The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00078
 Material Information
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 29, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00078
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Service.Press Dj Wire :; W"Ct:

.. For 55 Years Devoted tithe) Ijc 1Ltc!? t t' : most country equable; with weather an average in the

Beet Interests of Key West range 01 only 14* Fahrenheit



I Former Senator's Strategy Relative I I FEDERAL---1 HOUSING SEWAGE AND WATER SYSTEMS FOR KEY Borah's Prediction That Congress May


To Campaigning Centers On Children Remain In Session Three Months More


.... Dill Says Get Children Interested JUNIOR PATROLTO MANY PHASES OF ACTIVITYIN Sewslge .Dd.w.te"* .tem.'or_ Key West will be two among other Causes Much Speculation In Capital

:' In You And STAGE PARADEON KEY WEST ARE TAKENUP of the project to be discussed during the stay of Julius', Stone ,

the Works Progress Administration who is --- .
Jr.. special organizer Jf_or ( ---- -a

Parents' Votes Will In- AT MEETING HELD ON .... to return to Key West from Havana Thursday afternoon. -
SATURDAY This- was told The Citizen this morningi by M. E. Gilfwxl, localsUministrator Leaders Of Both Parties
variably FollowBy
who returned yesterday from New York where he went
ORGANIZATION WILL MARCH Various phases: of the activity! on business following conferences in Jacksonville, with officials of

HERBERT PLUMMER. ON CAROLINE STREET in Key West relative to applicantsand Ike .dmi>2i.tratioe. -- To Finish Business Ii

(fly Associate P....) applications now being considered -II Asked who else is expected to be in Key West at the end of So completely Key West con-1!|grunts was clobln; { : up some min
WASHINGTON 29. The Shorter Time
by the federal housing ad th* week, Mr. Cilfond said be was advifedthat, E. A. Pyachon; deputy rcious .have the people ;ia all parts nows. After the grunts seas a

former senator from WJ ..to..1 THENCE UP DUVAL STREET ministration were discussed administrator for Florida and L. S- Rickard, assistant administrator flock of gropers, and-
of the country become that even "After the groupers a school ofkingfish
Clarence C. Dill who retired Saturday afternoon at conferencesheld and Conrad Van Hyntag, Florida. R. Administrator will be here and chasm' them wuz 31 I By HERBERT PLUMMER

here. and possibly C. B. Tread..,..,state administrator. the cartoonists are using Key West flock of tarpon. I whips my trusty tilt A.let"- Pr...
Westers tomorrow will be I'
voluntarily last year after a period Key I
Frank C, Hilson district direc I 'a In reply to a question as to fishing stories as subjects for their rod around an' decuyed a grunt to W WASHINGTON J.ly 29N.
of service in both houses dat. given an opportunity to see on field grab th' bait."Ilangin' I
tor Roy Schroder
parade the crack drill team which sentative from Washington D. C., I NEW? PROJECT whether he felt that the sewage syndicated' pages.A on toe grunt's tail was I one except Senator Borah himself
lag back t 1915. hat kit
upon am a grouper) cn: the grouper's tail
!l was selected from Key. West's and Wj. ,C. "Butler, chief under I i project would k. approved, Mr. recent Harold Teen cartoon was a grisb-as! I whipped 'em i i can explain what prompted him to
idea for I." the IesOB FOR KEY WESTr
"cashing oa t j Junior Patrol to participate in the writer, who arrived over the East Gilfoad> raid the matter involved by Carl 'Ed has Poppo Jenks telling higher out of the water I saw a I i i suggest ia the middle of one of

ho learned a* a member ofcongress. ''i program being held in Miami- Coast to take up these matters tarpon hangin' on the kingfish and !' the
ISAPPROVEDWASHINGTON. r an expenditure of approximately Shadow "Come to and see me finally porpoise, whew!** j i capital's most prolonged hot
with J. R. Click local representative
I'l day in celebration of the thirty- r
before "Y'mean to tel: me there was weather spells, that
discussed loans and applications one and a .quarter million dollars :you go fishing congressmight
A school teacher before i ninth birthday anniversary of I I fire fish on your line hangin' on I
h.t\ I and passed on a number of and while he was hopeful, he did When Shadow that city. RT AI.- Pre.)
turned to politics, an importaBt matters of vital interest to ap Pep Jenks tells him to "lissen andyou'll a picture or somern to prove it, I
11 When the drill team returns,to :.plicants.It July' 29. not feel I like talking with any degree come buck with a bushel Poppa Jenks?" interrupted Shad-I vember 1.

part of hi. strategy in campaigning this city shortly before noon to- was learned today that the Among a number of project of surety. 'I basket of iish" and continues: ow.: The effect was a bit terrifyingto
"How well do I remember !
the timeI "Don't be
Tude and let me
for the members will tho
public offic. was centered morrow parade oJ political community' in
application for development which have been approved ing. up during his visit in T..CFAmong was anglia outside the Florida finish my story," says Poppa !
round school children. His theorywas I, fiont the depot up Caroline streetto Boca Chica beach, where a number other matters Key Jenks. "Jest as I wuz about to I Washington. Many put it downas

Duval and up Duval to Division of cottage are to be con- by the administrationand taking up I "On the shady side of the boat land 'em in the boat along: comes j ja ; just another of the Idaho sen

if you "get the I kids interested street. Attired in their new structed and many improvementsmade announced, is one for during his visit in New York was I you couid look down into 40 feet I shark and makes off with the ; ator's vagaries tinged with. a little
has been approved and also f the question of purchasing the of water. A floe-k of West whole of 'em."
and Key lot
in you the votes of mama military uniforms of red more mischief than ...!!. Others
that work on the new Strand Monroe county and affects beach property which is now called I
I white the crack drillers will be led j
-- them administration
-- among
and papa likely. will come your. I Theater is expected to start; in a Rest Beach, and is owned by the 1---
I by the junior drum and bugle I I short time as this application was Key WfsU leaders of both houses, refused to
**. Childs and Ray interests. 'RAIN INSURANCE' GAME CUTSAUSTRIAN I
way. He rarely missed an oppor. corps. approved a short time ago. This provide for racing take it as a joke and privately began

tunity while campaigning to visit Aside from :participating in the I In the evening the visitors and Discussing the probable purchase laying plans to choke off any

parade being held in Miami today: Mr. Click were dinner guests; of old condemned buildings for of this valuable property REVENUE IN LOTTERY such move in that direction
the schools in. the h. t I Wm. R .Porter, president of ths .
towns happened the drill team is scheduled to give improvements in sanitation with the interests which own it, I
an exhibition drill in Bayfront First National Bank, and Mi' Mr.\ Gilfond offered "S24.000 for Speaker Byrns, for example assured

to be in. Park some time today. Porter on their houseboat Idl-r. and elimination of fir. hazards the 5. (By Asueriatru1 Press those who attend his daily

"Almost invariably" he says, Stuart Leonard, director of public Yesterday Messrs. Hilson, But' property which has a beach VIENNA, July 29.-Hundred* the policy holder would even get press conference that his prediction
relations of the Key West Administration ler and Schroder spent the day for which $16,792 has frontage 2400 feet.
i his feet wet. o( adjournment by September
"the first question asked me was' and Capt. Arthur fishing and reported great sport been allocated. Just what was to be done with of chance-taking Viennese are,, So home-spun meteorology Las i t 1 still stands Senator Bark-
how does bill And in charge of the I when they returned in this after
congress pass a Sheppard are the :
property was discussed become !
at !i literally, betting on the weather. a serious subject. Weatherj ley of Kentucky aide-de-camp to
team. noon just in time to catch the This is not one of the project 1 /'
strangely enough it was about the During their stay in Miami the train for Miami. borne length.< The improvements Those who tell when storm(I tables covering scores of yearsI the majority leader of the senate,
I can a
which scanned. The law of
most difficult to at we. sent on which had been made jare I aver-,
question answer patrol members are quartered extensive is reiterated his belief the congressional "
I encountered." the El Commodore hotel Thursday, Jury 23, from fills ,and!' the coastruction of ca- i* coming, intuitively or by the ages applied to nature. Weath-; be down
left CALL MADE FOR [ tr-wbe oldsters \l'J/?_ ,'J jnterpret j curtain: .!could rung_ J
Wht\lL tM boys and girls
'It-started hiD'--to"thinklng after' yesterday\ afternoon there was a I Jacksonville, by Chester B.Treadway .' baMv which had proved great a\-f\ twitching of their corns, are j their bunions are consulted. by August 15.Plans.

