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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 19, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME LVI. No. 197. K$Y WEST, FLORIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 1935. I'i. nvE CENTS



Of Powers Outstrip Pre-Wan CIVILIAN' CAMP I SURINERS ARE Monroe

Many Big ACTIVITIES NOW 1 SHOWN BIG TIME County Projects In WPA



Days In Running Up Bills For Arms ; FULLSW1NG: i I 1 ONVISIT HERE,I I


-. -- I -- r Program Approved Washington

TWO KEY WEST.,f30Y REPRESENT ENTERTAINED AT BANQUET

Mounting Armament ShownTo OUTLINE PROGRAM ASHURST DIARY, I CITY IN WORK: PRO. AND DANCE SATURDAY.1 -- _


Be Burden Of SevenOf 1 FOR ADVERTISING i J it f STRICT SECRET, CRAM FOR DEVELOPMENTOF I'I EVENING; THOROUGHLY,I NATIONAL GUARD I. VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS TO HE MADE IN

Leading Nations Of YOUNG MEN ENJOY STAY IN CITY KEY WEST IN GOVERNMENTAL; ACTIVI-
STATE RESOURCESLETTERS YIELDS AN ITEM UNITS LEFT FOR

WorldBy I TIES; EIGHT PROJECTS LISTED IN PROPOSED -
he--;
Special! t. The 4 HUca) Though a brief time, HOME SATURDAY

FORWARDED TO SENATOR FROM ARIZONA I FORT SCREVEN, Ga., Aug.!j visiting members of Mahi :Shrine: ,i PROGRAM

ALEXANDER R. GEORGE GOVERNOR IN FLORIDA I KEEPS PERSONAL DIARY OF 19.-The first and second week j 1 Temple, Miami, who were jthc I r

(lly wcUte4 Press i guests of the local branch LARGE NUMBER OF FRIENDS (fly MM-ialr4 Pees
[ of theI i )
WASHINGTON Aug. 19.-The MOVEMENT URGE ALL OF HIS MANY EXPERIENCESIN of the 1935 Cl\I.\ T. Camp at Ft. i
l I organization in Key West,,I ASSEMBLE AT.RAILWAY JACKSONVILLE, Aug. 19.Among the WPA pro-

rapid acceleration of military HASTE POSSIBLE SENATE CHAMBERSBy Screven has passed and the third : thoroughly enjoyed every moment -' jects approved at Washington are the following for Mon-
i DEPOT TO BID FAREWELL
preparations particularly in the week has started, with every in: I of the stay. ''I roe county:

Saturday J TO SOLDIER BOYSi Construction of reservoir
evening in the Plaza annex to City Aquarium,
last two :year ha* piled upon the (Special !. Tae (j.II.rs) HERBERT PLUMMER dication that this year's camp will *

TALLAHASSEE, FU4; AuI" 19. (fly Ass.elated Pr ..) ,praTe no exception to the splen- Restaurant, guests and hosts, en-I $7,876.
taxpayer of the seven great WASHINGTON, Aug. 19.- I joyed a delightful dinner at whicha Dredging channel for small boats at Garrison Bight
-In letter forwarded,.from here did record of all previous camp i i Departure Saturday night of
I number vf talks made ,
power an armament burden much Perhaps the most unusual *pd interesting I The young men have worked into were bj i i i Headquarters Battery, Batteries in Key West harbor, $24,473.
I &y J. P. New.lL..ecr.lary.to GOT. i louis and visitors. Reshape resurface and oil road from State Road 4Ato
heavier than the staggering load document in Washington their more or less strange mode of I Later the group repaired to the!' "A" and "B" of Jacksonville, the I ,

I eraor Dave Sh tu..district chair.I I living and are beginning; to de- i i Habana-Madrid Club where danc-.!!' medical detachment and Battery : Golf ,Course on Stock Island: $7,809.I .

of pre-world war days. I men of th.. G cr.OIl.Al1Florida'I( ton, but one which few people I velope the jaunty stride of real,I'ling' singing and music was en-,! "D," of Miami brought to a close I Installation of water distribution system and greens -

Expenditures for national defense I I have seen and the general public veterans. jjoyed[ for several hours the bulk |I the most successful period of i house facilities at Botanical Garden, 8542.

by the seven powers in the AdTCrtuSnjvCommittee, Mere urged I may never see, i* the personal I I Perhaps the most interesting''I i of the by entertainment a quartet from being the chan-furnished -I j Florida National Guard peacetime i!' Filling?grading, and oiling First street, Flagler to

financial year 1935-1936 arc estimated "to ..ake.8&,IPuch. progress a* in the, work of the entire camp i is now Icing :, ters of Mahi Temple from Miami,,'I 1 activities since Key West was |1 Roosevelt Boulevard, $9,442.
of his experiences
at a grand total of $5- humanly possible by the time the I diary I' initiated. Daily in additionto i and a pianist of the group who I j designated as a permanent camp. '1 Drain pond southeast shore Boulevard and construct

160000.000, more than three senate kept by Henry Fountain their close order drill squads I i i presides at the piano for many ol,I! From the date of their arrival. culvert, $4,045.
governor return about September I the I I August 4, until the order to break
times the principal broadcasts from
$1,597,633,502 outlay of the young soldiers march to the !I s.ta- Recondition
Kindergarten building $864.
I A hurst, a senator from Arizona [tion 'j camp was issued Saturday, ; ,
rifle and WJOD. j every
rifle automatic
for military preparedness by 3, so we will hare cheering I pistol r '
I of Construction road Atlantic Boulevard
I II phase! military life on 15260.
t I was rehearsed -
; there to Yesterday some of the singers
admitted to machine-gun
those nations in 1910. Moreover, since the state was ; ranges go: ; ',
new for him." i I I through: various exercises necessary ,[I were heard in local churches, at' including! those activities ---- ------, --
war between Italy and Ethiopia the Union. for the development of good i I morning services. In the after'I'j' which arc extanat in times of war

would greatly increase this year's The committee has established his scat backin I marksmen prior to the actual useof i I' noon they visited points of inter and despite a few setbacks by PATROL HEARS TO MAKE REPLYTO
took
Since he first I
rains
arms budget. a goal of $425,000 the fund to be live ammunition. Riflemen and ,, est and later assembled at the the schedule of training wall!

Agreements Failed used the forthcoming season in 1912, the big, genial, onetimecowboyfamed automatic1 riflemen must learn the i railway terminals to await the >completed in its entirety officersI
r of the regiment said. PLANS TO RUN COURT ORDER
colleagues
his train for I
advertising Florida's resources among | proper( position to assume in order I If Miami.
Since the autumn of 1933 when I ,;
and ability hold rifle While at the the Saturday night; from (6:30 j until
for his diction ; to the steady station sing: '
Germany withdrew from the disarmament and recreational facilities as a phrase.maker-fron day to fbeat,f I must learn how to adjust the, I ers again pave vent to their exuberance 8:30:: o'clock, the streets were ;s CITY SATURDAY t IN RIVAS' CASE
the
throughout north. thronged with members of the
cunference and the ; ;
day during the sessions of the senate leather slings: to their arms to I'I by entertaining the i I
League of Nations, attempts to "This movement is very close to has set down his reactions to I I'align their sights; on the target,waiting group, several l1un.frM.'ith .i several companies including the II I
officers and families all) intent '
reach an agreement on the the governor's heart" wrote the many stirring scenes he has u I I tn set their sights at the proper[ i I I a number of songs which j enjoying l.last eveningwith MEMBERS ASSEMBLE AT BAY-t MAYOR lAND CITY COUNC'/-
upon( ; one
tion of armaments have limita-I Newell, "and just before his de- witnessed and in which he has elevation and with the proper correction I were thoroughly enjoyed. They the many friends of former VIEW PARK AND RECEIVED TO FILE REPLY IN CONNEC-
parture to enjoy the first real taken part. i for the force of the wind. i were singirg up to the time Conductor ; "
standstill. Nazi Germany's rearming -;' days and those made during thi:
a I rest that he has had since he has I He allots a separate page for I! Machine gunners must learn the n: Allen railed "all aboard., visit. I!I INSTRUCTIONS ON I RUNe TION WITH MANDAMUS ISSUED -
other frictions in Europe'and alignment and adjustment of the In the visiting E. e
were
been governor he requested me to each daily session of the senate. group Up until 8:30 o'clock caught '
I ; 't IN CIRCUIT COURT
the East have resulted in1! of the how to traverse E. Westman. Mami NING GOVERNMENT
Far take the matter up personally'with The pages then are deposited in a, sights gun.; potentate of i 1 and activity could: be heard and i __ I
bigger appropriations or extraordinary -' you in his absence." strong box under lock and key. : and search their: targets. It is all Temple; Fred Delaney recorderof '
seen on every hand. Suddenly! it M! \ Ju, Mayor Win. II.. Malone and
Members the Wet
I! interesting, this work-many Mahi of Key .
Temple Issler. II.
credits for sea. land and t According to the campaign information Those whom the senator permits very ; Harry j seemed there was a cessation; of I '
folder mailed with examine the contents of his 'a surprised yojn man discovers L. Oppenborn, E. D. Hansen.: ,I movement and sound, and lookI '*,ior Patrol this morning heard. _the. < rnej|J..TL.Pi ijjyjf T cOlln-il will __
forces of great military :
fir .aLt.! NeweHV:letter the various boards strong box usually are pledged! that fimig a rifle is more than a Frank Pepner Joe Dillon. G. Vf.,Iuhere.one would. uniforms were i' plans for running: city and count?'t J tomorrow file ir circuit court the.

