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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 25, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME LVI.. No.' 176. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS '



Head .Of"House Rules. CommitteeHas GROUP PROCEEDSTO I EUROPE DUSTS EMPTY THRONES Florida Works Progress Administration


I BAMBOO KEY AS KINGS START ON BACK TRAIL

I

Very Strenuous-_ Assignment I TO GET PLANTS Approves Many Monroe County ProjectsTWO

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WPA OFFICIALS By CHARLES FOLTZ
I I By A.I.... Press> ---I t

Matter Of Handling Major TO ORGANIZE A. c. TANNER SANITARY EN. PARIS July 25.-Roy.li.t. are
RETURNED HOME VISITORS MADE\ READY TO BE SENT TO WASHINGTON

Administration Bills Re- GORRIE GROUPTO CINHER: ACCOMPANIED BY t dusting off Europe's empty j jI

thrones and kiof are preparing to FOR FINAL REVIEW AND ALLOCATION
OTHER MEMBERS OF AD-
ATTEND ROTARY
quires Much Time And LOCAL ADMINIS. I
GILFOND rule again.
I OF
FUNDS
MINISTRATION UNITA. ; MUCH: ACTIVITY TO BE CARRIED
BE FORMED IN CONNECTION TRATOR, WENT ON TO Greece's George and Austria's
Study By Organization Otto started it. Their rapid progress I SESSION TODAYSILENCER ON IN PROGRAM OUTLINED
WITH OBSERVANCE OF NEW YORK .
C. Tanner sanitary engineerof on the road back has encouraged .
ICE MEMORIAL: WEEK I the !
followers
By HERBERT PLUMMER the local administration headsa of other AND GIBBS JOIN
By AMelate4 Pre..) Returning this morning from royal discards to keep on try I JACKSONVILLE, July 24. The Florida Work
this
which left West
party Key I MEMBERS AT NOON-DAY
25.Per.hap.
WASHINGTON J.ly Jacksonville where they had been ing.
Letters urging that there be or- morning en route to Bamboo Key! to confer with officials of the I I LUNCHEON GROOMS AND Progress Administration today approved and made readyto
with immediately in this ;
the man tI. toagHest ganized city a Followers of the middle-aged
I strong active permanent committee I to gather a supply of the dodder: \\P; A. Was a group of local cx- Danish II send to Washington for final review and allocation of
alignment capitol kill daring ecutives. In the group were F. E.I prince George have DOUGLAS GIVE TALKS
on the for the I
to
present program I plant cuscuta: umbellata, to be l Albert executive, officer; Clif-: given the continent's royalists the funds for these Monroe county projects:
observance of Dr. John Gorrie Ice I :
Ie
tKese weltering summer day. ford G. Hicks, projects director :
;;
Memorial in- brought to Key West for trans- i best )lesson in perserverance.
tne< bi.la.alll Week August 11-17 I I Claude Gandolfo. assignment officer -i I The local Rotary Club lord as Key West-Construction of reservoir annex to city
portly, rednaired1 clusive were received here todayb planting. f Largely due to their
and Mrs. Avery Johnson director .e.er..aY'1 Rotary visitors at its vekly
,
I the Rotary Club the' mayor i die" I ,' aquarium. Federal asked
the isles
) policy grant $7,876. Sponsors' con-
who' heads the powerful rule. Thompson Ice Company and the In the party besides Mr, Tan- of social service I luncheon today Link Spencer of

committee of the home.John/ J.O'Connor press from Mrs. II. Willis Mac. ner are Fernando Camus,'of ,the! M. E. Gilfond administrator in" may give up the republic and call i i Key West and Miami knd.George]I' tribution, none.
Monroe county who headed the back the eleven Gibbs of Jacksonville.
Ling they ousted
Fadden director of activities : sanitary unit Bernard' C. De-:
group ;
of New York. for the memorial foundation, Witt, publicity director' Earl; group continued on to' New York! years ago. I I Mayor Wm. H. Malone pre r Stock Island-Reshape and resurface with oil road
where Mrs. Gilfond is spending asummer sented basket of beautifultpeaches I
which is committed to conduct a "' H. S. I' Even the aged arch-republican,I a from State Road
Under ordinary circumstances, Adams photographer and vacation with relatives.B. t sent him from the WindMill I I No. 4 to golf course. Federal grant asked -
crusade against cancer in memoryof McClanahan, in charge of pest Curry Moreno engineer is expected Eleutherios Venizelos admitted Orchard of Pontiac S. C. As
O'Connor has his band fall. His" the Apalachicola physician who [ wearily that the return of the I $7,809.69. Sponsors' contribution, none.
discovered the principles of artificial eradication of the state plant: to arrive over the highway! royal house to the Hellenic re- received by him the basket bore a

committee is the funnel throeghwhich j I refrigeration and inventedthe board. i this afternoon. I public was "only a matter of card with the legend "For" the il Key West-Repair Flagler Avenue. Federal grant

nil the major ndministra- world's first ice machine 85 The group left over the highway. "months." Jubilant Greek royalists -I brave reference fight evidently you have was made.to The the asked, $6.5fO.SO. Sponsors' contribution, none.

years ago this Hummer. this morning for No Name Key MISS H. BAILEYON I claim they have started Europe ,
live bill flow before they reach Members of the local Gorrie and there they were to embark in i back to "sane government:," struggle made by the City of Key Key West-Develop botanical garden at naval sta
West
back
t to win a of
measure
committee are to comprise repre- undeY sane rulers."
the house for consideration. In sentatives of the women's and civic a launch loaned by Raul Vasquez VISIT HERE In Vienna a large "welcome"has I prosperity. Needless to say the I II tion. Federal grant asked, 1442865. Sponsors' con-
with in be ; [peaches were thoroughly enjoyed
to
two tow
dinghys
addition, with the Speaker and clubs the ice industry churchesand been written on the political' tribution, none.
the press. They are requested loaded with the plants.! doormat for Austria's Otto, even I I lit was stated. I

majority leader bo helps determine to quickly arrange the details Some of the plants are to be I[ ARRIVED YESTERDAY FROM though the little entente seems| Stephen Douglas chairman of! Key West-Installation of water distribution and
attendant staging the various added those which been' I the Club .Service Committee, and
on I to have f determined to keep the Hapsburgs I
practically all matters of daily events to be held during ice set out on the golf course and NEW YORK TO SPEND off the throne. Europe's royalists:' Bascom Grooms as chairman of green house facilities at botanical garden. Federal grant

policy and procedure for the week when every piece of ice sold others are to be planted in dif agree that the mere fact that' the Vocational Committee made
by ice manufacturers pledged to' ferent sections of the city. VACATIONMiss Otto is welcome in what remains I'J brief talks outlining the aims and asked, $8,542. Sponsors' contribution, none.

....... the humanitarian t expectations of their respective
support program Mr. Tanner found the plant of the Germanic section of the Key West-Grade and oil First Street. Federal
will aid the endowment fund committees for the coio.. year.
some!! weeks while at Bamboo I ig
ago Hapsburg empire is good sign.
At a time when, he should be ina of the foundation which has the Key and also found out that it Helen Bailey of New York French monarchists a busi-I President Melvin fl Russell grant asked 944245. Sponsors' contribution, none.

position to devote his entire unqualified endorsement "of the at one end pf Channel Key City, arrived yesterday-over the say gave a partial report of the nisi -
grows
is picking They atpresent
Florida Medical Association both and the southwestern end of Marque'a East Coast and is the guest of I ness up. are ,i trict Conference attended by him Key West-Drain pond southeast shore of boulevard
time to these duties, with con small though exceedingly -,
houses of the legislature and Gov- Mrs Angela Vaughan at the homeon a ''at[ Vero Beach. lie made special
!, and both of these sectionson
noisy, minority but they' and contruct culvert. Federal grant asked $4,045.79.Sponsors' .
,
gress champing! at the bit to ad- ernor Sholtz who in a proclamation these keys are free of mos- Ann street, to spend her sum-I hope the nation will reference to the ungracious attack' -
the week "an vacation. grow weary:'t'made the Indian River
designates as mer by mosquitoes contribution
none.
journ and go home O'Connor quitoes. of the third republic and call the
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incentive; to all other men to ren- He at once sent samples of the Another guest of Mrs. Vaughan,H upon the incoming dele'I
finds himself saddled with as an der unselfish service to humanity plant to Washington and the state Miss, Noel Cassidy who has been II gium.Duke of Guise from exile in Bel gates. .. Key West-Construct road on' Atlantic/ Boulevard.

." here for the past week, plans to I Announcement was made by
thrust and
exacting task plant board at Gainesville
as couldabe. ... Federal jiaWd J!.15,260.50. Sponsors
grant trjbulion
Of' ... from the replies received and his leave: tomorrow for Miami-whey e" '_.Alio Followers Wait -11 Win. 1., Bates of the *shoeing 1 cij

upon him. I TWELVE BUILDING own investigations is satisfied she will embark on a ClydeLine r Both Greece's George and Aus-I: a future meeting of a film of I none.