he decided to quit politics and he If crowd of almost 1,000 persons at ARMY RECRUITS WP administrator I tractions during the past gathering a fine pile of Austrian I The Companies insurance Adjust companies Premiums, of.! For Spfed

hit upon the idea. of writing a the station to see them off. There I after which owners accepted the I They intend taking no chances
have little the better of
course a
were also a number of relatives of for offer which schillings Poor prophets are losing Borah and his threats
book to be used as a text book for approval represents an ex- i I it, for they have made an exact with Mr. ,

schools and for information to( the members leaving for Miami I ENLISTMENTS OPEN AT SEV- penditure of $10 a front foot, the! their money. I and scientific! study of the weath-1' however. The rules of both houses
who will also return tomorrow.
older persons who are not familiar MRS. ALEXANDER{ area comprising; a large tract run i er. They know they will have tot' provide for an effective methodof
ERAL STATIONS IN i ning back from the beach. The fad has grown until it is
I pay 'on 5 to 6 per cent of their! with, such situations and
the ping
with principles and the working I _

of the government. PROF. A. BLESS I 4TH CORPS AREA 11 DIES JI[ TAMPAWAS I nicalities There are to be a number overcome,of the tech-administrator -I I cutting into the revenues of theI I! justed policies!accordingly.So premiums, are 'ad'I i iI ;' the majority leadership ia pre..

'Loads Of Bills' said, before the mat. state lotteries. Betting on, horse A portion of volume of rain in-' paied to mvoke it.
He has gone about ,the task in WILL VISIT HERE I II ter of completing the purchase I. surahee remains legitimate busi-j. t j It is as fcimple as tt is eieefeclive. -
(!prc-lHl t. The I1.l.*.) be but feltthat I| racing is languishing, There are two privileged
can considered he
quite unorthodox fashion.. When AT ONE TIME PRINCIPAL .cc..eI I I ness. And among the best customers -
JACKSONVILLE July 29.-I the greatest obstacle to acquiring loose change is being diverted to of the companies are Ausi -' motions that can be made in either
completed it probably will be one Announcement sent out frqm the i house senate at time, both
COLLEGE OFFICIAL PLANS OF RUTH HARGROVE SEMINARY the property had been i tria's private armies j or any
of the most unusual text books Army Recruiting: Station states overcome and believes the beach beta on whether the sun will shine These armies, always pinched undebatable and which require

ever published. TO SPEND MONTH ON that recruits are desired for en' IM KEY WEST I will bq purchased. tomorrow. I| for cash: stage parades to im-j only a majority for passage. The

Starting with the premise that : listment in the United States I I Another matter which was satia'factorily 'press the public with their I Ij first is that to adjourn. The
VACATION Army during the month of August!! concluded was the The new form of wagering is!strength. But do second is that to recess.
the subject of at bestis I I t opening i j they not
government for the named stations I
.- following Mrs\ A. P. Norwood is in receiptof of Casa Marina. This was uniforms for all their men. have// Under plans tentatively agreed
of the within the Fourth Area rain insurance-modified and de-
one most uninterestingand Corps : ,
quickly as i.l
taken up personally with Wm. R. ( uniforms are borrowed from upon as a measure
drytft of questions, one of Professor A. A. Bless, of the Fort Benninj> Fort O lethorpe.Fort news of the death of Mrs. Mary I Kenan president of"..the Florida veloped to make it easy for the: ernment stores. The government j passed by both houses, it will be

the first things he did was to employ department of arts and science! of Screven Fort McPherson, Bruce Alexander in Interbay, East Coast Railway'and L. C. masses to get policicp on aminute's '''requires that they be returned to hustled off to conference. with as
Florida University will spend apart Ga.; Fort Barrancas, Fla.; Fort Haines, vice-president- ,and treasurer the warehouses in i little delay as possible. Then
cartoonist. He had him I 'I good condition
a of }his vacation in Key West: Bragg, N. C.; Fort Moultrie, S. C.; Tampa Fla., one week EJO. Manyof [ : notice. It started as a1 and pressed_ three-day recesses will be in or-
make some 30 or 40 cartoons depicting I he writes to housing department Fort McClellan Maxwell Field, legitimate business. ,Inn keepers,j unit
The final answer to the Should,rain soak 10.000
the older of West question der.The
the intricate and tedious ,.Ala., and Barkesdale Field La. people Key II j
of the local administration.Miss administration's tax
I I was received in a letter under ready for a rousing 'week-endi: : J forms the tailoring bill would]) program
parliamentary practices used to Iloen Williams received a, Applicants who are interested will remember Mrs. Alexander I date of July 24. which Mr. took out policies to protect t them stager; the treasury. So a rain is the biggest proposal 1 remaining -
delay and kill bills in in enlisting are requested to communicate -: I iI i
pass, con-
letter from Professor Bless yes. she was at one time principal of Gilfond found in his office on his' policy guarantees that the uniforms -' on the agenda ''oi both
against financial loss in tbei
gress. or r.pl'l. in person at: r !event,
terday in which he asks that I houses. When the house and
the Ruth Hargrove Seminary in return yesterday. I I will be returned creased ways
1 I <
For example> just before con- Room' 250 Post Office Bldg.,: of rain. j!
preparations be made for his means committee releases the
ar The letter is addressed to M. E.! sand brushed and without cost to
this city. She died at the of .
gress meets on January 3rd of rival on August 1 for a month'slfltay Jacksonville Fla. I age I Gill..., signed by Win. R. Kenan,: Wet Season Started It the parading measure for consideration by the
army. ,
each yqar he has a cartoon label He\\ will occupy one of the I 81, and would have attained bet and U as follows: Two years ] cap UM wet I house, where under law it must

ed, "To the Capitol! To the Capitol J. Vining"Harris residences on MRS R. TYNESHASRECOVERED! eighty-second birhday-,on Ocobetr!I ,"Referring. te our conference I summer, and the agj innkfef>ers ,who originate, present plans call for
The cartoonist has picturedthe South street. of this year had she lived. j hereon yesterday in which we I I availed themselves of insurance COLORED \WOMEN I the senate to recess for three day..

representative? and senators Mrz. Alexander was one of the. I I I promised toe write you relative to: made handsome profits. So the at a time. Similarly, when the

rushing to Washington by every best loved women in Tampa and; the opening the Casa Marina,I Ii insurance became popular. I; GIVENHEARING: senate takes up the bill the house
means of transportation carrying I surrounding sections as well as j!I I beg to say we have Definitely concluded Now, if a Vienna family plans will do the same thing.On .
loads of bills to the capitol for introduction. I also being greatly loved here byj i to operate the hotel during l to go on a picnic dad gives the,' t the days each house meetsan

SON DEPART Mrs. Romie Tynes who vas operated her many friends and aequaiat-||f the coming season under the i f outing the added zest of a fman-t effort will be made by the I teal'

Thinks It's Fun on at a local hospital a few; ances. managership of Mr. Peter Schutt I I I cial adventure. estimates his I Rosalie Rountree Inez Cooper ; era to prevent any thing likely to

