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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 29, 1935
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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).
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VOLUME\ LVI. No. 155. KEY WEST,_FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS
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Senator Norris Gets Support Of I I FREE CLASSES I REHEARSALS WILL MANY I ATTEND 'Snatch Racket' Puts Crime Spotlight


IN COOKING TOBECONDUCTED BE HELD MONDAY PARKPROGRAM

Pat Harrison Of Mississippi In I j r On Women Role Kidnaper's Wife

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I KEY WEST ADMINISTRATION AMATEUR NIGHT STAGED

Amend Constitution l .
To
Measure MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT THURSDAY GREATLY ENJOY.ED -

.. PROJECT, FOR EMPLOYMENT I I' OF CHANGE OF DATE BY ALL PRESENT MAKING PLANS NO CHANGE IN Nineteen Year Old Wife

OF THREE INSTRUCTORS I

This Action Was Great PASSENGERS ON GETS APPROVAL OF KEY I t FOR FOURTH OFJULYPROGRAM FERA ACTIVITIES Of Harmon Metz Waley

The regular rehearsals of the What is said to be the largest

Surprise To Veteran FRUIT SHIP HAVEENJOYA3LE WEST ADMINISTRATIONA Key West Administration's: Choral attendance at an entertainmentheld ANNOUNCED YET Will Go To Trial On

Club will be held! in the future on in Bayview Park by lie Rec-

Progressive Republican Monday evenings instead of reatiin department of the Key July 5
STAY project for the employmentof Thursdays at the studio 414 Si- West Administration filled the

LeaderBy three instructors in cooking monton street. The change in benches and bleachers in the park SOUTH BEACH WILL PRE. GILFOND STATES THAT NEW

ha been approved by the State meeting dajg has been made due Thursday night to enjoy a pro. By JACK STINNETT
STEAMER CATUN SPENDS ERA Department of Educationand 1 I to several conflicting circumstances gram of amateur entertainment, SENT BEAUTIFUL SCENE PROGRAM WILL NOT BE. (Associated Press Staff Writer)

I free classes in cooking will George Mills White, director The following program was ren- DURING FESTIVITIES BY COME EFFECTIVE FOR SEV. The "._tch racket".. brought
HERBERT PLUMMEP. EIGHT HOURS AT THIS I begin in July it was announced o< the music departmentof dered:

(U, As..rIl.d Pr...) I VESSEL TAKES ON' today by Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson -I I the administration said to- Songs-Buster Russell Edith KAPPA PI CLUB ERAL WEEKS ,a new aetreM into! tie drama play.

WASHINGTON. June 29.- PORT director of the social service harris Flossie Mae Key, Margaret .
Senator Norris of-Nebraska hard FUEL OIL AT PORTER DOCK department of the Key West Ad.I I dry.At the last meeting of the club White. ed coatU.Uj in and about th.ersderworld. .

ministration.Mrs. Miss Edith Williams was elected: Tap Dance-Ellen: Mae Whar.' With the removal of the old Asked by. The Citizen today. She it cast in the
I Iy .had introduced hi. propoaed Minnie Robinson has been secretary; A. D. Luethi treasurer ton. ,
named head teacher of the and Mrs. Janice Lewis librarian. Songs-Phyllis Espinola, Mary Athletic Club and the levellingand when he thought the new work role. of "."kidnaper's. wife."
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amendment to the Constitution Tourist passengers on the classes. The two other teachers A committee was appointed '
program Sawyer. widening of the shore. South setup in Key. West would become Margaret Thalia Waley., ".ir..
eutlawing 5-4 decition. by th. *... Steamship Gatun of the Standard I are Mrs. Susan Shourds, and by Mr.\ White to assist in Dance-Paula Higgs. .
Mary Moreno, colored. the selection of numbers to be rehearsed Songs-Rose Mary\ Demerit, Beach will no doubt present a effective M. E. Cilfo.... administrator Iy" 19.ycar-old wife of Harmon
promo court before s.. Lad enlisted Fruit and Steamship Company Anyone interested in this work and performed by the Anita Lones. .
I should enroll for the classes at the Dance-Thelma Carey. colorful stretch of sand during the said it would !he several Meti Waley. confessed Weyer.haeaier .

one vote- thoroughly, enjoyed themselves following places. White at the club.Mr..- White hopes to complete Songs-EJna Snarez, Doris Rob Fourth of July festivities, it Mchown. weeks !before there would be any. kidnaper, will go on trial

It mutt have been somewhat of during the eight hours the vessel High school. Monday, from 9 to arrangements for a concert lobe .
pro.re..1 12 a. m. Colored Douglas school held in the near future and erts.Arabian Dance-Jes ie Michael. ; :I changes in the work program. July 5 for her alleged participation

a surprise to the veteran was in port yesterday afternoon. i Monday, from 2 to 5 p. In. stresses the necessity of havingall Songs.-Gwendolyn! Borden. De-
Bright\ colored canopies and Julius F. Stone Jr., former in the nation' latet ....-
The classes: are not restricted members at rehearsals. Thereis loris Gray, Alice Reyes, Madge I
Si.. republican leader for it was The snip arrived 3 p. In. and I I I beach parasols, bathers and spectators Florida Emergency Relief Ad-
to any certain classes, but are I an urgent need of more singers Sands Olga Ramos. ticrial ".. leu."
none other than that of Pat berthed at the main pier of the opened to anyone desiring to at.: especially tenors and bases, and Guest Specialists in holidiy attire, sailboat ministrator, Mr. Gilfond said was

Har.1 Porter Dock Company. Immediately I tend. The instructors are being 1 all people interested in singing are Solo.-"Little One of My\ Heart"II lacing through the waters all going to Washington, D. (X, next Trial is set October 17 for Fran-

rison of Mississippi, .. afterward the passengers -. furnished by the Florida ERA as 1 requested to attend the club and "What Do I Care"; words by should lend South Beach an air week possibly Mnnday, in com ccs Althauser Robinson, indicted
well as the materials to be used. meetings Venecio Bravo music by Chas. with her fugitive husband the
democratic convention keynoter donned bathing suits and holidays- celebrated there a decade pany with C. B. Treadway works ,
I The school board is loaning with Roberts sung: by Ernest Sanchez,
"lone wolf" Thomas U. Robinson
and famed a* "..dU,." to re went out to Rest Beach where: out charge use of the location Solo-"II ello Stranger" and ago. program, director and Conrad l ,
!i they enjoyed bathing and recreational and equipment. CAPT. COSGROVE accompanied by Chas. Roberts. Independence Day merrymakers Van Hyning state social welfare Jr., in connection with the kidnap.

publican 'I sports. "She Don't Wanna"; words! of.will find the beach prepared to i iI commissioner.In ing and ransom of Mrs. Berry V.

Out of a clear: sky while discussing I Returning to the vessel the ONERLY WILL ENJOYSVACATION "Hello Stranger" by Guy Cruz I: comfortably seat and shelter them I I Washington' they are to StolL, Louisville, Ky.Kelly' .

the constitutionality of the!I[travelers donned afternoon garb! acne by Guy Cruz, accompaniedby throughout the day of sport and i confer with Harry Hapkins and i Wife C.n.iig
Ross Ro rts.iJUNIOR would from the capital come to Behind prison bars is KathrynThorne
social securities I.ill, the rangy and went to the Habana-Madridt! REMAIN HERE I pulchritude events. Through the: I,
I Key West to take up a number of Kelly, typical gangster's
Mississippian announced: | Club where they were served ai PROPOSES TO RESUME COM.I cooperation of the FERA recrea-: matters, which will be held in moll except perhaps for her quick
PATROL
... .When the question conies I I I crawfish enchilado, salads and MAND OF TENDER tion section: benches: and large abeyance until their arrival, and fierce cunning. In the opinion of

before the senate of two-thirds of crackers, with wines. ALL MATTERS STRAIGHTEN IVy'TOMORROW I canopies will be placed convenient. work out the setup for Monroe federal agents, :t contributed muchto

the justices passing: on the con-I[ Following the* dinner the guests ED OUT RELATIVE TO I i GO ON OUTING!' )Jy along the sands. county. the sudden underworld rise of
I President Arma"or mothers -I This will not in any way affect her husband, George "Machine
rtitutionality of congressional:[danced until it was time for the RECENT CHARGESA. I ---- I I urges
I Gun"
1 to prepare lUn-he: and arrangeto the direct relief program Mr. Kelly convicted in the
islation I am going to support,1 Gatun to sail ai 11 o'clock when. Captain Phillip Cosgrove. : I II spend the hohJUy! with their Gill ond said, which will stop beginning -I Charles F. Urschel kidnaping.
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that proposed amendment to the> they boarded the vessel declaring L. Onerly, who was arrested' ter .wf the Lighthouse Tender mat-I I MEMBERS OF ORGANIZATION families on the beach. Entertaining Monday, July 1, as statedin f Federal agents find nothing surprising

Constitution! of the United States."I John Carbonell, of the Habana-, Thursday evening on a capias issued has been enjoying a leave of ARE GUESTS OF KEY WEST features of i"e. program besides The Citizen ,earlier this week.l in the fact that kidnaping,
to ,
Couzcas Disagree Madrid. and Charles Taylor man- : in Knoxville and brought sence for the past two weeks, a1l-1 I the competitive events will proportionately has dragged more

Almost as surprising as ager of the Porter Dock Company, Key West by Deputy Sheriff S. .first he has had in a number ADMINISTRATION. b.. a number of selection by the wives into the crime circle recently -
princes entertainers ;and Key,P.. McKee, straightened up all years. : Hospitality Band and the M..im-I YACHTMANATI than other major offenses: The
ton a cetturto a reform"Jh-rri-\\ West the best city ever. matters in connection with the Asked thh morning how he had'I o-f--:;:: la band, a tumbling act in which I I victim must be tended and fed and

ated by a progressive was Captain IL B. Christiansen, charges yesterday. enjoyed his vacation the captan: Members Key West four local artists will take part,I SAILED TODAY watched. a "household duty" in the
an independent republican's move master of the Gatun, said that the Late yeeten'ay' afternoon Deputy said he had spent practically the I Junior Patrol, who completed and drill maneuver by the Junior male kidnapers' minds, the federal
to express his disagreement with a company had capacity booking; i McKee caUeJ at The entire time at home readirg and their week's work in the patrol I Patrol under! the direction of the i agents ey. The women, too, they
democratic idea. \ for the rest of the sumr.ner sail' clfice. acornpanied by Mr. CitizeD'1 II doing the many little things dear I' were guests of the Key West Ad.ministration Recreaticn Section i ir point out,. are considered good
the Gatun and Granada and said: "Everything has VESSEL WITH ARTHUR SERRA "blinds."
ings of ,, to the heart of those who spend on an outing today.
It Couzens
from Senator I .
came the largest ships of the company, rattled Satisfactorily.) most of their lives at sea. Close to 500 whit* boys and I itTO r ON BOARD GOES TO They're Not Alike
-- of Michigan\ one of the wealthiestmen I which means that each Friday known Onerly for a number of I I I| lie feels refreshed and peppedfrom girl were taken to Boca Chica to NEW The wives dragged Into the light:

