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 13, 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
oclc - 02701762
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'For Aiioclated Beat 65 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted of Key Day to West Wire the ., ,... .,..''t':..,', Ctje. : i{cp. Wtzt t


One Of Alphabetical Agencies AIR-CONDITIONED 11 KEY WEST HOST TODAY TO MIAMI 'Rambling Roosevelts' Plan Jaunts That


Prepared For Important TaskRural IN ROADSERVICE I I '. I Extend From Maine Woods To California

e 'I LABOR GROUPS I Key West i.s i week-end host to I _

30 members of the! Miami Beach ---- -
Resettlement\ Administration -' DELIVERY MADE YESTERDAY SAID TO BE IN Activities Of President
,:. club. And Family For Most

t Of .Ex en 1iture, On Re- KEYSTHATROUTALL USED BY FLORIDA EAST FOR BIG FIGHT The visitors arrived at noon by JULY DAYS IN FERAPROGRAM Part Will Be ConfinedTo

habilitation MOSQUITOES: COAST COMPANY rail from Miami\ : Beach to be greeted SESSION TODAYOVER United StatesBy
I by a delegation of Key Wett-

By HERBERT PLUMMER I With delivery of air-condition- TIONS OF ORGANIZED eis. They were taken in motor BESS FURMAN
(DJ' A..elatel
WASHINGTON. July rreasl 13.-One A. C. TANNER, SANITARY EN. ed Pullman cars to the Florida WORKERS TO COMBAT IN I cars: to the Co:r.ial Hotel, which THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS FROM THREE TO TWO I i' WASHINGTON.Br Auorlate July rreas. )13-A

of the. recently-created alphabetical CINDER. BELIEVED TO East Coast Railway yesterday says VARIOUS INVOLVEDBy is: their headquarters during their DISTRIBUTED TO DAYS; CURTAILMENT MADE I continuing congress ba slowed
j down the rambling RoosevolttI
agencies of the New Deolthe Costar agent i I I i imner-they probably \;
FOR ABSENCE OF PESTSA. I The official greetings of the CAMS: HANDLED do muck aiOi Ibaa travel aU ever
the out
Rural Resettlement Administration Special
company Ua.vana.
(By Aw wla>r* rrr..' city were gi en at a luncheon! held the United States.f .

headed by Chief of Key West and the Tamiami out WASHINGTON July 13.-i at 1 p. m. in thy: Delmonico res- I f Last year' when the President'.

Braintraster Res Tugwell is prepared C. Tanner sanitary engineerin of Miami are fully air-condition- Word is being passed around'i i iprivately laurant. at which a Spanish menu Clerk C. Sam B. Curry of criminal Shifts of workers in the Key i j),i hi mother. sons went made abroad the Panama and he Canal and
Key West, is of the opinionhe labor circles here to served.
in was West Administration have been,
ed. court ann.o1..nced this morning I i trip it would have taken the map
to embark oa one of the may have discovered the reason be prepared for what promises to) Mayor\ William II. Malone\ wel- reduced from three days to two: of Europe. Central America, and

rest ambitious task yet' ,under.WttrLL .I there are no mosquitoes found on This air-conditioning does not be one of the merriest scrap or.I corned the visitors in behalf of the that $333 had been distributed days effective yesterday, M. E.J:,: the island possessions, to hold

Bamboo. Key and sections of, oth-- only) apply to the Pullman cars, gaaizeo! worker have had for along j I city. The mayor was introduced to jurors mho ad served ,during Gilfond.: administrator announced j J them

the government. er keys in these waters. the gent said but means that time. j I by Mrs. William! R. Warren im- the session of court which: was concluded this morning. The reduction in"1 F, But! what they making may IsC"in inactivity

After t week of preliminary About one week ago with Fernando lounge. cars, dining cars and first The combatant will be the irodiate past: ;president of the numbers of days laborers wilt[tmileage.they're and self-expression.up
study and .conferences. RRA has Camus and others of the cl&i and, Key West Woman's club who rre- : this morning. jng the
>s roaches are alto equipped to American federation of labor work has been made necessary I I j I And BO! the nation sees:

reached,f he.,place where it ca. sanitary department Mr. Tanner maintain .Delightfully cool even I an independent group known a*I rii'ed. The rcpnose; to 1layorl1iatQne' \ regular July term. I because of a shortage of funds I II i I The President on the Sequoiaweekends
.begin tq function. A 'sum of 91 was' cruising among the keys withan of'j welcome was given by i(I fishing in ChesapeakeI
temperature.A the Cooperative Loyal Legion !
) for the balance
I II Mr. Ann Martin, president of The case of Sam Bloom operating during I I I
million; dollars ha been turned idea, of finding out why with i A of eleven. cars eight II Logger and Lumbermen The I I| the Miami cl i'.. A short talk was C1oarg-1 I of the month. {I .
I ed I with selling liquor I I .MJrs.\ Roosevelt ruling herself!
over to the undersecretary of hordes of mosquitoes in the I coaches; and three dining cars were issue is whether the A. F. L. or the j! given by Miss Ellen McKenzie The temporary program which':[ "off the record" for inspection
ity of Bamboo it was vicin-I I I of the World Wide; Travel license was called but Mr. Bloom ,I
agriculture to out his I t'manager -
carry program air-conditioned at the St. Augustine |
cooperative unions are to survive. has been made essential to carryon i r tours of federal projects or gypsy
of rural rehabilitation and explore that key from one end to t main shops of the Florida i Service of Miami, who arranged ,: failed to appear. Iris bond of $200was trips through mountain wilds.
I the other in a nude state and never I I j details of the IriI ,.. f I projects at all for the remainder -
ether relief project connected I East Coast Railway thereby giving The so-called cooperative unions ordered estrerled.The !I Mr. Boettiger Write
| be stun<. number of] I I H. Stewart Leonard director of of the month will affect
with the of the land! employment to a. claim a membership! of around Their daughter, Anna Roosevelt -
use country' lie all work with
I discovered: a growth which men in Florida. These are the I! the public relations: department of case against Rachel Gib- persons on projects
he at first I 2,500,000 in the United States:, the possible exception of some I (Dall) Boettiger, autoing
resources. thought was citronella I ;! the Key West Administration ,
| in Florida ton, charged with
only shops equipped to"do imputing a want I
: and nardus native while the paid-up membership of talked for five minutes the ; employes in the sanitary depart- speedily between New Y< rk and
As a matter of tract: RRA ha [ grass roporon; this of !' on
to southern Asia which yields type work the A. F. of L. is given at approximately accomplishments; of the Florida I of chastity vas ordered nol ,, ment. I Hyde Park these days, caring for
tome 100 millions now ot its disposal the cars of other rail lines hav- I" I
4,000,000. prossed. .. her children and writing articles
citronella oil. used to drive away ing been conditioned outside of ERA in Key West. !I Only public health projects c. |
if previous unexpended allotments mosquitoes. : Cooperative unions, where em I During: the afternoon the visitors -!f John Gerbert's case was order- : sential to the health of the com-i James taking the President'sI
the it is said. { '
for administrative expense Clorer ployes and employers iron out tahe.i I munity and those functions neces-I New York town hous. where a
: investigation showed that Few people realize that it tekes were on a sightseeing ed continued until the next term.:
rural l rehabilitation and it was not a grass: but an epiphyte. a lot of equipment to operate a I their differences around the con-;I trip around the city. I lie is charged with fishing in the nary to the efficient adndniatra; -("For Rent" sign! long dis-
: ference table, contend their own, [ tion the be played-and making its to
subsistence homesteads one of the many parisitic growths'found 1 distance Tonight trey! will be guests of of organization will
are con long train. Fo- instance ,
: waters of :Mon-oe without?
in tropical regions, and all;)! When the Tamiami leaves Miami\ : is the only way out of the labo;;-:j the lIaban -MuIritl: club. A spe- {j ji county continued on a full six day a week I Young Democrats t countryover.
aidered. having: secured the
: | = required li-j,
confusion into which industry .
capital I
I of the specimens' : secured were 11 o'clock in the morning the Tam ; -,i cal! program for the occasion n| basis, Mr. Gilfond said.
A vast long-range policy to clinging with email tendrills to I jpureley. I iami :which left the day before is i; has been thrown as a re-j: being arranged by George MillsWhite. i j i cense. i I I The system which has gone in- Broad-thouldred Elliott riding -
remedy maladjustments in the suit of the court's decision The last case herd yesterday { over and stocking his 250
which! is luxuriantly supreme -|t I l to effect will reduce the time
farm population and to place ing'on Bamboo Key. grow.j j j southbound alout to reach and Washington.the Tamismi D.ha C.:' against N ItA. i|I The visitors will be allowed toj!I afternoon after t'.e! jury returned !j ja worked by laborers one third and! Texas acres, but taking time out

needy farmers on a selfsustainingbasis It was also shown that two oth-i;I I just left New York and :another|! Leader Makes Charge I(Igo I where fancy dictates Sunday I)r verdict: of not guilty in the case will reduce their regular J i for a finish fight oa his vice
is in prospect. RRA will be I er places one at Channel Key)t I Tamiami is speeding south through W. C. Ruegnitz president of.: morning. At 2:45 o'clock that I!of the state against George Brooks: remuneration proportionately.{) presidency of the Texas Young
one of the few governmental re- the 4L, has thrown down the!]' i was that of May Jordan. : ,'! Democrats.
and another at Marquesas\ were; Florida. Hence four complete afternoon :ai exhibition drill |, Foremen truck drivers, and others
lief agencies as much concerned I free from mosquitoes; and at both j I trains in constant ; gauntlet to William Green presi-:Ebe! given by picked squads: of the: She was charged with being a I who have been employed on work! John just missing a fling *<: a
are operation !i
with the future as the present. I of these place: this epiphyte was i; Mid it requies Tour to fill dent of A. F. of L. He has pre I Junior Patrol>>1 drill team. The, vrgrant and on, being arraigned! projects on a full week basis will{' northwest woodsman in the CCCto
The RRA Program found in abundancey. I I each Pullman line. This cars also dicted the downfall of Green's organization Junior Patrol's drum and bugle{I: entered a plea of guilty. Judge J. ; reduce the time t.hey'wor from take a pa'l.u Job swinging an
Four major' phases of-the' pro.I Mr. Tanh rbronsAt some of ''plies'to the Havana Special for ap-its because of "destructive; ?! corny: > 'win'aso t orf pmr. -aImmediatel 1 r Vining- Harris; inposrd a prison, six days per wee, to four and. axe fw TVAfn rWoiTH in the
tf sentence of 30 with the alternative
will be the is efforts" of its leaders, and has I !..- the drill lays 'Tennessee Valley.
gram ; growth to Key West and to long run bct,>cei Key West and: following I [will receive one third less wages.
1. Removal of farm j J I experiment with it at the golf New York. *IA called for a national organizationof I! the visitors will Lc taken in motorcars -!I of leaving Key West. I I Two shifU will. be in )I Like. Their Namesake.

