The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
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AftsocUted For 55 Yeara Service.Press Devoted Day- to WIri the -. 1Et 13C 1k EPI! W! cst CitBeti( most range country Key West equable of; only with Florida weather 14*an Fahrenheit, average has in the the

Best Interests of Key West

VOLUME LVI. No. 165.
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Sir Malcolm Campbell Plans MAKING PLANSTO MELODY HOUR PROGRAM PRESENTED Capitol Asks If President, Buffeted By


OliBOO Miles :Opposition Will :Drop> Whirlwind Attack
MjAMTGROUP The seventh Key West Melody I work enhanse this type of ,

Hour the Colonial melody.One -- -- .
last night in ----- -

An Ho InifeNew: Attempt 'MEMBERS OF BUSINESS AND of Hotel opera was and a operetta very enjoyable music. hour gay ready cavaliers to could fight almost a who duel were for picture the always favor the! GILFOND GIVES FULL EXPLANATIONOF Shown'-That Roosevelt By

PRO(!-:SSIONAL WOMAN'SCLUB i As customary Margaret Zinaida
of a lady, when Mrs. Sawyer led
Must Choose
von Mjetk-Jauba played the Pro- I Necessity
WILL ARRIVE TOMOR. the audience back to the times of NEW
: visional Theme Song "A Melody ,
I corrupt court life, with all its
in A" by Tellier. .. Between Two Vastly Dif.
Titled Englishman Has LOCAL ROW BY TRAIN frivolities which finally led to the -
The first number on the pro-
gram was the "Leichte: Kavallerie" French Revolution. Her presen- DRILL Discussing: the Works Progress f ferent MethodsBy
Picked New Grounds In SISTER ATTENDS tation of the "Minuet" from Wolfgang PLAN
overture (Light Cavalry by Franz
Plans were virtually completed A. Mozart's opera "Don Administration, which is to suc-

His Desire To Smash von Suppe. Miss Dorothy May- Juan" was characteristic and ceed: the present Florida emergency -
SUMMERSCHOOL today for entertaining members of field Knowles played this num- charming.Once FOR JUNIOR relief administration M. E. I BYRON PRICE

ber in accomplished style beginning the'violin of Miss, Gilfond, administrator in Key (Cater .f Bvreav. Tae AssociatedPros
Own Record the Miami Beach Business and more t .
{ the Melody Hour with an interesting WsmhlBst'
L Yates with Miss Curry at the PATROL UNIT West, told the press today: it will
SIST.ER 1EDWINA McMULLENOF r Professional Woman's Club, who treatment of this rather,' piano entertained the audience I take from 30 to 60 days to There are growing signs that
difficult piano compo5 tion. with with a selection from "Martha", I fect the transition.All ef-I from the standpoint of political
changing I
A..r.td Freu) : will arrive in Key West'tomorrowby its different moods and
(CI"" MARY IMMACULATE IN. an opera by' Friedrich von Flo- of the necessary strategy alone, the Roosevelt ad.
Utah July 12- tempi.
SALDURO train I, tow. are to be made slowly. Men whose miaistratioB decisive
STITUTION STUDENT OF I for the week-end. Mietk- has arrived at a >
Margaret Zinaida von I
The matter of speed Sir Malcolm i Miss\ Yates studied music at the MORNING UNDER SUPER. family needs are the greatest will
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY i The group will include approximately Liuba rendered the song "Das, John B. Stetson Univeristy in De-II to the fins ones transferred, and
I Glueckerl" (Happiness) from the I VISION OF M. V. PLANT Faced for the... first timo with
Campbell will assault his own ;l I L&nd. Florida. after her graduation M> on until all of those now on the i:
50 members of the club I
German "Das Gluecks- stern opposition sides,
operetta os otaay
relief rolls have been'
i from the Music School of the 'SWIMMING INSTRUCTOR emergency :
world's record OB. a olry lake this I maeder-f1;1 (Lucky Girl) by Robert!! transferred to the'Works Progress! the President most choose between >
(M.elaf '.. ... 'THIsr*) and a few of their guests, accord. Convent of Mary Immaculate. She
Stote. This is a slow waltz, with I"
instead of Florida's 'w ASIUNGT 'b.'C': July 12. obtained considerable practice Administration. I' two vastly different methods -
nnuner oa ; ,
ing to word received here from phrases' full of emotion, and its
; I through her association with the )lr/'Gilfond announced that he. withtho
--Sister Edwina McMullen of the of combat. Ho can go on
I A'drill will be tomorrow
tint"'the'' interpretation was appealing. asked for increase of 10j
damp strand.. Ho rretl' those in Junior Symphony Orchestra! in. I has an .
Miami Beach who
Convent of Mary Immaculate are ar- There yfere no less than four I Portland, Oregon. I!morning at the submarine ,base percent over the stipulated wages t I "wnirlwisMT style of campaign

Mad at Daytona Beach, Fli.-'thJ Key} ; West, Flay is among the fifteen ranging the trip to the Island. : Compositions .by Giuseppe Verdi,1!I The very beautiful aria "Celeste I for members of the Key West for workers in this area and C." ; piling; attack on attack, or

spring to establish Ih.m.rk ofi ''hundred students registeredfor the Italian maestro whose sin-, Aida" from Verdi's opera "Aida."I II Junior Beach Patrol, it was i an- B. Treadway. federal works administrator he sea withdraw to new gro.o4,

the> largest Catholic Summer City. They wlil be guests'of'the gularly beautiful melodies have I difficult at a piano solo, 'was'offered !flounced' to day by the recreation has promised to give :, reform' his lines, and seek to outwit *
276.816 miles am boar a scant written musical history. I I by Miss Knowles. I the matter his consideration. The I
Colonial HoteL
School in the United States and The first of the Verdian num-l Another number from the same I. department of the Key West Ad present established monthly rate I the enemy by guile and de.

four mile bettes than hU 1933 the largest enrollment ever re- Mrs. Ann Martin is presidentof bers was the "Drinking Son "I I( opera was the "Grand March."; ministration. The drill starts atj of pay is $22 for unskilled labor; !i liberation. Mack may depend oa

mark. H. want to make it 300. 'corded at the Summer sn ion of the the club, but details in connec- from the opera "La. Traviata"., Mrs. Sawyer gave a fine reproduction 10 o'clock and will be under the $32 for I'emil'kitled12; for I his decision.

Catholic University of America at tion with the trip are being hand- Meg Mary Elizabeth Grillion Sawyer of this military music in the supervision of M. V. Plant, swimming skilled labor and $46 for professional I On March 4, 1933 Mr. Roose
Th. titled Englishman has pick. I' organist of the First Meth-. technical
lend of the Pharao. it being her and men. :
Washington, D. C. : velt assumed his new duties with
in Miami\ Beach Miss Ellen instructor.
lied[ by odist Episcopal Church in Key: outstanding When a worker is transferred i
; presentation. !
ed the Boaaevillo salt beds' Bear The twenty-fifth summer ses- McKenzie.The West played this pong with an. The vastness of the Hungarian I All three life guards will be at' from the FERA to the WPA he :'' a stroke of bold leadership which

her a. the course for hU next sion opened on Monday, July 1,IS. visitors will be welcomedi expression which lent it atmos-. Puszta. the daring boldness of the base during the drill, eli.minat-I ceases to come under the classification I' won him international admiration.

but enrollments were not closed i a luncheon at Delmonico's tomorrow phere. It is generally difficult to Magyar noblemen, and the love.1 ing any possibility of danger, it : of a relief client and be- In the words of the prize ring

race against time. Sir Malcolmwill until Wednesday July 3, when I by Mayor William II. Malone \ reproduce opera and choir musicon intrigues': of passionate Hungarian was said. comes an employe of the govern- (used here because none other is
the piano alone, and it requires ladies were reJected; in the commodore's ment. He is expected to work 130 out
ho alone the isolated students: from forty states, the quite BO expressive) he came
not on The schedule follows
and others who to be at :
are skill on the keys and pedals to interpretation of selec- hours monthly, or over a periodof
speedway .because; at least three District of Columbia, Canada, Holland -1 the speakers' table include Mrs. produce the proper effects. I i tions from the operetta; "Die Csar- 9:30 a. m., Assembly at Coral four weeks. Which has been : of his corner fighting. The recog-

China and British India had William R. Warren past. ; president Another Verdi composition de-I| d uerstin" (The Csardas Princess Isle Casino. scheduled at 6 1-2 hours daily for : nized courage and confidence of

'other foot-heavy' pilot have in.Heated registered for courses offered by of the Woman's Club. who will lighted the audience, with Commodore ) by Emmerich Kalman. 10 a, m.. Drill Formation at five days each week, totalling 130 his dealing with the bank crLis; :

they will visit the bar. the University. preside for Key West; :Mrs. Mart t von Mietk-Liuba, II. D. The last bars of the Theme Song Submarine Base. hours in four weeks. :I{ changed the whole national atmosphere -
in, Miss McKenzie and Stewart W., playing two selections from drew together the threads of' a I These pay rates and the time overnight.
.....d salt deposit this year in at. Thirty-seven departments of instruction -I relations i the opera "II Trovatore". His variety of melodies bringing to a 10:10 a. m., Squad DrilL schedule have been announced for I I Since then, however many

staffed by 117 professors I Key -I full blending touch, acquired under -: fitting close another pleasant I j a. Front Approach and Cross this area and it is understood !; things have happened.