in the senate and a close per-'I during the season from 50 to CO I years and have found him honest up his
conal friend and golfing partnerof I passengers will arrive on the vessels and straightforward. has satisfactorily I I and is ready to go onboard and fishing was planned. Approximately -I PREACH SUNDAYRev. kidnaping follow no set pat-
arrival he
the Mississippi "gadfly." j alternately! and have a rtny "Since my the Ivy and resume com 300 members of the tern.
For a long time Couzens has of about eight hours :in Key : arranged everything andI mand tomorrow afternoon. colored section were taken to the Yacht )Manati with the owner,I Margaret Water plump member
I
been in disagreement with the I I West. I am glad to be able to return. north-end of the key for their out. Arthur Serra on board, sailed this of a family of 14 children, marriedat
Roosevelt administration's ideas of I The Steamship Yoro, or'the am leaving tomorrow morning for : John B. Culpepper Jr., morning for Miami after being in 18 her ex-convict husband and
the subsistence homestead' plan. Standard line, is due to arrive in j I Knoxville and a-lvise all concerned FERA DISCHARGE ing.The patrol members were picked aba' arrived last Tuesday over the port and berthed at the Porter '.for a year strung along with him
is closed for I
lie contends that the cart is being port 6 o'clock tomorrow mOr.'Img. that "the matter up at the various parks by administration highway. accompanied by Mrs. Dock company for several days. ton a trail of poverty and living
placed before the horse in these I all time. CARDS AVAILABLEPERTAINS t. trucks and taken to Culpepper and daughter Martha Mr. Serra expects to spend ;on-relief that led from the date
project: When srrested Onerly said he j the key. Supervisors of the recI Key to assume his duties as pastor -! .bout. two months fishing in Florida .fOf Washington to New Jersey and
I'.... Not many public officials. however I had believed the matter was settled I I! reation department! were in I of the First Methodist church waters when he win send the k again.
would choose Couzens' method SWIMMING MEET I and was surprised when informed TO THOSE HAVING charge. will occupy the pulpit of this- vessel back to Havana. He will That she enjoyed her hour of' af-

of proving his point. I by the visiting deputy that church for the first time tomorrow -, proceed to Chicago headquarters lIcence there seems little doubt
Gift To GovernmentHe HELD THURSDAY'i it had not been. He is back again PUT IN VOLUNTARYTIME l morning.Rev. ,of his company.Mr. She threw oills about from the

the in hi* stanj conducting: his busi-I 'STEAMER OZARKARRIVEDFRIDAY Culpepper comes to Key I Serra is one of the most extensive $200,000 ransom with an abandon
has government .
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presented to I ness as usual.GROUP West after very successful pas-! growers: of pineapples in that inevitably led to her arre-.t
of $550.000 I
with gift
a whuhave completedtheir torate at Wesley Memorial church ; Cuba.. and daring the past season Cheap trinkets and dresses! caught.
workingraen'shomestead Persons
I help establish a ANNOUNCEMENT MADE OF where he served I she them. She
in Michigan. His COMING voluntary work hour, pledgemay : in Jacksonville j and seasons previous many hun her eye- bought
project discharge for the past three conference ;! dreds of carloads of fruit from tipped a clerk: $5; she gave a friend
friends that he upend an WINNERS IN VARIOUS obtain their honorable I
cay may yer rs. it is shown. I I his plantations have been trans $5 for a graduation gift and then
much million dollars before certificate by calling at the ;;
the project as a is developed fully and EVENTS HERE ON VISIT office of the research section of: VESSEL .R'HlPMENT OF Rev. Culpepper. a former evangelistic ferred at Key West and sent to added other presents.
most I
singer is one of the northern markets. When she was arrested she said
his ideas vindicated. the Key West Administration.M. FREIGHT FOR KEY forceful prcacLcrs! : of the Florida When making intentions to sail the had received the money in
senator's philanthropies 1 E. Gilfond. administrator, is
The Michigan's I.
and t! church he'e is change at another store. denounced
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Conference e MI' Serra
I the ManaU for Miami
on
swimmers of West EVENING who WEST
are common knowledge.The Young Key WILL ARRIVE THIS anxious that all residents,
I rejoicing over the fact of being made arrangements with Will kidnapers as a bad lot Her attorney
number he the swimming obtain
exact of millions competed in junior worked out their pledge
OVER HIGHWAY FOR EJ- alle to secure him as pastor, it is Gomez to pilot the yacht through in :Salt:: Lake City where
has given to t'harity-principaUy meet held in Bayview Park Thurs their discharge in order that the
she arrested described her
the waters between Key West and was ai
to handicapped or undeveloped I day under auspices of the recreation TENDED STAY( work corps might be officially Steamship Ozark. of the Clyde. seid.The new preacher has selectedthe that port.TENNIS. "just a silly girl.

children-probably never will be department of the Key WestAdministration. closed out.MRS. Mallory Lines arrived in port following subjects for his me-I. Mr*. Robivton Quiet
known. Estimates range as highas 6:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon 'GodFirst"
.20000000. The winners of the events were:I from New Orleans, with a goodly sages tomorrow: Morning" The WINNERSANNOUNCEDTODAY There U little resemblance thereto
J. L. MacConnelU of Holly.wood HOLLAND I i ; evening. "Wages.: .
I the brazen,harp-tongud Kathryn
of Couzens' Boys 25 dash, free style,
The announcement yard consignment of freight for Key : is eordiiHy! invited to attend
Calif., and two companions, 'I t public
gift: was made from his. hospitalbed Gerald Williams first; Carl Cruz West merchants. The vessel sailed Kelly who showered alternately
J. A. Jr.. and W. L. Elkins, these services.
Cobb.
in Detroit where he has been second; Horace Brightman, third. DEPARTS TODAY 9 o'clock for Miami and Jack I investives and smiles on her
I from Pittsburgh Pa., are comingin captors. She took her life sentence -
ordered by his physicians for observation Boys. 50 yards. free style. Eddie sonville.
but the negotiations: for Nelson first; Harold Williams, over the highway this evening Steamship Medina, of the same f ORDER SENT OFF unmoved.
for an extended stay in Key' Her mother, few weeks
the donation were Completed: be.I second and Emil Gardner third. I I II Mrs. E. E. Holland who was line is due in port Monday evening The junior double tennis tournament a

fore he left Washington. Girls. 25 yards open event.:! West.While here last week Mr. Mac- before marriage Miss Elizabeth from Galveston en route to FOR SILVER CUPS held at Bayview Park under j I earlier with, accepted the same the unfathomable same sentence !l
Gossip has it the idea was con.I I Louise Niles. first; Dorothy Parks, I Acherson daughter of Mr. and Charleston and New York. the auspices of the recreation department
took lease on a
Connell year's Kelly
kept
I Kathryn
a expression.
i iI
ceived the golf links of the'second Virginia Blackwell. third. I !
on ; sailed this '
Horace
exclusive and swanky Burning I Boys 50 yards, open event Mil-!I house and then left to make He prep: afternoon Mrs. Alfred on Acherson.the Steamship Cuba I TOENTERHOSPITAL Brigbtman was and Howard won by McDonaldwith I:I company on that week mad race from
was
arations for his return. MRS. EWOOD\ justice in tbe that precededtber
where Jack Finder; five silver I
Tree club in the capital he krd Burchell first; Mr.. Elkins: for Havana. I An order for trophies James Moore and Orvu Kempas I I
Afterwards, she described
then accompanied by ; capture. -
consistently takes a drubbing at,second: G. Pamas. third. Boys. there Mrs. Holland will t,, be awarded "estival winners on I
Arriving runners j "
the hands of Pat Harrison. 125 yards. back stroke. 12 to 16 'i I and also Mr.made Cobb arrangements who at that to time re take passage on the vessel of the I' Fourth of July, Las: been mailed, i The final up.match was played yesterday I : Nor do-it as any"not of these so bad.resemble

years. Eddie Nelson. first; Emil Dollar Line bound for Balboa, according to an announcementmade before a large crowd.
!1 the talL slender brunette Frances
Gardner. second and Jasper Walker turn. Panama Canal Zone, to join Mr.' by Oliver Armayor presi- Trophies will be awarded the win- ,
which was Robinson. She lived quietly with
VISITORS LEAVE the home
third. leased Although by WV. McConnell U not! Holland who is stationed at that Mrs.Police Sue Ivan Elwool Elwood., wife left of Chiefof yes dent handsome of Kappa Pi jrold Club.A lined. silver I I nez's.HABANAMADRID, f her parents and her four-year-old

ON RETURN HOME yet ready for occupancy and he port. terday afternoon over the East loving cup was selected for the ; son in Nashville. When her father
INTEREST IN by died three months abe moved
i MUCH was so advised in a telegram I Coast for Baltimore Md.. where bathing beauty contest The cop, ago
the FERA housing division he!, PHILLIP ARCHER she: will enter Johns-Hopkins hospital with its base is eleven inches high CLUB i with her mother and son to a
I 1 sent a return wire advising lie creditable prize I modest little country home.
STAMP EXHIBITIONCommodore 'I for observation and treat- and is considered a
Braxton Slapny. Kark Zink and and his friends will arrive this ment. for the young lady winning the'
TONIGHT '
Charles Keislin: left over the I evening*and they would wait until MADE PATROLMAN Accompanying Mrs. Elwood was jcdges decision.A I NOTICE

Overseas Highway this morning the house was ready. I Mrs. Earl Hathavay, who will remain tennis trophy eight inches I' T. Member!
for their home in Jacksonville1 I von Mietk-Lluba, Archer was yesterday with :Mrs. Elwood during her UH. with a tennis player beauti- DANCE. Key West Country Club
short stay herewith H. D. W., states that today he has Phillip There win te a SPECIAL DANCE
after spending a mounted on silver pedestalwas I
I Win H Malone stay in the hospital and accompany fplly
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Mayor
RENT by ,
I FOR appointed Club BoOM evening of
Slappy's uncle and aunt }lr.1and received and rnswered the 05th i her the return to Key :: chosen for the winner of the' given at on
Mrs. Mennn L. Russell on i I 1 and 100th letter from people i interested FURNISHED BUNGALOW I! to fill a vacancy recently Police West.' on finals of a tourney that is now in I Music by Habana-Madrid July 3rd. Festive numbers win!
in the West
in the International Stamp created Key be put on during evening Dance K
Southard street All modem convenience; Mr. Hathaway who! was briefly) progress. A trophy for the outboard -i Orchestra .
Department
These three boys were Jacksonville and Coin Exposition bere in De 636 William Street Officer Archer took the oath visiting his family, left with the motorboat race, a silver cup I for member> end invited guests.Don't .
the DeMolay cember. t .arare. contest and another Gents $1.00 Ladles Fre miss it.
to I sailboat
delegates yesterday was assigned to night party to go U far as Islamorada, fer the i C. G. HICKS.
the The Philatelic and Numismatic ApplyVALDES -
conclave in Lakeland and at with the for the horse race made
where he is employed cup
service and a district and was on.1 Secretary.THOSE .
elosinc decided to make the trip Society his answered every letter j BAKERY duty last night I bridge unit as deputy sheriff. up the order it is shown. JI JJ9.1t
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PAGE TWO THtJ KltY wEsT.,CITIZEN SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1935.
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Ifc.% gge*' Cflyn WAR DANGER ABOUNDSThe ...e..e :6.ee.!! | world-returned: in 23 days 15

t. eg ePt' KEY WEST IK ;Today'sAnniversaries r ;; .J L-I : MOATS WEATHER l lT.mp.rst.res f 1-2 hours. -