families from non-productive ',, couise. If he is successful in his total of than 30 sirtonditione.l : employers and employes. to RaJl"ci!> for the regular : Without any hesitancy the worn- operation for common laborers.i Oldest New Yorkers recently
I niT-e ,, I
sub-marginal land to good I experiment he is satisfied the cant were there foro '- Ruegnitz' grievance is that the I I Sunday afternoon cocktail hour. ai agreed to leave at once. She{ These will be Friday and Saturday 'have been noting that when the

farms. I golf course w1: he free of mos- needed to fill the! through Pullman strike in the Washington and I The return is scheduled for vas LDeputy escorted Sheriff to the railway Elwood depot,I I I for one, and Tuesday and! young Roosevelts are free forselfexpression
2. Mpving rural families quitos at all seasons. lines on there trains states Mr. ; Oregon lumber industry was the I r 5:40 p. m. Sunday.STAMP : I I !i Wednesday for the other. Skilled thy run remark
t who saw he' the train and
dispossessed from their farms I Costar, in ::''+:tion to the magnificent -|! outcome of a struggle betweenthe I until it on left. remained I labor will be on one shift a week.,",'1 ably true to type pf the very an-
back to the land. SHIP PASSENGERS I III dining cars and first cites A: F. of L. and his organization -I I CLUB !l Friday Tuesday and Wednesday.:I!! orators for whoin they werei
3. Advancing sufficient I coaches air-co< :Itioned by the and insists industry is being: t tt I "Just as rapidly as we get approval >I i named.
capital to families moved railway company and the loutici: I torn apart "by strike propaganda II I II j: COUNTY BOARD I on Work Progress Administration .I I Franklin. Jr., like his father.
back to the farm and to re GREATLY PLEASED cars; which arc t!:e most luxurious] fomented by the A. t'. of L. and I CELEBRATIONFRIDAY I II 1 I projects for which we'' has a passion for boats. His hap-
lief-families now on" farmsto II of their type in use. { seemingly supported by regional: already have applied, we will start, piest summer days are spent with
enable them to resume WITH VISIT HERE board members." I NIGHT I!j 1 I HOLDS MEETING I I returning men to work on an in-'! a couple of cronies aboard some
farming operation on a self- I I Reugnitz also charges the A. I 1t t creased time basis," MX. Gilfond':: small craft exploring the inlets
sustaining, basis. I START CAMPAIGNOF F. of U. with deliberately tryingto I said. "However, we plan to give,. of New England.
I '
4. Building up of "sa break up all employeremploye : MELTZER COMPANY AWARDED employment in WPA projects first 1! Fifty-nine years ago an Elliott

tellite cities" and "suburban I FORTY PASSENGERS: COME ERADICATIONON collective bargaining or- KEY WEST PHILATELIC 50.| to those most needy of it. In j:!I Roosevelt, brother of Theodore
homes" neat large industrial I ganizations. CONTRACT TO FURNISH other words the persons who' are:. and father of the First Lady.
centers to permit city workers IN ON STTCAMER: GATUN; i View Thought Significant CIETY CELEBRATED SIX I I TRUCK FOR COUNTY now receiving four calls a month,!|, found Texas life to his liking. He

to augment their incomes SPENT SIX HOURS 'ASHORE MOSQUITOESMOSQUITO "The heat of A. F. of L. propa- MONTHS' ACTIVITY IN HOB-I'I indicating that they have the i I i had headquarters at Houston. His
with small farming ganda.." he says, "is being I ---- greatest number of dependents.i 1 i namesake now has a Texas wife
operations.The WHILE, SHIP TOOK ON OIL! turned on for this purpose. In the BY OF COLLECTING will be put to work: on these projects j i and a ranch on the edge of Fort
II At executive session of the
greater number of RRA FISH ARE TO BE western states special attention an first; then those with three I Worth.
( board of county commissionersyesterdf.y
projects are designed to enable' is being directed toward breakingup I : contract calls and so on. I I James, named for the Presi
families on relief to gain their;j Passengers arriving yesterday PLACED IN CISTERNS AND the 4L established in 1917.I' The Key Wet Philatelic Society afternoon the "Workers are being asked to r dent's father and John, named
for the
furniEhlpg aore
living through a combination of I,i afternoon on the Steamship Gatun This destructive effort by labor I'I in a social evening Friday at 1409 and half ton' truck boar for nth use work no more. time during the i I I for the President's uncle, ere
part-time, industrial or governmental -':'i of the Standard Fruit and Steamship OTHER: CONTAINERS TO leaders is being made in the face I White street, celebrated six by the road eepartmentv-asaward- balance of the month than they:;: home-loving youths, who remain
work and farming. None' company enjoyed a most delightful COMBAT PESTS of the fact that the 4L organization -i months of activity in fostering ed to the Meltzer Motor are being paid for. Since we don't closely identified with the an-
is planned to increase agricultural I visit of six hours in Key by joint action of employes: any enlarging the hobby of stamp a Chevrolet vehicle: companyfor meeting have enough money to carry i)I central acres though they may
production for commercial use. I I West while the ship wax taking I and employers in 1917 instituted!I collecting in Key West. Prior to specifications through on a full time basis and travel afar. '

Plan Changed \ on provisions feel oil and water. and has since maintained the; January 11. 1935. the date the society I I ) Present ft the meeting were 1 cannot pay full budget requirements -j I Pee.idea'a Plans Tentative

Tha 100 million -dollars'now at i The Gatun docked 6 o'clockat" ]jare f Mosquito toT be distributed fish.gambusi to citizens affinis I highest wages and the best labor' was organized, stamp collectors Chairman Bervsldi! Commissioners we are. asking,, the clients J', Mr. Roosevelt will motor along
the disposal of Dr. TngweU is i; the Porter Dock company's main'!. i standards of the lumbering indus in Key West were unorganzied. Porter Warren and Niles, and: to work less time. >, her favorite Maine trails en route
of -i;
Key be in cisterns
Vfest to
only one-eighth of the amount pier and within a short time all of > placed '' try anywhere in the world." the majority not even Clerk Ross C. Sawyer. "It will probably take 30 or 60 iito 1! the family'" summer home on
which the Work Relief act earmarked -,j the 40 passengers making the and other containers or I While Reugnitz speaks for his irg there were other know-I This matter was brought before j days to make the full transition i! Campobello island just across the
for such projects subjectto cruise from Philadelphia to Mexi-1 Reservoirs aid in of fresh water as an;!i own organization only in the absence Key West it is ttated. te!: board at tr-e regular meeting I;from! the FERA to theV orksI Canadian border, in August.
the decision of President Roosevelt co. were ashore and enjoying a, ridding the city of mos-I of a central organization of From that man beginning six I Wednesday nig'it in response to a I!j I Program. Once the new program|i James hopes to make a speech to

j'I I motorcade around the city. quitoes.About 500 of these I cooperative unions his views are months ago. the society: has grown I I call for bids. Three local dealers I)I gets in full swing it is hoped all I: the Young Democrats in San
At first RRA's program in-'., At the Garden of Roses! they', were secured ;) regarded in labor circles as sig- to a Urge membership with indications T-iesented bUs and Chairman Carl :j*, certified: workers will have steadywork r. Francisco. He's making as many:
cluded plans for the purchase of were entertained by the proprietor,! from? the golf course yesterday -' nificant. that it will;! keep on growing Bervaldi :appointed a committee: ,r : on the new government wage' as possible of regional meetings
'' under direction of A. C. Tanner larger it is predicted.The scale," Mr. Gilfond i j in such diversified ast
submarginal land, rehabilitating: Pena Morales. From there they consisting; of Commissioners W. I concluded.: spots;
destituterural populations flood I,: proceeded to Club Miramar for( !sanitary" engineer, and are main event on the eve R. Porter B. B. Warren and I ; Paul, Minn.. Spokane Wash.' Denver -
control and -soil erosion and re- dancing. Later bathing at Rest),! now in one of the fresh water! PRESIDING ELDER ning's program c rs the little stamp: Nathan Nile, to inquire into the I' Colo., New York, and Bos-
forestation projects which would['I i Beach was! enjoyed and then i I t,, tanks at the Key West A'gnariuntIt ; sr-ow. The Tree criticism of each I' matter and award the contract.: I I CUBA HAS :ton.
have altered large portions of the dancing I and refreshments< et the ; is known that these little DUE HERE TODAYDr. stamp frame was enjoyed by all lAt the concl.1: 'in of the session I The President's plans must
most backward agricultural areas.I Habana-Madrid Club with John ;iI fish consume great quantities of present. The prize 'for the best I I I the Delinquent Tax Adjustment, 54 PASSENGERSFREIGHTER i await adjournment of congress be.
Mr. Roosevelt's decision, however Carbonell as host. j, wigglers, the larvae or pupae of frame was awarded Eugene Russell Board met and discussed a numberof ''Ifore I established definitely. Tentatively -

to restrict work relief pro I When the first whittle" sounded j i mosquitoes and will. materially!, with Or-is Kemp a close: : sec ,I matters relative to tax adjnstrienU I i they include an addre-j
jects to undertakings providing' the departure warning the happy I Ii' [,assist in keeping Key West rid of C. K. VHet Presiding Elderof ond. The pnrpose of this little j which were presented by i,''at the Young Democrats' notional
annual employment of $1.143 or i' tourists began the short journey the pest. "j the Miami District will arrive chow M i to prepare the membersfor rte clerk. Some of these were OZARK CLYDE. convention at Milwaukee August

less per capita brought about cur-{ to the ship which sailed at midnight -! Emory L. Pierce. Jr., aquarist I over the highway today. lie will the big stamp exhibition the I acted on and others deferred until MALLORY LINES ARRIVED i 23. which James and Elliott also
tailment of the land program.HABANAMADRID t with a happy group of passengers -|Jin charge at Key West' told The i be accompanied by Mrs. Vliet and society n planning for February,:i some future meeting., ':will attend; visits to Bolder dam
who expressed themselves! Citizen that there was to be a i their daughter Miss Billie Vliet. 1"36. which !.a* been officially YESTERDAY AFTERNOON i j!and the_ Califer4ia- Gte.: International .
as having had a most delightful( great number of mosquito larvae j The elder will preach at Fleming named the "&>cond Annual Key Ii I exposition' at"1an; Diego
time. |; introduced into the tank and in-I 1 Street Church tomorrow morning -' West Stamp Exhibition" under the CHANNELMARKERPLACED I r and possibly rettrn to Washinc-

CLUB. !I Ir vites the people of the city toj j at 11 o'clock and at Ley auspices of the Key West Philatelic I i Steamer Cuba of p. and O. S. ton by way of the Panama canaL
1( visit the aquarium and watch the i Memorial church tomorrow eve-; Society. RECENTLY S. company arrived this morning' It i is expected: that the President
TONIGHTDANCE' NEW\ ARRIVAL IN little fish give an ocular demonstration -; ning: at 8 o'clock Guests present at this affair I from Tampa with 54 passengers J I I along the route, will follow bra

r of their voracious app..j There will be a quarterly con- were: Miss Virginia McClanahan.I I en'route to Havana, Cuba. {I I policy of making several extemporaneous / -
DEMERIT HOME tites and the rapidity of consumption -ference at First Methodist church Dr. Wm. P. Kemp, Jack Pinder Freighter Ozark of the Clyde-[! speeches Texas I has a
I of their natural,food. Monday at 7:30 p. nu, and the and Eugene :Moomaw of Miami. The United States Lighthouse Mallory Lines arrived 5 o'clock j[! tentative chance for a presidential
I elder will preside at the conference These JUcstsoere: heartily wel-I I' Department lias announced that yesterday afternoon from New Orleans -;1 visit when the Confederate Tet-
I RECOVERS WEDDING RINd'RUTLAXD. I at Fleming Street church comed by the members of the eo-I i.: Main Channel Key West Harbor,I and sailed! 6 o'clock for Miami -I I I crane meet at Amarillo in Sep.
For Members and Guests Announcement las been made o'clock.Dr. '
Monday evening at 8:30 ciety. I Florida blzck second class can I and Jacksonville.Freighter j tember.)
Music by Habana-Madrid of the birth of a son to Mr. and i iMrs. i Vt.-Turning over! Vliet will hold the confer-'I At the conclusion of the program I, number 11 was placed July"VI to Medina of the same j!i I Hyde Park still holds the "Sum-
Orchestra \ W. B. Den..eritt at the South!] the sod on the lawn of his home ence at Ley Memorial church Tues- refreshments were served mark the position of Middle I company is due to arrive Monday j,! mer White House" spot on the
Beach infirmary on WednesdaYj'I j in this city Kenneth Martin, 19, day evening at 8 o'clock.: I by the hostess. Mrs E L. Saw- Ground South End buoy 11. I, night from Galveston Texas, and j Roosevelt map but the White
SCRIPT $1.00 j I night I, found his mother's wedding ring,t The public is cordially invitedto I yer. All expressed themselves as This information is given for after discharging and loading House will be home again to the

,j|I Mr!. Demeritt was before marriage -I which he had thrown out of al attend any of these services, it I having greatly enjoyed the eve- the benefit. of mariners operating) cargo will sail for Charleston,. S.J i,presidential couple when the boy
i Miss Kathleen Ackerman. I, window when a baby. is stated. ning of stamps 'in these waters. C, and New York. { scout jamboaree is held.





