The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00090
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Associated_ Press Day Wire I : Key West Florida, has the i

I I For55YearsDevotedtothe Service. I3C l{ep Wt& Citizen< t most range country equable of; only with weather 14*an Fahrenheit average in the

_I Best Interests of Key West <: _ _ _



Who's i ; Closest To Roosevelt? "MAKE, URGE THAT. COLONEL WHO ,CRASHED-.JA L NOW ,Claims Democrats Received Great Jolt InCongressionalCampaignIn

Now Much Discussed I


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Circle Shifts But 5iiFIREllEAvY I A* a result of his effort "tocrash"

Now' It's Said To Be I jail 43 years ago, young I I
FORTHeavy ASK THAT FUTURE: Relative To Affiliations .
GUNS AT ; George H. Davis joined the Salvation Party
Frankfurter AccordingTo I WITH STAY HERE!
61 he I II i
i I : Army. Now, at ,

ProgramBy gun target practicewill i MISSION BE HELD HERE: I --- I, becomes director of its world wide CASE OF RIVAS! i Issues
I be held tomorrow morning I EXPRESSED REGRETS JUST! I There will be a concert
and Wednesday morningat : ): evangelistic work. !! this evening 7:30 at the National .
(By AMMwiatc Prru) I Members of the Citizen's Committee BEFORE LEAVING SATUR I Ii I I I I By BYRON PRICE
the Fort Taylor reservation Guard encampment, by
WASHINGTON, An*. 12.- I i He is CoL George H. Davis,MANDAMUS ORDERS RIVAS (t'kk-f .1 Bureau The Awoelalrtf
I by companies of the National i recently active in matters I DAY ON NOT BEING ABLfi ;chief secretary for the army's 1 the regimental. band conducted Frrnmta.ktKat.aBack >

With tb. major "new deal") legislative Guard. Firing will begin pertaining to bridges: and the request t western United States territory,I I BE RESTORED, ON OTHER by Warrant Officer of the political da t-
each day at 7.20 a. m. for the loan, are anxious who has been appointed "inter.:I Caesar LaMonaca.A I storm of public statement stirredup

proposal far enough along The danger zone will be I that the request. for the loan be national spiritual! special" by: HAND ATTORNEY GENERAL,I there was no concert by the Rhode Island electioa.certaia .

in coagrfss for talk of adjourn in the area south and east of I made promptly and that all meet. : I I Gen. Evangeline C. Bootn, one of SUSTAINS MAYOR'S ACTION I 1 i Saturday night, due to the facts stand out and c...
the main ship channel The "I know of other place where 'the received I inclement weather, the! same not be talked away.
highest posts by an
meat to be taken seriously, thinner range will be from 12,000 to I ings of the bridge commission in I have visited where the natural, American officer. I I program which was scheduled The 'central fact i* that the

15,000 yard Major W. W. future be held in Key West and and wholehearted atmosphere of I I! His conversion came at 16. It for then will be presented tonight. Democrat suffered .. over
circle of adviser to the I Mayor' "".m. H. Malone and
Rhein, U. S. N, commandant I open to the public. To this end sincere cordiality is more pronounced ; was-at a Methodist revival cqn.: :'' :I whelming! defeat in a congressional -

White HOB. in the working out at the barrack and Fort Taylor they have addressed the 'following as I find it in Key West,"11 i ducted by a Quaker minister. I members of the city council have, district heretofore Demo

and Colonel M. R. Woodward I letter to the newly appointed said Secretary of State R. A.!I "Boy Preacher in. 1892 been served with an alternative 'GUARDSMEN crate, after a campaign in which
administration'. I II ARE
of program F. N. Cw, issue this be. : *' both .
members of the Monroe Gray to The Citizen Saturday I Young Davis turned from the: writ of' mandamus to rest riI \ candidate made the Roose
!i. interesting. warning to shipping interest I County fore leaving for Tallahassee. I status of a "boy preacher" in i,I Everett. R. Rivas: to the position. velt policies the issue.A .
to keep out of the danger P.oad and Toll Bridge! Commission: Mr. the of before collateral fact is that in thtt
Gray keenly regretted 1: Pittsburgh, Pa., to that of Sa)- of captain' police on or READY FOR BIG
Perhaps the question asked zone. 'I W. II. Burwell, Miami'P. necessity of making his stay in ,ovation Army soldier in 1892, he',I August 20, or to1 show1 cause why same election the state rejected a

'Washing.ton .! i L. Wilson; Miami BeachB. Key West at the encampment a : recalls as direct result of arrestof this should not be done. I;I PRACTICE I bond issue recommended by Sec
most frequently GUN
among MEMBERSHIP IN D. Trevor; Key WestJ. brief one, as he would have ".eat.1'I the army's captain there for: Suit was' entered by attorneysfor retary Ickes as part of the federal .

politicians !. "What man i i. R. Stowers, Key West ly enjoyed attending: the :r preaching on a street corner. Capain Rivas in Circuit court I werks program.
the Club Miramar, Saturday night J r **I thought that as a good Christian in Miami before Judge Paul Bar. Pertinent to any political assessment -
closest to President Roosevelt, STAMP CLUB NOW\ T. Jenkins Curry, Key Largo and the fishing party yesterday: :1 I ought to go- to jail too," he nes in the Eleventh Judicial Cir.RESIDENTS NEAR SCENE OF of the result are the additional

The answer has varied many timesduring Gentlemen: But "business matters of ,the bays. "I was afraid the police cuit: and the mandamus was issued facts that the district is
SHOWSINCREASE Referring to your appointments greatest importance necessitated"his \,:, might pass me up as I was, w I under date of August 8. : a center of the textile industry;
the past three year as: Bridge Commissioners and the presence elsc\-here today, andit buckled on a drum i>o I couldn'tbe I Mayor Malone told The Citizen' TO KEEP WINDOWS PART. that it lies in traditionally conservative -
t was obligatory that he keep his:: missed." this morning that he would at I II and wealthy New Eng-
Insiders however pretty published: statements in the I'eo-
are appointment, he said. j jIECONOMICSURVEY j t It. took |persistent>> courage to once file a return to the writ and I LY OP.SNj land; and that, according to most.
generally agreed at the present pIe's Forum of The Key West Citi.
SURVEY CONDUCTED FOL- conduct. street mecings in those f would appear be'ore Judge Bar- -- observers a large part of the ma.
that Mr. Roosevelt' closest adviser ;I zen last. Friday, August !y, inform. I II I days. nes on the date specified if necessary jority vote was a "protest" vote-

on problems of broad policyis LOWING CAMPAIGN FOR ing the public as to status of the I "%Ve were beaten, pelted and to argue the case. I j With the beginning: of the second reflecting discontent with the

the handsome. bespectacledProf. MEMBERSHIPS: REVEALS IN. Citizen's Committee, Manager I II f made victims of riots," he remem I Late this afternoon Mr. Malone week of the encampment of Democrats rather than affirmative

Felix Frankfurter Harvard I I bers. "We used to have to lock received from Attorney General the 265th Regiment Florida National support of the Republicans.Hope .
law professor. A frequent visitorto CREASE OF 73 PERCENT Paul Boyse9's interviews with 'arms with our women folk insidea 1 Cary D. Landis an opinion in Not Conviction
the White House and a prolific PWA officials in Washington, and I and out. into mobs, writing sustaining the ,nayor'daction Guard, the official and enlisted From these facts everyone la.
: which: time from square go personnel of the several
correspondent, he is credited with by request in and citing a of course, free to draw his own
howling and shouting they would every way
them Turner's Overseas are on edge
advocating the move of using tax The Key West Philatelic Society Engineer kill us. It went on until one old number of decisions made by the eagerly conclusions. Most of the partisan

powers to limit. bigness in busi.I I held a very interesting mt"eting''I Bridge Plans and Specifications I ED BY KEY WEST AD. man was killed. He died in my I supreme court sustaining similar awaiting which the heavy starts gun tomorrow targetI statements l issued by the politicians
filed in triplicate, pend- I practice
ness. The professor moves silently I were actions made by other officials.! I shed no light on the (situation -
close of the
i last Friday. At the arms. I morning 7:20 o'clock with Bat-
I| : ing the appointment of a new MINISTRATION :
and mysteriously in his contacts i Til Be A Bwm' On Tuesday, June 23.;) 1fayorI and mean nothing either
Strieker presented Bridge teries "A" and "B" firing the 155
program, Jay was Commission to legally reopen
with the White House. removed office
1 His new work will him all Malone from as
with a large package of stamps,f" and carry through to completion carry captain of police Everett It. Rivas millimeter "''.uns.I way.There are exceptions. For instance .
Professor' Protege over the world. I ,
So successful have been the concussion
early While is -
application for the Bridge i I I
the prize for obtaining the great" '* and Rex Shaw and Democratic Senator Gerryof
The proteges of the Harvard Loan desired. leMilts from the economic survey'being "I'll be a bum, he laughs, patrolman parative light! from these pieces, .
number of members during I Bienvenido Perez. I I I Rhode Island said: "The
law also largelyin I est new I "just a wanderer on the face of [ processing
professor figure In view of the above and the conducted by the research I' nevertheless residents: in the vicinity -
Reasons for these .f tax into it an l. I
the personalities now glittering I the club's iaembership drive fact that our entire filc.1 are operi department of the Key West Ad., the earth. II given removals ,I[ ,of Fort Taylor t are.dmonished! '
; jnj jn r.- WA jagtoji.,. limelight -I I conte.t,' h ch..ended last week. Asa for public' inspection tic' nlinn' Tninistration that it. has been decided -I His orders-call for him fint"'tospend were that the three officers to keep windows'and" glass doors think, -th (utilities) -"death wn- >

: The- two "most prominentare I result of this drive the membership our constructive activity, and our I to continue the study, it was three months in New Zealand did, on the night of Jane;| partly opened during the firing.: tence' and this so-called revenue