countries and'mdllt of the second-I of county commissioners have I to secrecy. Occasionally however -''mere matter of shoolirg at a target Morgan T. E.. Price. W. F. Blan-j I not to be seen and hundreds of the I governments, and the Key West!' ,I reply to the mandamus recently i is-

ary powers. been requested to appropriate he will ease up a bit and l and that firing a machinegun ton. W. R. Becker and M1. K.I regular promenaders had also disappeared I sued! out of the court of Judjr"
France, taking steps to be prepared is a more complicated: proposition Warriner.FLORIDA'S. J Administration, for an hour next'! .
$160,000 of the total through contributions allow the use of a story or so. | from the scene, and on P "' ul Barnes relative to the ca J'
"for any emergency hasa than would appear when j Saturday morning. The patrol
from their funds j jof Captain of Police Event R,
Adams Not First their the railroad station. I
to
defense budget of $930,000,000 I I, viewing a gangster picture in the S e e...........s e e..a..e.' way : I members gathered at Bayview i Rival the of
amounting to 10 cents per capita. One of the most interesting ce.- i 1 There by the time the train was I against City Key
this almost four times its movies.
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year The 'WISE MAN'Daytona j I'trk for the meeting. W I'st.
1910 expenditure ''of $242.5571l29. remainder will be sought cerns his experiences as the first And and all concentratemind nude ready for leaving, was as. ,
through intensive solicitation of one wmhled. several hundred Between the of The alternative writ of mandamus
name of the alphabetical list of the a crowd: of hours 11 a. m. '
Germany renouncing the and body to attain
hotels and restaurants, transportation hence the first ( Beach Observer) Key Westers to bid farewell and next all 'go'rrnmenlal :' issued byJudge Barne> 'demands
Versailles treaty and its arms restrictions senators and man coveted badge of the expert .shot. I I .noon Saturday, *-
expended an estimated companies real estate brok- to vote on all roll calls. This week will tell the tale-from see..........eo......... ) to their friends and express offices of the city and I f that e captain be re.ta'i f..|
"before t.h.
business that 1936 will them i to duly August 20. or
ers, large interests and 'the hope see
$397,000,000 during the fiscal Prior to the last congress, with today to Thursday inclusive the In the opinion of millions, the county and Key West Administration I the city Show cause why thin actiorf
the Fort
various all) back gain at
state
year ending April 1 last in laying!I departments. the exception of a few months at ranges; will resound with the crack age-old claim that King Solomonwas Taylor reservation.Not once will' be administered. by members |should aot betaken.
the foundation for a formidable! Originator of the state-wide aduverti.ing the beginning of the Hoover administration of the bullet and the whine of I the wisest: man of history is of the entire of the patrol. Fallowing the filing of the reply -

military machine. The outlay ml I I Sholtz took the program initiative Governor Ashurst's name has the ricochet. discounted! by the fact that the of the one 265th Regiment personnel was II. Stewart Leonard director of ,: i.i i is> understood, a date will

1910 for the Kaiser's miphtyl) than month more headed the alphabetical list off I' Meanwhile the athletic pro-!; great ruler permitted himself to left behind when the train departed public relations, spoke to the pa- be set by the court for oral bearings : -
forces exclusive of colonial a ago when he called senators since he first became aj! gram; begins; in dead earnest. Fif- be wedlockcd to several hundredor trolmen this morning outlining the :' in the matter.
troops was $305,228,120. iJapas'a t a meeting in Jacksonville of lead- member of that body. At the'' ty-six boxers, under the experienc-1 a thousand possessors: of dainty on schedule time 9 o'clock, except -. procedure to be fcllo-vcd Satur: : -- ---
small who were to
ers throughout the state. Laterhe present, Senator Adams of COlo-J ed leadership and coaching of that "rock a 'group day. !'
Increase Fourfold j' tentacles of the kind leave the highway yesterday,
agreed to head up the eam-l rado, is at the top of the heap. I Lt. Gregory, O. R. c., and Priv-. the cradle and-fool the world.. over Thosa who will be in cnTge of :CUBA TRANSPORTS
Since the in 1931 morning.
r beginning ofl paign as committee chairman.The "I have never become accustomed ate Knecht and Widner, of the! Therefore I nominate the the vario-j governmental officer i
as
the Manchurian conflict. Japanese' governor has indicated that to hearing Adams' name! regular Army, daily undergo! to the bril- are being elected from thin' mem- I.,!I 276 PASSENGERS
present-age successor
army and navy expenditures have the county ioards: might; set aside first" he records in Ws diary., rigorous training to insure their j liant and beneficent son of David PLAN CONCERT I 1 cr hip of the jn.iior patrcl. \!i
more than doubled while the increase for advertising purposes part of the in physcial shape'
"Being first on alphabetical being perfect i __ __
who would be designated as a
since 1910 is fourfold.Japan's the funds now received from the list is more difficult than one'! prior to any bouts. one DRAKE ARRIVED
I Florida Cracker but for the fact TOMORROW AUTO RUNSINTO TANKER 1 J. -
military budget; this year state racing commission. It was would imagine, especially if thej The first games of the baseball i that! he born, not in these', ,
was
is estimated at $296.000,000 com-, shown thatft.TI'up l, have increased chap be a conscientious fellow. I i season have been played. "B"< IN PORT YESTERDAYWITH
pared with $132,000,000 in 1931 ,hiMcss. "than five' years lie that he made it prac- Company being victorious over} United States but in the great I CORNEOUILDING: ;
says a of : :
"State Key
from and independent ;;:; ] i OIL FOR F. E. C.
and in )
$72.639,645 1910. $9.000 annually. to "approxi tice never'to let his name pass in-j "A" Company. 7 to 3, and "C" nominee's BAND TO PRIOR TO
Foreboding developments in :matelY' $20,000 :a j-gsrrj. tentionally and vote later. Often Company taking the game from f! West, which, in the. I .::..-- !
Europe and the Orient caused By "investing" of this ( boyhood sent "ambassadors not,, BENEFIT I1=RFORMANCFAT Steamship Cuba of the P. and l
some this his making "D" Company 8 to 1. L. S. Rentz. I
necessitated .
up; UPRIGHTS UNDER SHID ARE
senators and representatives, to .1 I ; 0: S. S. sailed Saturday
Great Britain increase company
to its mili- money in advertising channels to his mind during a split cecond.; of Coconut Grove, Fla., Company{ STRAND THEATER I
tary expenditures in 1933 for the secure "new business1 it1 'is the times he determined how he "G" turned in the best pitching' the Florida Capitol l by boat to CARRIED: AWAY IN !II afternoon for Havana with 276
first time in than :opinion of conservative Many New York thence by rail to Talla- first class passengers, eight !ec-
more six numerous ; 1
years. five
I would vote in the interval when, performance hurling innings !I
John Bull's defense costs, still advancing business leaders that'the county called and his', and allowing only one hit. hassee. In those .days, which are: CRASH I i II ond. four tons of freight; C!-.re"
heard his
he name uninformed |I i I i iI automobiles and 368 sack:: or
at boards will show return their not so long-gone as the Tomorrow evening the Key
are figured 736000. : on Key West is represented at the I
000 for the current fiscal year,, investment in the form of increased I answer. often |, camp by E. T. Woodson and J. would think, there waS not onlyno West Hosiitaliiy; BAnd will be 1 I,I Woikmen-this morning were ;, mail.Tanker
or more than twice as much as the funds from the racing A senate roll call comes Saunders. A'I railroad along the Florida East heard in a concert lasting!: 30 minutes i engaged: in making repairs to the j L. J. Drake of tin-

$313.625,040 outlay in 1910. '1510n. commi5-1 without warning. Frequently much', Coast, but no steamship line ran as a prelude to the benefit i, uprights sustaining the wooder Standard Oil company arrived in
depends on how the first man' le at the'' the sidewalk attached i! from Bay town,
Estimates for Italy's defense' boats regularly between Tampa, performance to given canopy over port yesterday
budget were put at $376.000,000! votes. I MRS. CYRIL GRIFFIN: Key West and Havana. I, Palace theater. The concert will; :: to the building at Front and i Texas with 50,000 barrels of foel

for this year but these figures are! VISITORS ENJOY IAye!f' My nominee as the revered He- begin at 6:30 o'clock and end at i: Whitehead streets. +j oil for the tanks of the Florida

expected to be thrown greatly out Ashurst relates the story of the'' DIED THIS MORNING I brew's successor is Dr. Joseph!:: 7 o'clock. I'I[ Saturday night an erratic driv- ,i i, East Coast Railway company.

of balance by Italian East African!. FISHING OUTINGROBINEAU prolonged filibuster in the senate[ Norman Fogarty, whose national, During the concert it is expected : :I'l r. it was said, crashed into the i Freighter Colorado, of the
preparations and the impending in 1915 on the chip purchase bilLi\ ly-known standing as a physician:': that those who have not secured ':1 structure and several of the up' i' Clyde-Mallory Lines, arrived 5:45

hostilities with Ethiopia. In 1910., I Democratic senators in charge of:: and surgeon, also as an orator,!:!,: tickets will do so and prepareto I i i tights were carried away. o'clock yesterday morning from
the kingdom of Italy expended: the bill hoped to break the fill: FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS TO have already been the subject of: be entertained with one of the I __ I i New York with shipments of

$103,172.181 for and I AND MOOTS MAKE buster by securing a roll calL Under BE reference in one of ..Fitz.." ar-;;:: finest programs ever presented in ,i TRAIN BRINGS !.'< freight for Key West concern-.
army navy MADE UPON ARRIVALOF
preparedness. EXCELLENT CATCH IN the rules of the senate when tides in an early issue of The Ob-i I, Kev West.Members. i[ i ii After unloading the ship sailed 9
I one senator answers to his name TWO RELATIVES server. ] of the band say they o'clock for Tampa.IMPROVEMENT.

Red- Army Huge LOCAL WATERSS. on a roll call further debate automatically Why do I seek to confer this,;, have compiled an interesting and i 191 PASSENGERS! --- --
Although reliable informationwith entertaining series i I
; of features to
is ended. t additional honor this native
upon I ;
respect to the huge Red' Ashurst's name was first. He, Mrs. Cyril Griffin 2'. died 1 of a "foreign state"! I I I be presented by some of the best :P ATLOCALAQUARIUM

Army of Russia is difficult to oh. P. Robincau. representative sat on the floor of the senate o'clock this mornin tn the residence Well, when I first glimpsed him I talent in Key Went. The program ,''MANY ARRIVING YESTERDAY :,

of tain Nations, arms experts have estimated of the League 1933; i; in the Florida legislature: from i 1 continuously for 54 hours and 10 I 1213 Knowles Lane. Fun-f in my boyhood he was repre!< :will be published tomorrow. I'I j REMAINED OVER UNTIL \
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Dade county, and W. P. Mooty,j minutes waiting! forhis name to eral services will be announced ing the Monroe county ent-I!
Russian defense expenditures ati| clerk of the criminal court of record be called. He was one of then upon the arrival of the fatber'O\pd' Florida in the State Senate, ADVISORYADVISORY :': THIS AFTERNOON i
6,500,000,000 nibles. While the i; of Dade. were out fishingyes most important figures in brother of the disceased. J later he. Iserved.as mayor'of CONCRETE WALK LEADINGTO

rublehas no exchange value out-'' terday as guest of RepresentativeBernie celebrated parliamentary battle. Pritchard's Funeral Home is'in Key West and 'Sfc: Augustine. j I 10:00 a. m.-I i From the number of excursionists ENTRANCE HAS BEEN

aide of Russia.! ; Soviet military expenditures -( C. Papy: of Monroe county At night he slept on a sofa in I charge of arrangements. I But that aint all. {: Tropical disturbance apparently;i i arriving each Sunday from Miami

have been figured: and caught a number of fish. ,, the senate chamber and duringthe !Airs.I Griffin u survived by her I Since he came to Daytona,,of slight to.moderate intensity' there seems to be no aLateIment -- CONSTRUCTED
roughly as representing the equiv-t)' The tackle t'ey: used were ex- day he sat in his seat. As husband, Cyril Griffin; one daughter Beach from the Ancient City in;: central: about 400 miles northeast I( in the interests of Miamians! y_

alent of 1525000000. Czaristic'ceptionally light; for these -? so happened his name never itl Mary Louise and non. Earl, 1927 he has been besieged; with of Turks Island, apparently mov'I' and visitors to that city in the reasonable Visitors to the Key West