THE KEY 'N'. JULY 13 1935.
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t It fJr'bt .miC? 1fvt ( A LINK FROM THE PAST 1 I tery., Mr. Roberts is well knownin ". ." LEGALS LEGALSIV

KEY WESPthr Key West where he has made ___ -- .-- -

, I Published Dally, Eicept Sunday By Down in the village of Plateau near I r his home for practically all of his THE WEATHERTemp.r.taes' 'L THE: i nRrrir COCA or. THC THE CIHCCTT Coral I* AID
1 3 CITIZEN DAYSGONE life and has reared a large family. .' ciiirt' FOR *O t" THE riBLIIIINQ: CO, INC.L. BY I I .I s.'\TIFTM jrniriAL IT
*............{ ... I
, P. AttrfcA. ......'.e.i Mobile lives Cudjo Lewis described by W. lie hopes to re-ewe the support ; < OF., THE !'T.'TE OP FIORlDt. FinRiiiA. rH. '%rrRV.
i: JOB 'ALLEX, Assistant as....... MaaaKer tiappeninfs Her* Just 10 Years of his many fr!ends. ; HARRIET IN AM F.FOR MONROR: fOr\tl. JOHN JOSFMI .R1I. FT.PUiatlfC. .
From The Citizen Building W. H. Blumenthal in the New York: Eve Ago Today At ,Tike Front I I. ; FREEMANPlaintiff T... Bill FOR imORCCMAvn
I Highest ...-......._.._.._ ; .. .
t Corner Greene and Ann Streets ning Post as "the most historic Negro in I The File. Of Too Citizen I II I Editorial comment: The troubl* Lowest .... ......................._._80 CLARENCE" B. FREEMAN ? I RILKT Defendant.'

with folks who blow their own Mean\ ......... ..................... ....-.....8-& ** Defendant. ORDER FOR FtBUCATIOX
the United States
Only Daily Newspaper in Key West and Monroe a title well bestowed.For I I ORDER It affidavit
County. I J. Otto Kirciheincr: :, chairman horns is that they' are usually! Normal Mean .....__...........1: 83''I -It appearing OF by PUBLICATION the affidavit and. appearing to the bill by filed In appended the
Lewis is the last living of all the o"T the lioaid'of county commissioners poor* musicians.. Rainfall !I the sworn bill filed In the above short stated cans., that MAN DA
entitled cause" that Clarence B. RILEY the defendant therelhnamed.
at Key West. Florida as second class matter
slaves brought from Africa to this coun- Slate' :Senator William H Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins. l Fr..mari. the defendant' herein Is a non-resident of the
'riFTV-SIXTH! TEAR Malone, who" fathered the'Monroe De'mond New Roof Garden Review Normal Precipitation .. .09 Ins. named I* a non-rSsident of thestate ;State of Florida, and that her rent
._ try; and. made the trip on_ the Clothilde ccunty Water Se. ply District. Bill will open for a season of entertainment This ree r4 ei er. 24-fc;;? ia residence'of Florida, that his present I dence 1. unknown and that there
M ber .( A1a.eiated Pre.." : >e.rl*.1 I la unknown to the plaintiff is no person in the Plate of FlorIda -
and Hilton Curry, county commis'stoner at the Sar CationOpera eading t S 'e1.ek iLl.. rr.r.l.g : ,that plaintiff hai been unable the service of: a summons In
The AssobiatM Press Is exeluslvely: entitled to us& last of the slave ships to brihg a cargo tb will House Saturdar This cjmr'auy Tomorrow'Almanac to ascertain the residence of....14d..r..nd.nt Chancery upon whom would bind
fur of all credited go to after such defendant and that she is over
or republication not otherwise credited new In dispatches this paper and also tIt our shores, on the last trip of her unholy probably. n&tt Monday talIahWee'j I )has a large repertoire of mu- Sun rises ..............._... 5-46: a. m. That Aid defendant.diligent Clarence. efforts.B. the. age twenty-one years..

the a petition to Governor sical comedies and other types ofentertainment. Sunsets ._._... ....... 7:19 p. m.1 I twenty-I IT IS THrREFORK ORDERETf
local new published here. .. traffic in .
1859. Lewis is supposed to be que ting f him to call a special! session -i. There are'' 14 art-! Moon rises ..........._... 6 11 p. m. It U therefor Ordered that laid that be, and said she non-resident Is hereby, required defendant tof .-
96 years old. ; of the legislature to re-enact I i iHs in the company and all of them :Moon sets ...*........ ... J53 a. m f non-resident defendant. Clarence B. appear to the bill'6t complaint fillet
WNATIONAL EDITORIAL) class entertainers. ; Freeman be and he i* hereby required in said cause. on or befor Monday
are high I 15th. 12 00
i Full
moon, : |.
the water supply bill. This action Sth .. !
ASSOCIATION With to appear to the Bill of Complaint the day of. August 193 i; otherwise -
_/ 93SUrBsCHlPTiOl 109 others of the peaceful Tar- was taken at a rer-ilar meeting of i Tomorrow' .Tide ,*,. I j filed, in said cause on or before : the. allegations of saM bill
I Monday, tie Sth day bCAugust will be taken as, LEGALS P.M.* >> ,
.. kar the board !
tribe in Africa he was captured by thd last night following a i '.A. D. un, .otherwise theUr defendant
atlons -
RATES motion made ly County Commis- i High .................. 7:48 9-41: of said Bill Will betaken asconfessed IT 1* FCKTHFR tTRDERBD that
One o Tear .._. ......__. .. -flO," more savage Dahomeys and sold to the sioner >\'m. R. Porter II I* 'riS 1IU'.tT ('01 liT OF TIIF!:, Low ....._._._....... 1 00 3 07 I J>r said plaintiff.It this 4H-.e published onct A Week.
White Tttf;\TUTII Jt I)H'I %l. f'III!'I IT, is, further Ordered that .this for four J4) fxvuecntlve weeks in
fell __.. S.OO slave trader Captain Billy Smith cf Barometer 8am. today : "
Month OF FIOIIIM. /\ .,MI I'OKMOMIOK : I Order: be published once each week The Key \% est CImen.a newiplperpaMUhVtTtnVAtd
__. 1.51 CIIVXHM. 30.03.WEATHER for five Ci) consecutive weeks. County ahd State.
Three Month the Clothilde. The unfortunates suffered Mr. OI\T1. l\ -f Sea level in
and Mrs. Mendell
One Month _.... .tbweekly Wm. are (' : '. The Key West CItlten a newspaperpublished This 28th day of June. ISJi. .
indescribable in receipt of a telegram from T. E TRICE. in said County and Mate (SEAL) ROSS c. SAWYER
hardships the
_. ,. ..21ADVBRT1lI1 during 70-day Plaintiff, I SEAL.) ROSS C. SAWYER Clerk of Circuit Court.
voyage, being kept most of the time in the George Kantor and daughter, Miss ,.... reelmnre of .r'ca.p FORECASTTill Clerk Circuit Court. By FLORENCE I:. SAWYER
O RATES Cladys Abromo.itch. who hare,rrnrr A, COOK and RE..\TRILF: By FLORENCE K. S.WYER.Deputy Deputy Clerk.
Made known on application. foul hold of the vessel with only a scptity arrived in Berlin,. Germany, en I i I I>. lKK' his wife Clerk. J B: FLAHERTT.
n.r..nd..ntlloI ( 8 p. m. Sunday) WILLIAM ilALONE.. Solicitor for Plaintiff
SPECIAL XOTICB allowance of bread and. water for sub route to r.oum:1ni'herehey will I innER J"OR rtBIH'ATIMM Key West and Vicinity Partly Solicitor for Plaintiff JunZ: Ilra18.2Q8f.BENJAMIN
All leading notices) cards of thanks,'resolutions of j visit Mrs. Kantor's former home It appearing l>r affi lav.t of T:'R.Trire i Jun2: jlylS227. I
.. ei& will sistence. I plaintiff in the aln.ve styled c'oudy: with local bowen tonightand rr -- I I .
r rtspVct, obituary noll t charged for at in Focance. They mil also visit at I!and entitled .the ale of It cents A line. They were finally landed on the Alabama Jassi and Bucharest. i frmlants., Percy A. Cook rfnrtjiteatrire Sunday; gentle winds mostly 1 I LOPE2
Notices for Entertainments by churches from whicha I I n Cook his wife. are each southeast. PALACECarl FUNERAL HOME
revenue is lo be derived are S cents a line. coast and soon after sold to_ various 'I non-residents of the tate of Florida Florida: Local showers tonightand
At regular ; and that It U the belief nt the Serving Key West
of Rob-
The Citizen ta an open forum and invites discussion masters whom they served faithfully. a meeting affiant that the said drfrndaqtslercy Sunday. Bnsson-Mary! Ellis in I
of public Issues and subjects of local or general ert Perry Chapter. DeMolays, held': A.' Cook and Beatrice It Jacksonville to Florida Straits f All The ] Half Century
Interest but It will; not publish,anonymous communi After the' Civil War they gathered to- last night, Key West Consistory :'.Cook. his wife, are each residents of : Gentle to moderate winds mostly King's Horses I 24 Ho.r Ambulance l Ser tce

cations. gether to form. a colony at Magazine Point Number 4, Scotti Rite Masons ,.<(?here ootc-M l is llalns nn person New within Jerseyami the Mate that I i portion and Southeast over south Comedy and Mickey.Mod!'' Licensed Es b.mer

.- ---. -. .. where they were employed in a shipyard. announced they will turn over to..'of Florida iwr ice *.f a ...poetia : portino and southeast over south, Matinee-- :. ]iCMc'NI,1U. IS.Z5c.. Phone. ". 135 Night. 6a6Vt.I
a IV<'n whom would bind the paid dr-l ---
the DeMola I II
IMPROVEMENTS'FOR' KEY WEST Later they bought some land and engagedin organization. the I Jfrn.lant-, and that it is the IxIuflor I portion and partly overcast weather .. _
library in the Scottish Rite building j said affiant that each of raid tonight and Sunday with scattered I --:--- -- u ---- - --
ADVOCATED feYJTHE CITIZEN truck raising. It \rrr- largely' through the '.d..r..n.lant" h. over the age[ oftwentyone shower .. J.-

I But one by one they passed away efforts of F. B. Gmto that the I' IT IS. TillHt years::I-ORK. OUI>FRF1> East Gulf: Light winds mostly ; CONDENSED STATEMENT lor-;'CONDITION OF 011. .i
--- ... wrtr.rr E I library was realized and it was he that the said defendants; 1'1'A.. southwest over north portion' and I "" b., 1 ....
leaving Cudjo Lew1sWn6"bnly link between Cook and Beatrice n. l'o..k hi.
1. Water and Sewerage. who announced the plan of the ife. and each of thnn lie and they southeast over south portion dnd THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ..: If.... ''' ...
the African slave: traders and the consistory: to turn over to the are hereby required to appear to partly overcdst weather tonightand dF Kty.WEST .b .P .
2. Bridges! .to complete Road to Main lie'stUl 1 cultivates boys the use of the library. I the bill of complaint filed In this ... '
} .
'present. } his garden Raid cause. on or before Mondav. Sunday with scattered show \ 0-,4, e n; Q "
l land.' U and as'sextbnton the Sth day of August A. D 193.1otherwise ;, ers. ., :"'' 'U. a. at close of basinets June 29, 1835-i ._A _. .L_ .;...

