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 31, 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
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For 65 Years Devoted to the i range country of; only with 14*an FahrenheitVOLUME avera etInt.remofK.TWeG I



I Woman Makes Fan Talk Of Taxes, -: ARTICLES OFHANDICRAFrTO LOTS OF ENTERTAINMENT TO BE Public Works Administrator Harold


Welfare And Politics] In Congress, BEEXHIBITED Ickes Calls PWA "Labor's Friend"STORM

Plenty of entertainment is being .

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Member Of House Caroline 1'11111111.1. provided for Key Westers I NO PAPER MONDAY -- ----- -
KEY WEST WILL HAVE OP- eeeeeee.eeeeee.e.ee.eee
LAND BARRACUDA ONLINE Monday when they! celebrate Labor REPORTED Explains How Agency 'Has
O'Day First To.Brin, PORTUNITY ,OF VIEWING i Monday Labor Day, being

Fan Along To Use During WITHOUT HOOKA THEM DURING EXHIBITION Under Day. the sponsorship of the I one-of by the The three Citizen holidays daring observed TO EASTWARD\ OFBAHAMAJSLANDS LABOR DAY.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Either Directly Or Indirectly .

barracuda measuring MONDAY AFTERNOON II the year, there will be /JDO issue Provided Work

ProceedingsBy about three feet was caught recreation department of the Key of this paper on that ,

several P. and O.days dock ago on from a Ii.the. with old I West Administration, an aquatic I day.The other days on which Running Into MillionsBy
Westers viol have chance
Key a ,
The Citizen's force is given
out hook which old
a say meet will be held at the Yacht ""F DISTURBANCE CONTINUES
Monday Afternoon to see the variety Christmas
fishermen, is something ... a hoiday are Day
Inv A..rlatrd Pr. ) usual of articles which have been I Basin starting at 1:30 p. m. and and Fourth of July. ON ITS PRESENT COURSEIT HAROLD L ICKES

WASHINGTON Aug. 31.- i One of the usual crowd produced in the handicraft shop I Public Works Administrator
which daily and the at 2:30 p. m. the first of two .I'.I.1.4TII"AJ j WILL GO TO SOUTH OF Written For The Associated Press
Wielded by n lady legislator the congregates on sewing; room operated by
the wharf had caught a yeliowtail the Key West Administration. baseball games will be played at'' FLORIDA MAINLAND WASHINGTON Aug. 31_
fan, always conceded to have a had tied it to a pieceof Beginning at 4 P. Moo and con- PLAN STARTING I a American labor nay look forward '
strong line and placed it in tinuing until 6 P. handicraft the Navy Ball Field.
language of its own, now ha.le.r.ed 1 with confidence to the Public
the water to keep fresh. articles: wlil be on display at the
The first game is to be playedby CLINIC HERE TO (Py Aaiwrlatru' Press> Works administration's in
to talk taxation securities The barracuda came after Key West Woman's Club on Division part
the fish while the owner was Street. i the Lopez and Bermuda'Bakery JACKSONVILLE Aug. 31. the new works relief program,

and similar subjects. I watching. As soon as the Members of cooking classes operated -i teams and the second starting HELP CHILDRENPROPOSED Weather bureau official warned anticipating from it the sam
barracuda the by the Administration : the first is benefits as accrued to workers
This famous fan flutters in the snapped. 'at are immediately after
smaller fish. the fishermanyenfced to act as hostesses at the affair,I finished will be played by the southeaster), Bahama Island and throughout the country from the
hand of Rep. Caroline O'Day. For the line'and landed the and light refreshments prepared first PWA program, which set
Busy Bee Bakery and Firemen TO UTILIZE NAVAL shipping in that vicinity to watch
"tiger-of the 'ia"'on: the by colored girls attending cook- j- new records for peace-tim. public

almost two decades, women have dock.The ing classes, will le served. teams. HOSPITAL PROPERTYON out for a tropical storm "of small t construction.

com. to congress, bat Mrs. O'Daywas ;"entifet-"action"';; was The various articles which have These events scheduled for the : ; I In general the policies safe
SEMINARY STREET FOR diameter and considerable inten- guarding the interests of labor instituted .
watched by'si umber of people been produced at the shop will be afternoon are in addition to the

first to bring a fan along to and Cornelius 'Peterson shown publicly for the first time, circus parade Monday morning, ACTIVITIESFor I sitjr" which is moving toward the BROWN aad strictly enforced by
PWA in all its daring
chief engineer of the Tug Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson directorof
office committee and floor. Warbler vouches f 'r the social service pointed out. Mrs. and the circus itself, Monday islands from the South Atlantic. The photo above shows the past two years will be

By watching the way it wavedin truth of the story. Rolla A. South*vorth, State direc- night. Circus gates are to openat The weather bureau said the Major Lew B. Brown publisher faithfully followed: in the new
tor of women's in the care of children who PWA made by
projects the program possible
6 m., giving patrons an
those hectic closing days of p. opportunity of the St. Petersburg Evening -
IIT.I.I.lI'.IIIIA ,WPA is expected to be here and I to see the side shows!are sufferers from rheumatic center of the disturbance was Independent, who will be the 1935 work relief appropriations.
congress it was possible to gauge attend the showing. I heart fever it is proposed to createa about 60 miles east of Long Island .
honored Labor at celebration
Day a
the tempo of debate; whether the In addition to handicraft, products I before the circus program starts.' in the Bahama group and We have found the observanceof
DISCUSS PLANS hospital and research clinic in of the 25th anniversary
legislative paths were rough or a fashion, or style show I I apparently was moving west, of his famous "Sunshine principles of fair practice as
West hos
the naval
Key utilizing
smooth for the""young liberal"bloc will be presented, exhibiting work I I Most Places To CloseIn Offer" according to the profitable to u*, as they are acceptable -
northwest This if
to which Mrs. O'Day belongs; ON ADVERTISINGOF turned out in the sewing classes. I celebration of the day by pital property on Seminary street I tinued woud! take the course storm acro'sLong con terms of which The Independent I to th: e who are em-
The public is invited to attend Plans to this end have gone free ployed on e'- 'jects. The'com.pletion -
is distributed
and how things were going for th> the showing. i 1 o'clock in the afternoon only Island just below over everyday '
or of of
jor portion
ISLAND CITY I forward in Washington and it is! the sun fails to shine on
immigrants she ice-cream parlors, and other places
champions.Fan the southern tip of Andros Inland St. Petersburg. The recordis our progra cheduled time is
the opinion of those who have become
Talk Ancient MASS MIGRATION i which cater solely to the desire interested in the matter that j, and toward: the general vicinityo 116 free issues in 25 years, due in larj sure to the excellent

From ancient Egypt and Cleo- I,for luxuries will be open. -* Key West, Fla. an avera'ge\of less than five a coop s.ion accorded us
ARRANGEMENTS MADE TO before January 1 the hospital the
by representatives of labor
patra down to the of The postoffice will be open until year
on Century Observers at the weather" bureau -
OF CHILDREN TO and and by the workers themselves
will be under
BEGIN CAMPAIGN TO RAiSe: 10 o'clock. On delivery of the
Progress and Sally Rand fans, I I said the storm was not yet Labor Is AppreciativeLabor

have spoken in accents capricious, FUNDS FOR. MOVEMENT AT mail received Sunday will be [tion.Facilities for handling 300 chil-lof hurricane force but was attended GIVEN HONORS IN we believe. is appreciative .
coquettish flirtations. JN made. Mail will be received distributed dren and a corps of physiciansand I by "strong shifting: winds of the steps we have taken to
EARLY DATE and dispatched as usuaL trained mentionedin protect the interests of those for
Two hundred years ago all the nurses are and probably by gales near cen- 'SUNSHINE OFFER'ST.
Other government activities will the stipulations.The whom, we have provided work. We
said another
elegance of fan expression was ter. They warning:
manitain the usual for local administration! has" not only have promulgated a code
simmered down to a,definite code Plans for the intensive drive for BY BRITISH MINIS program been advised by Julius F. Stone would be issued at 4 p. nu whenI of fair practices, we have guar*

titled: "The Original Fanology or] funds to conduct widespread advertising I the holidays, only the necessary:'Jr., who is now in Washington to I y hoped to have more informa- ., PETERSBURG TO &nted ctrihSOkUervanee of that
Ladiesv CtonvertatlofifFanV campaign for Key West TRY TO FIND EMPLOYMENTFOR duties to be performed and routines code
1 make the necessary estimates lion on the storm. BRATE ANNIVERSARYOF by writing its principles into
Some samples of the way the were discussed from every angle MANY YOUTHS carried out. ,I once, for transforming the hospi-I! The location of the disturbance every contract for the expenditureof

fan used to talk: "You have won I yesterday and it was decided to I I There are :some business places,,tal building to conform with the EVENTBy PWA funds.In .
my love" (the shut fan near the have a committee of promnient ': 'f f "was about 500 miles southeast of addition to assuring
to be closed all day. Others will (requirements.These a square
heart). "When may I be allowed citizens about forty members I (Mr *...*.<* Prr.) I I! estimates, it is understood I_ Miami Fla, rut west northwestcourse deal for workers directly em-
to see you?" (the shut fan rest start the campaign within a short I LONDON Aug. :31.-An experiment !I be closed during the afternoon.All I are now being prepared and I and if unchanged, would JOHN LODWICK ployed upon our projects we have

ing upon the right eye). "Do not time.Present in mass migration is being of the stores of the Retail j I 1: the engineering force of the administration take the storm to the south of the (Sprrlnl .. The (........ made provisions for the protec-
be so impudent" (threaten with at the meeting were' undertaken by Britain's min:stry Merchants Association will close is making arrangements Florida mainland.ROBERTS ST. PETERSBURG. Fla. Ang. tion of "those workers,engaged: inthe.production
the shut fan). "I hate you"' I Bascom L..: Grooms Dr. WilliamP. to find employment for 200,000 at 1 o'clock. I I to prepare the blue prints 31.-Honoring the newspaper : ind,fabrication i'of

