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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: July 1, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Ataociftted Press.Day Win' F ( Che i{ W t ( t> Key West. Florida, has the 38erdoe.


For Beat 65 Interests Yean Devoted of Key Wett to the fA' ts Citizen t most country equable; with weather an average In the


range of only 14* Fahrenheit


VOLUME LVI. No. 156._ KEY WEST, FLORIDA, MONDAY JULY 1, 1935. 1
PRICE FIVE CENTS


Ask Fund For Improvements AGED GROCERYMAN''FEDERAL JURY WILL HAVE TO DECIDEIF Administration[ Leaders Demanded Action


BEATEN ROBBED MRS.' WALEY'S\ 'CONFESSION' TRUE


At Fort slay ylor :ReservationOver HERE LAST, 'NIGHT On Wider Distribution of Wealth Issue

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TACOMA, Wash,.July 1.-Despite 'scribed as "stern but just. Mrs --

t THAN HUNDRED the Waley's chief counsel will be JohnF. NORWEGIAN\ VOTES 1 I RAYMOND
Sixty-Four Thousand STATUS QUO GOOD MORE ONE insistence of Margaret Dore. former mayor of Seattle, RESIGNS Politicians Felt That Proposal

DOLLARS TAKEN FROM Thulin Waley that she participated and for long a colorful figure in

Dollars Requested For FOR NAZI 'MONEYREICHSBANKSAYS CASH DRAWER; THREE in the $200,000 George Weyer- Washington's] court battles.political and criminal FAVOR 'HE MEN'OVER I I AS CHAIRMAN OFAGWIJHRECTORS Should Not Be


Proposed Harbor Activities -, MEN COMMIT ACT haeuser kidnaping: a federal court Waley Said Wife Innocent POLITICIANS! Permitted To Hang Over

He's chubby, red-faced, small I
jury will have to agree with her Any Longer
a lawyer of the old school who

Santiago Escovedo, aged proprietor before she can take the same route laughs and weeps with the! jury.tantaliz'es CAPTAIN' AMUNDSEN, FA- ILL HEALTH CAUSES VET.
-1\\ FIXING OF NEW GOLD PARITY opposing counsel. Associated -
(liT As..elatedPr,..)" of a grocery store on her husband took-to prison. with him will be StephenJ. MOUS EXPLORER AND CONQUEROR ERAN STEAMSHIP LINE OFFICER By HERBERT PLUMMER

WASHINGTON, July 1.- AFTER DOLLAR AND POUND Southard street opposite Bahama The defense procedure probablywill O'Brien, appointed by the court MOST POPULARIN I (liT AMelat Press)
TO GIVE UP PRES-
at Waley's regt.est.Opposed
The War ARE STABILIZED', NOT OUT be further unusual in WASHINGTON
Justice and In- street was set upon, beaten and that July 1.-Tie
I to )Irs. Waley's counsel NORWAY ENT DUTIES
terior Departments asked OF QUESTION robbed by three men last night] Mrs. Waley's chief witness, according will be tall, spare, elderly I belief U growing among tko. on
to her attorneys, will be Charles Dennis and his assistant, I

the Works Relief Adminis-i about 8:30 o'clock. her husband. Owen P. Hughes, young, husky, (By A.re Press) C. E. Smith, general of : th* in.Sde Ler. that from a political -

tratio o ay for $9,090,572 By M. K. WHITELEATHER ,The miscreants entered the Trial Set July 5 blond and handsome. OSLO, Norway, July 1.-The agent standpoint alone adminutra.tioa -
I wttjr which to carry <
atruction projects. j i,I t watching the gold bloc weakens cuffed him and struck him about term of United States district sentence, he declared his wife I famous polar explorer' and West, has been advised of the I ti.. OB President Reotevelt't_

i X the head, bound him with strips court The scene will be the same knew nothing about the'"snatch"until I resignation of H. J. Raymond.'
Included in the request)l0ut} apparently .bs'.tIocId.'otO. letthe'devaluation of cloth to a chair and gagged courtroom where throngs heard two days 'after-ho and the conqueror of both the North and I ..wider dwtribatioa of wealth"proposal
I I I I the wartime Major Cronkhite-Cap- fcgitive: William Daniard. ,alias I chairman >of the board,or"c directors -,
paradetaarcb by him with a towel. South poles, is the mort in UU .
were 37.167 for new build :t I tain Rosenbluth "target range Mahan, abducted George. ,This popular ,of the AGVfl lines. Ill lieaith' at session of eon.tret

ings and improvements'atFort I without. fallinr= in tine. They then ransacked the place : death case." caused Judge Cushman to..reject Norway, according to a nationwide *.
I and within a brief time after the I. 'On'the bench will be the veteran Mrs. Waley's plea o( guilty and health is the reason given,for ?Ir.Raymond. .
Pickens, Pensacola; : ;Reicaibank. official are understood assault departed with more 'than Judge E. E. Cushman often deJACKSON'S -j insist she stand triaL questionnaire.The 1'..'How.v.p desirable! it might

to have fought.their own in- $100 taken from the cash drawer. revealed the Nor- .resignation. .. .. been
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and $64,450 for Constructionof --- --- -- - --' -' survey to allow more tint for
No in the neighborhood has
one *
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are number of
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concrete firing platforms, tecaal battle and to bare concluded any knowledge of the occurrence FINANCIER wegians as being primarily fond of Key study, politicians were fnlfy aware
,
BARBER JUDGE ANDEXRANGER with
that Germany's ills could not Neighbors were attracted to the adventure sport and literature, West people well acquainted I'
steel searchlight towers and I store by hearing the smothered with no absorbing interest in politics Mr. Raymond and the news of his', of th* danger in permitting tkf

observing stations at and be alleviated by farther devaluation groans of Mr.:. Escovedo. They .released NOW RUNS THE TOWNFly / or science j resignation, because of ill-healtfc.j, u..e to hang fire until the neat

of the mark. him from his predicament Closely following Amundsen in } will be learned with keen regret,i
near Fort Taylor.ALBRWitf and summoned the sheriff. -- _' popularity was Fridtjof Nansen.i it is said. session of congra

Fixing of a new gold parity aft The assaulted man was frightened with the national poet, Bjomst- I
Mr. Raymond has been for almost The uncertainty which would
from ( A wl 1.lr Prc )
and suffering greatly jerne
RELIEF I Bjornson as number three.) '
BUYS er the dollar and pound are stab-, shock and ill treatment, so muchso FORT DAVIS. Tex.. July 1.- Sonja Henie, world figure skating : time world 60 years and a power of in the the mari- follow if the proposal were delayed -

ilized, however, is held not to be to be unable to give any lucid champion, ranked fourth, followed many greatimprovements
ARRIVES IN CITY Nick Mersfelder never knows ) of recent years they believe would have a
HOME SITE HERE I account of the robbery or any by Knut Hamaun editor!
out of the question. I made in the AGWI lines, of which
description of his assailants. whether his customer wants to geta Sigrid Undset, Nobel prize winner' harmful effect on business confidence -

ODe Way Good A* Other Officers from the sheriffs office in literature'; Henrik Ibsen, Playwright the Clyde-Mallory organization is Also, it would give thePresident'
him.i:
I shave borrow few thousand a part, were accomplished by
a
There can be no question: of will quiz the old man thiJ LIEUT. KLAUS ASSUMES and Edvard Grieg com- '
VISITOR AND WIFE MUCH It waa Mr. Raymond who in' critics another reason'
I
taking the mark off gold, for itl I evening provided he has recovered dollars have an alarm clock or six- poser and musician.At 1923 considered the
I sufficiently from the ill treatment CHARGE OF ACTIVITIESAT II the bottom of the list, after ;: appointmentof for holding him personally responsible -
TAKEN UP WITH ISLAND
now is barely gold.I It is
on a managed an agent at Key West and decided
__ be recived to stand the strain. ] shooter; fixed or swear out a war a long array of champion ski j for any check upon re-
NAVAL STATION on the incumbent. Mr.1Smith '
CITY currency with but 2.35:>> per
jumpers, boxers and
skaters
cent of gold and foreign exchange !I (ant be found Norwegian politicians.can !: says he will always remem-I covery.
1! COUNTYBOARD I ber what ?1r. Raymond } The charge then very easilv
coverage, as against an 80 i I The former Texas Ranger has
Lieutenant William Klaus, u.1 when making the appointment.'f could be made that Mr. Roosevelt
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Albright, of percent gold coverage, for ex-I.! been the town's barber 54 years, JACKSONS LEAVE I ft"Take charge and keep your nose was flirting with the

Mount Savaga, Md., who have ample. of the French franc. I MEETS TONIGHT. N., recently communication of Jeff Davis county's justice of the j clean." That he has for 13 years I country'swelfare
IS. for the sake of
, been' spending a vacation in Key Such a currency, with an artificial -!, I OD the U. S. S. Wyoming peace 40 years and a tinker and FOR WASHINGTON, been agent for the company is 1 i( executinga
t I neat political trick.
!. evident that Mr. Smith
West for several weeks, have eland -.: value, say experts, can be I I picture framer since the Indians grasped
ar eye: nreU" finrd' .driAte"pteCd'' hb i-maTtege =.ranl''"parity-* so-.the']bEXPE.CT.ED, %, TAX .ASSESSOR]i considered one.1communication ..of. the foremes%1 1I .'gave; Ttp-lheTland.7 He1ii the "big Lion the full.! !meaning to the,admon ... 'Speed. Al Daagaropa

and plan erecting a home. present one is jut as good as. WILL PRESENT HIS { officers in the and'obeyed it the letter I On the other hand the dangerof
i other. I I It I I moneyed man hereabouts and he NAVY LIEUTENANT WILL say his friends.IssuEcLss.
Immediately after their arrival -] any !' BOOKS Navy, arrived Saturday from rides a bicycle. rushing through some undeveloped -
The government, could't gain Washington; to assume: charge of I EVENTUALLY GO ON scheme which might snap
Mir. and Mrs. decided
Albright 't I
for budgetary use from a devalue I I Cattlemen's Friend i iI J
they would like to live in Key: ation operation, for there iSI\'t.1]{i communication: activities in Key Nick as everybody knows him i BOARD SHIP back with disastrous effect to the
j I
West and began looking around; enough gold in the reichsbank by'; There will be a special meet- West, relieving Lieutenant W. B. suspends; the barbering tinkering I administration U being kept in

for, a suitable site on .which to' which to gain.Furthermore. j'I ling'"of the Monroe county board Jackson. He was accompanied. by business and court only when I I CERTIFICATES I mind. Soave'oi. the President's

build, preferring to plan their own I' Germany's eco- inventory the "
nomic Yesterday of
position as a country lacking the local trading company or : not :the
is
residence rather than buy one. i essential raw materials argues'I| of Clerk Ross c.' Sawyer 8 I holdings and property of the navy bank. lie holds big interests in S. N., communication officer in I GIVEN THOSE ATTENDING paramount jissuCj lluey

