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 16, 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
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Associated Prtaa, Day Wire ; t I Key West Florida.... Has the

Service. Ijjc i{C'I1 W cst Citizen( most equable weather in the

For Befit 65 Interests Yean Devoted of Key to West the : -. range country of; only with Fahrenheit an average




Headquarters Of. NfiA In Future RATEREPORTED BIRTH Several WITH week.VISIT ar P.HERE S. I ,IN ADJUSTMENTSEFFECTED Ethiopia Along Road To Warfare

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William --
executive vice -
.1 COOkING president of the Minneapolis

Mrs. William. and their

Program For Pres-] HERE LOUIS L. DUBLIN, STATISTICIAN two charming Key West daughters a.d enjoyed visited PROVAL BY TAX ADJUST. TO NEW \WAGE SCALE"I Enmity Of Two Nations

ent Session, Of CongressIs I the trip. -- With Serious Situation

!, BECOMPOPULAR COMPANY After visiting ether.. pointsin TIONS ON REDUCTIONS have nothing to do with the Admniistration, and all that is left

( Complete the states the family returned scale of wages to be paid those Ifor 1- us te do is to adhere strictly FollowingBy

I I to their home and under who will work on the projects under to the oath all of us have taken,

LOCAL MERCHANTS ARE COOPERATING 4prlal f. The t Clll._) date of July 11 wrote to I Tax adjustments recently approved the Works Progress Adminis- which binds us to adhere strictly,
I 1' NEW YORK, N. Y., July 16.- The Citizen expressing their without "any digression to the
,; By HERBERT PLUMMER IN ACTIVITIES gratification for the by the delinquent tax adjustment tration," said M. E. Gilfond ad- ANDRUE BERDING
tilT Arawlatetf r ms) I'i An increase in the American birth I. many :; board of Monroe county! provisions rules and regulationsas courtesies extended. ; ministrator, to The Citizen in
WASHINGTON. CARRIED ON BY KEY WEST fallen a set forth I in Washington; Mr. ltaloi ,
July 16.- rate in 1934 after it had Among other expressions have effected a material saving! brief interview this morning.Mr. Gilfond said. I ROME J.ly 16 The -

Scenes reminiscent of the stormy ADMINISTRATION more than 16 per cent between I of appreciation the letteri for taxpayers who have!! applied Gilfond was asked about the Disbursements ot funds will be Ethiopian conflict bas ... brew-
is explained by contains a reference to The for reductions.For which had been i;
1923 and 1933. projects approved from Jacksonville and only government i
summer days. of '33, although! oa I Citizen the benefit of others who ins for more than two generations.
Dr. Louis L. Dublin statisticianand plant a.d.tlae. courtesies by C. B. Treadway WPA ad- checks will be used in II ;

reduced Cooking classes and of the extended while they have not applied and are possibly ministrator for Florida, and sent paying employes. The Key West I It has .
a vastly scale are in prospect for white ,third vice-president been marked not only by
hesitant about The Citi-
visited doing so
1 this office and were to Washington. He said approvalof office will handle monies of
Headquarters colored women i in Key West are. Metropolitan Life Insurance Com-I shown through the zen is today carrying a list of 14 I no I'
around of NRA newspaper these is what they are waitingon any kind for any matter Mr.\ Gil- one war and by scores of border
proving even more popular than pany, as resulting directly froman plant and job shop. adjustments recently approved by and the start of these will be-. fond said.
for- tke coming three months.PresidentRoereU upward turn in the economictide. the board and battles bet by fundamental dif.
Concluding Mr. Williams are now ,
Florida ERA officials had hoped, i gin the transition'from FERA to Referring to the scale of wages'
writes "we thank. In several instances effective't
has said Mslegislative'programfor Mrw,;,Nina Ryder'Johnson, direc- ;"Better times in both 1933: and you for remembering WPA. the administrator said that the I}t f creates of opinion a.d intensei
with of have taken
social service said this as a copy erty owners As was stated sometime ago in scale i ii as stated on a number of I I I
tor.of here "mad it ,
1934 said Dr. Dublin
; the ; the in which appeared of the adjustments and yesterday .
prevent I paper The Citizen, Mr.; Gilfond has asked previous occasions. That is. 130 i{i animosity.The
morning. possible' for thousands of young the notice of our visit. When Clerk Ross C. Sawyer collectedon !
1 : that the "wage 'scale be increased hours a month for which- unskilled
lotion :
-of-congress ka* beeaveatte 1I and to consummate world did not awake to th.irtrst'eJ .
I Through the splendid coopera- men women next we get an opportunity to five of the items listed below 10 percent and earnestly hopes, labor will be paid $22. semi-skilled

capitol kills 'tbat" be' content tion of local merchants, Mrs. John- marriages, which the depressionhad visit Key West we will be '1 $3,500 approximately. I I he said that his appeal will' be labor $32'and skilled labor; $42.I,i relations between the two
forced them to postpone, and sure to call on you." i In reading the figures listed j but In the event it is not i
son added it has been possible to I granted, Technical and professional em.
plates' no urtker That enabled thousands of married 1 the reader advised that the countries
messages. I is : do. until the serious frontier -
there is he
demonstrations'with nothing can ployes will be paid $46.
give practical couples to fulfill a fundamental 1 .I".I'4T.JV.lI; 1 1BOnIEBUILDING right hand column showing the r I
"State n'or county have anything Should the increase
being true, plans for enactment I requested clash of Ualual last December
1 th .most modern types of.kitchen: obligation to society and to them- adjusted assessment can still be
to do with this All
: new setup. be granted the unskilled men will :i
of permanent NRA legislation,h paraphernalia. The Key West selves-the bearing and rearing further reduced by using bonds I wages are scheduled in Washington receive $22.20 semi-skilled labor !i i with its more than 100 dead

Electric Company through President of children. of the county in part payment of I a, well as all other matters I $35.20, skilled $46.20. technical1 I
parently harp been abandoned "The increase in the American the' and several hundred wounded
B. L. Grooms has placsd the amount. [ pertaining to the Works Progress and professional employes $50.60.{I
birth rate in 1934 was about 3 PROGRAM TO BE A4sessment
until ,tke) next congress. I latest model of General Electric I Adjustment = !t 1 But Italy. and Abyssinia. have .beenon .
per cent over that of 1933-a rate $ 1916.76 $1.487.67 i-- -- --- -- ---

The administration has' refrigerator in the high school of'17.1 per 1,000 of population. 1,490.54 1,048.06 the of off and
no worst terms on
thought however, of marking timeon I where classes are conducted for I "Increases in the birth rate I STARTED SOON,I 1242.30 874.63 [ RED MEN HAVE I Ii I PLAN BANQUET I I: !
of Vice when Ethiopians
use the students and for demonstration were recorded in 40 states and the 3,345.89 1943.90 1895 100.000

this proposition from now until purposes. The Key I District of Columbia and decreases I 325.56 236.18 1' '

January 3, the date for the West Gas Company, through RoyE. I I in six states. The states of Massachusetts -, PROPOSE TO (IERECT HOMES: 2,055.10 1331.78 i INSTALLATION I FOR/TONIGHT!!i annihilated a. Italian army

convention of the 75th congress. Lade has made available for and Rhode Inland reported -I I 2,196.94 1,434.27 I of 17000.
Tentative plans have been madeto the classes a 1935 model Magical I no change."A (f THROUGH FUNDS AVAIL 55.48 48.95 I !I

canvass the situation thoroughly Chef gas stove for use in the reduction in the birth rate ABLE FROM FEDERAL HOUS 64r.00 49.94 RECENTLY ELECTED OFFICERS KAPPA PI Y CLUB TO CELEBRATE That fatal battle of Adua resulted -
classes. Both these instrumentsare was shown in only one of the nine t .
479.89 336.21 in Italy's abandonment
i temporary
during the summer and fall in I being used in the work. |t broad geographical divisions of; ING ADMINISTRATION 206.16 145.96 II WIRE, INDUCTED IN- :I II I YEAR AND A i i

the hope of. being in a position; to By having the use of the most the country-the Middle Atlantic 123.88 96.35 TO OFFICE LAST NIGHT HALF ANNIVERSARYThe of her desire to ad van"(

be off at the first crack of the I' modern gas and electric kitchen I States. In this division the birth i 1 i --- i 137.54 98.36 I i into Aby... niia. A period of quiet

gun in the next session. equipment it is possible to teach ,{prate dropped itix-tenths of one per, A dozen Key Westers planning j 1121.01 599.89 I I II I followed that lasted until 1911.
; the preparation of food and meal' cent owing to declines of 3.7
Lines Of Activity I per\; to build homes through available i Officers of Tiger Tail Tribe 19, Kappa Pi Y Club will celebrate Within that interval the Anglo-
planning as they should be donein
cent in New Jersey and 1.4 percent I
[ 14657.05 $9,732.15'Front
NRA activity during the "dog the present time, Mrs. Johnson in New York; Pennsylvania j; funds from the Federal Housing'I.. the foregoing it will be', Improved Order ned Men, who: its year and a half anniver- I French-Italian treaty of 1906 was

days" is expected to follow along taid.TWOTLANES. registered a 1.9 per cent rise. i Administration and the First. Na. readily seen that this small group I were elected at the meeting held : tarT tonight with a banquet for j jI i signed giving each country certain
these.linesr, '. _.._ ,_._ "ThelncreasG in the other geo-:. tional;Bank have been placed on I of prowerty owners are. thrughthe in June were inducted into office club members at, 8-e-eJck \.thet I spheres of influence ce in_ Ethiopia

Industry, labor and consumer graphical: divisions ranged from 1' the "eligible" stand as soon as I adjustments: saved $4,924.90 I last night with; impressive ceremonies -I Delmonico restaurant, and a. gala 'I and guaranteeing the independence ;

groups will assemble in Washing per cent in New England to 6.1 plans and specifications: for their I i and a further saving can be effected I I I I II dance at the Habana-Madrid Club! of that. nation.