Thanks to Representative Brew- that cuscuta umbellata is a perfect steamer for her home in New. tria's Otto have lived in Paris at:I moving pictures taken of the International -
various times and the French Convention in Mexico\ : Key West-Dredge canal for small boats in Garrison
ster of Maine and his charges i mosquito repellant. York.Misses 'r f
PERMITS ISSUED Bailey and Cassidy are I royalists have been quick to pointto City recently attended by three
that pressure was brought to bearon I old friends of Mrs. Vaughan their apparent success. I' of Key West's Rotarians Bight in Key West harbor. Federal grant asked, $24-
1
him in an effort to influencehis : BAND IN NEED while she was a resident of the I Spanish aristocrats, scattered I I i iI 473.75. Sponsors' contribution, none.
vote on the utility holding metropolis and were induced to throughout Europe have not only
company bill, O'Connor and his APPLICATIONS MADE ARE IN I OF NEW MUSIC,spend their vacation in what Mrs.f gained courage from the Greek 1 t MAYOR RECEIVES I Key West Furniture factory for manufacture of

GENERAL Vaughan justly terms the most I and Austrian royalists but have II I '
rules committee were given the MOST PART FOR I delightful city in the United) been watching the political affairs BASKETPEACHES household goods and instruction of cabinet makers. Fed-

job of conducting investigationInto REPAIRS States. of their own country with great
I I
lobbying in connection with. MANAGER AND DIRECTOR I interest. I I I'eral grant asked, $6,448.04. Sponsors' contribution, $1012.27. ,-

They pin their hopes on con- .
the measure. (
During the week ending today MAKE APPEAL FOR CON- SANDQUIST JOINS LABELED'"IN RECOGNITION
Can't Quit i I tinued party strife in the Iberian I I
there were just an 'even dozen:'I TRIBUTIONS peninsula praying that,eventually I' Key West-Reconditioning of Monroe county kinder-
OF BRAVE FIGHT BY PEO-
O'Connor admits frankly he
building and repair permits issued: I
the will of
DADE WPA FORCESAPPOINTED people grow weary republican
would be delighted to turn the from the office of Building In.' experiments and callback PLE OF KEY WEST" garten at Key West. Federal grant asked, $864. Sponsors -

whole business,over to the senate spector Harry M.. Baker. Issues I Key West 0 Hospitality Band is I the monarchists. When that e contribution, none.

which has ordered a special investigation permitted the following at 806: Dim: in need of new and popular music DIRECTOR OF time comes most of the royalists'
Construct garage agree that Alfonso's third son Luscious peaches. A basket of
of its own into the sion Mrs. J. John I scores which will enable the organization -
street. Owner, to present better con PROGRAM FOR TWO DIFFERENT 22-year-old Prince Juan is the them was received today from (Editor's Note:-The above dispatch was received: yesterday
question. son; cost $75. I certs at the regular Thursday logical candidate for the throne. I I I Windmill Orchards Pontiac Columbia
.In the first place his is a stand t General repairs at Eaton and night concert hours in Bayview COUNTIES Hungary Wary Of Otto S .c., by Mayor Wm. II. afternoon too late for publication as The Citizen had already goneto
A. L.
committee of while Margaret streets. Owner
ing
congress Malone
,from an unannounced don-,
Park. One nation intensely interested
$50. .., at that time.)
the senate group headed by Blackof Sawyer; cost or press
Foster of the in Otto's is
Gomez manager progress Hungary a
Alabama was appointed especially Repairs to floors at 520 Duval O. A. Sandquist, formerly of' >On theifar' >el'were the words 1---
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band with Director Alfredo Bar- kingdom without a king. There,, : --- ---- ---
for this job. The spe- street. Owner First National Key West has been appointed director -" : "In recoRhitiorf of the brave fight '
medium The
of
the the letter the
ro o. through according to of constitution -I
cial .senate committee with* no Bank; cost $150. Citizen. ask that.. contribution,,1M of the Dade ,.and' Collier. the government is a re- made bjf,the'peop.e of Key West"and'T FRUIT STEAMER JUNIOR PATROL
other duties to ban take General repairs at 1005 Flem- : ...
perform ) made by music lovers and those county PWA program, to replaceW. postponing settlement of > the printed word
its time. It would be cheaper, ing street. Owner P. M. Roberts; These H. Green now district admin- gency "Grown in lhe'Sand Hills of South
the
attend concerts
who the
dynastic question "until such
too for one body to perform the cost, $10.General. fundto istrator of the FERA. I Car\Hina." UNDER REPAIRS PLANNING TRIP
contributions trill into
go a | time as the people are freed from 1 I
: at 1419 Cath- '
task. 1 repairs of .the Mr. SandquUt is wen known to Mayor'Malone\ has not the faint-

So much fuss has been raised erine street. Owner Harry Sands;s best purchase and most nqw;popular produ-ts composers.The many people in Key West as be-!external Admiral pressure.Horthy regent for 15 I: est' idea from whom the fruit I r

over this business of lobbying I Cost, $75.General. ing associated with engineeringand came, but he they the '
I manager also announces years, looks with little favor on rays are I NO CRUISING PARTY TO AR-I ORGANIZATION TO LEAVE ON
however that O'Connor and his repairs at 801 Duval I that the names of the contributors other activities in Key West Otto finest he has ever ,tasted and BO,
committee: must proceed cautiously. street. Owner V. Cordero; cost,. to the fund will be read at but principally as an officer in the I' natural or objections any other are candidate.backed His by they are like the great hearted RIVE AT KEY WpST} SUNDAY AFTERNOONFOR

If they were to abandon their $150.New each concert evidence of the navy during the world war and inspector people who live' in that section of
as an MIAMI
the little! entente which fears restoration THIS WEEK
too show roof galvanized, 610 Grin- for the department this
investigation quickly or appreciation of the members of the navy I the great country.
of old
too much eagerness to let the senate nell street. Owner. Win. H. Ma- band and to give credit to those during the construction of the 1 Austro-Hun-i Through the columns of Tb -
take over everything they lone; cost. $100. is naval air station. I I'garian ruling family would mean I Citizen he extends,thanks for the
whose being given.
would lay thmselves open to the :' Repairs to shed at 1200 Varela Mr. Gomez support concludes his appeal Mrs. Sandquist is of Key West, I attempts to restore'prewar boun- gift and on behalf of the people of II Advices received by the Porter I I The Junior Patrol! of Key West

charge of"oeing tools of the power street. Owner J. Co bo; cost, $50.': by requesting opinions regarding and was before marriage Miss: i daries. But many Hungarian I' Key West his appreciation of the I Dock company are to the effect I i i are perfecting: final plans for the
think Otto
interests. General repairs to home' at 625 the establishment of a radio Gertrude Lowe daughter of Mr.i t, royalists is the logical I I words of praise from the sender. that there will be no cruising i iI i! visit to :Miami which is scheduledfor
candidate for the king of the
Grinnell street. C. J. and Mrs. Jackson Lowe, of Divi-
Go Owner station at Key I F -- at West this i Sunday afternoon.
Senate Can Deeper t broadcasting I party arriving Key
Magyars and are working to
Peet; cost, $75. ; sion street.BLUNDER. get will be 80 members ..ne
I i There .n
week due to the of the
West. sailing
The I special< senate committeealso General repairs to 729 United I him on the vacant throne.In I I PLANT BOARD'SCASEDEFERRED I !'
under command of Mayors
Steamship Gatun of the Standard !group
has the advantage due to'J Holland the former German
street. Owner Mrs. A. Carey I HELPS i s Arthur Sheppard and Supervisors
the fact it may proceed in more I cost$75. I S. S. CUBA BRINGSIN kaiser whose defeat brought the Fruit and Steamship: company being II Mis Edith Russell, Miss Harn"tt
cancelled.
to delve deeper POOR HUNGARIAN monarchs him
leisurely fashion fall of other with ,
Repairs to porch at 627 Caroline : 'I i Johnson Victor Larsen, Douglas
into the question than the house street. MVs. Sarah walk about his rose'gardens, saws The communication to the dock :
Owner
rules group. It can, and is, watch- Trujillo cost, $50. I 105 PASSENGERS (OJ' AI.... ........) wood and says little. But back in company shows that the Gatun I McCarthy and Moreno, Wallace.,
; j' Members will travel in a pet:':>1
has been taken of commissionfor
ing the activity of O'Connor'scommittee Repairs to bath room at 615 BUDAPEST Jolly 25,-Because the reich his grey-haired son, the EXTENSION OF THIRTY DAYS out coach from Key Weft and upon
the present to undergo repair
closely.If Francis street. Owner E. R: a coin caster more than a hundred Ex-erown prince talks wth: Hitler
Miami to
arrival
at
GRANTED BY JUDGE the the ,wjll proceed
of I
to plant chip.
the latter turns up evidence Johnson; cost. $75. a I Steamship Cuba, of the P. and years ago made a blunder Johann i another son serves under the N In her power !i the El Commodore Hotel, which
which shows promise of leading toa I O. S. S. company sailed yesterday Formayer at Szeged may step! swastika as an ardent nazi, and BROWNEAn place is the Steamship l. will be headquarters during U.1
Atenas. of another line
I
revelation of importance, : his grandson Prince Louis Ferdin-
more afternoon for Havana with 96 from poverty to riches. j been and will stay.
the senate committee is preparedto MRS. ELWOOD first class passengers nine sec In an old chest Formayer found and, flies a plane for Germany. make placed the run in direct service from Philadelphia i>

run down such clues to the ond class! eight tons of freight, a Napoleonic gold coin, minted in,I extenrion of 30 days was to Frontera. \! '
very bottom. RETURNS HOME: five automobiles and 93 sacks of 1806. Assuming it is genuine experts granted yesterday by Judge Jefferson SEVEN MARRIAGE
There seenfs to be only one way maiL of the Hungarian National' B. Browne for taking testimony -
possible for termination of this! Ferry Palma arrived from Cuba bank said the coin is worth about' ONLY A FEW in the matter of the state i UCENSES ISSUED

two-gun shooting at the same tar-j Mrs. Elwoed. wife of Police I with: 126 sacks of mail baggageand 1250,000. I I plant board's injunction asked by BANDCONCERTi

get in theopinion of those closest Chief Ivan Elwood. who was in, 15 miscellaneous cars. Its value to collectors is due to') USED CARSleft the board. lie appointed At- i

to the situation. j Johns-Hopkins hospital in Baltimore -i Tug Laura, from Miami arrived the fact that someone in the' torney Allan B. Cleare to take HERE DEFERRED,