A pictorial journey of the bill weeks ago, and who was returned, She was a great church worker and for approximately the same picnic is worth a certain amount,: and Sylvia Denis colored were provoke extended controversy

from the time it is introduced until Mrs. John J to her home on White street last especially among the Cubans and number of days as*last winter. pays the appropriate premium,; arraigned this morning before : from being considered.
it is signed by the President is Pat who have McCaffarty been son week, is rapidly convalescing and I Italians, and her foreign work also "The rates will be reasonableand and cashes in if it rains. f Peace Justice Rogelio Gomez. There's always the chance. especially
set forth in graphic fashion. It making was able tote! out for a while yes at one time carried her to Brazil fair." The housewife may relieve the in the) senate, that the
home in Key West for the charged with using profane and ,
is an attempt to teach government' 18 past terday. I where she remained for a number Supplementing<< the letter Mr. drudgery of wash day by invest situation will get out of the hand
months left
by a new method. Saturday on Mrs. Tynes' numerous friends: of years. I Gilfond said he had been assured ing in a bit of insurance. If rain improper language in the vicinity ,of the leaders. Senate rules are
S. S. Cuba for Havana,
en routeto will be much learning! Her passing will be keenly felt the of Douglass schooL much conducive to this ort
Dill is not sure how his attemptwill Balboa. pleased on i that wherever possible Key West! wets laundry she is paid for more
be received. He has gone to will join Mr.Panama where they of her rapid recovery. I by her numerous friends and ac- i ers would be used in whatever the bother of drying it next day.! Testimony given at the hearingwas of thing than those of the hou e.
who has
considerable) pains to find out! established home there. quaintances in all section where 'capacity they were adapted for. He The fly in the ointment is that! deemed by the committing! | There's been a suggestion that
a 1 she was known as an indefatigableworker policies must be taken out week magistrate sufficient to arrant neutrality legislation find its'W.Y
from teachers and others in the Mr. Cafferty is chief NEW ARRIVAL AT : also said he believed that a first a may
signalmanon in church activities and the offenders Leinir held bond
field in advance. in to capitol hill from the White
of education whether they the U. I class bar, to be used only bypatrons I IP..blp
S. S. Claxton
and ar- other good causes for the advancement f of $25 each for trial at the next
House before the session is con
think his scheme is practical.Regardless I and guest would be es- Losses WaivedAt
rived in Key West
on the ve1'l'eli and welfare of the populaceas I term of criminal
JACKSON'S HOMEMr. court. cluded. If then watch out for
of whether he make which was assigned to duty in whole. tablished in the hotel this sea first there was some preItense
a go of it. Dill is having a lot of a i Borah. He'a good for many hoursof
these waters during the unsettled in the game. The purchaserof
fun with the idea. High atop an : condition I i son.Another; very pleasing contact intention talk on this question.AdmnistraUon
in Cuba when a number a 'policy announced an CITY ELECTRICIAN =;
office building in downtown of vessels of the U. S. navy and Mrs. E. C. Jackson: :announce CUBA TRANSPORTS :made. bv this I lo al l administrator of going to some such placeas > leaders in both
Washington he's putting in ten or I: werebased at Key West. I the birth of a girl on Monday -I while he was in New York was the..PratnVienna's Coney Is-j houses, however, have an understanding

twelve hours a day at it. : During their stay the family July 22, at the home 1122 with iC.Aabreyt icklas, brotherfalawr land- and wished to be paid if.rin AND \WIFE RETURN, with the President that
Not even the complex political. made a large: number of friends I Southard street. PASSENGERS;, ot..'KobUt pottkwood. who interfered with his outing. He j f he will not recommend any more

situation in the capital is able to.I who are expressing regret over Mrs. Jackson vas before marriage "' owns considerable property in could within broad limits place: legislation this session. If the ,
distract his attention. Efforts to e their departure it is said Miss: Clandia Johnson. Both Key West. A his own financial value on his little Sidney Thompson, electrician' White House adheres to this
draw him out on politics even for 1 1r I mother and doing nicely. the Discussing proposed improvements he : agreement their plan would appear
baby are Steamship Cuba, of P. and excursion, so long as paid with the Key West Fire Depart. I
"off the. record" consumption are'i HOLDS WORLD'S RECORD O. S. S. company left Saturday and the probabilities of the premium usually 9 per cent;; ment, and Mrs. Thompson who, to be sound and feasible.
BY CORRESPONDENCE afternoon for Havana with 121 great developments along these!I of the policy's face value. ; were spending a vacation in New i MISS MYRTLE SANCHEZ
can't remember*' he says, I SAUGUE, Mass.-E. L. Gay'.or.: I t first class passengers five second lines for Key West, Mr; Nicklas But pretense has bean dropped'; York and other points of hlter-
"when I didn't want to be a nen-I I of this city claims the world's record PARIS. Ark.-Ben Jones of class two automobiles four tons gave the assurance' that whateYn-1.at the busy little offices where' est returned yesterday.Mr. :, Announces the opening' of a

ator. Strangely enough years'ago for holding his breath. In a this city spends much of his time of freight and 676 sacks of maiL wa done in Key ..- t clerks hand policies ov.er the connterm. -! and Mra. Thompson met a': Complete Beauty Shoppein

I made ,up my mind that I didn't recent laboratory experiment at playing checkers by correspond" Freighter Medina is due to ar would work, for the advancement In effect, one beta it's go- ncmber of friends while on their i connection with
want to keep on being one and!I Wesleyan University! it is said he ence with people all over the rive this evening from Galvestonen I of the city he will be glad to do all!I ing to rain Sunday, and the ] visits which added pleasure to avery GRIFFIN AND LABRADA'S
now that I am out I am sure I held it for 14 minutes and 2 sec world. He has had as many as 400 route to Charleston and New possible to.lend his assistance and nranee companies bet it in-I| interesting and enjoyable i! BARBERSHOP

never want to be one again." onds. games in progress at once. York r"go along with the idea." It isn't necessary to prove that trip, they said. 914 Fleming Street

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lttp CitfeenP IS WORLD PEACE POSSIBLE?'' The Great Mouthpiece! -By Talburt -

a TUB.blUh CITIZtX.d Dan rrBLIIUING Kxccpt Sunday co.By IXC. If the people of Key .West are interested 1(' TODAY'S WEA1-HER ]] 1

U. r. ARTMAM. P....._t
JOB JUJJEX. ........I *___ MAJMICC in the cause of world peace they -

Corner From Gr Tb. n..Citizen and Ana Building 9tr.t must be prepared to do some thinking. Temperature I 'octh portion and partly overcast

I TELL1 ;feoDYVINERE Highest ......................... .........88 J weather tonight and Tueday with t
Only DUy N..paper.1a COunty Ky W.*t and Uoaro Perhaps they will have to abandon some of aN'T YGU fly l' ..Lowest i muuuu.m... 81!, Battered shower over north PO"i -

Entered at Key Wa Florid, aa _.cond class m tt rPirTYSIXTH their previous attitudes towards other na BUT THE Ff ICET II Mean _m. --.._m..u ,, 84 i tion.
THIS f Normal Mean .m', 00.. -- ....mm..4 i hart: Gulf: Gentle variable wind
: YEAR tions. 1-i.' ANOTHEYSAyHE5
I R.i.r.ll; o\er north portion and gentle eastor
Mraib .f th e A..tlated Preu .,. Ah tIENHERE'S -
Th. Associated Pr... Is tluslTly; entitled to .... Certainly thinking people realize today I. Ye terda.i's Precipitation. T.Ins. southeast o\er south portion
for repnbllcatlon of all news dUpatcbea credited to SOME rtO+ Ec ... : and partly overcast weather tonight .
it or not otberwlae credited la this paper and.also that the course of international affairs c ,. I Normal Precipitation; .13Ins. i and
tbe local peril I Thin rrw4 24-kcar prrUrfradimr
news pnblUhed here. .r.
Is not at K ....- ..... west... i
promising peace. ideas I'
r u Tomorrow' AI..a.acl8"n WEATHER CONDITIONS
)?lNATlONAl SOCIATION have been advanced but none of them seem rues .00._.... ..-.-. ..- 5:54 a. in.t
During the last 24 hour!, precipitation -
A. t933On to get collide t i Sun sets 7:13 p. in.
anywhere.. They with .na- was confined to a narroW -
J ,Moon saes ... 6:02 a. in I
:rear _......8CBSCHIPTION_-_....... RATES U.... tionalism, prejudices and intolerances : Moon sets ..u.. ....... 72ft: p. in. eastern uneven Texas'left to extending New England from lb

'rh.Six..Month. Kontha _...._.... _........ J.It 0.00 I which seemingly are insurmountable. Ass, "fe Tomorrow's Tides while elsewhere) throughout; the
One Moth ..11Wetaly i A.i. P.M. I tountry the weather was fair.It .
'- .It Without intending any general agrEe- 'High mhU_......... 9:41 10J16: is cooler over the Great Lake

Va. k.own ADVERTISING on application RATES ment with the conclusions reached but I Low .....','..._ ....._ 2:50 4::!4. region New England and in Nerth >U
"" SPECIAL NOTICE t1 Barometer 8 a. t.. today: I Dakota bat: elsewhere changes
All reading notice.. card of thank, resolution. of rather to give our readers something to f t11f Sea level, 30.08.WEATHER I were unimportant. Thermal conditions rt
recpect. obituary notice, eta: will be charge for At .
tbe rat. of 10 cent line. start thinking about we list below the six are aoout seasonal!' in most S
Notice. for entertainment by churche from which I t FORECASTTill *ection except the Missouri Val
a revenue 1* to be derived are i cent a lin.. 'points adopted by the National Peace Conference I ley and central Plains Mates where!
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The CItizen Is an open forum and Invites dl8Cua.1 1-
<.., of public >issues and subjects of local or cenera.nter..t representing some twenty-six ''national ( 8 p. m Tuesday) I they are ajnormall high and
but It will not publish anonymous commanlratlona organizations. According to theI I Key West and Vicinity Fair'! maxima of 100 degrees and above

I tonight; Tuesday probably lot al I were common throughout those
opinion of those participating these

Formerly people talked Turkey now measures are essential to peace: t regions.Pressure!! i!' they are talking Ethiopia I' Atlantic State while] disturbanceof
((1) 'The I II a
) cooperation of the Unitited 'il
II I moderate! intensity is off the
States with other nations to II i I : New England coast.
'"Honor thy, father and thy mother.". bring about the stabilization of currencies II I \ ; "'!:,.r.. : S. M GOLDS1IITH.I' .
But do not always imitate them. I IIU ft Temporarily in ChargeToday's .
the reduction of trade bar- v i 'ik \\

to; riers and a settlement of the war debt I I I (J. !. t"i.. ., I' ......:.....:;::......