ton for round-table discussions.I ARRIVE HERE I per Division.cent in All the four East South states Central in the proposed homes have been accepted -!I connection by using with county bonds in I Officers installed were: I I beginning at 10 o'clock, for their Signing Of Treaty
cash payments.
with I
will receive loans Victor Lowe-Sachem. There also was signed, in 1908,
Under the friends.
guidance of a "moder- latter division Alabama. Kentucky
which to start construction of new I I Clerk Ross C: Sawyer told The
ator" they would explore the possibilities Mississippi and Tennessee homes. I I j Citizen he will be glad to explain I Joseph Cleare-Sen'ior Saga!I The Kappa Pi'a, since their or- a treaty between: Italy and Ethiopia -

for legislation study the BRING OFFICIALS FROM NAVAL ." participated: in the rise. ; J, R. Klick representative of i Ithe| entire procedure to any delinquent -I more. I ganization January 14 of last year wbereunder the two countrieswere
"Ohio. Indiana. Illinois. Michigan \ Administration who taxpayers who are desirous I Adams Junior to delimit the frontiers between
industrial outlook as a result of I the Housing Georg Saga have consistently worked to promote
RESERVE ADMIN. I and Wisconsin, the East I'' of of the I
taking advantage
is here now assisting local citizens Ethiopia and Italy's two
the court decision in- more. the social life of the Island
supreme North Central States, all participated in making applications for loans i j proposal to have their taxes adjusted I
talidating NRA. and appraife the j ISTRATIONTwo i in the'rise of 2.7 per, aid that "eligibility was tantamount :" with a view to paying up. I George F. Pjer Prophet. I City, and have also contributed colonies in Eastern Africa Eritrea

results of 'the country's two-year cent for this group. All seven to the closing of a loan, for Wallace Pinder-Collector of materially to iU civic progress. and Italian Somaliland, always:: a
experience: under the Blue Eagle. I states in the Wet North Central, after the applicants had been de.1; 1! Wampum. I Salient in this last field have been I source of controversy. The delimitation
pursuit planes from Opa- group, Minnesota, Iowa Missouri\ ,1 t-ignated eligible there wouldbe TWO\ ARRAIGNED Edwin Roberts-Keeper of i the painting of the Mercedes Hospital was begun in 1911 by a
I as
At the research
same time a : Locka, Fla., arrived yesterday with 'North Dakota. South Dakota, Ne-, I I ; Wampum. I I mixed commission but stopped after
organization now being formed i officials'from the Naval Reserve t no difficulty in pushing the i two Fourth of July Feelivlls ,'I only a short strip of frontier
and Kansas
I braska participatedin loans through. !I ; Frank Roberta-Chief of Record -I' a, number of parades and' -
within NRA and headed by Dr. f administration to confer with { the rise of 4.2 per cent record- With a dozen local persons al, BEFOJIEJUSTlCEj !!. the lighting of the White Way last I I in Somaliland had been agreel
Lieutenant William Klaus U. S. I I upon. The Italians laid the break
that section of the
L. C. Marshall will be at workto ed for country of the: The club has been
II ready taking advantage Bummer. greatly I
N., communication officer in down to the lack of good will on
j A rise of 4.8 per cent was re-: liberal loan offer of the Federal: active in i.
determine what lessons! socially, noteworthy
were I charge at the naval station here I corded for the South Atlantic HELD FOR TRIAL AT NEXT'TERM HOUSE DIVIDED I the fart of the Ethiopians.
learned under NRA. I!' relative to equipment to be usedin Division, with Maryland the only Housing Administration there: j the large number of benefit dances:r In 1911 began the series of border .
II I are definite indications that Key OF CRIMINAL they have staged.Invitations .
An impartial board of inquiryhead..d '], activities a Opa-Locka. one of the nine states constituting |I i I I incidents that have continued
West look for building IN ITS FAITH for the dance
of tools Each maintain that
: There are a number up to today.
by Maj. Gen. Amos Fries | ,: it showing,?; a decline. COURTOn been
I activity particularly in residence I I I have sent a host of friends, caused tr.ilcjfrom ,
and equipment at the local station I these have been by
will l tackle the of invest* "The'It South Central states construction the next few I I who will be
problem J -I i which can be utilized in the con- recorded increase of 'j.= during ---- I present to extend congratulation the other's territory dashing
frating undue wage and hour at the an percent months. I ;I to the officers and the border to natives -
struction of a hangar reserve I. FAMILY EXPERIMENT SHOWS across capture
chances Brought about by the ;hit Vi,Ark _Ii4lw?! the.qny! one 1 There are definite limitationson complaint of Julio Puig who members of the club. I for slaver 'and livestock for
air base and arrangementswere ,
the it to I 1 I
of four constituting restrictions within charges assault and battery An- _
loans and
rollapse( of codes an.a result of the made to have them sent. The YUGOSLAV UNITYMYTHICAL food. "
I show a decTlhU! ? 'hii'drop was be- tonio Diaz and Araaranta Diaz
which the must
Sohechter decision.In I work is to be done by applicant come I TENDER POPPY i of 1 "The 1925
3.7 cent i that Trealy'Of
addition., all government employes. per identical! With fore an application for a loan can were arraigned yesterday after- ,
labor and of New Jersey and the largest be approved. Mr\ Klick. however, noon in court of Peace Justice .1.1fhr In 1925: came sir!\ 'tJ -EncIishI
agencies tlurh the ,
.a I: recorded for the country. Everyone Rogelio Gomez. I treaty whereunder Italy' guar n'
commerce' departments and the' has his office in the Key West SAILED TODAY] .l
federal trade ommr8Si n which SOCIAL() GROUP of the Mbuntain States, with' Administration building, and will After hearing: the. testimony in. ._I.t..:Press) I
have: knowledge of the prob.Tema -j the exception. oft'i W"(rexifo. and be glad to talk wit, any one interested the case the accused were placed )i BANYA LUKA Yugoslavia. i 'I?11. I around Lake Tsana. headwaters -
any -three of 'the' Pacific Coast under bond of each for trial of the Nile and England
under NRA. would be exported I 1a5 in applying for a loan $25 'July 16.-An aged carpenter with I
to contribute their share NAMESOFFICERS, States. had a higher birth rate in for building purposes.! i; at the next, September term of nine children. Salik Huseinovitch. LIGHTHOUSE VESSEL GOES I guaranteed Italy the right to cqn- "

of effort. I I 1934 than in 1933. i! Among the applicants whose criminal court. I[ confesses sadly that his experiment -II OUT ON CONSTRUCTION i tract a railroad connecting Eritrea

I The rise in three states--Mon. loans are scheduled to be approvedare Eddie Carey was charged with for the jiromotion of tolerance I and Somaliland nil running to
Committees To Get Data OLIVER ARMAYOR REELECTED tana. North Dakota and West Virginia County Solicitor Allan B. petit larceny and appeared before I has failed WORK I the west of Addis Ababa.

All data compiled by these va-I( -amounted to more than 10 Cleare Jr., Fire. Chief Harry M.\ Peac Justice FrafTk' Roberts. He I This community frequently fo Italy and Ethiopia signed in

rious efforts would be whippedinto AS PRESIDENT OF per cent in a single year. This Baker Willard F. Russell. WilliamT. was remanded to jail in default of I disturbed by the dissensions of opposing -I I 1928 a treaty of friendship from

slump for presentation! to the ORGANIZATIONThe increase is so unusually large thatit Doughtry, W. V. Albury John $:;0 bond for trial in criminal I religious: systems. I Lighthouse Tender Poppy sail- which Mussolini hoped neat

proper congressional committees! looks as though: the figures reflect -: Lowe, J. Otto Kirchheiner. B. c..: court in September. ] "I'll treat 'em all alike" said ed this morning for Pulaski Shoalsto things. The treaty ifwwwed Ital:
round October 1. The presidentthen -- in part at least improve Huseinovitch: rears ago. the right to economic j* *raton
P py. E. K. Wilson J. G. Albury, complete work details on the
I would ask these committeesto I ment in birth registration in these t tI 1 I So four of his children were of Ethiopia. It promised t."th"pjla:
Joe Pearlman, and E. A. Strunk. : lighthouse recently erected at
elections of the CUBA BRINGS IN
hold public hearings! to mass all I semi-annual! states. reared in his own Moslem faith: that point. the: right to w.e the port of Arab
available information with the Kappa Pi Y Club one of the out- southern Eritrea as a free
"In passing, it is interesting to two became Roman Catholics and
I Tender sailed last to
view to formulating suitable permanent standing social: and civic clubs of t note that three of the six states NIGHTS BRIGHTEN 218 PASSENGERS four embraced the Creek orthodox install Ivy night and port. Italy and Ethiopia were to

legislation. I the inland were held Sunday afternoon showing declines. New York. New; AS FORCES CLASH faith. to construct! a buoy markers near Tortuga in the chan- construct jointly an automobile

