( ben duly filed i. the Mid,, cause, the afternoon train yesterday aft- :r' a
and expressionaccording\ tot 'an Yo and each, of you. are hereby plaintiffs believe that GeorgeW. achievements of science
that her >Iji -
ernoon, accompanied: by ,
advertisement in this issue by Mrs.J notified and required to present anyclaims i Ilntchinson. one of the,defendants c c a ,
and demands which ,you or daughter for visit in Miami I i >I It
f In the above styled Stead Stange. have againstthe
Mary of
either
you may I resident of a State or country other with relatives.W. .

Mrs. Stange ;Is a competent deceased estate late of Wm.of Monroe V. Millingrton County. i I the than State the State of Illinois of Florida and that namely theresidenre 4 have to see th.is.roof to real

teacher and studied under the best ; to. the Honorable Hugh
directors in New York City. She Gunn.Florida County Judge of Monroe I 'v. Hutchinson of said as defendant particularly George as R. Archer, employe of the : Solka Roofing ize how far it is ahead of or-

(County Florida at his office In Is known to plaintiffs, Is Inn state plant board, who was on a contains special cellu-
has taught in parts of the Courthouse. In Monroe dinar'roofings. Longer life
many the County I Loomis Avenue Harvey Illinois brief visit to Miami and Deerfieldwith lose fibres produced and
country including Birmingham'and County. Florida within eight calendar and that there is no person in the >iu H illr. FleridaSilas. purified by the exclusive
; _
months from the date of the relatives, returned yester greater flexibility and
of Florida the service of asubpoena .
Atlanta and was with the Uni- first publication hereof bald claimsor State would bind ( II. Glll\Elt. MaaaaerA Solka process. These
whom
vernal Producing Company for demands shall be In writing and said defendant upon George W. Hutchinson day. HANDICAP human home-like.. Institution. fibres have tremendous greater strength than you
contain the place of residence and where you will find y r .hl..1 ,'
many years. Mrs. Stange's course post office address of the claimant : further the said that defendant plaintiffs George believethat W.Hutchinson .' and YOUR CHILDIf cam for .... eMierlaiBmeat a mat- highly strength flexible.yet they And are ftever thought possible.nally I .
will l last six weeks. j and shall be sworn to by the claimant the of MrsErnest Hemingway ter of great importance.
Is over age
i the felt containing
,
r his agent or attorney. children, left yesterday for Miami his vision is defective he -
ears.And
.went -one >
>
All such claims and demands not it further appearing >>y said and will by plane to Bimini to is laboring under a disturbing A steel fireproof b.ll go
fruit'; filed within the time and in the that plaintiffs believe I. t.e heart af t.e ellT much more Carey asphalt
The olive is the oldest bill of complaint
manner prescribed herein shall be that said George W. Hutchinson join Mr. Hemingway who is fishing handicap in his work in -o- taturant. and quote our low prices.
known to man. I void. is married and has a wife and from his Yacht Pilar. his play on his entire nervous livery Room with Combination Tub
II I Dated the 3rd day of June. A. that the Raid wife of said George on his mental and (land Shower lath. Radio Ele.trlcI SOUTH FLORIDA CONTRACTING
fj-kteni;
I) 1135.
Door for Summer
\V. Hutchinson. one of the defendants i I tCeilinK! Fan Slat
''An average of nearly one person -! Administratrix, CLARA I* MIL.LINGTOX.As of the Estate. In the above styled cause Dr. W. B. Keating in charge of physical alertness. It's your Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with &: ENGINEERING COMPANY

out of 100 in- this claims an Interest In the propertyIn who duty to know whether he needs ,.Mattresses o' Inner Spring Construction While & Eliza St. Phoae 598
every coun- of Urn, VI Millmirton. deceased. said bill of complaint described, I the work camp at Islamorada, and Individual Reading -

try was injured in an auto acci-. W.Attorney CURRY HARRIS.for Administratrix.Junl101724.. :. and that the name of the wife of was in the city for a brief visit, glasses or not. We, will tell Lamps. -
I the said George W. Hutchinson is honestly. HATES
dent last year. left yesterday afternoon for his you
further that
unknown to plaintiffs; Slaa-t