1-Published Daily ;aox Bnrtd y By people' of Key West are probably .
WE!: CITIZEX ptfBLISttrva! Cow INC.I i .DAYSGONfiBY 1933-German' branch of the
.. P. AR'I'XAN.' PM.Ut, intensely interested f in the question of .. ..... .. ... : Int Bible students dissolved onhul"e
R JOB ALLEV AMUtMt 8....... Jfa-.. I HappaiBi Her' Jatt Iff Ysart ........................ j States, Williston, N D.. 29.66 inches -j "culturalbol
From The Cltltea Building future war, although to some Extent unconcerned Ago Today As Taken From 1577-peter Paul Rubens, : Highest ..._.......?.....,......_90 I : Light to moderate rains and ,hevism.! of** spreading
Coraif Gr; efie' and' AtiS Streets' over the fate that looms for i. The Files Of The Citizen world-fimcd Flemist painter I Lowest uuuuuuuu..uu.u.7.1 I thunderstorms have occurred during -I

born. Died May 30, 1640. I :Mean ?'.?..............................-:.-84 I the last 24 hours from the I I
Only Dally Xtwtpapci' fh: Key Welt and Monroe, other peoples. I Normal] .. ...............,_83 central Plains States eastward over I BENJAMIN LOPEZ
County.Entered Officers and members of the Mea.i; f: the southern Lake FUNERAL HOME
and Ohio
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Generally, we are against war and region
Cuban Club t1ieeree 1721-Baron Johann
are planning de Kalb (
at Key Treat, florid, as ._all clan. matter II i Yesterday's Precipitation .14 Ins. Valley and there have been local Established 43 Y.an
tion of large stadium and KalS, French soldier, major-I
hope that th6 United States will avoid a gymnasium ) lowers :
in
: .. norticiH of the West ,, W..I OldestX4Hoar r
Normal] .10 Key
PIPTY-IIXTJI' TRAR on the club's property.The general! in the American Army of Precipitation, s.1 I : '
I Cclf] States. and eastern
fighting and that the world at ""arge'w l1 Tkl'. rrrvrd 24-boor and extreme : Ambalaac SorvUe
additions to the club will be '.the Revolution, born. Died at .r..rr. rrr/.d '
.
Mr br f tk Au* tatr< PreMTh I I' I 1......* at 8 .rl.rk IfcU murmtmf. southern Florida Tempera- Uc.a..d ELaI.er
cxeluslreiy,. enjoy a long of The for the il!!.e or members and invited Camden, S., C., front wounds received Tomorrow' Alm. 'I tures .
Associated Press entitled to u. era peace. present I "" nc are abnormally high this P...... 133 Night 0.. WMarlnMTlllr1
fur republication of an news dispatches credited to prospect is not One guests! The plans tentatively ori the battlefield; Avg. ID Sun rises .................... 5:40 a. M. morning in the north Atlantu |
It..or not otherwise credited In this paper and also very encouraging. ] made rail for a series of entertainments -t Jf,1780. 'I I Sun sets ........ ......... 7.21 p. m. 'I and northern Plains! States, and *) 1..41. .....1..
th.'..local: news published" hersItt4TIOI4AL has only to call attention'to the activity of I to be given by' the 'club I j jin Moon rises .... ......... 5:21 a. m. generally: leaOnoIt! : > throughout I THE SEMINOLE
the rooms on' DuVal] street. The|II'!: Isi9-TI.omas Dunn English, .Moon sets .... .. ........ 7 28 p. m. the remainder of the county eart
'. EDITORIAL) ) Japan, the threatened .military action of :organization. now,owns,the adjoin I!INetvalk, N. J', phgsician; author! New moon. 30th ...--.. 2:44 p. m. of the Rocky ?.fountains. "" b-
ASSOCIATION Italy in Africa and the surprising increase j' ing property and on this' land the: 'of the popular ballad, "Dt'n Bolt,' Tomorrow. TidesA.M. I! G, S. KKNNFDY: I y'" trs
... proposed stadii'm' and gymnasium i r .
.lg3SSrB5CBIPTI'o <
JY in armaments to realize that war will be placed. ,born in Vhiladelphi Died 'April I P.M. Official in Clitigr .. :
1, 1902. I ................. 9 05 10.32 ----- ,.
High
RATES exists as.an actual danger. I I R : ........................ I tits..
hO.e9Bit' Cow ....__u.... ..... 2:10: 4:13 .
one Month.Tear LeoThree Capable observers express' the opinion I Among granted the sixteen in the charters state recently of- 1836-Ceua I'haxter' popular i Barometer 8 a. m. today: : Today In History1873China's I: 1J1 t; s :- .

,ton s >t50 that the next two years will be vital insofaras I Florida l by Governor: John W.I New. England poetess, born 26 at i Sea ]level, 30,0.1.WEATHER : ........................ }t
One Month .IS Portsmouth N. H. Died Aug. ,
the'peace of Europe is concerned, ap- Martin is one for Key Largo ProP-:' :: L s
weekly .ZQ 1894. .. FORECAST Emperor for the :
parently believing that if peace can be erties. Miami, D-'de county with I I first time. receivel foreign. envoys: ....... ,.."'.0 Fitid.I .
:Made: known ADVERTISING 011 appUcatioD. RATE maintained until 1938 that better times a capital perpetual stock of limit$100000 of indebt-; existence -j: 1852 John Bach McMaater.; ((Till 8 p. m.. Sunday) I]I in audience. I 1'IIa.. f.HIM-R., M.....r
; noted Univ.. of Pennsylvania' : '' Key W'est.anj. Vicinity: Fair I I I I A human "om.-lIk. .1."lltnt\on\
SPECIAL NOTICE will almve. edness.' $500.060.; The propertiesare !> p'o'I''I' i I where von will find ,... isdis ideal
fessor of American history tonight; probably" ]local thnnder-. ,i romfarl sad .......1._... a analter
Alt << notices Officers !I .
readliiff cards of thanks, resolutions of Among others, Kenxal Ataturk, the located in Monroe county 1896-Pioneer showing; of moving e' great Importanr
"
respect.. obituary) notices; eke, will ba charged for at and directors of the company in New York. May 24, 1932. pictrres' in Union Square Theater
tbe rate. of It cents a line. Turkish Dictator, thinks that the present I are P. L. Wilson, present l! ; I | New York City. I 1 A steel tlrrfrm., ........,... leraleaI
Notices! for ..ntertaln'meat.bi churches from which danger comes from insincere leaders and C. K. Wilson vice president; H. 1858-George I{: !. the heart of lb. mr
a revenue Citizen la to.be derived are t cents a line. urges that the "masses make their own II. Taylor, secretary and treasurer. ,thals, soldier, engineer, adminii-I I 1 EverT: ; Room with mbfnation Tub
The open forum and Invites discussion
an and Shower Kalh, KlertrutirilinK
Radio
trator builder of the. Panama I J 1901: -Completion of Britain'si
of public lBnra and subjects local'or. general decisions and place the responsibility of i ( : Fan Slat lt.M.r for Summer.Ventilation
interest but It will not publish .non7mou. communication Canal, born in New York. Hied i iI {i Dictionary of National] Biography" Comfortable heals withMattrmiws
*. leadership in the hands of conscientious The formal] contract for the first, there, Jan. 21, 1928. i celebrated in London o' burr Spring IonJKtrartton '-
I and Individual n.a4.
persons of high character and morals" official l survey an1 plat of the Island it. ,Ing Lamps.
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City and the entire. island! .SCSSSSeeeeef C0 SSeea'eeITodaY's ty IIATr
without delay. 1918!) -U. R. troops of Sanitary
IMPROVEMENTS KEY will be submitted to the city council i III.c'
WEST : \ MustaphaKemal\ as he is better at regular meeting Horoscope i i Corps arrive In Italy. 7S! ll**.>*. Prlvatr Balk _... .. .:....
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN an adjourned ....... ..I.**......... -- .K. n_.. Private Haiti ... :3JU:
for .i I _.. .... ... ...
known, has something of a military record tonight The proposal] the Thundershower. 4. H Prlvat Hath
work is being made the Florida" Today extremely f oreeI I 24 !<_.>.. Private hark ... a..**
by gives; an 192R'ohn it Mean and Capt.B. .
himself, and has undoubtedly accomplished I lowers Sunday gentle variable I. "....Ir Hm._.. Private Bath 4.wI
.Associated' : Engineers l. Inc. of Or-I ful nature. P-o cress is likely to' ; Collyer left New York for ,
1. Water and Sewerage. ALIGHT \CRKAKK FOR nolBLD::
i great reforms in Turkey. He knows lando. Fla., and was tentatively''be njade by sheer force of' ninds. steamship-airplane; ] race around utrAJ\CY
2: Bridges to complete Road to Mainland what he talking about and gauges the submitted nt a meeting last week. strength, without any consideration Florida: Generally fair tonight; .
< $19,600. This was decided on by There are jood powers! of application Jacksonville to Florida Straits: I' -
, 3. Free Pots. who assert, that "another war is impos the company. The original] bid was; and expedients will be Moderate east winds; weather

4. Hotels and Apartments. sible." for $21,250. i 1 plenty when nee ed. The danger partly overcast tonight and Sun 1
Miss j of this nature is in its becoming; We will be pleased to have you consult us about
Evangline Booth believes that day.East
5. Bathing) Pavilion. Yesterday aTtemoon about 2 tyrannous.j Gulf: Moderate eat: winds.!
"there is too much good in brain and heartin o'clock the Steamship Eskjoe, how you can
6. Airports Land and Sea
high places of the world to make sighted the Schooner Fannie Fay j have been elaborately entertained WEATHER CONDITIONS ;
7. Consolidation. of County and City I duringtheir visit of two Weeks as
and
of Bostonwaterlogged capsized !
I another war possible. We would like to
Governments. !!! northwest!!! of Tortugas The i guests of scouts in Key West.! Pressure! continues moderately:
believe that she is an accurate reporter captain and crew of the vessel high throughout the country from Build Buy or
:but in view of the.realities now existing in were taken on the steamer and reported r Torch Key. which was recently the Mississippi! Va'Ier, eastward: ,

.. the international situation the advice given 'the accident to the,proper I purchased by .Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hatteras: N..C., Charleston S. C. Refinance Your Homeor
THE:. KEY WEST CITIZEN authorities in Key West The coastguard Kassenbaum! of Kansas City, will and! Detroit Mich:, 30.12 inches
by the Turkish leader is more I *
practical office sent out Patrol Boat fce a' icene of great activity at an and has fallen over the Plains
arld'might do the world much good. if it is 298 to meet the fckjoe and'bring I early date as the wiLL always] 'seek the truth and print it followed. the captain and crew of the I start developments on a major
without fear and without.' favor; never be schooner to Key West. 'The Cutter 1! scale on the key. Torch Key lies KEY NESTCOLONIAL repair of modernize any type) of
Saukee will be cent! to locate the between Pine and Ramrod Keys HOTELIn building insured credit
on
afraid tu attack wrong or to applaud right:; JAPAN HONORS A DOG Fannie Fay. and contains approximately 650 .

always fight for progress; never be the organ acres. II the Center! of the Business

or' the mouthpiece of.any person clique' Perhaps the' most unusual tribute C. Hughes,. a real estate'dealer1 l : ----. j, and Theater District)
of Los Angelesmved] in Key Monroe County High School] is The F First National Bank of Key West
faction or class; always do its utmost'for the ever paid' to a dog was that accorded one West last night on the Steamship on' the listof accredited state in-, Firat Clii.l-Firpreef- :