All of these plan are contingenton at 1 o'clock in the Cuban Jersey and Connecticut from a : -. "But it didn't work." sold Hn- nel leading to Garden Key. This | road between Assab and Dessie

the decision of the President to Club.Oliver continuous area with a highly,; industrialized -I I 'hp A.I.t" treat i seinovitch. "I .thought I was doing afternoon the Ivy will put in j j Abyssinia.
1 Cuba of the P. and
I let the next congress deal with this Armayor was Steamship 1 "
In something for Yugoslav unity, but Treatp'Celipsed
population. : -
general uUki
:MILFORD fcu, July15.Art commission the I light at
the third t O. S. S. arrived yesterday f
rnbject. There have been suggestions president for consecutive however the birth rate lust Clark of Milford\ wanted a streetlight company I'm'being reproached from all I Shoals. j The treaty wo'd have ch"nI
afternoon : Hgvajia 'ith
The other officers rom
in some quarters that he yet time. "
I I year was higher in both industrial his home. So he asked I sides. each country'What it wanted mot: :
may deride to prod congress into],Octavio Gonzalez Vice President;I! near 159 first cla5. .p ?engera and 28 I
and agricultural states. Italy domination in
iirtion in an effort to obtain NRA !!i Anibal Armayor Scretary; Frank J | Mayor Frank Merritt if the light, second class for Key West; 27 I COLLEGE HEADS -Ethiopia- Ethiopia an outlet tIthe
( I would be installed if the election'! first and four second for Tampa.1 PRIZE WINNERS i
Initiation! at this wion.! William I I I Fernandez Treasurer and ; NOTICIA carried. TO SWAP JOBS Red Sea-but like all Ita1fI !.
for the city light plant I Of the there
Green president of the American Cobo. Sergeant at Arms. Fernandez spasengers were .
i I ,,, agreements it broke
!I I to Clark the 'I -- Abyssinian!
According mayor 96 aliens. I
his off
of" labor is known also reelected to '
federation tohave
was answered in the affirmative. I I AT BABY SHOW my ,h..$..... rreBLOQXIINGTON. .. j down. The road was never built;
discussed! with Mr. Roosevelt .;':! ice. La,,_ Sra. Graciela Rosado de The R. S. Cuba railed Jor Tampa -' freer
never used
a bill prepared under the fed- Those who have not been re- :| Albury I solicit do las familial| Came the successful election 6:30 o'clock with 36 passengers I I '. lads. July 15. i i Arab was as a

'* direction which would elected in this election will take i I Cubanas de Key West que tengan ':and no street light. Clark asked freight; and baggage. I -Prof**** W. N. Kellogg of the port The by the' Ethiopians.of the treaty of
radio sintonizen : again and said that ,as before! Steamship Medina of the h cbolmy department" of lnI -,, collapse
license corporations doing an interstate office ten days from last Sunday.; que. a la lion; First and second prize winners '' 1928 has been cited as one of the
business. I The other two automatically re- Ensueno por la Estacion C. M. C.1: nothing happened. Mallory lanes arrived 5:30 Clyde-I l as prettiest babies one month tone I I dieall. Mrliv.raity' and Professor i Four
I Continued Page )
r main in office. O. de 5 a 6 de la tarde que ex| Then it became known to a I yesterlay afternoon from year class, in the Kappa Pi i tie ._e W Hartman of Pennsyli -,| (
GETS DIPLOMA AT 14LUBBOCK. 'I' dirigida por el popular trovador public utility company which installed -I I ton and after taking on cargo: of i Y baby show held last Sunday at i dsi SUl college. will swap jobs:

BIG HARVEST EXPECTED Cubano el Sr. Servando Dirt I a light at once. So did the' ponges, shark hides bottles and I I Bayview Park. were Joann Patricia+jtfttring the. second semester next 1I Truck Arrives Tonight

Ins "._1.... h..) I Su trasmision es may agradable.Por ", .1 1 city. For a few days Clark's corner -r miscellaneous items sailed for, Valensuela.: first and Marts' ,..r. j I I

Tex.. July 16.- .Br A.I.... ..,...> lo tanto les agradeceria lea was the brightest spot in Charleston and New York. Dolores Valdez, second i I>r. Kellogg Is recognized jn, With large variety' ef FRESH

Nora Marie Peveho'ise. 14. of the McALLEN, Tex.. July 16.-, reporten al Sr. Servando Dial" town. I I Schooner Angelina C. Noonani I' The list furnished by the committee I' academic circles for his experf-I I FRUITS and VEGETABLESLowe's I

1935 graduating class at Lubbock: Banks Miller expects to harvest i como escuchan su tra.qnision.j .- | Mayor Merritt then orderel the i arrived Sunday from Gran Cay- of the Kappa PI Y dub meets en human and animal de I Ii

high school, is the youngest student 1.000,000 bushels of corn this SRA. GRACIELA ROSADO DE:j i Utility to remove its light which 1' man with a cargo of live turtle gave the given names of the children velopment. Dr. Hartman is! Cash Grocery

ever to receive a diploma I year. In one area he ha 2,800 j ALBURY Propagandista de la gave Clark; exactly what be had S i I which were placed in the crawl but failed to thow the I noted for his work!In Gestalt pytholofy. -: 1117 Division St. PIa o.. 678

from the school. acres planted to the-crop. lion Ensueno. jlylltx::J{petitioned for-one street light. ''of the ThompsonFish compaay.: patronymics. j I

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'OI tt (:m ; I founder of Christian Science, born

I---! Has To Have Bicycle So He Swaps Steam Roller! I II. ;Today"Anniversaries r ;; : jtt I Bow X. H. Died at Newton,
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Published D lly Except Sunday By Items from old newspapers are of interest )falU' 3, 1910.
IP.. ARTMAN. Prld..t to many and here are a few from 'J; .. ,. .. 'v. _.. I 1835-Marietta Volley, humorirt -
JOE ALLEY AulM..t H..!._ Mua..r t the Massachusetts Sun published in Wor- y '?j; : : ,. .; I.............s.......... and author of the Samantha
Prom The Clttien Bulldl** 1661-Pierre Le Moyne, Simr I books born at EMrsburjr, N. Y.
Corner Often and Ann Street J chester on July 17, 1776, the front page : t zh d'lberalle, French-Canadian military Died March 1, J924;
n i and naval) officer who, began I -
Only Dally Newspaper la Key Went tad Monroe of which was devoted to the Declarationof the colonization of the Southwest I 1858-Kujrene Ysaye". famediiolimat

County. f Independence then less than two weeks ek born in Montreal Die i in Halana. ; l>orn in Belgium; Hifl

Entered at Key Wet. Florida, a. **cond class matter I July 9. 170P ; there, May 12. 1931.
". old. A news letter from New York said : X -
FIFTY.SIXTH YEAR 1723-Sir Joshua Reynolds 1872-RoaM Amundsen Nor

Mraber .t the A...rlatr4 ...... 1 "On Wednesday last the Declaration famed English portrait painter,''wexutn explore, first to reach the

The AM>tlat.d Pr.. I. cxelaslrely entitled to ... of Independence was read at the head of born. Died Fob 23, 1792. ,: South Pole. torn. Lat heard! <
credited to stn Search' for others in Antar.:if
It for or republication not .othenrt'of credited all new In dispatch this paper and 4o I each brigade of the Continental Army at I80r*-Dwnel Hand, Connocti- ; in Jl)28: -

the I local publUbed here. cut'! Southern: merchant who leftover
news New and
or near York everywhere received
a million anl a half to educate 1877:-Irv L. Lee the Irt'atM!

) with loud huzzas and utmost demon- the colored, Horn at Madison, : "rof"ionti! pre** agent in AmerIraq
) I Conn Died Dec. 17. 1891.I8J1 ) history, born at (' ..ta.t.11..
:/lNATlONAL 19.J: 5 strations of joy. The same evening the Ja. lin-1; 1 in New York <'it\ *W
equestrian statue of George III was by the --Mary Baker ErMy. t; :1, 1934.t1otflws! .

SCBSCHIPTIOV: RATES __u __ __ ____
of freedom laid
sons prostrate in the dirt.
One Tear ..-..._....._... .._.. -- < .$10"
Six:: :Months .._ _. i i.OD The lead wherewith this monument was

Three Months .,._....__..___ 2.69 made is to be run into bullets to assimilatewith 1............. ,.. .. I i# .
One Month _......_...._ .85 .M.y.M. "'- A..a. >>W'.IU. '"'rret ."""tsl.atsa",ae.rH ...5th _. 'f' '.\., .;;
Weekly -_ .20 the brains of our adversaries who to IT was a ample of steam roller bad no money, no Job He espieda to Donald. The lad then visltea

ADVERTISING RATES gain a peppercorn, have lost an empire.. tactic in one regard, but a good team roller that stood Idle for all stores in town until be found a r %\

Hade known on application. i A resolution by the House of Representatives example of perseverance In.another I years and approached its ownerto I bicYcle that suited him-then he
sense Donald
Johnston 11. of Albany cee about working to acquireit. swapped. his steam roller for It.
SPECIAL JIOTICH I Watertown requested that Ore. wanted a bicycle.; He
: The owner gave the steam roller Which proves boys will be bo>*.
AU reading notices, cards of thanks, revolution of
people of that colony donate their laden .
ri-eprrt. obituary notices, eta, will b. charged for at -- -- --- -- -- '- -- -- -- -- r
the rate of 10 cents a line.Notices window weights for the making of bul .

revenue for la to entertainment be derived are by 6 churches cents a from line. whicha lets. KEY WEST IN i
The 'Cillitn Is ait open forum and Invites discussion Among the notices was one stating if P
of public iue and subjects of local or general that there were "considerable numbers of DAYS GONE BY i
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communi I f
cations. prisoners in the town who were willing to Happening. Her. Just 10 Yean Temperature I'Highest I Florida: Mostly cloudy probably -
1 I
go out to service if proper persons: should Ago Today A. Taken Frm ___. _._..mm..m....-....... 911'I local showers in routh and

appear to hire them.. Tie File. Of Tke Citisen i Lowest' ..................._................__80 I extreme eat portions tonight andi