tempts to better tbo record( of the a number of whom were istration. I Italian music professors of the Melody Hour. Chest Carry. there will be no changes unless I Opposition Dawns

speed knight from Snrrvy. drawn from colleges and universities During the afternoon a" sight- I Italian op ra school is well suited I,' Through out the presentation b. Breaking Double Wrist Lock I made by the federal works administrator -l'I It is unnecessary to review the

throughout the United Feeing trip around the island h to the interpretation of this type the canary bird in the" lobby joined I I story in detail in order to realize
The Bonneville dry lake 113 planned! and tomorrow' night the I of music t| the other instruments and add- -Hair and Head Carry. Asked abort projects for Key that since that first expenence

miles west of Salt Lake City, has States as well as members of the visitors will l>e entertained at the I I 'A delightful variation from ed a delightful charm to the melo- c. Rear Approach-Cross CheM West Mr. Gilfond replied that six l| the administration has relied

public school systems of Baltimore Habana-Madrid. Club. A, special( : piano presentations was thso.*. diel --- Carry and Proper Pull on Dock. projects have been approved by heavily bn the power of swift intrepid -
..deposits .of,j)8) ..per, .cent smooth ,. the District of Columbia entertainment program is being:: ,! lection from the opera "The Bohemian -::I This hour of music. presented t d. Under Water Approach-I. Mr. Treadway and forwarded to attack.Momentum.
hard salt\ varying from; one to 40 the several United States i: Cross Chest Carry. Washington for final approval. As
governmental arranged there by George Mills Girl" by Michael Balfe.)j every second Thnrs-day, has become I has been reckon i a
feet in depth. This dry spot in departments and the Lib-I I White. t| Miss\ Alee Curry was an able accompanist -i| one o' the institutions of the I e. Schaeffer Method, Artificial goon a* these are returned work prime factor in the "new deal"

the Great American desert! is 30 rary of Congress Staff, will give Nothing is planned for Sunday to Miss Norma Magdalena cultural life of the city. It not Respiration. I will begin, possibly within two and the momentum from earl

miles long and from 10 to 15 the 332 courses offered by the'I morning, but at 2 p. m. a massed Yttes offering: of this se- only permits of a study of the different 11 a. m.. Individual Drill.a. I weeks. f'success has been taken advantageI
miles summer session. drill by a crack team wlil be staged -: lection on the violin. It is always players and their technique Throwing Ring Buoy from f Sewage and other larger projects of to help get the next succeeding
wide. Such deposits of lesser area The present registration mark : but it also Dock.b. were not discussed but have I I
at Bayview Park. Later: the, a pleasure to listen to this and interpretation I [ venture under way.
are common throughout the western an increase over that for 1934 by I group; will attend the cocktail : team to the brilliant technique stimulates the players themselves. Throwing Ring Buoy from, been deferred for several weeks f There was no denying that for

states and, like 'Bonneville, approximately two hundred stu- hour at Rau!'" before departing I I of the violinist and to the understanding -I I into greater efforts to give better Boat. when Julius F. Stone. Jr.. Mr. I months this fast-moving assault

are slick as glass. dents and continues the record es- [ by train for the return to Miami. partner at the piano. I and deeper performances. e. Proper Pull into Boat. Tre d.'ay. Deputy Director of I had Mr. Roosevelt's political ad-

These "roadways" are' in perfect tablished by the Catholic University Miss Dorothy Mayfield Knowlas, Because of acoustic conditions,i 11:35 a. m.. Recall Federal Works Operations E. A. i I vervaries groggy and disheartened.and .

condition during the dry among; other i institutions for'! Gb1T I another of the outstanding plan..1 it is O(2rnU.d"i'ed: to hold future -I 11:50 a, m.. Back to Casino. Pynchon and Conrad Van Hyning. hanging on the ropes.I .

months when the temperature may higher learning for increased enrollment CARNES i"b.nf. the Island City gave her,'[ Melody Hoirs again in the I Florida relief administrator, will There was a time when even

go up to 120 degrees, but duringthe in both the Summer ses- C' ver film of "Valse Lente" from the Writing Salon as formerly done, meet in Key West to discuss these I the most partisan republican,

winter they are softened by sion and in the Graduate School of i i! TO TORTUGAS, ballet "Coppelia" by Leo Delibes.i .I I instea:1 of in the lobby of the I EQUITY LODGE and other important matters. !speaking privately.. would not admit
moisture. Bonneville may be Arts and Sciences. .- Between the present time and
hotel. ;
I Her fight touch and clean pedal of even an outside chance:
during the stormy season, the end of the month Mr. Gilfond
gooey I I _. ___ INSTALLS ITS I that the President could r- 41,'<-
but when evaporation occurs in -- I said there will be a number of
1 I feated for reelection in 1936.
the spring the surface spreads out PARK CONCERT I i MARINE HOSPITAL SURGEON I NEWPROJECTV persona now on the relief rolls out Then opposition began gradually
nnoothy again glistening out JURY ACQUITS NEWOFFICERS. of employment. These will bei
TO VISIT SCIENTISTS to revive both in and mt
snow in the sunlightOrganizations MUCH ENJOYED t those whose: dependents are fewest -
of and the 4upremecourt's
interested in Sir AT LOGGERHEAD KEY YOUTH and those without any de- : ;
Malcolm Campbell's run over the! --:-- I V SOCIAL GATHERING FOLLOWED pendents.. It is necessary to effect opposition an entirely new gave courage .
lake are developing a straight a saving of approximately $10-t
FIRST OF SERIES PUT ON which was reflected at once
away track approximately Dr E. H. Carnes, surgeon in OPPOR .. in .
needsthat It iVERDICT RETURNED AT 4:20 : With the of the WPA
Briti her
The program
miles long. :(
BY HOSPITALITY BAND charge at the Marine hospital! !, .'.',-BY ORDER ON THURSDAY Gilfond Plans Go AwryThe
distance: to get his "Bluebird" s TUNITY TO LEARN [ i in progress Mr. concluded I >
TdndeV! .
on:, he Lighthouse O'CLOCK THIS AFT- reply from the RooseveLcamp"
in the LAST rleft. I those wl o-are on the payrolls -
going and stopped &YENING. I ')" this morning for Loner-I [ EVENING il 1 I was a renewal of the at.I .
in the
MANY will be
expected put
mile run. The course can. pie ex- .. .. ------ I head Key, where he will e ERNOONAfter'deliberating : will be dismissed 'I I tack. There is no doubt in 'the
hours provided'or they
tended to the "shores" If desired. t tI
the week-end of the
I over group : .mjnd of any well-informed person -
Those expected to seek the The first of a series of concerts of scientists pursuing their bioJogical I J .. I Newly elected officers were installed peremptorily.' Jacksonville) the "' administrator I in Washington that the'Predent's ;,
While in
crown and mantle of Campbell J(include : to.be.given .by ,. the Key I experiments at theCar- : 20 minutes I SIGRID ARNE' at the regular meeting of who''' returned last-,' :press-eonferenee remarks
Ab Jenkins, Salt Lake t ityl.West Hospitality- .Band -ass presented jiepie laboratory. '|) I ** i lily AnmarUtut Press) '' Equity Lodge No. 70 I. O. O. F.. ; I about a "horse-anl-buggy-daya";
man who holds a number of last night at-IB Bayview From Loggerhead Key the.:tbis! afternoon the jury trying the, WASHINGTON July f2.-.t a i Thursday night. night had the the rolls opportunity in other of look partsof I[construction of the constitution

records for various distances, and Park. Poppy will proceed to Pulaski1! I case of Attorney George G.' few weeks John Smith, 18 years: District Deputy Grand MasterJ. I ing the over state and he stated that were designed to give funo-i:" mo-

Maj. John Cobb and Capt. GeorgeE. George Mills White in chargeof Shoals to land Machinists Harry{f I old, of Any Town the United 1 M. Humbert officiated, ably assisted man for man Key West has reeeiv- 1 I mentum once more to his poi! 'm>" --

T. Eyston both of England. the. music section of the Key! Shaw and William Vassie. of the Brooks, charged with embezzlement States, will take his place in a'' by District Deputy Grand ; ed more relief money than in any :i; Neither is there any doubt that
Jenkins has covered 3,053 miles,. West Administration, said this Lighthouse department, who will ,' work or Marshal R. R. Bertram, D. D. other section.CUBA !| the strong condemnation of those
in a dawn-to-dawn test around the I I morning that a constant effort 'I install the illuminating apparatus -|!;[ returned a verdict of not, registration line seeking Grand Warden James Cooper and 1 remarks from, various quarters

lake.Sir I f is being made by the band ensemble -. in the lighthouse recently!I II guilty. The case went to the! study under the new national D. D. Grand Chaplain W. P. Arch ; caused shocked surprise in some

Malcolm believes he has attained to improve the programs erected at the shoals. youth program. ,,-,r. TRANSPORTS j high[ places. A further surprise
the highest speed he can I which are being offered and that I jury at 4 o'clock and at 4:20 at He may have his high school Officers installed! were: attack was planned; the tax mes&age

with his seven-ton racer on the patrons of the band could pro j diploma but no pay check, no Noble Grand--Glenn Archer. i. diverted attention and firs\*.
beach and has decided a salt bed erly anticipate: ) Letter P111s I HOLLERICH TO verdict was. reached. 1 i money to go to (college no experience Vice Grand-George F. Arch 140 PASSENGERS I vided new momentum for a time.

offers his only chance to boost the in the future. Arguments were started 3' at work and no chance toget er. J, But within a few days the new

mark. He was sorely beset by I I The audience response to last II) BE BURIED HERE t I I any. The street corner or the Past Grand-Robert A. Mc- Steamship Cuba, of the P. and tax policy, too, found admini-tra-
o'ilock this afternoon right after ,
bad weather conditions last springat night's concert seas considered neighborhood baseball lot may be Gee. O. S. S. company arrived yesterday -I lion plans bogged along a seemingly -

Daytona. I highly gratifying: the midday recess. Allan B.I his only outlet for energy. Recording Secretary-J. M. afternoon from nay na with I endless trail, of controvXezt ---,.-.