With the assistance of the against lowering of the exchange o'clock tonight was made by Lieutenant Jackson both. He is the cattlemen's friend charge the. station Longs but taxes.
FERA they have purchased on't rate of the mark first because of It is expected that Tax Assessor :!; and Klaus accompanied by Leadj when they need money. at naval Mrs. FERA SCHOOLING CON The job at hand, they anus, is

Eagle Avenue a lot with several'the large quantities of raw materials -. J Olto Kirchheiner will present j!j ing Man J. M. Pierce, and today Born in southern Bavaria in Jackson and their daughter, Nancy DUCTED FOR ADULTSCertificates one too big and important to be
it is to buy abroad,' ;;Lieutenant Klaus assumed com- 1858 he.came to Texas while he I done Members
varieties of fruit trees, which was necessary his books for the year1935 and], left the highway this on a "kingfish tempo.
mand. Lieutenant and Mrs. over
and secondly because Germany'sdebts was He his start by
the property of the late Jose Serrano '36 and matters of equalization young. got of congress are anxious to
are labeled in foreign cur-: I I Klaus are occupying the quarters buying cattle and land and eU. D. j
morning for-Washington, C.
: and expect to start operations -i I rencies. will be taken up by the board. formerly occupied by the Jack- ing 'em at an advantage." Then he are being issued to wind up the business of the prevent .
before the this week.
end of
Trade Gains Too SlightA I sons. started lending money.A From Washington they will 'go those persons who have attended session and go home. THey!
Mr. told The Citizen
Albright
he was satisfied he had made an( lower exchange rate would,': LIGIITBOURNESRETURN j bachelor he likes women but to spend a few days with Mrs. over 40 hours, or more, of sch'oolIiog have been told already by their

excellent buy and is perfectly mean that more marks would have EQUITY LODGE won't cut their hair. Jackson's mother in Virginia in one of the.FERA classes for leaders this can be acoajplirhed
to be out for materials "In the first place I don't be-I I .
paid raw :
satisfied with his purchase. thence to Ohio for a few days adult education. by July 15.Congress.
I and for debts should Germany HOME lieve in this bobbed hair fad"he I
HOLDS MEETINGOFFICERS' I with the lieutenant's family, and These certificates are made by already has been accused -
ever decide to pay them. j j says "It's meant for 'em toi I
CHORAL CLUB TO I Experts calculate that slight I. !i i i wear it long Women ought to I then on to Pugent Sound. the state office and certifies that I of legislating too hast ly

increases in foreign trade which I L Mrs. Elma,Lightbourne and son I I, spend lots. of time with their I Arriving at Puget Sound, the the student.has completed over 40'' and without proper deliberation

HOLD REHEARSAL might be expected from a cheaper!I Peter, who were spendinga ELECTED DURING cooking 'stead\ '.o' salKvantiit'.; ieutenant will report on board the hours of work in his.or her chosen ''iirny anticipated the repetition of

'I mark"would not offset the increased -|i' in' Key West as guests of WhU.i < I'round to bridge parties' "* -and the, V. S. S. San Francisco as. flag subjectCertificates. i this charge when the heat was
"
i number of marks it would) Mrs! James Pinder the I SESSION HELD THURSDAY like. '
j((take 'ore1' at I : secretary! and aide to Admiral J. :: are being t issued to applied in this instance.
.materials.
to
!, buy Petronia street, left yesterday: 'Dance, Lady i '
Members of the Key West: Ad.- goods might be sold to the United ernoon for Miami en route' to \ EVENING I Recently three women from out O* Richardson who will hoist his 48 students who have had more ; Plan Complex

ministration's Choral Club are re- States and to the Far East, but.: their home in Nassau. r---- of town, accompanied by a local flag on that ship August 1. The than 40 hours of stenography : No less an authority than Sen

;., minded that there will be re-'thatRhi! *sufficient quantities. ,, to_. They were accompanied;to ,Miami s i[resident, visited Nick admiral will command Heavy wor.k; 21 students of the volunteer star Borah of Idaho has labeled
l Jiearsals this evening instead; ofiraday '*justify the act. : by.Wrs. Pinder and son, Don- Equity Lodne.. No. 70. I. O. 0.F.'hejd .' era "just wanting: to the.15trang.1[ ; i Cruiser Division Number 6. handicraft class 26 white, English!' the President's proposal a "fake"

'-.i as heretofore. j| Despite the nazis' energetie! >'at-' aid who>> will visit for one' 'week l its regular meeting .lasts 1,famous man." Mrs. Jackson and Nancy will re- speaking members of a citizenshipclass
All members of the organization tenrpt to make themselves self with relatives and friends! in Miami -.'. Thursday night. j I 1 As they entered snatched. main for a few days and then if intended as a distribution e!
; 14 colored students and 17
are urged to be present and sufficient thy still must- buy and return next Saturday. i Glynn Archer was eleceted; six-shooter and growled, I, proceed to San Diego where the ; wealth program and insists it is
: a
George Mills White, who is in many products abroad-products (|I Noble Grand, George F. Archer i: Jackson have a home and will remain Spanish peaking. merely a tax proposal.The
i! "Dance he commanded
charge, asks all singers who are gravely needed bY' a country in [ Vice Grand, and Jake Humbert', ." one Ofl during the sea cruise of Lieu- These certificates, which were contention is made that if
them. "Sling them fee
interested to be present 8 o'clock the full swing of rearmament THOMPSONS LEAVE I was reelected Recording Secretary tenant Jackson. received by Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson -,
The woman did. How could she this be true it should be handled
t for social service
this evening at 414 Simonton! a term of six months. director are t
street I Installation of officers will be!refuse! BROTHER I signed by Melvin Russell superintendent -;| in the way all tax proposals are
CULTURE PLAN FOR FOR TRIP NORTHSidney .!held on Thursday, July 11. A i Later Nick gave her a shaving TRIPLET of public instruction; considered by congress studied f.

I timely speech was made by Jake mug. It bore the name of a man 80 YEARS YOUNG. I the county: supervisor of adult:ed-i first' by the house and means
ways
LEGION GROUP I 1 I Humbert who touched on sub- who was killed in a saloon shoot-} A FARMER I I ncation and Glenn B. Calmest director -'!
PHILIPPINE SCHOOL STILL the
then acted in
J ing match here when Nick was I committee on
Thompson, electricianwith i jects interesting to all present. I; I of education, Florida ERA. < house then studied by the senate

PLAN MEETING the Key West Fire Department young. I i (nT A.la.re Press' i i finance committee and finally

... and :Mrs. Thompson, left CUBA TRANSPORTS I WINFIELD Kas I. j{ the senate. Usually
.n" As.elatea Pr. July CITY PURCHASES passed by
I the East Coast yesterday aft- !
over ;
MANILA July 1. -A plan to for New YorkMr. I FRENCH SMUGGLERS Triplets perhaps the oldest livingin '! there are no short cuts in handling
endow chairs of Japanese culture ernoon the United States recently tax proposals in congress. They
!
There will be a meeting of the Thompson has been grant. 182 PASSENGERSSteamship AMERICAN FLAGS '
American Legion Auxiliary in: in Philippine universities was disclosed ed a 30-day leave of absence : PASS CUSTOMS MEN';celebrated their eightieth birth '; consume many weeks 't f study
here by Dr. Francisco and debate.
Legion hall Wednesday afternoon!! : which with Mrs. Thompson he day.They -
July 3. },, Benitez dean ol the college of will spend with relatives at Long I I are Henry Clay Moore of I The President's plan U ramified
President Josephine Piodela ;is. education in the University of Island.: :: Cuba sailed for Ha-I i (<
anxious that every.member of the; the Philippines, when he- returned vans Saturday with 147 first class I field; George Washington Moore' hoisted over the tower of the City which long have baffled

organization attend this meeting. from,Japan. passengers, 35 second class, eight 1.-Gor-gonzola of Bloomington I1L. and Abraham I Hall this morning, and the; emblem, some of the best minds.
Dr. Benitex .aid the Japan TENDER IVY DUE tons of freight, seven I I come a pastime Lincoln Moore bf Carlinville, 1IL will be displayed each dry hereafter !! The inheritance tax, law for
Society for International Cultural bites and 522 sacks of automo-I[contraband who rely on deficient They were born on a farn in Scott following an order of the''example involves more than the

NEW ARRIVAL AT i i Relations has the plan under con-! TO SAIL TONIGHT! Many of the passengers were ( noses of customs guards to sneak county. Illinois. City Council at its last meeting. I I I mere 'fixing of a schedale of

sideration. He said the societyhas excursionists going to spend July their redolent product across the Henry C. has lived in Kansasfor !I Another large flag is being keptin fates: Past experience has; proved

STANLEY'S a treasury of 1000.000 yen I 4 in the Cuban capitaL I(French border. i 30 years-"and if it weren't reserve to be displayed on '! the law governing federal estate