Russia expended $326,816,188 for: bet they brought in come! ; called.: | Lamont; her father and two requests to run for mayor of Day-. ing 'northwestward. Caution advised rates offered by the F.. aqoarinm will in the future be
defense in 1910. I t arracuda, one bonita, and a'atel1.1 "As evidence of how I was brothers. I tona Beach and has refused to listen -! vessels in path. C. Railway company. F"I able to reach the building withoutthe
The United States erecting the ber of hogfish grunts and keyed up." he wrote in his diary, to the "siren calL" |i j l Each Sunday there arrives not fear of muddy feet in wet

largest peace-time military establishment -;, fish. and one fine jewfish. "near the end.of the filibuster, LAUGHS IN COURT I In .other words, when "Joe" COVERS MANY MILES lens than 150 passengers! for the I: weather.
I in its history, is allotingi Returning s'lortly before five I while I lay sleeping on my sofa in ; Fogarty. successor to Solomon I Ii afternoon in Key West and some- Today there was completed a

some $900.000,000 for defense. o'clock. Mr. Rol'neau? and Mr. the rear of the chamber, I dreamed CHlC-AGo.-Wben reprimanded -]; quit politics-why,. he quit poli i CHICHESTER, Eng. Henry times there are a number who remain :! concrete walk, 10 feet wide. leading -
purposes Of all kinds this )'ear.i! Mooty just bad time to reach the that The clerk had called my : for laughing in court while his' tics. Carpenter of this city retired as a until Monday. There were!: from; Front street up to the

In 1910. this country expended, hotel. pak their bag and return name. And they tell me that I, wife was on the witness stand, Marvelous! t postman after 42 years' service, 191 arriving yesterday and about I j entrance. The work was done bya

$223.594,399 for national defense -. to the station to catch the afternoon yelled out then and there: Joseph Murray of this city explainld -I Marvelous! I estimates that he has walked 153- 25 percent of that number remained -I I force of workmen under the direction -

purposes. ( train for Miami. "Aye!" I that he was "enjoying the lies." Hail] to Sol's Cracker Successor! 300 miles on'duty. over'to return this afternoon.I'I of Engineer Paul Ladd. -:

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THE WOMAN WHO WANTS TO MAINTAIN PEACE IN HER FAMILY, USUALLY SERVES HER HUSBAND WAGNER'S BEER AT- HIS MEALS. '.FACA 22RBB8Q ;

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TWO THE KEY'WEST CITIZEN
__ )IO\DA y. AUGUST 19, 1933. .
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mr : FOOTBALL IN AUGUST Charles Baker will be a social .eeeeeeeeToday's..............
Ctttjes
tp t ,J Jt I [
L 1-MiWUTE KEY WEST IN event of August 25. The affair.1.
Published Daily Except Sunday By \ SAFETY TALKS to be given by Mrs. Charles!
TUB. .CITIZK PfBMSHINO! CO. 1->C. What promises to be a "hot" football I '
Richardson at the home of Mrs.
DAYS
GONE BYHappenings
L. P. ARTMAJk, Pee.lae.tJOE Anniversaries
ALLEN.A..!.!..( !!..!.*.. Manager game in at least two respects will -be played By Don Herold r rI t J'I'William Bryant 619 William I
From The Citizen Building Here Just 10 l i street. OOOa00aeeoe.esS.a ee..e
in Chicago August 29 when the .
,
Corner Greene and Ann StreetsOnly' professional A,. Today A* T.kB FroB '
Daily Newspaper In Key West and Monroe Chicago Bears will meet an all- I The Files Of The Citi>*a :, 1560) -James Crtcliton Scottish

______ County star amateur team selected from this year's The trouble with'didnt \ .I I' As a result of the strike in the J.rodigy-a 1582.l.t61fadnne"vf'nturer.. born. Died
Kntrrrd: at Key XVe. ,Florida, as second class matter. .JuKt mean July 3,
KIFTV-SIXTH YEAR college graduates. The game will be hotly { At a meeting of city council sanitary department of the

Memkrr .t tk-A.e. frrmmThe contested, and the weather is likely to be you 1 S, you yt I 11.at! night the master of congested yesterday the'! force which went) du Barry, no-
Associated Press Is die traffic several on strike has been replaced by!
exclusively entitled to ue a V on streets and localities ]
I foe republication of all news dispatches credited to torrid also. 0 I toroi' French: figure' born. Executed
; other
is f'st t \\ : was discussed at length. men who have agreed toi
; i
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also ,) Dec. 7, 1793.1780Pgcrre .
__the local news published here. Frank Thomas coach of Alabama's It is the opinion of members of I accept the scale of wages paid by!I
mean the council that measures should Contractor Harry Gwynn. The)
famed Crimson Tide will act as head 1( ,
>*NAIIONAL) EMIOKIAl) be adopted to curt the actions of, men were bt>inK -paid $15 'Wt't'kIY.1They ) Jean de Beranger. -
coach fOI the college team assisted by I rrtional song-writer of France
"'j 1.1 ASSOCIATION NOT fiiany drivers who persist in park-' askel for $20. The new)
<=/t 193 .s Coaches Bachman of Michigan' State, > *!ing on Fleming/> street and on Du- force i is to be paid $18 >!burn. Died July 1C, 1857.
tp
StB! tIUPTIOHVTKS of Wisconsin Madigan of St. ) ,: val near Smith's lane and also onSmith's i ,
One Tear .._._._...... .........._ ....._....._..._$18.0. Spears arjd} lane. decided I 1793-Samuel G. Goodrich
Six Months .. ........_......... ...__ ... .. ..._ .00 Mary's California. These as well as the i It was to Editorial comment. Even the ("Peter Parley"). Doston-NVw
take the with the
mater I
Three Months J.U I i up city
One Month _.. .... on ..... _._............_......_._._ .85 players who will form the college squad relative to ordinances'stingy man i is often liberal with York editor nad author of about
Weekly _. .' ..n. ..... .. _..__n......._. -. .20 attorney I! his advice. 170 popvlar books torn at
Uidj
| the districts in which e.
were selected by popular vote of fans all prescribing
ADVERTISING RATES
Made known I parking"may be allowed without I field Conn. Died May 9, 1860.
on application. I over the country. The game will be play-
SPECIAL, JkOTlCB interfering with traffic. Maria Del Carmen was the
All reading notices cards of thanks resolutions ofrespect ed for charity,. under the auspices of the name given in baptism yesterdayto 1806;-Agres! MricL.hnd F.r.g-
obituary notices etc, will be charged for at
the rate of 10 cents a line. Chicago Tribune and a large group of PAVED WITH NO INTENTIONS B. Arthur Lowe, who is well the little daughter of Mr. and lish historical viler born. Died
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha 8 1874.
July ,
Mrs. J. Francisco. The ceremony
revenue is to be derived are S cents a line. newspapers representing all sections of the known in Key West and has con-
The Citizen Is an open forum and invites discussion Nobody intends to have automobile. bets with our wives or somebody ou siderable experience in law matters performed by Rev. P. I. Marnane,
of public Issues and subjects of local or general United States. I acci: en t&. I our careful driving.We I this nnoun'ce his in St. Mary's Star of The Sea 1835-Richard P. Bland. noted
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day candidacy
Interest bet It will not publish anonymous communi The trouble is have to get excited about ,
not enough people. got
rations Four of last season's Alabama play. intend NOT to. NOT having accidents. for the position of police! |church. Sponsors were Mrs. Car- Missouri congressman of his day.

ers, Lee, Hutson, Howell and Marr were The whole point is,danger is interest- It might be a good thing if every- justice. Mr. .Lowe has held the I I men Rosello and Felix Yado. known a:: "Silver Dick" for his

chosen for the all-star college but ing,and safety is rather dulL I body drove slowly around his block office of justice of the peace in ,advocacy of free silver, born near
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST squad, before starting anywhere in his car, i ; Hartford Ky. Died June '5,
I've often said that the :Monroe and his friends
reason we just making his mind NOT to havean county j, Reno Russell and Battling Doiae
only Lee and Hutson will.be able to up I j
1899.
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN par- have wan is that wars are entertaining, accident on that trip. consider him fully capable administering -will be featured in the main bout),
ticipate in the big game as Howell and while peace is just blab. What this country needs is one hun the affairs of police I"at the Athletic Club under
We will never have peace until we dred million people with the firm intention justice to which he aspires. they I II 1836-John Rock pinoeer California -
Marr\ are coaching in Mexico. About 40 I auspices of Rupert Knowles
can find ways to make it as thrilling as NOT to have automobile acci- t nurseryman, who came
1. Water and Sewerage. players will compose the squad from which war.. Peace games centres, parades: dents. It is the only 'way to lick our ; tonight. Russell is one of the heats I there in 1866 .born in Germ&ny.
music appalling automobile accident toll. We :Major A, C. Harper, accompanied -: boys of his weight and Doize: isI
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- the college team will be selected. travel, etc. /> Died Aug. 9. 1904.
could cut million accidents Mrs. arrived I '
a
Coffee while all right for our year by Harper considered by the muine.t'orps i i
land. many peope into half million IF WE WANTED --
While anything may happen in football a Monday from New York and the
happens to disagree with me. YetI boys at the naval station a* pood>
.,. Free Tort. it is unlikely that the young college used to be always yielding to The TO.One way is to decide to be somethingof I i fame day Major Harper left for I. as they come in the lightweight'' 1865-Albert P. Ohlmacher.
temptation drink Havana where he will be consulting noted Ohio and Detroit physiciannad
to it. Finally I
wrotea a nut on safety. When'we rememberthat class.'
stars will be able to do much if 'I
4. Hotels and Apartments. scoring note to Mrs. HeroW: "I'll give you in the last 10 years more than engineer for the Cuban patholofrct born at Sandusl jr.
6. Bathing Pavilion. any against the professional Bears. The $50 the next time I drink coffee." 290,000 persons have been killed, and Government Mrs. Harper, who i Ohio. Died Nov. 9, 1916.
Coffee n't tempt me more. between eight and ten million have the Kaw
any before her marriage was Miss Potato production in
6. Airports-Land and Sea. professionals represent the best of former I've got a bet on myself. 1'\: m:=ds it been injured in automobile accidents I 1 ( Subscribe The Citizen 20c
Maparet Warren, will visit for awhile valley of Kansas will be near 1,000 : to -
exciting NOT to drink it. according to records compiled by The
players and have been toughened
7. Consolidation of County and City I college Somehow, each of us has got to Travelers Insurance Company, 'we with her brother Williams R. I' carloads this year. ] weekly
Governments. by'.gruelling battles on the gridiron since make: cirrfut driving exciting, each for have to admit we ought to do something Warren and other relatives. .._- .-
himself Alavbe 'we oucht to make about driving and walking carefuliy.r : .
academic
their days. Besides they have
_. --..- One of the most important I!
been moulded into a superb fighting ma- II