All of the trials held here this I Cleare. county solicitor prosecuted |' His father may be getting work. Humbert. 90 first class and nine second { came the insistent White

summer will be made under sanction -I BABY SHOW ATPARii1oRROv BODY WILL ARRIVE' TOMOR- and ) \-. Brooks, acted in, relief payments or he may be Financial Secretary-F. F. Hoff. class passengers for Key, ,West; \ House call for a rallying-round

of the American Automobile: ROW ON HAVANA his own defense* j working for such low wages he man. 38 first and three second claw, for to stare ; Uje!} utilities bill. The
association. I r i can do nothing for his son except Treasurer-William MendelL Tampa. Of 'the 140' passengers : ho J'lriufed' byoverwhelm-
( \ SPZCIAL Before the jury was secured provide roof and meals. Warden-Harry Stirrup. there were 65 aliens. J lyreie ing'the call
this morning, special venire of I the 'Conductor-James Cooper.
a When John goes registration The ship sailed 6:30:: o'clock for -
ANNOUNCEDEATH summoned. The!I line at the national Chaplin-W. P. Archer. 1 '
1C talesmen was Tampa with 49 and
I There ,,'ilf be a baby show put t| The body of, Henry Hollerich, other regular venire of 18 and arpeeial youth administration office in I R. S. S.-Chas, OlivierL KristaL I freight. pasengem I i'! \ASK FUND FORt

OF ROSIER CAllS: on Sunday afternoon 5 o'clock. al t i: who died Wednesday night in the venire of 12 were ex- Any Town, where he lives. he will L. S. S.-Phillip Steamship Ozark. ,of Abe Clyde-

\ Bayview Park under the auspice: :I i state hospital for the demented, hsusted.I II meet citizen-volunteers who will I R. S. N. G.-R.Russell R. Bertram.Hoff. Mallory Lines is due in port tonight I!! NAYALSTATION
| ol U S. N. G.-
thee I be trying to solve the problems Orleans en
of the Kappa Pi i Y Club. {. will arrive in Key West on from New I
i The jury which was finally se- the out-of-Bchool, out-of-work R. S. V. G.-Gerald Lloyd. and Jacksonville.HABANAMADRID .
Havana tomorrow. route to Miami
Special :
Rosier D. Babies may be brought on t i I .
Catts, son" of former j Funeral services will be heldi "lected consists of: Gregorio Rod- youth of their city. L. S. V. G*-Edward Cruz. I n> .AMrtete Pres.)
and entered at the tim Governor Sidney J. Catts, of platform I I tell them of his Inside Guardian-C. B. John J.ly 12.
Florida died Monday in the veterans of the contest; it is stated. Sunday afternoon 5 o'clock from''i I rignez, Cecil Curry Ignacio Avila, I, John will previous WASHINGTON,
hospital at St. Peterrburg. .1! the Lopez Funeral Home chapeL''I I J. M. Varela, Ed. F. Cranch and education and his cone Thaddeni CLUB -TJa. navy department asked
Yourself! Rev. W. M. Reagan: of St. Mary's I! I I There will be three avenues h Outside relief administration
Funeral services were held in De- Don't Fool Joseph S. RusselL j Saturday NightDANCE the work
; Gates.
in some
will of take-job training
of the Sea Church can
II Star ,
Funiak Springs BANANAS ARE READY for feeds t. carry net nmmbor
yesterday.Mr. Archer.
ficiate. All of the morning hours after j school office or factory;work on I, Cian-Ceorge:
Catts was at one time a I TO EAT WHEN THEY I I I Degree Master-James S. Day. 1 .f projects, inclad.iif -
work-relief planned
his secured taken project
Hollerich the
i Mr. is survived by jury was were some
resident business of here.Key West and was in ARE NICE ANDYELLOW widow; two daughters Mrs. Alton 'I up with the examination of wit-:| specially for persons of his age;;;; After the meeting the Noble For Member and Guests SS440O for rebniMinc
During that 1
period 'I resets. the last The annuli Grand was host to the lodge during II..
he married Miss Elaine Parks and Miss Anna Hoi.I After testimony!| or further schooling. the finfer piers at Key
bury of Key Wet. who. with Al-\ Ask for them at your "r' i I lerich; one son, Arthur, and two, I was In Judge J. Vining Harris ordered i.he takes will be determined in I a social gathering. when refreshments Script $1.00 West naval station.

their three children, survive him. A. VILLATE t grandchildren. a a recess until 3 o'clock. J part by the local committee. were served.

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FRIDAY JULY 12, 1935
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'QZ t : t liEhSi i! STATESMEN VS., HYPOCRITES' I ............ ........

I; punished, Dally Kxc pt Bandar py I UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED !|[l TOp 1Y S FEATHER V i 1|I Today's: Horoscope i

THE ciTiiEV rcBUsm-!' co, ytc: Every national or economic crisis develops II f.........................

l.' f. ABTJlix. |......eat both'statesmen and !hypocrites.It ... As the day advances:the natureof

"JOE ALLEY. AMlsta-t'Itisen'Thiildingt H..m JI..e takes: much. less brains, or courage I i 1 Temperate- '4 WEATHER CONDITIONS. I the native of today becomesmore

from The" 1f Highest _..._ .... 11...___89 I 'f .
f 1I gentle, wit taste for
Greene and a music
Aan'9treetshill to be a hypocrite than to: be a statesman. j
1 Lowest .. 81'I! The northern disturbance has I
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/ It takes nerve to tell the truth to I :.. ...... ... :::.: :1 i in which! a position as leader
peapie 0 1 Mean 85'Normal moved eastward to the St.
( Dally Newspaper County.In Key West' and Menroa. who"have been miSled'or misinformed. j r i. Mean :::::::_:: ?:;:::::: 83 Lawrence Valley. Father upper Point.'I I carries treat opportunities if {tbe

strain .of held
Entered at Key west Florida.'as second cln. matter The State of Oregon is fortunate in Rainfall'Yesterday's Quebec 29.52 inches; while aj irritability in
Precipitation T. Ins. controf. The day generally bring
11Kt i
General Charles H. j I IMarfm High pressure area is crested this!
nrrr-BiXTa TEAR "a governor, Normal Precipitation .... .09 In.T.I. ."*. reputation.
MeMfcer ef jlke Asseetatesl rust who sticks by his-.oat of office gV 5. rer.rd. re..rl'1l ::.-laa.r ...... .4 morning over the northern Rocky'
t ,. rmaime It t, *'rl wk t....'__.?> Mountain States and extends" I Subscribe to
i ealtward' Tne Citizen,
The A.eoelatedpre.{ | exclusively( entitled i to use ana says, when "I was inaugurated, I became J 'S .i q' i Tomorrow's Almanac -
fur dispatches 1 0 ..,- the Plains States:
republication of all news credited into
to '
It or not otherwise' in-this paper and also governor of the whole people, and Sun rises -I..|... ......... 55.m.; Rapid I ..Jseb..rlllt.s ......I.C 11..1"
tb. local news published credited hero that: is'what I intend.. to. be. throughout. my r Sun sets ._.:. ............ 7 20 p. m. City, X. D.. 30 32 inches. and pressure -i! THE SEMINOLE
term." yIn Moon rises ........... .. 5:13 p. m.: continues. high eastward from i; .

EDITORIAL 0 The daoti ti ti $ Moon sets h."_".",.,, 2 53 a.. m.Tooaorrow' .: the South \tlantic 'States. Bermuda ,I
YlNATIoHAL} ([) ... j dealing with the lumber strike in LLt Ltoz" j ,i.i' 1Carrillo' -, Tides : 30.22 inches. Showers and -... A.

: : 1933 Oregon and Washington, Governor Martin A.M. r.sr.: thunderstorms Lave occurrd'since, spa I jialccf -.
example for f horns hawt t ; Dfixnuur ttJuJiatlBarfUtt ** High .... .. fill: fld2Low I'jeerday: morning in northern t;
all :
sets officialsin '
aVBSCRIPTI0YaRATEl! : an public .t talvrv'tAilt i first .... .........1204 12:23!1 Florida and portions of Georgia f5f.i,. t
i a4fJ.ek..sfllie
ODe Tear ". -- -f 10:.. handling. l labor. disputes. He says: ieirt; 1 'Va i ndGuf R vrumtui'sCnUMttta Barometer 8am. today: ; and South Carolina, being heavyat d, j;,.. Ij 4...
Ldlr tlwi hiss .
Six Months __ .. -' 110 "Alen' have a right to picket and the Sea level, :30.09.!>>; Charleston, S. C., 2.68 inches I ; h. '

One Three Month'Hontba" ..150,.tS right by moral suasion to try to get other WEATHER FORECAST Light to moderate from'th'e rains upper have Lake'reJrion alsooccurred : ,-m

Weekly -. .. ':0"DVER'I'ISnrO ;pen to stay away but when thugs andscoundrels eastward over Quebec and .

lade known on application. Portland tried to do to a mill in Forest I titesta Key Nest and Vicinity Partly Temperatures are abnormally high I'A human home-like- mutilation
+ I his "morning from the routhern where will find .
you r .r I.*"1..1
SPECIAL' NOTICBAll Grove, that's intimidation. cloudy; tonight and Saturday, eM r.rl sad eaier..lB..es>f a tnatler -
i ami bhio'Valley east
readingnotices, cards of thanks, resolutions of I i of great iinportanrc
respect obituary notices, eta:, will bo'charred. tot at I "Everyone has the same rights under !- o.t ;" ward over the north and middle : -

.the rate of 14 cent a line. the Constitution. -man or woman, rich or --lJ I Atlantic States .and maximum I A steel flre.r*.f kutMlas totaled
Notice for'en'leriainmente: by churches from which readings were above 100 degrees !. the heart et the eltyFvrrr
a revenue lcbe derived are S Vents a line. poor, white or colored."If ltoori : sgam yesterday! in Kansas! !, Oklahoma -I -