HOME,, and is trying: to raise it to 5,000- Steamship Medina of the Clyde- An executive of a dairy com- for these blamed winds. I'd atill days and other special boli-1 j I.taxes one of the most difficult to

t 000 yen. Tender Ivy is due to sail tonight Mallory Lines, is due to reach pany in northern Srance Henri like it here," he said. The other The flags were purchased: by!,, administer.
-
for Tampa Bay for buoy port this evening 'rom Galveston, two have lived in Illinois practically Councilman F. F. Hoffman, who I I iKuch the same is true as regards -
Announcement has been made'!I CHICKEN LUCKY work and other'activities in thatsection en route to Charleston and New smug-1gl'ing ,' all of their lives was appointed a committee of one the proposed graduated tax ,

of the birth of a son, weighing of the Seventh Lighthouse York. I''sola into France. j jI He said one of his brothers U Ito attend to this matter at the'I on corporations. Since the "trust-

eight pounds to Mr. and Mrs. Leo j j i XENIA. Superstitution sav. Ditsrict. Yacht Nenemoosha. with the I i Gervais, a Swiss citizen. 1s I It | retired, but the other, George, : recen meeting held and Mr. Hoffman -;':bursting" days 'a controversy his
Stanley on Saturday at their! ed a chicken owned by J. E. Watts Captain Phillip Cosgrove, who owners, Prince and Princess t likewise sought by his own I still is working. The Kansan is I says hat he will see to it that ragel over the size of industrial

home Xo. 7' Nassau Lane. !,I, of this city when a thief who raid- has returned to duty after a vaca- Campo Ruspoli. of Italy, onboard t|government for having fradalentlyI six feet two inches tall weighs the stars and stripes are put up''units The President's proposal

The new arrival has been given j I\ ed the pen. took a dozen fowls tion of about: two weels, will be in II is berthed at the main pier I introduced Danish butter into '.168 pounds farms a little, and daily, to be hauled down at sun Ii strikes at the heart of these and

the name of Norman Stanley. I Heaving, the 13th behind. command of the ship. lof the Porter Dock company. Switzerland. ,take 17 papers and magazine down other mooted tax questions.



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-PAGE- TWO THE CITIZEN MONDAY, JULY 1, 1935,

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- Ib : ttitPoblrsbed mats1 C BAD HOUSING IN KEY WESTIt "

KEY WEST IN J U.! By Wiley Padan IrTODAY'S WEATHER I
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Dally Except Sunday By ]
,THE.C1TIZE.Y'. PUBLISHING CO. IVC.L. would probably surprise many resi- DAYS GONE.BYt

P. ARTMAV.! Preddeat2oEA'LLE ... dents of Key West to be told that one- ; Hen ..... Y .
: AtkUtant ... afamacer Ha..Ir. 10 ar' Temperature Florida Generally\ fair tonight
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From The 'Clttsea Bnlldlav third of the population of the United Statesis "Ago Today A. Tafcta Fran !tRtJE Highest ....................._..........___90 and Tuesday except Mattered

Corner Greene and Ana Streets I living in dwellings and neighborhoods"of The Files Of Tk tithes MOaf Lowest ....... ...-.................__.......78 thundershowers Tuesday after-

[cs IYDany 1 Mean ............. ............_.....__!!84 noon.
: 1Teirlpaper'fa'ICey'"Wrtt MonroeCounty. CADiE
., and a character' to injure the health endanger An i increase ih Yy 'b( cny em Normal Mean ........_.....__...._83 Jacksonville to Florida Straits!:

Entered s- at Key West Florida, as second class matter the safety and morals and inter- ployes amounting to 91.300 NSISIS ON y X... RaUfall* Gentle easterly winds and partlyovwr
noted In the Ye terdav's: Precipitation .60 Ins.t! : was payroll
fere with the normal life of their in- monthly : -
ALONE, 90H1Y '
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FIFTr-SIITH TEAR Normal .... 11 Ins.! Tuesday.
J vouchers for Jane made up in the fOll A SRR SEC 47tID, Precipitation
Tea bT et the Aaa etated Preea habitants. city hall today The payroll of the rtl EfRNALeYNEh --_ "T......... e.vs.e-k.er peeled i ieadl East. Gulf: Gentle easterly
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[ The Associated Press 1. Exclusively entitled to use This is the verdict of the Housing Divi- city now totals $7.100 a month. Gi,1SANG,1l1wtBFfOt sPPlrti tlG u4 Tomorrow' Almanac i wind

i for republication of all news dispatches credited to. sion of the PWA which' has issued a report Final passage was Riven last Bight 1 1 SeFNt r -- a_ IEO{! l y,. Sun rises ....... 5:41 a. m.1
it or pot otherwise credited this and tolhe ordinance for the boosts
"the local news published here.XTIONAL in. paper also : with supporting details, that six million which was introduced at pay a meeting -" b M Piol, Sun sets ...... ..... 7:21 p. In.I I I7t > WEATHER CONDITIONS
sArs Moon rises! ._..__., _.. :>5 r. m.!
=: non-farm, and five million farm homes held 10 days. ago. The inc eamonnu' Moon acts! ........ ....... 8 52 p. nil j! A high prevjre area crested
EDltCRlAl) to.practically 10 percent
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.11 ASSOCIATION. -are, definitely sub-standard, and that hotis'ing I of each employe's salary. I J Tomorrow. TiA.M. .. i| over Ontario over preao e the

eJYtt .ldi e. 19.J a : conditions are so bad over so great an P.M.;;country i from toe ;Mi'iseippi! YfclI -
.. .. 10!>>3S ll>
that High .m' 38j eastward is
area they constitute a national emer- Final plans for the great "e-j I I Icy and pressure low
...... 5:21 !,
-.3:39:I
STBSCIIIPTION: HATES momal to: be staged by the t Low. 'i over the Plains States. C hranp.
Oni Tear '1.... Barometer Ram. today Ont. 30.40 inches, and Dodge
gency.The ers of Mahi Temple on'Joly'4 will ',, ,
Etx Months __ .1..8 report points out that while the Sea,, level, 30.06.WEATHER to
Three Month %.50 bf made at s.' meeting of the Key Cit>. Kan 29! 84 inches. Light:

One Month as situation! exists in the slum areas of great Wet Shrine Club toni bt. Fred -' I I i'I! moderate" showers anti thunder

Weekly _. .%0 cities it also exists in farm districts as W. Delaney. recorder of the Tem- FORECAST II I storms have occurred during thelact
ple, will be present at the_meet- NTG MfR 24 hours in extreme southernI
ADVERTISING RATES well. Moreover' the conclusion is '"in ing which will begin 8 o'clock 1nScott" : 1SC'lR'fHATV8ITING (Till 8 p m., Tuesday) i I Honda, the lower Rio Grande Valley .

Made known on ,application. escapable," according to Dr. Edith Wood, !'h' Rite Hall. Every memberof r k 1fTBY Key West and Vicinity: Partly the extreme npr Mississippi

SPECIAL NOTICE the the shrine h urged to be present AND Ph1i00lES cloudy tonight and Tuesday, probThuaderthowvvt Valley and from Louisiana and
All reading; "tootle**, card of thank. re.olutlon. ofrespect that evil is impossible of correction by as a number of highly important TOO ADFPI 9 L3EI INY |i Arkansas eastward over Georgia: .
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obituary lutf.te.' will'b. charged for at private enterprise. The government hopesto matters are to be- considered > COMES ROM AN INGIISHTHEMXieM.. North Carolina, and Virginia.Temperatures .
the rate or 10 cent. line..Nothet FAMR.Y STARTCP A9 AM INFANT i generally near
ehmxhea embark; on a campaign of actual con- It was definitely stated by Recorder are
toy from whicha
-rntertahnnents Delaney 'that more titan FRINGE wORIGINAI'1Lh0YAlFAhlip"ITS '. I or above normal east of the Rocky
revenue 1. to be derived are .i cent a line. struction according to Horatio B. Hackett,
500 members 'of the order! '"ill be Mountains.
Clttiens 'an forum and Invite discussion -
$ The of public: 18luend open subject of local on general PWA Director of Housing, not with the presentThe TRUE! that Gail Patrick was studying law when a i! I I G. S. KENNEDY.Olfieial .

friend sent her, picture to a beauty contest...... she and .
won
I Interest but It trill'not pat>Uah'anonymous communication idea of supplying the entire need of the --- IH f hargo
was sent to Hollywood!" says artist Wiley Padan.. ... "Also,
but rather bid of $19.600 offered{ by
country, with the hope to scat- *
ITS TRUE
that No
in Mora Ladies, Franchot Tone plays hiventeenth d ( r LOPEZ
the Associated Engineers of Florida BENJAMIN %
ter outstanding examples of proper hous- role in less than two years! tc.
for the official: plat of the city FUNERAL HOME pE.tabli.L.d
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN ing projects the states and thus ;
_among encourage of Key West,at a meeting-of City .
-- --- l 49 Tears

t t 1 1---- progress along this importantline. Council,1a.ct night'was: rejected 1..a..1 ......e........0........ ,Partly Clot*Jy <. TCrfy Wort's OW.eNidi. ,
WILL'alwYyseek(the'tnifh:'fcSPfrfnt' it' ::\{*Hers bf the council agreed I : ably local thundershowers -:Tttesi-*M?| .-Z4-Hr Ambala.es 3.rrk.
that(.pie;price? was entirely toohigh. Today's j|Today's Horoscope r ',,:Uced ..... .-
without fear and without'fa.dI-1J1l'; be While readers of The Citizen, as .. It 1* believed that i.sumuvf !: ; day; gentle winds, mostly .easterly. -
.. ................. ..;;... UI eie-w
l afraid t- attack ,wrong or to.4I'*dt!rfght; sta'ted'at, the beginning of. this article .Wn? ,win be productive of the .Anniversaries: I :
may
The the .
which' special positions on I .
peltbe* required results V this matter --
always fight for: progress; nevef. organ not realize the actual conditions thai will be a much lowe bid. To ..............d..1.1725Cumte flint day of the month indicate --- ---- H

or'the mouthpiece of an'} pmbn, clique, 'exist in Key West we feel sure thata that end J. Ross Roberts and Clifford de Ilu,:hambeau?: one of ,goUJness, patience thrift

faction or ClaM;always dolts utmost for the little rejection on their part will con- (Hicks were appointed to confer Mtrslii-1 of Fr'nee, commander of, and humility. Great modest work may, 1

public welfare; never tolerate Corruption;: or vince tfovm f that much is needed along with City Attorney J., Lancelot B.- the French fortes in America;*!', tut accomplished there it: too in little a !elfassertion way- We will be pleased to have you consult us aboot
Lester and City Engineer 17 0-81, lore Diet May 10,
injustice! ; denounce vice and praise virtue; housing construction here before our pea C. Moreno relative to getting in 1807. not enough aggressiveness, how you can
I
commend good done by individual or organ ple as a whole will be adequately and (touch with other engineering corporation and This hence will matter bit little but fame little is ,likely.for

ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and properly housed. relative to the cost of 1781-James It. Finley, Ohio there will be enough of success to
the work. It i is believed *
confidently -
? cthodi! preacher, evangelical
opinions print only news that will elevate satisfy: the modest requirements
; : that the plat can be made missionary pioneer to the Indians, Build Buy or
oj, the native.
and not contaminate the reader; never compromise fnr $10,000. born in North Carolina. Died in ,

with prinelple.IMPROVEMENTs PASSAMAQUODDY DAM Cincinnati, Sept. 6, 1856. ] .
Editorial Comment: Tie: British! I 'Still standing near Pensacola, Refinance Your Homeor

House! 'of Commons has gravely 1802-Gideon Welles, Fla., 13 a forest of liveoaks planted
Perhaps the most questionable of the U\ftf01'd,1
dee! !ded that fleas! cannot be train- Ctnn, newspaper editor! 100 years ago by the administration -
FOR'KEY WEST work relief) projects approved by the administration ed Those we have met need no t-ry cf the N-'" under Lincolnan of President John Adams to

ADVOCATED THE CITIZEN is that of building a dam to trcii ing. Jom! '.on. l boMi tt C'a tonbcry. produce timber for navel ships. repair or modernize any type of

harness tides Conn Died>: Feb. 11, 1878. insured creditThe
the which sweep between the building on
Appointment of Felix Gronliet Washington, D.'c., born at Helena,
Bay of Fundy/ off the coast of Maine, as the first Cuban vice consul accredited 1804-George Sand, fr med Mont., 49 years ao.

1. Water andBerace. and Passamaquoddy Bay, off the coast of to Key West was an-: French novelist born Died Jane:

2. Bridges complete Road to Main- Canada. rounced by'Cuban Consul Domingo 8. 187ft. Rev. William <:, Ever!on of First National Bank of Key West

Milord today M. Gronher baa Portland, 'Xreg. Baptist clergy
land. Those tides much 27 feet I 1818-Joi-; ;
run as as been !secretary to Consul Milord Gorges. Confederate man. soldier, former chief of the 1
'3. tree Port. between ebb and flow and are the highestin for the past two yer. Hi ap- ordnance! chief, businessman U. S. Militia Bureau, born at Approved Mortgage Under the

4._ Hotels and Apartments. the world. It i3 estimated that the cost pointment and promotion: was received Univ. of Alabama president! Worcester, Ohio 56 years ago l j
t.- from resident Gerjrdo Ma- b01'nin Dauphin Co., Pa. Died /1 i 1
6. '. Bathing Pavilion. Of the dam and power house in connection chado last night May 15,'1883. Fran!: C. Atherton of Honolulu;J FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION 1J

6. Airports--Land and Sea. will be more than 36 million dollars. So '- I I financier, born there, 58 yearsago.
many uncertainties attend such an untried The Citizen has! arranged ioj I 1 I 1861-John G. Clarkson. famed : -
7. Consolidation 'of and .
County CityGovernments. .
have full 'Associated< Press servicecovering I I catcher on "Pop" Anton's Chicago .---- - -- -
undertaking, however that the cost -- -- ------ --- --
; may the Gerb-Walker and]I club in the 1880's and early '90's, J JI 4
reach twice that amount before the job is Weinart Wills battles in New York I I then Boston, born at Cambridge. J JI :IIIIII'IIIII
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completed. tomorrow night. Bulletins on the' Ma s. Died Feb. 4. 1909. ........................................................ ...........s .
mi-final.. and the I I II .
Where there's ti will there's a way Already 10 million dollars of the four preliminaries '..
two main bouts will b. arnouced I 1862--David White. senior
for the chiselers to beat the ERA. billion fund has' been allotted as a begin- to the crowd from The Citizen office geologist: of the U. S. Geological I

ning, and it fo expected that some' 7,000 on Duval street. Survey, horn at Palmyra. N.Yl Wait Until TheHURRICANE I
will be DiN! m Wa..hngton, Feb. 7, 1935. Why
Fishing is undoubtedly responsible for men employed during the peak of Mrs. Margaret Ann Spencer, 83 !

much lying but why abolish fishing? the work, which is to be undertaken by years old. died suddenly today at ........................ ..

the Engineers Corps of the Army. 12:30 o'clock. Funeral services Today's Birthdays

The most serious objection to the will be held 5 o'clock tomorrow
In the event that you must do some- afternoonunder the direction of ...........oea..e..ti.
whole scheme is that there is market I
thing foolish try to be as light as you can. no Frank Sawyer of the Lopez Un- Prof. Albert Bufhnell Hart, J
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nearby for the power which will be gen- dertaking parlors from the reri-: lamed Harvard historian, born at

,. erated, and little prospect that there ever dence. 1121 Elgin street, to Fleming Clarksville, Pa., 81 years ago.
Here's our vote for better times, with Street Methodist! church, I .
will be, 'at least during the lifetime of :
higher wages and more profits and lots of where services will be onduct- U. S. Senator Edward P. Costigan -I :
anyone now 'on earth. by Rev. William E. Bryant. of Colorado born ii> Virginia

business. But the taxpayers will pay for the ex- G 1 years ago. E Season Is ,Here To Build Those I

need the Mr*, and Mrs H.:A. Lasseter! an-
periment, so why politicians
Traveling about the country is snot .. pottoce yhe birth on Tuesday' Susan Glaspell! of Provmcetown, S :" :S

only a delightful experience' but it worry. /u?*. the'hontf t of'Mrs. Alfred Hil'gI of Mais., novelist, born at Daven-' :__ ;.' Storm ,Shutters :
1 jilso 8'on.. pott Iowa, 53 yearsago, '. .tIa:
serves one to appreciate his:'home and G "I' : : :
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home town. | FIRST PUBLIC SCHOOL The Mast> Guard Cutter Saukee, Charles Langhton, screed star v. : :

umiiil T IIS>..- _. which:Muenga ted-n searching for bom in England, 36 years ago." See Our -. '

Americana Curtailing production* of Recently Massachusetts celebratedthe the fouijlered Schooner Fannie i ] 'tl
:
and Fad; which.tfpnt down, Monday Walter White, head of the ,InJ'
various products in this country and buy- 300th anniversary 'of the founding of 59 miles west of T Ftugaa. Js'atL Assoc-ation for the Advancement -

ing the same abroad on account of its re- the famous Boston Public Latin School. reported today that no trace of of Colored l People, born at
vessel could be found. Atlanta, Ga.,.42 years ago. :
sultant scarcity. Since this was the first public school on the it its
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the continent the ,event was celebrated as The marriage of Miss Florence 1 Dr. William M. Mann, director.j I
Park,
bf National Zoological }
Every American should take a trip to "the beginning of the American public Mackie, daughter of Mrs. Leonora the

Europe, if only for a brief visit. It will school." Mack.e-: 306 Georgia street and 1 : :
Noel Solomon solemnized last. THE"s"EMt'iif6TEFUrUa I
was
make them better Americans, and lessen A bronze tablet at the old institution right 8:30 o'clock in the First i Is 'I Ideal F or Storm :Shuttersi

the chance of this country going com bears this inscription: "From the'seed. Methodist church where there were

munistic.We. planted here the whole American systemof gathered many friends and 'members and !

free education grew." I of the family. E Awnings j

notice some of the Key West This "first public school" is 141 ........................ :

older than the nation itself. It Today In History b .
clerks and bosses growing old and stiff, years was _. aic a rJaeka.arlne. r

ad 'founded in 1635.According : ..... We also have lath ...in
probably because their'stores' -. do' not ... b a r yw see e.mwwwa S cypr ceiling, hangers ; I
vertise. to a writer in the Pathfinder I 1847-Postage stamps first

I placed on ale! 11 New York City. :fact 'anything e ed :to
during a general meeting of the : you xnay- 'is| I

How long would any:business ,exist if town one Philemon Partnot was entreated 'nut.! B. (:CiftlvrH.vMaaa- '
First of the battle of
1863- day and
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it would spend two dollars -each time it to become "schoolmaster for the teaching : Gettysburg.1867Union. where A human you will otntlk rind T- .Institution..*..Ideal : protect you yoursKEY.WEST J:
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I*raifrlat -rtala e a mat
earned one? The government is doing just and nurturing the children 'with us. Its ter of great Importance. : ,
the Provinces
that. ,And it taxes the people at will to high tradition have been maintained down of ---- :
of Canada-annually observed as A steel rirtwiwof fcalMI" I.e.sd J
secure the funds just like that. Some day through the years and many famous 'men Dominion Day.1874Histoeic. la tae apart ., tae rltyKTIT :
-o-- '
the well will'run dry or the patience of the are numbered ;among its graduates.The Room with Combination'Tub'' .. ,i; .' .
abduction of and Shower (lath. Radio. Electric "" _
'f&"L
people snap. celebration this year followed a Olllna Fan, Slat Door for Summer F ___ & J t
in .
Charley Ross! Philadelphia. Ventilation.Comfortable Beds with .
review by 1,700 'of the school's Con- .- .
military .ttn.lIe. of Inner Spring .
.
Perhaps :Mussolini will consider the student cadets. There was a pageant depicting 1885--($0 years ago) Public atmrtlon lag Lamps.and Individual Rf.i : giIeeriIJ ft. I

defeat of Congress, II Ponderoso, by the not only the birth 'and growth of debt of the United States a little RATES _'
I over 1 1-2 billion. S1.sr.re -'I '
Blackamoor as an evil omen, and ,go more -the school, but also the birth and growth ------- a_.. Private. Bath -_ tx e. (p :\J ira lei
I S.'11_.. PrWa.e main .2.Se : \ r'- 1
lightly 'with his occupation of Ethiopia. 'of the nation. The celebration also included 1918-U..S. Kerfnes. part'of.n 4M.__ ''PrI- mesa .... :;> >
84 R__ Private Beih as.11S
Allied Kola
Minds of great men 'are often'diverted by J' the presentation of 'a tercentenarytablet between eontingent.land the What Seaand at 4be' 4arple R__.. Prh'ate"Jlaft, ., ...........:
CRe"IIE 'FOR TMklOCCCPAJICT
little I and huge alumni banquet. BLIGHT 'J
things. a _Arctic, Nom Russia. Jf i, i