(draw the fan through the hand,1) Warren Dr. H. C. Galey Joe children.All I I I to be forwarded to Washington publisher whose famous "Sun' materials. ._ 5>e f' not only have

Mrs. O'Ray'a Talk I Pearlman Dr. Armando Cobo of them within the past 12 All Ready For Circus i as soon as practicable possiblythe BURB shine Offer" gave to St. Petersburg specified in ..our* contracts! thi l
Sonic samples of Mrs. O'Day's! Representative B. C. Papy B. D. A m rfc n'lftater ils'imOst' be:
months have reatled the age of Everything was ready today for early part of next week. its nickname "The Sunshine given
new "language of the fan,"! Trevor Golden. Wm. R. Porter-and Jack 14, when, they no longer may at- the circus and parade being staged I While nothing has been an- HERE YESTERDAY City," this resort on Labor Day I the preference on identical bids

caught as she was voicing her' Those who to be nominatedto tend free elementary schools. As Monday as part of the Labor Day nounced positively as to the will celebrate the 25th;; anniversaryof we have bolstered tariff protection
are 1 t I
views: j their parents are unable to send celebration. They are being; name of the organization which is the offer with a program de- by establishing sufficiently:
(Waving i enthusiastically) serve on the committee are to them to private schools, the young- sponsored by the Key West Junior'!i sponsoring this great work, it was j.ictino;: the city's i-rogrcSf in the large differentials to enable
be notified
by Mr. Porter at ,
"Here's a chance to vote for once, BODY ARRIVED ON TRAIN AC. I American manufacturers to
al sters constitute a serious increasein Patrol. I said that the powerful Rockefeller past quarte trntury. com
and the time place and date for I
bill to benefit labor!r the meeting scheduled. the unemployment;, ranks.! "Freaks" of various kinds have Foundation, with ramifications in COMPANIED BY PARENTS When Major Lew B. Bs! n pete favorably with foreign pro
(Fluttering furiously) "The 1 I A majority of the jobless chil- been provided for the circus I all parts of the world and other j, f.-.vner of the Fvening Indq i'n-I ducers.
whispering' campaign seem> to me dren live in England's "distressed which is to be staged at the Navy similar orgnaizations are behind dent. announced in Si>( : To date. PWA has provided

the most despicable way to attack 'ASK: FUND FORWATERSYSTEM areas"-South Wales, Durham, Ball Field. Gates will open at 6 I the plan. It was also said that I 1910. that he would give his newspaper approximately 9,258,000 >nan-

people." I Northumberland Liverpool Cum- p. m.. and the grand processional''i hospital complete to the minutest way to all comers everyday months of direct employment and

(Closed with great finality) "It berland and parts of Scotland. The is scheduled: to get under way at I detail is to be in readiness by Funeral services for William the sun failed to shine ->n St. approximately the same amount
is impossible to regulate the : ministry's plan is to send them in 7:30 m.Members. January I. Petersburg up to p. moo press in direct labor in the production
p. Roberts Jr. who died
power trust. Unnecessary hold- large groups to the more prosperous of the Junior Patrol, I At a special meeting of city Wednesdayin time his friends predicted earlybankrupkk.thult'il.jor fabrication and transportation of
ing companies should be done Miami, were held 4 o'clock yesterday Brown materials.
midlands! and south country under the direction of the recrea- i council, held yesterday afternoonfor Thu American labor
away with." CITY COUNCIL ADOPTS RESOLUTION tion department of the Key West this purpose the matter of after neon from the First persisted in his policy and duringthe has received from, the PWA program
(Tossed impatiently on desk) I By keeping children from thesame Administration have utilized all I the proposed hospital was explained Congregational Chcrth. Rev. E. R. Z5'ye' rs* cMsllPee of the the benefits of some eigh
"AVay with this talk of wild AT MEETING areas together in employment their ingenuity in preparing the I and resolutions were I Evans officiating. "Sun hinf,.Q.f..I1f" has been obliged teen and a half million -man-
spending. We are spending far i is believed I to make good only 116 times, months ,
1 HELD TODAY "exile it they "animals. and other circus sights. adopted declaring the council will The body arrived yesterday on of employment
less than we did for war., |I will suffer less :rom homesickness. "Siamese twins." a "fish girl" a I heartily welcome the establishment -|. the Harana Special accompanied an avenge of less than five timesa As in the old PWA program, in

(Unfurling triumphantly) "The Arrangements are being made to "wild man" "midgets." and a of such an institution, will by the parents Mr. and'Mrs. Wil" year. the new we have established a
social security act marks a great!I I In special: session this after provide cheap week-end fares so "skeleton boy" are but a few cooperate to the best of its liam Roberts and other members Major Drown'a offer i.. considered fair wage and decent working

epoch in our country's history. noon city council adopted a resolution parents and children can visit which will be offered the publicat I abilities and do all in its powerto of thefamily. by newspaper< and advertising conditions. We are demanding
And I'm proud that a woman.I I to be forwarded to the each other.HALF the.side show which will be in insure success of the institu-I' Pallbearers who officiated at the :testers as the greatest single contribution the payment of prevailing !loral
Frances Perkins, worked it out!" to the fame and; growth rates all PWA We
1 Florida WPA administration, withan progress before the circus itself funeral were: Earl Munro, Eu- wage on work1
application for funds to con. HOLIDAYS starts. tion.The resolutions were presentedto gent Brady Joseph Watkins Bert of an American resort have empowered our state directors

MILLERS LEAVESuperintendent struct a water system and pipe!, Pink lemonade and the rest of M. E. Gilfond. director of, Watkins, Ulric Gwynn and Chides to reject any pay scales which
'line in Key West. .' the usual circus accoutrements i!j I WPA activities in Key West after' Munro. SHIP PASSENGERS propose wages below the present
The formalities were concluded I AT STORES END.will be available to the large the meeting yesterday afternoon. Mr. Roberts is survived by hi I 1 prevailing union rates for work
ENROUTE NORTH and the resolution)1 1rare 1 I sisters Mrs Hilda under irnion
application aJld (crowd expected to attend the cir- parents tvo : generally performed
to be 'forwarded to Ernest i '' I Roberts .nd Mrs. Nellie Johnson; SHOWN BIG TIME conditions. !

I, Cotton in charge of all WPA projects -), THURSDAY CLOSING HAS I cus.The parade will be staged Monday -I'i STEAMER GRANADA' four brothers, Willie, Eddie John I I Guarantee LabC r". Rights
in Florida at Tallahassee'' BEEN DISCONTINUED BYMSRHANTS i and Joseph. We have again taken precau-
A. R. Miller of 'I morning, starting at 10:30
I I who will forward the papers to : : ASSN. PORT I John and Eddie Roberts who CAME IN ABOUT 8 O'CLOCK tions to assure to all workers free
the P. and O. S. S. company and o'clock. Led by the
ARRIVESJN left for Miami!IJ exercise their
Washington.A arrived yesterday of right to bargain
Mrs. Miller left over the East Legion Drum and Bugle Corps AND LEFT AT MIDNIGHT
similar application for fundsto I I the afternoon. Others of they i collectively. In forthright termsour
Coast yesterday for Atlanta Ga., I There will be no more half holidays the procession will pass down J fin
construct system, family who with the body HOUR FOR FRONTERA regulations this
a sewerage on Thursday for members of : came guarantee
where they will be joined by Mrs. Greene street to Duval, and
and resolution were prepared and the Key West Retail Merchants up I I STEAMSHIP COLORADO OF are leaving for Miami today. -L... right to labor.In .
N. S. Turner of Covington Ga., Duval to Southard thence to the
forwarded last week Tallahassee order to the benefitsof
to spread
and proceed to New York City. Association. This statement was" Navy Ball Field.STORM CLYDE-MALLORY LINES DUE I Passengers aboard the S. S.
at special meeting of the HELPS IN ARREST work and at the came time
There they will spend a few counciL made by Joe Pearlman president Grnaada of the Standard Fruit

days and return on the Steamship= I this morning. WARNING HERE' TOMORROWSteamship and Ste gnship Company' had less provide each worker with m living
Present this afternoon f- CHICAGO.-Miss Myrtle Kileyof made several im-
were: Mr. Pearlman said that as in the I wage we eve
Florida of the P. and O. Lines, than four hours here last night
which will sail for Key West early Mayor Wm. H. Malone, Presi- past the half holidays had been this city handcuffed a robber I when the ship docked for fuel and portant :-onditiens of employ*.
dent Leo Warren. Councilmen Advisory 1 Tropical disturbance 1 while a policeman sat on his body. ment. Our second will
next month and is due to arrive observed during the summer p. m. Granada of the provisions i en route to Frontera, program
here about September 9.COMING. I I Joseph Cabrera, Ralph Finder C. months but had ended with the of small diameter but I+[ Standard Fruit and Steamship Mexico. be carried to completion on a