If the conferees now considering -:' returned home on the Havana in port this morning for French mint mixed his dies and I ,to be disposed of at testimony for both plaintiff and During die month of July *o

the utility holding company! Special yesterday. fuel oil, ice and water at the Porter produced a few coins SUMMER CLEARANCE I I' defendants, and allowed 30 days I date there have been seven marriage -
bill, are able to reach a com-, Accompanying: Mrs. Elwood was I Dock Company and sailed showed France at one, Whichj for the completion of the testi- George_Mills White in charge: l licenses issued from the office

promise acceptable to the White! Mrs Earl Hathaway who made 1'I I later for Marathon for a barge to same time, both a monarchy and SALE mony. of musical activities of'the local) of Judge Hugh Gunn. Two,

House and the twq houses of congress the trip to Baltimore as traveling!1! be towed to Tampa. a republic.: On representation by attorneys administration, announced today,i of these were Issued daring th<

then O'Connor probably companion. They were joined at Steamship Ozark of the Clyde- One side of the coins bore the now .aiDe o. at that certain matters precluded the there will be no band concert at j' week ending July 25.

i would be able to chuck his investigation Lower Matecumbe by Mrs. Hath Mallory Lines, is due to arrive in inscription "Repnblique Francais: possibility of securing all testimony Bayview Park tonight.! These recent issues were to:

out of the window apd re- away's husband. Earl who is dep- port tomorrow night from New and the other LEmpereur Napo- NAVARRO'S.INC. pertinent to the case in the Uncertain- weather conditionsare Leslie Eugene Thompson and Mar
turn to his regular rules commi uty sheriff at the veterans' campson Orleans en route to Miami and leon." Only 10 got into circula specified time Judge Browne given as the reason for deferring ] Elizabeth Turner; Henry Mayfield!
tee work. S the keys. Jacksonville. I- tion. : granted the extension asked. the concert. and Inez Wallace.

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', PAGE TWO THE KEY WEST; CITIZEN THURSDAY-JULY 25, 1933.


MORE OLD PEOPLE NOW cities on the Pacific seaboard i time and will leave within a short!

" t bt itt!' tBtstEttielt i ii i TODAY'S WEATHER i il 11 KEY WEST IN I Key West will be better equipped; time for Albany, New York

; Published Dally Except Sunday By Gradually the number of.old persons this season than ever before to:
THK (CtTIZK PLBLIS111\O; CO, INC.l DAYS GONE BY
,j.. AHTMA. while the take care of the travel coming!, Twenty two members of Scent
P. t'reaide.t number of children
increasing,
it. JOB ALLK>. A........ Ua.l._. MaaacerFrom I .. Happening Her Jest 10 Year I,this way, and merchants in all Troop 5, in charge of Assistant

Y Corner jreen Tae Cftiaen and Ann Uuildin Street is decreasing according to Dr. O. E. Baker l' Highest ...........m... ; 'I Ago :Today A. Takea From r lines as well as managers of the I Scoutmaster Roy Hamlin. arrived
government statistician who declares Lowest The File Of The Citizen'' yesterday from Tampa where they
Only Dally Newspaper County.In Key Went and Monroe a Mean _. ...: ::-:::_:_::.' :::::::: : I' various hotels are anticipating: had been holding camp fo' two-
o' that there are now about 10 per cent fewer capacity crowds w* k>. Scoutmaster George f .
.Entered at K y_W.t.=.._Florida_ .!second_claw matter Normal Mean '- Madame Groenman, of Long Inland I .
Archer who with the
FIFTY-MSTH!! YEAR children in the United States than there New York and Pans France.' i was t'-oo1'
........ Editorial comment: Formerly remained over in Tampa fm avisit
.
Muter ., the A..elated five and about 17 Yesterday's ; has made recently some investments -
with relatives.
were years ago percent
The. Associated' Press Is exclusively entitled to use Normal ) I in Key West property and people were incited to sing by,
It fur or publication not otherwise.of credited all news la dispatches this paper credited and also to more persons over the age of 65. ..'This.. rrrxrd cave, I II plans erection of a home here. the inspiration of moonlight.: Now'
_
_the local news published bere.7"kNAIIONl It is a well-known fact that the na aa-Tomorrow's wt M 'rl She is much impressed with the they are led to do the same thingby BENJAMIN LOPEZ
I I possibilities of Key West Madame the incitement of moonshine. FUNERAL HOMES
tdlORIAl tion's birth rate has been declining for Sun I Groenman is member i i
CI I Sun rets s.--:: :::::::: ::: :::: :I I i ; family which a is noted for of the its f Key West
News has' been received here by
M-cA 1935 more than a century. However, the actual Moon rises .__... i Half Century
business in diamonds: and other I friends from Miss Hilda Russell
"SrBSCHIPTIoVllATESOne number of births did not start downward Moon sets ..._.._._. :: precious with offices m1 24 Hoar Ambulance Service
; : Tear ____. ..:..... .... ..._..... _... 'I..G I stones anti Miss Carrie Pierce who are: LcD>cd Emba:merPho
Six Months __- ..._._ __________ 5.Three I until 1921. But this decline has been from Tomorrow's Paris Amsterdam and New York,{], visiting in Montreal Canada. They *. 135 Night 696-tt
Month .. ...._. .-.-- 1.51 f I'I and her people were the first tointroduce ,,. write they are having a delightful]
One Weekly Month____-___:::_:_: :::__..-._:_:._, -- :.85.ZG nearly 3,000,000 births in 1921 to around High ........._.?..._. modern methodof diamond -i i __ '

ADVERTISING- RATES I in Low ..___........__._... : I cutting and polishing: in I I u
lade known on applleatlanSPECIAL 2,300,000 1934. Barometer 8 a. f' :: :::: America. I

NOTICE Should the decline in births continueat Sea level, 30.05.WEATMIP I
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions ,of
respect obituary notices et&, will b. charged for at the pre-depression rate says Dr. Baker, I Members of Key West; Temple j New G.EC fvcatiU
the rate of 10 cents a line.Notices Number 20, Pythian Sisters are)
revenue for Is to entertainments be derived are by 5 churches cents a from line. whicha the population of the nation "will increase : t making elaborate preparations fort)
The Citizen is an open forum and Invites dlscns- (Till 8 p. iIl.. ) a play to be presented on the evening .
son sf public issues and subjects of local or general slowly for about 10'years when there will West
I Key and of A'ugust 8 in the audi-i
t Utertfst but it will not publish anonymous communl- U USES 401ESS%
CURRENTgives [
c.'atlona be perhaps 5,000,000 more people than torlum of Monroe County hil"ht!

now. Soon after this it will decline, pro- (1/J school. In the opening chorus will:
Instead of eschewing all scandal, gos- I be 25 well known young ladies''
viding there is no increase in immigration. '
1 who are now rehearsing for the
sipers delight in chewing the rag over each
Should the decrease in births be less I event. The rainbow chorus will bet double the "Cold Capacity!"
whisp.
another interesting event on the!I
rapid, the increase in population to the I
program with a pantomme
peak will be greater and this date fartherin to follow. Those who attend song .
"Fish Supply Subject of _Investiga- the future." 1 : assured a delightful entertainment are- !! 1930 '
tion"i headline. Probably compiling e 1935
a ;
I < 5iE- .
But in the meantime the number of ..
'S ris1 :
new sucker list. : (
old people will increase by about one-
Leopold Wolfson, who maintains
third each decade. This increase, says this studios in New York city and has
We read of a fight between a car- authority, is inevitable for they are living showers tonight; :: students from all parts of the Now General Electric:

penter and an 'ice man. A hammer and now and the number who wilhtlveanbe ------- United States in his piano classes, Refrigerator saves you even

tongs affair, we imagine. estimated closely. "4? ""** ............. is a visitor in Key West and deeply more money. .New 1935
interested in the activity
/ realty
General Electric models use
here. He has made some investments -
40%less current than General
Urged by his sweetheart to reform a TRAGEDY AS TEACHERIt and is looking over other l !' Electric: models of 1930.
offerings of the several firms.
young New York burglar agreed to com- 1935.'I
............. I Mr. Wolfson plans to give a re- Prices as low aa
promise: by becoming a plumber. seems that it often takes an appalling cital at the Convent of Mary Im-

tragedy to impress mankind with bookseller 1750-Henry maculate before returning to the 13789

Lucky the man. who, contemplating,a the necessity for ordinary safety precautions the Army of the north.

voyage on the sea of matrimony, finds, on and even tragedy fails to teachits 26. Secretary of Leroy Blackwell will have.