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. EE1VSiIIISSE! { Scientists Seeking Eternal Youth UTTLEflEES

r Now Learn About Man from Beer GET NEW\ TASK


sPcMtrr$11.GIANTS $
!tOfSI t: ARM tree y.... and-welC I'd tot Into a son of astate :
Ire. lk.r DapJk.. Snmfrt, |*. ad.rantweu (ny Au..lafed rrea)
"ck.to _rrrfiip 4M.m''a where 1 suspected everyone. :
lather today kai tenvinced Mr.Red. Poor 4arllnl!" Alison breathed WIDE HOLLOW Ore., July 1.
tk.thaoa, .
AUaoot /caror .la.,.ktpponNN.falter red that and the band under th table. .L Increasing the work quota of a

.JI....4ctte/ tiMltov hw pride gave an answering wjaeete I honey bee for the benefit of the
a ad ,. to Gty tk. "
Lumlry. only "You see. I'd Just started In practice !. / '
wax rk c.e seta her. hadWMifM
Dn'kn4 crchardirt i is the
(. ftparatt AHton and oat In Nice. I'd sunk aU my objective of a
OB*. .t ........ M.p ct. Ant Gay capital In It and things were going I 'I pollinitation experiment at the E.
cannot 6 0 *o black .. D.,... !
-11ot. AI... rather welt My patients were mostly I BEATBROOKLYN [LEAGUE. STANDINGS I II DIAMONDBALL .t A. Bannister farm near here

rich'old ladies who bad nothing to I 4 Twelve girls were employed to
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Chapter 37 think about except their health and .... gather pollen by rubbing) the
STRANGE STORYk they liked me to call and see them IN i AMERICAN LEAGUE GAME TONIGHTBy anthers or pollen sacks of early
'
If Club- W. L.Oct..
even they'd only a cold. i t*
apple blossoms
GUT peeled!, off his! white overall "It wasn't the work I'd hare New York 40 24 .825'" Y +\ It against a screen
was then dried ground fine and
vanished. chosen for myself bat: I'd had pneu- Cleveland ____ 37 26 ,587
TWOCONTESTS"i ( JOVE) placed, a teaspoonful at a time, in
: monia badly and W teen told the
Alison, sluing on a low'Ch tr: > i Detroit _.._ 38 29 .567 diamondbaU : attached
There will be traps to'16'bee hives
Unshed ftgaia.'All the way1 down lathe best thing could do was to live oat :Chicago .._._. 32 28 .533 a I sathe

Underground she bad! wondered' In a warm climate for a bit. so 1 did BOSTON BRAVES DIVIDE TWO 'Boston _...__ _._ 32 33 .('JZ game at Bayview Park tonight..I industrious insects would haveto

.what their meeting would be like. my best to cheer them up and cure .. Washington ... ..._ 29 .35 .453:; The Recreation ten will meet the:II k> walk through it as they started
them and their minds off themselves TILTS WITH out on their day'swork..
keep PHILADELPHIA
Bat wberever her thought had .. PhUadlephia 26 35 ..2C Lighthouse outfit in the second I e' The fine powder sticks to their

wandered they had pictured nothing PHILLIES; ClNCY REDS TRI- St. Louis ..__ 19 4S: .306 game of their play-off series. This II feet and
cake this! "Anyway. things were going quite I as they fly about from
well when one of the villas In my NATIONAL game will start at 8 o'clock. blossom to blossom they fertilizethe
She bad heard the sound ot a ear beat was taken by an bid man and UMPH OVER CARDINALS I LEAGUE .Tomorrow night the Busy Bees I blooms.
starting and In a minute he was t Club- W. L. PetNew the Fun- ,
his wife. He was English a retired I will cross bats with Lopez -1
batk. -- i York 44 1? .710 ;:
----- how __
Jam merchant and pretty well off. eral Home ten and you know I

"There.' Finished t Come on." to judge by what he spent; she! wasa ("....... .. The (.shwa) I Pittsburgh ___ 39 30 .565 these two dnbs play when they I American Chemical Society claims \ \\\'II/

The shabby dark blue Rover was tot younger and "well,. I won't say NEW YORK, July .-Before Chicago .._._ 36 M .fC3 meet and the batteries will be beer and yeast fermentation reveal T ''SPENDYDUR

outside. As they came cut:: Into the what I think of her to you! She triedto 29,000 cash! customers-wbo formed St. Louis _....._ 36 29 .654 Gates-and Ingraham for the Embalmers -I ., much about "nature's highest organism /
main road he looked down at her make love to me. ,among other Brooklyn _..__. 29 34 .400 and Tynes -and M. Ace- g the human body" In study "

and asked You believed my letter; things which Isn't a habit I'm fond the largest crowd to see a Cincinnati 29 36 .446 vedo for the Busy Beet f to Increase longevity according to Dr. Leonor Michael! of the Rockefeller

then?" of In my patient's wives!" Brooklyn game this te&son.; the Philadelphia .._.... 26 38 .406 Institute for Medical Research. Above-Or.- Winfield S. Hubbard. 1'fV/tCATIDN

"1 didn't even get It. You Me, my She said 'Impulsively.! *t>b. my league-leading Giants increased Boston ----. 20 46 .3031 GAMES TODAY I formerly of the Food and Drug Administration U. S. Department of 1I

stepmother burned It. And, rYe runaway dear 1 am so sorry about the other their hold on first place to eight I I Agriculture shown at work" on similar laboratory experiments with I :: THIS YEAR IN :
fucxlkome." night! I mean what I said Only 1 It Harder Winegarner. and Pytlak brewing principles In oval-Dr. Robert Schwarz, prominent New York 1 15
fits PVas the last thing'that hurt me too.'and-" full games by twice defeating the AMERICAN LEAGUE i
| George. I brewing chemist, a leading speaker at the.recent American Chemical' FLORIDA
the ex I "Don't worry! I knew you'd been Dodgers Tile scores were 7 to 4 r Washington at BostonPettitvs. Society convention "'beer-aympoaium.'* %

i and 5 to.4.With Fir t Game' W. FerrelL I !tom' tOlgcuTHEAlTH 1

two one-sided games, the At St. Louis R. II. E. Cleveland at Detroit-Lee vs.j SCIENTISTS convening In New eland Dr. Max "WaTtersteln chairman : 'I

Praves and the Phillies split a Detroit ._____--._18 19 Sullivan t York were advised that beer of the convention symposium. o 11/1"'II"\\\\
., 4.Av fx. doubleheader, Boston taking the St. Louis -1 7 St. Louis at Chicago-Cain vs. 'may be the agent for prolonging Dr. Robert Schwarz Internationally -

4 :,-4_ first 9 to 3, and Philadelphia the 'Batteries! Rowe and OJ I. Jones. human life; due to laboratory experiments. known: New York chemist

second 15:to 5. Haywortji; Thomas Hansen WalkUD. Only games scheduled now under way. So fm- points out that amazing discoveries

., ,Sw. Tony Freitas pitched the Cin- offman and Hemsley, Heath.Secoad t portant Is this study that at the heretofore have been made throughthe
cinnati Reds to their'third straight I I .- NATIONAL LEAGUE study of beer brewer's wort j

victory over the world champion I Cam Boston at Brooklyn-Brown vS. '..conven-tion" and yeast. Louis Pssteur. famous i
Cardinals. 5 to '2. hurling hftless At. Stl: Uonis. R. H. E. Benge or Clark. .' l' set aside ;under the dignified beading French scientist.' in his brewery RUSSELL'S
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AI,. 'Y +\ ball for six innings in a game in- Detroit'' __;.,,,.,. ,I 11 19 1 Pittsburgh at St. Lou*.---Bosh.. t of'brewing' symposium' to discuss tomankind. experiments in 1354! bit upon the :
I brew's benefits
the amber theory of disease which ,
I germ revolutionized -
terruptt'd'for than hour 1 I
more an. St. Louis 6 12 1 vs. Hallahan. I
It
rti the practice of medicineand
t by rain. Batteries: Crowder and Coch- Chicago at Cincinnati (night
I Beer Experiments arJ of
1 I A 17-hit attack that routed rane; Kno t. Van Atta Watkins game-Bryant vs. Schott. surgery. sanitary science J ors G II Beer Is fundamentally Important the world efer. Baron Joseph ,
three Cub pitchers nalveged a 9 and Hemsley.At Only games scheduled. I with Its i
because: these experiments Lister noted surgeon of Glasgow: .
t victory for the Pittsburgh; Pi- I .. yeasts during fermentation processes Scotland In JS67 applied the principles -', --o-
I rates in the final game of their I Philadelphia R. II., E. r.l'I.AT,...".1".1'4. are revealing much more of Pasteur's experiments to .