C. Symonette F. F. Hoffman Ambrose arrival of September.. considerable intensity .is central; :[I company arrived 8:45 o'clock last The ship docked at 8:45 P. Hand ? maximum of an 8-hour day rind a

Cleare and J. Frank Roberts As tomorrow viII be September about 60 miles east of Long Island 1,I,night from Philadelphia took on departed at midnight. While I 130-hour mont We are pro-

I I Attorney J. Lancelot Lester 1. all employes in stores which are Bahamas, apparently moving toil i and water and salied at midI HABANA-MADRID CLUB here passengers visited pointsof hibiting contractors from placingon

I Clerk Wallace Finder John A. affiliated' with, the association are westBorthwestward'attended 1 I I night for Frontera Mex. TONIGHTBIG interest in tee city end before payrolls those otherwise em-

Bogart. assistant to H. S. C.I being advised that from now un- by strong shifting winds and!t tI II Ferry Palma. of the Florida PRE-LABOR DAY leaving went to the ICabana- ployed if their combined working
An AbsorbingNew state WPA engineer and a til next summer all half holidayson probably, gales near the center.I I East Coast Railway Car Ferry Madrid Club where a special en- time exceeds the stipulated maximum -
of interested citizens. Thursdays will be discontinued. Caution is advised southeastern i I I company arrived from Havana DANCESerpentines tertainment program was pre- working hears. '

Romance Bahamas and ships in that yesterday with three cars of sented. Every' precaution has been
-A HOLIDAY NOTICE Heavy Western Steer Meat cinity. grapefruit, two of lumber one taken to guard against the vicious
MORNINGSTAR. I FRESH KILLED MILK WEATHER BUREAU.v-I I tankage one whiskey, 180 sacksof Favors HOLIDAY NOTICE practice of the "kick-back." Contractors

Labor Day Monday September FED VEAL I mail. 11 miscellaneous cars and COME AND SPEND : are specifically warned

2. a legal h.liday in the Stateof Nice Fat Hens Fryers Asked by The Citizen the relative -' baggage. delightful evening and dance on Monday, September 2, Labor against the practice, the entire
Florida this bank will not be i position of the storm to Key Steamship Colorado, othe n of the South' Finest Day this office rill not be open PWA: inspection division Is alertto
-I open for business on that day. Bermuda Meat Market West, Meteorologist G. S. Ken- I Clyde-Mallory Lines is due to arrive one Dance Floors for business on that day. combat it, and violators face

A new novel by Marian Sims THB FIRST NATIONAL BANK Phone 861-W Quick Service nedy said it was about 500 miles in port tomorrow from New THE KEY, WEST ELECTRIC CO.aug3l.lt. severe penalties in ease of convic
aug30-2t White at Virginia Street t east by south of this city. York, en route to Tampa. tion.



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fCbc Htp JEBeat Cttlgn FOREIGN BORN SOLONS this morning and will remain open 1 i...........*e..........a

Published- -Dally Except Sunday By I 1-MINUTE SAFETY TALKS KEY WEST IN until October 20. I Today In History

r4 _TUB CITIZEN. P. .ART PCBMSHI;A.N. PreeHen CO tJOE IfC.L. Fifteen members of the present Con- I DAYS GONE BY Lieutenant MeCall Pate, U. S.! .ieeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeee*

All-El.*..!. ..' B &ta_ Man..... gress are forever ineligible to become By Don Herrold N., construction corps, reported I 1886-50 killed in Charleston,
Building Happening Her Jut Year
From Tfce Cttixen 1 President of the United States because of at the local naval station this I C.
Corner (Green and Ann Streets I Ago Today A* Taken From S. earthquake.
f Only Davy Newspaper In Key West and Monroe I their foreign birth, as the Constitution I The Files Of Th. Citizen morning for duty. i i t -

County. I provides that no except a' natural do I I\ 1897-Edition received patent
person Why I VG decided On this issue
Entered: at lay West. Florida, as second class matter you another page of [for motion picture camera.
-- r" FIFTY-SIXTH TEAR born citizen shall become President. Of Negotiations for the purchaseof Of The Citizen will be found the

.-- ... Heather .!4 AMelete Free. these 15, four are Senators and 11 to be I the Over Sea Hotel which have formal announcement of Charles II l
are ;
n*.Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to 11.. Sod r dully been under way some time were H. Ketchum for the position of, 1903-Epoch in auto world-
for republication of all news dispatches credited to members of the House of Representatives. a cme-tamily I when
It or not otherwise" credited In. this paper and also completed today Copeland representative to the legislature!tan I auto crowed continent for firstI
the local news published. here.'NATIONAL Foreign born Senators are Couzens of C. Johnson sold the structure. to a to fill the vacancy left by the resignation -i I time, in 52 days.

EDITORIAL Michigan and Murray of Montana, both later safety( !{ expert I syndicate to ..continue of local men who propose of of J. F. Busto, who was 6,! -.

operations recently appointed county solicitor -:' 1910-Glenn II. Curtiss in. a
born in Canada of
ASSOCIATION Davis Pennsylvania
; ,
the the
popular hostelry along
i for Monroe county. Mr. Ket;, Cnrtiss biplane made a record by
.4 a t6 & 1933 born in Wales and Wagner of New York ,same lines as it has been operatedin
I chum is a well known business man flying 64 3-4 miles in Ohio in one
IS BSCRIYTION RATES a native of Germany.Representatives. the past. The consideration in- ,and hat been identified with the I I I hour and 18 minutes.i .

On.I )10..111.Tear _... 110.00six '..007hree of foreign birth and volved was $130,000'and this is i fraternal organizations of Key I,
: Months UiO I considered an excellent one in a* .,West for a number of years. He I
ODe Month .. .. .as.ZO the countries in which they were born are ,much as the property is listed as is past worshipful master of I Ii 1923-Italy seized the Wand of

Weekly. mmn' ADVE1\'ftUNG BATES the following: ) 'among the best in the city. The i Masonic bodies in Florida. I II l Corfu, Greece.
names of the purchasers have not '
)tide known on SPECIAL apptlcaUen.-NOTICE Sabath, Czechoslovakia; Burnham, I TEMPORARILY DANGEROUSNo [been disclosed. I J 1932-Total eclipse of the un
Editorial comment: Don't lend
All reading notice, cards of thanks, resolutions of England; Crosser Scotland; Stack, Ire- I | in northeastern U. S. and Can-
re.peet.'obituary notices, etc.. will be charged for at I the tightwad your Citizen.. If he
the rat of 1. cents a line. land; Scheutz, Germany; Jacobsen, Ger- doubt scientists and traffic I In the meantime,you've got to take I I is too stingy to subscribe let him ada. ,
Notices for entertainments by churches from which officials and road builders will eventu-! care of yourself-and family. You'd A new mortgage and loses com I I
a revenue .Is to be derived are S cents a line. many; Cavicchia, Italy; Binderup, Den- ally figure out ways to eliminate a i better be your own safety expert. pany has been organized in Key remain in ignorance of the affairsof ;
The Citizen Is an open forum and invites discussion I | Johann Gutenburg, the inventor
of public Issues and subjects of local or geDerallot".t I mark; Palmisano, Italy; Ellenbogen, Aus- large and proportion death,automobile accidents :- The first things the expert do is to [ West and is now ready to assist I I the city.Travel |'Of typography was born at Mainz
but It will not publish anonymous communications. study figures. They look for the danger i those who expect to build or make
'I tria; and Stefan, Austria. But that day may come too late for' I I this summer has been i about 1400 and died in the same
I' spots and danger hours and riveparticula.r !improvements. Important details
Senators must be not less than 30 you.Unless safety efforts begin to produce attention to such spots and of the new company are to I be I II exceptionally good: through Key I city in 1467 or 1468.
results, there'll probably be, hours found in this issue of The Citizen. West and is still way above that 5 '
of and at least nine citi- '
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST years age, years a period in former and those
around a million automobile injuries You should drive always like a person ; I Warren Drew, bead of the com of former years. During May years
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN zen of the United States; representativesmust and 36,000 automobile deaths a year on a street marked TEMPORARILY June and July records of the P.|who are in a position to know say
in America for some time to come. D- DANGEROUS.- t j I pany, says he expects several new that the will be
September travel
and'at and O. S. S. show an -.
be 25 years of age least seven Education of driven and traffic streets and roads will some day be two- buildings to be under construction, company appreciable
years a citizen. regulations. and improved street lighting thirds safer than they are now. In the within a short time, as the result' increase during the same a increased.
1. Water and Sewerage. and better law enforcement can no meantime,proceed with caution,as statistic of aid given by the new J'IUIrtgage'' --- ----
An interesting case which arose in the doubt cut these figures down two- *on automobile accidenu I'!
,..a. .2- Bridges to complete Road to Main thirds some time. by The.Travelers Insurance: Company and loan concern. The new business -
land. present Congress was that of Senator RusnD. But you may not be here to enjoy show many deaths and injuries occur is capitalized at $100,000and i ii t I II
Holt of West Virginia, who lacked'several this increased safety. when node least expect danger will fill a pressing need in i