arriving at the landing that he has missed lesson in: most cases. to 1795 a royal charge of the musical entertainment -' \ ( I
:
born in Boston. which is being planned by Hv,1 II
the boat. The first systematic efforts to make ton, Maine Oct. i I Troop 1. Boy Scouts of America!I I

theaters fireproof followed the Iroquoisfire ; for Thursday] evening at the II

Take It From Us: The world is not in Chicago in 1903, when 574 persons 1840-Flora A. Harris School. Some of the best I
of a Confederate i talent in the cUr\ will appear. The j All G-E Refrigerators -
crowded with people working in your interest lost their lives although 600 had died ina war, founder and : |I troop will encamp at Clearwater i, have "ageless"

whether they happen to be politicians theater fire in Trenton, N. J., as far backas al of the during the month of August rnd 1, sealed>Ia-steel
professors or preachers.It 1872 and 283 had met a similar fate lution and U. S. funds received from the sale of mechanism that requires! no attention
1812, noted i tickets for the entertainment will. not even oiling, and carry
in Brooklyn in 1876.A .
caster. N. H. Died be used to defray expenses. |I i
is costly to smoke cigarettes in new policy of constructing muni Jan. 6, 1910. 5 Years Performance Protectionfor

Pennsylvania. The Federal tax is six and tions depots in unsettled areas followedthe Extraordinary preparations are II' only $1 a year.
1844-Thomas being made throughout the stateto
the state, tax two cents. Every relieving explosion of the Lake Denmark arsenalin Philadelphia take care of the unprecedentedtravel I G-E Flatep $ 9260) ,

puff is contribution to unemployment re 1926. The sinking of the Vestris has life and studies in !' to Florida which is announced Modthfrktdat

lie!. brought about the adoption of a new code and teacher born by transportation lines low*t.. .
phia. Died there for the coming season.' The Atlantic 1
---. of safety at sea, framed by representatives Coast Line will
I railway run I
The rainbow's end is at Key West extending of 18 nations. The explosion of 1848-Earl ) : many extra trains during the THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY

its arch from Jacksonville but you X-ray films in the Cleveland Clinic, caus- statesman, born. season, with] through trains from 1
1930. Canada New York and other
will find no gold here, but a spot where ing the loss of more than 200 lives, has resulted cities in the East and also from

every prospect pleases and not even man in a survey of conditions in hospitals 1854-David
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is :Vile: .. through the country in an effort to York playwright
creator of stars .I'I.I. .4TI.I.lI'.I
prevent similar disasters in future. Francisco. Died ...........................0...............0..........................
II. Mencken\ the Baltimore thinker, Thus great tragedies sometimes serve .
| .
when he returned from Europe recently to teach their costly lessons; too late how- 1857-Frank.J. 'I'

said: "What this country needs is not a ever, to do their victims any good. famous inventor )i|
city into I i SHUTTER AND AWNING i3 i3I
dictator. but a king. IIuey Long's sloganis of electric traction. (

better and calls for every roan to be a THIS CONCERNS YOU, TOO trolley and I
100 cities here
king.
born at Milford. t
One of the really important matters, New York, Oct. 25 : |i

Character is like an impregnable about which the average citizen of Key 1861-Bolton I I COMBINATION I

citadel, the forces of one's adversaries-- West thinks little, is good health. Theseof Tenn., banker ; I .

knockers in the vernacular-cannot pre- us who enjoy this blessing take it for the Boy Scouts of

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March 27
icgton, ,
rebounds .
like io
a boomerang have missed largely through J luck, ,.rather
.
injure the assailant only. Moral: Never than good sense. -- ---- Densboard Or Weatherwood Hardboard a

krock people with_a good reputation. The basis of good health'Siis vHjro er ,

f$! t diet. That at least is true*- 'ol fttf.in- STEAMSHIP Co.

"t Sometimes''it.i$' just as well to admit dividual after birth whey ature nas Already P&O UNITED STATES FAST For Years the People of South Florida have

defeat before being completely knockedout given: him a body endowed with cer- Y ., Mt\IL.ROUTES FOR -

; and in business it is more profitable tain inheritance, good or bad. When the PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES Needed a Material like This. Something like

but so many keep knocking their pates average person awakens to the fact that Effective March 18th.' 1935 I Wallboard, but having Weather Resisting Prop- -
Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays
against the wall they are knocked senseless matter of
health is largely a proper care
12:20: P. ILLeave
II I erties That it Could be Used for Two Good
,.though they had little gray matter the body has served swell\ that few of us Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, so :

before they started, it is quite evident. I are inclined to believe we" have a weakness days. 6:30: P.Key M.West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon I I Purposes- :

until too late.Regular Tfehat. R...rv>tioat sad I.f iematlo. at Ticket Of He. M &.
Democratic congressmen prove their physical examinations to detect D CB. Pk"' D. 71 .t 1. To Serve in Place of an Awning.

friendship for the president when they organic weakness; and some thoughtas J. H. CO3TAR. AfMt.W .

vote against measures he advocates, because to what and how much we eat seem 2. To be Light and Strong, so That it =

some of these are unsound. Their simple prices to pay for good health and ,--- -
Could be Let Down Quickly and :
friendship i is evidenced when they vote long life. Nevertheless there are any

according to the dictates of their conscience number of people who fail to put up this will b. pleased to have you consult us about Serve as Storm Shutters in Case of i
and Those who follow
) judgment. i small fee.

the..president blindly, may appear to be his how you can Storm. :

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his worst enemies. Time will prove.
You Drive by, Look it Over. Or, Better Still, Come in and Look :
this assertion! t-_' Ordinary human beings recognizetheir Build Buy or
Y: acquaintances and friends as a rule at the Way it is Made. And Let Us Explain and Show You the :

General Ogaki member of theJap- by mental comparisons of the faces seen. Refinance Your Home : Samples of this Excellent Weatherproof Material- :

anese supreme war council, is quoted assaying The particular face is the index to the par- : The Price of this Material) is About the Same as Wood. There :

that Japan could not remain neutral. ticular personality it represents. There
are Five Different Thicknesses and Grades Carried in Our Stock, :
in the event of an Italo-Abyssinian wnr. are other ways however to recognize in- or repair or modernize any type of 'us :
So that You can Have a Wide Group to Choose From. :
That complicates matters. If Japan inter- dividuals.
building on insured credit f :
feres in that affair, Russia will step in, and The blind Senator from Minnesota\

so on ad infinitum until practically the Thomas B. Schall depends upon the hands South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

whole world is embroiled. Right now is and voices. "The feel of a man's hand bespeaks I The First National Bank{ of Key West
the most opportune time to start the the I
propaganda : character of his lace, says Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets

against any interference.in Europe Senator "and the voice is an instrument of 1 j

of whatever nature by the United States. the soul It doesn't lie." And almost j I Approved Mortgage Under the "Your{horae_ is worthy of the beit"

The :statement has been made that the everyone can recognize the identity of a I

United States cannot avoid mixing in with friend when the FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION
they see absent one's I.j I ......................00......................0......................:
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THURSDAY, JULY, :ZS. 1955. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN"
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'BUSY BEE TEN 1-TODAY'S GAMES games-Schumacher vs. HaHahan;
I READY) MADE f
lD AMERICAN Gabler or Stout vs. Raines.

.- BY CORALIE STANTON TRIUMPH I OVER Cleveland at Washnigton LEAGUE ,,
MONROE THEATER
MYXOPtltt La..... Moore ha IfpT bad to work Her way through so SP'ORTS vs. Hayes Or Coppola.
*> Ras floor a .."' toaie I Richard
friatttt Cromwell and Miriam
much hardship and sordidness and / Chicago at Philadelphia-Tietje
hrrmelt from bad .Un.to.. LOPEZ
f Jt<.*t.. aim dead. NM lot, *. Ana tragedy to tbe little spot In the son ; OUTFIT vs. Mahaffey. i Marsh in
. ...., .
rrj r *". rotiliii** < .rett I I THE UNKNOWN WOMAN
.a "*. <* ai. .,,;f. fa ...". kU lob that she had achieved entirely by :' Detroit at NesYork-Apkervr. I,
Rat IF...f. at.eta. Rasa btmefac- her own efforts! only with the Broaca. George Raft-Claire!' Dodd in
l.,. 4itrmlit *prtr*. widow I II
solo. ..4 make de......* upon miraculous help oi a dead man. BAKERS EVEN SERIES WITH 'I St Loa .at Bo
:>*. And Wacda Steele looked at I"'!!. Grove. i! Matinee Balcony, lOc; OrcThcc
Laurie through her heavy lids OPPONENTS IN CAME LAST I Ii .
--_. M I tea, 15-20e; Nights IS-25eI
--
I
Chapter 14 lowered over her enormous black NATIONAL LEAGUE ,I

eyes. 'TIGERS BLANKYANKEES r................................................. ;i NIGHT AT BAYVIEW PARK;II'I' Brooklyn Chicago-Clark n.!I "J.rk..rUtr'. .....,.Ir HateTHE
SHOCK FOR.
WANDA
"Oh.I'm sorry I didn't know there SCORE. 13-8 Carleton. '

IlfANDA continue"Ferty *!:.' was anybody here!" said Laurie DUNES AROUND THE GOLF LINKS j I Philadelphia at Pittsburgh;1 SEMINOLE

left me alibis money. Her voice was like a breeze stirring BUT I Walters. Swift. 1 i iI

We can do everything we like. Wean the congested air of the room. She I I Boston at Cincinnati-Brandt: -0:;" ,.
forget everything about the stood, looking from one to the other (By CRACKLE (By JOVE) vs. Derringer.New -.{p =t.c. tl'vpIG3
feeling instinctively: that she FAIL TO LEAD! The Busy Bees evened the series i : : ..
past: we can COo all round tbe world. was ................... .. ........______._._._._._ York at St. Louis-Two !
AU 1 rant t* ;(o 'make yon happy In the way."Ill tell Mrs. Budd to get ,I - - - - -- ------------------- last night when they defeatedthe -- -- I I : + :
1-
to be happy with yon." tea." she said turning to the door 1 I I For some reason better knownto found some canny Scot had beaten Lopez Funeral Home ten. from the game as both were pret- 'I I Q11

again. myself Jourscribe cannot forget -1! ty badly shaken up. I
1 hare my job. Rex said. him to it, becoming In I
GIANTS PUSH CARDS FUR: thoroughly the very first frame the ,
But Rex Moore
Intercepted her. that there is to be a dinner Score by innings: R. H. E. :
Nonsense! I couldn't bear to
think of yon flying again!1" I Laurie this Is my friend Mrs. THER DOWN LINE; CUBS tomorrow night at which: time all !I i i disillusioned, our hero sat on a Bakers scored :seven! runs on five I Bees .... 700 022 200-13 16 6;!