_. plaintiffs believe that the said wifeof [ station. TK nmmtmm, Private Bath .. _, J2.sa:
----- - -- --- -- --- -- DR. J. A. VALDES n
the said George W. Hutchinson Ml R_.. Private Italb .. IS*
Is a resident of a State or country f __.. __ 3.8O 0'a.
e n Private Hath
children
other than the State of Florida I Mrs. Veral Roberts and OrlHofon Soft-Lite License 34 R__.. Private Bath a..e: .
SNAPSHOT GUILI I II I namely that the. the residence State of of the Illinois said, wife and left on the afternoon train I* *ani.le n__.. Private flats ..-

of the said George W. Hutchinson.,I' yesterday lot a visit with rela- > 532 Duval Street- !M.IOIIT! IXHH41IFOR UOtBLH
a. particularly aa III known to Ol'CLPAbCY;
tives in Miami
I I 'Make Your Pictures Say plaintiffs is 1S3ZJ Loomis Avenue.
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is
Harvey, Illinois, and that there i
-- --
no person in the State of Floridathe
left
Miss Mary Charlow yesterday -
service of a subpoena upon '
whom would bind said wife of thesaid afternoon for Miami where
Something'a George W. Hutchinson; further -.
she fill visit for a while with rela-.
I that plaintiffs believe that the
v I said wife of the said George WHutchinson tives and friends.
Is over the age of -
I
twenty-one years. daughter FIRMS
ajt. I And It further appearing by said Mrs. Arnold Henson and rJ
/
bill of complaint that plaintiffs do left on the afternoon 'train
I know and have not been able
not
i yesterday for a visit i with relatives
to ascertain whether Michael\ Kil-
lacky one of the defendants,in.the I and friends in Miami.
I above styled cause. believed by 1 I I _
plaintiffs to be Interested In theproperty Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

In said bill\ of complaint i I Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Symonette I

K described, or. If dead, to have been i and daughter, Rolerta who were
interested therein I is dead or alive.
And It further appearing by said I spending several weeks with rela-

bill of complaint that plaintiffs .be- tives in Key West, left yesterdayfor
lieve that said Michael Killack,. if
living Is married and has a wife I their home in Miami. AMERICAN COFFEE ROSES
rrra wed. and that the said wife l of said i JOHN C. PARK
Michael Killacky. one of the defendants .. THIS SPACE:
in the above styled cause' Mrs. W. r. Archer and daughter Now Offered in 3 Grades,

claims an Interest In the property left on the afternoon train

fYS I! and in said that bill the of name complaint of the dellCrlbed.i wife ofi yesterday for, a visit with relativesand 328 SIMONTON ST.5TAR, Ib 25c; FLORAL PIECES A

i the said Michael Killacky U unknown friends at points on the East LARGO, I ft 18c; SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
to plaintiffs; further, that Coast. La?
I '
V. & S. lt ISc.
plaintiffs believe that the residenceof ,
the said wife of the said Michael\ PLUMBINGDURO I
I I Killacky Is unknown, and that Mrs. Urban Bethel left Saturday Buy It At Your'Local PLANTS and VINES .
there is no person in the State of she will
r. Florida the service of a. subpoenaupon for Arcadia where Grocery Store PER MONTH ..-
whom would bind.said wif4ef spend several week with a eon

__ the, that said plaintiffs Michael KUlacky believe;. that further and daughter-ui-lfew, Mr. and Mrs. PUMPS Roasted:in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA

the said wife of the said Michael
'
Always have your subject doing? something Killacky Is the of STAR '
over age twenty- COFFEE MILL

of thousands of chances are that line the one years.It PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY
jug
e you up ORDERED
is therefore
HUNDREDS that S12 Greene Street '$3.00
,
books arelIoldeveryyear gang, you snap the camera, and George W. Hutchinson and the wife J ji -
of the said 1 George W. Uut chin I OCCASIONAL PHONE 348 Phone 256 f* = "
and the ones we 9TPf1 mast In' again have Just lanother picture name is, unknown Michael: son.whose i iKUla I PrlONEI -* 597 f "f !