SIDELIGHTS Meets\ ... .' .................................8f.j i Wednesday .
Delinquent subscribers- were' a problem J. Lancelot Lester and Harry :: Normal Mean ..... ......_. ...._.....84 I Jacksonville! to Floil.la Straits; :
---:....!.- in those days,' as they have been ever Gwynn member of the Exchange: Rainfall !j 1 Gentle tn moderate winds mostly

since, it appears from a 'card from the Club, will f"V to Tallahaisee next 1 I I Yecterday'sPreipitalioti' T. Ins.I! southerly} and 'tartly) overcast
By ,MARC B. DARN ALL, week with members of the board ,! Normal Precipitation .09 Ins. i|weather tonight and \Vednestay! |6 .
.. publisher, who thanked. those readers who of formingthe I .,. with scattered showers es .
Former Editor of The Key West Citi. county commissioners *Thl rmrd ** :.-.r |M>rl'4I I
paid up, adding, "He begs that such as committee with the city council I mdlBK. .. H .'.1_'" hlt _.r_.. !| Kist Gulf: LllM: variable wind
to ask Governor John W. Martin I Tomorrow Almanac and partly overcast weather to- I II It
have J !
not paid him would be considerateas '
Signora "Sterratti, a widow of Milan, to call a special session of the 1 1 I Sun rises. ..._....__-m.... :5.47; r:. m I j right and Wednesday with scat-
Italy was arrested for marrying; a young to think of the great disadvantage it legislature: 'to pas the Monroe !> Sun sets ..._.......-_...... 7'19 p. m ered showers.

man whose parents declared he was half must be to him to have so many small sums County Water supply district !bill. |I Moon rises ..... .......... 8:39 p. m. I _
in different hands therefore would The committee was appointed at'' :Moon\ sets .. ............ 7:15 a. m.Tomorrow's WPATIICIl CONDITIONS
witted. With all our laws,we do not seem now !'
the noon luncheon of the club to- Tides
to have any such restrictions in this land request that they pay their respective day by Willard Albury president., A.M. P.M.1I The northern disturbance has'

of the free and home of the brave. I balances, which will greatly oblige their following a motion made by E. AI|I High ..... _._......1021 11 29 !' moved northeastward to th6 Gulf
hUmble servant Isaiah Thomas." Strunk and unanimously carried. Low .m .m.m..-_. 3 35 5:08 cf St, Lrvuence, Father Point, s
Quebec, 29.80 inches, and pressure -
8 a. in. today:
R After 159 years a good publishers relatively low southwe- THE
George Stiles and his wife of Fort Sea level, 29 94.WEATHERFORECAST. ,
may still find :Mr. Thomas's Rufino Ortiz was arrested!; today yard to the Gulf of Mexico while operating cost of a General 1
Madison la., played a million points of another disturbance
by Deputy United States Mar\ is moving in
courteous suggestion quite applicable to Electric Refrigerator meansat
pinochle the game) lasting six years. :Mrs. shal Andre Lopez for violation of \ over mid-wextern Catiada. The least month's "
one refriger.
conditions. Agelessseared.in.steel
present the National Prohibition act. lie Pan, Manitoba 29.68 inches.
Stiles won the long contest, in which 2- has been wanted since November I (Till 8 ?. m., Wednesday) Showers end thunderstorms have ation service fret eves year! mechanism.

872 hands were played, her margin being CONFIDENCE MUST PRECEDE 22. He was given a baring before Key West and Vicinity: Partly occurred during tie last 24 hours The sealed in-steel mecha All'modern convenience

3,494 points. That M an idea for husbands United States Commissioner! C, cloudy tonight, probably lore I from the lOwer Lake region east nism requires no attention features.
RECOVERY"If Rodney Gwynn and placed under showers tonight and Wednesday; ward to the Atlantic roast! and : not even oiling-and carries '
and wives who want to keep each gentle variable winds. $92'
I : thence southward over the Florida Pro.triced $
bond which he furnished, for hivj II 5 years Performance
other at home.If business confidence could be add appearance at the next term of''i design the structure for Key Wet :, peninsula. the rainfall being tection for only f 1 a year. as low
federal court.Th free of heavy at Tampa. Fla.. 1.58 inches. Start this week. at .
ed to the accumulated cost. your savings
enormous shortageof
____ j I I Charleston S, C.. 1.02 i iche, and
you were a young fellow would goods and construction waiting to be I : Hatter*. N. C.. 2.26 inches. Cool1 .
Senator and Mrs. W. II. Malone i iI i
you a woman 60 old. In re- made and big!': passenger! busses to be I weather prevails throughoutmost
marry years up to great supplies of idle credit I I hare as their house guests the o .t
operated by the Key West Electric |I i of the Lake region and OhioValley
plying to a questionnaire, 90 per cent of seeking investment, we should have recovery company will be in operation-i renator'g sifter and niece. Mrs. K. : and temperatures are generally THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANYJULY

the male students at the University of Ore : in. this country," said Colonel Leon about September 1, says Manager I I!j I I L.Barker Stephens They and will Mrs.return Edwin J. reasonable' in othr sections
would-if she had million Eascom' LT Grooms .The toj I j! cart of the Rocky Mountains. I IG.
gon they a ard P. Ayres, vice-president of Cleveland companyhas their'home in Miami Sunday. Mrs. i I I I
four of these busses S. KENNEDY
dollars. Trust Company, in a recent issue of his and purchased these will be the first placedon !! Barker is !society editor of the Miami \ : Official in Charge. !I I
News and has
Daily many ,
monthly review of business. the streets supplementing! the I .
West who -- --
i friends in Key keep in.. -
How oppositely different persons react Colonel Ayres might also have said electric car lines. Later other touch with the social side of Miami -
busses! will be added to the rerv- ; .I".tIIT Et.m .
to similar occurrences was illustratedby that the baste of confidence is securityand ice and at that time all of the i life through. her columns. I I II :..........................................S.S S......... ..............
that is exactly what the country lacks. street will be taken out of .
two recent incidents. Alex McGarvock\ cars I Editorial Comment: Some of the I .

of Glenarm! Ireland dropped dead when Fear of high taxes, fear of stifling legislation service.: I! people who find it too hot to attend ,I II .

informed that a brother had left him $17- fear of political domination of indus- I church during the warm'.''
; weather, find it not at all too uncomfortable .
Mayor Perry Wall of Tampa
200. Mrs. Blanche Karsch of Memphis try-these and similar fears are creating and his seafaring companions who I: to sit on the bleachers SPECIALS

continued'to drive hard bargains with insecurity and are an unsurmountable bar- recently visited Key West in the at the !ball game.

vegetable dealers after being told that her rier to the return of confidence.It 26-foot sloop Patsy are now on I : : :
their back to Tampa from The entertainment given by the
foster mother had willed her $3,500,000.Even is a noteworthy fact that the near way : I
u Havana and in an probability will Catholic Daughters of America !
est thing the country has witnessed in the make another stop at Key West en last evening in the former Par- S
of revival of lost confidence follow.. rish house of St. Mar>'. Star of I II I
a rooster has the right to life way a route. Houston Wall son of the i' the Sea ehlr.-h. success inI'. t BEACH ,
was a :
ed the Supreme Court's historic decisionon mayor is navigating the vessel I
liberty and the pursuit of happiness, including and with Frank Houlihad as the every way. For skill in the "on-, .
the right to crow whenever he the NRA the Railway Pension, and .theFrazierLemke I third member.Dr test Denham Bernreuter was the : IS
mortgage moratoriumcases. = I uccessful, contestant and reeeived CHAIRS
feels like i it. decision by
h according to a the prize.. Sinking .andnc] '
Business l leaders investors the
Judge Est s of Oklahoma City who dismissed and Robert O. Van Densen.! director : inp followed during the rest of | Ci

: a complaint of neighbors against a public at large felt again that the Con- of the Aquarium at Fair- : the evening during: which refresh. '!, .
stitution still its safeguards mount Park. Philadelphia was a menti were served. 1 j e
livedjuid-Jhat $1.75
citizen whose rooster was considered too : : guest speaker at the',Rotary luncheon :
tflem11 .' I
dill could 'iI .
noisy It'\is\ 'Said that the judge has a protected we now today. The doctor is a'noted The in-faivt daughter of Mr. and I ,III' : .
choice flock 'of poultry of his own. have an assurance f' nr"i1rih official biologist' and his talk was heard I Mrs.! Leland Sawyer was christenI j, _---- --- .. ,
sources that the government will abide by with a great: deal of interest by ed Sunday morning; in the First I ,
the club. The of the t'church I Mun- (
dOt'torllroke >iethodi bv Rev. *
the spirit as well as the letter of these de- proposed!! aqnariom in West The little lady given the 8 inch sbs
Despite the fact that a Jew isn't a Key ro. was j Oscillating
cisions, and will 'attempt no more experiments and said h would be pleased to name of Mane Louise. II: $$6.75 r
Christian all, Louis Behr a Jewish student -
: at the expense of already overburdened .. ,- _. --- -- I I i Fan llI 5
at the University Wisconsin? was
business there would be a real wave I I :

awarded a trophy for "Christian character I of confidence-and recovery would follow CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF I i : THERMOS BOTTLES ._ $1.25 r
distinguished service and scholar- ; .
Hup." in its wake. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK'OF 55 .