Steele he said conventionally. luckless par-punishers will pay park bench and.watched the fleecy hits, four walks two wild pitchesand I Lopez .. 501 000 0118 7 4j I II

She waa la a way like himself: want you :.o meet her. Wanda." be CAPTURE PAIR OF GAMES homage (with coin of the realm) I''clouds. in the distance. Having a few fielder's choice In I Batteries: Tynes, Ward and II.Aceredo .I I .
she with strength JM* MYII*. FloridaCIIAS.
with was energy pulsating the wine of life ran In .turned Ife." to Mrs. Steele' "this -is my FROM DODGERS to the boys who managed to get been the farm weather prophet, he the same frame the Embalmers ; A. Lunn, C. Gates, T. I i, B. GRI RR. M.....r
their putts jn regulation immediately smelled rain in the ttord five runs on two hits three I, Lunn and Ingraham. I A human, home-like Instftatioa
her veins. And she was a woman Wanda Steele rows .....
where 1..1.
was too much Ton will find y r
starred of lore and she had found woman of the- world to show a I figures on Thursday last, when the |I Ii of ring;. and had another idea. He errors and four walks. Summary: Errors: Al'>ury. Sterling i I rcmfort ..* rmtrrtntmmrmt a matter -

the man she desired more than anything surprise. Her any Special .. Tfce fusses) I i i "Fairways" and "Roughies" crossed -h j;i reached the Weather Bureau about Clarnce Gates pitched seven in-I Kerr. Sweeting. Hale Castro I of great Importan
composure
on tbfs earth. to marvel at. From was something NEW YORK July 25.-The De-i! niblicks in a big' way. a mashie shot ahead of the rain, I nings and Tommy Lunn Ilipgs, Griffin. M. Aeevedo. P.I I, -

under her troit Tigers fantoat the New Captain Joe Lopez the Stock i''walked in and announced "local i the game for the Lopez ten C&rbonell; home run: Ingraham A ....1 fireproof b.IUI.a- looted
She T.u looking at him with barn- heavy lids here flashed one murderous I I. the heart of the elty
lag eyes. glance of Jealousy 'at the girl York Yankee!, leaders in the : Idand seige g'n. will hold forth I!'showers" were about to com- : Tyne! pitched two and 1-3 innings two base hit: Kerr. A. Acevedo 2. : -o--

"You hare forgotten because and one of furious resentment at'tbe American loop, '-ut failed however at one end of the table, and at men e. The old gentleman in ; and Ward hurled the last Castro; ; stolen bases Castro, SI.Acevedo. ..! Every Room with Comfclnatlmi Tab
you
astounded at this six and 2-3 innings, allowing two Rethel. J. Carbonell '' end Shower Hath, Radio Klectrlo
want to." she said bitterly. And all man. to take top position. The the other will be no other than > charge was so ;
this time rYe been thinking of yon Bat they were looking at each Bengals: are within four-tenths ofa t Captain Bob (Pinchy Winchy to young feller! announcing and I runs and four hits. double play: Carbonell to Hale to Ceiling Ventilation.Fan Comfortable Slat Poor for Beds Summer with

and longing to fad ,ou. Ferdy other- at the moment and. when percentage point of first place j you) Spottswood, between these l' bringing rays, when "Fair and At bat Armando Acevedo hit Griffin; struck out: by LunD 1, by I' Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction -
Laurie Warmer" had forecast that two doubles and three singles in Gates 3, by Tynes 2, by Ward 4 and Indiiidaal Rlug _"-
thought yon mnsl
yea never let as bear tom you. But. she was smiling and gripped the do:rile leader from Brook-j will be seated a flock of males! Sammy got the job then and there. five times up. Tynes hit two safely bases on balls: off Tynes 7. off RATE

somehow? I always knew'you-were girl's hand warmly In her long lean lyn, with a 9 to-3 victory !''in the ordinarily sane, reaceful, law. Things proved too tame in the in as many times up. Ward and Ward 1. off A. Linn 3, off Gates I Blade
Angers j' Ingraham; hit a .750 average. 5, off T. Lunn 1 left bases T<* R__.. Prirate Hat _........ f2."
alIYe. crener. T.'ie: score in the nightcap abiding citizens. However tomorrow -! weather line for Sam and he beganto ; on : .. Private ...._
1eR..m.| 3JJO
Rath :
"I I am sorry" Ills voice way grave. "Wb,. to think I didn't even know was 7-6. i i night, -Batching them com- j I look around for bigger and better In the field, Gopher and Hijres I Lopez 10, Bees! 13; time of game:!, 4O R__.. Private Salk n- s.-

"But 1 have my life to lfv$::t have my friend Rex Moore was married! The Pittsburgh Pirates ran 1 I pare notes making practice swings I! weather so; naturally he de- made some dazzling catches. McCarthy :2-00; umpires!!: Licata at the plate,|124'1 R_mn" Private_ Rath ._ ._. a.se

my work. I have my chance again. she said. "And we've had so much their string of victories to seven with a soup spoon reminding their j cided to come to Key West. and Machin collided in the I Gonzalez at first and Valdes at' ie Saaiple Ron e Private n. See
to talk about since I 1 SLIGHT|I I>CRK*"E FOR DOCBLB:
came that behadn't sixth frame 'and had to retire ':
It's seldom a man gets such a chance by sweeping a doubleheader from conquering opponents that "if I j i well as "Gravy" says, that bringsour
twice over. My life Is my Job. I will) even time to tell me! the Phillies. hadn't missed that putt on nine"J! hero up to the present wherewe - -- -- -

pay you back all that I owe you In rXR) a few moments Laurie was so I On the strength of one' bij inning and "how stout that honey I hit I find him charting, the big

money. I can't bear to be In your F and the durability of Carl 1 on the fifth!" All this goes to I winds, and pursuing his first love.
occupied In
following Moore'slead .
'
debt. Ever since I came back. I've and saying the right thing that I Kcbbell's left arm, the Giants won make one wonder. .Oh well-I'Hj! I "The Royal and Ancient Game of

that thought It's of nothing else." Da beyond she was hardly conscious of the back all the ground they lost earlier fee you there tomorrow night.: j Gclf." Of course he meets the

Impossible. other woman's personality. She was in their series with the Cardinals Bat enough of this-your scribe J "only Girl" and it's Mr. &: Mrs.

"How dare yon Insult me like only another person who had to be and again incrased their started out to give you an "Ant-j t Besides polf. our hero has! a I 1

that r Her eyes glowed red with fooled. Rex explained that It was National League lead to one and eye Angle;: On A Bird You've| S"elJoice and likes to sing and I 1 '

the fury of balked passion. You sbe'and her husband who bad picked a half games with a 4 to 2 tri-j Heard Of." So here goes: Pre-i-j, manages to smooth over some of
are a miserable toward. No. I don'tman
that. Rex!" him np In their yacht when he bad umph over the world champions! j t dent Samael Alaiiam Goldsmith:; the would-be tenors and baritonesin

Her voice changed Wcame ab- crashed and looked after him In The St. Louis Browns!, who look j "weather" you believe it or not.) the locker room songs so that

1 JeeC Til waft I know how you must California while be*was blind. anything bi-t a last-place club these i WES not always s champion golfer j the general sound is somewhat I '

feel coming back to your Job. I won't Gradually. Laurie got the hang of hot days, belted "Rube" Walbergj He started life early, and like most i nigh a tune. Sammy never missesa I Ii

stand in your way. You shall'do all the situation and was able to take for 10 hits and a 6-3 victory chile j self-made! golfers; began on a farm ;, dinner. likes to exercise his oral

you want to. You shall show the notice. And the first thing she saw yanking the Boston Red Sox out. rather the. reverse to a baseball! ) cavity "weather" it's: eating talking

world that you are the finest airman was that Mrs. Steele was In love I of the first division. i player-they usually finish on ai+ or singing. lie plays a smooth
with Rex Moore. I
I. It. Everything 1 have shall ga to Producing rallies! in the late innings farm. Well anyvay.- Sammy eon-! game. hangers-on at the golf ; high i reputation for

help you. But say yon haven't forgotten The wonderful-looking lady was the Cleveland Indians j ceived the idea of cutting a hick- j I r course set their watches by the -