After this the Miami i Herald will be chine through long practice together while events of the social season will be Ii:I
the reception to be tendered: We will be to have consult about
pleased us
chary with her Carey. the time for training the new all-star teamis I( TODAY'S WEATHER ] tonight to :Mr, end Mrs. J, M. Re-i::. you

very short. nedo by members of the San Car- how you can
los institute. Dr. Renedo is the
Everybody seems to expect better Most fans no doubt, would like to see and has

business this fall-so here's hoping. the youngsters win, but unless they get decidedly Highest .Temperature....-............... ___........89 I:I:and weather Tuesday paVtly; widely overcast scattered tonight j I II with president his bride from justreturned a honeymoontrip

the best of the breaks they have a Lowest .. ...79 i I II following his marriage to' Build Buy or
Nothing about the president slim chance to score a victory over their Mean ...:..:.::::::::: ::::::':::::::::::::..::84 I I showers. Miss Nieves Maria Urquiaga, a''' ,

crazy ; Normal Mean ...........................84 member of one of the oldest and
he keeps a Frankfurter near at hand. formidable opponents. Rainfall I WEATHER CONDITIONS most, prominent families in Cuba I Refinance Your Homeor


Yesterday's Precipitation .12 Ins.I j i ..
Miss Violet of
Lones. daughter
FACTS!
Normal Precipitation .... .13 Ins. j A tropical disturbance appartntr
Jupiter Pluvius is no respecter of '
;! Mr and Mrs. Frank Lones, who '
Till record eTrr :4-k.r peeled I! 1 I.;' of slight i intensity: was central modernize of
persons who are in the open unprotected. ......1( mt t> .>l eh. thU ttutrmtrnf. ,, this morning: about 400 wiles will wed Frank Hewitt U. S. repair or any type

lie soaks the rich and poor alike. And now the disagreeable fact creeps Tomorrow Almanac ]i i I'northeast of Turks Island apparently Coast Guard Service on August) building on insured credit

out that no "tax-the-rich" program, no Sun rises ..............._... 6:03 a. nt.1 I'I moving northwestward. 24 was the inspiration for the I

will Sun seta .................. 6:57 p. m. Pressure continues high!: over linen shower given yesterday I
South Florida believes the canal matter how confiscatory, ever produce Moon rises ................11:2-1 p. m.f northeastern section of the country afternoon by Mrs. Manuel Fernandez

across the state in the north will developinto enough money to make a dent in the Moon sets ..................12:,31: p m'l Binghampton N. Y.. 30.28: :: at her home 1024 Eaton The First National Bank of Key West
federal debts that piling inches, and is moderately low street Miss Lones was the recipient -
"the most unkindest of all." are up. Tomorrow Tides I IV
cut of beautiful
over the Plains: States. southern many presents.
The deadly fact is beginning to sink A.M. P.M. !
.
High ....L_= zL. 1:32 2:38 Rocky Mountain and Plateau reopo'ns : Approved Mortgage. Under the
into the minds of lawmakers well -
our as
I Denver inches. *
The governor of the state of Tabascoin Low .._......_.._... 8:37 7:34 i Col.; 29.74 "
a*' into the minds of our taxpayers that Showers and thunderstorms have I There will be a miscellaneous
Mexico made it too hot for the govern- Barometer a a. m. today: I been general over southeastern! shower tomorrow afternoon from FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION
the only to collect the billions of dollars -! Sea level 29.94WEATIIER .
s ment and so they fired him. Hot stuff. I way districts during the last: 24 hours. 6 until 8 o'clock honor of Miss
a year needed to meet present public with, heavy rainfall in portions of Ifacie Wells, whose marriage tb .

: expenditures, is by a tax that reaches' FORECAST I Georgia and South Carolina., -. ---- ---

The future generation should learnto I down into the toe of the sock of every individual Thomsaville Ga., 1.78 inches I _ _ __ :Ai
be (Till 8 p. m., Tuesday) ; Savannah. Ga3.04 inches; ioii'Wrsi/
pipers for there will be
a big'debtowing who has an incom.e above the Key West and Vicinity: Partly Charleston S. C_ 6.06 inches and ........................................................ ..............
them then and they can cash in- bare subsistence level.It cloudy with showers tonight and Columbia:;S. C.,. 2.98 inches. ..

Showers have also occured from
perhaps.The
has been predicted that within the
J Manitoba southeastward into In-
next five years we may claim the distinc- I 1I diana.

fact that. some residents of Key tion of being one of the most heavily taxed I 1 .. Temperatures are generallynear BUILDERS' SUPPLIES

West have greatly improved their homes nations of the world. E or above normal throughout I
the country this morning and :
by painting them ought to lead others to maximum readings of 100 degrees

follow the example.Will THREE DIE EVERY HOUR ocufred yesterday in portions of I

Arkansas. I

G S. KENNEDY Leaf
Rogers was a true humorist, and Three persons meet death on the high- *?&*r>>2 ) Officer in Charge. I Long '

his words left not a sting.. A true humorist ways of the United States every hour according Showers Partly Cloudy i Yellow S erwin

never offends and Rogers never did. Thatis to the July 1st figures of the National BENJAMIN LOPEZ q :
Tuesday; gentle to rnfwlerats% I Pine; and
why nation Council showing that 15,030 Williams
a mourns.If Safety winds mostly east or s-uthaf't. FUNERAL HOME I q

lives, were lost in motor vehicle casualties Florida: Party! cloudy: with Serving Key West i- Cypress

Governor Sholtz constituted him .;daring the, first six months of this year. showers Tuesday and :n extreme Half Century ..Iowa. Paint and I II I .b
t' south: portion tonight. Service .
Hoar Ambulance
24 ,
self a collector of what, la belle France ..-.Encouraging. however is the news Jacksonville tj Florida ? '
traksl Licensed Emba:mer I
I I I BrashesDisston :0
owes Uncle! Sam and brings. home' Uto. thaglJIj tes.and some of our largest< and East Gulf: Gentle to moderate t j jwinds Phone Night G96 $22.00 [

bacon, he will be the next president, .ofjthe. cities Jad substantial reductions in" the I m<-.-tly east or aouth'atl;. 135. I
4 .. : I
'.' I .
United States. :i ,death i; rate* North Dakota, with a 43 per i iI : : I

the with Rhode Island III I .
cent cut, led States, -

Every interested citizen in the United I' Florida, Idaho Illinois, Iowa Massachusetts : .I I II I i 'HAMMERS ? 0

States desired to have the holding com- I' :Missouri, Oregon and Utah also a.

panies regulated. They needed it most reporting large reductions. Why Take Chances i iI :: 35c I V"' :.

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assuredly. But when the administration

insisted on the "death sentence", it went STAMP OUT THE DEFICIT I of Food Spoilage i DP i Saws 0i
I
against the grain of American fair dealing I i ----" ::. : i ..

and did not pass. The New Deal is (DeLand Sun News) I
when for as little as SEVEN ___ :
all right if it is on the square. Now that congress is in a scramble over waysto 1 i
CENTS A DAY you can ,
raise more money and cut down the deficit, it 'i.+ .

The Citizen has lost number of sub- isn't well to pass this one. 'II have the protection that a !
a up General Electric Refrigerator :m=. I I = Just Received a Carload of Carey'sSimplex

scribers recently who gave as the reason It seems that the postoffice department sold, I gives you. Fod3.are '

for the cancellation of their subscriptionsthat from March 15 to June 15, $1,600,000 worth of a -
I
I kept at a constantly ideal :<'; .'({';; c Roofing $1.40 roll and :
the special series of stamps. s :. per up
neighbors were constantly pestering temperature. :Th efrigerai .> : .

them for a look at the paper which be- Now these weren't ordinary stamps. They i I tor with the seal d-in-steel t;:: I .

came so annoying that the paper was I weren't perforated and they weren't gummed. : mechanism need no Mten- :; : I ; Be sore to look over
stopped.Will. They were never meant to go on letters, and no tion-not even''oiHng--> ,.:.fls>. '
:
postman was ever to.walk a mile on account of carries a five jea-r'guBiBuiw:" T ? : ideal for Seers, walls and ceilkg i

Rogers' untimely death recallshis I them. I. on its most vital partthe: *! I .. .'' .

brief stay in Key West; some years ago I They were sold to collectors who put them in i mechanism... 1: .':l' {. t tIOLSdtTlI1S. FOOD1 : ; .: '"
r ,
2 silk
2 }
Ys
". PO.OCU*
after visit in Havana. impressed albums. There is something in stamp collectors
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a i Indelibly -! : 1 live sass 1 Ib. barter
Electric refrigeration is : .
anecessity 2pk cix.de 2 cjos fnut
on The Citizen was his statementon 1 that makes them buy such stamps and keep them. I Lice 1 boitle ccs.p
and not a luxury. 1 butt*.* cbcrncs 2 lb>.
the train en route to Miami. lie had The rest of us will never know what it is, but it's, Lat.ua.Mb&.roast 1 feewlletcace
t It i Economical Safe and : I t i tmtmmkft .
bought a copy of this paper and after read- there. f Durable.* Ask the hundreds :.cos'r.ratn> 2 r<:p: lr_t .i..<.cb.:2i.d South I Honda Contracting & Engineering Co. :
remarked to the colored Now these weren't ordinary stamps. They w.-- !y dose .aesI
ing it porter: I satisfied in Key I r......., I JI'
of users ..
"Tell those fellows in Key West I said they: weren't around $1,500,000. That means that this I' me .:2.I left at suer ot .er book co.' Plume 598 White tad Eliza Streets
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West. :.
are getting out a darn good paper for a performance needs only to be repeated about 18- I 1 ..ss.,'.b"'.-.I...tnrl. et ice.I e

town of its size." Having been on the boat' 000 times to pay off completely the public debt. I "Your home i* worthy of the best"

during the day all he knew was what he Talk about living by .taking in one another's The West Electric '.
I
Key Company .
read in the paper and this timeit hap- washing!' All we need to do is become stamp. col-: ................................. ........................................
pened to be The Citizen, lector and buy ODe another's stamps! :#"' IIII..I'.II'I.IIr.