Tom Corcoran, youthful RFC 1 was increased 73 percent, it. offer to cooperate in every way,'I announced this morning. :I for which he will sail from 20, seize on Trumbo Island 27 one;i On Wednesday morning at the bill, which" is very destructive,
PWA I stated. George Collins was sec I here August 20. I gallon! demijohns of Bacardi: rum did too.
attorney and Ben Cohen expect to now act promptly All businessmen in the city were,I same hour Battery "D" and "E"will
'liS you
and 24 bottles of Domecq brandy. The local puU of the process.ing
( in the contest. Salvation Army work seems to
attorney. in the matter of reopening the i urged to cooperate in the movement begin firing the 12-inch mortars -
Corcoran, a co-author of the; The president, Everett Sawyer, application before funds now to gather statistics showingthe go with his family too. His wife The liquor was found in an: automobile vieing with epoch other in try tax and wealth-tax issues" and isquite
public utility bill, enjoys not only states that the society will not relax available are allocated for other economic recovery of Key was formerly an officer, and one driven by Martin Leon. I ing to better the scores made in obvibus. England
1 increase its effortsto j t I of his two is of its In his charges the mayor alleged the east generally are on the con-
an official but a social standing ,. but will projects. West in the past two years. Many sons now one previous ye:1rLConcuI8ions
with the President. Gossip has it.|i continue obtaining new mem Furthermore we feel that our I firm have been sent. forms which I. captains. I that Leon was not placed from these piecesare tributing end of both, not on the
; under arrest but ordered to receiving end. "There has been,
he is in line for a place on the] bers. A new system of awards interest in the success of the application -| rhould be filled out and returnedto was exceptionally; )hear; : under normal Rhode-tsiand .
when will be utilized. Members will receive : the appear before police court the conditions and it is deemed much protest enpccislly -
White House secretariat aj I for a loan, justifies the! reearch department. I MANY PASSENGERS lax
the ;
about processing
vacancy occurs. lie 'was the cenlter a prize package of stampsfor demand that Ion future meetings!I Although all Information received I next afternoon. j advisable ,for residents in all sections :
of the fight on the utility! each new member they obtain of the Bridge Commissioners' is treated strictly confidentally. )-: It was further alleged by the of the city: to keep all doors on cott n, which the textile operators

holding company bilL {I 1 between now and the second annual : should be held in Key West. and from it valuabe: data concerning LEAVE FOR CUBA, mayor that when the liquor 'was and windows partly opened duping of tlaim domestic s reducing,textiles consumption and

Cohen is credited with being Key West Stamp Exhibition. representatives of the Citizen'sCommittee the economic status of Key is : i turned over to Chief Ivan Elwood' the period of Tiring and thus

the author of much of the bill to!! under the auspices 'of the Key J i invited to be present being obtained. ] I I I there were seven! bottles of Ba,, avoid all chance of '.reaka,... closing down American mills.

regulate and destroy utility hold I, West Philatelic Society next. 'Feb-i!: prepared to fully cooperate and j i Steamship Cuba of the P. and cardi and nine bottles of the Shipping: and small vessels arei In that sense, therefore there
I election
that the
ing companies. The cause of the ruary. I I keep us advised of progress, for! O. S. S. Company sailed Saturday brandy short. |I I i admonished to keep out of range is no dispute was
deadlock in conference on the I I I In connection with this new I I we now have the full confidence : CHARLES RUSSELL afternoon for Havana with 180 I The mayor also charged that,,r of fire in the area sooth and east influenced by local consideration;

measure, due to the fact. that proponents membership drive, large poster I of all the citizens who realize, awe -*! first; class passengers, 18 second the captain of police had no authority ) of the main .hi, channel up to a beyond that the dispute begins. It

of the "death sentence"i I I, stamps ((256 times the normal'j I do, that the obtaining: of a loan! DIED LAST NIGHT class, eight automobiles, nine tons to 'gsize and take into his d'stance of from 12,000.to 15,000 is Mfe to say that most of the

secion insisted he be permitted to stamp size in area) with slogan for the completion of bridges: ;; : of freight and 310 sacks of mail. possession any liquor being transported ,i yards on both of these days statements made as to the possible
II signs attached, will be placed in Steamship Al.ha. of the Walk. in Key West, transportation '' national significance ai'
sit in as an adviser, Cohen is disliked I means the life or death of ourj t F r r
heartily by -some members! prominent places so that. they will]I community and outside destructive er and Daly Lines. arrived in of liquor not bein: against based-like most other political

of congress but stands high at I I catch the eye. The first poster has interference will not be tolerated I FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE,'yesterday i from Providence, port.1 I II the laws of the city. j I I MISS ROSE ALBURYWLLVISJTCANADA statements hope, rather than
I already been placed in'a prominent -' I I The captain- the Alpha In the mandamus issued by, conviction.The .
the White House. in this "wholly" Monroe coun CONDUCTED TOMORROW '
show-window: of a Duval street 1'I' ty project. tl I to the Porter Dock company, and Judge Barnes the names of truth is that the; Republicans -
Wallace Still High store. Others will be distributedsoon. I AFTERNOON had the vessel's papers changed Patrolmen Shaw and' Perez are, hope the. Rhode Island result
A to reaction
Those formerly considered as I reply .as, your on not mentioned. '* means a national uprising
I the above is I from domestic to foisign and the
having access to the presence of The president of the society,has, req'aestcd.Respectfully! 'I \est sailed 8 oclock for Tam-!' I I against Mr. Roosevelt, and the
the President on matters of policy requested all stamp collectors in pic. LEFT OVER EAST COAST YESTERDAY Democrats hope it does not. Both
.. Russell 48,
H "**"* Charles Berlin age I FIGHTMOSQUITO
-Rex Tugwell Donald Richberjr,I town to attend meetings of tbe I Chairman, Ci4z4s Cr4mittee| ,I. known to his many friends as Steamship! Medina, of the Clyde ACCOMPANIED sides wish they really knew.
Ray Moley. et al. are in the back if wish 'I Lines !! I r Now To 'Fence-Mend
society they to more fully Mallory Is due this evening
,, 726 Fleming'street, Ivey West "Boy Blue" died last night at 7:45
ground at least for the moment. I I enjoy the hobby of stamp collect-'I ,_ ., I o'clock at his residence!! 1124 Di- from Galveston T ound to Key' PEST:! BY HER MOTHERMrs. What 'Will be the effect of the
Secretary Wallace of the department -!! ing. Meetings are held 8 p. m. T- 'i. ,It.Ii- vision street. The funeral will be West Charleston and New York. I incident as a whole, on the f."-

of agriculture, knownas !> every Friday at his residence, 1409 I held tomorrow (Tuesday) after-I I! ture course of national politics:

the "philosopher" of the "new;; White street. Visitors are most i JUNIOR PATROL noon from the residence to Ley I RESIDENTS ASKED TO KEEP Hilary Albury and daughter. First, it has cheered the Re-

deal." still stands high in the:.! welcome, even if they are not yet i I Memorial Church with services to Mis Rose Mary, left over the publicans tremendously. Their

graces of the President. The stamp collectors the president REVIEW TODAYEVENT be conducted by Rev. L. ?I. Smith.;II TRUCK WILL ARRIVE ALL RECEPTACLES: : FREE East Coast yesterday for Miami, hopes are far greater than be

claimed success' of AAA has states. I Pritchard's Funeral Home is in TONIGHT where they will spend a few days fore That means. 'intensified.. attack
brought him the admiration and I FROM SETTLING WATER administration, revived -
after which Mrs. will on the
I 1 charge of arrangements. {I I I II Albury return
confidence of the White House j I I here. 1 organization enthusiasm,
MRS. H. THOMPSON 1 Survivors are his wife, Mrs. With Fresh Fruits and
Another man-Joseph Ken-! I TO TAKE PLACE THIS Laura Russell; one daughter, Vegetables fIe.-1 Miss Rose Mary will leave for I perhaps Increased campaign con.
nedy. chairman of the Securities: I !I In the midst of tributions.
AFTERNOON AT CAMPGROUNDS Elizabeth; one son, Warren; parents the rainy Washington D. C, and spend a i
and Exchange commission, has! DIED HERESUNDAY'FUNERAL I Mr. and Mrs. Richard T.I ANNOUNCEMENT son as Key West is, all citizens! couple of weeks with relatives and' Conversely it ha warned the

earned the gratitude of the Presi-j' Russell, and a brother, Cecil RusselL -', We I must keep their yards free of any i I then leave with her cousin Miss Democrats. They have been rid,
line of
dent. Kennedy's success in turn :. I carry a complete receptacles which can contain water Edah Albury, graduate nurse in ing along confidently for a long
ing what financiers thought was'' ---- WHITE BELT DAIRY CERTIFIED 1 I and become breeding places j'i that city, for Chicago. time. Now they know that in

an unworkable law into one that SERVICES WILL BE The crack team of the Key I I II PRODUCTS: for mosquitoes, it was pointed out I o The first week in SeptemberMiss yne: sectors, at least, they must

works has won the applause of | CONDUCTED TOMORROW West Junior Patrol, whicb playeda II TWOARRESTSIN Certified MilkPaateurized I I at the Key West. Administration : Rose Mary, who is a gradu. Tight.: It is assumed that much

business men by helping to en-, featured role in the 39th Milk offices this ro1ornin:. ate of the 1935 class Convent of fence-mending will begin at once.

gineer a revival of nearly lifeless AFTERNOON sary celebration in anniver-I LIQUOR MATTERS I Raw Milk i iI 'I Tin cans, old tire casings!: boxes Mary Immaculate will go; to Canada By the name token, all remaining -

investment markets. j jThe weeks ago, will be reviewed by the I I Chocolate Milk and similar articles are all con and enter St. MarTa Academy. chance of. an effective: "coali
'youthful hard-working,1: 265th Regiment Coast Artillery,I I I Churned Buttermilk 'I' tainers in which water can be collected in Windsor, Ontario and attend tion" movement would eeem to

former= college profeiwor-Charles Mrs. Hester Thompson! widow1 I i, Florida National Guard, at Fort Coffee Cream and mosquitoes can breed, during the 1935-36 school year. have disappeared. Encouraged to
West new (undersecretary of the of the late Captain Charles I Taylor this afternoon. I II r Oscar Fraga and E_ R. Tynes i Whipping Cream it was emphasized. While effortsare Her cousin Miss Edab will remain hope they can win under their
interior-4s 'rated as a "comer";; erick Thompson, died at 5 Activities are scheduled to start were arrested this morning on i ,Cottage CheeseAcidophilus I being made through: the sanitary in Chicago and take up a own party standards the Republicans -

in the "new deal" family. He ha:: Sunday morning at the fTed-1 I at 5 P. M., weather permitting. warrants issued following information -' in Milk department to reduce the I course of studies at St. Joseph's are far less likely to listen

been the principal laison between:i 408 Greene street at the age Members of the patrol regaled in filed by Joe Fine and i I number of the pests on the island hospital and De Paul University. :!to talk of fusion.