% public welfare:; never tolerate corruption or' which recently died in Tokyo, Japan, and Henry R. Mallory, from Galveston ] -, rtitutlons of learning in' Florida. $..iibl.t Rates': i
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; was buried with rites participated in by and is spending! the day in i The Convent of Mary Immaculate] I Approved Mortgage Under the
Key West. lie is on his way to is also lifted the accredited COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
commend good done by individual or organ. 16 Buddhist priests. The animal l had become Tampa to open a realty Senior A schools among under private
I ration; tolerant of others' rights, views and a sort of national hero because of his Many of the big real] estate orrJee.j management.! ,These are the only '. Carat Elevator FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION

opinions; print only news that will elevate] faithfulness to' his dead master. I tors who have rut on some i iIi two schools in Monroe county that i I I Popular Prices __ .
best subdivisions i in California are ] I ,
rank with other schools the
and riot contaminate the reader; never com- Hachiko, the dog, belonged to a' Dr. coming to Florida this year to]I state now on the accredited in list j 11,I I ________ __' _
promise with principle.: / Hidesaburo Ueno, and used to accompanyhis Ii operate in this state. 1 I ... ,. -. ._ -, -
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master to the station when he went to The boy scout: troops from:': Shnners have'reServed of Mahi Temple]Pullman of Mi-! f....................,.................................. ..............
work in the mornings, and met him' in the Clearwater] and' St .Petersburg. !.aml 16 e
We always hate to'hear a woman say, who went to Havana, Monday I cars to bring the party of Shrin- C e
evenings when he came home. Eleven |I era to Key West oh July 4 for the e ,
"she's a good woman, but-t' morning the U. S. S. Bayspnng.
on
Dr. Ueno died. But day |I I I treat ceremonial] to beheld in Key I
years ago every
will return on, the vessel! ] '
Hachiko went to the station morning and day and continue their West on that date. i Why Wait Until The
Most adults forget that boys and girls evening to meet his master. journey... on the vessel.. wedhes-I I : :
look at things with juvenile minds. and members of the Subscribe to The Citizen. I
The dog became famed throughout
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Japan as an example of devotion. School .. : ..'-. '- -
e Every week brings us much that is books told his story; he appeared on the
new and much that is about the S ine.
screen; and last, year a bronze statue'of
him was erected outside the station wherehe r HURIICANEt

Going to church may not be your kept his lonely vigil for so long. f

habit but it would be a good habit to have. When Hachiko became ill recently,

the efforts of five veterinary surgeons : Season: Is Here To Build Those ? t
unavailing and he died of heart -- '.
Every man to' his trade. Let Father were <>

Coughlin', enunciate the gospel, and Huey O'O"f. .
disease.His $$1 .Stornf'ShuttersSee
Long, spout, politics. master's widow attended his .. ) ... : +H .....:...; _, _.. '. : Sr4

f (funeral, and 25 wreaths, 200 bunches of \ :. !

Reading a good book a week is a flowers and innumerable telegrams and I l '

splendid way in which to learn something letters of condolence testified to the placehe OurSTRUCTO isi"

that your associates do not know. held in the nation's heart. Now Hachikolies : .. I ..

in a' little grave at the side of his mas- OffER 'f :
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Any advertising expert .can .tell ,a ter.

merchant why he ought to spend m.ore 'I"E' t BOARD|f
TEN: MILES FROM BROADWAY
money for advertising and probably be

telling him the truth. I : : :1.I j '

II If a recent newspaper correspondentis XTJE'N'D'E.D I i -

A young lady told us the other day to be believed, one of the most primitive HOLDS I *ak AU e 1 THIS JTpo.t I It Is Ideal For Storm Shutters \ \ .

that she.kissed two young men to discover i settlements in America is only 10' miles 2 piss,CMCM can.V i 3 Ib.cut bucur fmc

that:, there was "nothing to it." This is a'l'', away, from Broadway. It is on what is j..c.t boitU. I CKM boed.. .cu.2 Ib....... and Awnings jj jjWe'
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b. 5 lb out 1 bead
Until lit can !
serious indictment of the young men known as Sour Island in the Hackensack July you. :enact 1 bit ettc..berplliee ;

Key \Vest. Now, when we were (deleted -I I Meadows New Jersey. a GENERAL ELEC- 2 U* KMMKM 2 t:p: Irait 1 baofhrrltrr 2uw :

by censor.) This settlement, it is said, consists: of TRIC REFRIGERATOR. Intics:aJ.i'::. : .

i: 32 families who have up to the present your home for a down pay- 2 quick 2 lice 1 laf"o..r nWMCT,tot turf bouto CO.Ill i also have cypress. ceiling, l lath, hangers---in

Gladstone may not have been a competent I time lived without schools, churches tele- ment of-only $1.00. i.F
judge but he described the American phone, movies, 'running water, sidewalksor : fact anything you may need to :!ii

Constitution as the greatest work of' any modern conveniences. Tnu refrigerator hat the famous sealedin

its kind ever produced by man. That statement All the inhabitants know of New York mechanism? and the five yeaV protwi- i protect you and yours :

should get those ,to thinking with regard City, only 10' miles away; is the nightly the plan i U>t included in the Initial'' price; : .. .

the Constitution lightly. j glare of the electric lights in the sky. Once .. ., '

f I:'in' a while some of them visit the nearby .. ;. '

The writer may snap at the i heels! of I village of Secaucus to make a' few pur- Monthly Payments : ,

the great to gain recognition in criticising j i chases but otherwise they are as remote .: "Ybu/.hdrrfe'f ti woYthy of the bestIi "

Father Coughlin and' he' may also know,t from civilization as if they lived on an i ii is- $200 with your light llTheKeyWestEkdricCpaiy I

little l of the sanctity of canon Taw, but he i I land' in. the South Seas. II I Sdtt& Ffonia Coflfractmg & Engineering Co. ||

believes the eminent churchman should J I' Possibly they are as happy as., the I .

eschew politics, devote his talents to his I average New Yorker at that. i [ PkneSSS White and Eliza Streets l\\

avowed"vocation, and render' unto' Caesar 11 l! iI ..
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the things that are Caesar's and to G'odthe The man who makes.use of his spare I : .. .. .... ....... .. ... ...
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things_that are'God's.",. .' l.[ time usually! finds that he has lots of it., I :I.lI'III.lII'.Ias.ar.rvsa

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ffvOPSiaJtiton: rcliMrfHi / S LJ:1JjflStGIANTS" I, do net receive your
if .
-?' t .*.: to.Main. fifte...Jmetes.tkat She put these on th* shea and : : FLEMING STREET METHODIST LET MEMORIAE M. E.; paper by 6tI5 o'clock ia the
/>apai..Seiner*....". to wiarrtfing filled,th*,hatbox: np. She changed CHURCHCor. afteraooa
call telephoao 51
CHURCH SOtTl'WRev.
L' k /flthet tomorrow. to ."'atfrnt-" quickly into the' I
f.*.....emd cal k.r_lover,torvBrtctar C.. grey suit added a aDd wiU' bo
./ tkI Xra Uh.MId .n grey felt bat and UttW marten fur. Fleming and William Street L. M. Sniith Pastor I a paper seat to

& iA Rbt pla. M SBM taeir her ... _. .. '
ftOMymooB />a *s' *. .v cow- stoniest pair of gloves and thick -" ---" :..o __ :.t' Shuler Peele Pastor Cor. Georgia and Division Sts.. your It..... A conplalat boy

ti..4 Jrfrd, (Mi 4tUo ifa' dark shots' ret, It was already past Church school. meets at 9:45a. : Church school at 9:45 U on duty at thi* office from
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:
KM. c.**.- ..4 .*. *as pO.. threes when shudockedths] a. m., ,
n..4' 4IUOM' '* mind palaaf (*, door: m. William N. Knowles. sup.ermtendent. .I with' Ed. R. Curry superinten.ident. 6.15 to 7:15 p. m. for the
win H*. mloMl lie ker onlyri.a4' quietly and stole very softly down The Wesley Fellow-: ..

-Gy Lii.i4ep. the thick maroon carpet of the passage LA JE' i i LEAGUE STANDINGS f BDSV BEES DOWN ship Bible Class meets in the pas I Morning worship at 11 o'clock. pnrpos of deliveries; eom-

to the stairs. tor's study. The pastor is the Junior Epworth League meetsat plalats. Help a* give you 10O

Chapter 88 What noise each step seemed to RALLY t teacher. 4:00 p. m. Mrs. V. A. Archer percent service by calinf 51'

BURNED LfiTTER make at night! She did not dare to DOWNS i AMERICAN LEAGUE LOPEZ LAYERS' Morning worship at 11 o'clock. in charge. If you do not receive The Citl-
turn a light 0-4 but found th. front Club-- W. L. ?>ct -
Sermon the "There
Pit''wla by pastor: Intermediate Epworth League .
tbe'door;-Robert door and felt for the chain Th.latch'uviunder DOMER; NINE New York ._.39 23 .629 Was Ai Garden." meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J. sea

lied"* opened It for her.' Allaon' her hand and.a rash'or Cleveland .----.._.._ 35 25 ..5g3Detroit DlAMONDBALL GAME: LASTNIGHT Intermediate Epworth League Pierce in charge. .S.e e.S S S S S S a..5 5 55.....
cold air nipped her ah .
tal d1i i rinsl aa got the '
paraiyzetf by anock.thenr door The looked 1 j_.:_._ _. 36 28 .563 meets at 3.30 p. m. Mis Venda- Young People's Department
open. dark
square
ftit \ YVIEW'PARk LEGALS
go-out'together and a'nd unfamiliar .. AT BA line Watkins superintendent. meets at 7:00,p. m. Miss Norma.
at this hour with CINCINNATI REDS WALLOP Chicago 'm..... --_ 31 26 .544
heard Daphne; id'the' halt.' i Young 'People's League meetsat Yates president.Evening ;
murmur nothing moTlng and the lamps dim Boston ...____..._, 30 32 ..484e RESULTED IN' 2-1 SCORE 'I IN TUB rraniT roter i* AND
? Felton
7 Miss
"My dear. thafa in ST. LOUIS CARDINALS; INDIANS p. m. Mary worship service at 8:00: '
It!
HI speak to a rising tog: ; Washington ...__ 28 34" .452 FOR. MONROE rO1 >TI. IX
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sident. .
I Ii .ORI1)
o'clock. % I\ CIUNCFRl.JOHN
pr
Doctor Mortimer for yon and I know VIctoria--St! Paneras?She had so TRIUMPH' OVER CHI- Philadelphia 25 23 .431 I, I Evening worship service at 8 00 Prayer and service each I JOSPP1I Rn.Y.Plaintiff..
praise
a wonderful maid. little money that'.he chose_Victoria St Lou* .,.. 41 .305 i (By JOVE) .
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although It' was near CACO WHITE SOX ==':8 I o'clock.: Sermon by the pastor: Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 1 v... BI1... HH imnttrRMNPA
Allaon did not more but the found near forsIreljTjijhitbox, almost..elghe4'beaTUy too ,:_ '. J I One. of the best played dia- "Taking Jesus Into Our Homes."I Ir !| Young people's choir practice I II I RILEY.. Defendant

her knee abasing.! l her hands trem- on her arm and ah. NATIONAL LEAGUE mondball games of there was; Mid-week prayer and Bible each Thursday at 7 p. m. Hiss ORPFR FOR rLBUl"TIOV

bUi.1f! sW naff fever.' afraid that some policeman. noticing was (!....el.l !.' The Cltlxra.) Club' W. L. Pct.I the one, played last night between:]I: study. Wednesday at 8 p_ m_ I j i I I Alice Jenka, pianiet I I It appearing to the bill br filed affidavit in appended the-