The Citizen Is an open "forum and Invite .discussion a man wants to work and an em- ; Robert AILn and northern Texas. and.Sho..r Room with Combination Tub.
public issues stir wtarj syrfas ISath, Radio rlertrieI
of and subjects of local or general a
Interest b\It it win not publish'-anonymous' 'communlcatloaa ployer wants to hire him, that man should malt ela&oraZe costume In lave ttte trJnuQ0rRUti- { .,.. G.Official S. KENNr.OY.. I Ventilation eilini t'an.Comfortable Slat IVf..r for Itmla Summer with
in riinrir-
"* *" I be guaranteed the right to work. No one Fonu+u. 'lt tort f(500t\iftiiks\ ature thpvtZ "W\t '::1: *, Mattresses o* Inner :Spring! 1'olistr.rtkm -.
15Ut2: 26 tursont 6VKtks will( up Ih Y" a Ii"ti and Individual. Krad.In
questions the right of a working man to a PALACE 1 i Lamps. '
uJifiuul had t lot Guilt o't tru llu 9 4.1{
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST : collective; bargaining. If he wants to improve alQrl frtum ,ya.liKOw/ ,, "' "fl. n.ITR7 .
lutttrt9 JL :4* Tom :Tyler in I sisal.'a
working tto ...... 1 ? I MMMMII. Frial Hath '2.**
ADVOCATED BY .THE CITIZEN his conditions, he has a -- THE, KID w u
LAtRAHlE : =:. :
Cloudy '." HWMB. frtnlr Balk aid
r"-'J .II& .... PartlZ't! Thundershowers : 1-
perfect right to quit." ._ '::'t r ,IN* It__.. PrUalv Iletb ,. a.*.
I -J.-L-
: i Brian Donald
: f. -----rig.. thundershowers: Mary Dillaway InONf M__.. Private Ualk XJMI
That is sound Americanism anil'CoE >rohably local = YEAR LATER .- I. fmmtftf n.>m*. Prlvvtr Balk 4..*
1. Water and Sewerage. man of the board of county commissioners = '
,>, aturdav; gentle winds mostly tSllf.HT I\fHI-A: I-OK DOl'OLD
4 u i ernor Martin leas made it clear 'thatlabor : no KEY WEST IN returned Saturday'from I I j jra Matinee 10-lsel: Night; 15-2U J ; .-..._.'K'rl'rA I\cr
Mainland. "
2. Bridges to. complete Road. to -' :t. arid southeast .
't. '. group or, industrial group is going New York where they went\ : i i -... .
.1 11 FJonda,! (Generally fair tonight. -
: .
to confer with Malcolm Meacnam t. : ;
t to i infringe the laws that were draWnto ) ;
upon .:' anent the development of the ) hid Saturday except ]local thunderhower :
.8 Free fort.!. protect! all the people-union man or 'H.ppe.i.c." Her. Just 10 Years I IAf erty recently purchased by 'pHP'j .' Saturday afternoon 4
4. .Hotels and Apartments.. I non-union, small employer or large em o Today Ai Taken From j| is Mr. Meacham's\ idea to Jack' ,onville to Florida Straits:;
Pavilion. The Files. Of The Cit. ea t! survey made o/ the entire> city. He Gentle to moderate. southeast, or!
6. Bathing I ployer.It. I nvr uoml
I is visioning the n'et"ds'of Key West FOUL h winds and partly overcast, r t t
6. Airports-Land and Sea I is good tonic to find a governor The board of county commissioners -125 yarn hence and is preparing for weather tonight! and Saturday with < OQU ;+ jx

7. Consolidation'of. pont, and City. making such straightforward statementsand will. at regular meeting neednow. Jut what the I scattered :shower'
'! tonight Governor John extent of his plansulj!'! be, he Is Lat;; Gulf: Light winds mo'tly
Governments. backing them'up with the police'power petition .
W. Martin to call special sessionof not at this time prepared to say outhTve't] over north i portion and ,
of the state to protect. the life, propertyand the legislature to re-enact the i). But when they are perfected and {t I I ta't or southeast over Fouth por-
jobs of "all" the people. That is Monroe water district .. County supply 4' '
and partly overcastweather "TTERV soon each of our
: they will be gratifying toi south portion
THE KEY WEST CJT, iiti-- courage, not hypocrisy. I bill, which was killed at the j the of the tonight and Saturday with '
tWILL ., last session of the I legislature' people entire conrmunlity friends will be receiving an
I rcattered showers. ti I Ii
through an oversight of the en-. t invitation to our Wedding, tad "
j always seek the troth and print it WOMEN DRIVERS gro.:sing and enrolling department. :I "
: c want it to be the best looking invitation we can get.
without fear and without favor; never be As urance of this action came this I 1 Walter it!. Maloney' Jr., went 1 i i KEY WEST J
afternoon when The Citizen learned ,
to rail his boat. His
parents mi!;s-
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; For years. women have been sub- from J. Otto Kirchhemer, Wm.fed I)'.:. him and soon searching parties!'! I COLONIAL' HOTEL : Naturally, you want your Wedding Invitation to be the

always.fight for progress'; never! .be tie organ je.cted'to gibes because of their supposed R.: Porter members and Braxton B. Warren ':were out. Four and'one-half hours I In the Center of the Business 'i very finest; and that is why we are inviting you to inspect our
the board of commissioners
or the mouthpiece of later he was discovered sailing: his remarkable lute of Steel InvAationi .
any person, clique, automobile Theater District I genuine Engraved Wedding
inferiority as drivers. But a !. that theyill vote for boat in the! waters of the pond]
faction r'class; always! do.! jts utmost for the recent survey by a national board of the petition. It was not possible! located between South B'each and and Announcements in the Favored Styles, of 1935

public welfare; never tolerateorrnptjon or 'underwriters' reveals that to reach Hilton Curry and i county road having: a good time First CI.Firpro.ISea.iLI. -
women I I
Carl Bervaldi members of!', Rate*
injustice: ; .denounce vice and praise' and entirely unconscious of having ;. THE ARTM N PRESS
virtue; drivers in far less accidents than '
figure the board: but it 'is understood;j i been! (( the cause of ::ny grief to hisarents'and
'commend done .. COFFEE: SHOP NOW OPEIGarage
good byIndividual or organization mere. numbers considered.-( ; ;" theywilt-vota-fpr. the petition iandj other relatives : CITIZEN BUILDING!
; tolerant of others' rights, viewslmdi make the'action i unanimous. .
Estimates; from various sources, including i ... Elevator.... j
opinions; print. only? news that will eJeiata 1 government statistics, indicate that Work I I! Editorial i comment: There Popular Price
> V '- ** tearing two ei
and not contaminate the reader. .. ; never compromise constitute structures between Charles street teems to be many orators whJ are w '. ,-" .r .... . .=ye al ixetb AKA7drat 1.a.:4rIIIII".I'IJTI'.I'.A .
women approximately one-
:" I j I willing to pay tribute to the flag -
with i and restaurant. ---- --:-- - -
principle.We fourth of the total number of drivers in Dtolllcflic.-o on U-I{I: Jut not all of them are willing to.
val street will begin immediatelyand :

the country. Yet, while women represent the two story real estate exchange :: pay taxes for it. ....... _....._.._ .._ ....._ ._....................................ai...1ii.if10f'I
the. number last building will be erected I, -- c. .
25 cent of of drivers,
all. have. ." .our.../ phobias.. :.... What i is. per Harry Boyajian Hoboken realty .
yours? i.ear'they were involved! i in only! 7.63 per peciali. t and capitalist who recently -daugh-ters.I ..

cent of the accidents recorded. came'to Key West and pur-: passengers leaving Sunday morn- .

do T In the observance of traffic regulations ehsfed a great deal of property.''!'..ng for Asheville! and other points!
Why we speak of nuisance
'' .- .. tars is' looking over the situation and I j I in' North Carolina. JULY SPECIALS
women made an even more impres-
when all are. that t. said today that work on the structure I(f -- ,..

sive record.' While full statistics are not will begin; 'as soon as the The almost mathematically, ... ? .. '!;, ,

If the Public Utility Act, of 1l35!) goes available' in a dozen large cities only 2.53 grcund is cleared. act picture of the city of
multitudes cent of those charged with violationsof I West made by Gibson! i-I ..a T
through, will lose all interest per
Floney Pelbcier, sexton of the cycloramic artist. which was
in public utilities.Correct V traffic rules were women. While it may city cemetery, makes formal an- II display! recently at the BEACHCHA

be argued 'that traffic officers are more nouncement' in this issue of The Realtors 'Convention in Detroit.1 I ,

i Citizen of his candidacy for rt"I I been received in West and r
has Key
this sentence: .There will lenient toward women violators, an inquiry .
election I
He elected
vas: over several
is display at Frank Lew- RS
I now on
be no politics connected with the spendingof addressed to a large number of? these officers candidates last time by a larjr;* : insky's Furniture store on Duval .

. the four billion work relief f nd." brought responses<< decidedly, favorable majority and has filled the position I:ttreet. .
lo the satisfaction of all parties : :
l K a .. to the !!3 .,?, ; fl : 'onceined. Many improvements ;

There. may be' many varieties of? die- Of the replies received 78 per> ce.nt! |ave been effected during Ins administration BENJAMIN LOPEZFUNER'AL s : $$1 75' :
tato threetyrarnlcal >> :f the officers. considered women""rrjefre /!' of the position ande i HOME I : I '
has a large following who will 1
careful drivers than 11 percent 11 Serving Key West'
benevolent.. and_ presidential. last their ballots for him, it h
c l-H | thought women equally careful, and only 'taW. ? 24 Hour Half Ambulance Century Service' T ,..Li .... _..... ......... .-- .. _I>> ,!" .l. ..f ... .... ._ .1

President Roosevelt set aside $50,* f J.cp. Sa.cent, believed women J le, ,,farefuL ," -- Licensed'' Embalroer: '; .
So, in the face of the record, it q 1 Attorney J. Lancelot Lester Pho.e 135 Night i !6-* S jjnch Oscillating ( z
000 000'. from" work, relief. "funds- to give ?,
more than a. half mil''!I ,'! Americans i. educational pears that women are much safer drivers I Fan Vs .. ll :-.

and vocational opportunities of l than men, aft r'al1, when they are actu'alJyat '

which they have been deprived by the depression the wheel. How safe they may be as CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF THEflMpS! BOTTLES .-.-.. $1.25 .Y

,'and 'make gooJ/( 'pemocrats out of back seat 'driy.ers' is an entirely different I THE FIRST NATIONAL'BANK

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them. matter. i\k :

: 25c Spray Gun 'y01 ;
Quart, ; : --
close !
at of business Jane 29, 1935,
: New:, York .las been voting for a National A RAILROAD NICKNAME Comptroller's Call J .. .