Like a hard-boiled egg, a supposedly problem; i I '- fit 11 ,' t I1, .) I Horoscopels..e..e..e.e..a
"{1. ,. i 1 1Energy
hard-boiled man Is usually yellow in ((2)) -national defense policy ''i i.. 1 !
: i ); and enterprin; bnsi
side. based on defense .of American soil _j V i i Partly Cloudy Fair i!I fleas, love of athletics, with a gift ID

with an army and navy limited and '&% r thunderg.t-.wers: ; gentle east and i of argument characterize this
Look not upon the wine when it is organized in accordance with that objective SB- i And southeast winds. I davV hen prcpcrlv directed. this cI
rz nf t **'1-- is a strong character! ,diligent in
red, but pay attention to the light when it and.a munitions industry controlled (W.cd. AkNewr) I Fioridi; : LOC2'1 thundershowersprcballe pursuit of its aims intelligent in

is red. through national and international ---..-- I : tciight Pond Tuesday except the direction of its resource, and

___ action______ ? I. appreciative of the liberal I! :: r fair in- extreme south portion oftentimes winning by force of
n. I very I di; I tonight. careful systematic planning But
Killing is instinctive, and when not ((3)) Revision of the present KEY WEST IN contribution received for the milk T History I Jacksonville to Florida Straits! : J it is sometimes necessary that the y
fund which is to be used for nn-!| j I Centle to moderate winds, mostly) energies be turned toward work y
engaged in anything more destructive we neutrality policy; DAYS GONE BY derfed children. ...................... th rest north I f
I west and be allowed
.I j i or so + over portion not to dissipater
kill time.It ((4)) Extension of the goodwilland '
1778-French fleet arrives off I II i and east or !southeast ov! i tht'mselve! in contention
non-intervention policy to all regions Happening Here Just 10 Year 1 I The' local national guard company I I Rhode IslanJ to help Americans in .
Ago Today A Taken From -- -----
must be embarrassing to the brain specifically the Far East; Th. Files Of*The Citizen j Watrous commanded by Captain War- their revolution. :,
>ran will leave over the ,
trust to have evolved brainless in ((5)) Elimination of racial dis- -
so many East Coast Friday evening en 1794-Po1.. y
novations. crimination from the immigration
policy; today which is consideredone the troop will encamp for the:.voalition to annul its constitution 4 I Ii I iUotel Leamington
of the most profitable yet regular 15 ,days period of train-
and 1 deliver over to Russian I II
((6)) Membership in the Leagueof i army I
Candidates will be talking about the concluded since the activity in L ing. The company has l been re.!I general.
Constitution next summer without ever Nations' on the terms of the pend- real estate begun in Key West and cruited to the required strength I! 1 Ij |i "Miami's Most Hotel"N.

having read it. ing resolution which provides that this on through the keys.Thompson The sale and was Villarealand made and has 55 members. j j j 18r -14lh--;(Roconltt ruction) Popular

country shall decide what action it I : Amendment to the Constitution, E. ht Street at Biscayne Boulevard
the land 61
is acres on Big Editorial
comment: School children
Key West might benefit from an intensive will take when peace .L> threatened. Pine Key. It faces Munson's I l-I who do not learn their dates; in effect Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay

Read these suggestions over, mate np land. The price paid was $66935' bother the teachers, while the girls! ---- I I II Opposite Union Bus Station
study of its natural resources, to be which i*' said to be the highestprice I 1900-King Humbert of .Italy'
are usually bothered by the
and then
yourmind discuss them with fouror One Block from Shopping District
followed by logical efforts to develop and paid for key land in this' who do not keep them. I u-sainated.!: I
expand them. five friends. See if you can agree on section. Several other big deal are I ____ And Amusements

them all. If you can't, do you think the now pending nd.it. is expected I ,What promises to be an attractive -,i 1918-French and Am.ri-ans: LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED
nations 'of the world ? !they:;'WiIl.be.closed: _within i. the improvement to the appearance .! advance on 20-mile front in Marne i if
S Charles A. Dana former great .editor can. next few weeks. ( of the northern end of Duval I' ;>..!ient. i Single Room with Bath ___..$1.50 '

of the New York Sun often remarked he ---- 'street is the building now under+ _.--.- I DaubkRoom' with Bath _--,_ 2.00 t Ij
CRIME DOESN'T PAY-LONG I A meeting of the chamber of course'of construction at the cor. 1920-First transcontinental airmail
could all the
get editors he wanted, but commerce has been called ,for this ,ner of Charles and Duval streets.i}i New Yorto San Francisco,j 1 1I Ii ALFRED SIMONS, Manager

good reporters were scarce. If there are readers of The Citizen evening for the purpose of appointing The building is the property of I i opened. i iI
a representative of the Harry Boyajian and will be finished -I
-'-'- -
who have the idea that maybe the news-' chamber to appear in Washington with a stuccoed exterior. The*
If a weed is found whose odor
will papers are, wrong and that crime does pay relative to the contention now interior is to be wallboarded anJj!i 1111.1'1111'. \
keep mosquitoes away, chemists will soon they might stop long enough to reflect up- going on in Washington between will be furnished as offices for I ......................................................................
discover the chemical ingredients and find the county commissioners and the, various concerns which have secured !
on the fate of Louie (Two Gun) Alterie. '
United the
States' engineers anent the space in building
a way to manufacture a solution in
The story is that he wore a bulletproof requested drawbridge at Steamboat -'j I
expensively.The vest and dodged death for fifteen I' creek. At the,hearing on this'' ''f, MTU. John Park assisted' by Mrs.;

matter it was understood that .a i, Thomas'! Whitmarsh and Mrs. .J.!
years but the other day, when.he came out draw would not .be necessary j!) Roland Adams, presented a de. KEEP OUT !
ideal newspaper is a paper with of.his apartment with his wife, the killeis Later on (certain parties claimed''lightful program at the Park,!

the news. Consider the New York Times. lodged in an apartment across the Chicago that it would be necessary 'to have 1:?'I Home Georgia and Pine streets'"

With scarcely a feature in its pages, the street, poured twelve bullets into his face a drawbridge constructed. What'' last evening. A number of musical i j
will be the decision remains to be,and vocal; numbers made up a:.
Times presents the'roost thorough news and head. They evidently believed that decided. '''very entertaining program which

coverage in the world. he worse the bullet-proof vest. -.- ,''I I I was enjoyed by all who attended. !t.: That Pesky Mosquito 5'!