N d' matUr i wH&V happened1 now, her. might atop1 her to ask wbat she NEW YORK. June 29.-The I New York! .....__ 42 17 .712 the Busy Beee and Lopez ten. : Choir rehea Wednesday. immediately -!), Church choir practice each Mated cause. that MANTiA

her, father would! Deter again bellevr was doing'at' that hour carrying a Indiana Pittsburgh; ,.-........... 38 28 .576 1 They played' like Trojans until the' following the mid-week day at 8 p. m. Mrs. J. .. I the defendant therein
took'advantig of te"jinx" a non-remdent of the
her! She" 1 bag. service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts di- Adams, pianist. Fri.j
would be1 carted off. that hat silent i ISt Louis _......_ 36 27 ..571'Chicago last inning.. It was a pitching' I..v. of Florida. and that her renl-
helpless, to Spain with aoma grim' She .ent Into the station It pursued r@ctor.i i* unknown and that there
; waa .........._..._ 34 27 .557 i I
maid chosen b/ Daphne to support: empty but there was a Johrt Whitehead, Chicago rookie i dual from start to finish, and CONGREGATIONAL. person in the State of Flor-
the" waiting room Erooklyn.: .... .. ...._ 28 32 .467 j I Ida. the service of a summons In
hideous) preterice thl1t'abe waavictim with many people anting bait flinger ever since his string of -- I Gates for the Lopez boys allowed : FIRST METHODIST CHURCHCorner t'r I I Chanrrry upon whom would bind
527 William
I ._. ._ 36' Street
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hyaterla nerves' Cincinnati 27 such defendant, and that she 'Is overthe
of and m' -
; asleep along Us shiny benches. She straightr but five ,clean hits and three 1 --- I II
eight victories was Philadelphia .. ._, 24 37 .393 I ; E. Richard Evans Pastor age of twenty-one years.IT .
She; stared at,the fireplace) Blank chose to wait tn the third as being --- Simonton and Eaton IS THFRKFORF. ORDKRFP
ly. wonderlnr If she were so ranway lesa likely'! to contain anyone she [snapped and batted'out" a .6 to 5 Boston,-.u *............ 19 44 .302 I scratch .hit% while Ward'altowed I II I John B. Culpepj,,Jr., St"'l Sunday school 9:45 a. m. I I that Hid non-resident defendanthe.
''four Morning worship at 11 o'clock. and she i. hereby, required to
the White hits two of the scratch
tonight escape whether, she knew. It was half an' l hour' before victory over Sox in the va Church" Sunday school opens appear to the bill of complaint filedIn

would bv safe. Would they cbaae the bustle of a train arriving released opener of their series. LOSES. MUSTACHE. ,riety. 10:00 a. m., under leadership of' Christian Endeavor, 6:45'p. said coau.... on or before Monday.
I
her. catch her. bring her back; even her from an uncomfortable Paced by Handy Hank Green .. The Lop r ten'scored 'the fiht Gerald Saunders general super. Evening worship. 8 m'l. the wise 5th the day allegation of August of, IU mid,,; othvr-bill

shut' her up.. pertiaps.! ; in some vIgil between a fat old man and a SCHENECTADY. N.'Y.-"What runm the sixth inning. In the intendent. Each department meets Wednesday evening at 8: will be taken a* confessed by raid,

ghastly nurs'tnr homer brightly_painted, too-friendly i berg, who lammed out three tioinerUllJI null I do*for a soup strainer" seventh frame: the Bees knotted in its own assembly room. o'clock midweek service.. defendant

The'whole"familiar room seemed Frenchwoman. to send his mark for the season -i Anthon/.Schmorowaki asked police ,the. count. Morning worship at 10:45 this IT order IS FCRTHFR be published ORDERED once a week thar

to have: grown cold and horrible, un! i Bag In hand.. Alison made! her way to 23, atop both' major league : in this city. He reported that In 'the ninth: with two, outs, A. o'clock. Sermon by the pastor: SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH for four (4) con*.eutlve weeks In-
she towards the while he slept in a grill somebody Acevedo singled through short, The Key West Citizen a newspaper
friendly. aa stared down Into I Incoming ,train mingling circuits the Detroit Tigers took ."God First. published In said County and Htate
the Ore. with'Its passengers, and with both I snipped off .his mustache.LEGALS went'to second on a wild pitch. Epworth League meeting at Corner Duval and Eaton Streets I This ZSth day of June ms
halves
of doubleheader
a from SundaysSlotfling (SEAL) ROSS C. SAWYER,
Suddenly : them she went Into the hotel and srored'when P. Carbonell
sod caught 7:00 Miss Vanessa Collins
stooped. upa [ the St. Louis: Browns, 10 to 1 and : p. m. : Prayer 6:45: a. In. Clerk of Circuit Court.
?scrap cf torn: paper.Charrid' "A single room please; a cheap I beat a hit to short. Evening worship service at 8 By FLORENCE E. SAWYER
1to2. .. The leaders at bat'4ere t. C Lunii Mass (Communions), 7 a. m. Deputy Clerk
,
> at one corner where It one. The clerk behind the booking:" I o'clock. The subject selected by I I J. R
FTJUIERTT
bad been' lying4 on the Iron ban. It desk barely looked up; young women" The Dodgers started after the NOTICE OF .MISTFR'S SALE I II who hit a single in',his only time the pastor for h.s evening mes- Mass for the Church School Solicitor for Plaintiff

burned, her-bnt.ehe did not know it: I 'with band'Juuar are not'uncommon league-leading Giants in a way Not Is'hereby; : ; -gIven'that' under! at bat. In the field Ingratiam cage is: "Wages." 9:30 a. m. i JunZ'. J'.n.o.n
starred Mass of Thanksgiving 11 m I
For ibe'ws.s staring at the words In railway hotel at night and by virtue of .a certaIn order; Kerr and Albury for the Mid-week and praise a. .
I iciuledlia cle 'D. Arm': hand cut Number S17." he said briskly. that aroused memories of last sea i I and decree of foreclosure and sale, Lopez ten, and Griffin M. Acevelo! service on Wednesday prayer at 8 00 p. Evensong Prayer, Sermon. '!other Bible Class and regardlessof
ahorf I !son's finish when they proved'they: made.and entered on the Stat day Benediction S p. m. den mniati ns are invited to
: by the diagonal. tearing of the -1 atl1 doTea1 > ; I I of May A. P 1SJ5. In and by the and Goehring played a great game :
sheet were still in the league by knocking Circuit Court of the Twentieth Jndieial I-I for the Bakers. Five double plays m.Choir rehearsal on Friday eve Week Day attend.
,1 mlnntes later. AUld f lay I Circuit of the State of Florida Morning Prayer 6:45 a. m. NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH
made in the .
1 '
-f yon:know1, tsoand: be curled np tn a strange bed tryingto the New York* club out of the i in and for Monroe County, In Chancery were game. ning at 7.45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph!
low "- t'tit)- aIwewith' therein pending.I Score by innings: R. H. E. Mass 7 a. m. -
I at the realise that she in a cause organist Gerald Saunders -
bad run pennant But after a prolonged Sawyer, ; (Colored
bbttthn- thr bold signature "GuyLtt away Wherein Eleanor Aymar Allison a Lopez __ 000 001 000-1 4 3 Evening Prayer 5 30 p. m. )

; e'ndlng flr burned dark brown from home. 10-inning struggle the leaders I Realty widow. Company Is plaintiff a corporation and. Burbank or. Busy Bees 000 000 101-2 8 3 choir director. A second Mass on Wednesdays" !, M". A.- T. MeCaskSll. Pastor
I K. Moreno
Stewvd'MrL
edge' 'IlAS the finally came out ahead. 11 to T. Kanlsed and existing under the Batteries:' Gates and Ingraham; 9am. Recording
DU ; telephone book With Paul laws i of the State of Florida and I -1. Acevedo. GOSPEL HALL 3[. A. Moreno. Secretary
Derringer effectne / Ward and
A'letter to herself; (
from GuyX' gar her the number and street; C.ato Real Estate &, Improvement ,- Sunday school 9:30
She had a awlft rialon of Daphne1 when effectiveness was needed, the Company. a corporation organIzed CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: SOCIETY : a. m.
but when she found It. she got' a Cincinnati Rela ; and existing under the laws of the .............._........ 720 Southard Street Sunday service, 11 a. m.
standing by'the- oak cheat In thE triumphed over the
alight shock. Such
halt So that was what she had been little back street a squalid with ragged winding St. Louis Cardinals 4 to 2. State of Florida of llert are of tax defendants.foreclosuKe sale Cl-ASSIFIED: II' There will be special meetings 327 Elizabeth Street Evening worship, 7 o'clock.

doing there! That was why she had white-faced children playing! on the Dolph Camilli drove out his fifteenth i tificates ,the undersigned c.r-j :'for the next few-weeks. The speak. Sundays school 9 30 a. m.

stood ,with aklrta outspread beforeth homer of : Master In Chancery will offer er, August Van Ryn will pi each Sunday morning service at 11
the with
pavements,uncleared of refuse from season sale and wilt sell at public outcry BETHEL A. M. J!. CHURCH1
it'Tflrt! the day before! Johnny Moore on base to breakup I for cash In hand, to the highest COLUMN ,Tuesday Thursday and Sunday o'clock.

A, red blaze of anger swallowed Even her old grey suit seemed* too a 10-innmg game and gave the the and best bidder Court.at the House front of door Monroe of. i nights beginning at 8 o'clock. Wednesday evening service at (Colored)
County
iAdvertisement
.I'S ri.S'......1I1..fI. *.;.
Alison fear. She dropped on her smart for this street' an Insult to Phillies a 4-2 victory over the Boston County. .Florida. In the Cityof I Subject for Sunday evening will 8 o'clock. Corner Division and Thomas Sta.

knell on' the hearthrug, gathering the draggled women who stood eyeIng Braves. Itey West. Florida, during the **uafleF pjf;nead 1 be: "The Great White Throne Reading room In Society build H. R. Hill, pastor;
legal.hours ot sale on Monday the I
up all the charred bits 'ah* could her In doorways. She felt almost Wee Roy Henshaw, the Cubs' tat day of July. A. D. 193S. the following will be inserted in The Citiieif( at ,Judgment." ing open Tuesdays and Fridays Sunday school 9.30 a. m.

find:'.not more than halt a dozen glad when she reached the end door diminutive left-hander came with. described I land, situate, lying 1 the rate ?f ,Ic a word for each"intertton I Subjects for the week following .I fro-u 3 to 5 o'clock. IVeaching, 11 a. m.

little pieces and two' of those al with the red sign above It and Surgery : in a hair's breadth of pitching Stat and being of I Florida.in the County to-wit: of Monroe. but,the_ 1I1! mum for the i are from Hebrews I 22-24, Junior A. C. E. League meet

molt'burtltl written In whit tiiimelf into baseball's hall of fameas Lot Nine (5)!I of Block FiveS I I first Insertion in evr-r instance II the: "Present Blessings! ; of The Be CA CATHOLIC CHURCH at 6'3d! p. m.