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DAY, AUGUST 19, 1935. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN AGE THREE
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I READY MADE Mm I -- 1 1,I CAVE INN TEAM I II NO GAME TONIGHT! MATECUMBE WINS\



i_.._ *v CORALIE STANTONx TROUNCES BEER i AT BAYVIEW\ PARK!! FROMJAYERNIERDIAMONDBALL

trSOPStll ..oa..e 1.. '!. alone. And I win let the world know I I .
dot not oprrvw of certain. 0tttw SPORTS -
the whole of little
M
your
>.. m.d. by Mark Albery. her story pretty I
employer, eM. nap.lb.ry had game that yon and he have OUTFITSUNDAYiI j (By JOVE) CAME PLAYEDAT
beta ...... ,ha 4apreaeloa that ..
there had been comet!** tfamap- playing. Rex Moor as an been'l ,I The diamondbaJ! game t.at was
leg <* the ataiuAiy between will cease to exist""There EaYView'' SNAKE CREEK RESULTSIN
xhcduled )
Lo.n and Rem Moon, Alter?. r BASEBALL GAME PLAYED AT : toe played at
.tor iat.... Now Lawfe 4e tclli0. are other people she murmured Pat k tonight between the Bermuda -, SCORE OF 6 TO 2
her tormtr employer the wkolerrntk. fearfully. I j NAVY FIELD YESTERDAY
amt it rather relicrcif to 6.ntle Bikeiv ten and the Key
and dwtrait at "My dear girl you know better .. j
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a .0. very M --
the ., .,.ull. than that. You have been working '(1 1----- 1' AFTERNOON RESULTS IN West Finrmcns. !b:.s len ca led
for the firm for two years, and privately 1I SOCIAL I' I (By JOVE)
TIGERS INCREASE LEAGUE STANDINGS I 100PREORGANIZED SCORE OF 11 TO 7 A
Chapter 85 for me for quite a little time. I off.The diamond n game played last
THE TRUTH You know that I and my friends f i j I I po> po'mcn" of the week at Snake Creek's baseball

control practically all the air routes I LEAD IN ROUTING I test is due to the death! of n-I grounds between two fast clubs,

SHE flung the whole story at him of the world, the air fields the fillIng 1 I I AMERICAN LEAGUE (By JOVE) I'I' wife of Cyril Grif''in, the Matecumbe Stars and the Tov-

iconjfullr. and be listened In stations the dumps In the deserts Club- W. L. Pet. [ The Cave Inn baseball club defeated i ball and Lascb-ill player of Key ernier Tiger! resulted in victory

amazement. As Laurie's rich voice i and jungles, the people who NEW YORK YANKS Detroit .-_..-------...- 70 39 ;.642 HER&SUNDAYI the Wagner Beer nine at I .j for the Stars. 6 to 2.
keep the lines of communication on I'I New York ....-..*..._. 61 46 .570 West Pander for Matecumbe
rang out. be desired her more than land. With me behind him. Rex Boston m.-..__. ...-.... 58 53 .523 [ -' I the Navy Ball Field yesterday aft- I The game that was scheduled'or good frame and bad the pitcheda Tav-

ever and hated Rex Moore more than Moore, will be the greatest airman of I i|I GIANTS DOWN CINCINNATI Chicago ..._u_..._____ 54 51 .514 I LOOP COMPOSED OF FOUR ernoon. The final score was 11' tonight WOJM have been the ernier boys blanked until the ninth

ever' because It was so plain that sbc his time. Without me-he might as j ; Cleveland .._._.._..__ 56 54 '.1509; to 7. !I 1'first of the rew schedule of the framewhen he weakened and

loved'him and would willingly tar- well be dead.Laurleclaaped." 1{! REDS; CUBS AND CARDINALS Philadelphia .umn_' 47 6.423 1,1! TEAMS; FIRST::GAME WILL The moundsmen for both teams' i Senior Diam ndb ill League. they scored two runs.

nlsh her own character to defend her bands In agony; I .Washington ......._. 47 6.423 I| It was a very fat game.
she could not take her eyes from his DIVIDE DOUBLEHEADER ........ .._. BE PLAYED TOMORROW were hit freely I II.
St. Louis 39 68 .361 .
bis. 'I I .r I C. Hernandez featured at bat|I i..eee.e.e.... .......a e. Teddy Lowe, star pitcher of the

But why did Moore, go on with face.Albery's gaze ..alllxed on her unsmiling WITH OPPONENTS j I NATIONAL LEAGUE AFTERNOON with two doubles :and two singles I FOLLOWINGTHROUGH Tigers Matecnmbs was boys.easy pickings for the

Itr* he asked when she had finished. ,mesmeric. I I I Club- W. K Pet. I in five times np. Jones hit two I Score by innings: R. II. E.Iatecumw. .
"Because he said you'd never for- "Do yoU wish that to happen, or I New York ...._......... 70 41 .631 tries .
give him for deceiving yon and pretending will yon marry me? What do yon SlN'elal t_ The Cltliea) :!I St. Louis _......_.._... 67 43 .609 ,I (By JOVE) 'I singles in three 300- 000 030 6 10 4
he had a wife. Re said yon say?" NEW YORK Aug. 19.-:'The |, At a meeting held yesterday : In the field, J. Carbonell and I II -
II Chicago ..u..n.._.. 70 47 .598] Tavernier 000 000 002-2 4 5
thought such a lot of yourself and Laurie's brain moved In a tortured Detroit Tigers increased their lead Pittsburgh ..._..._..... 63 54 .538 j ji !'!! morning at BsyvicPark the So-I Wicker for-the Beer boys and E. : I BatteriesFinder end Eubanks:
1 i (By JOVE) I ;
circle. She thought she was going '
you couldn't stand being fooled and over the New York Yankees one i i Brooklyn ... ......... 53 59 .473 cial Diamondball League was re- Garcia for the Cave Inn nine played :I
be said I'd done well of mad for a few minutes. With Rex .u. I ...................... Lowe Finder and RcsselL
out being I more yesterday aftt'rnoonI I"Philadelphia ....___:. 50 '63 .442 ,; The following clubs good balL I II.
his widow for two.7ear., and owed she had been safe. He was a man of game jorgrnized.
R. :;: I have finished the
i II. just reading
I 'Cincinnati ..__...._..... 49 66 .426! I Score by innings: I II
It to him to help him In his Job. now honor. He was her hero; of him she I when they shutout McCarthy'smen j i agreed to play: Service, Cave Inn Cave 003 203 021-11 14 5 'Sanford Herald of Wednesday
Inn
bad beautiful memoriesnow. Boston ....__.__._..__.. 32 81 .2831 I
that he had come back. nothing but I 6 to 0. The Tigers are now Administration and Lighthouse. ; Wagner Beer- jj j[August 14, 1935. anti in his Sport:

"You're a good pair of sctofs. I the last. That thing he she did could not love hold her against was i eight games out front in the AmerI Holbrook! ; Winegarner and Phil-!i I!I The first game of the league I'j 101 200 1027 11 7 ,,,, Section Peter Schaal) has the following -I I

must sa1.remarked, but with a note Albery of concealed veryquietly ican League pennant race. i I I lip!!. .1[ will be played tomorrow after-I Batteries: M. Sanchez andi i iI | ) to say: "Buris Taylor] of RUSSELL'SCIGAR :s
him."What i Garbonell and! ] Wintrt1 Park infielder
Gabriel Wickers. was named -
anger; that frightened the girL Then. do yon say!" asked the I The Boston Red Sox split a i inoon: at 5:15 o'clock between thei i ; I j
FiC-::; : last night to succeed Sid Rivea
.. |! Rodriguez: Rueda. i
smooth voice again. "Comet It can'l.be I
j
be fixed his glowing dark eyes on doubleheader with the last plac: i Administration ten and the Lighthouse I I
her. "And so it was all a pretense- such'a difficult choice!" I At St. Louis R. H. E. i i I Summary: Errors: Rueda 2. manager of the Celery Feds.,

your married life?" I St. Louis Browns dropping the!! Boston _...._._.*....._.... 5 10 IJ: crew.Thursday. I I Rodriguez 2, J. Navarro, Domen- The board of directors of the club I I

"It was a pretense" she said dully. AND then. It was all clear to her |t second game 4 to 3, after taking'1: St. Louis .._-.....--.. 2 5 11 I! afternoon the Service ech. Stanley. Esquinaldo, Bazo, E.I decided this at their meeting. The STORE

"We lived In the same flat because once. There was only one
we had to-to keep It up. Mr. Albery. thing she could do. She must save, thrc -run in the ninth inning -!M( Ferrell; Andrews and Hemsley. I II ;, and on Sunday the Service ten will : Rueda 3. C. Hernandez 3. Es- I'! the showing and conduct of -0-
." she added raising her voice Rex Moore's career. His Job was his I' <: rally i 1t|I I II |' meet the Cave Inn once more in quinaldo 3, Diaz 2. Bazo. E. Gar- the Sanford club! in their game

"I've told you the truth because I life. And he was her .life. It was i t I I Second Game 'the opener of a doubleheader i cia, Gabriel. Carbonell Wickets J'J'i I and defeat at the hands of the De- Daily Baseball ReturnsBy
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will not allow you to misjudge Rex simple. The upsetting Dodgers pulled : At St. Louis R. H. E. I; with the Lighthouse Service boysin Rodriguez Domenech; home run: Lard Reds yesterday afternoon."