Even if the "law" doesn't get them The musicale given at the Congregational -I'I Miss Naomi Curry daughter of

The little tots will be glad to learn the gangster sooner or later is wiped out I church last night wasin Sheriff and Mrs. Roland Curry. i .
every particular a success.\ The
that large doses of cod liver oil are foundto by envious or frightened members of his program under the direction of i was hostess to members of Troop,:k Knock Down o

be injurious to the heart and muscles.At own or some other mob..HUMAN Sir Frank H. Ladd and :M"- A.II I 4 Girl Scouts'! last evening. Scout I : Screen Wire

least that was the result: of experimentsmade D. Luethi was admirably presented games" were. played after which abusiness I Screen Doors p
meeting was held. 1 j
and pleasingly
was re-
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Corne'n. ,
by three professors.. ;RIGHTS t.'ved. 18c o
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Many former
'""" .... ; .. ... featured players; J:., 85c. .
-..: -. -. -_' ... ., .- ..-; ;; in the days of, silent films are now ", .
Bill' Gnffis, of the Okeechobee (U:S.'PrS5: Association) Mrs. C. R. DACrittandep h-*,!cj 4 nai :i.or;ftrod QC sided' at a well a indl'dm tin iR;i- I
News who represented his county in the "Organized labor is making progre.-.s in .the of the Woman's Club last night -

recent madhouse* thinks the Legislature direction of establishing the human rights of and was principal speaker. There BENJAMIN LOPEZ i .Adjustable SCREEN

ought to meet behind the bars at Raiford.Be workers," observes the Santa Barbaran (Call/) were a number of highly i important FUNERAL HOME S

patient. Bill.-Fort Myers News-Press. "who till now have been pretty much at the merry matters discussed! and the Semite Key Welt ;,I WINDOW ENAMEL
report on city planning made by I 4 u i
of manipulating seht'mers.oo' Mrs Cnttenden. of interest Half Century i' SCREEN
was deep --
A lighthouse keeper stationed in the It is a recognized "human right" to b* I to her hearers and the city I 24 Hour Licenced AmbuIaBce Embamer Service i if f SCREENS t .
w.\\f 28c ,
gulf off Key. West, and who gets home to *rung which gets the editor of the Key West (Fla.) made in generaL that club Announcement members werel i PI..". 135 Night 696-Vt i ---

see his wife only six times has filed I CitJzen off the limb t 80c
a year, ; and what free man of the t ._ I : Up Up
for a divorce on grounds of cruelty. Then} I Republic will challenge this truth from the tip of I -- I
why did he bother to go home-Fort : the Florida peninsula: "We may be wrongn; :

Myers\ News-Press. fact, we are wrong very often, but we don't .('a-e.1

to hear any lecture on the benefits of eat if g We will be pleated .to have.you consult us about 11 11how INSECT s

It appears a mosquito nemesis has spinach." l you can K I L IT

been discovered at Bamboo Key. It is Another question in "human rights" is propounded I I.J SPRAY z

called cuscuta umbellata and plant board by the clever editorial paragrapher of the

officials say it belongs to the family of Valdosta (Ga.) Daily Times, f I. e.: "An exchange I Build Buy z y yi

metachlamydeous dicotyledonous. If mos- says that there is nothing to do with a fool but or : 1 Pint 15c 1 Quart 25c e

quitoes could read, the appellation would drown him. Since the officers won't permit that. t 1 Refinance Your Home

be enough to frighten them away.It there Seems to be nothing to do with a fooL" J i i/2 Gallon 49c 1 Gallon

If "allofus" are treated right does that balance i '

is estimated there are 6,400,000 the "human rights" accounts? Frank Burroughs I 95c'S
or repair or modernize!any.type of '
i aliens deriving their livelihood from employment says in the Idaho Pioneer (Boise)), that "realizingthe :.

, in this country and depriving fact that the employers also need relief, the I building on insured creditThe I

? that many Americans from jobs which president expects to relieve them of all the cur- 'I jS South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

justly belong to them. Why, then, do we plus cash that they have accumulated in spite of
1 First
not exclude immigrants of all nations and hard times and the alphabet effort, After the l j lt I Natkmal.Baok .efKey West Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets

deport those who are unlawfully and illegally big employers and the swollen ;fortunes are at- t}

in this country? Self-preservation tended to allofus will Approved Mortgage Under the
get our own particular tax j
Your home is worthy of the best"S
is the first law of Nature and charity begins needins. When Franklin Delano was campaigning I[ I ;

at home truisms which all of he '' FEDERAL HOUSING S
are us tearfully reproached: Hoover aJuuaiatration i ADMINISTRATION .

may acclaim. with an unbalanced budget." J : I :.:.................:11',11,11...........................'......................:

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1 Club- W. J,.. Pet.
$TNOPS1Ss to:*, Iaasd. some letters. Detroit ........ .-- ''-.0 57 35 .620
kg to tt tt. w1. Rta Ytander into
avo Kir" lob and in re- It? Moore has (By JOVE) : BASEBALL CAME; YESTERDAY! New York ...._h... 52 36 .591
,.. .
for fact tkat ntrttlt knew he
farted ,\. .,.-deu. long ego tntanot Did The last contest of the five-: Chicagow__..___n 48 37 .565
ttro ftarvtng*kf and and ear'.titttr* G'.Gladys. Now have a map to series between the Busy I Cleveland ..._. r..._ 44 43 .506

It* ,it. Central tiring to Africa r.-,.and oomo Lanritoommlnlning ..bee "They had and the Lopez Funeral Home 14 TO 1 I Boston ..---.__.._..-_. 47 44 .516

jitter1* tm and to tat GlaAyt* attlt4 about. lk,..* gle Congo on the will be played tonight at Bay- : I Philadelphia '_'__ 38 47 .447

arts ono Jlmmf Smitfc. where. Park. I Washington ._....-... 39 53 .424
mixture of : Each club has won two games t i St. Louis -.....-....-.. 29 59 .330
1 The Pirates made their first appearance -
Chapter 1? that Moore is the winner tonight will be de I I -
1 a* a club yesterday aft-
lost his
proud of him." The In"eat.Cigarette Willie ernoonThe Buccaneers have not
LAD. I don't like the Mea of I Club- W. L. Pet
"The poor and Oscar Ward will be I played together since Sunday, January
... ..__... 59 31 .656
you picking up with men like said Mr. New York .
each other on the mound.!
'.went on Laurie."Is he youngr "Apparently I The contest tonight will start : 27, when they defeated the Chicago ._.__ ......-.._. 60 35 ,632

wireless said I Tropical Club.In j St. Louis ..............., 55 36 .60-1
FaIrly. Not a kid. I haven't any a rescue party I 8:15 o'clock sharp. :, the game yesterday after Pittsburgh .............. 52 42 ..533i

>toP Infants old girL I met him In they're alive ;; : I 'I GO TO SUNDAY SCHOOL!! noon at the Xavy Field Casa i Cincinnati ._.-..._.." 50 53183

Rochester first. If you want tow but for your 'j Brooklyn -..-.... 40 51 .4-10
I ICLEXCOE. i patched. three innings and Car- I
the ,whole dreadful truth.I Laurie ; Cole-i Philadelphia ...., .n. 38 52 X422
r think he came to Liverpool a little glow ; I 16, of this. city, and known i 1.onen: the rest of the game for theBucs. i I Boston ..._... .nn_'" 24 68 ..2614PA
ately took II .
:just by chance. a "neighborhood terror", was I I I
lion mean he followed you? Has wonderful"Mr. J : to attend Sunday school, At bat, every member of the I IIi I' L A ,CE

tasked' you to marry him.Glad?" said. two years. I Ii club hit safely at least once with ,, Charles Laughton/ Mary Bo-

}find of hinted that Fm the only "Of course. I 'I t tI : \' the exception of A. Perez and land. Zasu Pitts and Charles

Un the world." I. she bent over '] Igor Stravinsky revised the: Casa! llano Pena hit safely four I Ruggles in
I for work. Her of "Petronehka" last winter I RUGGLES RED CAP
In love with him?" times-two doubles and two sin- ,
f Are you him. with a I j, in New York, making cor-i Comedy and Mickey MouseMatinee
r like, him a tot." unhappy. ; \ i and initiating them on gles. Griffin knocked out three
and two sin- : 10-15c Night: 15-2Se.
"Jones Is : aCeties--one
flays you aeard from him since an ! ,____ .,___ .4 Acevedo
a good fellow. I I II pies-in IOU.umes up. n. ,
}nre been here I I
Rex Moore I : .Company, with the ex- hit a homer a triple and one single -
lad. shook her head As he went ; ;. that 60,feet base lines and in five tries. For the losers A.
i that was the reason of her dash pondence :; hit two safely in three
It' 40 feet pitching distance. will l be : Hernandez
lie postman and to the telephone notes for times up.tcore RUSSELL'SI

have thought The final winner in the tourna by innings: R. H. E. :

(Laurie's anxiety was not much slve face that } ; determined by elimination.J Pirates 322 122 020-14 18 0

Bayed. At the .tame time on the sumed with a ;11 be declared the champions in Cubans 000 001 000-- 155