One Ohio town ordinance provides as THE WRONG PICTUREOld a* at clot of business Jan 29, 1935, : Quart, 25e; Spray Gun, lOc ---

follows: "When two cars come to a cross- John Robinson, the pioner circus Comptroller' Call

ins* both shall stop and neither shall start RESOURCESLoans 4 : ,White, Ivory, Green, Buff, French :
man was a picturesque character I PALMER PAINT
ni 'MI the other in gone." If this be carefully I and Investments .... $ 303,950.3 Gray, Pea Green and Light Blue :
whom been
anecdotes have
many amusing 3all. nv House Furniture .
observed there will not be many collisions and Fixtures .._ .. I :
I told. A typical one was recently published 33.848.51 OUC $1.50
I but there may be some slight con- 1! and has to do with his building of Stock of Bank the Federal Reserve _. 6,000.60. s : Half Gallon __.,_-_ Gallon ........._._.... :

rest ion of traffic. Robinson's opera house one of Cincinnati's Temporal Federal Deposit < '

:I largest and most costly theaters of early United States Insurance Govern.Fund 1954.01 : DECOTINT-WATER PAINT Sky Blue, La"idU: ;,n"U-; Green i ii

Lawrence Johnson of Ohio, happily I days. ment Obligations direct 1 : :

married and the father of two children at and fully guar .
He ordered that the decorations be especially -
anteed __..:$$593,664 40c
(the age of 21, is also l justice of the peace. ,{I elaborate and entered one day to Other ..Marketable Bonds i 5 Ib Package Regular Price 60c, Sale Price ,

Wishing: others to share the of mar- and Securities; 200.706.21 i .
I inspct the work of the decorator, who was Cash and due from Banks 437,575.27 1,231,94.17 '
ried life, he offers to perform marriage :, engaged in painting a large picture on the : e

ceremonies according to their capacity to ceiling. $10577.698.92

pay "from nothing to Just a little.. "Whose picture is that?" demanded UABILITIES' V

-- Old John. "Shakespeare's," yelled the Capital Surplus -and.- --Undivided-- --.-:Profits... ..J 100.nOO.fIO 58906.54 : South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. j

With all their reputed wildness, many f painter from his perch on the high scaffold. Deposits ..._._._... ...-... ... 1,4 IP,792.38 .I

modern youngsters are well up in religious I i "\ 'ell, does he own this theater?" $1,577,69892Since Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets :

knowledge as an Eastern co-ed recently :I asked the real owner. The artist admitted :

demon tr'ted.Vriting! to a girl friend i I that Shakespeare did not. Jan.$%39,000 1. 1935 U. ,S.we Postal have Savings voluntarily deposits.relinquished. "Your home is worthy of the bet" ;

.. back home after her examination she said :i I "Then paint him out and put my picture Membor .f Federal Reserve System f

said : "I got a 94 on the Life of ordered John., And the a .Jl.
Jesus and there, Old Member of Federal Depoeit. I...ra.c. CorporationU. .............S.....SS.S.........S......CSCSSSS..... .......SS.SSSSS e
believe me, that's a damn good grade," I I picture is:! there to this day : : S. GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARY :1111.11111".111
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.' JULY 16. 1935. .. .TEE:' liEY. WFST CITIZEN. PAGE THREI
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I READY MADE l.m f KEY- WEST TEAM catcher that game Rodriguez had who to dropped be: could called the be balL in carriedto order The I .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee CLASSIFIED

M I- *** CO ft A Lie STANTONarAUras DOWNS VETERANSIN the hospital |

Score by inningsR.. H. E. i COLUMN
: l.:" Yrw. .tkiraiiflo .pr Br tVlit! do yon want! How did SPORTS I Key Wen .. 011 030 1-6 11 51 I II
bit tcktl to *
po.eA. trylup 1/
know 1 lived bert? How do GAME SUNDAYMANY
: sea rclMraed la London, you you I Veterans -. 400 000 1-:5; 7 4 :.e.eSe.e.e.......ee..e
at itani frem ku former emr'ovrr know my name?
thot. ..... Hoort. Ala .rt/., lIe teemed to find speech difficult.! Batteries: Wickers and Rodriguez ROOMS
u .. stBloire' ./ Alhtry' Bet I I :;; Viar and: Davis.LEGALS. ,
,thinn .. .....e..'.. odd tn (*. way He was' staring at ber. He would ertdentl7 ; EXCELLENT PLAYS RECORDED i "
'1-. (..* a tae .IC' J I ..r vJkUi
not ,take his eyes from ber DURING CONTEST; "THE RO"-Rooms $2.00
( hut mart * Skit Lari aid Kern ....... in u. face. CAME CALLED END OF SEV.L $2.50 and $3.00 per week
rwwmtwent from Liverpool I
to l.otI.... Wilson tipfarentln refeenifiot _- TENTH BY: ACCIDENT Double and Single. 128 S. E
-IT looks like fate. be said at taIL
/ .ECA 1 Cker.Chapter I ee.....e.e..e..............................a THK CIRfriT COtRT. T\\'F.i. 4th Street Miami Fla.
which sounded to ber perfectly I I REDS CHASE (By JOVE) \ TIRTH' jn>irii, t'IRCCIT june26-lmox
ridiculous. Then be went on. "A The Key West baseball nine defeated i XOMiOR COt>TT. FLORIDA. l\
friend of yours car me your ..di i I I the Vetrans club at Snake [ WINNIE YOUNG FOR RENT
MAD SITUATION dress. I found ont your name-never SCHUMACHER Creek Sunday. The final score ofI I I Complainant. I 1
.. mind bow. I want to have a chat I' I vs. 1)1ORCFCHARLES I
S It happens. I have Mrs. the game wa 6 to 5. E. YOUNG,
A Moore's address bere," said with you. May I come ID!" (By GRAVY) :I Wickers held the strong Veteran j Defendant. BICYCLES-WE RENT by the

Mark Albery. "lira. Moore worked "1 don't in the above stated cause that the
for oie personally for a few weeks : answered resenting him as she This week: your scribe has been ,, harne. And so the pairings for teammates garnered 11 off Viar. !residence. of Charles K. Young the makes and paint them with
while! my private was ilL i i busier than end : defendant therein i named I, anfcirawn. ;; No-Enamel. We carry a fun!)
secretary : I I usual and so .the personal -(i ithe Thursday afternoon match The game was called at the that he ia over the age of the
Ski does not have a telephone, bow. CHICAGO CUBS TRIUMPH !! glimpse .viU have to be delayed follow the first named of the seventh inning because Rod- twentone years: that there (s no supply of parts. Agent for
ever" J until tomorrow. But wet 'II being rijjuz. local catcher, was !spiked" at person in the StaUf Florida., the'', Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles
'A slightly elaborate OVER PHILLIES, ST. LOUIS Capt. Lopez: #any chile the lat t I service of a summons in chancery' And sell them as low as $5.00
wish to tell all the children that the Voyles. I I
UPI.lAatiOD'1 I, :, plate by upon whom would bind said d.fondant. .- ,
I down and week We
aad not quite Una. ter SootUwoodites: $1.00 per
this Thursday %ill bring together are M. Acevedo hit a double and
Laurie for ber address because be I i I CLUB VICTORIOUS IN CON. Lopez-KL'chheiner vs. Spotts-i It is therefore n-derett that said Buy and Sell all makes of used
once again abort as wild a golfing two singles in four trips at the I
i be and he is hereby
defendant required -
wanted know where Bicycles. 276. J. R.
to abe heeL Phone
TEST WITH SENATORS I I fraternity as ever matched strokes r.ood-K. O. Thomj.30n.Price.sto"ers I plate. P. Castro knocked out a I to appear to the bill of complaint II
He found It In his addresa t Stowers 515 Duval)
book '' filed in said before ,
v Goldsmith- cause on or company
; clubs And so': and walked
I es yarns or maybe ,, double and a single
and cave It to tbe roans man. Monday, the :nd day of September street -tfI
"Do you think perhaps ; I I we have two teams .one called"Fairways" Berlin Sawyer. I once in three tries. A. 1>. 1'3S. else the allegations -i. apr
yon ought : M. E. Rvissell-Doc Kemp" vs. and for of said bill will be taken as
to warn Mrs. Moore?Shall I do It for tspeetel Tie Citizen) under the leadership ,'', In the field Davis Joan confessed.It I j I LOST
yon? It will be such a abock. I NEW YORK July 16.-The I of Capt. Josie Lopez he of the' Ftrunk-Ketchum. 1 the Vets and M. Acevedo and is further Ordered that thisOrder ;I

You lost said/Joy doesn't kill.", | Chicago Cubs chalked up their curly locks and the other rang Willie Watkins-Kerr n. Sam Rodriguez: for the locals starred. be published once each week'!i!
''' RusselL I for four consecutive weeks in The LOST-BUXCH OF KEYS Finder
is named "Rorghs" but have quite'Harris-Ike The bridge-banding nine scored
retorted Moore. wltb thai sudden / Key West Citizen, a newspaper
smile In his eyes,touched with mock. eighth straight victory but they, a captain in the shape and size i i i H. Ber "a'di-L. Piummer vs. W. four runs in the very first inning I, published in Monroe County Klor- please return to the Bue!
Ii were carried to 10 innings by the usual, the '''1'T. Fripp-Chas.: "alas. in this Ida. i Heaven Lunch Counter" and re-
er, Thanks very much. Ill lost get of Bob Spottswood.s manner: I ordered this July lath A. D.,f
right alone." Phillies before Bill Herman's I winning team will have a free j'! Bill Malone-P. Mesa Vs. L. ; Lowkis first man np, singled: : 1935. ; ceive reward jlyl3-3t

Albery, felt a sadden dislike for I line double with two out sent meal at the expense of the losers,I i Pierce-C. Taylor. { through short. Alfonso missing the (SEAL) Clerk ROSS of C Circuit SAWYER Court.I PIANO TUNING

the airman. There was something Augie Galan home with the run I' said meal being devoured next i'i' Curry Harria-G:-ooms vs. Ayala- ball and allowing Lowkis to take RAYMOND R. LORD, |I

Incomprehensible about him. His w Friday evening And so boysi,, Earl Julian. I second. Dads flied out to sec! Solicitor for Complainant. II I
manner was so o-band. almost In i that gave them a 2 to 1 decision. when you read your name below 1'' Since some of the boys are unable end. Voyles walked. Griffin hit Jlyls-Zl-3; auKt-11 I PIANO TUNER Laureano :Me.