our younger years were those trans when'It'w01J1 bb'Just!' : as easy; to k,.. If living. and If.dead,. all I sat lei r

lated Into pictures because they hada have the crowd enjoying the !lunch parties claiming Interests. under _
and said Michael Killack,. deceased or.tber..i. CHAIRSThey ,
perhaps one member busily engaged I -r--w
human appeal. AU through olives ... In the following described HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
In the act of "exterminating"a property situate lIne and -READ-
we retain our Interest In pic SELECT SEA FOODS
luscious ear of corn or doing a being In the County of Monroe and INSURANCE
tare stories. It Is this appeal thai t
State of Florida to-wit:

takes us to the movies and cause l "boarding salad.house reachfor the potato nier Lot Cove Thirteen a subdivision(II) of Taver-ac- Jewfish, 2 lb.. 3Sc THE KEY WEST

us to look through the pages of daily If;you were making movies would cording to plat thereof recorded Yellowtail Steak, 2 I.... _,3Sc Office: 319 Duval Street *
and for pictures In Flat Book One (1) at K
magazines -
newspapers you take foot after foot of film with I 13. Monroe Flor- lb.. 25cCrovper '
that tell stories of human activities. page County Yellowtail on Bone. 2 SUNDAY STARSubscription
your actors doing nothing! Of ida. Public Records I

course not and It isn't a bad Idea to I, and 2 Ib*. 25c
tAt Fourteen 14) of Taver- TELEPHONE NO.1
*
But when It to snapshots. .
comes think of your stincamera as a nier Cove, a subdivision according Saapper. 2Ibs. 25e

so many seem to forget how much movie camera filming a drama. Get .I to plat thereof recorded M.tto. FUb. 2 I... 25c $2 Per Year
they enjoy looking at story-telling action and In Plat Hook One (1> at
meaning. This means Try Year M.... AtDelmomco
pictures.: They; pick up their cameras that you should think before you I page. Public 13. Monroe Records County., Florida ,I FRESH SHRIMP Key West's Only Sunday THE-

and Just shoot, seemingly satisfied! shoot. and the wife of the said MichaelKillacky PaperBusiness RettaarantBwlweiser

to get any; pictures at all. as It was The two pictures above really; "say all whose name Is unknown FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
of the
defendants the aboveentitled
in the old days: of. "You Press the something." Jack's picture with his I cause, be and they are Office Citizen Beer ...._.,_,. If*

Button and We Do the Rest. There bicycle: tells"chain trouble"and a hereby t required to appear to the Building
LOWE FISH COMPANY Six Coarse Di.. rt, ......
bill of In said
I I complaint
better'way cause onMonday have tufted bottoms
U a to take pictures.If delay; In meeting the gang at the ,
the 1st day of July. A. D.
PHONE"\ 151. PHONE 51 ------- i0c. 75. a.4 axe
want to enjoy good
you ; some vacant lot for a game of baseball. U35. otherwise the allegations of upholstered'backs and
laughs take a look at some of the while BUlla is probably telling his said bill will be taken as confessedby are ,

pictures In the old family album or young girl friend about his*great adventures said is further defendants.It ordered. that this order made of solid wood.

some of the snapshots you took: several as a sailor; of pirate's gold be published once a week for AARON McCONNELL .
i
;years ago. There you will prob and Pieces of EightIn I four consecutive weeks In Tbs Key Very special Our Reputation it WrapPRITCHARD.
West Citlsen. a newspaper pub- S36 FIe.... Street
ably find perfect examples of have $600Occasional JENNIE B DE BOER
some
case you never given lixhed In Monroe County, State of at ped in package
.
record pictures-pictures of Uncle much thought to this before. Just Florida. __ every

Charlie or Aunt Minnie In a stiff take a look through a newspaper or Dated this 25th: day of May A. D. FUNERAL HOME

pose against the trunk of a tree or magazine and notice which please t(535.Circuit Court Seal Te 11/ of I ,
$6 80
with an unattractive garage door as you; more-pictures of people merely ROSS C. SAWYER Rockers._ I Watch 1Lt Dignified Syapataeti -
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Twentieth PRINTINGDONE ).
a background. Bout take pictures of ; looking at the camera or picturesof Judicial Circuit of Florida I I D eese.

your friends Just standing looking at people doing something humanly In and for Monroe County. I Boudoir c..rteBY

the camera. Have them lighting a Interesting and significant.: Chancesare "-. CURRY HARRIS I I I $6 00 Q A BY US
Solicitor for>> Plaintiffs. Chairs NOTARY PUBLIC
cigarette reading or doing some that the story-telling pictures .
mavIT; junS-le-17-24
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