(dace there was nothing inncom- ness-like } area named and {resented with I Batteries Casa. Carbonell and
in a lovely girl on the stage every day. handsome siKer trophy to at-I Griffin; Sanchez and A.Castro. STORE

king friends with a rich young self.For Mark :: : )f 1' its :process j Summary: Errors: E. Garcia 2,I

It was Laurie's nature her rose and his ; 1 i A committee of prominent At i Bazo, Gabriel, A. Castro; hits: --0-
capacity for emotion. Theresomething the most ; l l \ i men have agreed to act as Pena .&. Griffin 3. A. Acevedo 3.
maternal In her de- of the day, I I: ,md o/ficials_ of the tourna I P. Castro 2, F. Acevedo 2, Mayg Daily Baseball Returns
lion to her young\ sister. pick of them. These are: Trammell! tt.1 12, M. Acevedo. Carbonell, A. Her
["1 suppose I'm silly. she said. Moore whom I sports! promoter ,'nandez 2. E. Garcia C. Hernandez. Wire
king lovingly at the girt "But I ch- Esquinaldo batted in: By
intensity that : e, chairman; August Fi! : runs
..re such'a chUd to me. Glad, and cuing to I I i director Recreation Depart- A. Acevedo 3, May: 2, Griffin 2, -o-
|>a're so terribly pretty. If your I JI. Acevedo, A.
Federal Emergency Relief Pena. P. Castro,
end writes or comes to London. I COME IN AND GET THE
he : secretary George Perez A. Hernandez home runs::
ask him here and let \WHEN, ;
p S must meet RESULTS OF THE
him. op, ; I Goddard president Greater: At A. Acevedo Mayg; three base hits::
hand,. her face : I Diar- ontbAll Association I P. Castro. A. Acevedo; two base MAJOR BASEBALL
She dared not on and ask other
tags she wanted so much to know light through I I i I( Paul Jones of Rich Brothers : hits! : SI. Pena 2. Griffin, E. Garcia LEAGUES0
little lines of i i C. Hernandez; stolen bases: Pena
whether the
kow far It had gone l i F -
.&2 man had kissed Glad whether showed : !t All who: are interested in this I and Griffin; struck out: by Casa CIGARS CIGARETTES
really meant anything. But. If month. I 'I I |I I and who desire fur- 4, by Carbonell .a, 1 ty: Sanchez 7;; ,

could see him. she would know. Albery went I information! we requested to bases! on balls: off Carbonell 2, SOFT DRINKS,
"He's bound to turn np." said Glad moving ,I L et in touch' wit Sir. Fischer, the off Sanchez 1; hits: off Casa 2 in ETC.

mplacently. "I gave aim my lad "Forgive I j i i secretary at 160 I
Inc are I
ess. Yonll fee crazy about him. low voice ;i !I r Sreet At-anta. Georgia. umpires
la's got 'If all right. And he says I
0h, no!
|ve got Iota of sex appeal. :
This upset Laurie again, and rat. This scared life by of the ; ; ;; I .

ad her so much that she spoke,..
made her ;
.abe herself were, very wi. and j,
with him. :
err bitter and knew men laud "
1 expected
t. It You are S
Clad gave a little shriek of langa-
"But yon can

r"If only the girls could hear you! would. Is 1
"No. thank
ou ought to do one of your comic ,"
jirns on the stage,Laurie .1 canook I 1 can't I w
life with
after myself.ab.. added cooldnUy. your

And It's all very well for expected.he yolce'

ou to preach you've got your hu.and .
mosphere of '
back again and you're In for ato ti.e..assess.
of thrills.
mean. It Is a
What's he really like Laurie T'On
and me to
haven't told me anything hard-
again. It
y.11 be as wonderful.you thought
"He Is kind
'hen you married him You were :
"Oh.ys- : S'
queer girl, never talking about so confused
,1m after you thought he was deadou 2 i(
Impertinence 1.
were always the same old summoned
yster! By the way.Jlmmy taughtne
Rex Moore
to eat oysters-that's !If I have
about their
:DOugh champagne! Tell me about
ill he came
x 1I.I00r8ol.d girl! Does he know
:. She did not
bow to make loverLaurie
to hint to
flushed. There was a curtjus
not get on '
quality about Gladys's wide '
done to 11 :
grey-blue eyes. It seemed sometimes bargain. "It
is If they could look right Into you bother about
ut not with love and nnderstand- added ;

ng: rather with some strange nothing the S.-
fey, merciless Insight Into your ] ;
ecret thoughts and your inmost "If ever ii--::
icart. Laurie had memories of that and you ..
piercing vision when she had first '
come and ,
ad to lie to her sister after Rex I' always be :I 4

oore's supposed death. anything I ; y
-It. has been rather a difficult She looked .
e." she said stiffly. The words eyes of -

e to her lips unbidden."Ton see denly. she w
n and I hare to get_to know each Albery's ,: '

..all over again ears, thick :
.Id I suppose you're In a stew "Yon don't
ause he's gone off again so soon?" happy about

.t In Gladys with an arch assump- Into my life.
)pan of knowledge that roused Lau more than I
rie's temper. She had never been so married to _

[angry with her sister before, and with him as ..
burst out with what she Immediatelyfelt yon-when I r
to be a most Imprudent retort. She was I
"Rex and I are not at all sure. that credible. l

we shall get on well together. Two His arms ,
years Is a long time. Bat he Is a wonderful her J in f".

man. We'll leave it at that Into hers. ; > ; j "

G'.A4.1 don't want,to say any.more." herent : -

lost control "
MOB got my message all right (CopvnJlu. .
night. Mrs. Mocre?" Mark :;

Albery asked Laurie the next afternoon Albery of \

,. when he sent for her to take row of a

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Next Sunday afternoon at the,, in Europe 1-

Navy Field the Pirates', who defeated :, buried; in .
the Cu-j.nn Club baseball I i That made I ; = s

nine )'e"te-Jay afternoon 14 to 1, I I I I
hill play their eternal rival. the ,I When I!
: necks in
ShJ: l'rll. \
Local ran kaov that when these i lose their :

clubs: meet tae: game is always I i If the
close and exciting, and therefore I
j ji
where does the
great Illinois are expected to happen ) t ;
I-Albany i .
when they cross! bats next Sun A ..

day. I I Press.A lI 1 : =- : : ; i. : : ... the .cigarette; that:TASTES BETTER.J" ;;

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; PERSONAL MENTIONa.55S.S5.SS55S.SS5.5SSS55SSSS Mr. and Mrs. Dodderidge were guests Russell MANY ATTEND I Today's OFFICIALS ATTEND
SOCIETY left yesterday for the home in

:-: :-: .SSS 505555555555555.Mrs. Clearwater.Mrs. NIGHT SERVICEThere I Anniversaries CHURCH SERVICES!

J. M. Saunders who was Mrs.
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in Miami as guest of her soninc for Miami where she will I
1Local law and daughter, )Ir. and Mrs. daughters who were spending several 1794-Thomas i iI '
Teachers Go To Victors Enjoy ] spend! several! days with relatives. was a large congregation: Corwin Ohio
Will Skelton, returned yesterday. weeks with Mrs. Finder's circuit lawyer, congressman! j Tht're'ere many of the city ]

Gainesville SchoolMiss Chicken Dinner I G. F. Gideons of the SeaboardAir parents, Mr. and Mr*.;Otis Sweet in attendance at the First Methodist -:'I U. S. Senator, Secretary governor oft I land I county official attending the'services

I Mrs. Joe Mondul came in on the! Line at Fort Lauderdale and ing, returned home yesterday.Mrs. tStone) Church last evening! the Treasury, born in Bourbon';! at the Fleming Street

Wilhelmina Goehring. Members of the Florida East! morning train yesterday to join 1 Mrs. Gideons who were visiting to hear Rev. J. B. Culpepper, Jr., C1.., Ky. Died Dec. 18, 1865. j! Methodist Church: last evening in

teacher in Key West High School Coast Railway maintenance of Mr. Mondul and remain indefinite-. I briefly in Key West returned to W. B. Whitman, who was who preached on the subject of !! response to an invitation gent out I

and Miss Florence Albury teacher department enjoyed anotherof I ly. S : their home yesterday afternoon. spending a vacation of two weeks "The Unpardonable) Sin." 1797-Daniel Drew, one of the by Kev.: Shukr

in the Harris Grammar School, way t ----:- I with Mr. and Mrs-.S. V. McCarthy, The pastor brought a forcefulmeSJ&ge. mo t spectacular Wall Street pro- I Peek.