Only say youll love me as cordiality itself to Laurie. On leaving whipped Washington! in both 10ry limb and knocking apples,!! time he arrives daily with HIZ- quality doesn't mean GoodyearTires SEE I'o 1pA'
she said with an almost affectionate -
I love yon! That's all I care about. note in her high-pitched games! of a doubleheader.takingthe nuts pebbles or what-not:! ZOXER The Mayor to do the more money-it means ae

He shook his. head. drawling voice first. 10 to 6. and the other, I into tomato cans that he carefully I II I I eighteen holes in two hours flat. These tread foot-
: value I
"You mean"you want me to marry "Yon must let me be your friend 13 to 8. I placed all over the pasture. .in an '!: and Samuella generally cards a you get more at competitive prints made by

you. Wanda? too. my dear. I'm sure you don't In a night game. Cincinnati de- amazingly short while he had i I j low eighty or high seventy tally prices. _after the

"Of course. mind bnt 1 feel that a tiny bit of feated Bofton. 9 to 4. gained such prowess at this little 1 1II i. .claims his putter "Hurricane long mileage shown

"I can't do that. Rex really does belong to me. although The summaries follow: game he had invented that he'dej -|I Helen"! is the only one of its kind It stands to reason that Goodyearprove there's still

"Why? Because I am rich! Don't he has treated me so shabbily NATIONAL LEAGUE j II cided to desert the farm and go to in existence which the writer is A L L-W E AT H E R world's largest tire maker,can give tbeaetre.dsfortbouyou -. left In-
be fool! You much already -
a
owe me so
.," the bad boy! Now. positively At St. Louis R. H. E. {l Washington and patent the darn I I wont to believe. Well, Sam started 1 greater value per dollar. Detecanode more miles oft

back' you must'both come and dine wIth New York ...._m_. 4 14 1 ; game.; When he arrived there and early_ tive Faurot's safety.
"I kaow. I will P&llt investigation proved
You me tomorrow"She St. Louis .......-..-_........__ 2 5 1 I .
can't. Rex. yon cant have -- -- -- --
i it verified that
-
would take no refusal, although Batteries: Hubbell and Dan- Goodyear's great

forgotten what you said when we Rex tried hard to make an ning: J. Dean and V. Davis.! "G-3" All-Weather delivers more
sat out those nights !ID the garden ; ILEAGUE STANDINGS I''
excuse, 'rDIAMONDBALL---1 1t .
miles
and you were ao'dear., so sweet to t at Imvest cost per mile!
"1 shall expect you at eight.were ii
me! I told you I couldn.tllYe without -
her last words. "Rex. I suppose I Night Game tI.4SO wM
you end you ald-oh. so many I : SEE EVIDENCE HEBE l'
must forgive you for not telling me At ,Cincinnati R. H. E.I AMERICAN LEAGUE a.o:_

things but always that fate had that yon had such a charming little Boston m..m._? .._..-..--.... 4 12 1 : Club- W L. Pet.

late been and unkind-"to us, we had met too wife;" Cincinnati .._....__._.._.. 511 2 i --- New York .___......... 51 33 .607 Let us show you actual footprint '

Uninterrupted her harshly. When he came back from seeing Batteries: Brandt and Mueller\ (By JOVE) Detroit: ... ... ...... .54 35 .607 records of "G-3's" on your neigh
,
"Please don't! 1 didn't mean-I hej down to her car, he said to Lau Nelson and Lombard! I II The Social League will play two : Chicago ........".._..... 46 36 .561 I bors' cars cold-turkey: evidence

don't know what I lald.AND ." rle gruffly; I more games tomorrow night. In Cleveland ..._,.._. 44 40 .52& that you'll get better than
"I owe everything to Mrs. Steele t.Ir/
and her husband eyesight as : First Game II the first; game the Administration j{ Boston .____....... 45 43 ,.511i 43% LONGER NON-SKID MJUAGC AT W' Jo. welt.a.
Indeed he did not know. In my At Chicago R. H. E. r. D. Car,$ '
dazed period of seeing well as my life." will lock horns with the Service j: Philadelphia ____...... 37 45 .451 NO EXTU com fai.m.w, atiMe.11.
Brooklyn ....---.........-. 312 1
gain, of looking on a new world "She is won<&erful.- Laurie replied ten, and the Lighthouse; will play ; Washington _._ 36 52 .409
I Chicago ..__._.........__ 9 11 0
of tbe miracle of emerging from that enthusiastically. "One of those the Cave Inn. ,
Batteries: Benge Reis and St. Louis _.__ 28 57 .329
awful darkness-what had he said! women one reads about In the illustrated .
Hart- On Tuesday night the Bermuda
Lopez. Taylor; Root and i
I I
What could a man have said to this papers-Just perfect In every -
nett, O'Dea. Bakery and the Lighthouse will
woman to whom he owed his eyes way. She must be enormously f NATIONAL LEAC i

his life! To whom he could give ; rich. Is her husband nIcer play in the first game and Admini'tration i Club- W. L. Pet. ..
,
nothing real nothing that mattered He Is"dead." Second Came will play the Cave Inn in I j New York ...______._. 55 30 .641 1 Itr.J. H D.ly
nothing that she wanted! Only "Oh! Laurie did not know why At Chicago R. H. E.i
the second game j: Q. ..._........__..
gratitude. What could be her! she him such a bright smite Louis 54 32 .628
say to gave Brooklyn ..._._......._..._... 6 11 0 I
Tbe ms.1. was striding up and "She Is In love with you of course!" Chicago ......__................. 7 "14 0 On the following Friday the I Chicago ___..._....-.... 55 35 .611

down tbe room his hands clenched.: "Don't' be absurd! Batteries! : Munns,4: ESrn'haw,,j, Administration will ;lay the Bermuda i! Pittsburgh ._______-.... 49 41 .544

The woman's eyes did not leave his 'Anybody' coula see It. And you'renot Vance and Lopez: ; Lee and lI rt- Bakery ana the Service will *: Brooklyn .. __ 39 48 .448
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(ace. They were both lost to what blind any longer! nett, O'Dea. play the S. B. Beer in the second I I PATHFINDERWith lea7s.u..
was going on around .them Rex It sounded unkind. She could not ... game. i Cincinnati ......._.._. 39 49 .4-13 A.q peat If.nka,

Moore bent poly on escape lam understand why she felt unkind. It .; This is the schedule for the next i Philadelphia ..._..... :36; 50 .419 SPEEDWAY ,

her; she bent only on grappling him must have: been the surprise.He First Game vAt I' ..... .......
three nights of play in this league. Boston .m._ 23 65 .261
to her so that be could not get away. gave her a furious stare Pittsburgh R. II E. $

Th# ige-oid drama of passion.-pur- "You little cat!" Philadelphia _-..__ ,.r 6 131 I ._ -- S e $

stilt and :night But against 'the "I didn't mean that-It was horrid.: Pittsburgh ....:___..J.L..i. 8 13! *2 ::

fundamental laws of n tbe. Forman of me!" she said impulsively; then Batteries: Johnson, Gorgens .

must be the pursuer or he Is hurried out of the room. and Wilson; Brown, Hoyt and 30x3CL.. 30x31 CL.

no man. She came back a few minutes Grace. .

So that neither of them war awareof later. .I i To therescue a liberal Trade-Ill Allowance WITH YOUR OLD TIRE ::.::'-...
a key turning In the lock of the
"Mrs. Budd Mr. A real -
says Albery has t tAt i ii Goodyear-with all latest
front door. Nor; of a woman's voice Second Game
sent in some lovely trout-and 1 features. Center-traction safety Genuine Goodyamr-bullt quality
la conversation with Mrs. i Pittsburgh R. II. E.
Bndd In
the kitchen. would you like them for dinner Philadelphia ... ._ 391 tread.SupertwUt Cord body.All at lowest price. Tough longwearing ___
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Nor of the sitting-room door open- "I don't want any dinner.he answered I Pittsburgh .. .. n.mm__. 4 10 0 new rubber.Excels many highest rubber.Thick non-skid .r.

lag and Laurie coming into tbe ronghly. "I'm going out for a Batteries: Prim, Bivin Bowman 1L priced tires. Used by tread. SupertwUt Cord blowout
walk.
room. I and Todd; Birkusser Bush and 4.40-lf 1 millions. protection tn every. w. H.airkte..s t.t.t a.
When she Laurie
alone.
was gave I
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Not until she was there. I Padden. ply.A thrifty ony. 65:55 MsnstLLtt .
way to a few painful sobs. Her (]Luton. Los
Rex stood still when be saw her. I $605
nerves were going to pieces. How
Laurie stood still the threshold .
on
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she hated him! Why couldn't she! 'AMERICAN LEAGUE S
In surprise at finding a visitor
make him pay, as be was makingher i First Game i $470YOU
there. And
a woman so arresting so
? At Washington R. II. F
pay BET THEY'RECIARANTEER
distinctive, so wonderfully dressed.A
(Copy+rigAt,1535, Corallt Bfaaf1Re. I Cleveland .-...........-____-10 14 3 00.11 us.t
figure so sophisticated so assured 1
Washington '''_'_'''00' .... 692 47S-1' 4,541
so Intriguing to the girl who .
had been brought up so roughly and tomorrow. tries to borrow some money. I Batteries: L Brown Harder and $665 $705 against both rd bazar .