,a, Free Port..' _. ,_ Key West today. Members of the
months of being 30 years old when ----- --- -- -- ----
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'4. Hotel and Apartments." elected, and had to wait until he reached ........................I ........................ firm liam are F. Maloney Norberg, Austin Thompson T. Drew.Wil-I WhyTakeChancesof

5. Bathing Pavilion. that age before being permitted to take his THE\VEATHER\ Today'sAnniversaries Joseph N. Watkins, Andrew J.
Page. Clifton G. Bailey and John Food
6. Airports-Land and Sea. seat. Spoilagewhen
..................... .. Cromer.
e. '1'. Consolidation of County and City Although the Constitution provided
Governments. that foreign born persons who were citizens Temperature for asHhtle) as SEVEN .. yt'
of the Highest ....*._.._..........._.._91 1822-Galusha A. Grow, Penn At a meeting of the county
United States at the time of its Lowest ...................._........... .....77 sylvania congressman, Speaker of I commissioners held last night definite CENTS- A DAY you can .
adoption could become President, none Mean __..........-.......-.-....--.---.84 the House at the opening of the action was taken and plans have the protection that a
A fish,never gets caught by keepinghis who have ever held that office was bornon Normal Mean ._ .......m.. ._831 Civil War born in Windham Co., started for the appropriate celebration General Electric Refrigerator -
mouth shut. Conn. Died !March 31, 1907. of the opening of the
foreign soil. Seve'-al; of the early Presi- Rainfall Over Sea Highway from Stock gives you. Foods are

dents born British Yesterday's Precipitation .12 Ins.I Island to Boca Chica were gotten constantly ideal Y
however at
were subjects, kept &
No diet has yet been devised to reduce Normal Precipitation u_ .19 Ins.TfcU 1842-Mary Putnam Jacob" !, under The day for the
although natives of America. .... New York City physician-teacher, way. I temperature. The refrigerator -
a fat head. .r. seven 54-krar .er<*4 opening was set for Monday. September -
rmdlmf mt 6 .'lrk; ibis ._raaaar.To..rrow' pioneer; of her sex in the medical' 7, Labor Day, when there I with the sealed-in-steel ,
Almaaac born in London.. in
Man, thinks, and becomes the master METHODIST UNITYAt Sun rises ............_... 6:07 a. m. New field York June 10, 1906.Died will be a parade from Key West mechanism needs no attention *44

of those that do not think. Sun sets ........u. ......... 6:46 p. m.I I led by the commissioners and a -not even oiling-and a' '
barbecue the
Moon rises ..... ._....... 9:04 a. m.Moon following ceremo carries a five year'guaranteeon
a joint conference,) of three prin- sets -:_......_..... 8:36 p. m. 1844-Elizabeth Stuart Phelps nies. An invitation has been issuedto its most vital .
Hollywood cameramen, too, are always Ward author, born in Boston. boy and girl scout organiza- part-the
aiming at the stars. cipal branches of the Methodist church, Tomorrow Tides I Died there, Jan. 28, 1910. tions and other bodies, civic and! mechanism. HOLDS AU tHIS FOODI

r held recently in Evanston, 111., another plan A.M.\ P.M. patriotic. :l t:'=
for High ........._......11:52 11:45 I Electric refrigeration IS a 21 I doe.I aacbeeeee2ea.ahat eau. l
bringing all three into single reunited 1852-Nathan Haskell Dole,
Some a Low ._._.. ..__ 5:18 5:23 I j. I b..ul. etttmp
who live b.s..
men a dog's life, Probably author-linguist, born at Chelsea. I necessity and not a luxury. s ck.rria 3 lb.,
body was proposed, and is believed to have Barometer a a. m. today* John L. Curry city supervisorof ;.roe e Iba tout.l heal
'do not have any license to do so. good prospects for success. Sea level 29.92. Mass. Died May 9, 1935. registration informed The Citi-:. It is Economical, Safe and 3 leusce Iba wa.aoe: 1 bla, e escenbe.I b..c.i .

zen this morning that the regis Durable. Ask the hundreds sr re S
The three branches concerned the i ,, p : :.
What father would'like most to get are WEATHER FORECAST J I 1863-Charles A. Boston noted tration of voters for the coming i of satisfied users in Key "fed. dr'waie 1 ::.
Methodist Episcopal Church (Northern New York lawyer president of election in November is being i lard 2 left-oe.r to.West.
out of? his new car is the rest of the family. I the American Br Association, carried on in the office of' the: 2 taws e.ick e freesin t qt.;water bond.(to
branch), the Methodist Episcopal Church, (Tin 8 p. m., Sunday) : ice < ; *-2 Its. el icelThe
Key West and. Vicinity: Partly born in Baltimore. Died :March i chief of the fire department. on,
South, and the Methodist Protestant ,I ,
Never put off until tomorrow what cloudy probtqbly. showers tonight 10, 1935. the first floor of the city halL:
Church. Their' union would bring into the The work is being done there be-
you can gr* somebody to do for you today. rn.:.' r J'j j.i r r vI extensive Key West Electric Companyoi'iosriiss
United Methodist Church, the name sug- !!t r- .( J'/L ( 1872-Edith Rockefeller Mc- made cane to the repairs of being the i!
upper portion
gested for the new body about eight million .J- Cormick. Chicago social leader
Marriage isn't exactly a lotteryina communicants, 20 million constituents, Lt" ,I' ,.and patron of the arts, daughterof building. The books were 'opened
lottery one can tear up the ticket and John D., bjorn in Cleveland. --
and property valued at about one billion (l Died Aug. 25, 1932.
forget it.The. :

dollars. It would be the largest Protestant r northward along the Atlantic ...................... .. ... .... ............ .. .. ....
domination in the United States.
country is eagerly waiting for ". coast to New England and a heavy
There would be more than 35,000 l 1 II local shower of 2.48 inches was
some one to think crazier share-the-
up. a churches, with 29,000 ordained ministersand l reported from Port Arthur; Tex-

wealth scheme. about 19,500 local preachers. It is Partly Cloudy 'SLowore I t as. There have also been light to
I moderate rains in the lower Lake FREE! FREE!

Where law ends, tyranny begins. The estimated that the operating budget of the and Sunday; gentle to moderate I!I I region and eastern Canada. Tem-
United Methodist Church would be about variable winds j I peratures are below the seasonal
Constitution. tells us what is law; ergo, uphold 100 million dollars annually. Florida: Partly cloudy probably 'I average in most sections east of
the Constitution.A showers tonight and Sunday.lthe,! Rocky Mountains, except in-
Efforts to bring about such a union Jacksonville to Florida Straits I Florida and are 11 to 14 'degrees

have been made for many years without and East Gulf: Gentle to moderate 'I below normal in the Lake region Imported English
modern food expert is one who can north and northeast winds except; and Ohio Valley. .
success, but the 45 commissioners who I
look at a calf and tell how many chicken participated variable over extreme south por- i G. S. KENNEDY:
in the latest joint conference are tion; weather partly overcast to-: Officer in Cbarge.
sandwiches it will make.A optinvstic; over the present outlook. The night and Sunday with local showers !i 0= 53-PIECE DINNER SET I
over south portion Sunday. Subscribe to The Citizen-20cweekly.
social service conference will discuss ,new plan would require ratification by the I .
general conferences of the three branches WEATHER CONDITIONS :
the modern home and the local jail.
concerned before it could be put into ef-
With a view, we assume, to keeping both fect. Pressure is relatively low this 1 1 KEY WESTCOLONIAL i (Worth $19.79))

better filled. morning over far northeastern aDd HOTEL .

Readers of The Citizen 'keep up with PENNSYLVANIA AND NEGROESThe southwestern Tonopak.Point, Quebec Nev.,,29.84 sections.29.92 inches inches: Father;,while and\;i i,I I I II In the and Center Theater of the District Business 0:i 1 Set will. be given away this a

merchandising events by seeing the advertising moderate high pressure areas, week to of
i that wise merchant print. You Negroes of the entire United crested over Manitoba; The Pas, First CU.-Fireproof- : one our
30.26 inches and the lower Ohio
wouldn't who has States will be interested in the recently SeuibU Rat.. ie
expect a man nothing to Valley Louisville Ky., 30.20 inches i customers '
sell to pay money to tell you about it. passed, "No Discrimination Law," which overspreads most other dis COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

goes into effect on September first in the tricts. Light to moderate show- Ike. ............., ....... 0 %
ers and thunderstorms have oc- Garage Elevator -
Writes Edwin C. Hill, world's highest great State of Pennsylvania. curred since yesterday morning in P.pmlar Price I :

paid columnist: "It is interesting to note The bill, which passed the two eastern and southern Florida and J i Prices Slashed On =

that, for the fin time in the history of I Houses with a lone dissenting vote, was ._- ','.