human.. was certainly changed, Frankie Frisch's climbing Car but find that you cannot play I I to play on Thursday then to short forcing Voyles at second LEGALOTiCE.. reno. Excellent: piano for sale

not only In looks. Perhaps his adventure : : dinals won their eleventh consecu- please_ let your captain know so i, they may playS-..ntJay for the I The second baseman threw Pursuant Florida. the to Chapter undersigned 158J1 will Lawsof re- cheap. 1015 Division street

had really turned his braina i! tive victory }by, defeating the Boston -1he can put in a .etter player. As I II |:' Fame stakes or steaks and so we wild to first in an effort to complete celre until It:*' a. mon ; Wednesday jnn24-lmo
little. I I I I'I 1 e'woom-Butler will and Lowkis July 31. 1935, at theGoyernor's
added attraction each loser will find that Ho a, double play
"1 have a great admiration forMrs. Braves 13 to 6. in the first, an I Office 1 In Tallahassee.Florida FEMALE HCLP:: -SALESLADIES
5 10 cents and play Atwood Sands and A. M.: scored. Morley hit to the third
put in or sealed offerings of maturedor
said a, stiffly. I II I
"Sbe has shown the pluck.! of a four-game series and crept the winners will enjoy a small I! Hewitt So there you are, ehil-I baseman who overthrew first I, nnmatured Road and Hrldar.Highway .J

and she la a splendid greatest worker. Tou to within :r1\e games of the league- : class of ice water if they wanti dren.D1AMONDBALL. Griffin scoring. Pugle was hit by I MONROE or COUNTY Refunding FLORIDA.Bonds of I SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT for

are a very /lacky ma.. Moore." I leading New York Giants. 'i I j'I a pitched balL Porter tripled:! to j All offerings submitted MUST UK| married women. $15 weekly
-Sare. | know I must be.W'I tbe Hal Schumacher's four."earold'jinx I'I -- --- left Griffin, Morley and Pugle ?' FIRM FOR TO TUG TEN DATE PAYS OF SUB3EQUENT OPENiNG --r and new Autumn dresses FREE

airman's reply, as they shook bands. I I scoring. ; I. r? through August 1*, 1JJ5.i .I representing nationally known
On Albery'a part. not quite so warmly over Cincinnati and his 11-'J! LOPEZ CLUB I'I'I Key West scored one run int'8t'h .i and must state foil nam. deccrlption > Fashion Frocks. No canvassing
serial number
this limaLaurie game winning! streak were broken of the second and third in- of bonds and Interest rate dateof No investment Send dress;

. r as the Reds blasted the New York I WINS CONTEST GAMES TONIGHTBy I nings. The locals took the lead Issue, date of maturity, and j size. Fashion Frocks Dept

Moore aat In her little liv Giants' ace righthander from the I 1 I II Ii I in the fifth by scoring three runs price of asked.Interest Bonds must.that be are offered In default at-' T-518, Cincinnati. Ohio.
ing-room In the roof wltb Its slant first in the fifth jlyKMU
Castro man up 1 FLAT price, which price shall be 'I
Ing attic ceiling on either side of the box in the seventh inning and I II I I LASTEVENING I flied out to first A. Perez hit to andrrstood. to be ,the price asked -

quaint dormer window, from which then went on to defeat the I ( JOVE) shortstop who fumbled the ball. MATURITIES for such bonds OF WITH PAST TH'K ALL, FOR SALEREFRIGERATOR

she looked over a dusty wilderness leaders, 13 to 6, for leagUe-j I The Social League will play a Hale singled to left M. Acevedo: EFAULTKD! OR UNPAID COUPONS .

behind high fences where the old I straight victory. doublheader at Bayview Park to- doubled to left. Perez and Hale ATTACHED and notice.I i with tank and
DEFEATS BUSY BES AGGRE- I I hereby given that If any such
houses on the other side of the street I I It Lyn Lary the shortstop Washington I night.: In the first game the Ber- scoring. Rodriguez double to left'coupons have been detached prior tn 1: faucet, in good condition. Very

had been pulled down, and rebuildIng traded to 3t Louis a few I CATION IN ELEVEN INNING will bats with. and St. Acevedo scored. Alfonso delivery of any bonds acceptedandjor reasonable. Apply 823 Georgia
bad not yet began.Laurie's ; weeks came through with a I muda Bakery cross Acevedo purchased herennder-the face street jlylG-lt
ago rolled out to first and Al. value of such. missing coupons will be
house was condemned double in the eleventh inning that I AFFAIR AT BAYVIEW PARK' the S. B. Beer ten and in the second went out. third to first.!! deducted from purchase price: and

too. with Its eight and neighbors. Hers ill! drove in the deciding run in a 3 I FIELD game the Lighthouse crew I Both nines scored in the seventh basis.offerings Sealed must envelope submitted containingsuch on this''I' PRINTING-Quality Printing at
the end there
was a
one. was to 2 victory of the Browns over,, will tackle the Administrationten. '. but Key West kept its one run offerings shall plainly slat onits ; the Lowest Prices. The Art-
solitary plaoe tree In front of It. at
!I I face that It Is a proposal for the
the moment delicately tasseled! and I the Senators. These two games promiseto ; lead. sale of Monroe County bonds t man Prey ang?
bursting Into green. ( The summaries follow: : be real hoUy contested for.' In the Veteran half of the last The right. Is reserved to reject.
LEAGUE (By JOVE) and all offerings or portions of OLD PAPERS FUR
NATIONAL t frame. when Ward went in at any ,i SALE-Two
Laurie '
was making an evening ,. I
I, Home dia- is fighting 1 off rlnl
The Funeral each and club {
frock for Glad. She had cooked and At Chicago R. II. E.1 Lopez every I right field for Key West. Vovles STATE BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION bundles for Se. The Citizen Office -

eaten ber sapper and washed up and Philadelphia ...-.- 182 mondball ten won last night after lard to win the first half pennant double to left slide into third and OF FLORIDA. j I oct!III

put everything away. / Chicago _'*__'''','-- 203 II eleven innings of battle with the First game will be called at 8 was safe when he hit Castro. Griffin David. Sholts. Governor, as President -I I

r (Ten Innings) ,o'clock sharp. I singled to left and Alfonso I J. M. Lee, State Comptroller, as(I TYPEWRITING PAPER 600

IT was a bright little room. Laurie Batteries: Walters Pezzullo, Busy Bees. The final score was made a, perfect peg to the plate. Secretary".. \". ,Knot., State Treasurer, as I I sheets, 75e The Artman Press,
..ted everything that (] tad IIr' Johnron and 'Todd; French, War- 3to2 Subscribe to The Citizen 1 I Voyles was out but he spiked the .Treasurer JlyU-Jt: ,. ang?

wanted. And Glad adored color. So neke and O'Dea. Hartnett _.
there was orange and soft blue In the I The Bakers scored one of their -- --

curtains and covers and there were At Cincinnati R. H. E. runs in the second inning on a 1I 1

Bowery cushions, and on tbe dark- New York ...--..- 6 '14 1 double by Griffin and two wild
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stained floor gay mats. and the furniture Cincinnati ..........._.........1318 0 I In the frame the -
pitches. same
wis painted white and prim
ross As the old landlady said. It "You rude Batteries: Schumacher Hubbell Embalmers put over a run on a'II I]
were extremely to me. Chsgnon and Mancuso, Banning I FIRMS
looked more like a garden than a '
Herrman Brennan Frey walk, wild pitch and an overthrow:
room.Laurie's. bad done before. "1 don't want to ; I I I
and Lombardi.! to first.
bell rang. That meant talk to you. I don't know who yon and Campbell I

there was a vlslto downstairs at the are. I doa't kno what friend of The Funeral Homers scored another -j j

front door. Each tenant had a bell,I! mine you could have met Yon were At. St. Louis R. II. E. tally in the third frame I

and attended to IL The landlady was extremely rude to me in the train." Boston _._._......_.._ 6 14 0 Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemD.AY .
'not only old but rheumatic Tte something Important to say St Louis ...__....._..-..-..13 14 1 when :Machin took first on a field- x

Who could It be? She bad not many to you. Let me come in! won't keep Batteries: Frankhouse, Benton I er's choice, second on a wild pitch

rrlenda Several of the girls In tbe you long. and Spohrer; J. Dean and De- and scored on McCarthy's angle:

office she liked very much but nearly Ills tone was so commanding that ,lancey, O'FarrelL to left. I
all\ of them lived In the suburbs and she gave way against ber will She.1 !
The Bees tied the count in the AMERICAN COFFEE R 0 S E S
they only met when they made ap led him upstairs and turned on more Brooklyn at Pittsburgh, rain. JOHN C PARK ,r HIS SPACE
pointments. She kne three or four lights; in her room. fourth frame. Armando was sale i Now Offered in 3 Grades,
young men falrleiL But with none She did not ask him to alt do..n.Sbe .
LEAGUEAt the shortstop went
on an error by j I FLORAL PIECES'LARGO A
:3f them was she on such terms that looked at him coldly. R. H. E.St ST.STAR.., n. 25c;
Washington to second on a wild pitch went to 328 SIMONTON
) they would drop In casually just before "Would yon please explain why Louis ...._...-...... 3 13 1 It>> 18cSPECIALTY
ten o'clock at night. you are h.rer" third on a fielder's choice and I 12 Insertions
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Sbe put down the gleaming sky Out of curiosity: replied with Washington came home on another fielder's- v. &: s., It>> 15c.