the White ROOM and congress" and!:! years. their snappy white uniforms with Stephen S. Smith. officers of the I 1-0- citizens can: aid a great. deal in 'I "Finally, the west Is more than

is among the closest to the "throne The funeral will be held 4:30 red braid, will ;ro through the Florida Stale\. Beverage Department -I[ Old: Plantation Ice l this work. NOTICE TO SHIPPING ever indicated as the battleground

room.** I o'clock tomorrow afternoon from maneuvers which drew so much 'I" I Cream, Lucky Cups Pop- Any stagnant water is a breeding I' for 1936. If they are weakin

I the Lopez Chapel to the St. Paul's applause from the audience at the Fraga is charged with xellinc J sides,. Fudgsicklea. I I place for mosquitoes and local I Target practice will be held in the eastern sector the Democrats

NOTICE !: Episcopal Church Rev. A. li. Dim- Miami stadium. intoxicating liquor with a license -o- persons can help the mosquito-con the area south and east of the I mast turn Increased atten-

'I mick officiating. and without the Florida Excise, Daily Delivery To The trol work in Key West by eliminating main ship channel at a range of t| Lion to the west, which baa been

There will be a special danceat i Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. I I Stamp. Tynes is charged with- 'Home I = all receptacles which might: 12,000 to 15,000 yards at 720 on the receiving end of the pro-

KeyVcst. Country Club on: Lillian Simms; granddaughter.I JUST RECEIVED selling intoxicating liquor' without 0., T......,.. Aug. 13. we I contain water. a. in.. Key West, August 13 and i.j ceasing tax benefits; and where
14, Rosendo great, : license. I 14 inclusive. !i the wealth-taxes are designed to
I Wednesday evening: August Mrs. Magdeline ; Fresh Shipment! of a will give free ice cream to the I ,
10 o'clock. This dance will be granddaughter Geraldine Rosen. WHITMAN'S CANDIES ,I Arrests were made by. officers first 200 of oar customer. TRUST FUND FOR DOG All shipping is cautioned. rest least heavily.
f given by the club membership and. do; three sisters Mrs. Victoria All Sizes I from the sheriffs office. The I MAJOR W. W. KHEIN, U. S. A..!i In that way eastern Rhode Is-
officers of the visiting Florida Martin Sirs. Raymond Greco and accused were plated UDder bond Tiff :Cash: Grocery WORCESTER, Eng. Henry I'I Commanding. i land points an inquiring finger

National Guardsmen. Mrs. Eraeiie Delley, all of Brook- GARDNER'S PHARMACY, of,$500.,each pending preliminary 1101 Division St. Phone 29 I Deanne of this city left $70,000 COLONEL R. M: WOODWARD, toward that section lying say.from ,

CLIFFORD G. HICKS. I l>?'n, New York; one brother, Phone 177 Free Delivery hearing on August 30 before I'I as a trust fund for the care of 1 I F. N. C. Regimental Com,! the western Fenasylvanieline

I augl2-lt Secretary.' George Jackson of Tampa. ,I i Peace Justice RogeKo Gomez. jbis dog. I mander. ang2-lt to the Pacific.


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THE REGIMENTAL BAND ties Mr. Albury has filled the r' ....e.e.e.ee.e..ee.ei
TT-- v: "I tit tst (:m 1 '
: KEY WEST IN position with an excellent record i!
1-MINUTE SAFETY TALKS Today'sAnniversaries
P1Ibll.h.-4 Daily Except Bandar By and his numerous friends are
TUB CITIZEN: PIBLISHINO CO. 10.: For the past five years Key West has I DAYS GONE BY ready to stick with him to the;
I'. J ftmA3.JOB Preddest By Don Heroic !limit. i
.. AII the of
been anticipating each coming
From As.t.ta.t Tke Citizen B..t.e.Building Maaagee year 1 rUppeninct Her Just 10 Years I ......a.........e.0....
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Corner Orcn and Ann treete the Two Hundred Sixty-Fifth Regiment Ago Today A. Take. From I !l
The 1769 Benjamin Franklin
. Coast Florida National Guard. The File. Of The OtiseaKey Mah Jong Club, an aggregation -
Artillery '
Only filly Ne..pa IB Key Welt and Monroe of young society maids Eacbe, grandson of Benjamin

apes Florida.Cjunty.ntered ,. .cond clan matter With the officers and men, the regiment 36uo MAKE Afw1ERICA I and matrons, will meet this afternoon -I Franklin publisher of a must violent -
i __ at K y t. as West
,. F''ri'' .IIIXTR TEAR adds a great deal to activities here, for at s SAFF FOR I will be visited by the with Miss Vera Knowles in Philadelphia! paper opposed
......... .. ... A.a.e/aI.d Pre.. least a two-week period. WORSE K AND' j IOld Guard Battalion on Septe.mI her home at 1124 Eaton street.i Ito i President \\a<.hmnt n, intro in
rh. Anorlatcd Prep ta cxclnslTCly: entitled to n'. USTYEAR PEDESTRIANS i I jber 18, according to advice received Club members are Miss Wilma Philauelphia Died "t.lO. 1798i
+for rcpabllmtloa of all new dJspatcb credited to One of the outstanding assets of the WAR by local officials from Burrus. Miss Knowles, Miss Paul-
credited In this and also
It or not otherwise paper
the local n>w. published here.'NAM current encampment is the regimentalband I Colonel Thomas W. Darrowof the ine Burrus, Miss Edith Hilton,. 181fi--Coarlc* C. JewetU_ notedAmerican
a ii.- under the direction of Caesar La- j general staff. The society will Miss Neva Ball, Mrs. Margaret bibliographer and IiLrarian
.1 c ON AI IDIICPIU) ; spend a short time in Key Westland Duval, :Mrs.! Carl Lopez, Mrs.' Lorn at Lebanon Maine
11 'ASSOCIATION Monaca\ of Miami. Each night LaMonacaand : i I then proceed to lIavana: Charles A. Cold end llr!'. Ray t Died it Bra-tntree.: Mass, Jan. 9
C/t & 1935 his band are offering an unusuallywell .I' where they will be elaborately en.' Navarro. ', 1868

SCB9CHIPTIO: RATES selected of music at Fort u tertained. The Old Guard Bat- -
no -tlO:: program I talion is composed of military;
,%lx )1b.. fSCO: Taylor. That these programs are appre-I i men and ex-military men who' Editorial comment: Perhaps 1835-Lillic Devereax Blake

.( lea rhre.Month Months__ .is ciated by Key Westers is indicated by the I!fought in the civil war and other some girls would get along better pioneer woman viffrajnrt. lectur
,Weekly .SO wars since then to and with their husbands if they depended -i er. and worker for legislation!: infaor
up including (
"ADVERTISING KATES" large. numbers attending each night. j i the world war. It is a a little less on the rouge-: : or women, born &t Raleigh,

Made known on SPECIAL ppUcatlgn.NOTICE_ Through LaMonaca's organization, j military society rather than an or- pot and a little more on the ctew-! 'N'; C. Died Dec. 30. 1913.i .

All reading notion, card f>t tbanka. re>ol>ttoni of splendid band music, presented: by a groupof iganization. As Key West has a pot.
., will bo charged for at
respect obituary notices 1 i 1849-Aboott II. Thayer celebrated -
number ;
or organization
the rate of 10 cent. a line. accomplished musicians, is offered Key
Notice for entertainment by churches from which ENLIST TODAYIf .I of ex-service men it is expected In this issue of The Citizen ;: artist discoverer: of the
ft revenue I..to be derived are B cea.Invites a u...discussion West. The music and its rendition prob- that arrangement will be made there are Announcements of>> 24 law of the prttettive coloration
The of Citizen public apnea Is an open and subjects forum and of local or general ably are the finest to be heard here some other nation i\ruck suddenlyat 1 Will you get a war-like sp'rit toward I to entertain the Old Guard on its'candidates for different offices or the animal kingdom, born in
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communications our shores and killed' 36,000 of our I this great enemy of our pj}mlation II Bo!ton. Died May 29. 1921.
arrival to be voted the
I throughout the year by a personal pre- people and injured neat ly a million, will you fight-w-31 you boa your blooda i ij I on in coming city,|
others how quickly we'd* FIGHT! I little about this-OR _will you try to I election. There are three for. -
sentation.In We'd crush each other it the jam at "get it fixed" the next time you are I Mrs. Benjamin Russell was mayor; three for police justiceone j I;.l 18S9-Ka1"'ne L'e Bales, noted -
: :-IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST addition to good band numbers, the enlistment stations.. I handed a ticket for speeding ill you j I I hostess yesterday afternoon at her, for city clerk; one for tax, Welleley College professor ef
Our patriotic blood would giggleat traffic regulations will\
geyser you
the director home on White street to members assessor; one for tax collector;: English literature, born at Falmouth -
arranging special
some '
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN like Faithful. Bugles would sound drive while under the influence of intoxicants -
bands would play orators would orate -will you drive with selfish i! of. the Ladies Aid Society of Ley two for councilman at l large; five Mass Dit"f.llarch! 28.
i. feature each night to the delightful ;
adding __&d give up sugar and wheat, and recklessness and darn-fool abandonwill 4 Memorial church. Because of the for councilmen for other wards;: 1929.
programs. These, so far, have included women would start to knit flOCks by you consider automobile safety i!absence of several members on four for chief of police; one for
: 1. Water and Sewerage. the million. ? .I
vocal selections, acrobatic numbers, and Yet an enemy worse than arty war Which gag Which side are you on? In '!annual vacation the attendance captain of police and three for,, 1862-Jilius Ko nll'ald.! ('hicago -
.. 2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- others, all of which have been received rior-nation is at our doors today\: and the last, 10 years automobile accidents i i was not as large: as usual i, city sexton. 4 merchant ,any pbilaatthropist] !
land. .. _we YAWN with indifference. according to The Travelers Insurance j -._ I Ii I I i i born at Ppirffield.. Ill Died Jan.
with a great deal of applause, Automobile accidents killed 36000people Company have killed I 291,061,persons. i: Dr. A. D.: Glascock of St.i i An excellent fight card is pro-,!. 6, 1932.
The loss of life and limb from
i. Fre P rt. last year and injured nttarly a automobile ( ,
:, George Mills White, :director of the million. and we don't bat an eve. accidents is"Worse Than War." i j Petersburg is anxious to get some mised devotees of the sport whoattt -