America, there is high social and official promptly signed by Governor Earle, although I
sanction for gambling in which hundredsof a faint objection was heard. The I I : MASONITE PRESTWOOD

thousands, possibly millions, participate. law stipulates that there shall be no dis- Your Checking Account ;o

None other than Mrs. Oliver Harriman is crimination: against Negroes or any other ,
Th material is ideal for
taking the lead in the. energetic campaignto persons "because of race, creed or color"in A Permanent Record i i

legalize lotteries. nearly forty types of business places, including .. 0

inns, taverns, hotels, ice cream f STORM SHUTTERS :q
With the 'inaay new Federal and State taxes, BOW
Be temperate in all things. Two despicable parlors, saloons, theaters, 'music halls, libraries that : .
keep -
more tbaae.e5it is you ; a permanent
characters are the profligate and schools, colleges and public con- record oty.oar _every transaction.: ..-................. ..

the tight-wad; one throws away his money veyances. .- .. Your checking account wick a. can keep.; your books :

to the detriment of himself and those de- Pennsylvania's population in 1930 for y_. Yonr deposits and checks are a reliable>> and acceptable -, e Carey's Roofing $1.40 roll and

Uendent upon him; the other squeezes the was 9,631,350, of which 431,257....were rec.rd .f yoer Uicsias ana1owtgo; your sales sad per up |

pennies until they bring tears to the face classified as Negroes. It will be interest- expense folly wortK the small charge ...... for tke -...-
Then of if balance U sufficient thereare
ice. coarse
of Honest Abe. Their money is no goodto ing to observe the enforcement of the new your
no ckarf
( them or those who have a rightful claimto law and, in 1940, the increased Negro pop- I

its benefits. Memento mori! Those ulation of Pennsylvania. Certainly, if keep..; A mentUy If it should statement be lost is, our rendered files yon on your which account yon should are. I ''South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. i

fire the words with which these two ex- there is a dissatisfied Negro anywhere in always open to )'-.

tremists should salute each other. It the United States, who is disgruntled over See as for complete banking service. i Plume 598 WlOte aad EKa Streets I

might awaken them to a realization from | the treatment received in any section, it is

which none may escape, though it is hardto j 1 relatively easy to make a trip into Pennsylvania The First National Bank of Key West I' "Your home i ia worthy of the best". I.

believe that the prodigal and the miser [ settle down and enjoy the liberty II'L .
could be persuaded to deviate from their j I and privileges guaranteed under the new I Member. of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. ..........................................................*...:
obsessions by any reminder. law. e
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4. And In some wonderful way that I SPORTS ---

GLADYS STORY don't understand Rex found 700.- LEY MEMORIAL M. E. ,: FLEMING STREET METHODIST Sam B. Finder and W. P. Monti

"Laurie he can do something to CHURCH. SOUTH CHURCH cino, Teachers
*\i fOUR sister_ U dowaslairt.1' said me-I can't tell you what!" Glad This class meets every Sunday

Res "T,.. put her la charge of confessed shaking In a sadden Rev. M. L. Smith Pastor Cor. Fleming and William Street morning at the Harris School auditorium

the woman la tht dreSlInor om. paroxysm of fear and shams"When Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. I Shuler Peele, Pastor at 10 o'clock. Men and
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rm with him. I can't even think ofmyself. Church school at 9:45 m.,
who has, taken her Into a'small a. i Church school meets at 9:45 women not connected with any
I didn't know what I was '
-- with Ed. R. superinten
'a&1oJa. which la She U 1- William N. Knowles other Bible Class and regardless
empty. very doing Now It seems It can't have I a. m. sup

much npset. Go down to her at been m..who came here With him. LOPEZ DEFEATS eeeee.e.eeeee.eeteee..eetLOCAL I PIRATES DEFEAT dent.Morning worship at 11 o'clock. erintendent. The Wesley Fellowship of denominations are invited t .

once.: and lied to you and made poor Nelly DIAMOND BALL. Subject: "A Cry From the Cross." I Bible Class meets in the pas- attend.

He caught Lanrl'a arm. a* shewayed. so miserable by telling her she must LEAGUES' STANDING Communion Day. tor's study.
keep my secret. FIRE FIGHTERS ST. LOUIS NINEBROWNS Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
almost fainting ja her relief. -N.'I e r mind darling" said ................:....... tl I Junior Epworth League meetsat Holy Communion.
Laurie. -Ifs all right Dtlw.-. <* 4:00 p. m. }Ira. V. -A. Archer Intermediate Epworth League
"Steady! he said gently. "Youmum' But Gladys had to unburden her LASTNIGHT3-1 SENIOR LEAGUE I:in charge meets at 3:30 m. Miss Venda- 909 Olivia Street
I Club- W. L. Pct.: TO VICTORY I Intermediate League p. Wm. Pastor
give way. Walt for me poor little heart. GO I Epworth line Watkins superintendent. Skondeen
downstairs. I won't be long. Now I know I never believed la Bermuda Bakery ___ 2 1 .667 I meets at 5:00 p. m Mrs. S. J'i i; meetsat Sunday morning worship 11
( Aa the hurried out trembling, him at all." she repeated In a I Lopez Funeral Home 2 1 .667 OVER* DETROIT TIGERS Pierce in charge. I Young People's League Felton :o'clock.

the taw Rex Moore advancing on strangled voice. "1 Just wanted 'to SENIOR LEAGUE CONTESTPUT Busy Bee ......._.....__._ 1 1 .500 BY SCORE CF S-7 Young People's Departmentmeets I" 7 p. m. Miss Mary ,I Sunday school for all, 3:30 p.

Jimmy Dallas with murder In his be with him-anyhow. It was all my ON LAST EVENING AT Firemen --._........_ 0,.. 2 ..000BASEBALL "f I at 7:00( p. m. Miss Norma i president.Evening worship service at 9:00 m.
eyes. fault. Laurie. I led him on to think Yates president. I Sunday night evangelistic service -
o'clock. Sermon the
by pastor. I'
S that I knew what he meant And I BAYVPSW PARK WAS INTERESTING SOCIAL LEAGUE Evening worship service at 8:00,I 7:15 o'clock.
/s.N! lal t. The ntlsrn) returned from his
The tor has
Gladys was weeping quietly la the thought I did."Batwhen. W. 1. Pct. pa
Club- NEW YORK, Aujr. I.-The o'clock.: Subject: "Twice Born. I Tuesday, 7:15 p. m, prayer and
simple unrestrained misery of a we were backspin GAMEBy Lighthouse ._........._.._. 2 1 ..667Bxyview Prayer and praise service each'1 action and will deliver a help- praise service.
tired child. The tears rained down here last night, after she show and Stan ..00..00.. 2 1 .667! Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. i j ful sermon at this service. Friday, 7:15 p. nu, fellowship

la a curtain. She had evidently the supper-I Just knew that I had Service ............__......_ I I .500 St. Louis Cardnials, 9 to 3. Tha Young people's choir practice I RejraUr monthly meeting of meeting.

thanked her clothes before her light been aU'wrong., I didn't want lust ( JOVE) Administration ........ 0 2 .000 triumph put the fourth-place Buccaneers each Thursday at 7 p. m. Mist ;] the Board of Stewards Monday at Saturday, 2:30 p. m., boys and
the night before. She wore a light a good time. I didn't want.to be Lopez Funeral Home diamond- I P. ?I. in tie pastor's study.
bins muslin frock and a thin crepe with him-anyhow. I'm afraid I only six! trames behind thepacesetters Alice Jenks pianiet. | Mid-week prayer and Bible girls' church.
ball ten defeated the Firemen'soutfit I Church choir practice each Friday
coat over It. and a darker blue! made; silly see De. I knew what I'd GAME red reduced.the margin !1 study, Wednesday at 8 p. m. I I
crochet cap on her glorious carls. done and I went quite dotty, 1 think. in a very good game last f of the Cams over the at 8 p. m. Mrs. J. Roland !I Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately CATHOLIC CHURCHSt.

The dreu and coat were crumpled. He tried to make me stay.; and I night at Bayview Park. I place Giant tc a single 'lIecond-1 Adams, pianist. following the mid-week

tad. looked sorry finery. ran away." Walker and Gates staged a I ON LABOR DAY : While the test' of the : service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts, di-I Mary's Star of the Sea
Her whole aspect was bedraggled League idled the St. Louis Brows '
duel. Walker rector. Rev. Wm. Reagan S. J.
great pitching I' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,
like a lower that someone hat T AURI sat with her sister'shands 'upset the lergne-levl'ng; Detroit ,
broken off 1U stem and flung away. Lv clasped la bars. She did struck out eight batters and Gates 7 belated I in charge
Tigers 8 to
by stoppin -
CONTEST TO BE FOR. ; services for this
Eaton Between Duval and Order of
She had lost all her defiance: the not look at Clad. whiffed 14. Tiger drive after staging a Street FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Only one earned run was madein Simonton Streets church:
OF late inning rally of their own. CHURCH
the game, which was scored by James S. Day Pastor Sunday morning Masses will be
the Embalmers in the second .in- PATROL These were the only two games Bible School at 9:45 a. m. I said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock.
;:. :: .' :, 'sTYiiwRex : ning. 'played in either of the major : Captain O. T. Pogue, superintendent. J. C. Gekeler Pastor Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock.
leagues, others being rained out or Corner of White and Washington
Sterling connected for two i Classes for everyone. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock

r. n J safeties! out of four tries to lead (By JOVE) not The scheduled.summaries follow: :;I Morning worship at 11 o'clock.: Sunday school Streets meets at 1C a.I Sundays and Fridays.
boo: n.1 the players at bat. A baseball will be played Appropriate to LI her Sunday the
I II i m. A. C. Elgin, superintendent.The
"Wrinkley Bi l" Ingraham Labor Day !between, the eternal I pastor will speak on "The Honorof
At Pittsburgh R. H. E. I Adult Bible Class is taughtby TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN
struck! out for the first time this rivals the Lopez Funeral Home I St. Louis .._ ..._. 372 the Joe. the I CHURCH
year. ten and the Bus' Bee Bakers. : Pittsburgh ..::::......:::::::::: 9140 :! The Baptist Training Union t Morning pastor.worship' at 11 o'clock.!I
In the field Ingraham had 17 Fans know how these two clubs meets at 7 o'clock.
i Batteries: Hallahan Collins and Evening worship at 8 o'clock.
: pctouts. Gabriel had 10, C. Vidal I fight when they meet and it is Davis; Lucas nad Padden. i Evening worship at 8 o'clock. I (Colored)
alga played good. confidentally expected that the --- Sermon subject: "Christ Before ; 717 Simonton Street
The victory put the Lopez ten game Labor Day will be no ex- 1 Pilate." CHURCH OF GOD I Rev. Alfred DeBarritt PastorSlnday
in a tie with the Busy Bees for I ception to the rule. i Brooklyn at New York post-- George Mills White will be with morning, "Lessons From

first place in the Senior League. Line-ups have: been announcedas :pnoed, rain. us at the evening service and'tingcne I PauL"
Score bv innings: R. II. E. follows: of his favorite 8elections.CONCREGATIONAL 1106 Olivia Street Do you not kno v that the