recently completed a course, of,, their delightful meetings yesterday Miss Rosalind Grace AlburyI'daughter I I Woodrow Wilson enl1j left yesterday for,):In home in Mi- and the entire congregation moters-capitalists of his lay, burn I There were many of the wives
I in the rooms the Patriotic Albury
study at Tulane University of ami, accompanied by Mrs. McCarthy t tat Carmel, N. Y. Died Sept 18. of the ofYiciah, and i
\ well pleased with the a large number -
of Mr. and Mrs. Claude was
I Order Sons of America I j 11 ployed by the F. E. C. R'y., at .
New Orleans, La. and have now bUild-I the I j who will spend several services. I of other < wen)
who at.I
ing on Duval street. Albury was guest in .Mi-i} Buena Vista arrived yesterday person a- in '
gone to the University of Floridain ami of Mr. and Mrs. Emit Phillips days'with'Mrs. Whitman in Miami. Rev. Culpepper announced that tendance,
Once a month members i for a brief visit with. his ,parents, 1805 |I the church being filled
Gainesville to take up summer 'organization and their wives who returned yesterday. I Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Albury and J he has selected a series of four the -Hiram Power, among!!|I to capacity. and everyone press-: : I
work in the second summer ses Mrs. Leo Lopez I left yesterday special be delivered be- country's great sculptors horn
are members of the auxiliary, -.1 I left in the afternoon f sermons to Woodstock I(j IId! themselves! as having thoroughIc'tljoye.l
near Vt. Died
in ,
afternoon for Miami to a ginning next and to Italy
spend Sunday hopes
Mrs. ly the
sion.Both Manuel Domeneche aDd sermono.'opher
to West and assemble '
come Key |June
Al 1873.
Misses Goehring and for business and pleasure. I|[ children wh& were in West Palm I!I 1. D. Pridgen agent' for the few days with her brother Albert have a large attendance at each ,

bury are working towards their After enjoying lunch, which Beach visiting a daughter Mrs.1 !Seaboard Air Line at Ft. Lauder- Roberts and family.Mr. service. I 1828-John S. Mm-1!I autror and Jewish leader, '
Jt:: B. degree in education. They I Pill-bury,
yesterday was a regular old;Gloria Barker returned yes>ter-j i i dale Mrs. Pridgen and party of nesota fljur : born in Hnca.y.. Died In Paris,
will return home sometime in day. j I friends left yesterday afternoon and Mrs. Homer Dickey and will return next Sunday for mil'er and governor i|(I Jan. 22 1923.MONROE.
September for the opening of I fashioned chicken dinner th after brief visit in
I regular business: meeting is held ; a Key West. 1-
school to resume their respective ed yesterday from -Miami for a :polls, Oct. 18, 1901. I
after which the time is spent! seeing Mrs. George Gomez and baby, THEATE--;
positions. with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Will BaLer and I
points of interest and visiting who were in Ft. Lauderdale with )lr. and Mrs. Sidney Thompson, stay 1840-Simon; Baruch. Cam-ten.!

friends. i I Mrs. Gomez's parents for two who were spending a vacation children George and Billy, arriv- S. C., and New York City physician Shirley Temple-Joel McCrea
Announcement Mrs. Nilo C. Pintado and eon, ed here ever the: highway yester-
weeks, returned yesterday. ;with l friends at Staten Island and Confederate surgeon: fatherof --inOUR -
i{ visited of the Carlyle left Saturday afternoonfor day from Miami for a vacation oftwo LITTLE GIRL
Of Engagement engagement of their : 1|I many important Bernard ) born in Germany.
daUl/bler'1 Miami to spend two weeks with weeks wit' Mr. Baker's
Winona _to Bert Miss Mary Elizabeth Dickson i,i cities in the north and south returned parents Died June 3, 1921. Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Ore)..._
I relatives and friend. Mr. and Sirs Raymond Baker I
JIT.' and Mrs. Oscar Loundersof The wedding will secretary to Dr. E. S. Hirsch man j yesterday. 4 Hunt Lane. Nordau famed phil- tra, 15-ZOc; Night 15-25
White street announces the sometime in August, it is stated.! ager of the Southern Optical company I Mrs. Avelina Lopez who came
Mrs. Celina Marucci and chil- 1 .
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-I in Miami arrived yesterdayfor here --- -- --
dren arrivel last Friday over the to arrange for the funeral
a short visit with Dr. and Mrs.\ ,
of her uncle. Francsico Lopez

BEAUTY SHOPPE I 055.05..55.5.5..555555.PEOPLE'S FORUM J. A. Valdes. I tion highway with and relatives are spending and friends.a vaca- Saturday, left yesterday for her

Mrs. Marucci was before marriage home in Jacksonville. ICCEPI7NG
55..5..5..0..5..55.APPRECIATION Miss Izette Demeritt returned
Miss Celina Torres.
I I tJ
IS OPENED UPS, 1 yesterday'' from Miami where she a Dr. and Mrs. Wm. P. Kemp left mot byitothvinked

Editor The Citizen: jj visited for a few days as guestof I I Mrs. Annie Page and daughter, Saturday afternoon over the Ea!'t

I iWe wish to thank you for your her' parent, Mr. and Mrs. JohnDgnieritt. ::Miss\ Marguerite, ;who were wending Coast for a visit of several daysin IMITATIONS

Miss*Myrtle Sanchez has announced )' I i! a vacation in Louisiana Tex- Baltimore. Md.
generous cooperation in ,our app:;.. :- I. il' To aft the original Davie 100% Pare Paint
the opening of a new peal for a fund for new and pojp-p. as and Mexico and visited with another .. sully to MADE IN BALTIMORE. ,
beauty thoj.pe at 914 Fleming I ular Robert 'Hart, of the lighthouse j I < daughter Miss Wilhelmina Mayor Wm. H. Malone left Saturday -
music. / '. look. for DH loon Pure Paint ha often tern asez
street in connection with Griffin| We were pleasantly surprised' \fipirtment}| returned yesterday (Gcehring summer student at Tulane for Miami to spend the unitatci,tat never da plica tc4. .M1taw.
Labrada Barber Shop. j ta> it with relatives at Ml- ] New week-end with Mrs.! Malone who t I Label
and at your efforts as .we did not ex-tj 1! niaiVt, ;> j University in Orleans. 1 Atli Davit f>0%; Pure Paint conorawith
This and is sill. Beach. I I is enjoying a vacation with rela-
is returned
shoppe noopen pert your support to such an ex-' I i yesterday. all pare paint Law and u the only paint
offering expert beauty work.I tent. We would like to impress!; tives. that Carrie a guarantee of purity
permanent and other hair waving.! i Mrs. O. D. Link was-an arrival; !]i M.\ E. Gilfond:\WPA administrator rwwr

It will be equin)>ed with all the I I i you your with efforts our great in our appreciation'I behalf and 3 3I yesterday!: from Fort Lauderdale j I I in Key West who attended I Abelardo Lopez, Jr.. left yes- -. Cook for this Guarantee the Label-* ;:

latest hair waving machinery should we at any time be able to \for a week-end virit' -with Mr. Link I i j I 'a conference of officials in Jacksonville terday afternoon for Miami to w.tr..wamwabo.wh.s other Puns Man.4ctmrdn..Jraow..

which is expected to be completely I show you our deeply felt gratitude inspector with the state punt! |: ] and then went to New make fnial preparations to takeover AM *.r R.d.ct..rs mmiu fcjr m in Bahnura and mid throaih Dtalm only.THEHUDAVlSCa I
installed not later than the l board. I I i York for a brief visit with Mrs. the southern territory for one c.8S8
in any way, you may be sure that BALTIMOREMn'
of the companies
latter part of this week. + j! Gilfond returned yesterday.
Miss Sanchez is well known in we are at your disposad. I I cosmetics and other commodities. G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets
Yours truly.HOSPITAUTY, Fred Dion who was in !Miami !
Key West and is an expert in this I I Mrs. Edna Skipstead and two
BAND. for several days on business!, re-
Wilmer Wahl. of Mr. and
line of beauty She recently children arrived yesterday from FOR
i I Foster Gomez Manager. turned yesterday. j j Mrs. Rudolph Wahl. left Saturday --- ---- --. ---- ---- --.- _.
completed a course in beauty culture -j. j Miami are the guests of Mr. and 11
Key West, Fla., afternoon over the East Coast for
in New York.Today's Mrs. Carl Bervaldi, and plan to
July 27, 1936. Miss Martha Herttell. who ac- return this afternoon. New Orleans where he will accepta