Moore. "I will marry you"}fr. Albery. one of their old tricks when they! Boston _......-..._......... 311 0 the nightcap. II Gabriel; three base hits: Wickers.I I' They released Buck Borkbardt Wire

"He has treated me wonderfully. she said. scuttled the Pittsburgh Pirates St. Louis ............_.._........410. 1 ,i!, Any player is eligible for this. Etqunialdo' ; two base hits: C. Her Jimmy Selph and Monte Acevedo
He forgave me for what was a "You make me the happiest man of I I Batteries: Welch, Walberg and I I league as long as he does not play] I nandez 2. Diaz. Carbonell. Rueda; I| and signed the following new play- -
crowd '
wicked thing to do. It was not until In the world." he Informed het. with twice before a Sunday > R. Ferrell; Thomas Van Atta and|: in the Senior Leayie. :stolen bases: Rneda 2, Domenech. ,I ers: McGowan Wynn Joe Schiro II COME IN AND GET THE
I saw him that I realized had been his flashing smile but In his heart 15,000, 3 to 0 and 9 to 3, and :1 I Hem!'ley. Afternoon games will be calledat i Bazo 2. Esquinaldo; sacrifice hit: I and Red Overstreet. The record

a liar a cleat and a fraud. And I was rage rather than Joy. So she I gave tie: :;users a serious setback ,t I'I 5:15 o'clock sharp. and Sunday I Roig; struck ont: by Wickers 9''I I of Acevedo up there was as fol- RESULTS OF THE

deceived you too. and 1 ought to be loved Moore as much as that Even I in the peniiant race. Detroit R. H. E. morning contests will begin: at 9 ,by Sanchez 7, t.y Carbonell 1; 'lows I : Eight official trips to the MAJOR BASEBALL
sorry for that. But I am not so sorry his overweening egotism could not I I I Ne't; ._ I ( bases balls off Wickers 1, off : plate. two runs two hits."one error LEAGUES0
Chicago and Philadelphia divided York ........._..._. 0 3 Oj I I| o'clock. on :
because, after all. I did work for yon make hint believe that she wantedto II a two: bil' The Cubs won the Detroit .._....-... _._._.... 69 11 j i i Teams not on the field at those t( Sanchez 3, off Carbonell 1; hits: i out of 18 chances In three -
as well as I could. marry him. Batteries Ruffin Murphy 'hours!! will have to forfeit the game.''off Wickers 14 in 8 innings offI games, started one double play
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You need\ not be sorry Laurie. Laurie collected herself; slowly, I. first! game 8 to 3, and the Phil I I dorble others sacrifice CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
i. Brown and Dickey Rowe and I Carbonell 2 in 1 inning; and was in two one -
be said and In his voice trembled she was able to think again. She had i took the second 6 to 5. ; Seventy-five thousand trout C play:' Bazo to Hernandez to Es' hit. two walks and a stolen] SOFT DRINKS,
his for recovered that cool poise that had tenth 1 1I Cochrane.
overmastering passion her
I Scoring five runs in the
were planted in streams in Monterey quinaldo; time of game: 2:00; umpires -, base. If that is not good in his ETC.
which might have been a fine thing carried her througk'the) strange situ I inning the St. Louis Card'-nals I
I Calif.,. in two days : Cervantes and J. Esquin- first three games then I would
but for Us underlying madness. "I ations that had made up her life. took the second game of a double! I Philadelphia at Chicago postponed county t
think "I must make rain. recently. i aldo. ]like to know what is.
you are a wonderful girl. And some conditions bill with the Boston Braves. 9 to !
1 know yon did it all for your sis she. said. She spoke as unemotionally 4. after the Biaves had won tha .i. ._--
ter. as u she were aoaressing mm in .
opener, 2 to 1. I .
She wan the most beautiful the the omce on business matters.
Hank Leiber, who was in such
most enchanting woman In the world.to "Oh so you make conditions! His
a hitting slump a few days
ago
him ts she sat there,so white her tone was mocking but Indulgent. His
that he benched while his
face working with such tragic emoIonl. eyes devoured her eagerly."I was I
,, will marry .yen" said Laurie mates were engaged, in a crucial
"Laurie will you be my wife?" he "but everything must go on as It Is. rtruggie with the! St. Louis Card in- i : .

asked. Rex Moore and I must be supposednot ala, came oat,or it with a whojp ; : ,
"Oh. :no. Mr. Albery. I could not to get on and to hare parted and made four hits and ]led the ]league-" k17ee9Jt "

,marry yVuJ I don't care for you.' to be divorced later on In'the ordi- ]leading Giants to an 8 to 4 victory ..c.

"I wilt the: the risk." lie spoke nary way. as we have planned. You over the Cincinnati Reds. .
slowly suavely, as usual. and? without must wait until It is all settled. Cleveland won the second gamed '
sign of feeling."You are the only "But that's preposterous! How a doubleheader, 13 to 4, after '
woman I have ever asked to be my are you going to play It out? If you're I the Washington Senators had taken :
wife. All my life I have bad a prejudice supposed to be getting; a divorce,people I the first 1 to 2. ;
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against marriage. The women I must bear about It. And that The summaries follow: dtt t :- t
met never seemed worth while.From means if you're supposed to start NATIONAL LEAGUE I
the first I loved yon. Now want to proceedings at once, and get a decree First Came .

marry you to make you a part of my I conldn't'marry you ostensiblyfor At Boston R. II. E. **&<>
life for and all. six months! Something else will I
good; St. Louis _n....,.._...,...,. 1 6 0
He came towards her. smiling In- have to be managed."I Boston ..212 0 Who closely scrutinized .
tired by his own vision of their fu won't consent to anything that u --- -

lure: but she waved him away. reflects on Rex Moore In. any way" Batteries: P. Dean, Collins and I His income tax blank
Davis Frankhouse and Mueller. ..
"Mr.: Albery. I can't marry you. she said stubbornly. ; t
Plecae don't say any more!** "You only think of him." In his back
And then sent it t
"1 hope yon will change your eyes flamed his hatred of the man, Second Game I
micd.! he said. He himself was a and this time she saw It. and shivered At Boston R. II.

chanped: man. Gone was every trace as the old premonition of evil St. Louis _._......_._.__.. 9 11 E.I With the following notation: t','

of the :dmlrc:. the lover. Even the came back to her. "Of course bell Boston ._._._ 411 1 j '
rrt"ndly. considerate:! employer roes have to take the blame in any case, Batteries: lIallahan and I De- 'I have given the matter careful thought J

no more. in the eyes of the world. You can't" lancey; McFayden. Cantwell., '

".No, of course, he would not allow Betts and Sophrer. And have decided not to join '
SAT down In en armchair and me to do that"she said."But It must
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HE looked at her with a face as unreadable be managed so that there Is nothing First Game The Income Tax."

as the blank sightless carvings against him." At Brooklyn R. H. E. 3t

on an old Egyptian temple."I "My dear little girl"Albery urged."don't Pittsburgh ___.muu.u__ 0 3 1 a., .y.N.re -d, it

cannot change my mind. bother your healjabout: ,ways 1 I Brooklyn .....u___..__._. __ :3 5 1
Laurie sad."Perhaps! and means. Leave 1 It tams III fix I H 'I ,
*I Batteries: Swift and Pa-lilen) ; Now around to cigarettes
when you have beard up with Moore I can manage .something C ark and getting
chat I bave to say you may -changeIt. that people will swallow\ whole' Lopez.
." be remarked Impersonally. "Or "We'll save Rex Moore's tact. Andyou 1! There are no ifs ands or buts
and I will slip away/omen-here Second Cane : ;_
bare.you no,Interest In Rex Moore J :
any more, now that t are: going to quite quietly where nobody knows At Brooklyn '* Tt.'H. E: About Chesterfields
yen
Pitt burgh __... .._... 310 \.:;*
Fart from him? Do you not care what us and get married by a registrar, i --- --
becomes of him? If he never achieves and nobody,will be the wiser until '' "Brooklyn ____.__.u..n. ... !ii 16 31 s words make everything clear. yI
his ambitions! If his career comes to the time' comes when we can announce .: Batteries: Bu h. Weaver, Hoy'' t

an abrupt end? I tbouIIt'10D: said IL"Laurie's I[and Grace; Benge RU and J.I

yen owed him something.: clearness of mind deserted .,, Taylor.
"What do you mean?"she asked In ber. She stared at him in confu ."
a shocked voice. alon. I First Game I 1 :

"That: unless you marry me. I will "You mean-yon want me to mar At Philadelphia] R. II. E. I

rula Rex Moore. He will have no ry you.-soon!" I Chicago ., _____"_'_"m 'm 812 11 :
more career" "My dear little girl. do yon sun- Philadelphia _____.'__m.n 3 11 3 \ X
"You mean yon wouldn't help him pose a man who Is madly. la Jove I Batteries: lIt'n.haV..arn \'! ..
more?" wrnts to wait months when the To and --'t.f '-
any Hartnett; C. Davis, Ci>in and f
"Not only that but I would prevent man; Is as free as air? It shall Ne Todd.
anybody else from helping him. made perfectly fool-proof." I.

He will have no more backing; from (Copyrit\t. DiS, Corallt Siesta) Second Game I
anyone In the world of aviation. No At
Laurie has another disturbing Philadelphia R. II. E. ,
money behind him. lie will! standeeee.eeee..e..e. 1 blow tomorrow Chicago ..._--._.._.._-.._..._. 5 14

-- Philadelphia 'h__ ..._.-. ,'u G 12 21
Batteries: : French. Warneke'
.1 I\r TODAY'S GAMES Root and O'Dea; Johnson, Jorgen-v, I .

Today In Historyeeeeeeeeseeee..ee..eec !; Rivin, pezznllo, Mhilcahy and Wilson -
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1607First settler began com-1 i I!I Philadelphia Boston at St.at Lou Chicago.3. t j At New York- R. II. F ., -- :::;_

log to Maine. I New York at Detroit. I Cincinnati ____._.. 411 2 ,Ii > \:

| Washington! at Cleveland. New York --..-......._. 8 15 0 '"

1699-.Rev.: George; Burroughsof I I Batteries: Herrman. Johnson : ; I ;.