I 1 Lopez ._ 100 100 010-3 11 2 Busy Beet No other games scheduled. Morning school service 3:30 at 11 o'clock.: :i I I[harder yon are at work, the bap-

Firemen 100 000 000-1 2 3 P. Castro. 3b; CHURCH Sunday p. m.' per! you are. "D'ckens.' "
AMERICAN LEAGUE service 7:15
Batteries: C. Gates and Ingra- J. Hale] 2b; l Sunday night ; Sunday evening "Paul the
At St. Louis R. H. E. o'clock. .
ham; Walker and GabrieL A. Acevedo, ss; I 527 William StreetE. Workman."
Detroit o....._,._.w_ 7 14 2 Evangelistic service Wednesday -. .
M. Acevedo. I This is the Gospel of labor.
c; Richard Evans, Pastor 0
St. Louis ._ 8 10 0 7:15
Carbonell If; UhU.hO'U Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. p. f sing it, ye bells of the Kirk, the
BASEBALL GAME Batteries: Bridges and Coch- I Prayer and praise service, Friday
Pena. Ib; Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Lord of' love came down from
i rane; Cain and Hemsley. 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet- work.
Bethel PiSweeting ; The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- above to live with men who
cf ing. Tuesday ennil'r at 8 o'clock,
HERE TOMORROWBy ; I Boston at Philadelphia, postponed per will be administered.;
Roberts or Ward, rf; rain. Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m. the Rev. John B. Culpepper, minister -
B. E. Brantley, manager and I Evening worship 8 olclock.: Latia of the First Methodist church,

l Higgs, substitute. i Sermon subject: "Seeking Higher Services Sundays Tuesdays and Trill preach. Seats reserved for
I ( JOVE) No other games scheduled. Thursdays conducted by Rev.
Lopes isitors.
Levels Of
There will be one game at the I Li.-ing. Charles E. Lazo. I
I Machin, If; .. teeeeeeeeesi Mid-week service, Wednesday
I .
\ Navy Field tomorrow afternoon. Sunday school. 9:30 a. m.
Baker, as; 8 o'clock.
I The Service nine will)} play the f i: evening at SAINT PETER'S CHURCH ,
advanced. Jimmy with murder In his eye.note Cuban Stars in a baseball: game. Albury, 3bjIngraham ; : CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
; c;
of gay selfishness had gone. "What did you do, darling j j"I j This contest vil. get under way Sterling Ib; t FIRST METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH. SOUTH (Colored)

There was no trace of sullen resist don't know. It was very late I I I at 1 o'clock.* Artman, 2b; i Center Street Between Peojonia

mace In the exquisite teardrenchedface. you know. I had to get a porter to i Batteries will be Wiliams and Lopez rfjGonzalez ; ; Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts "EL SALVADOR" and Olivia

let me out of the hoteL But it wasn'tdark II Rodriguez for the Service club cf; '.e..e..e..ee.eeee. John B. Culpepper, Jr.. Pastor I Corner Grinnell and Virginia Mass, 8 a. m.

Laurie took her IB her arms long. I got to the river and I and Sanchez and A. Castro for the H. Gates, p; i SECOND SHEETS-500 for SOc. Church Sunday school opens at Streets Solemn Evensong and Benediction -
the attendant thought I'd throw myself In. You Stars. 10:00 under leadership of Blessed Sacra-
thanking dressing-room C. Lunn, manager; McCarthy, 1 The Artman Press. aug7 a. nu, Rev. Guillermo Perez, Pastor of the Most
and Intimating that she could I'm about Jimmy, and I Gerald Saunders general o
see. crazy super-
ment 7 p. m.
sub- Advertisements under this head
Sawyer, A. Lunn and Kerr, (Services in Spanish)
co. Tb. little salon led out of a didn't want to live any longer. I "" intendent. Each department meet Church school 8 a. m.
win be inserted in The Citizen at
GAME AT NELSON stitutes. I Sunday school: 10 a. m.
writlag-rooin. Nobody was likely to Just didn't. This game is being played for I the rate of le a word for each insertion in its own assembly room. j Preaching, 8 p. m. Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.
disturb them at this late. or. rather "But I was frightened and people Morning worship at 10:45 ServIces
the benefit of the Junior Patrolof : but the minimum for the Mothers' Club meets Monday, Week-Day
early hour."GladGlad. looked at me so queerly. Oh. Laurie "
o'clock. Subject: "Ruth. and Thursday
ENGLISH FIELD Key West.Today's. first insertion in every instance is Mass on Tuesday
My little one don't there were such dreadful people meeting at p. m.
soothed Laurie like mother.'You've wandering about by the river! I felt I 25e. Epworth League Bible study and prayer service, at 7 a. m.
cry? a .e..eee..............! ), Payment for classified advertisements 7:00 p. m. Miss Vsnessa Collins,I Litany and Sermon on Wednesday -
nothing to cry about now. like I did when I was m In Sydney I Wednesday; 8 p. m.
I've found you darling; that's all think I must have had fever j (By JOVE) is invariably in advance, leader. at 7:30 p. m.
that matters. You're quite safe with "But all today T" Laurie asked. I I 1 At the Nelson English field to- Birthdays but regular advertisers with ledger Evening worship service at 8 Confessions: After the Wednesday -
me. And Rex Is here. Rex found "What have you been dolngT | the All-Stars ..e..ee..e..ee..e... 'I accounts may have their advertise- o'clock. Subject: "HelL"Midweek "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. evening service.
morrow afternoon .. L. Oser and Monters.
and praise!
you Glad. He's wonderfuL I'm so Wandering about. think. I satIn II 1 ments charged. prayer
W. Frank Persons director of
I will play a picked team, beginning 8:00 Pastors
happy. I can think of nothing now a pretty park for hours. There Advertisers snould give their service on Wednesday at p.
at 3 o'c:1ock.Batteries : the U. S. Employment Service,: Duval and Angela Streets BETHEL A. M. E.. CHURCH
that you're safe.1 were lots of children playing about. street address as well as their tele-
They were so sweet. for this contest will born in Iowa 59 years ago. j phone number if their desire re- m.Choir rehearsal on Friday evening Sunday school, 3 p. m. Colored

girl cried a little more but "What have you had to eat I" be: Casa! and M. Acevedo for the' at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph Service in Spanish Friday at ( )

TIlE. for long. In the atmosphere "Nothing. I found I'd left my bag I Stars. and Storr and Joe McGee ['I Governor Martin S. Conner of sults.With each classified advertisement Sawyer, organist; Gerald Saunders 7:30 p. m. Corner Division H. 11. Hill and pastor Thomas_ Sts.

of love and selfless devotion with at the hoteL I hadn't even a hand for the picked aggregation. :Mississippi born at Hattiesburg. The Citizen will give free an choir director.
i Sunday; school 9:30 a. m.
which her sister had always surrounded -'kerchief! And Gladys gave a shrill I This exhibition of the national ,i Miss., 44 years ago. Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH
her.she soon recovered: her little laugh that tore her siller's I sport is expected to be one of the I it. THE SALVATION ARMY Preaching, 11 a. m.

self. But It was a stricken soul that heart. "I didn't want food anythow. best played on this field, and the I Herman Oliphant general counsel -', Duval and Eaton Streets Junior A. C. E. League meetsat
II walked about th* streets until It will until the end for FOR RENT Corner 5:39 p. m.
Stars fight
looked out of the grey-blue eyes.Glad's Treasury
to the Secretary of the Vernon W. Walker Offi- .
Captain S..d. meet
A. C. E.
Senior League
heart had been sorely I was dark. I lookjd< wounded but her self-assurance had ; Laurie the shops are too lovely, I I born at Forest, Ind., 51 years ONE LARGE AND ONE SMALL cer in Charge Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m. at 6:15 p. m.

received a mote crushing blow stilL I aren't they!" .. ago. apartment, furnished, conveniences 1002 Fleming Street I Mast (Communions), 7 a. m. Evening service 8 p. m.
She had thought herself so strong, This was a oc:1irr, U V real LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN 1 1T and poshes. Apply' 523 Company meeting (Sunday Mass for the Church School, Weekly Services

"Independent. She had Imagined Gladys, and Laurie smiled. Robert G. Caldwell of Texas Southard street. ug31 school: 9:45 a. m. Mrs. Kath- 9:30 a. m. Tuesday 7:30 p. m., data.

she eould have plenty of"ton. aad Then Gladys began to cry.agatm. L Minister to Portugal, born 53 erine Eldridge Young Peoples' Mass of Thanksgiving, 11 a. m. Friday 7:30 p. nt, choir rtheanaL -
not' pay for it. She had put her from.sheer'weakne9g> q rt} it I IWhen"t LEAGUE years ago. : EUNGALOW FOR RENT-Modern Sergeant Major, in charge. Evensong Prayer, Sermon *" '

faith In man in the shape of Jimmy was dot didn't kn
Dallas. And she had had a nasty what 1p do," the.said. 1 wet Into a Detroit 80 43 .650 John C. Martin. Philadelphia Apply Valdes Bakery. Subject: "Forms." Week Day

tumble from the dizzy height of romance big church somewhere: there was a New York, 70 52 .574 newspaper publisher, born atHagerstown I a ng 8-1 mo Young People's Legion, 6:30p. Morning Prayer 6:45 a. m. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST

and adventure Into the mire service going on. and such lovely Cleveland 64 58 .525 Md, 53 years ago. I m. Topic: "The Divine Dig- Mass, 7 a. m. CHURCH

of crass reality. music. But I felt terrible when It Boston ._.._..-._ 62 61 .504 FOR RENT-Completely fur- nity of Labor. Evening Prayer 5:30 p. m.