4. Hotels and Apartments. music section of the Key West, Administration .. -- .--- -. {information relative to fresh wa- >nd the Athletic Club tonight.::1 I| 1880 Ch..stv MathewMm,
: I jter in Key ;West and wants to Kid India and Hector Reyes will! among the great pitcher in baseball
5. Bathing Pavilion. and many other'music lovers have know if this supply 0 is being piped be! seen in the main bout with history |urn at FactorynU,

6. Airports--Land and Sea. praised the efforts Jaeing.put forth by the f from the mainland.( He asks "how.I Cowpuncher and Kid Garcia in the,V Pa. Died at Saranae Lake. N. i'.,

.. 7. Consolidation of County and City: band director in arranging unusually good [rTODAY'S WEATHER 1 I far did you pipe it and what didcort..llis semifinal. i i Oct. 7, 1925. I
it letter to the chamber,
Governments. programs. Key Westers are music lovers -
of commerce ask.4 for all informs-;.
and they are making the most of this mUsi-, Temperature* 1 overcast weather tonight and Tuesday tion on the matter and requests I

cal treat which is theirs for two weeks; Highest! .........__.. ..__....._......._..h.RS"j with widely scattered showers f that all particulars be wired him
The best way to develop trade. in Key show their of DirectorLaMonaca's Lowest .--. ------------ ------ -------- Tuesday. collect.
they appreciation We will be consult about
West is to trade in Key West. Mean ............. ........_......:: .......: pleased to have you us ,,
efforts by attendance, atten- Mean ......... .................... :....... HI HIYt'teday's Robert II. Bello and his as- how you can I
tion and applause. V Rain/all WEATHER CONDITIONSA sistant M. Madiedo, will leave

Business is picking up in spite of the Precipitation T. Ins.I disturbance of marked inten- tomorrow for Havana where they
-- .... 1 1I will spend a few days. They have
uncertainty to when Congress will ad- Normal Precipitation .15 Ins. and of extent'Ieovers
as THE PUBLIC FORGOT ...'..l* rrrard .....pr. Z.-...... ....rl.. sity \! vast the been here on business in connec- Build Buy
journ. I Ibis mtirrmimf.Tomorrow's Hudson liayand Great'J'whkes region or
--- I ending < N VlorU ; t : tion with the realty: business and ,
with tbe centers in Ontario
I Almanac will secure data>for a series!> of I
.. For business men who appear to Sun rises ......00__...--..... 6:00: a. m,1 Cochrane ;:9.4.2 inches. 'Pressure reports to be made to the Miami Refinance Your Homeor
,. Critics of nudism should remember think the public does not need to be con- .sun sets __.--.-_.....___.__.. 7.03 p. m." is relative-/' high over the middle Realty: and Insurance Company,
and south
that Adam and Eve started the first nudist stantly reminded of who they are, where II Mcon r.ses ._..00..-.--_-- C:28 |>. m'l the northern Atlantic Rocky coast Mountain and over re- of Tampa, of which MJr. Bello is
:Moon sets ..._._.....0000 4.51 a. the manager. He noted .many improvements
colony. they and what they have to sell the gion.
are, '
Tomorrow' Tides Rains in Key West duringhis repair or any type of
were\ general the
well-known story of what happened to a
I stay. {
A.H. last 24 hours from North Dakota building insured creditThe
Our own suggestion is that all traffic product called Pyle's Pearline will bear lIi gh ..........._..... 8:29: 9:41 eastward! over the Great Lakes J on

,. laws be vigorously enforced before accidents repeating.In Low __00..00.--. 1:40 3:231 and New England. Srowers occurred In today's issue of The Citizen,
Barometer 6 .. m. today: also in the south Atlantic appears the announcement; of Wtl-.
and not afterwards. the early years of this century, Sa level, 30.06.WEATH I$nd .Gulf States.It lard M. Albury candidate for rIrst National Bank of Key West
Pearline, a cleansing material, was used is somewhat colder in the Ie-election to the position of councilman -

.. 'Nothing" pleases us better than to by most of the housewives[ of the country.In :=:R FORECAST I northern Plains States where tem- for the Second ward. Mr. s
Albury is a member of the finance
peratures are again about sea.cona1whie Under the
1904 the $500,000 in ad Approved Mortgage
'have those irresponsible: people disappointed compary spent (Till 8 p. m.. Tuesday) over the southern Lake re- ronumttee for the present council -.
who hope for war. vertising.. Then the advertising was greatly I Key We t and Vicinity: Cloudy I gion, middle Mississippi and Ohio lie is also president of the'!
curtailed and about 1907 it was discon- with local thundershowers tonightand Valleys temperatures are abnormally Exchange Club and is affiliated] FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION
I Tuesday; gentle winds, mostly high. Elsewhere! throughoutthe with a number of other-organiza-j,
tinued the thought
= This is Florida Ice Week. It was Dr. altogether, as company southeast and south country thermal conditions are lions. Since t'nteringlpon his du-j .

John Gorrie physician of Apalachicola, the product was so well known that no Florida: Local thundershowers practically normal. --. .. .
a -- -- - -- --
further advertising. was necessary. tonight and Tuesday. S. M. GOLDSMITH, .
= who discovered the principle of artificial Jacksonville to Florida Straits Temporarily in Charge.; : 1.l11".II'.I,1;

I refrigeration. Sales fell off rapidly, but the com- and East Gulf: Gentle southeastto .........*.......ear.....eeSS..e, .. ..................... .............. j.
pany's owners persisted in their non-ad- southwest winds and partly Subscribe to The Citizen. i ..

until 1915 when the .. ..
vertising policy .. .
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Z In the untimely death of Judge --- -- -- -- I

Nathan P. Bryan, Florida has lost an ex- whole concern was sold for $12,000. Pear- I II
line was dead. EVERYDAY NEEDS: !
:: emplary eminent jurist.citizen and the country a pre- Many other products whose names / 1 I

were houshold words a few years ago are v_ ..Who. Owns ..0". f
no longer sold, because the manufacturersfailed ;
: 'Stamp collectors paid million -- -
over a
their advertising and
to keep up S
= dollars for imperforated and ungummed consequently the public forgot them. The Telephone Company

: special issues. This ought to remove it Business men should remember that : CLOTHES IRONING !

; from the fad class and put it in the ranks of potential customers are
new generations

: of big business. coming along all the''fime, And that these MORE than eight hundred thousand HAMPERS T(( BOARDS Vsrd.

y new buyers must be sold on a product or a own the securities of the : I II 5k
; Lady Astor in the house of Bell Telephone System and most of these Ul .
: arose store, as their fathers: and potters! were r folks are small investors. No person ownsas $L25upCLOTHES 1.35up
and gravely stated
"Despite before them. I ,
much as one-fifth of one per cent of the I :
.. the efforts of Mussolini and the Pope, the The only time it is ftt{ ofctop advertising outstanding stock. The largest single .. s. .

population :of Italy ha decreased.". This; is when$ one is rfcady-'t: : :;go out of 4I T stotkholder: 'an insurance company, has .i ... .o' '-- i ii

:a; double entente naturally created a deluge business. I t ....C''II!,. '\ less than one per: cent and the average III.- CLOTHESLINE 1
laughter.. holding is only twenty-eight shares per .
stockholder. ,4- LINE REEL C -,
Nearly half of the'stock of the Bell System is t
Diogenes, with his lantern, would i
owned by women, about two hundred and ten thou- 1 : I SOc 25c
have a most difficult time finding an issue of war or peace between sand ofwhom are housewives. There are about I i g
: honest public official in Miami, but the"purge" ninety thousand clerks and salespeople who have invested I.i I.
Italy and Ethiopia has been delayed ,
now being made effective will I their savings in this business and thirty thou- C

: have beneficial results and the Magic City month by the recent action of the Leagueof sand manual laborers. J StepLadders SCRUB
Nations. This represents very little I. !
: emerge cleaused and with radiant face There are other thousands of farmers, merchants, i 1d -5
conditionsin -
1 gain in itself, because weather and others in State of the '
: look the world -yuare in the eye. professional men every
: Ethiopia make military operations prac- Union who have placed their money and faith in the PAILS

I tically impossible untilSeptember. telephone industry. Trust funds for educational institutions I lie Ci.
: It seems appropriate for the citizens and homes for the '
1 moral churches, orphanages, '
The League gained some $1.75 3Scf.
: of the commonwealth of Florida to be : however by its resolute facing of the aged, whose funds must be carefully guarded; have- : : -V : :"v : x
:[3 sufficiently interested in their governor to very ticklish problem. This was due invested large; amounts in this business. ,. : fit up B Value 55c 1 :

5 desire to know his whereabouts. Some : largely to firm insistence by Great Britain, No other company: is owned by so many different.. i, .. ..

:jt: say he,13 and some say he isn't in Europe. : and tardy support for such action from people as is the Bell System. : :

Unless he is heard from soon a whimpering the French. Italy made an apparent It is this vast army of small investors who own the : ELECTRIC FANS
:j campaign will place him where possibly yielding to, the possibility of arbitration. I telephone business and it is these folks who have, by 1
he i isn't. I their sacrifice and saving, supplied the capital to
".' I J I': but what Mussolini will eventually do re- ; build for you the world's finest and best telephone. ICE CREAM FREEZERS $1.25
.. i .
mains to be seen. 1\1jl system They own the telephone company.
1 The Miami Daily Tribune is making I The same can be said for the League's t ilk
: financial of this
the stability
Anything affecting ________________ :
t assemble
an erroneous statement when it refers to jl future action. Its council will 1 j business directly affects them, as well as the army of t

Z Herman alias Herman Wolkowsky as "the again early in September. By that time j telephone workers who are devoting their lives to f rnishing .

: Key West tax certificate slicker." ""01- the arbitration may have improved the ,; 'you the very best service possible during good

? kovy before he changed his name to f problem or not. At any rate the League times and bad, at a cost to yon as low: as possible Swtk Florida Coatrac&g & Engineering Co. i ;
consistent troth financial safety. .
: Wall left Key West many years ago to rc- has taken cognizance of its responsibilities, ];'.I

: side in Miami\ and was not born in this and if Italy defies the League the powers VERNON BAIRD, 1lcwkl: Malaager fLoat 56 Whilt tat Eliza; Streets : ;

country. He is more of a Miamian than a { of that organization will consider the next' I S. -

r- Key Wester. Had Herman remained in j step in September. II IIJ So.uth.tflt A L""t .C '"Your: home is worthy of the best" : ;V'.