serves' a nearby Negro Indications ere that the first bill of.' complaint the allegations/will. he taken of said as I '" :, ,f Comptroller's Call ,;: Isstr ., ..:r
S I. Free Pert.h .church, in the graveyard of'which' his wife offerings of Monroe county bonds j I 1 I rLRTHKR RESOURCES .
4. Hotels and Aparnuents. and six children are buried. He told Mr. for the building of the Oversea ,.this IT order IS be published RDbRKD once: a week that -- I
Blumenthal Highway will find a large number : for four consecutive<< weeks!!, in The The northeastern disturbance i Loans 'and Investments!! ... $ 303,950.23
5. Bating Pavilion. : Key West Citizen, a newspaper sat Banking Mouse Furniture .
of bids! availing the consideration this the I
"Some 1(general circulation I published In is central morning over and Fixtures __... 33,848.61
6. Airports:-Land and Sea. of dese days I tek time to die. of the county' commissioners' One Monroe County, Florida' Gclf of St. Lawrence. Father
Stock ,
of the Federal Reserve
I I! -
'7. Consolidation of County and City When I go, I ain't got fur to go." million and sirtv thousands dollars ,West DONE Florida AND, ORDERED this Sth day at of July Key, Point. Quebec:, 29.48 inches; \\llha I Bank 6,000.00temporary

.Governments. of bond are to be offered for sale A. I>. IS35tCT shallow trough! of low pressar-* Federal Deposit
Representatives' of several bond I CT. SEAL 'extending southwestward to the Insurance Fund 1,9540)
ronipams in the conferring I United States Govern-
are city Clerk;nrruit (Court Monroe Coun- middle Gulf coast; while pressure! ,
with members of the board. ty. Florid. is i high over the northwest and mint Obligations direct

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN Harold Ickes, Secretary of the Interior Hy FLORENCE: E.Deputy SAWYER.CJerk off the tooth' Atlantic t-03t.! Rap- i r and__fully._guaranteed ...._-$593.66-1.69.
The Burbank Realty company, W-C..PRICF- 11 City. :tO 32 inches: and Bermuda I
has been subjected to numerous at- Solicitor for Plaintiff.Jty0I329fl. Other Marketable Bonds .
developers' of Martello Towers' .O.20 inches. Showers find :
; .
: aog3 1933I and. Securities 200,70621
WILL tacks by advocates of municipal power today offered to the city the use thund'rstormsn"e occurred dur* 'I Cash! and'due from Banks-- 437,575 1,231.946
seek the
always truth !it
print plants because he evidently cannot see the of $2 .000 for constructing a parkat \FLOltllil., fllUIIT TWTlFTII rol HT. !'T.'TB JIIII-01- irg the last 21 hours throughout I Irio..t

without fear and without favor; never be the West M&rtello Towers reservation ('I"L.('llIrt'IT. :uo,not: ('Ol'\- of the G:li! .nd South Atlantic j I $1,577.69892
afraid t* attack wrong or to applaud right; logic of building such plants in towns already provided! arrangementscan i T\. 1% CHAXrltl.Complainant'. States in t>otions of the central -i t( U

efficiently and economically served be made for the lease or sale'! ',KU4ENE IL SINGLETON Plains Stateand middle Mi5snrpi -1 I Ii |j BILrtIES.. .
alvays fight for progress; never be the organ by private systems. of the tower to the city by the vs.CENEVIEVE. i <- Valley, and from the Ohio 1 I II ]I Capital! ..S. ''10000000<

.or the mouthpiece of any; person clique war department.' The offer of the I* SISGtrfOV, I Valley' eastward! .over the north', Surplus and Undivlded'Profits .4 __ 68.906.64

faction or class; always] do its utmost for the That attitude on the part of the official company was contained' in a l let.J ORDER OF,UBUICAT1UV Defendant. ; Atlantic Ststcs: the rainfall being t;,;I'Deposits! _.__......._.....-..-_._ -1,418,792.38
who has charge of the vast PWA ter' sent to City Clerk WallacePinder : It appearing by the sworn billfiled 'heavy; in eastern Missouri. St.
public welfare never tolerate in the above-lltal..d cause that 1577698.92
; Corruption or fund should be praised, not attacked. If who will present it to the GENEVIEVE 1. SIN :.t.FTON. thedrfrndant Lot;11. 1.fi8 inches. Tempe"atnre(
Injustice;: 'denounce vice and praise virtue j city council at the meeting' to be therein named is a, nunreeldrnt have moderate in most section1 Since Ian. 1, 1935, we have voluntarily{ relinquished

commend hood done by Individual or , |239f,000! () U. S. Postal Savings depdslts.i. .

tolerant of others' power had their way every town in the that she is over the age of. twentyone btt maximu'm :.eyeing of 100 to .' Member. ..t'Federal Reserve System.. ,
; rights, and therefore orderedthat
views years it is
Jos W. Albury. chief of police 102: degrees oec-rred' again yesterday
Country l large or small growing or back- said nonresident defendant be MemSer of Federal I...
I Depot ra ee Corporation
opinions; print only news that will elevate of the city of Key West, who has' an'l."b... Is hereby required to appear in northern Texas and
and not contaminate the reader sliding, would be given a publicly-owned efficiently filled the office for the to the bill of complaint filedin Oklahoma. U. S. GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARYeeeeeeeeeeeeeee'eeeeeee
never com .
; said .
cause on before Monday
promise'with principle. electric plant regardless of any need for present term of office, makes his the fth day of August A. J>. 193otherwise ,

it. Tax-free subsidized would formal announcement for reelection the allegations of said -. 'j,
competition hill will. be taken as confessed by
Citizen 1.l11'.IT
in this issue of The '

destroy the investments of millions of citizens lie has an excellent record as chief said is defendant.It further ordered that this :. .eeeeeee
Wonder if the new social security will in private systems. Great deficits and l believes; his friends will support hrder for fourconsecutive be published once weeks each in week The .. ..

extend to climbers who somehow got into would be saddled on the already overburdened him in the coming election.In Key West Citizen, a newspaper published -
; In said County and Stat
high society. taxpayers, and the millions private- today's iSsue of The Citizen j This 14th day of June, 1131
ROSS IYOwned'utilities now pay in taxes wouldbe Thomas II. Roberts!, better knowna. Circuit Court.. SPECIALS
Tom Pilot announces his can-
lost to the public treasuries. Worst of Solicitor for Comp'ainant.!
Suggested oath for dentists "I
: swearto didacy for sexton of the city ceme- iunl5-22. jul?-11
pull the tooth the whole tooth and all, one of our most essential industries .
would -.- _. .. _. ,.. .
nothing but the tooth." become a plaything of municipal 4 ___ n.____ __. ..
politics-which is usually inefficient, almost .

always wasteful and frequently cor- w its a .J BEACH
money !
Czechoslovakia_ lends Russia money rupt. diD'" It: s,9
with which to buy ;:cj. There statesmen { e"en iCIjU1.steel1eit
arny are Mr. Ickes is adamant in holding to Cad '

with soft heads in Europe also. Now Yu .. .L& CHAIRSi
the principle that PWA funds should be \ '

e used for projects that benefit all the peo- I\\ '. .erator '

To an'inquirer'who wants to' know ;ple-that are useful -and that are needed. r,
who wrote the ballad '''Yes we have no f Every eitiUri. '' should.. ; support him in that. ti' $$1,75ITAW

baiiauas"e don't know and don't care. .N '.:.. tqac"i"os .


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ettrorld: wa are vllfltng 1 to admit, 1 -- -- 0'e

owes k every mdrt the opportunity to wprk The' motorist is?a*helpless victim of i 8 inch Oscillating! t '
for a living. All that remains is to 'et taxation because .there .nopractical. substitute $ .

every man to work.A for gasoline. Fan e II : e e .:" !I(

For almost any other commodity the r

% THERM'OS l BOTTLES $1.25 i
consumer! can use a substitute. 4fjstIiT --
level-headed man can usually see '
But when it comes to gasoline it's pay
two sides but sometimes he is so evenly-
the tax: or stop driving. MOS0UITO SPflAY KILS-IT- Pint; 15c; !
balanced that he cannot see the road : -
The states started taxing gasoline"moderately" 25c Idc.
Quart ; Spray Gun
where he is walking.In i
but', as with all special taxes,

the gas tax soon became exorbitant. :
f.orj 'Gine Buff French
r ,
case you have any doubt as to the Then the federal government decidedto -- ---- PALMER P'Awt.vTWLtle.y, Pea Green ilid iIIlt Btu ':

meaning of any of these paragraphs an'dthink take its pound of flesh from the motor

they apply to some public enemy ist. ThefntGeneralEfectric. 1 1'' 80 Ce $1.50
Half Gallon .. G.on,, --- I IDECOTINT
you can solve the question by reading Motorists have it in their power to Monitor Top revolutionized e

them aloud to the public enemy. demand a reduction of exorbitant gas refrigeration costs. 1

What taxes, including the actual repeal of the Now 1935 models GeneralElectric use! 40% t i i :' -" -PAlST *y l61u.. 'i.at'1: Tan UIt ..Qi..j

we need now is men; fearless federal gas tax.
1 leis current than G.E 1930
stalwart, ltout! -hearted.men of the' same They also have the right to demand ,j models. r .. o. ". '40&-75<<

kind of timber as those who laid the foundation that gasoline taxes be not used for other : lilt'' : 5 Ib Package, Regular Price 60c, Sale Price ............... ..... .._..,. ?:
All modern convenience I
of ourgpuntry, men who will inspire : than road : : ., .< :
purposes. .
features Years Performance .4 f. m ....... \.'. .
,confidence' in Americans and .American When taxes run from 25 to 50 per 1 Protection fot 1. H '1 : '..

principles: and not a lot of theorists. cent of the retail price of any article as i 001'1 a. jesr-and pricesas LJ 3 O. .

the gasoline tax does it is high time to i j! low as -- 1

It was at first reported that the "Pub correct the' abuse.: I $ 60 South Florida Contracting & Bigberiig i.

lic Utility Act of 1935" would be rush'edthrough II I 92. I .

on a "command" performance, Premier Mussolini is sending his I|I Phone 598 White( and [lid 'Sif'cefi :

but there was so much opposition even cheese to his soldiers in Africa and as a t t i! ..

within Congress that it was decided to dosome result the price of Parmesan cheese has I lA "Y6dr b Worthy 6f tlie' best"rAGE.TWO :

thinking over this highly complex risen on the American market as much as .I THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC+ COMPANY .. ...

piece of legislation. It takes time to $12 a'drum. Parmesan cheese casters are I :...... I iflfi'rl'iiiratfaflyi rtlt.i trtf4fa3'titf iii'li.ritiri". l fJJtltttdi .tcV :

think worried. Cheese it. J j 11"III.lI; .

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.i oijl .GwlaNal.r.;; sf4. ,fie iPOuldiiillber I \ &\!, tp.you. .fr. SPORTS I 1753-College of Philadelphia.nhilflcMphia.
irrJ vAcm ACT hsabasdyaredrale.dy1sa.f.r> 4Ua,.- t. which became the Univ. of -
And he says yon know him.
work for,Stark Albert//ty \e "Rathef '001.eommen 4 'jtl !S. B. BEER OUTFIT DOWNS : chartered.: : : There :will re & baseball game

L6alti. .irllaaf ..tas.faatar.rAlt3rtyr berr.. "but. all right; Chow 'htm in. lrt i played tomorrow afternoon beginning -
.itri f.ar
UIIereated fit I
LUyttw./raw" Ucerpaot4tt* t* DiwsSrf.- ADMINISTRATION; SERVICE 1787-Historic Ordnance for at 3 .o'::ock, at the NavyField

.A* had pom* fa lea her *asterrarer A tan thin yonni|; li'i an. with'a -- -- ...c -.. ....... _.,._ the Xorthwest Territory, enactedby between the Cuban Club
4* ""q att. (koto, wk.'d4atns.ataDrw4a..4traapn DEFEATS CAVE
opes INN CLUBBy j
anvil rotted "race and rather ttartHcg Congress-one of the great dec- and the Coconuts.