9y F series! before 10.400'persons after Boston1 aboutnature'l highest organism his study of the decomposition of Baseball Returns

they had been held to one run I Philadelphia__10 16 '2 TO SUBSCRIBERSIf the human being" in an effort to surgical wounds and discovered the

S:to the previous three games of the I Batteries: Rhodes, H. Johnson Increase life's span. So Dr. Leonor first antiseptic. : Wire
By
I set. Hockette Walberg and R. Ferrel yea do act receive your Mtehaelis. research chemist for the Fountain of Youth

9' II The Senators finally gained Berg; Mahaffey Dietrich Marcumand paper by 6:15 o'clock in the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Now American chemists are continuing
their second victory over the ., Besearch Informed the chemists.:
Richards afternoon call telephone 51 I
the studies of beer yeasts COME IN AND GET THE
work with tb'ls I
I Yankees in ten clashes this Laboratory
sea- and a paper will fee Hat to '
and fermentation In the effort to
RESULTS
I THE
OF
I iOn. but they had togo 12 long At New York R. H. E. your fceme. ,A complaint boy healthful beverage beer and attain objective'
an even greater
innings to gain an 8 to 7 decision Washington 813 0 is on duty at this office from study of Its pure brewing principles the prolongation of the human life i MAJOR BASEBALL
extend
after the league leaders had twice York' 7 18 2 cannot 'help but our' I LEAGUES0
I : New 6:15 to 7.15po m. for tbparpote knowledge of organic processes In span. Perhaps the flow of the .foun
rallied to tie the score Batteries: Whitehill Russell and of i I
delivering complaint which Ponce de Leon
I general and contribute broadly to Lain of youth -
I The Chicago White Sox closeda Colton; Tamulis Deshong Malone *. Help us give you 100 medical physiological biological' and millions of others have searched 1 I CIGARS CIGARETTES,

four-game series with the Cleveland and Dickey-Jorgens: Glenn. percent service by caling 51 and bacteriological research" de- for may be found In beer. I
Indiana with a vicious 8 to 0 if do not receive The Citi- i SOFT DRINKS
And I've run away from home!" said Alison. I victory after losing the first game we......l e..e e.......ee see.you 1 ETC.

Thank God for that!" he said. hearing a lot of lies. I wouldn't have of a doubleheader 3 to 2, their CLASS'FIEDCOLUMN I WEEKLY 1[
"
"If yon hadn't come this morning I written to.you. !If I hadn't known : third loss of the series. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN-20c

'was going to the police!" that!" Four straight singles by Bob

"To the police! Two hands and two pairs of eyes Johnson. Jimmy Foxx. Pinky Hg- .
can jay a great deal gins and Eric McNair in the last ..
"Yes. He answered"herivnazedlook 4 see.....................
with a nod. "But never mind of the ninth enabled the Athletics '-.
i that now. Tell me what's happened. lVHERE had I got to." be asked. !. to nose out the Boston. Red Sox Advertisements un0er'tbll lead

Alison told him briefly of her In- Welt anyway this old 10 to 9. :will be inserted in The Citizen at \ .

I man was ilL 1 could see that all The Detroit Tigers had a batting the rate of Ic a word for each I In.tertion FIRMSJ

:fol-lowed.' right. But his symptoms weren't In field day at the expense of but the minimum for the

as be heard add he muttered. "Good order.Sometimes he'd be almost well six St. Louis pitchers and took first insertion in eve-y instance II
Lord for a long time and then he'd
and almost admiringly. have 25c.
r-cth ends of a doubleheader from
"T'know. she's clever! A clever a relapse and. nearly die-for no Payment for classified advertisements .
the Brown, winning the nightcap
devil"'Isn'tshe reason at alL 11 to 6, after an 18 to 1 victory is invariably in advance Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
? agreed AUson.-So yon "His wife pretended to be terribly but regular-advertisers with ledger I Ir
in the The twin
see 1 didn't get your letter. Only I concerned about him but I knew tora opener. billing
have their
account advertisements
may -t
'felt that It she could go to 'those fact that she was running round drew 6.500 fans. 1 r
charged.
lengths, tearing up my letters, and with a foreign gigolo and I I The summaries j Advertisers sn.nld give their I
lying about me. abe must be lying grew rather auspicious Anyway I NATIONAL LEAGUE
street address their tel.
a* well as :
.about you too she wound upbreathlesaly. watched and got my nurse to watch. First Cam ,, AMERICAN COFFEE R 0 S E SNow
phonenumber if desire \
they re- JOHN C. PARK
"And--ana I thought and we noticed that the old maD'stelapses At Boston R. II. E. wits. ; THIS SPACE

I'd come and ask yon myself. I Just always came after nurse's I Philadelphia _. .' 3 12 .3 I With each classified advertise-I Offered in 3 Grades,
time when the wife bad been
off ;
'want to know the truth.
Boston, ___, r._.._ 9 15 1 Tnent The Citizen win give free an i Ib 2Sc FLORAL PIECES '''A
He said contritely. "It's all my nursing her husband herself. So I I 328 SIMONTON ST.STAR.. ;
fault! I've been a complete fool not took the bull by the horns and Interviewed Batteries: Bowman, Bivin Prim I)IsAntostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for !, LARGO tb t8c
to trust yon from the beginning. the lady and Todd; Brandt and Hogan, it. I II. ; SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
v. & S. Ib t5c.
"I told her that I did not feel satisfied Spohrer. : ,
Ton mean telling mea I'
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1 "That story TeL 1 realized last and that Intended to move the FOR REN1 I I P .L .u M' '].N U Buy It At Your Local PLANTS and VINES
night when yea-w Il1da't listen tome old nan Into nursing boa She SecoxJ Cam
what an abject utter ass I'd lost her temper with me and created At Boston R. lL E. I. BICYCLES 'WE "RENT by the Grocery Store PER MONT

been. It yon knew bow I've worried a frightful shindy but 1 stuck Philadelphia .__ .. ._..'15 203 Hour, Day or Week. Repairall I SOUTH FLORIDA
all night! 1 tell you I was on the to my point and told her that unless Boston __ 5 13 1 makes and paint them with" DURO PUMPS Roasted. in Key Welt by

point of going to the police. she consented I should have to get Batteries:' Johnson and Wilson; : Na-EnameL "We carry a full' t COFFEE MIlL ..' '
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"But why!" a Bpecialist's opinion.- i.: Cantwell, -Betts. Benton Frank- supply;of parts. Agent for the PLUMBING SUPPLIES, ,STAR NURSERY J" ..
"It's rather a long'tale. Let's find "That scared her and. she gave house and Spohrer. I Rellfast and Dayton Bicycles. 512 Greene Street ,$3 00
I somewhere where we can talk"They way. I made all arrangements to I .
And sell them as low as $5.00 PHONE 348 Phone 256
found a little basement cafe move my patient the next day and I PHONE 597I
Fint' Can anct11.00 week. We
with bright copper covered tables.It warned the matron of the home that dcrwn' per
was 12:15. The place was Just he was not to be left alone with his At BrooklynR.. H. E. [ Buy'and Sell all makes of used j

beginning to fill np but they chosea wife. 1 went 'round myself to see New York- __ '7 17 ::3 Bicycles. 'Phone 276. J. R. ,I

table.out of range of listening! ears. : him moved-and found him gone." Brooklyn -4 9 '2 I Stowers' company :615 Dual; SELECT SEA! FOODS I -READ HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

Even after the waitress bad taken "Gone Batteries: Caatleman Stout and street.' apr9-tf j ji lNS.URA.N'CE'J..fi.L

their order. they sat for a moment "Tea. She'd chartered a special Maneuso; Earmhaw Leonard I i THE KEY WEST
Just looking at each other. Oddly plane and whisked him off by air to Babich Munns and Lopez, Phelps I FOR RENT I II 2 Ih. Sk '

satisfying Just to sit and look at England! About three months later.' FURNISHED BUNGALOW-AUj Yellowtail Steak, Z u... _'35c Offices 319 Duyal5treel
him and smile! I saw a notice of his death In the Second Came I modern conveniences ,garage j i Yellowtail z'1ha.zs ; J
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London papers. But I'd one satisfaction ,At Brooklyn R. H. E i 636 "Wiltim! street Apply Val-J 0.1IBe' SUNDAY STAR -

"I'LL have to go right back to the anyway I noticed In the list of New York 572 I des Bakery jnlyl-6tl! Greuper. 2 Ih.. -25c TELEPHONE NO.1.

beginning to Just over a year wills that he had left nothing: as It Brooklyn 462: Snapper. 2 Iha. sibs 5

ago." be warned Alison "or you turned out he'd sunk It a:1 l In an Batteries: Schumacher and Man- I "PIANO TUNING Mutton Ft.b2 1ha._ 25c Sabsarption $2 Per Year
won't understand why 1 didn't tell annuity. So abe didn't make any 1 I Try Yr Mao AI
cuso; Zachary Leonard, Babich Key West's Only) Sunday -orDE-
the truth. !t was silly of me-Idiotic money by what she did and Lopez.At I PIANO TUNER, lanreano Moreno. i FRESH SHRIMP _

-1 ought to have known that yon (Copyriyktla,Evelyn sf. Winch Excellent piano for sale Paper Dtlmomco RtstaarQatw.tsar

couldn't have anything to do with It. II i FREE PROMPT -DELIVERY PORTER_AllEN
.but I'd bath having a devil of a time I tomerl'e.Allt on I learns more about Daphne Chicago R. H. E. cheap. 1018 Divisionstreet.jun24lmo'j BUllne.. Office Citizen .. Boer --_____ ails

Chicago Pittsburgh 791 9 17 1 I i iI LOWE FISH'COMPANY Building COMPANY Sis Ce.ra. Dia.... -----
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Batteries: Swift Blanton and I ROOMS J PHONE,1St PHONE 51 --------- 5Oc 7Sc. sad isle

Grace; Kowalik Lee Root, French ;
THE r.IUNRO"-Rooms: $2.00
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and "Odea.At .