: this city perhaps he would not have been j ... ;;

contaminated by the Miami crooks and remained I. It is hard to find somebody who is .....e.see..eeeee.............0........*..........*................: f i!

an honest man. not ready to condemn anybody. j ,- .- :I" .I'.I', 1



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; TONIGHT ........................ .

alMOPSIS, Yarn Albny. wile compunction In his voice Tm sorryI 1676-King Philip historic,
employ feCk R.s and Lauri* 11 I Massachusetts! Indian chief, killed i RIISSELUSk R ; \
JI_.. feu faontcdrow Cacti ragged you yesterday"She i, -.-
2>r k. fiat BeJI and Lama are looked at him steadily By JOVE) j
..**._tfee rretf tfo,as originated tk y Jtarf told fceeatu him.T "Yon mean it would look bad If I There will be a diamondballgame I 1852-Izsac M. Singer patent'

it tttttfd aeetaaory ao that Ae* left the flat? That It would be dam- weather permit ed a successful sewing machine. ,
-fet bold *<. Job. JTow avH. Mrei aging to your tonight if s
B*.ai.0 Rex that .Ia. wilt katw4ia -
.rr s*A AUwry. Th. ii4tcHyM "You might wait unto I come The participants will i>e the Lopez 1885-(50( years ago) Died, in j

that. bark Re*and Albert .are in back-that's all I mean." He looked __ __ Funeral Homers end the. Bermuda" San Francisco, aged 54, .Helen'' -0if:1'
Jet* e Uk LaaIW.and she U < tortri -- '- ---
"k Be. at her !In the shamefaced way bet! i Bakery ten.Batteries. Hunt Jackson noted poet novelist] '
Daily Baseball'
I had when he asked her to do any-l !'PIRATES SPLIT i'LEAGUE STANDINGS THREE GAMES OF will be A. Lunn and and philanthropist. 41etuIASBYW
Chapter 29 thing rather like a small boy who I
"Afieri. Ingraham for the Embalmers, and
) ire
knows he Is in the wrong. >
"' 'AT ANTIC FLIGHT I all. I can't annoy you when rm not' I TWIN BILL WITHCINCINNATI AMERICAN LEAGUE : BALL YESTERDAYAT Ward and A. Castro for the Bak-| Alaska.1896-Gold found in Klondike,

I1898Sovereignty | --0-
it A NDI have a message from Mr.Albery. Club- W. L. red: I ers.

." Laurie went on."He I' "All right" she aald. Her voice REDS': DetrOit _.........._.&_ 66 37 ..G41New NAVY The game will be called at 8:15. i i COME IN/AND GET THE
because she had to FIELDCAVE : ; of the Hawaiian |
was forbidding ; RESULTS OF
want ns to go down to Fen : york ..._._.__ 59 42 .584 i i THE
hide a little tremor In It.When do p. m. Islands formally passed >>
Gratton for the week end." start?" i : Chicago: ..._...........__ 42 47 .5251 United States. | MAJOR BASEBALL

yon Ireland.' Boston ........m......... 54 49 .524 eeee..e..e..ee.u: LEAGUES
1 cant do that" Rex said shortly. The"Tomorrow weather looks night -If It for will hold." I PHILLIES SHUTOUT GIANTS;1 Clevelnad ......._..._. 51 SI .500! INN DEFEATS BEER -
as I.
Today's Horoscope.e.ee.eeeeee.pe.e..e.e..I 1927 Late Thomas A. Edison 0.RS
Tre got my friend. Alec Wade. ; Philadelphia ..._...._ 43 64 ,
Laurie turned away putting her CHICAGO CUBS VICTORIOUSIN .4431 BOYS PICKED TEAM WINS celebrated the golden anniversary IC" .
the day. ....... I CIGARETTES,
from New York spending books back on the shelves from ] Washington -. 44 59 .4271
of the I
Sunday. I told you. I can't put him which she had taken them. CAMZ: WITH ST. LOUIS I'ISt Louis ...__..__..__-- 35 65 .30: FROM GUARDS: ; THIRD CONTEST Pride and obstinacy will be liable -' of his-invention repeated aver radio phonograph nursery -- SOFT DRINKS,

ttO.Sa MOs early In the week. Too His spirit was already In the air. 1 CARDINALS FORFEITED to somewhat detract from the! jingle recorded .on first phonograph {I i ETC.

can go. all the same." He was not thinking of her. j I I I NATIONAL LEAGUE 1 FUCCCSJ of the child of this day' I L L1

"Mr. Albery makes rather a point Rex Moore did Dot come back to Club- w. I.ct..i though lie IK enc:owed witb gentle,}

of It. He's got someone he wants the Hat the next day until Jt was j I : New York ...........--- 67 38 .638. aesthetic tastes and good abilities. ---
yon to meet. ; almost lime for him to start All daylong 1!I Special t 'sae CltlMfmlNEW +St'Louis ..........._... 63 40 .612 Three games of baseball were He should be trained in the pre-f

"Can't help that. Moore's voice' h. had been making his preparations YORK. Aug. 12.-The Chicago .......-......... 67 43 ,609Pittzburgh played at the Navy Ball Field yesterday cepts of patience and humility to.I

was almost rude. at Albery's private air field. j I Pittsburgh Pirates and the Cin-.t ..._ ....._.. 58 51 .532 j afternoon.In avoid being overcome by stress of I '
"AU right. ITl teH Mr. Albery. He found a tempting meal laid on cninati Reds divided honors in adcubleheader. the first the Cave Inn
I Brooklyn ..... .......... 48 57 .457i fame public opinion induced by the real) !
It waa well after midnight when the dining-room table but Laurie I the Pirates taking outfit defeated the Wagner Beer 1 Q
: Philadelphia .......... 48 58 .453) nature being clouded by the na .
Lauria came In. was not la the room. She came out the first game 5 to 4. The score nine by a score of 4 to :3. Wickers, I- .
i Iff./IJ.MI
; Cincinnati .............. 47 CO: ..4391 tive's own faults.
Rex sitting his of bedroom with the small barer in the
was OTer mape. i second vas 43. ;Boston .................... 27 .257 held 'the Cave boys scoreless! for
sack he take with
that to
"Is Gladys back? was Laurie'sfirst was going 1 I Behind the four-hit pitching of I i 78. i ii five innings but weakened and noon the National Guards lost to, 1 t

question. It always was. him In her hand. f Elden Auker the Detroit Tigers lost his game. The Wagner boy.scor4.'d a picked: team t? the score of 4 :
and to bed. You "Mrs. Budd is no packer: she j TODAY'S GAMES\ j ji
"Yes. gone certainly I ICE
downed the Chicago White Sox bya their runs in the third and to 3. It was a very good game
hare been working late." said lightly."So I packed your thingsmyself I score of .4. to 1, sweeping the i I AMERICAN LEAGUE I Ij fourth innings. In the sixth frame from start to :finish and Dothclri I USE Iii
"I wasn't working all the time. It You'll have something to .
four-game eI'ielf- j scheduled I with two walks, one bit a hit bats- >played well.
finished won't ? I'm |
was so late when we that eat. you scrambling some games II
Mr. Albery took me to the Elyseeto eggs the way you like them with I The New Ypit Yankese. fell six ...:...- I men and two errors, the Cava Inn Score by innings: R. H. R ITS PURER!
mushrooms. Ill and fix them frames back of the Detroit Tigers I boys scored two runs. Guards .. COO 210 000-3 7 :3 I 1 E
dinner and we stayed on for the go NATIONAL LEAGUE::
cabaret It'. an awfully good show. now." when they dropped 3 doubleheaderto Ciocinnat at Pittsburgh. i In the seventh they hit an infield Picked Team- t LONGER!

Moore had been drinking strong "Where Is Mrs. Budd* he asked."I i I the Philadelphia, : Athletics scheduled. I safety a triple and an infield 011 010 Olx-4 8 2

black coffee In large cups, which sent her away. I didn't know i while the American League champions -. Only game t: out gave them. the margin of a ICE REFRIGERATORS i GI

was very bad for his nerves. how late you would be." I were chalking up their ninth ),Marcum Malone and Richards;' victory.At .

"Do you think It wise to run She disappeared Into the kitchen. i straight victory.Darkness Gomez, Deshong and Dickey. bat the leaders were: L. ru Made of all metal-equip
around with Albery the way you I ended the second half Bazo, with two singles and a I I' fiwh'ffliiii
dor 1TTHEN she came back with the I of a twin bill between the Browns a i Second Game triple; Malgrat, with two singlesout A ROAD HOG fl ped with WATER COOLERSThey're ItI

Laurie stiffened."I If dishes on her tray Rex had I and the Cleveland Indians with, At New York R. II. E. of four tries. Joe .Navarro I I
don't know what you mean. I changed into his flying kit. :I the teams deadlocked at 7-all after -J Philadelphia .................... 5 10 2 and Domenech both Kit two RUNS BY E

can't refuse to work late when it Is "I won't have you waiting on me." 11 innings. The Indians pound;, New York 460 In the field, R= da. P. safel7'1 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
Important If. my Job. Mr. Albery he said angrily. can do all that t win,
: ed four Brownie pitchers to ; Batteries: TubervilJe and Richards and Carbonell starred for STOP
offers to pay me overtime, but I myself." J the opener, 10 to 7. ; Brown, Deshong and Dickey.At ers and E. Garcia and M. Esquin- LIGHTS. ( I 11 Satisfaction
won't take It. He has done enoughfor "That's rather foolish" she re The once lowly Phillies suddenly aldo for the winners.
me-and for yon" torted evenly. Tm fond of cooking. Detroit R. H. E. Priced at
I have come to life in the sea- Score by innings: R. H. E.
Tm not suggesting that he should Now please sit down and eat. I ron'g later stages jolting the New]I Chicago: ....-......-...----...-- 140 Wagner Beer- I

pay for your company. Yon haven't She poured him out a cup of York Giants' hopes of increasing Detroit ........... ........-.... 4 6 1 001 200 000-3 8 2 $30 S35 1 1I
got as far as that I suppose," he coffee with the thick cream that he I their league lead again by coming I Batteries i : Kennedy;; and Sewell;;f! Cave Inn 000 002 20x-1 8 4. and i
retorted abruptly with a steely liked on the top. t
through withs 2 to 0 victory, Auker and Cochrane. I Catteries: Wickers and Joe Navarro ;: I I i
glance from his grey eyes.I merely She ate very little herself. Whep.he : -1 I1 I EASY TERMS-10 DAYS
their fourth in the six-game se- M. Sanchez and GabrieL -
wondered whether It was necessary had finished the eggs she offered *r First Game I ; FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S
for you to dine with him." him fruit and a special light ries. At St. Louis R. H. E. 1