::j:1r.fating from tkt train.; H.. pale trey eyes, walked into the _. -- larations o& American eons!-tu- A good game !is promised and
beef fe ll*4 anal r -- -- ---- i I
cmffe. room. :..;.;....i.;. .. ..... iI I tional liberty.1793Marat. '; i it is expected that a large crowd
Albery! glared! at him for.. few DETROIT CLUB IStANiJtkGS P'I ( JOVE) I I i will be in attendance.ii.ee.e.e..i.eo.e.e.eei.

Chapter Fdpi. moments'without recognition. Then FOLLOWING Both games in the Social League i French revolutionist .
a look came Info bin face as If be I last night were decided in the last|j Charlotte
Rb M6ORIiI assassinated !by

I "'=ilfi.it teifiy' fbh." therstrinr'idfd. saw He ashcst.started.. .to his feet t exclaim. AND YANKS ARE THROUGH I CLUBS COMPILED I frame. The S. B. Beer ten won Corday. Today's Horoscope

}y -Da. y'bii 11!+e in ftoMooi: their game from the Administration ........................

London" *! ft&' "Moorfe! It's Rex STIll WINNING I' By JOVE I 14-13. and the Service ten 1863-Draft dots-in New York This is a very strong' day giv-

"Tei.'l"6rin'fco'nftiL' Moore; Jsiff It! Tou're Miler! ( JOY-E < ( ) defeated the City.
Laurie Cave
:; l ) By ) clubs Inn. 54. ing quick perceptk great Adaptability
...... ." > Standings of the so far in
'.P U); defla'ntl}i.:afcd her! bide. eyes -' -- .ee..eeeee..a.e.e the Social Diamondb'all) Leagueand I The l leaders at bat were Frohock to conditions and a"e 'y

were brilliant as she looted at him: WHITE SdX ROUT BOSTON AGGREGATION statistics and floss for the office boys in the I 1918-Germans: claim to have able nature. YTQ should succeedin
The [local l baseball have other :
"i 'Tb :gkcri,ecI'61te! :o b ineout PHILADELPHIA participated in 27 players so fat r Club- W. L. Pet. first Jr:me. and Delgado. Wells:: downed 468 planes and lost 152 in many ways as a teacher: or

rudeness: whichseemed. 'io"delb! ; this year. They have games played the Service ...m................ 2 0 1.000S. I and L. Castro for the' Beer boys. l I j preceding month. trainer, bat though the hopes will
rat to bet, Her JltUe, straight"tfose ATHLETICS BLANK The fieUinr; stirs were P. Casj j' probably be realized there may be
Veteraiis four times on the keys, B. Beer .m............ 1 0 1.000 and Garcia placed:; welL Alfonso
was lo tiValr;kkr re'a-tro4n.wi} tro. Delgado. McKinley and Bailey. > no. great pre-eminence over your
Cave Inn ..... .. 1 1 .500
winning every game. They playedone -- hit a homer in the sixth inning.
tamps The !
hair hone under th. was in the fellows.
of richly game won seventh -
Bermuda .
South lliami.and Bakery 0 1 .000 I
game at Score by innings:
pt tnreirrlaie hilt wefi now lit. with .
; won from the team fronv there Lighthouse __:......... 0 1 .000 two out. Lewis singled j! First Came
,Hef. Ttirt4! certbot: jbnnc.ne.of to ritht'o ing f. Garcia with
Mbeaaujalj j
.... 0
'framed Iink lne onee'on the grounds here; They Administration .m. 1 .000 R H. E. KEY WEST 1
; momenta. (! p..-UI tm Tie Cltf...) the winning run.
high dark' collar of sable-dyed fur 1 j a NEW YORK, July 13.-The De- have- lot';t game to the Veterans. In the second game the Serviceten I Administration COLONIAL HOTEL
On ner l black boat The rest of the contests were played Games! played l *o far and the was trailing] from the start!, 005 002 C-13 G 5
tl-oit Tigers again worked their among themselves. The local winning'and losing: pitchers! : Cave j S. B. Beer 503 200 4-14 19 6 I
Thi bU.. eyes'biased back:, hi* ; and almost to the fniish. Uncle 1; In the Center of the Business
favorite trick of coming from behind l miles the Inn forfeit 9 to 0, from
cirn'straate atnance : club: has traveled 1,000 won by Sam's boys woke in the seventh Batteries: fobertsr. Cooper and

t;''S rtt"fi6liltsr to victory': as they tallied aft- first !six months of the year. Bermuda Bakery; Service won 10. when Sawyer got up on by an error,I|I Moreno; L. Castro and II: Castro. and Theater District
:iau's 41>' t snPhu"ee..ilk/. the rest ;1.: "" .. "' ... _. er a b'ad'slart to tufts back: the Lighthouse 9,S.Adams B. Beer 14. Ad- Whorton batting for Johnson singled Firil Clao.1'ireprofSeasibl. :; -
()fjOl.tJj.! !; Senators, 2 to 1, and hold their There has been 40 games play Stanley ; Castro.won and ,: to left. Ortega also singledto II Second Came U Rates
ministration 13 L.
Laurie cuJe<< Itthta'detl'b'eratelnsnlt.5le place in the American League penar.t ed ,by the Senior:' .Diamondball Roberts lost-Service 5, Cave Inn left. Sawyer arid Whorton scor- R. H. E.
'could: not Answer; It at League clubs, 19 of these having in'g. P. White came through pith j Cave Inn 300 001 04 9 1 COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
thejnomenL i i She was'struck dumb. -=: race: a game tiid one half behind been played by the Lopez and 4, Ortega von and C. Garcia lost.! a single to center and Ortega ';Service .. 101 000 3- 553

TTI l IfiJn f 'slowed,; ; 'd'owa' 'tad en- die league leading Yankees. Busy Bee tens; Each club has week tripped home 'vith the winningrun. j Batteries: C. Garcia. M. Tynes, Carafe Elevator

tend tile etatibnh'aloa't'in'pjs. The Yankees bpi their slender won nine games and lost the same Games scheduled for Bermuda next At bat Whorton had a per- ti Martinez and M. Hernandez; Popviar Prices. tAU
: Fe 'teali, inlet i American League l lead i intact when i number and one game was broken are erk: and Tuesday S. B.night Beer, first game; fect day. In the field, Nodine Ortega and P. White. . :

'Main," the'man oaf l itm .J'SrU'14ii U' .irepIp : ,-.x..xI' they downedtheCleviand; Indiansfor up' by a fight. The rest of Lighthouse; and Administration ---- ..----- --------- --

4.bj;:" ; .. the second straight tim 5 to the contests were played by the ServIce
Second Friday night .
''Laurie t. \l J !. above mentioned teams with the game. .
found her tonrae. t
2 andiiswcpt the abbreviated series and Bermuda Bakery, first
"Go -bya!"'mr'roic. tremtiled. : ] ..! Athletics.In S. B. Beer and Cave Inn. I
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I t''tkttik'oa are I bOMtubli rude Jimmy; Dykes' tnifd-place Chi- second game. over America, GoodyearDealers
-tCfl-anfilffAnd | certainly hope wi ,
Sox pounded the Social Diamondball
'b lI filler meet'ltlfd!" Boon t' pitchers for a 13-2 victoryto League. 80 games were played in "..........:.:::.:.. are celebratingSPEEDWAY
tnltcaSe and
-b. her
Btrcttd took lidi-nantly!trp i alowri't& the square''the four- al 1e !series! I the first six months of the year, CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN ;

Oilier end of the.hbrfdof.1Ak'IE with the Red Sox. four of these..contests having beenexhibition WEEK
The Athletics: Brined an even games with outside -

>lEfttt!: sari ilonrin bit break in the four-game series I clubs.In -

l\1 after dfnner. weei j a with the St. Louis'Browns by com
later.Horary jnst ip' ing through with e 9 to 0 shutout. .- ....................... FEATURING
Junior baseball
the League
tftft >jn' tbltofthe'occupied i The only game scheduled in the there 15 AiiVertHeinenk i tinCer<< catt: bead .

.'ifcielJoi i fla't-o'n'tb'e UritTIobr! bf i I National League. St. Louis and were games put on. ,will be inserted in The Citizen at& I -.-- -- -- ---.-* .___.+ -.. _.- ,._ .

bolldlDfc on the Chelsea mbSftk.me Philadelphia was rained out. the rate sf le a word for each 10-

L fiat tbi tlm* When bis pretence The summaries follow: Forty games..wire played by ertion. but the minimum for the .

'*ii i dot "aetnaTly needed I inLotfdotti I 1i AMERICAN LEAGUE Junior Diamondball League clubs. first Insertion in evrry instance !ia

and be *as not abroad. he At Boston R. II. E. 25c. 1
tent In' the- country. In an old. Chicago 13 17 0 AU togther there were 160 dia- Payment for classified advertisements 1t

roomy house cot far from his fac Boston ..._.-r..._....._ 2 10 2. mondball games played during the Is invariably in advance

t tor I. Cardbrldgeshtre! Batteries: Kennedy and Sewell; first six months of the year in but regular advdrtisers.with ledger

/.ir.Pite of bis .opbUue oft and Cascarellai, Wells, R. Ferrell. and this city and two away from Key accounts may have their advertisements
Mi*fcmTrientty'worldly tastr i. be 1taiUfIlel' Berg. West.! eb rcea.

Jo the country.- He liked Advertisers jsbvutt give their

wide.fiitat'and::.r _t ekyscapee. He At E. street address well their telephone
Washington R. II. a* as !
There have been basbeall
was never tired of 16oll6j up at the Detroit ..___ 27' 0 number if they contests in the and six
,*y; where the creations of hli city away mits.
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{ Washington ,
from home.One .
train broke'records and.tOD\td\ red Batteries: Crowder and Coch- J ,%.With .each elsiaMfied advertisement ,, ,_
di ianc* and were rapidly making
Linke Capolla and Hoi- The Citizen win give'free an
of.tbi rl6tld'ii aancb'smaller i rane; the famou
: place brook. billiard tournament was Antostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for s i t.
Tbit in ,Wfly 64 In Cbels6a. '
fed! : held. McCarthy and Ubieta won It;,
Where be could look out on tbd l titer the cup. ._ --
Sft a'ftl-etcbi 6t sky;The alow mattttiit *-; At'New York R. II.'E. LOST
t of the 'targes and Cleveland __*.....2 90 TOUGH THICK l RUBBER 01 Gooaytars 19'
boxing have .
niters: compared with the speedof New York ___._.._._ 5 io 0 Eight shows been LOST-BUNCH OF KEYS. Finder .' .ca art many
staged during the past six months CENTER TRACTION for guolitytrtputat
his fid wlflged c birds that Batteries: Pearson and Phillips please return to the Blue ton "
skimmed orer '''tfienv that was the ; Ruffing and Dickey.At five at the gymnasium and threeat Heaven Lunch Counter and receive mistak.nlY support
__ the Cuban Club not countingthe : BLOWOUT: PROTECTED p.o.pt rn.pliceai.
kind) of sight; that delighted his soul __ : :_ reward. jly3-3t 1es arts
'On this efenfntln late April there ,v Philadelphia R. H. E. half doten free shows offeredby In Every Ply G oodecr Goody tat

tiJ'bVtn'a loi My"r6s!:plalt Ichis t. The search: went en for weeks. St. Louis ._... 070 Dewitt Roberts on his 30 acreson ROOMS Br Supertwist Cord .y They tut not- ::fire-Iwll'da
main rr
and flow ftlmy !lilac tells Were Philadelphia ?........_.. 9 14 0 streetThere K thewaydd's torg
streaming across the sky in the "I'm alif all fight.{ said the man Batteries: Thomas, Walkup_and "THE MUNRO'-Rooms $2.00. WIDE TREAD li. arc a1---, com
Wrsl'H..todldaee have been !several tennis $2.50 and $3.00 per week. products
"Sorry to Siva you a shock. Hemsley; Blaeholder and Betts.I I its can offs
tbe rtrer from his tournaments held during the first Double and Single. 128 N. E. STRONG c.aandlt
-You've changed. Moore! should
bU wlfldows.'wtth the K ;hted street hardly bate known you. It's not onlythat 1 I NATIONAL. LEAGUE: ''six months of 1935. and several 4th Street, Miami, Fla. SIDEWALLS :'' pct1t1.el'lpn greateSt tire vatlle.pet

lamps shedding a faint rtdUnce. you've shaved your moustache; Philadelphia at St. Louis; rain. tugs were donated. The local tennis .jnne26-lmox a y-OW 'e' -. find anywIdollar :1..rt.
and the trees of Battersea Park boys have played in Miami, and can ,. ,
opf<f. you !look so}much: older.. you ...
rite lace 'w it;" Ihotieheci 'And. infieecL. this"man of thirty I No other games scheduled.. the Miami players came down here PIANO TUNING .--of .....-. '