Tree and the electorate-the teach. .
RESOURCESLoans 1. H/rrr White, 'Ivory, Green' Buff, French *
ers and pupils of the public schools-was How a chance remark may be perpetuated FAINT :.t'
PALMER Cray Green Light BlueLTSOC
and Investments .... 1 303,950.239ankin ..... fU ; .
for the Pine We wonder how the -rr '
Tree is illustrate nickname
4 by the .. House Furniture
decision was arrived at for few of the which: has clung to the New York, Chicago -and Fixtures ;::_..?.:. ,33848.51.... Q T $1.50 1
; Stock of the Federal Reserve Half! ,Gallon .-... ,Gallon 1
pupils know much about trees except from & St. Louis Railroad for half a century. Bank __ 6.000.00
''' ''' .
reading about them. The lonesome pine Opened 'to tra'fficin: 1882, the road Temporary. Federal Deposit -

was first, ''choice' V"4-and the'O,
next k and Obligations E and .Tan
came both town in song story.N years. In 1885 the owners sought to sell direct

[ *-. f WA it to the 'New York Central 'and named a anteed and.._.fully..'_: ,.....guar..:.....593664.69 I S

Considerable. opposition has +Hmg prf e: As the story goes, when Commodore Other Marketable _Bonds .- : 5 lb Package, Regular Price ,60c, Sale I Price -y F :

_...._ .
and Securities 200,700.21.
up jn Congress against the Pr sid ntial y Vanderbilt was informed of the figure Cash and due from Banks 437,575.27 1,231,946.11i,577,69.92 ua

proposed constitutional amendment, putting named he roared,? : "I \wouldn't pay that ; r 0 ." .. T '" .. "'" : i-: : -i

a stop .to tax exempt bonds" While }if the, tracks, were nickel plated." .

the Tightness of the proposed law is not Later a price was agreed, upon, however LIABILITIES ,

questioned, it is stated" it is Improbable? apd Vanderbilt bought the New Snrptns Capital and Undivided Profits ..-+-_S 100000.00. 1 C8.906.S4> i South Florida, Contracting!!! & Engineering Co. j

that the states will, ratify' such an amendment York, Chicago & St. Louis: But to this Deposits. .....:-..:::.:,.....:-.....,...___... 1, 1 ,1938 rvr "v f J

!! and !if t the .stales did grant thg'Tederal 1. da 1- 'the road is known as the Nickel PJate.. $1,577.698.92'Since PIicne598 (y ile! ?nd. Eliza Streets IYourhome

government the I!- rigjit to tax (heir securities .J l

they 'in turn! wouldJ! l* ; !, : I $:n39,000 U. S.- Postal. Savings:deposits 1, } yrorthy y
right to tax federal bonds, resulting jn habits. at a church!, bazaar. with; its apparent M.mb r of Federal Reserve. System f *- e J

rty-eight different taxes on federal, innocent raffles. to raise money for Member of Federal.Deposit.las-ranee Corporation :.. seeeeee..... .......*eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeP "* .

.... ...-, missions";It.C- "L or parish. work., f ,' I .. .. P. S._ GOVERNMENT... DEPOSITARY. .* ..' ...IITIII'I..I.I..I.I'.I. ; .
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e.. "Vgy: cOR4W8'ST..SNOl1r" ; i -
4 'e-- COLUMNAdvertisements
1J/QPS1"I-Gt&rl. Moor. Wwad. going to pieces. womenyunniBs ijn
a widow wkcm kcr lI"alI..4wna. 1
.lo.t tryU to Jly tkt Poor country women In Parliament, ........................
Herh. atberyr.weer.f an mlrflamt swimming the Channel, winning the .
footer,.to ttrtttd tn sad t ; under can lead
:r.I. King's' Cup racing at Brooklaads'!
Ixntri*a4' ,r-a,.f <..{..mtdorow Liverpool.wfcr Really,he was Impossible!'Laurie I will be inserted in The Citizen at
*,'f Aaa foil* to *e. Aardmm gate him a sarcastic look and .......... the rate of le'a word for each i intertion -

BA.titter kot Gladys seen *open
tramer eras wAow.f (k.... k rra. ..(i.*fry trying a ffntf.t. "You don't seem to like women." I __ ___ '_ I first insertion in evw y instance. .it25c.
...... ""Dont know much about them. I 1 .
he said.'and. meeting her blue'eyes ''iwsThiiiMPHP4IIMELEE'S j,, ....,................'..".1 If I ff 1 Payment for classified adverjtisementa -

Chapter Three his own strange pale ones lit 'up I '.FOIIOWIKG": % |f 'is invariably in advance,
with an unexpected smile. "Dare ( 1 j but regular advertisers, with ledger
; T t Hg TRAVELERrOXT !: say they're all right in their place. BY : I I I account may hare their adverbse-

bother with thanks.- But not running the. country and I : ments charged
strrnger returned. "1 didn't setting the pace.' GREAT PITCHING I 'c' = I 1 Advertisers sbvold give their
That smite gave Laurie another I 'street'address
as well as their telephone
"knew then was a girl left who would i :
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shock. It was In his I : '
only eyes not I I T V >' t .(By JOVE) I ] number If they' desire r.
admit tha she didn't do everything on'his lips. ..nd''Juit as If a bright j ,
............;:; ,. ; j i < kits'. .
properly' light had been lit behind them.; It |I CHICAGO r CUBS,4 DEFEAT: ., .. s.j, a./. i j I I. .i iI '! With each classified advertisement
was mocking;ebsllenging, but It I have just aeeopy of
Another slap In the face. What was received
'" .- an. I TON $AVE ,: PIWY DE ,I The Citizen will give free an
'* *"; human, which; tin then he bad letter Arturo'Iiaeza, '
odious man* up I a our friend f.' IAut strop Razor Outfit. Ask for
'' not seemed to be. WINS CAME FOR ST. LOUIS! sent to CoL Jacob Rupert: 'of' the '
'sh' ,. I 1I it.
coin 1 not help looking at him. ", ." ',
"Ton prefer living abroad she :
New York Yankees. It follows I :
as he sat it his corner, reading.. He asked rather'ltUDy. I CARDINALS I Col. Jacob !

held"the paper In a cnrlons way, far '-rye'lI cl no choice lately. No I -1 Owner, New',Ruppert York Yankees. 1 1I : I : WANTED.

.from hfs e-es. So she could.' see his don't prefer It. I think' the whole' { ( ..*rlal t. The ClfI....) I New York N Y. LADY DESIRES LIGHT, CLEAN
world's .a pretty rotten placed70U i NEW': n.-Royl I 1 : I
YORK, July
fat;e. 1 ',1' FURNISHED ROOM in the
Parmelee his'enth i j i Dear Colonel. 1 I I
)It was unusual face cast in a ; gained pitching 1a Ii : quiet home of another lady.
\ seem to hare a grudge Just a few lines to let you j
i Ii |
I,i i
of the and the I
victory season
rough moull. though lean. The brow against all the world.r.. know that I am not in favor of the ; i i Housekeeping! pnvilejres Rent
Iq-re'&n4 rugged; the nose bold. marker I>nHe;ruffled! although abe GiantIC'their'' second of their, policy of Manager McCarthy of : ,I J JI !! I' reasonable Write Miss Green.

with a slIgM upward tilt; the month did 'not 'realize it. by the fact that western tour but they had a stiff i( your club. I am' an ardent'Yankee :; j' 513 Olivia street julylO-3U

.long arm angry.looking. be did not take. .the" slightest Interest battle Pirates before; '4 their to'2.Tex 'turned back I'I'Uie' i'I 'fan. and I sincerely} think: that t I 1 '
But hit eyes gave her a little shock in herself. some: of : ; ROOMS
when accidentally she caught hisdirect *1 guess I have he replied curt Carleton's two-year spell j i to. let the your Tigers player's'win the are pennant.trying ; r'i, I

gaze They were. the strangest ly. "Tod see. I've only Just lately I over the Boston Braves was!!'I think as far down South as Ij i: i I', I -THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00,
ftrengthened as the slim right. i I $2.50 and S3.QO per week.
mistakes Man- !
...1 I all the j I
"""" 5: am can see
hander of the. Chicago: Cubs,' aid-j! i 1 lager McCarthy' is'making, so keep! t[ Double and Siil le. 128 N E.

ed by home runs. by,Tuck Stain- ; jour eyes pen, Colonel. I,do 'not I let : : i 4th Street Miami, Fla-
back and Augie Galan and somej, ; ', june26-lmox
them on <
put-tanything over youfyf :
spectacular second basimj"by. Billy .-j I will be : ( ,
you need some advice I ; i
Herman turned. back the! J PlANO TUNING
; { MI I i ;
forward it to
Braves, 5 to 3.: It was darleton'sjninth I t glad you. ;I : : '
made it' habit of giving advice ; : ; '1
victory in his lat 10 start 1 a !1 PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo.
I \ ,
Down have al-j
= foryears. here
) again the 'Bostonians. j : 1 reno. Excellent piano for sale
The Athletics 'and St. Louis I;, ways been a Slugger:, fan and I. '! j] i cheap. 1018'Division street
have always tried to show them ;
Browns doubleheader; the ; "*
split a 1 ( r jun24lmoFOR
how they coujd) beat the Pirate
Athletics winning the first game,, i iI I
have ; :
Unfortunately I did'flot much ) ,
7 to 3. and the Browns the sec RENT

T: ond. 9 to 1;. success. Hoping Yemain you win truly the j : I' II I J} !
Virgil'Davis double in the ninthinning pennant, very !I '! IICYCLES--WE: RENT by the

scored both'the tying and yours.. I Hour Day or Week. Repair

's_ :winning run as the Cardinals defeated A. 100.. ;; Yankee Fan. ; '( J'J'r all makes and paint them with
the' Phillies.: S to' 4. and ARTURO BAEZA. j I | Nn-EnameL We carry a full

gave Dizzy Dean his fourteenth. and : I ;, supply of parts. Agent for the
Our great letter writer I
victory of the season.' RolJfast'and Dayton Bicycles.
< .!
Mel Harder pitching hero o! note-book nan Water' Pickle.J i it I And sell them as low as S5:00

last !Monday's\ All]-Star'game waaj i pitched a full game the other. i( : : / down and $I:00 per week. We
just another "cousin" to the night for the Service ten and won. ; t I : Buy and Sell all makes of usedi

Yankees yesterday as' the 'American Put' that down in your book Water -| I'I i Bicycles Phone 276. J. R,

i /i League leaders belted out an Pickle.' j! ; I i 'I : I Stowers company 515 Dnval l