( blue material that she was stitching that smile in his eyes that both fascinated (Eleven Innings) choice.In PLUMBING I PLANTS and VINES
Hems Buy It At Your Local
Andrews and
with her busy, loving Cngers. and repelled her "1 am In a Batteries: the eleventh inning. Ingra- '

and vrenl-dAmnstalrs. She haj a little peculiar position-unique. I imagine ley; Whitehill and olton. ham singled to second went to Grocery Store PER MONTH
landing all to herself but nc door Yon will admit 1 hare reason for my
third on a fielder's choice and scored bySOUTH FLORIDA
enclosing the ,i4t Sbe switched on a curiosity: not to say interest I hare No, other games scheduled. wild DURO PUMPS Roasted inJ'ey'Wel
winning run on a
light on the first .landing. as she ran Just learned that you are my widow.
1 mean-you bare been my widow. pitch. I i PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL
jjovtn.When she opened the front. door. Now it Is Interesting to a man to LEAGUESTANDINGS I The contest was marked by a. 512 Greene Street NURSERY $3 00

s tall miD stood'olH lde. !learnjie has a widow-when h. has pitchers:* duel all the ... .. e
"I want to ate Mrs. Moore. he:said: never had a wife. AMERICAN LEAGUE I Gates for the a.tbrough.1 'i PHONE 348 PHONE 597 \, _

"I am Mrs. Moore. Laurie answered Laurie stood there,dumb her eyes Tynes for the Bakers.
surprised.He wide, her, month open but not a, Club- W. L. Pet Best hitter was Griffin with '

was In the shadow; ber face sound could she make. Then her New York 48 28 .632 two safeties in four times up.

nas lit by the lamp In the narrow knees gave way and she fell Into a Detroit -.------. 49 32 .605 Kerr and Ingraham for Lopez,I' FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
haIL chair. Chicago -. 42 32 .568 and Hale P. Carbonell and Goeh- INS U RAN C E

He gave a sharp: exclamation.Then -Ton see I happen to be Rex Cleveland 39 36 .520 ring for the Bees played a good THE KEY WEST
stared at her fora speechless Moore" he explained. His voice was Boston ___ 41 38 .519 I game in the field. J.wfisk, 2 .... 31c

moment. Then asked In a mused harsh: his angry lips curved with Philadelphia ......... 33 42 .429 Score by innings: R. H. E. Yellowtail Steak. 2 Ut. 31c Office: 319 DUTal Street R

voice: Is. contempt "I hare Just been with Washington ..___ 33 45 .423 Lopez 011 000 000 01-3 5 5 I Yellowtail ow Bose. Z Ilta. Z5c SUNDAY STAR
Mark Albery. and be told me that
You are Mrs. Moore You! St Louis 22
He Unshed aDd Laurie recognized yon. my .widow were working In bs! ::::::=:... Bees 010 100 000 00-2 4 2 Creeper Z Ibs ZSC

him and gave a little cry. It off'!re", and bad been for two years." NATIONAL LEAGUE I Batteries: Gates and Ingraham; Snapper 2 aba. ZSc TELEPHONE NO.1

was the man In the train who bad fCOJlvn U. IW. Cora II. Stanton) Club-,- W. L. Pet' Tynes and M. Aeevedo. I' M.t sea r... 2 IN. 21c ftl1mpf 0Z Per Year

been so rude to ber. New York 51 23 .689 Try v.., Meals At
Laurie tries to explain We.t' -TIlE-
"Oh. It's yon! I didn't see you atToday's a Tomorrow Difficult filiation. St Louis 47 29 .618' FRESH SHRIMP Key Only Sunday

Chicago 46 32 .590 II Paper Ddmonieo Restaurant
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........................ lawyer and civic worker born in Brooklyn "-_ -- 33 42 .440 i j Bualneu Office CItizen Badwea.r Beer ______ JIe

Birthdays' England: 68 jean ago. Cincinnati .-..'_ 37 42 .468 RIISSELL'S'CIGAR LOWE FISH COMPANY Building I UV Six c..ne Dinner., ----
.e..e.e...e.e.... I Philadelphia _"-'- 31 45 .408 PHONE IIJ PHONE 51 lil1 I _________ 50c, 7Sc. sod. $5.
iI Boston __._ 21 58 .266
Eugene O. Sykes! of Miss., member -r Thomas D. Tagart of French

of the Federal Communications -, Lick Ind., Democratic national GAMES TODAY STORE

Commission born at Aberdeen committeeman" lorn In Indianapolis .AARON McCONNELL Our Rye p utatioa i. Wrap. PRITCHARD

Miss., 59 years ago. 49 years ago. AMERICAN LEAGUE 0. Fle.1. Steal .
St. Louis at Washington: -Cain pod In .TeJ7 package ,

Dr. Bela Schick of New York Arthur B. Chrisman of White vs. Hadley. Crow-- Daily BasekU Retains \ofP FUNERAL HOME
Detroit at Philadelphia-
City medical scientist, born in Post Va., children's writer born

Hungary, :R years ago. there, 46 years ago. der Chicago vs. Wilahere.at New York-Whitehead By \Fire its W.ech a RIll r I N G Dtgatfal 3ympatk.tis'i -

vs. Allen.. o 4 c..ra.'F
Kathleen Norris of Saratoga. Rt. Rev. Henry St. George Cleveland a} Boston. -Harder COME IN AND GET THE NOTARY PUBLIC

Cal.. novelist lorn ii Ban Francisco -I Tucker, P. E. clergyman of Richmond rt. Grove. RESULTS OF THE WATCHMAKER, JEWELEa UCENSED EKBALKE&
Va. torn at Va. ; -THE-
Warsaw ,
53: I
years ago& MAJOR BASEBALL .
I 61 years: ago.Samuel .
Philadelphia at Cfcfeage. .;-Bow LEAGUES See Him Fop You Nut Work ARTMAN PRESS Aakla.. s.ni.. '

Arthur: Swetser of Boston au-I man vs. Henshaw. -",_,_, .:.< --0- ALL PRICES REDUCED "

thor and official of the League of J. Hungerford. president Brooklyn at Piib-Eaelt- CIGARS' CIGARETTES I Oti2en Bldl' LADY ATTENDANT .

Nations, born in ..osion. 47 yean of the Canadian National 'vs.Weavers:,; '.' .H...... S I. IS-I.. I 'a lZen Office

ago. Railways born in Quebec 63 years New Yorkat; ''"'* SOFT DRINKS 0.- satwrlay NI.... PHONE X51 fL... "I Nnw/ .

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FACE FOUR __ _.:_ __, ,: __.,. :. THE KEY: WEST CITIZEN TUESDAY, JULY: 16,1935.
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Finder who was spend Phil who Bit SCHOOL 1769-San Diego, first of the
oiS..S.....,...S...5.........5....;.... few days at Islamorada, Ilenson. was spendingtwo ----- mission-settlements
a was in what is
days1 with relatives and his y pfc Al MM 6. PI tANP now
returning passenger over the host of Regular of nsmn.. rgwd." irrr FIr.t. California, founded by the Fran- taste
Party Yesterday friends returned yesterday weekly shipment Mw Mn s.. tlrpww of 1.1ar._
Coast yesterday morning. to his home in Miami. fruits and vegetables will arrive ciscan missionary, Junipero Serr.

Honor Leslie Tift's tonight by truck for Lowe's Cash Summer Meals as good as
Cates was a returning pas 1779-Historic capture of
yesterday on the morning Juan jCarbonell, proprietor of Grocery 1117 Division street. The same old essentials go nchallenred. Stony Point, N. Y., by "Mad" An
,'A party for Leslie Tift Jr., in.Alvarez, Angel from Miami where he went the Habana-Madrid Club left The shipment which includes a Ole. a little less meal thony Wayne. the last:? "
honor of hi* lath birthday -was irBarbar if Josefina G the week-end with Mrs. Cates i I yesterday afternoon, for a business large variety of both fruits and perhaps, and for the overweightchild
gitent yesterday afternoon at the;' Miller\ Almando &is spending a while with the' visit in Miami and expects to re- vegetables Is expected to arrive a little less bread and butter 1790-Washington, D. c., established
Mrs.Lfsliw Savina Toledo, 'J turn tomorrow. .. bacon and potato.I .
Mr. and i
home of his parents in the as seat of governmentby
early evening.
AH children dc
Tilt on White street. The Emilio Blanco I'I'I can Act of Congress.
playground was decorated with I Dalamay Curry Wm. H. Malone who was Mrs.\ Gerald Lloyd and youngson : very well without I

color crepe paper and balloons. t J Armando Perez Miami over the weekendJ..ith. Gerald D., and Mrs. Lloyd's Years Of Discord Prod ) and candies especially pastries, soda 1918-Russian. royal family .
Mmny games were played and I JYeabel, Hernandez Flora .' Malone who is visiting rela sister. Miss Ruby Albcry! left over Italy And Ethiopia Along I pop or so-called killed.
Mlfexal'prize* offered. Three t was a returning passenger the East Coast yesterday "tonic." By the way,
pfttes- were won by the girls who*|Blanco Barbara the East Coast yesterday.. noon for a vacation with relativesand Road To Warfare don't let that name 1318: -U. S. troops captured
w'irOlga Diaz, Estel Martinez Alicia Barcelo, friends. "tonic" mislead you. 1500;; German prisoners including

and' Alicia Barcelo. The boys receiving Virginia Kelly I Tamar Johnson arrived I I (Continued from Page One) It's far from being anything of the a complete brigade staff.
prizes were: Pedro Diaz Oscar Oropeza terday from Miami for visit sort. Instead try a drink of pure
Jr. and Camilo Alvarez. The Rose Mary Kerr, Z ",her brother and sister-in-j a i+I Mrs. Willie Bentley, who was Diet main causes Instead of of the present con i cold water or cool milk. There'sreal 1934-General strike began itGreater
getting economic
mother' went to Mrs. Perez, Pedro Diaz !! spending several weeks as guest refreshment.Pass .
prize I
Mr. and San Francisco.
Mrs John Skelton i i
; penetration in Ethiopia
Miss Kathryn \ of t her and da' Italy saw I
Merced Pereira. 'brother, Richard Skelton. i son ht.erinlaw.1lr.iI up your old beliefs about
A refreshment course of ice reida Valdez Miss I j I1 I and SirsFrank Bentley return-! herself ever more excluded as summer diets. Most of them were Subscribe to The Citizen.PALACE.
cake respberry and candy 'Miss Josephine I ed yesterday to her home in I Haile Selassie turned to other only superstitions without a grainof A little-known. fart
cream served. Clara Blanco Mr. \ .' Armando Cobo, who was inI ami. \Ii-j markets for export and import. scientific backing. The needs
Was Those attending were: Medina, Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs.\ Cobo and their Since Ethiopia is the hinterland of I of the body don't change so very boot beer quality