She heard the front door abut aa Once there she had Imagined aha he set down the Pittsburgh Pirates ( ) of Martello Towers the a subdivision 25e. i liever." Senior A. C. E. League meets
plat
she stood up. Her father was at the would see Guy at once: but the door with one disputed hit anil thereof recorded according in to Flat Book I Payment for: .classified .'dyer.i St. Mary's Star of the Sea at6:15p.mn. .

door when Alison pushed past him. stood open and the room Inside bare shut them out 8 to O. One (1). at Page 140. In theoffice. i tis menta. is invariably: in advance, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm. Reagan S. J., Evening service 8 p. m.

both bands guarding those small but ,for. wooden- benches round the The summaries. cuit Court of the Clerk Monroe of the County Cir I but regular advertisers with' ledger in charge .Weekly Services

fragments of a'letter She heard' him walls was crowded. Tnere waa no NATIONAL LEAGUE Florida. accounts may have their advertisements Eaton Street Between Uuval and Order of services for thi Tuesday, 7:30 p. nu, Class.'
call after her and paid no heed asa sitting! space left and the people and cftargea. church:
At Boston R. II. E. Lot .Ten .(10) of Block Five I Simonton Streets Friday. 7:30 p. m. choir re
ahe fled up the stairs gained her who were standing looked as though Advertisers ib 'ui give their Sunday morning Masses will be
Philadelphia .,__.4 11 1 (I) of Martello Towers a subdivision James S. Day Pastor )hean L
own room and locked the door.THEY they had been waiting for some time: according to the plat street address ar well as their telephone 9.45 said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock.
j Boston _.._..., ,..21O 0 thereof recorded in Plat Book I Bible School at a. m.
A bare grey room. full of people number if they desire o'clock.
results. Week-day Mass at 7
Batteries: Wrte-s, Johnson and ono (1). at Page 140 in the Captain O. T. Pogue. luperinten-.
would not fit whoa poverty was real and who Wilson Frankhouse Smith and office of the Clerk of the Circuit I dent. Evening service at 7.30: o'clock SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
*' word there a tiny bit took It as part of the day'a work.: ; Court.. Monroe County 1 With each .classified advertisement Sundays and FridaysPENTECOSIAL CHURCH
Hogan.At Florida. Rev. C. A. Cox supply pastor.
of sentence Alison who had never these Th.-Citfzm'
a clear. tantalising her seen Paled June I. 1531.WILLIAM. Kin free an will preach both morning and evening
by hinting at the uncompleted thingsremembered Guy sitting tn V. ALBURY. Autostrop Razor Outfit Ask for MISSION (Colored)
mt'au-j services at this church duringthe .
Ing the little restaurant In Soho and Brooklyn R. H. E.: Special Master In Chancery'it : -
NewYork 11... 11 tWo CURRY HARRIS. absence from the city of Rev. Southard Street Between Thomas
She bad pushed aside her brushesand saying. "They don't want any fairy Solicitor for Plaintiff. 909 Olivia Street and Emma Streets
.
little- pota. ha* spread the godmother stuff. They want understanding '- Brooklyn -'- 7 10 3 junl-8-lS-22-2 LOST Day.Morning
Pastor William Perkin Pastor
11 o'clock Wm. Skondeen }
Batteries Parmelee I worship't
burned paper out on the glass top sympathy.And that means : Stout.
of her table!, trying each bit to each experience." Smith and Manucso,. Danning; i\. C")1i"'nT roi lir. STAT : OF LOST-Box containing ladies Subject; "The Final Judgment." Sunday morning worship 11 G. Williams Missionary Leader

alone tries to at a Jigsaw pniile. She had thought Mm I brutally' frank Clark, Vance1, Bongo and Lopez 'i: CIAL FLORIDA.CIKCCIT.TWrVTlFTH MOAROH COIXT jrDI.- white dress! and patterns from The Baptist Training Union o'clock. Sabbath School (Saturday.), 10
3:30
school all o'clock.
then but ahe that he I I '. ... meets at 7 o'clocV. Sunday for p.
but they would not make sense. now laW was \ I\ CHANCERY j automobile between Pepe'g Coffee '

Guy had written to her'; had left right! -What had abe got to give to At Cincinnati R. H. E. [Et-GENE H. SINGLP.T :-t. Shop and old Hotel Jefferson. Evening worship at 8 o'clock. m. Church services 11 o'clock in

the letter probably. sine he had these tired or busy people? She felt St. Louis _,__-_. 280 I I'i YL Complainant. ; ., Subject: "Laborers Together With Sunday night evangelistic service the morning.
Finder will! be rewardedby
not had time to reach her by post; rather humble as she chose a far Cincinnati .._,._. .4 10 0 :6ENEJEVE L... SIVGLETON. t> to Frank God." 7:15 o'clock. Y. P. M. V. S. meeting, K.30

that was'all that she knew when abe corner, well behind the crowd, to' Batteries: Haines Hallahan and ;I! ORDER.OP PUBLICATION Pefendant. i Johnson's returning same Colonial All other regular services will Tuesday 7:15 p. m., prayer and o'clock p. m.
.
sat back at last baffled.'Twice during stand and wilt Delancf'Y'-; Demn!rer and Lombar- : It appearing by the sworn bill I Hotel' Buildingjun29.tt aiaar be earned on during the week. praise service. Prayer meeting every: Wednesday

that long session aba bad heard She was so Intent on the crowd du filNt.ln the ab "e- rale.d cause that Friday 7:15 p. m-, fellowship night at 7:30 p. m.

her father'a knock and had listened that she did not hear the door open."Coma GENEVIEVE SINGLETOV., the meeting.
defendant therein named is a nonresident FORRENIBICYCLESWE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
t'o.him again on Friday. Who's Saturday 2.30 p. m., boys' andgirls" SAINT PETER'S CHURCH
pleading with her to open At Chicago) R. II. E. of the State of Florida. CHURCHJ

th. door. She had answered care- nut r ._, __r'O, and .her residence Is unknown and church. -
Pittsburgh ?_ 1 0 ; that she is over the age of twenty- RENT by the Colored '
'tul., Sha)looked,up and.net h'yes.He f ( )
..reasonably sanely. "I don'twant Chicago ....' -.. .. ,8 12', 0 tone years It is therefore ordered C.Gekeler Pastor R.irY
-I' -.i. : Center
: ] Week.. Jlepalr THE SALVATION & Pettonla
three l' 'Day Street Between
Jo talk ) lt'doW1'nI; going to was across the room In Batteries that said nonresiderft defendant be Hour ? ; .or ... .. .f
Weaver Birkofer. M. Corner-of White and Washington
:
bed.PIe**4 leave1 me alone. strides. and .she Is hereby required to appear all makes and paint them with andxOlmaHaas : '
here You Brown and Padden;- Hensbaw and to the bill of complaint filed Nn-EnameL We full Streets W. Walker Officer W
Down Vernon
She had heard him go back at last You! got my in said cause on or before Monday carry a Captain 8 a. m.
to- ,his own roomi and now. looking t letter? Hartnett the (th day of August A. P 1521.otherwise supply of parts. Agent for the Sunday school meets at 10 a. in Charge Solemn Evensong and Benediction

out; the"could. see that his light-was "I want to talk to yon about It. the allegations of said Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles m. A,. C. Elgin aup rintenient. 1002 Fleming Street of the Most Blessed Sacrament -
bill will be taken confessed ;
oft, But I can wait" She Indicated the AMERICAN. LEAGUE ;said defendant as by And sell them as low as $5.00 The Adult Bible Class is taughtby Company ,meeting (Sunday 7 p. m.

Half,past two;. too late to steal roomful who were'watching the two Fir t Game Jt ,Is further ordered that this I down and $1.00 per week. We the pastor. school), 9:45 a, m. Church school, g a. m.
Of them with Interest and At St. Louis R. 11. E. ortler be published once each week Morning worship at 11 o'c'ock.:
sundry
( of used
down and rIng up Guy. By morning for four_ consecutive week. in The Buy and Sell all makes Holiness meeting 11 a. m Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. uu
,Daphne might bare the doctor waitIng half.hidden winks. Detroit .._._._._10 11 0 Key West Citizen a newspaper published Bicycles. Phone 276" J. R. Sermon topic "Hot Weather Religion Young People's Legion 6.30 Week-Day Services

natfe engaged a maid to spy on "Come In and wait In the backroom St Louis _.:_,_ 264.Batteries This In Hth said day County of June and I'i Stat* Stowers; >> company 515 Dnval ." p. m. Mass on Tuesday and Thurs

her. abe might be a prisoner! ;" he suggested. : Auter and Coch-: ROSS C. SAW, YKU. \street pr9PIANO' Evening worship ,at 8 o'clock. Evening service 8 o'clock. d'ayatTa.m.

Shot opened her evening bag and No. thanks rd rather stay her*" rane; Cain Hansen: Coffman and I IRemsle7. Cleric Circuit Court. Sermon: "The Purple Sin." Thisis Litany and Sermon on Wednesday

counted out her small store of That was all; he vanished again ALLAN Solicitor B. CLEARE.for Complainant.JR. TUNING- the second of the series on CHURCH OF GOD at 7.30 p. m.

changer nine ablllinga In cash. But accompanied by his next patient lanli-22-2: jalt-1 "Prismatic Sins" in which sins of Confessions: After the Wednesday .

sa. had Jewelry enough perhaps But shiwas very leg-weary before Second Game PIANO TUNER, LaUreano Mo the following colors will be discussed 1106 Olivia Street '

to keep her until abe found work. the last of the patients had cone In At. St. Louis R. n. E. 'IV'TWENTiETH THE CTRrCIT JCDICIAU COURT CItUTIT OF THE: I reno. Excellent piano for sale : Green Purple Red, White Morning service at 11 o'clock. evening service.

Best',to'go at once. tonight. fo an and out again before twelve o'clock Detroit 7 11 0 OF THE STATE OK FLORID*. cheap. 1018 Division street and Black. Sunday school 3:30 p. m. .
hotel where her would In- struck and her own turn cam*. 264 IV AND FOR MONROE COt>T\. 7:15
j jnn24-lmo will
luggage St.Louis- _' HARRIET F. FREEMAN.I Mr. and Mrs. Atwood Sands Sunday night service,
fur her baring time to se'l what "Hare yon a ear outsider*. He Batteries: Sorrell .. and f Hay- i Plaintiff.CtARENCR .sing' Fanny Cro bys hymn; o'clock. ,

ahe possessed. was standing by a desk very businesslike worth: Van Atta Walkup andHemsley. I vs. B. ROOMS "Though Your Sins Be As Scarlet Evangelistic service Wednesday I
whit overall I i FREEMAN.Defendant..
tn a and a
Her own suitcase was upstairs ." 7:15 p. m. RUSSELL'SCIGAR
stored In the attic; she dared notget pair of horn rimmed glass**. ORDER OF PUBLICATION "THE MUNRO- Rooms Z.Od.. Mid-week Bible Study, Wednesday Prayer and praise service Frf-
It. since that would mean tiptoeing -1'0.She laughed little shakily. : E. It appearing by the affidavit and! $2.50 and $3.00 week.
R. IT. per Teachers' meeting
Cleveland I I
."I haven't even got my far back to At the sworn bill filed in the above at 7:30 p. m. Please read day 7.30 p. m.
past her father's door and Victoria.ConrtgM. Chicago ._____. 5 10 1 entitled cause that Clarence B.Freeman f Double and Single. 128 N. E. Matthew 13:%4-30. 36-43. .
up the servanta'* stairs. She found ,_ Cleveland ._.. ... 690Batteries !! the defendant herein j 4th Street Miami FlaL .
--* named Is l
an old round hatbox which she had ( .Hit,Ir.Ty/ Jf.TrfctcftJ a non-resident the L
Jnne26lmoxWANTED STORE
r Whitehead. Wyatt mate of Florida: that his present METHODIST EPISCOPAL Latin MUsIo*
used to keep some private,treasured ;;;;; and I residence Is unknown to the plain I and
school mementos. a'u'y e nf**. fear for Anton, Sewell; Hildebrand, Harder tiff that plaintiff .has been unable CHURCH, SOUTH Services Sundays, Tuesdays