8 to 1 victory over the Cleveland t : street. aprt-tf
I Esmond Albury and McCarthy, !
Indians in the opening. game of i
of the
old standbys
/ two of the
their sene!'. : FOR SALE
r / t After Bob "Lefty" Grove gained -I Lopez Funeral Home diamondballj t i' .:

his tenth victory of the 3ca!'on,i ten. have decided to make it a.<. 1 j i .. TYPEWRITING PAPER BOO

ty: pitching the Boston Red Sox I three club league and have thrown j I I sheets 75c. The. Artman Press
j j
in their lot with the Recreation j .I
to 4-3 Chicago. t .
a win over j ; ng7
"Hrve you been away from England long? she asked. ten. The Busy' Bees will have
White Sox sluggers: fell on four of" j i I.
eyes she had ever seen. Light, clear recovered my sight I've been blind his battery mates to capture fie I their club intact. The teams would i[, i, j, OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two

eyes grey rurtling in his deeply for-for a long time." other half of a doubleheader, it.) be alright i if the Recreation boys i I i:l bundles for EC. The Citizen Of

tanned ,face. Steel grey she thoughtat ''I' -Oh!" She melted Instinctively."I'm to could get a pitcher. I I i I fice. oct!8
first, but when he looked up they sorry That must have been 2.The Reds made it two straight

seemed almost white like snow with dreadfuL Cut aren't you glad that over the Dodgers by'scoring' two On paper' so f-r, the Bermuda

9 shadow on It. you've got your sight back? I should; run!! off Relief Pitcher Dazzy Bakery outfit looks like the stronger i wee'T_-T ..--TtU :-.I cy-- h _.... < .. .1-: -- ".i t n. 'J, a'ItgMsv' P.71 .NM+!+,!'..M' 01 A
think that would make like the < in'the Social League, then the
HU hair was: dark brown growing you Vance in the eighth to win, !5 !
world" Cuban Club Service, Administration -
squarely bad from his forehead, and to 4.
was rather untidy. '" "" 'm' an ungrateful devIL' I sup After a late rally had tied the Lighthouse. and .Garage, re-j i
pose. I grudge the time when I srectively, I hope that they will
His face went with his manner. score, Detroit pushed over a run
couldnt see-the waste! You don't differently'tban hoI ;
Laurie thought A pity he was such a in the tenth inning to whip Washington .- turn out FIRMSJ
know what It's like to be helpless, picked.
boor.'It mlgh; be quite a nice face. t. 7 to 6.
all In the dark not to be able to "
I Especially when his eyes were bent The summaries follow:
down his and his thick move when you're used to.an active The local club will leave for.

dark lashes shadowed the high cheekbonee'it'looked'aa life"Of." course It must have been aw. St.'Louis< R. H. E. Lower Matecumbe tomorrow to''' : \\yho Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
with the Veterans of
: If It might be a ful assented It Philadelphia ....-.mn...... 4 11 1 play a game /
for you.Laurie was
t very'nice< face. But he evidently had Foreign Wars on Sunday afternoon.
St. Louis _.__ 571
as if an Invisible wire were'stretched i .' I
.a horrid disposition. between them;and on It a. tiny tone Batteries Davis and Wilson; I
.elentJ'.he put down his newspaper J'j _. ... .. .
had been struck that rang with an Dean and Davis. ....................... 1 't rr; :," -- :-" < < -' -

Tm and going got to up.have some tea. he unknown but pleasant sound. "Are Chicago- moda YIn History.I, ioithi AMERICAN COFFEE RQS .:
*" yon quite cured* she added gently. At R. II. U C.:: PARK
.said. "Would yon,"like some ""They say so. It was a'kind of Boston .._--...._.........._. 381.i e ....................... Now Offered in 3 Grades' SP.AC.
"No.thank yon.. answered" .Laurie, nervous trouble. But who knows. Chicago .._..........__. 5 13 I1 -
on her dlgnit 1690 Battle of the Borne Ire PIECES A
-' It may come back. Batteries Brandt and Spohrer. SIMONTON ST.STAR, tb 25xr
"But don't yon want any? You land annually) observed as 328.
"You mustn't 'think so. There Carleton and Hartnett. I LARGO Ib t8c
were trying it buy a tea basket seemed to be nothing more to say. Orangeman's Day in Northern Ireland ; SPECIALTY 12 Insertion
*r know: Bat I don't want' v. & S. tb 1Sc. "
tnynow. ,
."She the last He'took up his'paper again and At Cincinnati R. H. E. L U M B I N G
emphasized word. P
'"All right! He slipped 'off' his Laurie,,'overcome by a sodden shy. Brooklyn ...:..-.04-0-:4 12 13 I Buy It At Your Local PLANTS and VINES
ness In his presence.idedded'. 1812-Amercian Army of some I k.
overcoa..and went out. after all. she would go and have a Cincinnati n.------ !5 8 i)2,000 under General William Hull Gro. .ery'S.tore PER M 0 NTH
'He was'talL His figure expressed ... Batteries Vance and Lopez; .

abstract 'qualities as his face did.His cup S. of.tea.The e Derringer and' Lombardu .' j. :crossed I ,into" ,,Canada. I DURO PUMPS Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA -.

shoulders mouth were'was angry.ImpattenlL III< tapad Mis Northern*rali suburbs was rushing In a few through minutes the At Pittsburgh' "t' It. H.' fc .ilg.'Ilel: :lS7Pi-Act, lops; of in Government Congress provid service PLUMBING SUPPLIES "STAR cqfFP: MILL!!! NURSERY .. y; : (

_ clothes were very shabby and looked 'would be It. New York- 4 8.0 1, .. ., .512. Greene Street. y' 1- $ 00
they St Pancras.; and i for women upon same condi 1 ; t' .' '. a"
foreign. She supposed he. ,waa-.a Pittsburgh: .._...._... .- 2 4 0 l .
tire world-uf-London would
toons. as prescribed men. PHONE 348 Phone! 25.6 Y
traveller from abroad. swallow them both up. Batteries Parmelee and Mat-,i: r. ; '' P1IONE. 97 -
!' Lucas and Grace.AMERICAN .
cu o _
Laurie bad Hngpyd, over her.tea 1906Capt. Dreyfus. French 'I
p1OpJ. passed gong! to as long as possIU she $ ) ? .. .. .
SEVERAL when ame ,victim of 'anti-Semitism, restoredtd ''t ''tf 9' It It JO-\ 6 / 4 ;-- # '-- /.a.M s..r ,_ mQ S.
) -car. Laurie was djIng back her fellow tHl feller was In the LEAGUE rank .. "APPY, PAYS ARE HERE
r' "'tAt : -READ- r: r -- .
for a of tea.: But pride for Gasa -
cup corridor smoking a cigaret that First- .' y SELECT! SEA fOOD .,
bade It.'The nan bad asked her and. smelt nice. Boston '- R. II. E. t INSURANCE
very 1916 Cesare Battistu the Nathan .
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she had refused. He stayed there for some time. Chicago _'__ 3 5' 0 J.wfisb Z lb. 35c THE KEY WEST '
,She could rot help getting up and and when he entered the carriage Boston ...._____....._ 411 2 Hale of Italian Fascism. executed
looking at hli suitcases But there II again. Laurie was gathering her. Batteries: Whitehead and 'Sew- by An!
was no name on them not even' a I things together. ell;; Grove and R:Perrell.. : Yellowtail o. Bone. 2 Ib. 25e SUNDAY STAR 'r
1933-''Presidential order require
label with h'] destination.lie I "Funny isn't It." he said In the f Grouper. 2 lb. 25c .
came tack.: ing'all postmasters be put 'under TELEPHONE NO.1
same abrupt way."when I was blind Second Came Snapper 2 Iba. .. 25c .
Tastes good one's first cup of ; I didn't care about smoking a bit?" At Boston .*. B,. H. E. civil service: rules. 2S S b.p tins a 2 Per Y tar .
M.tto. Fish Z Ib. ___
English teahe said In the same "Yes. very strange. she agreed. Chicago _-10 13 rj .
Yr M..1s At
,., Try
abrupt Impersonal way."About the I She could not understand why as Boston _....__ ._.__ 276 FRESH SHRIMP Key. eat. Only I Sunday THE-
only thing that hasn't changed In ,he so obviously disapproved of his Batteries: Lyons and Sewell Paper Dtlmomco Restaurant
the old country. I expect." fellow .
I creatures and
particularly Welch and. R. FerrelU. FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER_ALLEN
Laurie resented' hIs manner so her sex he should take the troubleto \' < Bus nes. Office fiten __ ___ ., B." el..r B.ey ----_ lSa
much that she tried to prevent her- talk to her at alL At Washington U. II. F. RUSELL7ScH'ji Ir I FISH ANY 1Sutldtng Di..rs.
I LOWE ij ..rse ,
self from answering But her Interest She looked 9Mr ---
and '
up foinj his eyes Detroit :.. ::.. ."'7' 1 COMPANY
was Have too strong.yon been away from England crating Used on glance.her with an intent, pent Washington __- 6 4 1 I PHONE, IS1 r HONE S. 1 ------ bile. llte, ..d abe

long*" she asked. (copyrigtt. HtS. Corafit, Sta.ton) Batteries: Rowe Hogsett an. ... ,, ,,
-"Ages since I was' home.4t was : Cochrane; Nersont and- Bolton. ; 5T9RE j A :; -: -- f 14 A 1-t. .'.,river prYk t a-sm -_ __ -- -'

bad enough last, time. EverythingTpday's I Mark Tomorrow Albery. the .stranger<. ; meets AARON McCONNELL. Our Reputation ia Wrap. PRITCiI RD'. .
-I .. York R. II. E. .. Street t
-" x At New 53S ne. .
----'- --; ," Cleveland -' 1 6 J ped in .very package. .
.. .. :............... U. S. N., Jude: Advocate General New.... York ..-...- 8 15 1 Daily Baseball Returns FUNERAL HOME J -

t; ; ; Birtliflays 1 ., 'born at 'Woodbury, Ky., 57 Batteries: Harder, and, Pytlak; *, ". ,rb. of>> ..I.e. ,..
J Gomez and Jorgens. .
years ago. B a! mats t -
.ece..e..e.' .. fl fie I Doc t m PRINTING. DtgaUle 3ympatLtl- .
:R T. Dr. Robert M. ii'opki't,1:; Sidney S. Lens of New York First Came -0- 1 c..rtoiT

recretary of the World's Sunday' i ,City."whist, expert, born' J in Chicago At PhilaSefthiaR.:!: : 11 H. [E.8 CO1VJE IN AND GET THE t \k ONE BY pS NOTARY UBUC
r St'Louu'R
School A ociation! ; New York! ,! .di jears rho. ... -.. :
; years! Philadelphia ...___.._ 690 I WATCHMAKER, JEWELER -THE- -. .
born :at 'Tl'e'.lton. Cy.. 57 r-
Arthur it\!. Hyde of Kansas Baftenea: Cain and Hemsley; MAJOR, BASEBALL : AND ENGRAVER

ago j f city; 'XIo I ': former; SecretarjpoT Thotnas'and,. ,." )Berry.Secoad : a wduES'' 1 See Him For Your Next Work ARTMAN PRESS Aala.s-c. s.m- -