"Laurie. I'm so wretched she was over and they shut the doors. Chicago --- 51 60 .459 John McKinla,. president of nished bungalow with garage Salvation meeting, 8:00: p. m. A second Mass on Wednesdays, (Colored)
said la a voice hoarse from fatigue "And In the end I thought the only Philadelphia? _.. 51 68 .429 Marshall Field Chicago, born in and all modern conveniences. Subject: "Life's Journey." I 9a.m. Southard Street Between Thomas
and frl&hLI thought he loved me. thing to do was to come back to the
Washington 51 72 .415 Scotland: 61 years ago. Apply 90S South street Street service on Saturday nightat and Emma Street
I was crazy about him. And DOW hotel and get Jimmy to give me St. Louis 48 74 .393 ang23-tf the corner of Fleming and Do- William Perkins Pastor
you'll hate and despise me. And I some money to get back to England I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Frederic March screen star, val streets, 8 o'clock. G. Williams, Missionary Leader
with. I found somehow-
loathe myself for being such a tooL""Don't my way
talk like that. Glad!" said met a man who spoke English-and NATIONAL LEAGUE born ajt Racine, Wia. 38 years WANTED There will be a prayer meeting. Sabbath School (Saturday, 10
Club- W. I* Pet. ago. Monday night from 7 to 9 o'clock 327 Elizabeth Street o'clock.
Laurie. And BOW her level-headed- Just before I got to It. I came across I
lieu revealed Itself and she spoke Res Moore. lIe was almost Immediately St. Louis 76 46 .623 LADY STENOGRAPHER. as a start to a world-wide campaign -, Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Church services 11 o'clock In

la a quiet business-like way outside. That seemed to be the New York 75 47 .615 Queen Wilhelmina of Holland 9 until after mail distrbintion called by General Evange- Sunday morning service at 11 the morning.Y. .

"Everything: Is all right. 1 have seen end of everything." Chicago 77 50 .606 / born 55 years ago. Small salary, at first Applyin line Booth, entitled "The World o'clock. P. M. V. S..meeting 8:30

)(1'. Dallas and I know that he Coiryriffftt. u,.. CoroH Slant.) Pittsburgh 73 55 .570]I! I writing to Box X, Citizen I For God. I Wednesday evening service at o'clock p. m.

tricked yon Into coming here with I Brooklyn 56 68 .452 j eee.ee..tee..te.eeToday's Office: aug30-3tx Midweek service, Thursday, 8 8 'dock.i Prayer meeting every Wednesday

him. and that you went away last Philadelphia 53 70 .431 I p. m. i Reading room in Society build- night at 7:30 p. m.
sight because you found him outflOWDYKEY Mond.1lY.Rex Moore has a NMeue ."eheek Cincinnati 54 72 .429 : Horoscope 1: WANTED Cirtianee, to bid on:

Boston ._- -. 33 89 .2701 I your next printing order. The --
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........................ Hollywood marriage and Re-1 I You have an eager ,intellect Amman ,Presa.. aug7
with a shrewd insight into af
WEST! publican politician _are both successful fairs. The nature will be aonewhfjt I' PIANO "TUNING be Boe:4winlled'DoP -

I AMERICAN LEAGUE ( reserved and perhaps bash 't
PIANO TUNER, Lanreano Mereno. -!
New York at Philadelphia ful; not by any means unsociable,1 t :
By RED KERCE Speaking of making ends me.t.1 Two Games-Gomez vs. Blaehold- but a trifle awkward. The affections 1 Excellent piano for tab ACCEPl'ING'IMITATIONS

ieeeeeeeeeee. ............-I how can we make ends meet with I er; Tamulis vs. Doyle.: j t tI will te sincere, the mind-J! cheap.. ,,1015 Division street. I ,
meat selling high. i aug26-lmox
so I
Someone has discovered an island -I =ii Boston at Washington-Oster--i( pure and the disposition generous To set the original Doyle 100%_Pare Pilot'

ruled by goats. The only dif- i i I mueller vs. WhitehilL ; ; a person to be! depended ROOMS ". Besure: to MADE IN BALTIMORE, J' I MBT

ference between that island and ATTACKS BURGLAR AT S7 1 Detroit at St. Louis-Crowder,, upon. look for DBVM 100% Plan Paint has.oftaa! kca nape

America Li that the American I vs. Knott. '"THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled this Label iouttttt Me never JapbcatcJ. ...-:Aere". ...
goat (alias taxpeyer) has little to ST. LOUIS.-H. S!. White of I Cleveland at Chicago-Hndlialvs. BEGGAR HAS MONEYCLEVELAND. in price and location D vi. 10% f.r. PwntD casters t ---
I Kennedy. -- ,.,. punt Lw and It Ux only peath :.:::.--.:
do with running the government. this city aged 87, attacked and t running water. 128 N. E. 4th I hA: "'"'
.-Charles Arnold, that carries a of parity.fbokfbrthisGucmintceon. ==
to flight IJU&PUJYI gaannte
put a burglar discoveredin : street, Miami Fla. aug26-lmox
his room. NATIONAL LEAGITS arrested in this city for begging, :, I If I PAINT
satisfaction in having I
There is -
one Philadelphia at New York--Jor-i{ was found to have more than. $3- FOR SALE i the Label-
backs to the walL The j f
our gens, or Bowman vs. Schumacher. I 000 oa his person. ;I I, we....w wwaa_10887- ....... _..t_.....__
world can't see the patches on the TAKES COAT, TROUSERS Brooklyn at Boston-Earnshaw j I FOR SALE CHEAP- nd I I All ...._ ... t7 u q.h..w..e ..M .hr__. o.J.oe wig

eats of our pants. vs. Bnvtdt. Aecidents! % in the home killed 1{, Axminster Velvet Rugs. Size 11IERBDAVIS m. l'.fJJul'fI 18SII BALTDWSEMnG. -

CHICAGO. bandit; who held St. Louis at Cincinnati-Nig 245 Kansas residents the first half 9x12. Sale 9 to 12 A. M. : .

A noted fiction writer is' one up James Walsh in this city took GameP. Dean vx Hallingsworth of 1935 while only 8& deaths]I! Frank Johnson 130 Dahl 1 I C. ROBERTS < Comer Ca1:ode an. WiSam i Streetss

who can convince the public\ that his victim's coat and trousers. Chicago at. Pittsburgh were-due to industrial accident j street. ang23 '

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1 .j WILL HOLD SALE rrllll'.I' 111'I DeMolay Labor Day Dance.

; :-: SOCIETY :-: ................................................. AS BENEFIT FORREDCROSSUNTT [At The Stores 11 11FALL I TO SUBSCRIBERS-

)Ir. and Mrs. Jack Baker left
'. ..........................i.................... on the S. .s.. Cuba] today for a over Representative the East Coast B. yesterday.C. Papy left fora If you do net receive your .