.against the sky. did look much older than his years: ftr return matches.ARRANGE yaHf
But It was not of planes that be almost,, as old at this moment as PlANt TUNER, Laureano Moreno

'was tbinitni; JOlt t1i In. the e1e: ut. oTiro-sklnned. d. sleek I itEAGUESTANDINGS: I : Excellent, piano for sale WRITtEN(

It was of young Mrs.' Moore. haired man of forty-fire. sERIEsI cheap. 101? Division street

'whom be bad seen only fence since! "I've had a bit of a bad time.." he ,......-- ... .. '--T- jnn24-lmo. //'I1'
'Fitter 'when 'she met hint",'or the 4a'd. rm.LEAGUE I BALL CONTESTS 1 GUARANTEE

stair of the offlr bnlldloK; and Mark Albery was recot&ring him Club- W. L. Pet: i .FOR RENT
thanked him again! for ber holiday.Miss self a'na graspiflg! his visitor's hand. New Yotk 47 26 .644 *

Dixie was.b1I k at work''lie -! cant tell..Ion how glad 1 antMoOre. I Detroit .._._._._ 48 30 .615 s BICYCLES-WE .RENT by lie 'A6AIR T ROAD HAZARDS

|was sorry. for It That glrl"rlth ibeblue \ This la a great day for me- Chicago _i- 40 31 .563 %.. (By JOVE\ .1 Hour, Day or 'Week. Repair ala
; eyes and' the chestnut hair for alj) of us T"o.1ean-a bit more; Cleveland __+,-.r 38 35 .52 A series, of five games will be all makes and paint ,t!.em. with without limit.to time or mileage
;wtfTId tta; tn mi tttoflltitr! its'cot4 I(fnvt It? Bdt, wfe-fe'nerer forgotten Boaton"jL.-*4l '40 :3,7 .51$ rla-red'b the Lopez ten and the Nu-Enarnel. We carry a, full by the maker* of, the celebrated

: < t etfsft tfcV'accVfitoVnVdrooXyi'e I rod( ; yfiVe "always" regretted yon.Why Philadelphia J ____ 31 41 .431 Busy Bee Bakery starting Mon=: supply,of parts. J"Agent for.the G-3 AU-Weother.

of t6eftceVHe'fid ntf faoitto atdift,/on let as! know? Wnj Washington _-".._ 31 44 .413 day night. Rollfart and Dayton Bicycles.And .

an} with 'Miss. Dlxli-'fetft. 'did y"t bd'1eate? ai to thlnY you1 were t..IAuil'i ......---:-_21 .52 .288 The Busy'Bee will have the following sell them :.as low as $5.00 '
Lt; I test? It was unkind, my boy. The players: M. Acevedo, Ward. down and $1.00 per week. We ONLY
His Jmtler canfelnta'tUd fooM.rtien4tf ( search't far iJ'n 'went NATIONAL LEAGUE '
on Armando Rob 'ii DEALERS
Tynes. Carboncllx, ; Sell all nihkes"of used GOODYEAR
li "iistlnOo Buy t fl ( IIIIIIit
see Tco'nldnn"belp: first.!
; at lilt
myself pct I efts, Bethel, Goehring, Castro, Phone
rT1YMIt"6anie \. t Bicycles. 276. J. R.
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,.0tf:1": A ,the ilrmSaU. '' W ee
He pote to the; Higgs. Hale. Itt. can; yotr geCtht. GENUINE GOODYEAR -
Griffin and Joe tats
". 't $tbw company 6"5 Duval
\ I rlih manufaVnuer.1 {tbo bad done St Louis ___ 43 29 .597 rs s$etk 5 QUALITY tire at these LOW
For the Lopez ten: Ingra.hatnGates street" otli 9
"He .Itduldit'tfgite UK'irajHe.: arr." Sa moth for tint rn fit the ? apr9-tf _. t "
the past; Chicago ..:.__a-. 42 32 .568 Q. Lopez. t. PRICES. The reason As Goodyear
A. Lunn.
.- % hat; ta. he. likes Anybody ron same curt way as ha had spoken Pittsburgh 41 3C .532. Sterling.CubonelI.Gonz.lez. C : E E K u dealer we Mil MILLIONS MORE
Kerr, E. AlS'jry: J.; i FOR S'ALE S
know? -
to! .ihe.girl tn the train! from'Liveryp'ool Brooklyn __ 33 39 .458 .. McCarthy, .Machin, T. .. .30 TIRES than the dealers for any
rNTol air.. :1 till young Seniormar" to London. lie hail
always I Ite
Cincinnati 33 42 .440 In the world.
nd other company
Leon E. Swe'e'tfag: E. Sawver.
: n'k rebel, younj man who was TYPEWRITING PAPER -.,600 4>a St
i ___ 31 41 .431
-Xnythiiac tplclal fbottt bfm.Da'wVonr tjiit unto himself. -I was!i blind Philadelphia The game Monday night will be sheets, 75c. The: Artmah Press.ang7. ta ttwetk *Sahl.ctdteai.enarm..adra.dltlar
Boston -,--_ 21 54 .280 called at 8:30 o'clock. Ek ._ / tM........ wvraaq arU.cu..
t fb'More than a year after the x31h tsla / I5
-ft* looks a* if ,..II.u't Jl'u.m.< : .- 3

'neat.'atr. and lie has rather (ieconar cfa'ih.El rar! Alb r;' gazed bander GAMES TODAY Subscribe to -rAe Citizen. TJirk..illle'e i..sdtaR.R.tel'! t%_ 5K

'!.'H.D..oa writ need to. tllesequestlo fngry at the rtranie. light eyes LEACOt : .--. -.. ... .. .. .'p.r.. THE SEMINOLE 413 1SAEE
.. His master was apt to be Tm cured all right. But I suppose AMERICAN J i M RID1/J: PAYOtiA
:pette'red' by all'aorts I of people who f toot Qucr to"people.. It'was tome Chicago i at New York-Lyons. I a F ES 43o t ofI o tt.t:

wanted omethfiif. nervods dfjeas'e- -can't elplaln It to vs., Gomez. Gies .. y0ttupt tI r

"Go and ask him. pfease. why he tOIL Dont understand!! It ml!;$!lf. It Detroit at P'.riladelphiaTwogames I I r Q IN WEEK

'won't gate his name.' forces from shock A spiecialist l lI In" Auker vs. Marcum;' RUSSELL'S'CIGAR lhi

California'cured I me"." Bridges vs. )Mahaffey. I I I i y IJJaek..avnle. And Up
*TH K b ti feTci'ine'bacic."Tbe" : Ic.ri.it Jul.} corali.'ura.itosl. .St. Louis at WashingtonTwoCoffman Bulta-
fentieman1) natal &e fs Whit hiU. Tense to
._ pr.4:1 ..j..r.: ". Just bring
$1 : cd
1:49re. at your
quite wlllint! to fire his 1 3t: e. btrt .n. ef Albcrv'' ;'* aucstioni.arrtisirfrage Cleveland it stoHtidtin

.-. -.. : vs. Welch or Rhodes. STORE .. ..owner's_ license. .. ...
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.....i'.1 leader of her daY.b8f NATIONAL?LEXci/E 6"v ........
Boston Chicago-wo' eamis I GUAS. B. GR. En. Mmmmmn.i ,
: 'ro n I Gaflipolis! ; Ohio. Died '"' i A human home-like inctltvtloawhere S +r .'- .
aY 3? V-28; 1898.- -Smith vs. He'nrhaw; Macfayden Daily Baseball Returns : you will find 7..r ..*'YI..t .y t Jy-v
or Betts vs. Lee. mat-terof -'
nniversarIesl.iiil..rl'I' i
New York ..t PittsburghP Hubbell .l 1J -

., J .. 1857=Franklin II. Martin: Chi} ys: Bush.Brooklyn By Wirer A . i cago'"surgeon"; rounder of the at Cfncninatt i -: Earn- I !. the heart .f the city
1808 Marshal MafMabOn: jtrnft-fcio'Ccllcje of Surgeon's.' M QCOME ,
shaw vs. Ilollingsworth. i Every Room with Comblnatl** Tub -
French .. soldier i1d' Resident. ., born;at bonia. ,'W s. Died!\br h Philadelphia at St. Louts-1 vr; IN AND GET THE. < and Shower Bath, Radio. Electric
torn. tiled Oct. 17 1893. RESULTS Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer
7. 1935. vs. lfallahan.MOF0kTNEA'. t Ventilation Comfortable Beds withMattresses Cash Price*.-Other sizes in proportion-Price* subject to chine. without notice.
I MAJOR BASEBALL of Inner Spring eon.tnart. -
'' ..... sad Individual Roa.- State Sales Tax If ant ftddltionaL
il-Jb" \ iJominfraff :
S: A] l&6tJo'an Aator..ourtb 'f LEAGUES .
Jacbo IngLamps. ,
Atitssion-.ry. first archbishop ot'f{U nT"nanTei; ra vital vt and invent -. l ,, RATES COLONIAL SERVHS STATION

Wf 4an': Frrfrrfiscoborp.in Sparn: n 'it Rhlitebto::1c. N.' Y.I I! Irene Dunne. Fred Astaire i i i'I 'CIGARS CIGARETTES; .. 8..1-. .
fcied .there April 14, 1888. TS R* Private Bath .n.
I Died in Titanic: disaster; April 15,I'''I Ginger! Rogers In S nQtuNK$ .tie R.*... Private Bath s.M CLARENCE CRUSOE, Prop.
191* I 1OB'ERT'AMatiaee II I I'I' '.. nmmmm. Private Bath a..ee
i itf ETC 1 24 R_.. Private Hark street}
1tS- U. t JUU.ar, lOcI Orcli. ...Ie Ri Prt.... Bath 4.MSLIGHT Colonial Hotel Bid*. on. FlemingSATURDAY.
t l Dahlgfen, !'I' is. ,I_ .- .... [I' s. 't : -. .
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..eaaaaaeeee..e e..e..e..e..ee..eeeee.e AH other regular services will-tion of the Most Blessed Sacra- at &:3SJ
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PERSONAL MENTION be carried on during the week. ment, 7 p.
I p. m. Senior A. C. E. League meetsat

.eeeeeeeeeee.e.e..e I...' ...................... .l I At The Stores] CHURCH OF GOD Church Sermons school at 8 a.8 m.a. and m. 7 p. m. 6:15 p. m.