Phillips; Russell Pettit, Linke and! d. and .fects-IN $545 $515 t
-- ---- --- i Redmond, Holbrook. { WRITING I

.............eee..e.e...I I\I MOTHER ASKS SUPPORT I, --- t 'w

Today's Birthdays!!I Second Game I fair with that roof of yours. Re-neW
At E. ON'T by trick discounts from .
Washington R. IL PLAY ;? padded price iut* BUY
that has been frozen and thawed and B&FOOLED
...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee>|[ DULUTII.-"I was his motheronce Cleveland .._.._.._13 22 0 AO TIRlS until you see bow MCCJI MORE AS LOW AS
but he's married now," Washington 813 1 sunburned out, by giving it a coat of Carey QUALITY Goodyear tivw you FOR TJI15.U1&
Governor Martni L. Davey of j Asbestos Fibre Coating. So to "O'LY-oR LESSr
sobbed Mrs. Mary Fineran in easy applysimplyspread
Ohio, born at Kent Ohio 51 years' Batteries: Hudlin Winegaraer
it with brush. Come in and let teU
I court in this city, when she sought Stewart and Brenzel; Iladley. on a us

ago. i to make her son support her. Nwsom and Holbrook.At you how little it costs to re-new your roof. 80c

SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENG. CO.
William C. De Mille, playwright Vissar noted
:: College psychologist,
New York R. H. E. ,
and movie director, born born in New York, 64 years ago. PHONE 598 White & Eliza: St*.
Detroit._.__._.._._ 4 11 0 A
at Washington, N. C. 57 WEEK
years New York _.._ 0 4 JJ "Your Horn Is Wortky Of The Best"
ago. -
Batteries! : Crowder and Coch-

Lt. Gen. Sir Richard E. Turner rane; Ruffing and Dickey.At Prices: subject to change: without notice State ak. tax
addhtaaalCOLONIAL
Infield Pariish of New Hampshire Canadian soldier born in Quebec
f.
: noted trtict-Klubtrator.; : born !
64 @f !
years ago. Boston R. IL E. ;
in Philadelphia G3:
years ago. St. Louis ._..._._, 6 10 0 \ SERVICE STATION

Boston ___.___ 381 .
I'rof. Mortis R. Cohen of New Robert H.' Coats. Dominion of Batteries: Walkup. Knott and CLARENCE CRUSOE, Prop.

York City noted philosopher, bornin Canada's! Statistician born at Hemsley Walberg' and R. FerrelL FIBRE COATING
Russia!! 55 Colonial Hotel Bldg. Fleming Street
years ago. on
Clinton, Ont.. 61 years ago.
Chicago at Philadelphia, postponed

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:-: SOCIETY :-: .........ae..a.- .- .- .- .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.---------- ([At The Stores] FOROFFICIALS ..............FORUM..........1''

................................................ r Coast C. E. Shine left over the East I Miss Dorothy Beaver teacher in ABOUT MOSQUITO BITES i
yesterday afternoon for Key West High School, left yes- ,
Cleveland, Ohio to enter one of terday afternoon for a visit with Officials of county and city are I Editor. The Citizen \
:
Entertain
Currys Monday Night in
I USED CARS I receipt of invitations to attend
the for that!
I large hospitals, treat- relatives in Cincinnati, Ohio i Please tell your readers
services at Fleming Street Metho-I
ment. Only a few more cars left tot,
Celebrating Wedding Anniversary i be disposed of in Summer Clear' dist church on the evening of July they may get almost instant HEADACHE ?

-- Miss Rhoda Kiefer arrived! ance Sale at Navarro's Inc. Many, 28, next Sunday. I lief from the stings of re-I MAY BE

Friends of )Ir. and Mrs. Tom Those present were: spending Miss Dorothy a vacation Nottage in, who Miami was Tuesday evening over the high-. have taken advantage of the bargain Some time ago Rev. Shuler Ibq I rubbing with kerosene. If I II YOUR EYES
Peele announced that he
Ida Helen Remsen, Bar- way from. California, ; prices and good terms offer- was preparing object to the odor, '
Curry werE delighfunY' entertained Bethel with relatives and friends foE a stay they can put : You're blaming it on too-
returned for officials
I bara Elizabeth Smith, with relatives and friends ''ed in this sale to purchase the! a special sermon '
Carey, Mary accompanied -
a small piece of camphor many-smoke lack of exerciseor
at the home of ?Ir. and :Mrs. on the Havana Special of the local governments.I gum mj ;
Mary Curry Evelyn Niles, Gladys: by her brother BenjaminDeal car which they have looked for-' !' too-little-sleep
,
the can
yesterday. However, the invitation is not con: kerosene Tell them also that produce
Antnoio Gandolfo Monday eve Russell, Elizabeth Rosam, Margaret -1 who is making his first return ward to for a long time. I devilish headaches and
ning in honor of Mr. and Mrs. I Johnson Roberta Matcovich. to his old home in 21 years. : All cars offered have been. fined to those officials, as all oth-, kerosene is a fine remedy for skin : still unsuspected as the

Curry's second wedding anniversary Ray Pierce Ray Matcovich, II Miss Nellie Louise Russell, who ''thoroughly reconditioned and are ers plained.are invited to attend, he ex-I I troubles, and even tumors have:!

Curtis Stanton Malcolm Johnson, was visiting relatives and friendsin in excellent condition.RICHARDSON'S' I been known to disappear after repeated cause.DR.
I John Gandolfo, Cecil Curry Joe Miami, returned over the East )fr. and Mrs. Jake White formerly 'S S..S CS...555 Se...5.55 S-. use or rubbing with it. j, J. A. VALDES
Various'' games were played including Finder.and !Merville Rosam. Coast yesterday called home by of Key West but now of I Orthogon Soft-Lite Licensee
Vaseline lard acid
and boric
"The Fly Family'," "How I i Mr. and !Mrs. Antonio Gandolfo, the death of her father Howard Miami arrived this week over the SPECIALS CLASSIFIED or i J 532 Daval StreetRichardson's
oth Mrs. Demeritt Claude RusselLI highway and are visiting relatives r will aid in treatment for skin .
Deep? "Barber Shop" and Myrtle Mrs. I 1 I Richardson's Grocery claims toti, -
ers. A word contest' was also I Gandolfo, )Ir. and )Irs. Sam t I I __ and friends. They were at'com-I 1 offer the public the best prices: COLUMN eruptions.

held. Miss Roberta Matcovich and Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curry I j I Joe )Mondul who has been mak panied by Miss Juanita Gomez'l on groceries in the city. Today's'I A READER.

Joe Pinder had high score in this Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gandolfo and ing his home in Miami for some who was visiting the I advertisement proves this as it is 'I....................... Key West, Fla.
game and were given prizes. Martha Ann Gandolfo.Announcement time and in filled with special prices in .1 I
I II was recently Key very FOR TRADE: OR SALE July 23, 1935 .
West recuperating from the effects Hamilton Pinder. recently un the grocery line.REPAIR. -

I of an operation, left Sunday:)I pointed deputy sheriff at the vet-'I I BEAUTIFUL PIANO.: Practicallynew. Subscribe to The Citizen-20c GroceryFRIDAY
Social Club f but returned yesterday and intends i I erans camps at Islamorada and I Trade fo- good used car weekly. AND SATURDAY

Names Officers Of Marriage to make his home' here in I Lower Matecumbe arrived over I SERVICE I or will sell reasonable. Apt. K, SPECIALS
t(Ithe future. I I I the highway yesterday afternoon Trevor and Morris Inc main-i Trevor & Morris jly23-3tx: KAPPA prs"BONBON"

Misa Virginia Perez was electedto I With only members. of the Immediate -! land I II | submitted his resignation to.tains' a complete auto repair. service ROOMS Batter. Ib .._....--.-....-.._. 26c
head the M'ulki\ -Muki-0 Club at families present and a'1' Thomas Russell deputy sheriff 1! 'Sheriff K. O. Thompson. at prices that are within the:I DANCECuban i Maxwell Hou.e Coffee Ib 31e

the regular semi-annual electionof I! of intimate friends Miss at Islamorada came in yesterday reach of every car owner. "THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00. CI.b Tomorrow 9 m. 1 Bliss Coffee lt .u.._......_".. ZScK.Ha
officers held last evening at group afternoon to attend funeral serv-I I BOOK All automobiles brought to the;i $2.50 and $3.00 per week. p. Hug Ib _u..u ..... 49c27e
SERMON
Cuban Club. i Mary Francis Whitmarsh, daughter -I ices this afternoon of his brother- Trevor and Morris repair depart-,I Double and Single. 128 N. E. Del Wood. Orchettra :! Su.ar.S Ib.---------------