"Yon are insulting." sponge cake that she had made. The veteran Charley Root Cleveland ......._.._........10 17 In the second game the National i 0 0o ICE CO.i i t
"I am only suggesting that under They hardly spoke.'Laurie seemed pitched the Cubs to s 3 to 2 victory __.._ 21 I
St. Louis _.... ...-.-.... ._ 714 Guards played a picked team from _
the circumstances, it would be wise. to have something on her mind. over the Gt. Louis Cardinals, > "u Tmco NATIO BOAOA arose 1 .
Batteries: liudlin and Phillips; the Junior Lea"'\ve and at the end -
for a little while not to be .seen Is It dangerous this Atlantic I before 23.560 fans the largest Heath. I i food business man sees tbat
Cain; Coffman of the third inning the contest was
about so much with, Albery. I don't flight?" she said at last crowd to turn out for a single his Printed Forms are of a 1 Phone No. 8

like the idea of my wife being talked lie laughed. 1 game at Wrigey! Field this sea. SeciCme: : forfeited by the latter nine. The quality Ke's not ashamed of. II
i score at that: period was 3 to 2 in 'y
about as a girl secretary: her employer "What ever put that into your son. ; We solicit en a QUALITY t
Louis R. II. E.
At St. their favor. Joe Navarro had hita i s *
has taken a fancy to. headr The Brooklyn Dodders regained Cleveland l ............. ....._. 7 12 1. double and P. Artman a triple.In PRICE aad SERVICE basis.

Laurie went f rim ion.,, "All long-distance" flights must. be !fifth place in the National League t Louis .___.............-...... 7 12 21 THE ARTMAN PRESSTHE / I h t5 -
"How dare you? What businessIs dangerous. by twice defeating: the tail-end 'I
t It of "Do know the most Batteries: Lee Harder and the third of the after- CITIZEN BLDG. till Ildt --,
yours anyhow? rut not your you dangerous Braves by scores of 7 to>> 5 and 3 game -
wife. occupation: In the world?" he I to 1 Brenzel; Knott, Andce.and I -

Yon are supposed to be. You are asked with the mocking: smile at 2.With 35,000 fans in the stands,J] Uemaley. -
living here wth me. As far as anybody the back of his eyes. "The one with '
Washington and Boston divided at]
know.,we are a normal couple.Of the greatest percentage of casualties '1..1
Ii l
dqnble-header, the Senators taking
course, it is no business of mine." ? A platelayer on a railway. CLASSiFIEDCOLUMN 1
i the first game 4 to 2, and the
Td no idea you paid so much attention But Laurie was looking at him i
I Red Sox the finals 5 to 4.
to appearances. She was with a curious concentration.
quivering with Indignation. -lte%. you're not using this new The summaries follow: T&1iRRush

1 don't like looking a tool" he fuel are ;you?" she asked. NATIONAL LEAGUEAt
answered brutally. "And while you "What on earth do you know about Chicago R. H. E. ........................1

are, supposed to be my wife, Td 'that?" he countered. St. Louis ...... ......-........ 270 Advertisements under this head

rather you didn't get talked about.I ." Tre had to do a lot of work la Chicago ..._._.-.._....310 1 (II
will be inserted in The Citizen at
{; Them
know who's been talking!" she connection with it for :Mr. Albery. It Batteries: Walker IJaines. P.I I the rate of Ic a word for each inrertion -I i -
flashed.")Ira. Steele. She was at the i isn't safe Is U?" Collins and Delancey; Root and the
[ but the minimum for I
Roma the other day when I was He looked startled. Stephenson. Ilartnett
first insertion in every instance is
lunching with Mr. Albery to takesome Has Albery talked to you aboutIt
notes from him when he was ? Why didn't you tell me before"
At Philadelphia R. II. E. for classified advertisements
Payment -
only up for an hour or t..o.l saw her I "Because I know ft'. a secret Mr. New York .........._......... 060 is invariably in advance .C. PARK Star American Coffee ROSES
watching Of she's Jealous Albery asked me not to talk about It. JOHN
me. course
because she's crazy about you : He asked me If you had told me any Philadelphia ..._.._........ 211 1 but regular advertisers! with ledger THIS SPACE:

and she thinks I am really\ your thing.-and I told him that yon never Batteries: Schumacher. Hob- accounts may have their advertise You'll find out how

wife." discussed your profession with me. II bell and Mancuso; Walters and meats charged.: 328 SIMONTON ST. good it is when you try FLORAL PIECES A

It was the man's turn to grow red But I just wanted to know." Todd. Advertisers should give their the first cup, 1b 25c. SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
In the face. Laurie had hit the mark. "Of course. I'm not using It The street address as well as their tel.-.

Wanda Steele had suggested to him tests aren't nearly satisfactory yet.* phone number if they desire re-!
j First Game
P L U M BIN G LARGO, Ib t8c;
very delicately that hrs "dear little What a funny girl you are! I say. I At Pttts$*tgh.. R. H. E.I I suits.With PLANTS and VINES

wife" was perhaps being a trifle In chall have to get a move on. Al- Cincinnati ';.fL._.._. 0& G 0 each classified advertise' v. dz: S., n. 15c.
discreet. bery's car is coming to take me to !I ment The Citizen will give free an PER MONTH
!- _... .. 511 1
PittsburgfcfjM ,
1 "I'm sick of It." Laurie went on. the airfield. He's coming with'me.'' Batterietf&Johnson* +(and- Lwm1 I Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for Ii Roasted in Key,West by SOUTH FLORIDA

at white heat. "I'm going to quit to I suppose you wouldn't like to I 1|. .Blantorr'a'nd I! it DURO PUMPS .
morrow. You can say I left you- come?" bardi; -_ "STAR COFFEE i 1II.

or aaxthing else you like. :"Oh, no!" Laurie said sharply. i' ". FOR RENT PLUMBING_ SUPPLIES NURSERY
f -
.... They got up and Rex Moore went ,4 -Second Came J*" "i l 512 Greene Street $3.00

BUT the next day there was an to fetch his flying coat and helmet qt Pittsburgh { R. II. E. I BUNGALOW FOR RENT-Mod- PHONE 348 Phone 256 .

turn to>> their affairs. lie found Laurie standing in the Catcinnati _::....._ ,_!_ :4 5 O.! ern conveniences and garages. PHONE 597
Rex Moore spent the morning with dining-room. Just where he had left'' Pittsburgh _._ 370 I I Apply Valdea Bakery.

Albery at Fen Gretton. and came her. She turned a white face to him. Batteries: Schott. Frey and]I aug8-lmo i iI

back late In the afternoon to find "!'m sure-it's dangerous!" she Erickson; Bush Swift and Pad- I -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

Laurie packing her books. said under her breath. den. FURNISHED APARTMENT modern ) SELECT SEA FOODS INSURANCE

You can stop that. he said. "I'm "Why do you harp on that Lau 'tI conveniences, 628 White, or I II

off again. You'll be rid of me for a rie!" he asked.And then there camea :; t Gaiti's Barber Shop. aug6,i Jewfish Z 11>>.. 3Se THE KEY WEST
week or two. Albery wants me to reaction so violent that his tanned Cane I
try to lower the Atlantic record for face actually turned pale "I don't I At Brooklyn R. H. E.1 I BICYCLES-WE RENT by the Yellowtail Steak Z IL. 3Sc Office: 319 Dayal Street

the double crossing. He has heard understand." he said slowly. "It Boston_._..1 Hour, Day or Week. Repair: Yellowtail o. Bons. Z IL. zSc SUNDAY STAR

that Bruce Morris is preparing secretly can't be that you care? I mean- I Brooklyn ...__-.-.- 7 13 2\\i, all makes and paint them with Grouper .z 1M. ZSC eSaapper
to make the flight and he what becomes of me? You hate me. Batteries: Smith. Belts and' TELEPHONE NO. I

wants me to get in drat lie says the don't you. for coming back and Mueller; Earnshaw and lApeL No-Enamel.of We Agent carry for a full the Z 11... 25c Sabserip tien .2 Per Year
Pacific can wait"IIe messing up your life?" I'I parts. ....tI.. Fish, Z lbw ZSc
was elated. He was going to "Yes. I hate you." she said hys Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.And Key Wept'. Only Sunday. -THEFRESH Tr Yr Mao At
SecoaJ CameAt sell them as low as ?5.00 SHRIMP
unfold his wings again. He was terically.
Brooklyn R. H. E.I I down and $1.00 per week. We : Dtlmomco Ilrstaman!
good-humored, almost friendly. Copyright, tilt Cor lC. 8tate) P.PePORTER
Boston -.-..-..- 2 10 0 j Buy ,and Sell all makes of JuedBicycles. FREE PROMPT DELIVERY .ALLEN
"You don't need to turn out. do I I
l yon?" he added with a touch ofToday's Tomorrow. confessions are iseroer Brooklyn ...._..._...__ 360 Phone 276. J. R. I Business B.dwe'Mr Br _______ life

Batteries: Cantwell and Spa I! Stowers company. 61S Duval LOWE FISH COMPANY Builcliq COMPANY 51. Course 01...,., -----

-- . ---- hrer; Benge, Zarchary and J. Tay-|! street Jly9 t: PHONE Ill PHONE E 1 --------- 5Oc. 7Sc. sad. 115.
I i
........................, dent of the University of Illinois, lor. PIANO TUNING

Birthdays' born in Washington: D. C., 57

.........................1 years ago. First Game PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo AARON McCOIfNQ1. Our Reputation is Wr.p. PRITCHARD

JlifyfRobtrts Rinehart novel-j Cecil B. De Mille,,. movie producer ;I -At Boston R. H. E. cheap reno. Excellent 1018 Division piano street.for u.1e, 536 F1..Lg Street pad in pocbp JENNIE B. DE BOER I

Washington _______ 470
ist-rlayWricht. born in Pittsburgh. born 54 years ago. / ; FUNERAL HOME
I Boston .... .-,. .. .-- 2 11 3!! jly25-lmo I
59 years ajfo.Pauline .
'f Batteries: Kewsooa nad Hal-
Prof. Charles A. noted ROOMS
I t br.oQk.; Grove and R. FerrelL Watch t G Dignified Sypatbetisq -
Frederick, actress born; chemist of the U. S. Bureau of r