........................ : companied her sister, Mrs. Edna I position and remain indefinitely. "
Mitchell and two sons as far as WTT den "T y
Birthdays Miami last week returned yester- Peggy Moss who was spending -
; CLASSIFIED a vacation with her uncle and I -
......:.............555.. day. Mrs. Mitchell and the boys'' aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Roberts -!I Mrs. Harry Pierce-*n continued to New York for a vaca- 'I arrived over the East!! Coast ;e"*-
Booth Tarkinjrton of Indianapo- COLUMNFOUND tion in the Catskill mountain. at the home on Francis terday from Islamorada for a visit .
lie, famed novelist born there 66 I street returned yestrday to her i .
with Mrs. Pi@rce's mother. Mrs.! .r
tears ago. I ....................... Mrs. Grace Finch and sons Harold home in Miami. I Charlotte Curry and other relatives i>

I and Richard, of Akron. 0., who !!.
Mrs. Pierre Garcia and three I
were here for an afternoon returned
Dr. William Beebe of New I children left yesterday for Miami
with securities I
yesterday to''Miami. Mrs. Agnes Pritchard. who wa
York scientist naturalist, author,j i where they will remain indefinitely -
I and $900 in cash. Owner
visiting her son-in-law'and daughter -
lorn there 58 years ago. can have same by applying at Mrs. Mary Day and son. Louis>> !, ,r Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Williamson t

this office and paying for this left Saturday afternoon for I r for several wee ks in Miami, Electrolux
'I and Mrs. Sweetingleft ,
Mr. George
Dr. Francis Scott McBride, general advertisement. jly29-lt Gainesville Flato, take a five- yesterday afternoon for Tav-;!J j returned over the highway yesterday -

superirtcndent of the Anti- ROOMS weeks course of study prescribedfor ernier where they will spend 'a t\\ afternoon accompanied by an-
D. FERA employes.Mrs. other son-in-law and daughter. Mr.
Saloon League Washington,
few days with relatives.
C., born in Ca.-rol 1 Co., Ohio 63el.rs "THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled and Mrs. S. W. NewlalT, who were is different
.. Hilda Roberts and son, visiting relati/es. as
j ago. I in price and location afternoon fora Miss Florence Roberts, daughof -
running: water. 128 N. E. 4th Jack, left yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Herman Roberts .
few days with relatives in :Mi N. A. Clark. of Miami. who
street, Miami, Fla. jly26-lmox
of Angela street left yesterday
Don Marquis of New York, ami. spent the afternoon yesterdaywith
humorist water born at Walnut, FOR RENT afternoon to spend a vacation in Mrs. Clark, who is the guestof rd/

IlL, 57 years ago. Jennie Holmes left yesterday Miami with relatives. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T.

BICYCLES-WE RENT by the afternoon for Miami for a visit T. Thompson, left ,for his home
Hour Week. with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.\ Thurman Sands left yesterday AS DAY IS FROM
William Powell of Beverly hills Day or Repair afternoon for Miami to
Mrs. Burrell Acherson.
CaL, screen star born in Pittsburgh all makes and paint them with spend two days and return Tues-! KEY WESTCOLONIAL

43 years ago. supply Nn-EnameL of parts.We Agent carry for a full the Mrs. Vincent Archer left over day. I HOTEL

the East Coast yesterday for a .
Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley B. Lowe
Alan R. Hawley of New York And sell them as low as $5.00 stay of several days with relativesin who were spending several weeks In the Center of the Businessand NIGHT"r

oldtime balloonist, born at Perth down and $1.00 per week. We Miami. 1 Theater District

Aniboy N. J., 66 years ago. Buy and Sell all makes of used SPECIALSWhite .

Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. First Clatt-Fireproof- .)... .': .. ,;, .. -4
Belt .
: 'V X ;or:
Stowers 615 Duval THE NATIONAL' Sea.ible Rate {& < SPyTV company
Rt. Rev. Dennyn' Trevor Owen. Sweet Milk, quart ._ 19c
Primate of the Church of Eng- street jly9 I Butter Mil, quart ___ ISc COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI ?!AND;EVERY. POtUT:;OLF'DIFFERENCE: IS AN ADVANTAGE WE WANT .

Inad in Carad.-j and Archbishop of HOUSING ACT Good Lack Oleo, with glass, }.4,' :..... .,'f ;." >4J'f.;; <-:t >f ..0f .

Toronto, born in England 59 PIANO TUNING.: ROOSEVELT per tb ______.___ 22c wear
SIGNED Y PRESIDENT Cara. Elevator : : ii :Permanent sHence No moving parts to }
years ago.Benito JUNE 21 1934 TIFTS CASH GROCERY .
PIANO TUNER. Laureano Mo 1101 Division St. Phone 29 Popular ,PricesLikeACakeOflce : .,..J'i.' < ;d7/, .:,{&..M....'... .t"j";:!";<. '* ... .
reno. Excellent piano for, salo ".:?' ,: '" ',,.<, ,. ., ,."1% <
Mussolini of Italy, born cheap. 1018 Division street,. EVERY HOME OWNERmay --- ,-- ---- plus MODERN CONVENIENCES. .

52 years ago. jly2l-hnl\- \ 1'" '. .
now reroof and MODERN BEAUTY.

York The police information headquarters bureau at asked New., ., repair his home on n ,.. :' ._ _._.. __..J;v;:.:4."'- ; kJ

how a certain man was to be; 'easy terms. Why

found and whose address was' don't you take ad- are two kinds of refrigeratorsthose

unknown, replied: "File" a ,charge; vantage of it? THERE moving parts, and Electrolux
-we'U pick him up. I
o M Electrolux is fundamentally different from
Subscribe to The Citizen-20e. .T every other refrigerator!A tiny gas flame re-

weekly.MarkMBtlllr'a. I. EXPERT NECESSARY.Come places moving parts..circulates the simple

VfUlmg Haiti OPTICAL in and let us refrigerant, which is cooled by ordinary air.

THE SEMINOLE SERVICE arrange the details l 1 By this simple method,you get fullest foods
I I I' of ice cubes. And because
II ? protection plenty
Optical repairs form a large for you. : x
Ij t this simplicity means greater efficiency.
I I part of our services. We are p'1.t ;_ -
fully SOUTH FLORIDA CONTRACTING Electrolux costs amazingly little to run and is
qualified and experiencedto
j duplicate broken lenses and I ENGINEERING CO. free from depreciation due to moving part

I II that wear. Electrolux is silent, too. For parts
I frames on your glasses. Whit and Eliza Street
I that do not move cannot cause noise!
Yomr Home U Worthy of the Best
DR. J. A. VALDES See the beautiful new models. Inspect their ,

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f a -: : -. vital differences that have already made
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where you will find y.., LdNtd.ale.al.rt -- -....
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or great Importanc0.A .FOODSTUFFS 'kept., in bur all metal ICE I

i REFRIGERATORS are aa cool,. fresh and

st.l. the flrpr ar.rt I h.tldI..e tl. ells I..ledI. P & 0 STEAMSHIP Co. healthful as if they were frozen i in a cake of A NEW ..auGib

--o-- i UNITED STATES FAST ice. Our Refrigerators' 'doubly heatproofand

Every Room with Combination Tub I MAIL ROUTES FOR absolutely airtight, ?_*. ELECTROLUX
and Shower luth. Radio. KlectricOlllna
; Fan Slat Door for Summer FORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST
INDIES $30.00 and OO'
Ventilation.Mattresses of Comfortable Inner Spring Reds Con with I Effective March 18th, 1935 I $35. THE SEEVEL GJd 3/HEFBJGEBATOR

atrurllon and Individual Reading Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, I I EASY TERMS -10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn
Lamps 12:20 P. M.Leave .

HATK "..'. Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays_ I I Display At- Florida Public Utilities

78 !<__.. ..rl.... Ball _.._ .:..e' Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon- Company"Your
NO n_.. lrl.ale Bath :.M days 6:30 P. M. .
Ice Inc.
N !{__.. Private Balk ..r5.55 II Thompson Company
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