Charles C. Roberts Barbara and Mrs. R.'Toledo : ,Consnelo, for the week-' Mrs. Raleigh Albury left yesterday -1 j, the two East African colonies, much with the seasons. Heat isn't
Anne Sarles, Maurice Lee Sarles, C. Allen, Mrs. Leslie \ .j;returned yesterday. I[ afternoon over the East|I I these possessions were without a necessary as it is in the winter Ralph Bellamy-Karen Morley in
Jr., Nathalie Valdez, Rose Valdez. Mrs. Pedro Diaz, I' Coast for a visit with relatives'I I I feeding ground. And they cannot I therefore the suggestions' to reduce THE HEALER HAVE you ever noticed a man
Jayne Moore Thompson, Rut Mesdames, -e A. Gregory Cuban consul! in Bushnell, accompanied by her prosper by themselves. j I sugars and starches. But the energy May Robson-Madge Evans fn TAKE a glass of beer and
Marie Baker Carolyn Colleen Merced Hernandez Tampa who was on a business son. Woodrow Wilson, who goesto Japan Filters Scene and health requirements don'tchange. AGE OF INDISCRETION I* THEN say "it doesn't taste
M. Sarles. '' n Havana was a returning I Another cause is the Italian ad-!i Matineet 10-15c> Nihtt 152SeJaritMBTlllr
Mae L. ,
Moore Estella Delgado Grace varez St. Augustine for physical! examination THE same as the last
vance to the wells marking the The same quart of milk is needed
Dger on the Cuba )I
Torres Gilbert Torres Ondina erts Angelina preparatory to accepting "
boundary between Soma- although good ice cream may
Sherley Tift, dez Thos. Moore, afternoon en route to' witl: the Florida present Leading Hotel!'
Thrift Mary Tifjt, a position i *
liland and had account for a part. ..Green vegetables THIS happens so often
j l Ethiopia. Italy has
Charles Tift< Jr., Claudio Valdez, Dirgtt Torres. Irene $ ...,He ast,.extended East Coast RaU-vay; at Buena '
.ourtesies-of'the ... possesion of them, now for six fresh frnit tomatoes.. a little THE SEMlNOLEjji THAT a lot of people thinkTII.T
.VaYlCz' port. I
: I .
Jr-Ralph Rios, Estel Martinez, Amada Vista. f meat or iish'ti; me ;sonic ,
but HaiTe Selassie maintains tom
years, beer is never
RuthiaB6atyMarrf jV.: B*a. Vktiel .'Bare o. Angelina ** '-: I .,.t in his It is'j I bread and bottrr;..a&d there. 'you rf''ay t1.
Boyar;t Rkhafd Vasqoe, Carailo].gar it Oropeza", l 1\16.\ Marble4'Roberts left over; Mrs.\ Ada E. Ro'erts and daughter -:,! they are this that territory.the serious are, winter or,summer.", :'. TWICE alike.They' (think
along line
e.a. : **.- '..- yl:>> .' < ,___-, East; Coast yesterday after-'; Mrs. Joseph; Finder left yesterday -|'' border occurred.! IT Is all a matter of luck
--+ incidents have Scout trip ticifiv
-- 1 NewYork; where the will i afternoon for Miami where I Pleasing a :, t i AND
............... :! Ualual is one of these important >y, important; Dr*. Iteltnd: tc 7- : they change
PartYTonight.L; 8AAf .a vacation i with relatives 1!j they will spent a while with wells. gif tome advice 'about'it; tit Ai, ""- -

Rift Beach :1 HOWDY \ I! :Jfriends.-4 i lives.I rela.1 II A third cause is the growing 1: next article: .. : .t''ff. US \ -..: ..; ...--
g : saw
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I Japanese commercial success inii ::::::
\ Edwin Mallory and three I Mrs. I:. W. Sawyer and '- :
After weeks of hard study, stu-. Ethiopia. Italy feels: that if she! VARIETY OF"BUTTONS n "'"'
Webster New old, who
ERA rteno-J RED left yesterday afternoon j) > were 1(I takes action her chance1.i
dents in the Florida no now
a'vacalion: with relatives in Mi-''jTJCcts of Mr. and Mrs. Harold I WOODWARD la.: R. R. Robbins
class and their friends will' *5.5.55555..... ; soon lie! lost forever. J Ji -
Rest! : : Finder, left"yesterday for Miami of this city has been collecting ......>*..III... Fl rlda.HItt.n. + FROM one brand to anotherUNTIL
frolic at a party tonight at a; Since we're the I i en route to their homes' in' 1Ias-1: i checks buttons for 2$: years, and now (11.15.! R. l. : nmmmfff at last they meetA
Beach. ] our family we refuse .' "F:. Albert: [au, N. P. 1 1I !!' has more than 15,000 no two of A human hume-like. Institution FELLOW who introduce
A unique "bargain weiner officer I)I t I where you will find :r.r.rt r Individual
: much hope for a MALARIA ._ ......,
which alike. .I..t matter
the FERA in Key West, left 6 666 are and a THEM to Schlitz and
roast" was devised by members of> I, I .
cess. j i Merville Rosam, Jr.. son of Mr. or great importance.Bvery
the clasH, and under the' plant I rday afternoon for a business I in 3 days THEY are all set for life
I' and Mrs. Merville Ro&am of 623 j --0-
worked out each person is being 1' With the price of ;on. Jacksonville. I j I'I Southard street who had been' COLDSDr.pi I I- KEY WESTCOLONIAL A steel rire.rwr ..11..1.. l.e.teedI. WITH a beer that never varies
of' C.e kesrt I.e rlty
assessed a proportionate share advancing sometimes I spending some time visiting, with, Lie.id Lkkls BUT is always at the peak
the cost but two persona together a notion to secede Mes. Lilah Carey, accompanied ,'relatives I in Miami;, has returned Sal. N_ first day I. HOTEL "; Room with Combination Tub 1- OF perfection.
are.assessed less than *wo sep ; verse. Florence and Betty Boss: were i[ tel Key West. I TONIC and. LAXATIVE I.I I and Shower Kath. Radio. Electric NOW like everything else
I arately. f I _____ ing passengers over the fast !j i I I In the Center of the Business Ceiling Ventilation Fan Comfortable Slat Door tor Bed Summer with IN the world, there Is a
The official Gregg examination: ; Honor is more yesterday afternoon for Mi- :I and Theater District Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction .
given recently to students by Mrs. likely where they will visit: a while BENJAMIN LOPEZ MONROE THEATER and Individual Read GOOD reason why moat
es; your i First Class-Fireproof- ing Lamps. BEERS vary and Schlitz
teacher of the
Grace Crosby check to FUNERAL HOME .
a del Rio-Leo Carillo in I RATES ./
,class was passed! by Fix members bill. West ; IN CALIENTE Sensible Rat.. Slits* DOES not.
Serving Key
alt-of whom made a grade better Mrs. Roy Potter and sons 1 TH RW M.. Private Ba b -.. .*,-
Half Century -alsoI -- COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI rye R_.. Private Rata ;:.so
than 90 per cent. A lack of horse I II and Roy Junior left yes- r 24 Hour Ambulance Service I! UNDER THE PAMPAS MOON I. 4.. n**_*. Private B.'h .m_'_'' ....
Those who successfully. passed. makes one a jackass.Today's for North Carolina where 24 R.._.. Private Rata ____ Jl5e
the examination were; Dorothy I I *' will visit with relatives for Licensed Embalmer 1 i Mattneet Balcony, lOc; Orches Carag Elevator !. SaMsile R.._.. Private Batb ...5 :

Lord.Thelma Speer Everett Marjorie Pen>>all Layman, Mr.,!' ..............i 7't Bummer I Phone 135 Night 696-tt :i trap I5-20c; Night: 15-25c I Popular Prices I I SLIGHT l\rRtAIIE: OtCVPAKCTWhen ; ; FOR DOIBLH .

Yvonne Pmder and Kathleen .55.5.....5... 4 -. '. :t
Watkins IT Is a simple reason toot

The native of .. WHEN you understand It.
Junior Club To be shy but rather ALL beers are ripened by

Hold Meeting erous and fond of ENZYMES" Just a* fruits
I In personality some aspects and if two is company I don't make a crowd AND'vegetable are ripened.

Members of the Junior Woman's are favorable it **&*Z 2V -a*. -. BUT Enzyme are.
Club have planned another social noted ; TRICKY things.
meeting for Friday July 19, to personage.
trouble in middle THEY'LL ruin their own
be held in the Key West Woman'sClub
rooms on Division street. overcome but the < THANKS FOR A SWELLDANCE ': ) 'fl ucruA 't'E2I { 1'tJQ/flXj GOOD work If you give then
pend much on the
? Eve o'clock has '>een announcedas at that critics l AND NOW HOW ABOUTA IUCKV '...;. HALF a chance or an
the hour for assembling. Hostesses ? m AND A LOOK ATTHE MOONY : EXTRA few degree
z .t
are to be Misses! Leonella cY \ 0am OF temperature. But
Lester, Orphelia Lester and Alice j : '1D I ( % SCHLITZ doesn't

t.. i 4 7. 559 ZDL7L1LiZ1Q; LET SCHLITZ this happen ha developed because

DOWN UQUR ENZYME Control to an

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