$2.50 Double and and Single.$3.00 per 128 "N.week.E. AARON 'McCONNELL Our i. :
Cincinnati I Reputation Wrap. PRITCHARD
Hotelleamington
R. H. E.
: :; St.', -Louis -. 241 4th Street, lliami'P1 june2&-lmox*. '138_ Flaming Stn,t pod in enry package JENNIE B. DE BOER

Cincinnati _., I 512 0 FUNERAL HOME '

"Miami's Most PoPularHotelfrN. Freitas Batteries and:Lombard J. Dean!.>and Davis; FOR SALE ", 'Tb. 'P .of


E. lit Street at Biscayne Boulevard' FOR SALE=Baby 'High Chair. Watch PRINTING Dtgatfi.d Spapata..u. -

Overlooking Bayfront Park and,Biscayne Bay ... ...AMERICAN. LEAGUE Apply" 612-Eaton-atreet i Deets Ceara.yt

rant Gram jlyl-lt j t D DONE BY US
Opposite Union Bua Station At Cleveland H. H. E. NOTARY PUBLIC

One Block 'from"'Shopping District t Chicago...._.-. ...:.._.- 261 SECOND:SHEETS-600 for 50e.J -WATCHMAKER, JEWELER .-"THE- LICENSED EJBALKER

And Amusements ; Cleveland _....."...... .. 380 The Artman Press. ug7: AND ENGRAVER -
.. Batteries:' Lyons mnd 'Sewell; 1 I Ask.laaw .Sarah. -
LOWEST"'RATES 'EVER QUOTED! Pearson and "Phillips. WANTED Y See Sim For REDUCEDARTMAN ,PRESS

ALL PRICES

Single Room with Bath .- ----.....___. $1.50' Seeoad 'CaseAt 'WANTED..;.-3000 Key Westers to : Heevat P te 12-1 I.e Citizen Bldg. LADY ATTENDANT Citizen Office

Double Room with Bath _.___ 2.00 ; Cleveland "R* H. E. tho t.g'hJ7.: enjoy themselves on j PHONE 51
t Chicago 8 14 3 Fourthef July. Apply .daringthemorning Opoa 'Sat rd.y ftIlta P1. S4S N.e+..'31 p

'ALFRED SIMONS Manager Cleveland __._.._ ..._'0 7 2 at South .Beach.

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t e., : SOCIETY 1 PERSONAL; .i.T\ .1 UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED STEAMSHIP Co.


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;........... ..................................... Mrs C. H. Du Vual and daogh- Robert H. Givens Sr., arrived MAIL ROUTES FOR
: ter. Ruth, who. have been visiting yesterday from Miami for a vi.t
:Miss Juanita Curry And Angel with Mrs Joseph Norwood '905 with relatives and friends. FORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
Elizabeth street, are leaving this Effect!*. March lath. 1935

Delgado Married Saturday NightSaturday afternoon for Miami Mrs. James Walker and daughter Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays.
12:20 P. 31.Leave .
came in yesterday from'Miami I
Havana for Key West Thursdays and )loada,..
Mrs Julian Lankier who with for a visit with Mrs. Walker's
night 9 o'clock Miss t bliss Georgia Saunders brides- Mr. Langner and daughter Miss ents Mr. and Mrs. Asa par-I, ?r : N 4' days Leave 6:30 p.Key M.Tfck .West for Port Tampa Thursdays and
I
Juanita Isabel Curry'daughter' of maid, was gowned in blue organdie Barbara spent several months in b
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Curry, became with matching bonnet. Her I .to. a..rvalioa. ..4 I.UrMtioa Tick.! OffW .
Key West earlier in the year, arrived Attorney Jack Kirchik was an Mon-I
the bride of Angel Delgado. bouquet was of zinnias and lace f yesterday from Miami and arrival on the morning train yesterday MARIAN MARSH, I Deck, 'PIa_* 71

:The: wedding was solemnized in fern.Ft01ftk' after visiting! friends 'deft in the from Miami for a visit with COLUMBIA PLAYER .. ., _. J..... ,COST \R. qL
-&t.. Paul's Episcopal-Church,' Rrv "th'ls were Esther Mar afternoon. hw parents and friends. 11 PREFERS TO RIDE ''' I.I I.
Arthur B. Dinanick: officiating.The --- ----- -
lgaretifarfy, who wore a pink or- V "s IN COVERALLS
: bride was givwiuit..marriage.. i'!.I spndfcjtdress With bonnet of like Miss Helen Remsen. of Eye, Alton Albertus, who was in Miami ycZ- RATHER THAN o

fc> her father. \-I material and, in her basket pink 'New York,arrived yesterday to: for several days for treatment -i -: FORMAL RIDING 1

,..:Before the ceremony, Sam Goldsmith -'radiance buds and fern sprays,' spend an indefinite vacation as i of a fractured right arm,: ///J Jr f

of St. Paul's choir,. sang rand BsWCWpl ,who wore a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roland I returned yesterday.
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"Oh Perfect uov i. I yello organdie gown and carrieda Weatherford.Mrs. I & WALLACEfORDONCE ,
,Miss Curry Charming bride Mrs. Claude Gandolfo returned J&\ '
was basket of ferns"nd! 'sunflowers. I TOURED i t if.1
in a gown 'of whit: meusseline de yesterday from a visit of several CANADA FOR 2. iX., I
I Charles Percy Curry, Jr., was Annie Page left over the I %
soir with cap fitting"Veil of lace weeks with her parents at their YEARS AS LITTLESS\ t r
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ring bearer. He wore a white highway yesterday, morning and x'i
,net She carried bouquet home in New La.
an arm Orleans
| satin dress suit and the wedding will motor to New Orleans for al I I I LORD FAUNTLEROY. -
of stephanotis white roses and ICE
I circlet was borne to the altar in visit with her daughter:! Miss Wil- I USE
lice fern. Kenneth Know'es! son ofMr..
the heart of a large white roses. helmina Goehrint. who is a sum 1IT'S
S
She was attended by Miss) and Mrs. Robert Knowles left
.maid of honor,!1 The groom's attendants were mer student at Tulane University forMiami i, .rh+'
,Laurentina Torano )'esterday'Afternoon : d '
wearing a creation of green or-I Robert E. Curry, best,, man; and ,aMiss where he will spend while.with PURER! E

:'gandi with bonnet to match t,! Floyd Spencer. They wore conventional his uncle: and aunt Mr.\ and Mrs. LASTS: LONGER! I
blue suits with Nellie Louise Russell sec- 'A ? ? l
and carrying an arm bouquet of, serge Gavin Drummond.H. TRUCK
pink radiance roses and fern. sprigs of stephanotis in the retary in the office of the Penin- ; _L r WADED WTH

Mrs. Glenwood Sweeting matron -I lapels. sula Life Insurance company, left K. Winter, of the State =1"I r, }! S TONS OFr ICE' REFRIGERATORS

of honor, was dressed in ,or-. Following the wedding a reception Saturday afternoon to spend a Plant Board. Mrs. Winter and the i hit !/ V r/ DYNAMITE WAS I: f. Made' of all metal equip

vacation of three weeks in Jacksonville
held for the bridal lert ,
chid organdie with dainty bonnet J was children yesterday morning i f-SENTOVEKA I
of the same material and carried( party and relatives at the homeof over the highway for Orlando to CHARLEY ? RAP fW N f MOUNTAIN i 1l ped with WATER COOLERS I

W bouquet of pink radiance roses the bride with her parents in spend a vacation,of 30 days with CLIFF FOR Acv
WALKS IN OUT OF l They're Economical I I.I
NEVER OK
interspersed with sprigs of fern. ] Peacon Lane. Mrs. Manuel Domeneche. son, 5fVf/ AY / E 13!
Jon: and daughter;; .Alicia, 'left HIS BATUROOM -4IIESW/N6S .I I
U.'UUJ Saturday afternoon,!,foe West F'-was -an out- THROUG T/JDD R AYONA miHwm 100, Per Cent Refrigeration

:...................! .......!... I.,... ..#..... Palm Beach where they,will,spend after- tj OSUSOfhOfDA f DANGER t 't" Satisfaction

a while with another daughter,.of : York where
NO W AND THEN Mrs. Domeneche, Mrs. Gloria, 111rapend. vacation of several i.r: : !, J JI 1 Priced at i

I -:. { .,..- :; ..t Barker. .. weeks. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs J.. F. :I '_ :

(By STEPHEN} ocH' A i. SING LE1OIV, ) Cherry, left yesterday for; "their. : PLAN ANOTHER : $35
; ,. Mrs.. Armando Co'. and home in and
R. B. Roberts, of the Florida o daughter NewSmyrna! J l '
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.leas.aa.e..a.e.a..e.e..e.ae..a..a. Public Utilities company, 'Mra., Consuelo, let yesterday a'tern'oon .. I MEOLDY HOUR EASY TF.RMS--I0 DAYS

(Vi w' .r .pi. e.. .K. liant exception to the performances Roberts daughter Betty Joan and f Miami where they will I '
stressed ia The Forum arc of their troe of trained Mrs. Roberts' mother Mrs. Alonzo spend about two weeks with Thomas McRae. who wis spend I FREE TRIAL

I seals /"Wind Before Johnson left afternoonfor friends. ing a while with his grandmother, ;
solely these of the writer is the story Saturday i '
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Mrs. Sarah Lowe CO.i'
and other relatives The 5eventWe t Melody THOMPSON'S ICE
and aot ef Tfc* Citizen.) Morning! by Marjory Stoneman a vacation of two weeks in Miami '
left yesterday 'afternoon Hour will be '
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Douglas, in the issue of June the Miss Rose Marie Norcross, who '' given on Thursday, -INC.j .--
for his! home in Miami, accompanied July 11, according to announce-
Perhaps the recent NRA eighth. The Palm Beach society enjoyed a pleasant visit as guest I'
by Charles Saunders Jr., ment made '
deci-I gang is stripped of the glamor Mrs. Cornelia Sawyer and 0:: her cousins. Chief and Mrs today. ; Phone No. 8FOR ,
sion of the Supreme Court who will spend'! a while at the Mc- I Since the fifth Melody' Hour, .. tEr
with which sycophants have surrounded daughter. Miss Lois, left Saturday Harry Baker left over the high II
vindication of the Rae home. being of
; a 'presentation
it. ,If we may be per- afternoon for a visit with way yesterday morning for her opera
but to this writer it seems morel' II music, met with so much success,
mitted to paraphrase Shakespeare Mrs. Sawyer's son-in-law and home in Miami:: r t

likely hat it WAS vindication of we may cay that this story plainly daughter, Mr. and Sirs James E. t I W. A. Pairish, merchant of the program on July 11 will again
a'' feature,opera and music
bad precedent set by the points out that inequitable dis- Duane, at Long Key. Berl Finder, son of Mr. and Marathon, who was visiting briefly operetta :

tribution of ealth re-acU alike Mrs. B. Finder, left Saturday with his son and daughter-in-
Ralph -
Chief Justice: a precedent that to j I I Subscribe to The Citizen; .
J} upon the just and unjust and Kay Schutt formerly chief clerk afternoon for Four Oaks. law Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snow, -- - -
Jefferson seemed t
!Thomas fraught- "Curseth him that gives, and him of the FERA, left Saturday aft- :\. C., where he will spend a while left yesterday: afternoon for rl'.II'I' .I'I"II.lI'.ITI.iI' '
with peril. that takes. The body politic is ernoon for Jacksonville and Washington with relatives Marathon. '