I Monday. Phillips. to ascertain the residence of said I Thursdays conducted by Rev.
-0-
._ -_. --- .j r defendant after diligent effort "EL SALVADOR" Charles E. Lazo.

ed..t.........S'Ioda3T's .......... [Princeton, famed economist,' born I Washington. Philadelphia. New That Freeman said is defendant.over the age Clarence of twenty-B. AJIa"TE3000 thoroughly enjoy Key themselves'West n on to Corner' Gnnnell and Virginia Sunday school. 9.38: a, m. Daily Baseball Returns

York and Boston not scheduled year Streets
Birthdays i at Scranton Pa,, 60 years ago. O-t U therefore Ordered that _IdnODn"ld..t Fourth of July. Apply during (Services in Spanish) SEVENTH DAY
defendant Clarence B.
v.... I GAMES TODAY If Freeman, be and he Is hereby required the: morning at South Beach. .. Sunday school 10 a. m.Preaehing VENTIST5'I I ByWirt
C S S S C S SS S S S S S.S S. I Pi Club. jnn26-dt
II to appear to the Bill of Complaint Kappa -.. 8 m. 1017 Fleming
Dr. William J. Mayo elder Of:I Prof William F. Ogburn of the I filed in said'cau. on or_before p. R. T. Sawyer Teacher -0-
5th of Mothers Club meets Monday,
Monday, the day August
the two celebrated brothel surgeons i Univ.. of Chicago sociologist. bo-n ,AMERICAN LEAGUE I A. P. 1 JS. otherwise. allegations WANTED chance to bid on -5p.m. Bible study Friday 7:30 p. m. COME IN AND GET THE

of the world-famous, : clinic1 I at' Ut1ei-. Ga.. 49 years ago Chicago at Cleveland! I confessed of said by said Bill will plaintiff be _taken as I your next printing order. The : Bible study and prayer service Sabbath service, 10:30 a. m. RESULTS OF THE

at Rochester, Minn., born at La I Detroit at St ton's.Washington It i* further Ordered that this I Artman I'read. ang7 'Wednesday, 8 p. m. MAJOR BASEBALL

Sufeuf, Mirtn., 74 years ago. j ,at New :York. Order be published once each week l SECOND SHEETS 800 for 50c. MIXED BIBLE CLASS LEAGUES
1:1:>r...Cnester; S. MeGown president Boston for live (:S I) .consecutive weeks in
at Philadelphia. I
The Artman Press. aug7 "LA TRINIDAD"Revs.
of the1) 'American Internation ,TB. JeJ'.est Citizen a newspaper> l
!I ? :published1 tn said County and State L. Oser and Montero. Sam B. Finder and W. P. MonU- -0-
U. S. Senator William E. Bt>rah ar College, Springfield Mass, NATIONAL LEAGUE E SEAL) ROSS C. SAWYER FOR SALE Pastors cine Teachers CIGARS. CIGARETTES,
of Idaho. torn' at born at Lawrence, Masi, 65 years r -- Clerlr Clrenlt Court
Fairfield 111. I Pittsburgh at Chicago.St By FLORENCE: E. SAWYER Duval and Angela Streets This class meets every Sunday' SOFT DRINKS,

70l years. ajb. ago: Louis ft Cincinnati! .I wni.iAJi R.: MALONE Deputy Clerk. PRINTING-Quality Printing at Sunday school 3 p. m. j.morning at the Harris School auditorium ETc...

f' .NeWYori? at" BroGkf :: Solicitor. for Plaintiff. the Lowest Prices. The Art- Service in Spanish. Friday at at 10 o'clock. Men and ::7'_, : .

Prof. Edwin Kemmerer of Subscribe to The ClUuft..i. I Philadelphia! at Boston. -" .*;--,. '. ',..27.'JiJ'S-n.o-n' man Press. amg7 'tSOp.m. women not connected with any








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TXGE- FOUR 4 THE!: KEY WEST CITIZEN SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1935.


................ .... .........5.55.555555555PEOPLE'S the sales force of this
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"'. .. ."...... "' "' '' I. I crowd kept
; ITS TRUE! By Whey Padan FORUM/ PEARLMAN'S SALE store active all this morning.


I' ;:-;: SOCIETY :-:; 1 The Stres1 11 11At 11I BETV KNITKD FURNESSLHA MOM THAN y .....FROM.....CAPT.......RIVAS........ OPENS YESTERDAYSummer have Several been real selected attractive for Monday values

so TIAS 4 DAfSSfSwT listed in the advertisement -
......e....3.....a......5.......... ............. I t vast n+o1'IALS selling and carried are in this issue
fR Editor, The! Citizen:
lIItol lctmtJlf Cany-Delgado I SALE ON DRESSESIn The article appearing in your Clearance Sale at Joe'I The items mentioned in this' ad
iow
order to make room for new $1r issue of The Citizen; of the 26th Pearlman's, Inc., opened yesterday are representative of just
Of Wedding I Nuptials TonightMiss low during this sale a:
prices are
Men- Y 0 NG
stock William
purchased by qcotes Mayor Malone as saying morning with a big response in sale of this kind it would be
t a
WS i dell while in New York. The Hub
Relatives and friends in Key Juanita Isabel Curry, Store will feature a special closeout 2ssaASdTOW4r sAOahws that I stopped an automobile and I from the local shoppers who J long I I impossible to I list all items.
West of the high contracting par of Mrs. B. seized liquor therefrom and failedto
daughter Mr. and A. on ladies dresses for Monday.I before the sale awaited the opening
have received invitations.tl'the Ht RAVED IN 4O STAGE arrest the driver of the car or I
lies Curry, of Peacun Lane, will tonight Special attention has been called MOOUCnOMN 4YEAK of the doors at 8:30 I
m.
-wedding of Miss Nellie EarlaWilheit : at 9 o'clock become the to a lot of new dresses which '' Ul+(TJTAU 4)OUOOO tt_' anybody else. I wish to state a.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,..U6NofBBSTg Yesterday,, a busy day from
have just been received and placed NOW INUIS<4eCMM.VIMMGM. $ for the benefit of the public thatI
bride of Angel Delgado, of Key -
Junius Earle Wilheit, of Augusta. on sale. 'a + the time the store opened until i I SaleToday
Arlherlson West. The ceremony will be per- I neither saw nor stopped any car Shoe
Ga-, and George Eddings r closing hour. An equally large
formed in St. Paul's Episcopal I
of Mr. and Mrs. George F. N? or any individual here the liquorin I
church with Rev. Arthur B. Dim- D. ARONOVITZD.
Archer, of Key Weet. question was found by me.
the wedding will be; solemnized! mick officiating. Aronovitz Department Store PALACELIONEL ( and Monday)
( Holt tfk r- The liquor was found on the
10 morning July l Miss Curry will have as her at- will feature a clearance Mondayon r Regular $2.95 and $3.50
o'clock1 Monday Mutt K lANAilVUPPtUyUMN edge of the sidewalk near the BARRYMOREin
Chapell tendants Miss Laurentina Torsno all Summer ready-to-wear.: A ) CAS '
8.'in St. Paul's Episcopal ( SHOES reduced to$1195--
the. maid of honor; Mrs. Glenwood special Monday item is a case of AIMeTIO'TDT lAlffxlWVS water on the road leading to 4
AugHtta, Ga. After July 20 WT THE west Cfwi Trumbo Island about three
home 1 Sweeting sister of the bride, figured Voiles, a lovely material at MARK OF THE VAMPIRE
bride and will be at fomiGHn ciivIIU
in the Colonial groom Court Apartment II matron of honor; Miss Georgina for Summer dresses:, to be placedat FROM TUf MUHIAVTDMJ > o'clock in the morning, all of Two Comedies Mickey Mouse I
? 1OW which I will be able to establish
Saunders, bridesmaid. Esther a special price for Monday. I
Miss Wilheit is a graduate of MlASI ivaNr spx. Hf ATTJNOK OOUJMXAUNrviisny. when the testimony is taken in the Matinee 10.15ci Nifbti 15:25cWe'll a pairEvery
Wil- Margaret Carry and Beverly Curry The entire I line of Summer .
of
and
William Mary College
shoes for and chil- trial of my case. i I SHOE in our windowto
will be flower girls, and Percy men women
Va., and at ore
liamaburg. was unfair have the this low price. All
It is to to
dren will be sold at close-out = me (5 at
Curry. Jr.. is to be ring bearer. l : ; .
time on the staff of the Augusta rte totstT fLtCri public believe that I stopped! an heel.--all .ixe -*ll widths.Ozfords
been Attending the groom as best prices. YOuuGS Sandals
Herald. Recently she has automobile and seized the liquor Pumps, Tie,
connected with the FERA.as a social man will be Robert E. Curry, therefrom in authority V and Ltaea..
?
worker. brother of the bride,. and FloydSpeneer'will MONDAY SALE officer.Respectfully excess. o my I MONDAY SPECIALS
as an
,JUr..: ,' Archer is' a native of Key i be groomsman. As usual, Holtsberg's Monday : u Q submitted, Closing out all Ladies' flats.regular .

West. He was graduated from Sale will be a sale of many specials NS' EVERETT Ii.. RIVAS. $2.00, $3.00 and
branchof Plan Dance At VA : '$4.00 values, each $1.00
the electrical engineering ,a few of which are describedin "'I ASi Captain of Night Police of the
School of Technology Cf A I Pique Organdy, per yard 2Se
the Geargia the advertisement today. S7PR
Club City of Key West, Florida. Chiffon
Country
in 1926 with ]h.nors He i is i Special attention ia being calledto 0l All 49c Flowered
Key West. Fla., 30
yard
Voiles
associated with the H. C. Tennet the show windows of this store Fps rt. y F ,Mf June 28, 1935.Subscribe I I per -Voile,
All 3 for $1.00 per
Supply company and is a popular There will be a special dance at which illustrate the Monday bar- uNrx4vt' yard _..... .u.._ .. 20e
business of Augusta, :the, Key West Country Club on I I h' .h .r. ,
young man I gains. to Tne Citizen. II 2 doz. Ladies' Silk Slips
Ga.. B: Wednesday evening, July.3rd, for "ITS TRUE!that Robert Young and his brother Joseph Young I I each ..__.__... ._..... 50c
members and their invited guests.C. THE STORE OF FASHION appear together on the screen for the first time in 'Calm Yourself 40 pieces 40 inch Solid Color
G. Hicks, secretary of the Padan. "Also, ITS TRUE! that.Hale All Silk Flat Crepe, per
Dance Tonight AtHabanaMadrid club, announces that there will be Today and 'Monday are big says artist Wiley during l yard ._.__._....._._.._ 39c
Shoe days at the Store of Fashionas Hamilton celebrated his 35th anniversary as_an_actor, Fix It When
I all colors,
festive numbers put on during the,, 40 inch Slip Satin,
evening and a good program of is shown in today's advertise I I the production of this film I% Our Volume per yard .......__.....,. ." ". 2Se
ment. A special low price has
Nice assortment Ready-Made
: ,. M ,Habana-Madrid Club will sponsor dance music has been arranged to been placed: on a lot of quality l and TurnoversDepend Others Fail! Curtains, pair ..-....h... 69c
a big-dance tonight at the ,be played by; a popular local or- footwear for these two xlays. USES CASTOR OIL MONROE THEATERDick Ripplet Bed Spreads, all colors,