Dr. Olin West of Chicago, secretary -i Agriculture born: at Princeton' ., Gaassi -0-- 1 ALL PRICES REDUCED t t .' --.... '

of the American. Medical' 'Mo.. 58 :yean sgo. At Philadelphia R. IL E. CIGARS, CIGARETTES. I .Citizen Bds. LADY ATTENDANT Clt1Z 1COpea
.. : ** Hears, 9 t. 12-1 !. 6 h Jn DIf
tociation. born .at Gadsden AS-I Judge Samuel II. Sibley of St.'txiuis *.!:..:.._ 3 10 'R S6FT DRINKS, Ni5bt.. PHONE 5 1 .. .. "IF .'

61 years ago., Georgia, of'the' 5th U. S: Circuit Philadelphia _.,..-..- 7 12 0 frC.-- Sat.rdaT' ,.. PLa. 141" Nmr". Sloe" '-,.
Court/born at Union Point, Ca., Battenes': Benton and Rich I

Claude i C... Bloch C2 '- >
Rear Admiral) years a5? ards3Yiishere and Richards.
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I ; ; SOCIETY<::; .1 MANY. BARGAINS OTICB LEGALS OK MA"TF.RSALE Try' "Moonli g lsti s g Your Garden

:-: : : under NOTICE and IS by IIEREBY virtue of GIVEN and ,pursuant that.

.. ...... I to that rrrtaln decree mad
1.eaaaaaaaa+a a a a a a a a a a a a a, a a aaeaaaaaa.aa t a and .
-- --- -- I entered nn the Zith day of
Jon. A. D 1 J5. by the Honorable 4h
Enjoyable PartyAt \\Pythlan Circle Clearance Sale at Lewin !Jefferson B. Browne. Judge of the'

Pinder Home Holds MeetingWednesday sky's Men's Shop is still going on. I Cirrult Judicial Court Circuit of of Monroe the Twentieth

I This store was kept busy last week Florida. Chancery in that countY'1
cause therein pending
Malcolm Pinder played host to afternoon the Py- with men and young men who are George AV Adams ia .... s t
and Henry H. Ketcham 3I
a number of friends with a party i thian Sisters' Needlecraft Club taking advantage of this opportunity Ketcham. his wife. If married

given lest evening at his home met at the home of Mrs Con- to bly high;; quality needed devisee and If dead, their unknown heirs,,I
graters or other claimants -
1107 Southard street. I j stance McDonald. clothing and shoes at attractive and all persons darin orclaiming
Guests enjoyed several hours' The members enjoyed them- I an Interact la and to the
prices. land hereinafter I
described are defendants
of dancing singing'and playing seIfes' W many' ways. Delicious : the undersigned. Special
Today's advertisement carries
party games.. Warren Hilt] favored refreatoents were served. I Master. in Chancery, appointed by
those with v"al vocal hdca:present were: I a number of the specials which are said decree will offer fir sale and I
j sell at public outcry to the'blithest
numbers. Refreshments consistingof i Mesdame0 C. C. Brown, Laurence I featured in the sale of the month. ,bidder for .cash before the front I

punch sandwiches and candies;!' Higgs, Jr., W. P. Archer, door Monroe of the County County Florida Court on House Mon, in
were served. a .5- ,!;JVrnpl4, {ey.. Corinne Jerman, Subscribe to The Citizen. I day. August! 5th. A. I). 1J35. (same.
"*''Those attending were: Joyce,, Constance McDonald. Miss Anna ''bring a rule. day of said court and 1 .

Archer,Elizabeth: Russell .Lorraine -, WhitmarshMrs,. Peacon wasguest CARD OF THANKSWe Alaska Breaks j,a hours legal of sales sale,day to-wit.) during between the legal IIo.eI..1t I I ,

''Loander :Ruth Baker!i for the afternoon. In the forenoon and 2 o'clock
in the afternoon of said day the l :r
Catherine Saunders. Yvonne Pinder. -); Next week the club will meetat wish to extend our heartfelt following described property to

Lillian Lujan and Maudie the home of Mrs. W. P. Archer. thanks to all who assisted Its Own Record satisfy said decree by payment of
the amounts therein' specified:
Low I during our recent bereavement, On the Island of Key West
Howard Butler. Nester Del- Church Circle/ I the loss of our dear ones, HenryL. Cans More Salmon Than being Lot Twelve (12). Square
One <1). Tract Eighteen Oil).
gado. Tom Warren Warren hill Atwell, Jr., and family who
Holds Meeting according to plat recorded in
Bert Buckley, Joe Richardson, perished in the great disaster i I In The Peak Year 1926 Plat Book 1. Page 42. of Monroe
Oscar Norman, Howard Finder County. Florida Records.
which occurred in the early morn- will be glad to neetlve tissue which are difficult RAYMOND: R. LORD.
and Malcolm,Pinder. I Members: of the Missionary Society ing of July 5. Especially doe HOUSEWIVES 1 Special Master In Chancery *
largest annual' to masticate and resistant to digestive The garden becomes V"v ritab1e fairyland of light and color when
Mr. and lo rs. Joseph Neville of Ley Memorial Church this I thank the firemen who did their amount of canned salmon ever juices. Fish flesh Is tender I ALLAN Solicitor: It. for CL.KARE.Complainant Jit., artistically lighted at night.

Stirrup and Mr.\ and Mrs\ Harold week met with )[ra. 1\[. L. Smith part and all who helped in any produced la Alaska has just been because fish do not have to sup. Jly-U-I'-: aug2
Pinder. IGilfond wife of the new pastor to discuss We extend reported to the Bureau of Fish port their body weight but. Instead By Ethel'QuaintanceAS garage socket Into the garden. A
I plans and activities for the cOm- way. our appreciationto cries Department of Commerce. are buoyed up by the waterIn three-way terminal provides adds.:
1I I the donors of the beautiful The total pack of 7.4S1.S30 cases which they swim. They requireno Subscribe to The Citizen: easily as a'gardener'ftoata tional handy pings.
Plans I' ing year. floral offerings those who gave of all species of salmon shows an heavy bony framework or a new lily In his pool or transplants Once garden lighting Is starte&t
After a very successful meeting the use of their cars at the Increase of 2.256.226 cases over tough sinews and strong muscles I perennials and more easily there are a number of lovely
To Entertain durnig which a variety of important funeral, the Pritchard the 1933 pack and exceeds the to support them. At this season I than he makes new planting plan schemes to add for the aesthetic
t matters were discusseda Funeral I largest previous, pack, that of of the year when easily digestible for his flower borders he can now joy they will bring one's family
M. E. Gilfond. FERA adminis- social hour Home Rev. Shuler Peele and 1926.! by over 800.000 cues.The foods are in demand this..facti II, LEE BAKER'S light his garden for precious addI-- and guests.
pleasant was en- .Rev. M. L. Smiu). We al! trator In Key West, will enter- joyed. 'iced tea 'and sandwicheswere one and all that their ktndrie! report will also be of Interest to This unusually large pack t1!}, > MEAT I MARKETHEAVY In fact one of the very methods Idea to TryA

tain this 'evening Velock 'welcoming !- served by"thfel1iostess. ] will never be forgotten.; housewives who have a preferencefor : salmon at low prices afford*.,*n' i;,I of lighting. Is the floating of a lily bird bath for example, with
Lieutenant William Klaus! -t+ N a particular species of salmon: opportunity tar housewives'to' otat t In"a pool. This one is artificial lights concealed In a luminous
U. S. N., In charge of' the communication -* trill be J. Gerry Curtis,. liaison of- ( "With the exception of kings their food costs and at the-sanie I WESTERN STEER I however of metal painted so realistically pedestal and reflecting their glowon
service at the naval ficial with administration' and WELL. SR., AND FAMILY. j jMK. .which declined 10 per cent: ", all time serve a variety of delicious I I I MEAT (All Cut) that It slips in unnoticed surrounding flower beds and
4ND MRS.; RALPH VEAN4 dishes for salmon has wide the other pads. Beneath shrubbery- Or ornamental
'.' \ species showed Increases over the a among green an
station, and Mrs. Klaus '. ; )[n.. Curtis Mrs. Robert Spotts- FAMILY. .. \* )jTyI2-U I .'(-year average, as follows: echoes variety of uses. Spring Lamb Veal Is attached a 60-watt watertight pylon""In World's Fair style with

Other guests of MrJ Gilfond,wood will be .hostess I about 20 per cent; chums. C per 1 I Perk I bulb with watertight socket bulbs at the back which may be
; I tent; pinks 47 per cent: ; and reds Smart New Ways With Salmon i Freth Liver and plug molded to 12 feet of heavy adjusted to direct their light on
--- i' ,LEGAL'5i i 64 per cent'Substitute I 1! Sugar Cured Ham duty rubber cord.Beautiful. the landscape beyond In whatever
........................ ....................... Salads and sandwiches particularly To See pattern the gardener may chocs;
.1 for High-Priced Meat In demand at this season are HENS AND FRYERSAll And thereupon the pool. If It is This la striking when placed at the.
I PERSONAL: MENTION \oT1l'e: ntf. MiTKir .%I.H Added Importance Is given to attractive as well as dellciovi from six to ten feet In diameter end of a long vista or close: to aa
Notice I Is hereby given that under
and h jr virtue Af a certain order this news Item because of the fact when made with salmon. The Ingredients For Souse I Is Illuminated In' million-dollar archway.