For, there is nothing in the Con. afflicted with various sorts of en route to hU home in I ---- j jI ................................................

titution that gives to the Supreme parasites; Mrs. Douglas has givenus Buffalo, N Y. Marjorie Knowles left Saturday ..
Lain Dobbs. veteran of the :
of I I
enlightening study one
Court the power to veto the Congress an afternoon Tavernier to spend world war, left yesterday for Miami -, Ix
of the lowest forms. A. E. Woodburn business man
: and the President of these several weeks with her brother-in- instructed to report for a
of Marathon who was spending a law and sister Mr. and Mrs. PaulAlbrry. SALEtwostory
;; United States. John Marshall There must be a good many short visit with1 Mr. and Mrs. Vic- physical examination.

simply got away with it and only men among the hardy habitantsof ;,tor Moffat left Saturday for his I s it
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Andrew Jackson snice then, has the Florida Keys who learned home. Ralph C. Thompson son. of Mr. R
had the commonsense and the with real sorrow of the fact that I f Mr. and Mrs. Will Richardsonand and Mrs. Chester Thompson left .

"intestinal fortitude" to say, Gordon Oliveros of Ramrod Key i Earl Baker, Key Wester, who; daughter. Mire week Vests,of'who Mr. yesterday afternoon for Miami to :; -_--,
for ,
-\Vell. they have made their decision had joined the company of the I[was for many years employed at. were guests one join his mother who is spending ;
Pinder left .
Mrs. B.
and Ralph .
now .let's see them enforce Morgans the Mellons and the In- the naval station, now custodianof : a while with relatives. I
It." England seems to have a bit sulls to the extent, at least of 'the postoffice at West Saturday> afternoon for their home t K 1vl

the best of us in this matter. arousing Uncle Sam's curiosity. Ga.. and Mrs. Baker, pOint'l IP Jacksonville.John PALACELIONEL

When the representative of the For Gordon is a brave and gen- urday over the highway for a stay' who in Key x "Wj!
British electorate a law. it i.a is the several with relatives. Carey was BARRYMOREin
pass erous man and kind; of neighbor of days
I West for several weeks, left Saturday
law and there is no appointed would like to have if -
you .
afternoon for the home in ,
body that can veto the British perel beset you.. We are remindedof I Miss Jessie Brown who was MARK OF THE VAMPIRE ;
Miami.
Parliament. a few' lines front that early spending several! ,weeks with her Two Comedies Mickey Mouse
Nine King Canutes unanimously American classic. "Jim Bludsoe." old schoolmate. Miss Helen Claude I
forbid the tide to rise. It hasbeen "He warn't a saint. But at Jedge- William returned Saturday afternoon 1I.Irt.! Luther Pmder, dauitter. Matinee 10-ISc; Night 15Z5c 1 I, tIf /1 1tr
Mrs. Eola Swicegood and son left :/ t.ra' il IIB a1t1111 110a1+Mi
tried before without much tnent after a' most delightful'visit -
afternoon for Miami
luck.The I' I'd take my chance with Jim to her home in Staunton, Va. where yesterday they will spend! a short timeas KEY WESTCOLONIAL !
finest thing about the situ-
Alongside of some pious gentlemen -
of Mrs. Emil Larkin and i
ation is the demonstrated fact that'i 1 Norman Lowe, who had beenon then guests to New York for a visit HOTELIn yM A G-I: FAN i
the American people will, in an What wouldn't shook hands with a visit of several days at pointsup so i I
with Mrs Emma Wilson.
orderly way, go about making' him." the East Coast going as far as the Center' of the Businessand f AT TODAY'.

such changes as the times demand. ,(1 Of course it is' right and proper Jacksonville, returned to the city Mrs. Russell Putnam and daugh Theater District ;-; LOW rata $460

''I for Justice to take its Saturday evening over the high- f
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et : ap- ter. Miss Beth, who were spendingtwo First Clat*-Fireproof- : Or ONLY
pointed course (personally we' way. .1
weeks of Mrs. Baker
as guests
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SentibU Rates 1w
it won't It
hope come our way) Gladson. left yesterday afternoonfor _
his own colors and with his Jack \ of Ma- zki
move along as impartially as a Maloney, manager their home in Miami. Enjoy cool,relaxed comf'ortwith
nostrums 'plainly labelled, to in- vacuum cleaner; swiftly gatheringin loney Brother bakery in Miami COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI this high quality General -

noet late all and sundry with his the minor infractions and skipping arrived yesterday for an after.noon's Electric Fan.
Mrs.! F. E. Hall and son Har- Car.,. Elevator I
pet notions. But. there.is.aumething < and left later/for
anything like heavy nut. fishing t.
a byd'who' were visiting in Key The .non-oscillating
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the Pre
about Popular
.t derhanded contemptible in which the, "Sat-un-, Wy,wisji, we 1t-f\'ls\ much reason Miami r > is West with Mr., Hall's brother-in- J. i. G-E Fan'shown here is so

'way write'rsto"undcnnint to like all "good" peonje, as we I i id .. low in price that it is within
-urday Evening Post hires Charles Lunn. who was in St. .. L -
respect for oiimfe ji-, hav to like .tWsffcip; Van Winkle Augustine for examination p< t1.e { the reach of anyone

reeen tali yes"and to befog imnurtv' &JAe Keys who,nevri refused a yes at the Florida East. ,C ait Here's real FAN VALUE I

ant issues under the gui. of t is Your HOOF Readu you cannot afford to pas|
$ sly .CHIV"o cold.YltfC Jt9",,a .thirsty hospital, returned yesterday accompanied
tertaining us with fiction. A bnl-. up. Call and see,but cpnj-,
soul the for by Mrs. Lnnn and f '
; man wnom.. roses ion
: '' 9.1umishcl1 home and lot at 1307 Whitehead -
bloomed Arthur who were spending; a few WEATHER ;/pletelineorphgnefoiahorrlel i i J
of Ramrod's for BAD '
rocky soil, ? .
MONROE THEATERDick days with Sirs Lunn's brotherinlaw :trlal.There'ilO.EFa for street. In exclusive neighborhood Beautiful view

Powell-Gloria Stuart and whose name is written, not and sister Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer every room in'the home. of the sea and overlooking Coral Park
on the rolls of those who have Courtney. t r
Kay FYancis-Georg Brentin I For price and tends apply to
{ exploited Floridafor their -
own
i COST LESS TO BUN
GOLD DIGGERS OF 193S ''gain, but indelhbly imprinted in Mrs E. E. Hood formerly Miss '
I I i THAN A LIGHT BULB
Texas Welch who .
Matinee Balcony, lOej the, roster of those who have actually was spendingtwo L.,P. ARTMAN,
Orelaea'J I weeks with her mother, Mrs. I .
tra, 15-20 NJgfctt lived
with Florida.ll..lI..l .
| Sarah Welch j
and toisterlI.lrs. Hen- The Citizen Office

ry Saunders, left yesterday for t
fI THE KEY WEST : :
the home in Miami accompaniedby or
I"III'.JT.lI.I I Miss Catherine : ELECTRICCOMPANY i .
Thompson, who '' ': '
I Residence, 1309 Whitehead
Street
will .
spend some time with the

Hoods Repair or Replace' ROOFS Now: :

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OLD. PAPERS / I /
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sure roof is ready for bad
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weather. If it is worn you may profit:

fDON'T by re-roofing now, before prices advance. ll d

.FOT' Sale Let us tell you about Carey Shingles and .be 1J.ll"'i _

S, HANDICAP Roll Roofings-the standard for aver 60 'Don't '

.........,.............. YOUR CHILD years. We will be glad to give yen} a ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

I If his vision is defective he free estimate on the Carey Roof r it. "
OrTTTV T5"Tee tl* erisfewf baM 100% P'n PaW
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laboring nn'der disturbing which will best suit your needs.A =c_ .Sure! IO X MADE IN BALTIMORE.
handicap in his work, in i nun run
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5 Bundles for his a- lOOk for 1 Davis 100% P.f. Paint ....*aftca- kea mat
play, on his entire I ,
5c SII 1 nervous S SOUTH FLORIDA CONTRACTINGA / *** ttd.he other'<.plK t A, .
system; on his mental and t "" 1 UHA; Label miss. r
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S 25 in bundle S physical alertness. It's your A ENGINEERING COMPANY, *** -ftrH 3 .".100. p%.*..Pore l w.P.6rt ao4 If conlbnM IM only-puac with :=.:=:.'-

duty to know whether he needs Whit. A Eliza St.. PJ o.. ,S9SR. that came a gnnotcc of p>nty>' =
glasses or not. We will tell PAINT
you honestly Coek for/hisCtit,11Uft en the LabelKSp5& -*
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THE KEY WEST CITIZENttt"I.I.I'IIIIIJjI ii we....___.ours.." .............. 1- .:....af_... -_
DR. J. A. VALDES All .wleae as .... y la .....s.. ... .... eDMIen-'YJ

I OrtLeg.. S.ft-Lit. LK B... e NX-S AND SHiNGvES TIEERMVISCftG.' c..... .-., '.,. MLTDIIEMD".

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