'thibhouse.corner'Duval and Front chestra. There will be many good buyson I Powell-Gloria Stuart On at.------------------------- 69e
streets. Dancing will. ,begin at the ladies', misses' and children's I HAMMOND, HI.-Fines and lectures Brent 1 New shipment; Blister Sheer
nished! by the Habana-Madrid or Kay Francis-George Dresses, $3.95 value. at
usual hour. -
ready-to-wear at this store Mon- have done no good, so Judge The GoodnessOf
i ,,Music for the event will be fur- chestra. -in- SOMETHING wrong each ?...._.-........,._ $1.95
day. Joseph Stodola, of this city, uses COLD DIGGERS OF 1935 I Candlestick Sheer Voile, all
". i -- --- the castor oil treatment on speeders. Matinee lOc Orches Our with your car? Don't colors, per yard -m.. 39e
Gomez returned over the highway : Balcony, ;
55 5 55 The dose is three ounces. 'I II Silk Rough Crepe, regular
.. last night. tra. 15-20; Night: 15.2Sc BARBECUESANDWICHES worry, for when you
.: I plus an hour's sojourn in the inu-{ $1.00. Monday.. -. .. SOc
PERSONAL: : MENTION nicipal jaiL I I bring it here you'll feel Seersuckers all colors Monday
i Mrs.\ George Kantor, who was per yard .h..______ 19c
.... ................... ,1 certain that the job will
5 e------------ ,spending: a few days with her son- I READY-TO-WEAR

Charles Gregg, represnting one -J. Serkln, business man of '''I'in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. be done right.Colonial IW. kv j.*t received a I

of the large southern printing and I soil who was in Key West Iii-I Arthur Mulberg, at Pahokee, Fla., HOLTSBERGrSMonday 5c I I nice shipment material of DRESSESin Specially
D. ARONOVITZKey all new
bindingestablishments: is on his short business .visit, left l returned on the morning train to- priced Monday.EVERYTHING. i
visit to local patrons, of day. Sale25c Service
regular afternoon for Miami.. West's Only CompleteDepartment I IN THE
the plant and wil! this afternoon Store f STORE REDUCED FOR
I
return to headquarters in Miami William Mendell, who was in 'I MONDAY
,
New York and other business centers CLEARANCE OF ALL Japanese Silk Pongee, on
J. E.J> in charge of activi- PLAZA -THE-
uane in the north and east. buyingthe SUMMER sale per yard .. 19c Station
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Albury ties at Long Key Fishing Camp, latest modes and styles" for his -F" I'I'Ladies' Handmade Baby Dresses SOc : STORE OF FASHION

and son, Bradford, arrived over arrived yesterday, accompanied by'i new shop for men to be opened I SATURDAY ND MONDAY Black ,Parasols at ........,__beautiful.____ $1.25 handles SANDWICH SHOP t I Clarance' Crusoe
Mi-] ,
the highway last evening from : on Duval street, in July, returned I 503 Duval Street City'* Leading Ladies' Store
the of Miss).his daughter, Patricia, and returned Dresses, formerly up to 25c Pillow Tubing, on sale 20c ,:11
attend wedding
ami to this afternoon.
$3.95 each, at $1.98 Curb Service Colonial Hotel Bldg. I. APPELROUTH
dlj. to the camp on the after 25c White Indian Head, per
Juanita Isabel CUrry, sister ; Flock Dots on Dark Voile in i yard _.._- -....... :20e 1
::
Mrs. Albury, who will tonight be noon,train. Ladies' Dresses, sites from I Hemmed Diapers, reg. $1.50. on .

come the bride of Angel Delgado. I, I f 38 to 48, each --. $1.00 sale -, '$K2S .
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Mr. and Mrs. Albury will remain i -
for one week as guests of Mrs. Al- I tto'vard Coll, supervisor of servIce A REAL BARGAIN I 10 pieces of Fancy Prints, on -
sale, 10c
yard
bury's parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. B. stations for one of the largeoil CLOSE OUTON One case of FIGURED Flaxon per Dresses, sizes 16 to

C1m companies, who was in Key VOILES, sheer and cool, 46, see window -t-_- .-_--- SOc
West for a visit with Willard. Al regular 35c value at 3 Boys' English Shorts, 6 to Joe Pearlman's Inc.
;
Mrs. William McClintock. and bury, manager of the local branch, 14, on sale _,-. SOc ,

Eon, Billy who were visiting her left yesterday afternoon for headquarters LADIES'DRESSES yards69c Colored Piques, regular 25c, on
parents, Mr and Mrs. Milton Russell in Miami I sale .... -.. 19c

over a period of five weeks, See window and be on I SPECIAL TABLE WITH BIG SUMMER
left yesterday ,afternoon over the I REMNANTS MONDAYExtra
time morning
I Monday
EasU Coast eI\ route, to, e.homein ., ,:According to word:received by ALE

San Antonio, Texas. i The 'Citizen, Juan Carhonell and Beautiful assortment of NEW I size Bloomers and Step-
.
ins, at SOc
SUN-BACK DRESSES for CLEARANCE
the
Lou Carbonell were among I
Children, sizes 1 to 16 81x99 Peperell Sheets regular
We make years
'D. B. Hall, planter at SugarLoaf guests registered at the Hotel must room $1.25, at $1.00
who was in Key West on Seminole in Jacksonville on, June I for our new stock of I $1.00 TO i iI l lI
Satin the
afternoonfor Slip heavy grade Now in full swing and going strong! Hundreds of people Sere
business left yesterday 26.
1.00 Itt $1.00
: READY-TO-WEAR. Our $ grade yards
his farm trad apiary. I Another new shipment of ': size delighted with the many bargains bought yesterday and this mom-
Silk Dresses,
Large : regular
.. r{ regular $3.95 and $4.95 PRINTED FLAXONS, 3. .$5.00, at _.,.,___ 3.95 ing-a your neighbor-they'll tell you. You too can gave-COME,
Mr. and Mrs. William Freeman, I _yards ...__ ..__...._.nhn. SOc i ? SEE and COMPARE!
Mrs. Joe Mondul, who came in who were in Miami visiting relatives DRESSES at- Rayon Bedspreads, regular:

for a few days to join Mr. Mondul, were returning passengers i Entire line of SUMMER $1.50 for ..__ $1.25 This is not a sale on just a few Items but a

who is recuperating from an operation the Havana Special. today. 2.95 .SHOES for Men, Women : $2.50 Axminster Rugs, on
on
I I sale ____.__- ._ $2.00
and was the guest of relatives and Children at ; Kayser Gloves, closing"- out GREAT BIG STORE WIDE SALE

: left yesterday afternoon and baby,! close-out prices. 1 1Ladies' at pair _______ SOc
Mrs. George Gomes per
for the home in Miami. Come early for best i Selling everything in the store at greatly reduced prices
who were in Fort Lauderdale with I I Sandals, I SEE WINDOW FOR OTHER
selections. 75c HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE BIG VALUES
Mrs. Gomez's parents, returned on I SPECIALS
close out, pair ..
Thomas Russell, deputy sheriff the morning train today. Mr. .. (Lack of space doesn't allow mentioning all items)
at Islamorada, who was in Key I j
JUST RECEIVED

West family for left a short yesterday stay afternoonfor with his s ,tUlutgtll/// il BIGGEST SHOE TREMENDOUS VALUES GREAT SAVINGS ON

Nice Assortment of NEW -i_
MATERIALS
his station. SPEND / VALUE EVER DRESS
DRESSES
1 DRESSES
,Alton, Albertus, who was spend YOUR i I OFFERED Printed BATISTES, 15c

ing a few days in Key West with i Come in and see them 75 Silk Dresses, values to per yard _._._...u.
his family, left yesterday 300 pairs of $2.50
VACATION $3.50, at 20e and 25c
$1 39
noon for Miami for an + and $3.00 SHOES, only __.._ 15C
arter-I : 6t !' 1 I :, I IIi..! FLAXONS _...._._...
of a fractured right arm, = THIS YEAR IN (Broken Lot) at, '
retarn'in C THE HUB New shipment Received To25e Printed
pects to a few days.John r'1
I FLORIDAHEAITN. I the low price of daY4.00 and $a.00' VOILES ..... ...._____ 1Ge

Carbonell, proprietor of LADIES' DEPARTMENT ICEi: palr- ,SILK DRESSES....... $2.88 75c; BARONETTE
the Habana-Madrid Club and son/I $1 50 SATIN ......... .__. 48e
John, Jr., who were in Jacksonvine I $5.9and $6.50
$3 88 85c Pure Silk FLAT
for several days on business /I/1I"\\\ f DRESSES -.... .AS C
returning over I IT'S PURER I Another assortment CREPE per )Yard
were passengers
the East Coast yesterday I 1 LASTS LONGER! of better $3.00 and Children' Silk SSC 3ie: Printed

Ic" i'i".I.i".li ) $3.50 SHOESDRESSES u._.__ ORGANDY _._....... 23C
d
I i fir
,\ ICE REFRIGERATORS 1.88 l3oya' PANTS and 35c PIQUES

I SUITS ........... ..... 46c a :._ .._._...19c

A ROAD HOG o l h Made of all metal-equip I Boys' and Girls' 3.50 Silk 8lx90.PepereU

i OLD PAPERS | ped with WATER COOLERS 1 SHOES. pair- sucker Seer$2.4S SHEETS _.............94c

RUNS BY J They're Economical $2.25 and $3.50 Pe rell CASES
s f 96 C Wash Dresses .. $1.78 at .....__ 24c

STOP LIGHTS. I w ...................:.................... ;: 100 Per Cent Refrigeration All others greatly reBest $125 W_ asb Rayon PANTIES,

+ Satisfaction I duced me and see. DRESSES ...... S8e .... .. 19c
1

wfc fc For Sale \ I Priced at

i iI Extra Special Values for Mo day, 8:30: to 10-.30 'A. I.-Be On Tune

Ii : .. .: 30 and $35 *


+ EASY TERMS 10 DAYS 81x90 G8c $1.00 and $1.2 PURE

1 -ACAIN- SHEETS .__.... SILK TRAVEL PRINTS.
0Q I 5 Bundles for 5c JS i TREE TRIAL.x FLAXONS PILLOW CASES 13c G CHIFFONS EO R GET, T E Sand

Cs) rss.co a ?.O s. auss aseee s 25 in bundle THOMPSON'S ICE CO. i 1 I PERCALES I CRINKLE "'--"'- per yard .....-_........50e

A good .basiacM mesa sees thai. t .--. I SOLID VOILES 9 SPREADS __.... G8c $1.00 value SILK HOSE
I I 1Vhite and Brown C let pair _....._....---.. 69c
SILK
kit Pri td Form are of a''S U.n
81.29
-quality h.'s sot **liB.d of. .? ((1 II Phone No. 8 COTTONS SPREAD Zed put 3
4 i CLOTH 81x90 hm 92c BOTH ----.si S
W. solicit o. a QUALITY,, THE KEY WEST CITIZEN 1 SHEETS For ..._...... .._
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