1 in Boston. 50 year ago. Chemistry end Soils, born *t N.rth' ""THE MUNRO" Rooms unexcelled .
Adams, Mass. 65 years ago. : .s.e-M ,tf:... in price and location, j':;, DONE BY US
U. S. Senator Robert D. Careyof At BosUn R. IL E. running water. 128 N. E. 4th NOTARY PUBLIC
I .._.._. 4 11 1 I LICENSED EMBALMER
Wyoming, born at Cheyenne, 57' Dr. Otto Strove, astronomer- Washington street,, Miami. Fla. jly26-lmox, WATCHMAKER, JEWELER _TH r
fieetoa h..._.___ 5 13 ,0
director of the Terxes Observatory AND ENGRAVER
Batteries: Linke And BolUn; FOR SALE .. -
J born in Russia. 38 yean ago.: See Him For Your Next Work .ARTMAN PRESS
JunesV.. Wadsworth representing W. Terrell and .K. ffcrell.Firtt L,


', Congress, ore time U. S. Senator .>.e bandies for Se. The Citizen Of Hears 9 t. 12.-1 t. 6Opp. Citizen Office

torn at Gcne.oeo, N. Y., 58 years GRANTS PAS ,' Ore.-L. M.I At New York R. H. E. -tic.. octlSECOND P HONE 51 .
.. .. N....
ago. I: Applegarte of this city believesthe Phflad hia ,,.. : ... 8 10 1 .5a.t.r"y .Ia.te 148 SleepI

s i Bible he proudly displays, ..NewY_ .rk -2--'..-- 472 ) : 5HEET3-iOO' Sac .5Oe.

I Dr. Arthur C. WiUard, presi-4'be more than no lun.ald.t: J, ..i.Bauer-Doyle- ; Blaebolaer The Artman Preaa. aOc'l1 ,





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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN =_ : .: __-_-, -.1"L\ : ) _'.

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:-: SOCIETY : : ................................................' By Caroline B. King THIS AFTERNOONKEY

Senator Arthur Gomez Frank I you do act receive your I
...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiMalones ............................ left over the East Coast Saturday I I Ion the morning Johnson was train an yesterday arrival Home Economics and Culinary Authority paper by 6:15 o'clock in the. ;i

EntertainFor afternoon for a brief business from Miami for a short business afternoon, call telephone 51 !
Delightfully visit in Miami.Charles stay. I t and a paper will I be>> cent to I WEST RESIDENT DIED:

I Ii 11 your Lome. A complaint boy I;

Officers National GuardThe Curry of the car department Merlin Monsalvatge- of the I c is on duty at this office from 1 11 AT HOMi HERE LAST
i ,
6:15 to 7:15 for tao
of the Florida p. m.
East Coast firm of Monsalvatge and Drane! NIGHT
residence and grounds of cessories; Mrs. Wooward wore a Railway at Key West and Mrs of Key West and Miami arrived purpose of delivering Com- I

Mayor ond Mrs. \\) H. Maloneon (I f beautiful gown of white embroidered I Curry, :left Saturday afternoon over the highway last night for a!I plaint Help us fire you 100
Fri- t visit with in Norfolk : percent service 1 by>>: caling 51 I
Division last for relatives
street were, chiffon with white as- a visit with relatives and the man-. if William T. Pinder, age 63 died
do not receive The Citi-
day night, transformed into a cessories. Va. I agement of tbi local business. ]I f sea you at his residence, 1222 Simonton
gorgeous scene of beauty and I ;

dazzling brilliance.. The. motif Mrs. Janice Lewis 101\... Robert Mrs. George Olsen, who was Mrs. H. T. Nagorson and two 1 r .r rw ..............0......... : street at 11:25 o'clock act ni ;ht.
Kruger and Mrs William Klaus, I Funeral Cervices will be held this
was Japanese. spending' a few weeks with relatives -" children who > <' !
Amidst a setting of gladioli, presided at the punch bowls. They I in Miami\ and other points in the city were with spending:Mrs Na?orI awhile -!l ., ',. ENGINE BACKFIRE afternoon :5 o'clock. The funeral

Asters, tuberoses ferns, roses,! wore beautiful gowns and corsage i on the East Coast returned yes son's mother, Mrs. Sarah Welch! I"; y will be from the! Chapel of the
bachelor buttons and hybiscus, interspersed -I bouquets which were presented by terday. and other relatives left Pritchard Funeral Home on Division .

with Nipponese parasols the hostess. i'I i I day afternoon for their, home yester-i in CAUSE OF BLAZE; street. Rev. A. L. Maofreau

Mr. and Mrs. Malone enter- t Those serving were Misses Alee Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kirtland Miami i.'I i of the Catholic Church will conduct
tained officer of the Florida National -: Curry, Norma Yates, Martha Car-'.,arrived I I the service.;
from St.
yesterday Augustine iI
; -
Guard and more than two bonell, Leonella Lester Ophelia i Survivors daughter.
I after visit of week. Engine backfire of the Villatc I are one
a one 1 I Mrs. C. J. Teat and daughter!I
hundred friends. I Lester, Florence Sawyer, Eliza-; 'I I = Mrs Ignacio Valdez; one ""* n.
I Miss\ Alice, left on the afternoon Sons Produce company truck, ignited
Tables were decorated in red,!beth Ayala, Mary Falk Pauline I E:Gerald W. Pinder, and six grand
white and blue, with ferns interlaced -]I Phelan Mary Louise SpottswoodJ' Mrs. Willard l\L\ Albury. wife train yesterday for Islamorada.1 I I } the gasoline in the carburetor childrcm.

with miniature cannon and Alice Jones, Julia Jones, and i of City Auditor Albury, who was where they will spend d; I this morning and the engine I i 1

soldiers arranged In martial ar Dorothy Bean. ii j I spending a vacation with relativesin of about three weeks. j I rll was soon enveloped in flames. PALACEMaurice

ray. These was served cake i Others who assisted were Mrs.' Miami, returned yesterday. I 1----1 I i Efforts to subdie! the fire with ;

sandwiches, punch and candies.In Wm. R. Warren, Mrs. W. H. Bain- | J sand and burlap bags failed, but :; Chevalier in

the yard were pagodas, with'! bridge, Mrs. Wallace Bryant! Dr. and Mrs.\ Wm. P. Kemp ter. Patsy who were spending a I kI -_____ ---- .-- --- two men from the local army post;i FOLIES BERGEREwith
trailing bougainvillea and Japanese -, Kirke, Mrs. Edwin Trevor and who was in Baltimore for several vacation of four months with Mrs. I on a government truck saw the !,
; I platters recommend drain and remove the center pulp j -
Crawley's parents Mr. and Mrs. VEGETABLE trouble, went to the assistance of',
weeks .
and in the centerof Mrs. Jerry Trevor. I were returning passengersover
parasols most highly to the keeping the outside Intact. Chop I
Otis and other Ann Suthern-Merle
Sweetinjj relatives Obregon
each pagoda a bowl of deli-f The party was one of the most i, the East Coast yesterday.Mrs. thrifty housewife Just now. not the pulp and add twice Its quantity the owners and subdued the flames )
left yesterday afternoon to join I
I I with a chemical extinguisher. Matinee: 10-I5c Night: 15-25c
cious punch. delightful social affairs ever given I Mr. Crawley at San Diego, Calif. only because they offer every reQuirement of chopped Brazil nut, and son I ;

Mrs. Malone and Mrs. Woodward -) in Key West and the pleasure of Waldo Johnson left over I I for a well balanced, bread crumbs. Season with salt 1---------- ,--- -- ---- ---

wife of Colonel M. R. Woodward -( the hours were made more en- the East Coast Saturday after-I Mrs. Harry A. Kerr and dau h-: pleasing and easily served meal. pepper paprika and bits or butter. ---
the commanding officer of, trancing by the program of classical noon for New York: 'with brief but they are most economical as Fill the onions ana top eacb with a
the 265th Regiment, received under -' and popular airs arrangedby stops in :Miami and Washington In : ters. Betty Kita. who were guests I whole Brazil nut meat wrapped to STEAMSHIP Co.
at the home of Mrs. Heir's well.Of bit of bacott Bake I
a : twenty minutes -
a bower of American flags Conductor Caesar LaMonacaand New York she will join Mr. John-|! broth-I course a vegetable platter j P & 0
er-in-law and sister. Mr. and In a moderate oven. With j UNITED STATES FAST
flowers and multi-colored lights. played by the orchestra of eon> who is an engineer of the S. meal must be wisely planned. The th.1. '
Ross C. left onions baked
in1 I i Sawyer yesterday serve: a potato. MAIL ROUTES FOR
I the 265th Coast Artil- I : vegetables themselves must com I i
Mrs. Malone was gowned Regiment S. Florida ,of,the P. and O. S. S.
afternoon for the home in Miami! beana. sliced tomatoes la a cup of
flowered chiffon with pink ac-l lery band.VIEWS. company, nowon' the run between : i iI plement each other both la nntrttlon&l lettuce leaves,: and any preferred I PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
flavors and colors.and .
----- I New York and Portland, Me. Mrs Ethel de Leon left yesterday -I Qualities pickle or relish. 1 j i I Effective March 18th 1935
--- --- I one of them should be so prepared
(......................a* I afternoon for Miami, where I as to form the piece de resistance Spanish Spinach Is",another favorite ;" 122o Leave P. 51.I .Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
Circle Miss Barbara' Adams brother : platter vegetable. Wash well I
Pythian she will spend several weeks as: to take the place of the I
and cook in aa Uttle water aa possible I I Leave Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays
AND REVIEWSWhat Billy, children of Conductor of her and dau
guest son heartier meat product.
Holds Meeting hter-in-I I Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and
% to Vi peck of spinach I
Cuy Adams, of the F. E. C. Railway :
> l law. Sir and Mrs. Nuts supply both protein and days, 6:30 p. M.
drain thoroughly and chop very i iHoe. I
Wednesday afternoon the Py, who were in Key West as Leon. i ii fats It they are rightly chosen and Place la a aKlllet with 1 to 1 Tickets, R.s.rvatio.s and Information .t Ticket Office! blon'l
They Say Whether guests of their uncle end aunt. enrich the platter wonderfully 1
vegetable tablespoons of butter or other fat. Dock Pkon 71
Sisters Needlecraft \lr- .
Mr. and Mrs. John N. Costar. leftSaturday i W. II. Sanborn
Dr. and :
Right Or Wrong : arrived particularly if they are and 4 tablespoons ot chopped Brazil ;
its weekly meeting at the home J. H. COST:R.Ag.at..
afternoon for their homein. I
of Mrs. William Sands. :I......................... on the morning train yesterday -' Brazil nuts which combine dell- nut meats. Stir over the lira I I
.Miami. | for a brief visit as guests at cloudy with many vegetables. while the butter melts and the nuts i
The afternoon was spent in Joseph Robinson: U. S. Senator the home of Mayor and Mrs. Wm.Ii' Onions with Brazil Nut Stuffing brown slightly then add 1 to S ta- I -- -- -- -- -

sewing. Later delicious refresh-I I from Arkansas. : Mr. and Mrs\ Raymond Curry II. Malone. (Illustrated) make a very tasty substantial blespoons of flour and continue j I I

ments were served. j "The desire for early adjourn- I left over the East Coast Saturday I I main dish for a vegetable stirring till well mixed and bUb- !1