Salem Mas.<.., hung for witch- NATIONAL LEAGUE i and Lombardi!; Hubbell and Man- .I ..
I St. Louis at Boston. I cuso. .
t'nn-a'u and convicted of ,
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Cincinnati at New York. t ,
preaching at a witzhes commun .
ion. Chicago at Philadelphia AMERICAN LEAGUE

Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. First Gave 1

At Cleveland R. IL E. '
1780-Diet!!, aged 59. Baron ile criminating in surrender of Corn- Washington _..___ 482 -

Kalb Germin-ho-n French major- wallis and end of war. Cleveland __...._ 2 11 2 1 t Chesterfield '.
general in the American Army of I Batteries: Linke and Holbrook; cigarette that MILDER

the Revolution, in South Carolina J 1814-English landed about 50) Harder and Brenzel. ..-._""' ,-_....... "

from mortal wounds miles from Washington, D. c., in r .

ed on the battlefield. n'eiv-I second war with us.1902Mutinique.. Second Came Ii Chesterfield.. the cigarette.that TASTES BETTERlIO .,

At Cleveland R. H. E. '
1781 -Anx-rleans and I West Indies Washington .___._..410 1 ; .r -: /

on the Hudson, N. Y., began tfiiir{|devastated by cyclone and earth Cleveland ....._...._13:! 20 4

historic march south to Virginia I quake _ Batteries: Hensiek, Rnseell and la''S,$4tip'r43 itboslltMP. .c4I,
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PERSONAL MENTION son and daughter, Mr. and; ; GERMAN WOMEN CLING Jxtw..tne t.e.dt.g R.tel'

SOCIETY Mrs. Joseph PJummer;in Miami Today's Birthdays 1 TO MEDICINE THE SEMINOLE

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................................................a, 1 Mrs.\ Hilton Cury left Saturday Mrs. Eric Gwynn and daughter. )Ir. and Mrs. Simon Kemp who, Orville Wright of Dayton Oh'ol COF ---'.. rrr.a>
the
over East Coast for a visit with !Miss Alice Gwynn left Saturday I were in Key West for a week's i'ico-inventor with his I rother of the!! BERLIN, Aug. 13.-Medicine

Junior Woman's Club Conducts I relatives at Matecumbe.Mrs. for a week's vacation in Miami vacation with relatives and their airplane, born in Dayton, 64 ;3ears'' and pha.Tnacy which were among
with relatives. I many frienj, left yesterday! afternoon ago. '

Very Enjoyable Social Meeting, \ Ethel de Leon, who was for the home in Miami. -- I i the last professions opened to I

spending a vacation with her son Mrs. C Berlin Sands left on the I U. S. Senator Tom Connally of'': German women, retain the strongest -Ii
-- and daughter-m, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Charles and hold
afternoon train Saturday for Miami Curry son Texas, born in McLennan CR- on female students in i
Members of the Junior Wom-. Guests attending were: Miss!I; Ormonde de Leon in Miami, returned where she will upend a vacation -; Buddy! left over the East Coast Tcx., 58 year 'go. j German universities now that the I
an's Club and their guests enjoyed Jennie Bostwick and Mass Mar'j on the morning train yes with relatives and friends. yesterday afternoon for a vacation I nazis frown on aU such prepara-
to the fullest the social, garet Cawthorn, Miami; Miss terday. : f i[ of one week with relativesin Bernard M Barjch tion. 1 i Jerk...'In,, PLrNa
meeting held last Friday afternoon f Emma Long South Carolina;i II i Miami. York,'financier born ofew{\! New figures show these reductions -t (flit..n. <.NItrK. Immmtfr
: I and Delia : at Camden i A human home like i tnntuatlow i
Dorothy Pierce
in the rooms of the Key(,I Misses Margaret Neff and Nancy I Dr. J. M. Renedo arrived on the May ,1I I N. J., '65 jeans ago. in numbers of women where you will find j ..rI tmmlvtammtrmfort
West Woman's Club on Division Knowles Key West. morning tram yesterday from Mi-j i left over the East Coast Saturday J Mrs. GeroRC Saunders left on ( scholars: medicine 22.09 per cent!: and rmtrTtmtmmttmt a mat
leer of ImportanceI
afternoon where I If I great
street. I .Members present were: Misses i' ami for a brief visit with relatives will be !foryMiami for they the afternoon train yesterday for f Judge Sam G. Bratten of Newt 1 from the previous year; dentistry,:i

Intensely interesting and excit-. Dorothy CJeare, Martha Carbonell,I returning in the afternoon. guest a three weeks'vacation Tsvernier for a stay with her son Mexico, of the 10th U. S. Circuit 25.07 per cent; pharmacy? 1509;; stool flrepvaet ..n.laK Ssealed
with
ing games of Bridge and Michigan: 1: Rose Crusoe Kathryn Diaz'!1 Larche their aunt, Mrs, Ida' and daughter-in-L:w. Mr. and Mrs. t Court of Appeals. born at ROM i|1 law, 47.96; philosophy 4796;,I, I. Ibc bract .r the dlr
and other relatives
were played the, final score!|Jetty Curtis, Romalda Johnson, Everett Perpall and mother, I Jefferson Saunders. Tex., 47 years ago economics, 35.2; physics 52';>0;; -o--
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showing the winners to be:{ Alberta Elwood Clara Yates,,, Mrs. George Perpall who were in I I chemistry 52.25, and geography 'I,I and Every Bridge, Miss Alee Curry; Michi: Zenia ](off, Barbara Carey, AleeCurry Miami for a short time with rela M. E, Gilfond, district director I Mrs C M Long left yesterday Major Elihu Church of New 58.33 per cent.MONROE. Ceiling I-an Slat Door fur Summer
gin Mrs William. Demeritt, Jr,I and Louise Ketchum. ) tives returned over the East Coast of WPA in Key'"West, and F. E. afternoon for her home in Miami i t I York City noted civil engineer I 1, Maltrrvses\entilation. of Comfortable Inner Spring Reds Con.wllk

and consolation Mrs. Allan B.j M'esdames Millard Johnson,,,i yesterday. Albert, district supervisor of accounts -I arter a del; htl:1 visit in Key born there, 54 years ago. I trurtton and Individual Heading -
Cleare, Jr.Following. : William Demeritt, Jr., Joseph ti I left Saturday afternoonfor j West as the guest of Mr. and )1rs.I THEATER I; Lamps.

the checking of' Lopez Raymond Curry, Harry i.| Mrs. Robert Hartley daughter I a business visit in Jacksonville ; !| Roy E. Lade. E'sie; Fer.rson, actress, born in 1 Jean Harlow-William Powell RATrsPrlTBte 81..'.

cores and presentation of prizes Pritchard. Robert Henry Dopp Miss Mary and son, Billy, arrived j New York, 52 years ago. *; -in- I r5 n__.. Rath *:...
a refreshment course was served Dumont Huddleston William M.: yesterday an l arc guests o* Representative S. P. Robmeau, RECKLESSMatinee :: :=:. Private llala 3JMfrlwmlf
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by the hostesses Mrs Neil Arnold. O. S. Long. Isabel Ball.!!I Mr. and Mrs. John F. Roberts,1 Miss Mabel Demeritt left over : from Dade, andV.. P. Mtooty\. Colleen Moore, actre, born at Itr.r.. Math Ratk S.OTPrlvatv a.se
Knowles Mrs. George Gomez and Edgar Pangle James K. Brady t for a stay of one week. : the East Coast Saturday to spend Dade county clerk of the criminal Port Huron, Mich., 33 years ago. : Balcony 10e; Orchestra 1:4 sarele n__., Private-Bath 4...
Miss Louisa Delaney. and Allan B. Cleare Jr.WWWWWWWWWWVWWWVWWVVI. j 1 i a while with relatives in :\Iiami.I I'I court n __ of__ record-_ u_ __ who were _in.. Kev__ ; IS-20c; Night. 15-25c M.IIT llllAS OCCtrA'>CT FOR Dot HLC

I Harry Pritchard. engineer with : West for a week-end vacation left Fred Stone of New York noted
-- 1 the Monroe County Ferry sy s-I:! Miss Dorothy Lord left Saturday ., yesterday afternoon for Miami. actor born at Longmont, Colo., -- --- -- -

Arrange For i tern, returned yesterday from''I I for a vacation with relatives 1 years ago. -
I Jacksonville where he went with itI j Miss Lorraine Russell left
Today's Horoscope in Cincinnati. yes- STEAMSHIP Co.

Melody Hour ........................ j,I the Ferry Florida Keys which is j terday afternoon for Miami where' CARD OF THANKSI P & 0
being repaired at the Gibbs' ship- Ralph Gunn was a i i the will be the guest of her uncle i I UNITED STATES FASTMAIL
passenger
An hour of beautiful melodieswill The one born on this day will i' yard. Saturday afternoon over the East! 'i and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Eugene I wish to sincerely thank my ROUTES FOR
be presented next Thursday probably be fortunate. but, unless ['. Kemp. friends for the kind sets of
'I Coast going to Matecumbe for a many
night when the ninth Key West j' other aspects are strong never I Mrs. W D Wright and three thort: vacation.: I I thoughtfulness and kindness bestowed PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES

Melody Hour will be given under:i j very prominent. You will be ai children arrived yesterday from Sirs J. T. Knowles left .)Ol'5teri upon me during my recent Effective March 18th, 1935

the direction of Commodore von'I I a elosa student. 'under most conI -:j: Miami and will be the guests ofI .Dr. E. II: Carnes, surgeon in f day afternoon for Miami I bereavement in the death of my 12.20 Leave P. M.Leave .Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays

Mietk-Liuba, H. D. Wl ditions and gifted *ith patience i I i relatives for several weeks. charge at'the Marine I hospital, she will spend a vacation with beloved husband Robert II Cash. I Havana I
I capable: of close research. The for Key West Thursdays and Mondays
New talent will be introduced. mind I],I and Mrs. Carnes, left Saturday relatives and :friends. I[ am deeply appreciative of the ) Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon
is a Iittie; too retiring and' I
.eeeeeeeeeeeiiflOWDY ..........., modest and with the intelligencethat Mrs. Diego Delgado and daugh- I afternoon for a visit in Washington -I II I sympathy' shown me for the many ) days, 6.30 P. M.
ter-in-law Mrs. Raymond de D. C. Mrs.\ Magdalen: Roscrdo, who beautiful floral( tributes and for: Tiuta..ti.... sad Information at Ticket Office I
it ta
possesses, should land the Primo. arrived over the East Coast '. came here for the funeral of her the use of the cars j OB
KEY WEST! native higher than I I .. Dock. 'Phone 71
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the yesterday and are guests of Mrs.\ Airs. C: N. Regan, who was grandmother, Mrs Hester Thompson SIRS RADO CASH:: [I II
case. I Delgado's son-in-law and J. rl COSI:R. A,_t. I
daughter left for
afternoon
spending two weeks with her moth- yesterday augl9-ltx I

By RED KERCE ........................ II Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Mathews. I I rr, Mrs. Lillie Wallace, and other J. her home in Miami accompanied I -"._------ --- -- -- ,
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......................... I I relatives left Saturday afternoon'eccompamed by Mr Rosendo.
CLASSIFIED Mrs. C. II J. Roberts came in on by her son and -
Revised: Be sure jour sins will 1 I tHe morning train yesterday from i daughter-in-law for Miami where j) Miss Helen Hoeffcr and brother

show you up.Stabilized. I COLUMN : Miami for a visit with relatives J they will meet Mr. Regan and Joseph left yesterday afternoon. /

I:and friends. '. travel by automobile to the home for .'L Lauderdale for a' vacation 't be ROfydwinllec'Don

currency might ...... j in Fort Myers. ; as guests of their uncle and aunt
give us a "centy" deal. 1. ee..1 Mr and Mrs Otis Johnson, who : Mr and MVs. Harry Rollmson

_ I v.'ere spending two weeks with t I Mrs. Cuca Domenche., who was) ACCEPTING'IMITATIONS