...asa..asa...a.....a...aa.....s..a.a.at....1 and decree of foreclosure and sale that with the present shortage of current use of cress. Instead of beauty for the price of a straw Even part of a majestic tree
I II made and entered the 2Sth day two and a half billion pounds of lettuce gives a pleasing color contrast WE ARE OPEN SUNDAY f hat! pride of the household might be
Tito Rogers was a passenger(I Captain and Mrs. Sam Williams of June, A. P. 1935.. nl In and hv the I meat In America the price of meat with salmon and also enhances A larger pool requires several of handsomely Illuminated In a
on the Steamship Cuba last night I I were arrivals over the East Coast Circuit Court of the Twentieth Judicial has risen 41.5% since February its taste In salads, sandwiches MORNINGS the lily pads. The final touch to melody of light and leafy shadow
Circuit of the State of nor-
going to Tampa for a visit with yesterday from Miami for a visit ida. In and for Monroe County In 1933, according to a report of the and canapes. such a lovely night picture Is with several reflectors or floodlights
United States Department of Com- Smart of preparing baked Phone 695 Free Delivery
relatives and friends. I rhancry. In a cause therein pending ways reflectors! silhouetting the tall playing upon It
j jAirs. with relatives. wherein. I"r..n..e B. Burdick is I merce. Owing to Its high protein and scalloped salmon for the main 822 Fleming Street grasses or gleaming on urns or It all boils down to experiment
I plaintiff and Burhank Realty Company content the alternative to high- dish of the meal are constantly statues which may be at the pool's lug yourself (as what gardenerdoes
Ralph Smith and daughter ; F. B. Putnam, at one time agent a corporation organized and priced meat Is fish,so the present being devised by dietitians owg edge. not dote on doing!) until you
existing under the lawn of the Stateof
abundance of salmon is expectedto to the demand of modern hostessesfor "But how can I provide electric have created a handsome picture j
Barbara, who were in Key!!: for the Railway Express Companyin Florida and Gato Real Estate! &
reduce household food budgetsto these healthful and delicioJS of and In
Improvement Company a corpora current In my garden Is the aver light :your
West weeks with relatives Key West, was an arival on theS. a considerable extent dishes Most of these .
tion organized and existing under require only age gardener's first thought The night-time garden, thereby claiming
left yesterday afternoon to join:' S. Cuba yesterday from Havana I the taws of the State of Florida. Fish has been found of vital Importance the addition of a savory sauce trick is done 'with several lengthsof from a too-busy and rushing
Mr. Smith in Greenville, S. C. en route to St. Petersburg are defendants foreclosure of lien In the diet not only for such as Hollandaise. Bechamel rir EXPERT REPAIRSat 15-foot watertight extension world many additional hours of

I where he is now stationed. j:of tax vale Special certificates Master! ,in the Chancery undersigned its protein content but also for Its Maitre d'Hotel sauce and a few cord brought from a basement or keen visual enjoyment
tendency to ward off anemia minutes In the -- -
___ i will. offer for ale and will sell at oven. .
Mrs. Ralph Higgs and daughter '--
'public outcry for cash tn hand to goitre, rickets and other ills. Tuna fish is also delectable prepared
June Meredith, who were guests! Mrs. Cojjo, wife of Dr. Ar-( the highest. and best. bidder at the Salmon Is the canned fish consumed with these sauces, baked In MODERATE PRICESIf eeet a.....ea.....a.ae....a.a..ae .aaa..aa.aeeetee)
of Mrs Higgs: parents, Mr. and : mando Cobo, and daughter Con-1 Ii I''front door of the County Court in the greatest quantity. the oven and topped with grated
louse( of Monroe County. Florida, After It come ttyia. sardines cheese to add color and distinctive unable to
( buy
M' Vernon Hicks and other rela- a new
4 i suelo, left yesterday afternoon In the City of Key Rest Florida,
shrimp mackerel clams and flavor. Many housewives now
tives for five weeks, left yester-!, for a few. days in Miami. during Monday theleval the 5th day hours of of AuKust.sale, on. oysters. stocking up with a plentiful are sup car, the next best thing to .

day for the home in Miami where I D. 1535: the following described Fish Is the easiest of all flesh ply of salmon while the price do is to bring your auto to
is observer with the land situatv.. lying and being in foods to and- also sufficient FOR SALE
Mr. Higgs an the digest because It containsno are low. adding
Harry Engler, formerly of Key and let it the
U. S. weather bureau. County of Monroe. State of .Florida gristle; tough muscle or con-'tuna to vary 'the fish menus us us give
I' West and now making his homein to-wlt: expert "once over" and
Lot Fifteen of Block Two .
Cuba, arrived on the Steam- -- ---- - ---
(2 of Martello ,
) Towers
a subdivision estimate repairs
A. B. Northrup who recently ship Cuba yesterday and left later according. to the platth..n.f r any
established an electrical businessin for Miami I recorded in Plat Book 1---------- that may be necessary.
Key 'West left yesterday for a One (1). at Page 140. in the office hI I MONROE THEATERTim .....
of. the Clerk of the Circuit You'll find costs quite reasonable < .. 1 <'
business visit in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Johnson Court Monroe Count, Florida, Sammy Cantor of this city lost McCoy in here.Colonial J"\-;4'{!1; ..t.. : .It ...... ., .
and I both when he : THE WESTERNERJack .. ; :.: ,
legs was two years ; .. ; : -
were arrivals over the highwaylast Lot Sixteen (IC) of Block Two i 1 .. .
Harry Baker chief of the Key night returning from Jack- O of Martello Towers. a sub I old. he recently hitchhiked to San- Oakie-Ben Bernie in Service Station '",->'>'. ." .'.

West Fire Department, left yesterday ronville where Mrs. Johnson head division thereof recorded according In to Plat the Book plat I ta Monica Calif., on his artificial SHOOT THE WORKS I

for a brief business visit!!;I of the social service department one (1). at Page 140. In the office limbs and later obtained a job i:l1 Matinee: OaUonjr, 10c| Orche Clarence Crusoe I
j :of the,Clerk ,of the Circuit bat for the I
i boy Chicago White PHONE 397Hire
at Islaraorada. j 1 j i FERA. was attending a series of Court Monroe Count). Florida. ..,Sox. I tra, l5-20cj Night 15-25e 1
i conferences. They ,were aecomI and ; i
Miss Lanriette Adams 'who I Lot Seventeen (IT) of BIO<"kT"'o .
was/!;I panied by M. E. ( ilfond. who was (Z) of Marietta Towers a : -- -- -
visiting with relatives in Miami,: in Jacksonville for conference. snltdltision. according to the .
was a returning passenger over'I I and Mrs. Bernard De Witt, who plat thereof recorded In Plat I I sill I.o tp

the East Coast yesterday.Mrs. I was spending a vacation'with Book the office One (of 1).the at Clerk Page 140.of the In STEAMSHIP Co. -III lIIMi I IMIO"t 1 l) ra'

relatives. Circuit Court Monroe County. P & 0 I
Florida.Dated .
Ivan Park, who left Wed- a July 3, 1533.. 1 lillti
nesday afternoon en route to I And while Jim Farley is showing WILLIAM ,-. ALBURV.: MAIL ROUTES FOR i I
Special Master in Chancer a I
visit her father in hospital } il'l
a re- excellent ability; as a designer of W. CURRY: HARRIS PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES I l
turned yesterday in response to a..stamps i he isn't worth a durn for Solicitor fur Plaintiff. Effective.March 18th. 1935 I

telegram: from Key West advisingthat !' suggesting flavors for postage jly.12.152eaugi; Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, I

her father had passed on. stamp glue 12:20 P. M.Leave I 11 1 1a1Ffl
} I II II'
Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays 1 This tf

State Senator Arthur Gomez, "Tcntenamiquilizti": means kiss Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays I I

who was on a business trip to Miami in the original Mexican language 6:30 P. M. I Army Of f
returned yesterday.. a professor says. Maybe the origin- LEWINSKY'SMen's f. Tickets Reservation and Information at Ticket Offic. on tie .c',1.. '

ator of the word hadn't come out .. oM Dock, 'Phone 71 ) "Salesmen"THEY'RE I. ,'a T )re. A Jf,;..'t1i ';

Mr. and M s. Frank Rom of I 6f the coma: .. J. H. COSTAR. A,.,,. :

Washington, arrived yesterday for I : Shop' F. ,. THE ADVER- i "
a visit with their sort and daugh A philosopher!' believes there are : JI .
ter-in-law, )Ir. and Mrs: Carl.I no automobiles in Heaven. Neither 3 I ;" : c. ;:
Rom. They were accompanied 'byj 1 I t there any more than-mere possibility CLEARANCE i : : :r' ,
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Frank Rom!! son of Mr. and Mrs. of one! 'getting.; there who s -
Carl Rom, who went to Miami toots his own horn; '.J W* a -

with his father Wednesday eve SALEStill P :
ning. check.MALARIA. 1 The Key Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead -

street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view
F. E. Albert executive officer I 666I 6 6 Going StrongtEX'S + CitizenThey'll
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of the Florida Emergency1 Relief l ia 3 day % r of the sea and overlooking Coral Park

Administration in Key West, re-I,' COLDSfinl TROPICAL X1000( ICE take your message For price and terms apply to

turned yesterday from Jacksonville Li.ii Talkt. WORSTED SUITS USE to every home in the city

where he went for a conference -][Sal. -N..Dr.p. d.,.. GARBADINE C 1 Q 1 and SELL 'EM your waresor L. P. ARTMAN,
with officials. TONIC sal LAXATIVE SUITS BJ.7 75 services.
IT'S PURER! fts The Citizen Office

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Fine Lot of SUM- ICE REFRIGERATORS The Citizen Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
w Made of all metal-equipped 1
SHIRTS. _... Ol.O/ 'l i Economical yThey're r -----.-- ----, .--'

OTIS UNDERg1 f\f\ I.-

B ...........................:............ SHIRTS, 3 for _. Oi.UU 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
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