Those present were: I; ment is recognized and will be afternoon for a visit of several Mrs. Rosalind Palmer returned I II platter. Select mild flavored white bling. Pour In slowly 1 cup of milk 1I

Mesdames Leland Sawyer C., promoted in. every practical way." days in Mjami.\ J I yesterday on the morning train i i onions. Bermuda or Spanish for and simmer till nicely thickened. I I Hotel

C. Brown Laurence Higgs, Jr. from Miami where she had been I preference of regular size and not Fried tomatoes buttered carrots I a Leamington

George L Knowles, Jr., Constance Lawrence W. Cramer appointed G. R. Steadman. manager of the visiting for one week. too large. Cook In boiling salted lima beau and cold slaw combine'

McDonald Corinne Jerman Arnold Governor Virgin Islands: Western Union Telegraph com- I I water till partially tender then, excellently with the spinachfor I

Key, W. P. Archer William "I am not a nudist never have rany. in Key West left Saturdayfor i Mr. and Mrs. William II I- -. _. -_ _____ _., __ ,___ I "Miami's Most Popular Hotel"N. !

Sands.. been a nudist never have been in the weekend'lith his family, who were spending a vacation r.I'I the East Coast visit with relatives in Miami. \ E? tat '
for Street
This week the club will meet at; a nudist camp and don't want toCatherine who are summering at Miami relatives in Johnson City. over yesterday a I at Biscayne Boulevard

the home of Mrs. Corinne Jer- be." : Beach. I and other points in the states, returned -I Miami and Islamorada. I Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay
iian. I yesterday.Jack I -- '
Opposite Union Bus Station
I II. C. Stallworti! who was in I! Frank Bentley was a passenger Mr. and Mrs. George J. JtJm-1

<*....................... I. "A Curtis, woman trade investor in the I Key West for two weeks as truest I Jackway, Miss Ruth Beth-!1 I on the afternoon train yesterdayfor son and children, who wcrj spend-;i One Block from Shopping District

woman can of Mr. and Mrs.\ Thomas Whit-I el and Miss# Dorothy Parks werei ',, a short business visit in :Miami. ing a while with relatives and 1: And Amusements
market and take her winnings
.- II marsh left yesterday morning over visitors yesterday at the home of friends. left on the afternoon'!
i her losses just as well as a man"i the highway for tae. home in Jacksonville -j Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Cullingford I I Attorney Bart A. Riley, who train yesterday for their home in; LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED

I accompanied by Mr. and I J on Newton street left in the afternoon I|! Miami. Room
By RED KERCE I Jacha Heifetz. famous violinist: Mrs.\ Thomas 'Vhitm rsh. and their I came in Saturday for a brief business !- I Single with Bath $1.50

........................ i "Within a few years classical son! Hiram J. Whitmarsh. Hiram for Miami I: visit and was the guest of I Double Room with Bath _u__ ZOO
1 Robert Rivers left the afternoon
I on -
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gaiti at the
"Since I've been back to Europe -f music will draw more people to Whitmarsh will remain in Jack- Miss Grace Viera who was!
train yesterday for hU horn ALFRED
I I home White street left Managerrei'
'the on yester-
stadiums of America than foot.
I am convinced that the sonville where he is employed] : spending a week with relatives ia in Princeton after a visit of two
afternoon Miami.
American girl is the most beau-; ball." while his parent4 will be away for i Key Wes, returned yesterday day weeks as the guest of Mr. and I

tiful thing in creation."-Maurice; several week I ernoon to her home in Miami. r.n-I Sirs\ Ralph Pinder. v -_ .. -.- -- -
Chevalier. It seems that MauriceIs : Rush D. Holt. U. S. Senator from Mrs. Rosalie Martinez: left on
bent on securing a divorce in I :Weit Virginon ,undergoing \!. Mary J. Saunders left Sat i Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Thompson. I the afternoon train yesterday for Subscribe to The Citizen.

America. yet. I!I an operation: urday afternoon over the East daughter, Miss Phyllis and son. j a visit with relatives and friendsin ; o t1s

-- I I j "It isn't the first time I've been Coast for Miami where she; will remain Ed.. Jr., who were spending a, Miami.

Clark Wood is so crooked until knifed-the politicians have. looke.l indefinitely with a son-in- while with Mrs. Thompson's parents MONROE THEATER r';

he 'opens home brew bottles with after that." law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.C. Mr.\ and Mrs. Thomas Whit-! )fro and Mrs. II. E. Kemp, who Jeanette McDonald and Nelson I

,his little fingers. I Richmond. She was accom- marsh left Saturday afternoon :, were visiting for a week in Key! Eddie in

I Hanvlton Fish Jr., Member of panied by Mrs. Broward Saunders for the home in Jacksonville, ,' West as guests of Mrs Kemp's! NAUGHTY MARIETTA = onIlD

We hadn't thought much about'I Congress from New York: who will return in a few days. i where Mr. Thompson is employed ; Mater, Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Bernard j Matinee Balcony loci Orch

the NRA eagle. However. it does "If Germany. Italy. France or as airbrake mechanic with the I Allen, left yesterday afternoon: t- I

seem that) it was a shame to holda England were situated here they Secretary of State R. A. Gray. 'I Fruit Growers Express. for the home in Miami. I tra. 15-20c; Night: 15-25e

dead bird from its grave for so would have seized Mexico and who came in Saturday for a visit I I that wear

long a time. i Cuba a century ago." to the National Guard encamp- i II. L. Hall, of New Smyrna.!II l\Irl) and Sirs Ab Roberts son ajaek.o.ltle'. 5...,.. .....,"

----.. ment, and was the truest of Col. I who was spending a few days in'; Willard Roberts and daughter best

Hitler wants armament and an W. Warren Barbour, United States M. R. Woodward and the camp I Key West as the guest of his.. Mrs. Minnie Symonette anal I son THE SEMINOLE

increased population. Ire this case, Senator from N. J.. officers left Saturday for Miamien I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Robert, left yesterday afternoon

necking as well as armament, is "The power to tax its.citizens is route Tallahassee.. Mrs.. J. F. Cherry left yesterday j lk
pcrmissable. the most sacred trust lodged in the for his home. I" 1

hands of any government" W. SRoberts: came in yester- I BENJAMIN LOPEZ ;; ,

The man who "pays as he goes," day from Miami for a short stayon Wm. R. Porter president of the : FUNERAL HOME Kgfeeljjlp

by all accounts does most of the Ephraim Keyser. Sculptor. business ,and, pleasure' First National Bank, left yester-' Serving Key West

good work on foot. "Women's figures today are day afternoon for a brief busi: Half Century 1 135"JurfcMMvMI The Carey Roofs we sell are made by a manufacturer witha
more beautiful more perfect than Sirs. Annie E. Russell and I ness visit in Miami.
I 24 Hoar Ambulance Service 60-year record of success. Including shingles and roll
daughter Mrs. Joe Natolis, and I
at time since ancient Greece.
Maybe the millenium ushers-in any wid'ow. and Licensed Embalmer I roofings In a wide variety of weights .and colon, there
Francis' daughter
will l inaugurate curb service at the son. B. D. Trevor, head of the Tre-, I Phone 135 Night 696-U j '
appropriate time. Edwin Markham Poet: grandson; who aocompanied'the vor and Morris interests, left. *. FUrlda- are types for all kinds of buildings

"Real poets will 'built!< ----' -- -- ; inetitOilonwhere \
for burial retrrned to their! A human, home-like
The Republicans "grass root I idealism of the people"Ens West I' you will' find 7.." ..d......, the world; that's why they can b. sold at price no
homes in Miami yesterday afternoon -
convention" fails to arouse any e.s.f.re and rntertainmrnt a matter higher-and many times lower-than untested materials.let .
I of great importance
fear in our mind. We remember Brown N. Y. Justice of the
free estimate and thus that
-0-- us give you a prove we
when bothered with the thought I Peace: Miss" Maria Crespo. who was in A ateel rire.....r .II..1r located
"I don't mind a girl: wearing I .. can save money for you.
that only a certain species eat Why Take Chances Ia the beset eke city
short: at all; some of them lore Key West for a few days with -
grass.A ( pretty nice. her parents and other relatives, Every Room with Combination Tab SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENC. CC
left yesterday for Miami and will and Shower Hath. Radio Electric
senator says that little pigs Petting San Slat Door for Summer "Your Home U Worthy of the B<<.lf
several of Food
there embark to spend '
are the cutest things on earth. Gordon Mae Creajh Explorer and Spoilage Ventilation Comfortable Sleds with Phone 598 Whit A. Eliza Sta.J .
former resident Ethiopia: weeks in northern summer resorts. Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction -
They, however, look better to re- before returning to her home in and Individual Read
would meet
"An Italian Army
liefers when in salt. ing Lamps.
only untrained nad unequipped :Miami. { \ ''It..f. when for as little as SEVEN .+, RATES =

Give a politician enough rope hordes of native warriors. These CENTS A DAY you can + TN! n_... Private Bath _,_Slag' 3.-

and soon he'll exclaim to the others will be grogeously dressed, and Relief for have the protection that a .M Row,..*. Private Bath, _._ ._ :.SIt
they have terrifying battle cries. Quick : (. n**wo. Private Balk SJW
: "Aw, go: hang yourself. General Electric Refrigera- 4'' 1* R.._*. Private Bath .- ,_ aji.
but could hardly makj vmr. "
1 they 1* Saaiplc R**_.. Private Batkl.l 4.ee
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