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. who
Knapp. DarnaJl Pinder left yesterday Week-Day Services: Evening service, 8 p. m.

left Monday afternoon for a stay I afternoon for a visit with relatives FLEMING STREET METHODISTCHURCH 1106 Olivia Street Mass. on Tuesday and Thursday Weekly Services
of several days in Miami re- at Islamorada. LEY MEMORIAL M. E.
: Morning service at 11 o'clock. at7a.m. Tuesday 7:30 Class.
tuned over the East Coast to- .
Litany and Sermon Wednes-
I Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. on Friday, 7:30 choir rehearsal.
day. Arono+itz Department Store p. m.
Mrs. George Gomez and baby; will feature store-wide clearance Cor. Fleming and William.Streets. Rev. L. M. Smith, Pastor Sunday night service, 7:15 day at 7:30 p. m. .
left yesterday afternoon for a: a I Shuler Peele, Pastor Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. o'clock. Confessions: After the Wednesday

Mrs. Arthur Mulberg and visit with Mr. Gomel's parents in on summer stock on Saturday Church school meets at 9:45 Church school at 9:45 am, Evangelistic service, Wednesday evening service.

daughter were arrivals on the Fort Lauderdale. and reduced Monday. Every article a. m. William N. Knowles, .JlUPI with Ed. R. Curry, superinten 7:15 p. m. ASKS C. O. D. TERMS
will be to make for
morning train today for a visit -- fall stock. room I erintendent. The Wesley Fellow. dent. Prayer and praise service Friday SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST

with Mr. and Mrs. George Kan- II. L. Peet, auditor for the Van- Severe very special values for ship Bible Class meets in the pastor's J Morning worship at 11 o'clock. 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet- CHURCH ERIE, Colo.-Failing to obtaina
tor. Interstate company who was I study. The pastor ,b the by the
Noy Preaching pastor. ing.
Monday are listed. in today's advertisement. marriage license on credit,
I in Key West for a check of the teacher. Junior Epworth League meetsat (Colored)
Emit Phillips formerly of the local business. .left yesterday afternoon Morning worship at 1L o'clock.: t .:00. p. m. : MrsJV. A. Archer L li. Southard Street Between Thomas 1 George Albntton of this city requested -
immigration: service in Key West, I headquarters in Jacki 'Sermon by Dr. C. K. Vliet, Pr.. la charge. and Emma Streets the county clerk to send].
but' now with'*' the Miami unit I i i s!( PEARLMAN'S SALE siding Elder of the Miami District.J Intermediate Epworth League Services Sundays, Tuesdays and f William Perkins Pastor I it to him C. O. D.Ladies' .
Thursdays, conducted Rev.
Mrs. Phillips and son, arrived 01 Big Summer Clearance Sale at Intermediate Epworth League, meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J. by G. Williams, Missionary Leader
Charles E. Lazo.
the morning train for a visit wiU h Misses Cleo: and Pansy Eden I Pearlman's Inc., will soon come toa meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Vend: ;I Pierce in charge. Sabbath School (Saturday), 10
Sunday school 9:30 .
Mrs.. Phillips' 'mother, Mrs. J. B students at college in Clinton S. close. There who have not yet line Watkins, superintendent. Young People's Departmentmeets a. m o'clock. I

Johnson, and, other relatives.Ed. 11 c.. arrived j-eterday! for a visit visited this stove and saved on Young People's League meetsat at 7:00 p. m. Miss Norma Church services, 11 o'clock in New
with their father, Charles Eden. needed mercvandlce:: should not 7 p. m. Miss Mary Felton, Yates, president. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN the morning.Y. .

Thompson who is em engineer with the Florida East delay shopping. president. Evening worship service at 8:00 CHURCHJ. P. M. V. S. meeting, 5:30 I Summer FootwearSpecially
ployed with the Fruit Gfowen., Coast Ferry company, and other Saturday and Monday will be Evening worship service at 8:001 o'clock. Dr. C. K. Vliet, Presiding- o'clock p. m. .

Express in Jacksonville, was an II I relatives. two outstanding days of this sale o'clock.: Sermon by the pastor:: Elder of the Miami District, will, C. Gekeler, Pastor Prayer meeting every Wednesday priced for Satur-
when further reductions will be "
l 'Rock in the Road. I preach. Corner of White and Washington
arrival on the morning train for a, night at 7:30 p. m. day and Monday. Come and
visit with his family. Mrs. William Spencer, who was made on manv items and lines. Miss Billie Vliet will be guest;1| Prayer and praise service each Streets see the many new styles represented -
I spending a few days in Miami Arother dress goods sale will be soloist at the morning service. i Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 1 Sunday school meets at 10 a. in our SHOE DEPARTMENT.

Mrs. Rubin Appel and son, who with her son-in-law and daughter, held from 8:30 till 9:30 o'clock: Quarterly Conference Mondayat 1 Young peoples choir practice : m. A. C. Elgin superintendent.The BETHEL A. M. t::. CHURCH Straps Ties. Ox-

few days in Mi,j Mr. and Mrs.\ : 0.. B. Roberts, re- on Monday. 8:30 p. m. Dr. Vliet will pre- 1 each Thursday at 7 p. m. Miss Adult Bible Class is taught I fords and Sandals in White.
spending a
were (Colored) Blonde. Black and Combination
i turned yesterday. side. Alice Jenks, pianist. by the pastor. -
ami with relatives returned on, THE STORE OF FASHIONNew Mid-week prayer and Bible Church choir practice each Friday Morning worship at 11 o'clock.:: Corner Division and Thomas Sts. Colors. Every shoe is of

the Havana Special today. I Mrs William V. .lAlbury and shipments of ladies' footwear study Wednesday at 8 p. m. at 8'p. m. Mrs. J. Roland Sermon: "A Song of Praise.* I H. R. Hill pastor superior style and construction.
I Choir rehearsal Wednesday im Adams pianist. Sunday; school: 9:30 a. m. Phoenix and Kayser Silk
have been received during Evening worship at 8
who in Miami for a stayi
Mrs. Earl Sands and daughter son. were of Mrs. Albury's broth- the past week by: The Store of mediately following the mid-week The sermon will be the O'clOCk.j Preaching, 11 a. m. Hosiery, Chiffon and Service
Nancy left on the Steamship Cuba as guests service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts di- METHODIST EPISCOPAL Junior A. C. E. League meet : Weights, special 79c
'er-in-Iaw and inter, Mr. and Mrs. rshion. Special reductions on the series on Prismatic Sins. Topic: pair.! .... ". hh
this afternoon for Havana, called. Luis Mendez, returned yesterday.i shoes will be made on Saturdayand rector. CHURCH. SOUTH "The White Sin, Lying." I 1 Every pair: guaranteed h)
there by the illness of Mta. Sands'Jmother. i Monday. Mid-week Bible Study Wednes- '

They expect to be away R. R. -Roberts-, of the. Florida I, Read today's advertisement for FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I "EL SALVADOR" I day at 7:30 p. m. Please read I I Let's Iron Out 'I MONDAY SPECIALS
from the city for several week Corner Grinnell and Virginia II Matthew 15 shades 45 inch Batiste
I Public?Utilities company, Mrs. Monday special and other interesting I I r 13:14.46. The topic will
regular SOc yd. Konday 25c
Roberu#and daughter?Betty Joan i! news-at''the Store of Fash- Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts Streets be the parables 9!. \,lie N' (liden! 10 shades Lace for Dresses

Chief Harry Prker, of the'firedepartment who wire spending a vaeatton''of=! ion.. John B. Culpep,.er, Jr., Pastor (Services in Spanish) Treasure and the Pearl! |.f Great Those Bad" BUMPS! Monday! ., yard.- ...... 39c

,. who left Thursday two weeks in Miami returned'yes, Church Sunday school opens al Sunday school, 10 a. m. Price." ... -. ; ,crepe/ Satin for Slips all

afternoon, for a business visit' at terday. ., MENDELL'S.... NEW STORE 10:00 a. m., under leadership of Preaching. 8 p. m.Mothers' )O} You'd be surprised how'expertly colors, yard ....... .." -_ 25e
Islamorada, returned last nightvver .j : '' Gerald Saunders general super- Club meets Monday. -I- 25 pieces Flowered Chiffon
the highway&|h a supp'y of 1 r \ KeyVerl's'liewe5t store, )lendell'A intendent. Each department meets 8 p. m.Bible. GOSPEL HALL we do that job offender Voile, yard ..".... 29c

hove Bon, the Seagrave cnd'le': DANCE TONIGHT AT< Men's\ Shop in the Renedo in its own assembly room. study and prayer service I straightening or 40 Vtch Heavy Duality Baron-
'j'jI ; Building was visited by hundreds 8 1 ette Satin all shades, per
Wednesday. m. Strec t' body bum-R We've
secured from at p. got
which was recently Morning worship 10:45: 720 Southard ng.
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I I at Key ,Westers yesterday who inspected yard 'n. 48c
the rehabilitation administrationand o'clockSubject: "A Successful I Preaching by August Van Ryn the modern equipment and
HAB NA-MADRIDI : the new establishment and "LA TRINIDAD" I Eyelet Batiste all colors, per
had been in. use on the complimented the management on Church. Revs. L. Oser and Monteio, I every Sunday, Tuesday and I our men know this busi- yard ...._. h... ... -" 49c
keys. Epworth League meeting at 'Thursday evenings, at 8 o'clock.
his achievement. Pastors
I I 7:00 p. m. Miss Vanessa Collins! Subject for Sunday evening will ness.REASONABLE New Shipment
Duval and Angela Streets TRAVELING DRESSES
Miss Celeste Archer, who was: Those who attend the big leader. "I be: "Offering: Up Of lqac." Picture -
I SPECIAL ON GOODYEARS Sunday school,3 p. n. I Before starting on vacation -
Saturday night dance at the Ha- Evening worship service at 8 loved
in Augusta Ga., to attend the at, of the truth that God so the
Colonial Service Station offers Service in Spanish, Friday trip see new traveling
bana-Madrid\ Club tonight are in o'clock. Subject: "Harvest Time. the world that He His
.wedding: of her brother. George i 7:30 m. gave Colonial Service Station Suits just received. 2-piece
car owners a special "ride as youpay" p.
store for a big time, says the Mid-week and praise only-begotten Son.
Eddings Archer and Miss Nellie. prayer Suits, smartly tailored in dark
Earle Wilheit on July 8, and after management, who is making spe-I offer on Goodyear Tires in service on Wednesday at 8:00 p. MIXED BIBLE CLASS Clarence Crusoe, Prop. colors. PRICED RIGHT.

ward went for a visit with Miss cial arrangements for tonight's. : an advertisement carried in today's m. PHONE 397 CLOSE OUT ON

Eloise Lowe in Charleston, S. c.,I affair. issue of The Citizen. Choir rehearsal on Friday eve' Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monti- NEWMAN M. E, CHURCH SUMMER DRESSES

arrived today over the East Coast,II I The dance is being given primarily -I Also shown prices in on Goodyear advertisementare tiresas ning at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph cino. Teachers I All must be disposed of Monday -

and after a visit with her parents, "members of the club today's demonstrating ; Sawyer, organist; Gerald Saunders This class: meets every Sunday (Colored) regardless of price. Comein
Mr and Jfrs\. George Archer at and their invited guests and will lower than ever choir director.CONCREGATIONAL. morning at the Harris School auditorium -I A. T. McCaskilU Pastor and make your selection.
1425 Newton street, will leave for'start, at the usual time. I that this is the time to buy. at 10 o'clock. Men and 5!. A. Moreno Recording StewardMrs. Blister Sheer Dresses all

her home in Tampa. Music will be furnished by the Colonial Service Station offerscar CHURCH women not connected with any '' M. A. }Moreno Secretary colors each .... '. $1.93
I I owners a chance to get those New Lace Dresses,
Habana-Madrid Orchestra. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. shipment
bad bumps in fender or body of other Bible Class and regardless each ......._.._......_. $%.'5
Mrs. Peter Williams who t I I 527 Wiliiam Street of denomniations are invited t- Sunday service, 11 a. m.
was reasonable
the at
spending: a vacation of 10 days TERMS ALL CHISLERS prices car E. Richard Evans. Pastor attend. Evening worship, 7 o'clock. CLOSING SUMMER OUT HATS ALL

with relatives and friends in Miami I Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. I
FORT WORTH, Texas.-Before Morning worship at 11 o'clock. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS GREATER EYE 12.00. $3.00 and 14.00 Hats,
returned on the Havana Special hooting} himself. Wilbur Lindsay I I JULY SPECIALS Percy Roberts will speak at this 1 SAINT PETER'S CHURCH I BEAUTYBetter Monday ..........._. 75c

today. this city wrote: "AU women South Florida Contracting and service. 1017 Fleming Street : vision and more com- We have just received a new

-- I 1 IOf ehislers of one sort or another Engineering Company is advertising Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m. R. T. Sawyer Teacher I (Colored) ] fort are only two of the'eye- shipment of LADIES' UNDERWEAR -
Judge II. II. Taylor, of Miami, ; they are gold diggers." : a few of the outstanding Evening worship. 8 o'clock. Bible study, Friday 7:13.0 p. m-1* Center Street, Between Pehxmia glass improvements since 1840. newest out at lowest

and secretary Miss Florence Du- 1 July specials in their advertise- Copeland Johnson will speak. Sabbath service 10:30 a. m. and Olivia Style'' is another, and it is im- New prices.shipment Handmade Pillow .