;... Another thing of the past is a FOR RENT-Extra large furnish their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. i spending a vacation in Key West Mrs. Joe Pcarlman and son
girl without one. ed apartment, five rooms and ; and Mrs. Amos Johnson, in l\1
bath. Location opposite the,;j returned yesterday. i| Manuel Domencchc. and other East Coast for a week with relatives MADE IN BALTIMORE. rcam'AIIIf
Lighl} oJse. Apply -925 Whitehead \II relatives left yesterday afternoonfor and friends in Miami.\ i -= look for DavM 100% Pun Paint hat often teen .aSO1
A beautiful past is seldom illus- wn imitated,but
Ernest never duplicated. _..
street. Loudermilk, sergeant this --
auglGSFOR t : West Palm Beach. Label
trated by a blooming fooL -..- i|; major of the 265th/ !) Regiment+I I Mrs. Sarah Lowe returned 1 Davn 1M% Pare Paint conform with "S::':::
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yesterday
RLNT-Apartment at 1212 Florida National Guard who ,!! h all pare paint Law and M the only pmt ::.=.--
i was
Mr and l Mrs Robert Cawthornwho from IKi
The man who is up and doing.isn't ,I Olivia street near White. All morning an enjoyable NO, ) that came* a guarantee of purity. ==
t in West the
l Key for period of the(
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I were in Key West for a fewi vacation pent with relativesin _
PAINT
always done up in debts.A i of second floor furnished newly :
| encampment left Saturday afternoon for this ;
days, left yesterday for the home Miami. Cook Guarantee the Label
decorated. modern screened I
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for his home in Jacksonville. _
fool and his money is ad- porch garage. Apply 1209 I I :,'. in Miami accompanied by their I! .W.ha**___WM b.. ot her Puto. Marafeovnr otmm .a.4...man,..
_ mired by a city slicker, with a Olivia; street. augl -3t Colonel J. II.-Spangler U. S. i' daughter Miss Mhrgaret, who was Miss Olga Carran ay, who was. All owe ....- set r. .... oU.. tlrw.gb Deal..ny I

:- catchy line. I disbursing officer from 'I spending 10 days with relatives. |I the guest of Mr and Mrs., Claude THE H LI DAVIS CO. G fada'cebeld 1898 BALTIMORElNffi I
BUNGALOW FOR RENTModern Albury and the family for several -I
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A politician is contantly conveniences and gara es.I villc off who the came troops in at lat the J&cktion-I Miss Rosada McCloud, who was I weeks, left yesterday afternoon G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets !
pay encamp-
Apply Valdcs Bakery a delighted visitor for one week for her home in Miami\
1" from
troubled with keeping |ment.. left Saturday afternoon for I .
I with her ter
Miss Elizabeth
turning to "U".. aug8-1 mo St. Augustine accompanied :'y' Bi u _ ___ ..
McCloud. FERA clinic left 1
nurse,
June is the month in which a FURNISHED APARTMENT mod-I Augustine Captain John Heilich also of Kt yesterday afternoon for her homein Get Rid of

ern conveniences, 628 White, or, Gainesville Fla.
lot of us can't make the same j I
mistake twice. Gaiti's Barber Shop. augCj i E. J. Fredreicks.- seaman first: I,
Mrs. Ramon Rodriguez, son I
BICYCLES-WE RENT by the J class! U. S. Coast Guard who vas Charles and I I Malaria Lt
I daughter Ramona
The scientist that said a person's Hour Day or Week. Repair 1 I in the Mrr.ne hospital l for treatment left on the afternoon train !II
brain contains alcohol, inubta all makes and paint them with!; left Saturday afternoon for I yesterday
for a stay in Miami with!
been drunk. > Banish Chills and Fever!
Nu-EnameL We carry 'a full,i Fort Laudt-t ale.I .
relatives and friends.
supply of parts. Agent for the)I To conquer Malaria, you mud do two
llui h. Oh. IfpghhhhOli; ;; Rollfast and Dayton BicycleS;I Mrs. W.." W'White'and two rhil- J. I things ((1) Destroy the infection in the
IIUUUUUuu! the blue eagle's And sell them as low as $5.00 I'|I dren, who were visiting Mr. Roland Adams left on the blood. ((2) Build up the blood to overcome -
dead as a dodo. down and $1.00 per week. We White I f I c parents.: Mr. and l Mrs ATr- afternoon train yesterday for 4 the effect and to fortify against
!.' few days with relatives in Miami I further attack.There is one medicine that
Buy and Sell all makes of used |.1'Gregor S-nds, left Saturday' af ier-
] ) does these two things and that Grow'sTa
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In silent grief we well remember Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.I I( noon for Grassy Key.
Lionel Plummer, chief disburse I < those pants we dunked way Stowers company, 515 Duvall I nine in Grove's Tasteless! Chill Tonic de-
last September.Who street. aug9 : E. II. Gato and daU ing officer for the lighthouse department stroxs the malarial infection in the bloat
Misses Edna and Anita, left in Key West left yesterday -, while the iron builds up the blood.Thousands .
is the: poor wretch whose I PAINTING j I I urday afternoon to join Mrs. htel"l'.l to join 1>frs. Plummer who I j I ot people! have conquered Malaria OLD a
Kith the aid of Groves Tasteless Chill
word isn't worth his fellowman's I| who is spending a vacation
Tonic. In addition
GOOD PAINTING calls for to being: a noted remedy -
a
confidence. i another daughter Mrs. R. N. Hyde : for }Malaria it is also an excellent:
combination of skilled workman- : SkinSufferec's I
in Boston Mass. tonic of general use. Grove's Tasteless
Another way to make a man act ship and reliable materials.e find ready relief from .itching of Chill Tonic is pleasant to take and con-
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foolish is by telling him, he's exceedingly employ' both. Ask for an esti- M.ss Virginia Pfeiffer, sister of remarashes and similar i ills,in ; tains nothing harmful. Even children like II I .
: it and they can take it safely For sale
I mate. 'Clifford Kerr contractor The ROUND-UP is bringing in old stoves
Mrs
: sensible. Ernest Hemingway, who was gentle medication of by all drug toT Now two !'izes-SOc
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512 William street, Key the guest of the Hemingways for thl.eSlnO I and <:I, The sisuc contains 25 times as every day. Don't miss this opportunityto

A columnist writes a joke and West FliU, Phone 684-R. several weeks left Saturday afternoon I much ai he SOc sin' and gives you 23% change YOUR old stove for a moderngas
augl7-tf for .
queries-do you catch on? Is free for the home in Pigott more your money *" I

quelly off himself.A PIANO TUNING Arkansas. ------- .__ 1 range.

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Texas pastor baptized and f PIANO TUNER; Laureano Mo Mrs. Charles Hilton and grandson Here are the special Round-up features: -

then killed a man recently. That's' reno. Excellent piano for sale f Billy Ladd. left Saturday afternoon 1b ;t I.) iTradeinallowances -

one way to make religion per-'; cheap. 1018 Division. street. for Miami where they will! up to '$15.A 1--

manent. I I jly25-lm fl spend a vacation with relativEs.

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The one who frequently boasts ofr r ROOMS brand new DeLuxe gas range

his ancestors might not .have anymore t WHITE BELT DAIRY I with every modern feature, built to our

than that to talk about. ''THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled -j I ICE CREAM .t own specifications especially for the

in price and location POPSICLES Roundup, for only $49.50 (and
There's another thing about Mae I' running water. 128 N. E. 4th' your
Sweet Milk. qU ....._.._ 17e old stove .
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\\"t'st.-she has good manners street Miami. Fla jly26-lmox I II Chocolate Milk qt. 17e
whether anybody ever comes I ,
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Batter Milk, qt. _._ 17e r ay
or not. j PALACEClaudette Old Potatoes, 10 I..... _._ 15e Your unrestricted choice of every

Colbert in I Butter toNucoa. ____ 26c I other range in stock. This unusual and distinctive De-

The AAA tent! $41.049,40882 i! PRIVATE WORLDS i ft .. __...___ 20c I Luxe Magic Chef gas range is only I

in Kansas in 11 months. I With Charles Boyer, Joan Ben- I: Good Lock Oleo IbTift's __ 20c Don't delay. Let us change your old one of the many models offered for
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weekly Subscribe, to The Citizen-20c I net, Helen Joel McCrea Vinson and I ,: Cash Grocery I stove OBegin today to enjoy the your Standard equipment during the includes Round-up.insulation

Matinee I 1101 Division St. Phone 29 If your house requires a new roof or new siding;or,if you use of a modern gas range-one that and these exclusive Magic

SCHOOL GIRL SPECIAL I : 10-lSc; Night IS-25c desire to modernize your home,you can nowborrow from will COOK YOUR OWN WAY, perfectly Chef features: Red Wheel Lorain
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-- $100 to$2000 for the work and pay,it back on easy monthly and scientifically. Oven Heat Regulator, Magic Chef

PERMANENT WAVES : payments extending over a period as long as 36 months. I Automatic Top Lighter Three-in-

I One Non-clog Top Burners and
Two Permanents t
for $5.00 THE NATIONAL HOUSING ACT Sanitary High Burner Tray. Oven

Richer Waves' ,-$5.OO and up I Hotel Leamington I w r.e.nw..ws Las made possible these easy terms with NO 'I valve is of safety type. Enameled

MRS. MILLER I ,.. ... DOWN LOWEST PAYMENT.INTEREST NO RATES.MORTGAGE and throughout. Door and Drawer
handles and valve handles
Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J I gas are
This u your opportunity to add to the value of black bakelite. Special color
"Miami's 9!
Most Popular Hole! of your property,by making improvement that 1 I ( 1 1 combinations) available on order.
.ti are needed.Let us explain how easy it is to have
KEY WESTCOLONIAL N. E. tat Street at Biscayne Boulevard this wwi done NOW During the Round-up, only

HOTEL : Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENG. CO. I 1 t Cffc with your

In the Center of the Business i Opposite Union Bus Station PHONE 598 Wkite A. Eliza St*. I t $ 69.OU old store

and Theater District II One Block from Shopping District Your Home I. Worthy Of Tie B *tn
I And Amusements The oldest gas range If you have one of

First Cla.Fir.prf- I still in service roundedup the many "old timers"&till FLORIDA PUBLIC
S.asibl.. Rates LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED during the Seventh
I Annual Old Stove in service trade it
COFFEE Single Room with Bath $1.50Double will be UTILITIES CO.
takenas
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SHOP NOW OPEI 1 -- in! It may be worth a
Room with Bath 2.00 full payment for the

Garage Elevator ( ALFRED SIMONS ROOFINGS SHINGLES new range on which it brand new modern gas "Your Gas Company"ROY

PopmUr Prices Manager is traded in. -
range. E. LADE Manager
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