Other officers chosen at this!> of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas \Vhit- in-law, Howard RuAselJ..J : ment receive attention from men I.' 4 Street, Miami, Fla. GENTS 60e : Magnolia Milk, ca. lie
session were as follows: I marsh, and M. Stanton Gardiner I I! I FOR SUNDAY who know their jobs and are 'ex- ; TF 'june26-lmox.. Cream, 6 .. 38c and 41 1
Miss Georgie Saunders, vice-I I!1 ; :1 F I. pests in this line.ARCHER'S. ..: : I I Tomatoes,: : _::_u..._.u...... 5elOc
of Indiana, were married last Miss Helen Bailey, of: New; .
FOR RENT I Salt. 3 pkgt.Gaavat. ."'.- ......--- -
president. .
Thursday night at the home of York, was a passenger arriving on l' 2H .iae i can __ ..... ZOc2Oc,
Miss Cecilia Ellsworth, secre- the Havana Special to I Rev. John C. Gekeler of "'" I Pear .____
I I the bride's parents, on Olivia I yesterday II pastor : GROCERY YCLES--WE RENT the 2H size can on.
tary.Miss spend a vacation with.Mrs AngeHVaughan. the First Presbyterian Church, announces Archer's by Plate Peaches, 2} .ia. can .__..__. lie
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street. The Grocery "The Store' : LunchesI
Hour Week.
Grace Rivero, treasurer. ceremony was per- for 1'- ,.. Day..or Repair
Sunday
:I evening & 'I Baked Bean. 6 ca.. .. _.. 28c
Miss Isabel Armayor reporter.I I I formed by Rev. L. M. Smith of:(:, -" ., : i,book sermon based on Lloyd C.I That Serves You Best" is one of all make---and paint them with f fand Ovaltine .mall, ._._. _...".._ 3S6Sc

Miss Barbara Carey, sergeant- Ley .Memorial Church of which j i i .Douglass' "Green Light." The the most complete grocery stores!I Nu-EaameK\ ;. We carry a full Dinners Oraltine. large ._......_________.."
at-arms. I" M rs. Edna lUtche1t''nd' ions.' story is a recent publication and r in the city. Customers of this establishment supply of parts. Agent for the Prune, 2H size ca. _.____ 22e2Sc
I Mrs.: Gardiner is member. I II Ij I I i
Since the organization of the a 'Glenn and Wallace left yesterday -([: has'been well receivd by the tead- are given the oppor- Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. Ivory Flake. 3 pkgt.Potatoet. "__n
club over a year ago it has been I j I The bride wore a creation of afternoon for Miami where'' inp"public, it is stated. : tunity of ordering all food needs: [I And sell them as low as $5.00 A la 10 Ib.. ....-....." .... 2c
carte
'very active in the social life of''I!''I white crepe and carrid an arm they planned to remain until this! When Mr. Gekeler first announced -i through this store such as dressed! (I down and $1.00 per week. We I I Rose Milk' 5 can. ".. on,. .. 49c
the community. With the new I bouquet of white )fillies She was afternoon and then leave for New that he would interrret, poultry fish turtle meats and i,i Buy and Sell all makes of used Onion. 2 lb.----------------- I3c

feet of officers the organization is'!''attended' by her niece maid of. York to spend the rest of the sea- the story ii a book sermon, considerable other items not carried by the Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. 35c AND 50c i iI Rinse, 3 p...... -.....__.... 23e23c

looking forward to a very honor' Miss Phillis Yvonne Thompson -' son in the Catskill Mountains.! interest was manifested, it average grocery store. J} Stowers company, 616 Duval Sani-Flatb. c... ..___..... ___. _
ful year. suct'eSS-1 I' gowned in pink satin. Her They were accompanied as far asl is said. street Jly9 t Ivory Soap, 6 bar h.... ... 34e
Miami Mrs.\ Mitchell's sister I Seafood Specialties I EJdy't Starch 6 for ... 25c
Members of the club will be bouquet was of pink radianceroses. bv Several weeks ago, "The Magnificent 'I .u.
}I I'Miss Martha HerttelL I I Lax Flake. 2 .. .. ..... lie
entertained at the home of Miss, Mr. Gardiner was attend- Obse sion." by the same SERVICE A LA CARTE PIANO TUNING p. .
Cecilia Ellsworth on next Tuesday ed by his close friend, II. O.i I' I acthor was used as a basis of a Plate lunches and dinners are SandwichesBeer I Lax Soap, 3 ban ....._._"___.. l'c
evening at 8 o'clock. Young. I I Mrs. Leonard Thompson who book sermon. now being served a la carte at PIANO TUNER, Laureano ,MoI I Life B.oy Soap, 3 bar ._. I'eI
Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner announce was spending a while with her An analysis of the principal char.I t Plaza Sandwich Shop. Seafoods I reno. Excellent piano for sale and Soft Drinks Kidney Bean, 2 for ____"n 25c

Big Bon-Bon Dance they will be at home to family in Key What, left yester- acters will be offered as alfo of r!! and sandwiches are a specialty at i cheap. 101S Division street. I Grape Frait Jake 2 for .. 25e

their many friends at the family day afternoon to join b4: Thompson the .philosophy! of Dean Harcourt I(this popular eating place. J j1y25.1moPALACE I Lard 2 Ib.. .U.n.h____...... 2tc
Tomorrow Night residence 833 Olivia street. at Rock Harbor. the leading figure in the story.* ; Cheese Ib ..._.._m..ou__._ 2deSiam
I I i j I I wood" near Sukhum on the eastern PLAZASANDWICH I 1 Rice 5 lb.. ..._....... ... 35e

Much interest has been mani-- Melody HoarPostponed I Airs Mary Thompson left on'FIND, IDEAL CLIME I shore of the Black sea, where SHOP I Tuna Fish, can .... ..___.._ IlcCr.b
fested by the dancing crowd of the afternoon train yesterday for i sub-tropical low-lands forests, John Wayne in I Meat, can ..". ... 33c
the city over the Kappa Pi's' Big I I Miami to visit relatives. FOR MAKING FILMS rivers and snowcapped mountains DAWN RIDER 11 11THE : 503 Duval Street I
I I furnish ideal Phone 658-R Free
Bon-Bon Dance tomorrow night at settings. I I Patricia Ellis-Larry Crabbe in Delivery
Cuban Club. The eighth Key West Melody}I B. D. Trevor and daughter.Miss f fly A.:*riatr; Hour will MOSCOW, July 25.-Plans have:j:industry will be concentrated in 1
Many pound boxes of candy I I I be postponed from tonight Mary Trevor left over the East Matinee I0-I5c Nights 15-25c
will be given away several as until next.Thursday, August;!J Coast yesterday afternoon for a been made for a "Soviet Holly- the new center.

door prizes, spot dances, prize fox 1, because of illness of one of the I short visit in ) ami. '-. -, -,, --- --- --
trots, prize waltzes, etc. In all players, Commodore von Mietk-
twenty boxes of Bon-Bons will be Liuba announced today. r .
Raymond Leon, who was spend-
awarded to those who attend this '
week with relatives and
ring a
affair. given by the JuniorVoman's
'friends left afternoon
Del Wood's orchestra, formerly Club of Key West were completedat yesterday
for Miami where he is
employed
,
known as Tommy's orchestra, has a meeting of the club held yesterday -
in one of the large hotels. RAIN OR SHINE
been engaged by the Kappas to aftrnoon.
play four hours of their incom- It was dcided to have the dance I I .,
parable dance rhythm. As it has on the evening of August 7 at the w

been quite a while since this band Habana-Madrid Club. An entertainment -!I ; .
has played at the Cuban Club a and program committee
much larger crowd than usual is was appointed. George Mills' 0

expected: Dancing" begins at 9 White of the local administration o *f '' am UOUA
o'clock. 'promised his asistance. ,
0 [NtEARYDAYlGIAD!
a COM ,MARY! ITS w
I'M Will SUPPLIED lK. 8' STOPPED RAININC.BRINCrt #' oMYlWHATAWET.
School Circle To '
l WITH LUCKIES. \ I ALONC THOSE LUCKIES( AND {' '
Conduct f 's HUT'SCETOUTTOWIB
MeetingA 2. ,
ARCHER'SGROCERY .z q,1x5 at
Ys
On Every U s
called meeting of the officers -

chairmen of standing committees #
principal of the Division!1 "Tb. Store That Serve

Street School, and P.-T. A1 will beheld 1. You,Beat" Car RepairedRest \
at the home of Mrs f
Doughtry, 1402 Pine street, Willi' HERE'S THE PLACE assured that when
TO DO YOUR SHOPPINGYou
o'clock Friday afternoon, accord
the job is completed on
to I
ing announcement made today.
Plans for the coming year will need to can make get everything your dinner you a your car whether .it's. Al 5'1 e t+.$) .

be discussed at this meeting, it is success. Food quality is high a simple adjustment or a '

stated. and prices are low. Come in complete overhauling .I. '. .

now and get the drudgery of your auto has ,been
Complete Plans buying finished i in a hurry. through expert hands.

For Coming DanceFinal W. Welcome Retpontible EXPERT AUTOPAINTING ::<: :: Y ::, :
Accomnta 4
arrangements for the
dance and entertainment to be All Competition met with Work done at prices

I Low Prices and High Quality.
I I I you can afford to pay.

KEY WEST ONE STOP SERVICE I ONLY GENUINE

COLONIAL HOTELIn Order All Your Food Needs !
FORD x:.+ RAIN SHINE.IM
Through Ut i
the Center of the Businessand 1 PARTS USED

Theater District Dressed Poultry :{: : .: YOUR BEST FRIEND, I IAM
Fish Turtle

First Clat*-Fireproof- Fruits Vegetables Trevor & Morris i> YOUR LUCKY STRIKE.
'* Meats -
SentibU Rate :

Dairy Products -INC.- y.: : ;i u* ,
COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI _
Phone 67 Free Delivery "Oldest Continuous Ford

Carafe Popular Pric.Elevator. 814 Fleming Street I Dealer in the World"jorit 1-" _- Jc 2))


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