Parc, arrived on the morning: train CARD OF THANKSWe I I ment today. Comfortable beach Mass, 8 a. m. portant because it gives you Cases, only .. ? $1.95
today for a short visit with friend chairs, illustrated in the ad, are FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Solemn Evensong and Benedic- numerous lens shapes and a New shipment Slacks, Short

and are guests of Attorney and' take this means of express-: being placed on sale at reasonable CATHOLIC CHURCH variety of frames all artistically and 3-piece Sun Suits.
Mrs. J. Lancelot Lester. Eaton Street. Between Duval and
ring our sincere appreciation to all prices. I St. Mary's Star of the Sea Simonton Streets t I designed from which to ThESTORE
1 friends who assisted in any,I Other specials included electric make choice. -
lour Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J., your
Deputy U. S. Marshal Ray Bush James S. Day, Pastor
way during our recent bereave.1 fans mosquito spray! oil and in charge D. ARONOVITZ ; For a complete examination, OF FASHION
who was on a business visit toIslamorada Bible School 'at 9:45 a. 01.1
ment, the illness and our paints. ,
Order of services for this
was a returning Captain O. T. Pogue, I
: passenger beloved one. Joseph A. Johnson, I church: dent. superinten-j DEPARTMENT STORE seeDR. City' Lcadiac! Ladies StoreI.
: on morning train to- AUTO REPAIRS J. A. VALDES
Sr.' We wish to thank those who .
Sunday morning Masses will be i
day. Rev. C. A. Cox, supply pastor, APPELROUTH
the use' of their the Trevor and Morris, Inc.. offots } Orthotoa Soft-Lit LicB.
gave' cars said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. '.i i+ will preach both morning and eve- Store-wide clearance on
pall bearers and the donors of the a complete auto repair service including o'clock. I 532 Daval Street
Week-day Mass at 7
Mrs. Pritthard. wife of the T. I ning services at this church: duringthe Summer stock for Satur- I
I'. Pritchard of the Pritchard beautiful floral offerings. We assure auto painting by experts. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, absence from the city of Rev. day and Monday. Every I
and all that their kind- -
Repairs made at ---
one are prices -- -- ----
Sundays and Fridays.PENTECOSIAL -- -
Funeral Home and family leftover ness will never be forgotten. within the reach of car i Day.Morning article reduced to make I
11 o'clock.I
the! I worship at
highway: yesterday morning I'
THE for Fall stock.
jlyl3-lt owner. I'CM; I Union room
for their vacation at pointsIn MISSION The Baptist Training t I

Florida and Georgia. accom- --. meets at 7 o'clock. I One case of Wash Materials in Joe Pearlman's Inc.
panied by Miss\ Edna Riggs whois 909 Olivia Street Evening worship at 8 o'clock.: Voiles Batistes Klaxons and ,

their guest. ITS TRUE! By WUey PadanIM Wm. Skondeen, Pastor Lawns. Values up to 25c I

I Sunday morning worship. 11 I yard, Monday only yard- Summer Clearance
Mrs. Howard Weatherford left I Big
er -, o'clock.: 15c
yesterday morning: over the highway Sunday school for .all,. 3:30 p. 1
for West Palm Beach where i kfT) ,- Plate Lunches
\ New Chiffon Voiles in dark SALE
she will her vaca
enjoy summer Sunday night evangelistic serv- and light prints 3 yards-
tion. ice 7:15 o'clock.

Tuesday, 7:15 p. m., prayer and and Dinners $1.00. .' D.&'. Delay Year Shopping Too Loaf-tho.. of jam wkok.ren't
, Jonathan Cairo left over the praise service. Lad! "better
'' participated i. tki. FEAST OF
East Coast .yesterday afternoonfor Friday 7:15 .p. m., fellowship Pure Silk Washable tWesses, harry alo".. This SALE like all !food thi_f will soon.
Miami.to join Mrs.' Cates who 1>UBIiN. IK- meeting. A la carte sizes from 14 to 44, reducedto com to as ..d. W. sine! to ...k. tki. '
with the children and LAND, IQNDON J ADRIENNE ALES, each-, T 1-
{ .residing ,. Saturday2:30 p.;:in., boys' and
f.PfGdMyeral, days. _, ,t I sze AND TARI?., 'VHO -PlAY? THE VAMP girls' church.CHRISTIAN. 35c 50c 2.95 SATURDAY.AND MONDAY

". THE P1AN0 ROUi ''VOUANWANTED AND I the two e.UUB 5i.f days ojFJ) oar BIG SALE a.d'"ne I...
Ricardo F. Wallace, 'const-'uc- : \VA9 BORN IN .. item. COME
ryEu t 4 SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON IkUre o fertJe1reds ki 1 great ma r
lion engineer with the treasury FT.WORTH I TEXAS.ff SCICNCE: SOCIETY Seafood Specialties SHOES FOR MEN. WOMEN .SEE AND COMPARE E,_ lie1 e.are, 't 'few of the BIG VALUESr

department, who ova in Key Westto ytflh1ittriiib 327. Elizabeth Street AND CHILDREN TO -MAKE .

confer with Cates and Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. SandwichesBeer ROOM FOR NEW SHIPMENTS I SHOES SHOES DRESS GOODS
who have the contract to OF FALL SHOES.
Sunday morning service at 11
the Marine hospital left o'clock. .. and Soft Drinks $2.50 and $3.00 (Broken This department offer
day afternoon for Fort Men's Shirts guaranteed fast sizes), at only _. $1.50 some extraordinary values;
dfcle. Lauder-r Wednesday evening- service at. colors reduced to- $3.00 and $3.50 (Broken 20c and 25c Printed Flaxons,

8 o'clock. $1.00 $1.50 I sizes), at ..._,....... 41.S at ..._.._.-........_.+... ISe25c
Mrs. Darrell Lowe left on the I Reading room in Society build- PLAZASANDWICH J JA'ND Children's Shoes >6cAH Printed Voiles-------

afternoon train yesterday to join ing open Tuesdays and Fridays bl.. /9 I I other Shoes in the store 25e: Organdy ..._ ._m...-.... 19clEc
frvn 3 to 5 o'clock. ,
Mr. Lowe at Islamorada.: SHOP extremely reduced. Come and : and 20c Percales 12c

BOYS' AND MEN'S SUM I see- $1.00 and $1.25 Printed
Dr. Armando C.obo left -: esterdy -I THE SALVATION ARMY I| 503 Duval Street MER PANTS beautiful assort- Crepes, Chiffons and Geor.

to join Mrs.\ Cobo and their e ment of patterns reduced for I SILK DRESSES gettes ..._......___..... 5875c

daughter Mi's Consuelo. who left, Captain Vernon W. Walker, OUi-t! ] Curb Service I quick sales.. Biggest values ever offered Flat Crepe ...-.". ......< 48

Thursday afternoon for a few cer in Charge : I on Brand New Silk Dresses$3.95.76c: Laces for Dresses 42c
days visit", in Miami.\. 1002 Fleming Street i r just received. All
$5.95 and $6.75 Silk Dresses
Company meeting (Sunday ] STAPLE GOODS DEPT.
J on sale in this prize
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lunn left school), 9:45: a. m. ]
Miami I group come and see __ 8190 Sheets -..,.____.--. 6._.-
yesterday afternoon for Holiness meeting. 11 a. m. I $2X8, $2.88 and $3.88
and will be th; (OlesU'of !Ira.ru"nn Young People's Legion, 6:34. I $1:5: and $1.95 Wash l Dresses $1.25 81x90: PepereH Sheets,

'a brotler: i'l-l&,;. and sister, m. _._ .t.t.n"---- u t4c
p. at $1." :
35c F 24
Mr. and Mr*. Mo-tiner Courtney. Evening service. 8 o'clock. $1.00 and $1.25 Wash Dresses -
Pillow .__._ I3e
ClIo ...... S8c
Mrs. .A.'Eo 'Woodburn, of Marathon SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH Children's Silk ..ndash White and'Brtlwn. Cattoii tOe

arrived' yesterday for a visit ', Dresses __.._ 44c and 680 Beat 20e Pajama Check 13.

with her brother and sisterinlaw Corner Dnval and Iatosf.Strertal .Expert Auto Repairingand Boys' Suits and Pant 44e $1.75 Silk Spreads .... $1.29
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Moffat. Sunday I .

Morning Prayer. 6:45 a. m. I MONDAY AT 8:30A.M.

Mrs. George Mitchell who was cJOELHOUyiWDO MceREA-.ONE LEWIS STONE. Mass (Communions). 7 a. m. Painting BY SPECIAL REQUEST: ANOTHER 9c DRESS
formerly Miss Blanche del Pino d VIT-H THOUSAND; SGRftNROU Mass for the Church School,
of Key West was among the re- -$ 6 TfST"AU-A OUND \ ? O HI|?CREDIT. 9IAWS 9:30 a, m. GOODS SALE

cent arrivals here from Jacksonville 'W ATHLETES ATTtNOID) I IS AN U.S ARDENT C. .-* POMONA y\VlMME\, d&p.. HIS 20YA1' IN filMS I Mass of Thanksgiving, 11 a. m.+ I AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY Monday Morning, 8:30 to 9:30: Voiles, Flaxons,

for a visit with relatives and WIN 'wOMAN VANTitr/ Evensong Prayer Sermon..I Percales ._h_ 9c

friends.B. TRUE! that in real life Lewis Stone Benediction S p. m. New $1.50 and $1.75 Wash Dresses, Monday.
"IT'S was a Cavalry

M. Dcncan, engineer in Major in the World War and at present holds a commission in :Morning Week Prayer Day., 6:45 a. m. J Only Genuine- FORD Parts Used"Oldest 8:30 at _.__.___m___.......... $1.19

charge of bridge; construction on the Army Reserve training annually at Ord Barracks.Monterey. Mass, 7 a. m. (Beet $1.19 Weak Dresses yet offer**!)

the keys and other activities ar- California", says artist Wiley Padan. "Also. IT'S TRUE! that } Evening Prayer, 5:30 p. m. SEE OUR WINDOW BE ON TIME

rived yesterday for a brief visit he is a Colonel of the California Lancers militia cavalry regiI I I A second Mass on Wednesdays,I Continuous. FORD Dealer in .the World" -JOE.PXGE .

with the family. anent active in reserve and national wad affairs, 9..m. 1.

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