Mrs. George Gomez Hostess short! visit in Havana. business trip to Homestead. paper by 6IS o'clock in th.
I afternoon, call telephone 51
At Shower Here Yesterday Mrs. Mary Day who was in Misses Rosamond Anderson and Many local merchants and a paper will b. seat to
are now;
Gainesville, Fla. taking a special Martha Marcus left yesterday afternoon OTHER FEATURES TO BE PUT
r course of studies, returned yester- for their homes in ltliamia.fter busy in New York and other Tsar hn*. A complaint boy ..J ACKSO N'v.r tEn. :

Airs. George Gomez entertained .Miss Louise Falk. Miss Alice day accompanied by her son, a pleasant visit of several ON IN CONNECTION[ WITH stock Eastern markets purchasing new It on duty at this of He. from GEORGE +
for the
.. her home on North Beach yesterday Jones Mrs. Isabel Ball, )Irs. IL K. John. Louis. weeks as guests of Miss Minnie MOVEMENT AT CIRCUS Fall and Winter seasno. 6sl5 to 7115 p. m. for th. WASHINGTON JOG __... ,'.:

;i afternoon in. honor of Miss Taylor, Mrs. W. E. Julian Mrs Knowles, of Francis street. Mr. and.Mrs. purpose of delivering .......sa.- jd .' :,' .
I. com
Antoinette Sullivan who is her J. Defgado, Mrs. B. DeWitt Mrs Mrs.. Glaude Williams and MONDAY AFTERNOON Appelrouth have n.. wwJW lied.. : }
Helen : : been at the markets for several plaints.( Help a. give yon 100 a..d...... .. t-1'. ,r 705U501
Miss .
house guest, and also gave a towel E. Pangle Mrs. O. S. Long. daughter Claude Williams Dir and Mrs. C. Cj Johnson ;left -- ,
shower in honor of Miss Dorothy Mrs. Hovard Wilson, Mrs Ross!! who were spending' a vaca- yesterday afternoon-for-&-visit at has weeks been and write that their trip per coat .scrvic by. caling 51 ---.._ q

Cleare who will be married tomorrow Sawyer: Jr.. M s. Hanry Jones, tion in North Carolina and other Islamorada and other pointy. on In :an effort to continue the stock for very successful. New if you do not receive The Citi- SATls..ttto.d.--'-.
afternoon to Ufut, Ed- Mrs. Dan Lewis Mrs. Helen Williams points returned on the. 'Havana the keya. .I f workof; the local Red Cross chap arriving daily Store of Fashion is ....
ward R. McCarthy. Miss Steiia Long. Mrs. Ar- Special today. MAYVtOWFIn
I ter' in this city cntil the annual Morris
Holtsberg and Charles
The color scheme: was pink and thur Gomez M.-s. Allan B. Cleare, William R. Warren Jr., left ..I'I'.I'I.l1Deltolay t too a...as ,
't hate, with the home beautifully Jr.. Mrs. Allan B. Cleare, Sr.,I Miss Juanita Mayg left on the yesterday afternoon over the East roll calf drive in November the Aronovitz are also at the fashion 1.er shoo... ,
.ieeerated: for the occasion. Mrs. II. W. Banbridge. Mrs. Edwin I Steamship Cuba this afternoonfor Coast for Miami where he will chapter will conduct a sale of merchandise centers personally !selecting new \ Labor Day Dance. ? i a..r.a. +1

Those present were: Trevor, Mrs. Roy' E. Lade, Mrs a vacation of two weeks with meet Miss Fatima Towle and escort candy and home-made cakes at the for their respective: 7f

Miss Dorothy Cleare, Miss Antoinette Neil Knowles, Mrs. Ed. Duri arid relatives in Havana.Mr. her to Key West where she I circus Monday (Labor Day) afternoon stores. CARD. OF THANKS l w t aAllsstmr.ILAt GMAGI .feels.
Sullivan Miss Mary Falk, M'ss: Florence :;'wyer. will be a guest at the home of Dr. -
beginning at 3 o'clock i it We would like to extend thanks
I and Mrs. Arthur Schraderand and Mrs. Warren. SCHOOL OPENING SPECIALS
daughter were arrivals today I has been announced by Mrs. GraceB. to the many relatives and friends LER

Junior Woman's Club Enjoys from St. Augustine for a visitI Eddie Roberts: and brother, Phillips executive secretary ol t Prepare for school is the advise! for the kind attention shown our r-7M.4..d.nt a.1 s.d..
I l r with relatives. John who were here for the funeral the local chapter.In given in advertisements carriedfor : beloved son and brother WilliamB. a
of their brother William Roberts I addition to the candy and local stores in today's paper. Roberts Jr. To those who .....eve. ?
Delightful Party Cabana Mrs.\ Rosalie! Martinez who was I Jr., left yesterday afternoon cakes there will be a fortune teller Pearlman's Inc., is featuring a sent florals gave the use of their F

-- spending at vacation with friends for, their home in Miami. and a palmist on hand to read the number of real attractive specials cars, to Rev. E. P.. Evans and thechoir sATlsstm.d?

Members of the Junior Woman's Members present were: Misses in the Oarolinas. returned on the future of those wishing to know in the advertisement on Page of the First Congregational WEST YL.WU1

Club enjoyed a delightful Cabana J,Martha CarbonelL Barbara Carey. Havana Special today. I Mr.' and Mrs. J. D. Brantley, what the coming years have in Four for Saturday and Monday.Holtsberg's Church we offer our heartfelt TTie

party'yesterday afternoon at Rest two sons. Marshall and Jack. Mrs. store for them. advertisement car gratitude
Beach beginning 5 o'clock. I I' Betty Curtis Clara Yates Nellie I Judge H. H. Taylor of Coral- Brantley's mother Mrs. W. W. By purchasing candy and cakes ries scores of items at special WM. B. ROBERTS and FAMILY.

:i 'Various gtmes were played and Louise Russell, Florrie Retchings, Gables was an arrival on the Harper I' ] and daughter. Doris ar- and patronizing the fortune tell prices for the Monday School ug31-ltx
bicycle races occupied the time i Edna :Mae Russell Rit.. Finder I morning train today from Miami I' rived over the East Coast yesterday ers at this entertainment Monday Opening Sale.D. .
U- the members and guests. Mrs Camille Pierce and Florence Saw- tor the week-end as a guest of I from Macon Ga. and are the the public will be assisting in the Aronovitz Department Store "JarksonTtlle'a .....,.c "..* '

William W. Demeritt, Jr., won the )'er"t'" ." Attorney and Mrs. J- Lancelot guests of )[r. Brantley's ...brother good work which thq Red Cross is has reduced the prices on all 1 THE SEMINOLE

prize.. "?Mesdames O. S. Long Wm. W. Lester. and sister-in-law Mr. and )lr&. B. carrying on, but which will haveto shoes for Saturday and Monday.A .
: Refreshments were served durIng -| Demeritt Jr.,'Jqsep}} ,Lopei, ,Harry M B_. ;ir *. '.' E. Brantley' the home at 900 be discontinued unless funds large line of girls' Oxfords GEORGE WASHINGTON
the afternoon at Cabana Number t Pritchard. Raymond! .Curry and Mrs.\ Blondon Goehring and Francis street. are forthcoming, it is announced : have just! been received. tOO !....will 1. .. .mt $......
'13. James K. ,Brady*,' ". ,. children who were spending a by those in charge of the work of I I oa.a.8..remos.. ..

'Guests of the club were: Mrs.I Hostesses-wer-', I:Mrs.:'.* HarryPritchardrrMit' vacation in Miami with relatives,I George and Eugene Pierce who this organization; in Key West. MENDELL'S NEW SIGN c oh9S bar ]' wawad SUO-mi I.w.-GARAGE ad.-w.Ys...s15.RATES .
Howard Weatherford and Mrs. Raymond Curry returned this morning over the were in Miami for the funeral of It is hoped by chapter officials
f_ 1= ... -
O Ra,11
East Coast. that sufficient -civic will 1W:11.: : -l ::. I II
Francis Johnson. agd-DH de ., their brother Lawrence, who died pride Mendell's Exclusive Men's Shop f
in Miami from injuries received prevent the discontinuance of Red has recently installed new sign
Mrs. Corrine Roberts and son, when struck by an automobile, Cross work in this city and that advertising Nunn-Bush Shoes one I-
Stamp Society Entertained At Kenneth, who were spending a returned yesterday. the coming annual drive win meet of the nationally advertised -- .-a II
I while in Miami with relatives re- the required amount to carry on brands of men's shoes carried at I

Headquarters Here Last Night turned today. B. M. Duncan engineer in the chapter work.IMPORTS this new men's store. Jarkaoavlllr.. B. GRI PR.F1rMaCHA9. MMBfrr HOLTSBERG'SSchool

charge of the bridge projects on A. human home-Ilk, institution
-- Mr.\ and Mrs. W. T. Archer returned where you will rind pour ImiltHmmtifort I
the keys, and Mrs. Duncan were WASPS TO ..* e.t."....... a mat SaleFOR
Members of the Philatelic and on the Havana Special to-
Refreshing punch, cookies, mints returning passengers over the East FIGHT ter of great importance.
Numismatic Society entertainedthe and candy were served with Mrs. day from a visit with relatives in Coast yesterday from Miami. OTHER PESTS II IIny Avoid accidents by having good -o- MONDAYREMNANTS

Key West Philatelic Society Jennie B. de Boer, Secretary of Miami. brakes is the advice of the repair A ..**! flrv.rr .II..c' locate
informally last night at the Key ( Asoriated Press) In the heart *f the dtyEvery
Miss Linton
Vitte who at-
was department of Trevor
West Philatelic Headquarters at the Philatelic and Numismatic Society Reginald Hart of the state LONDON Aug. 31.-Britain is I' -e- --
tending summer school at Tallahassee .
Morris Inc.Repairing
J.;. assisting the hostess. plant! board who in suffering from a shortage of Room with Combination Tub
708 Eaton street. was on
returned yesterday accom- relining and adjusting and Shower Bath. Radio. Electric tables of REMNANTS,
President Everett L. Sawyer of Other members of both societies this district left over the highway panied by her mother who was wasps. i brakes is one of the specialties Ceiling )Fag Slat Door for Summer including dress lengths of foot
the Key West Philatelic Society yesterday morning, accom- The! yellow and black insects Ventilation. Comfortable Bed. with and KT yards. Com early and
Herbert visiting at Tavernier. of
present were: Boy- this well known garage Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction
delivered an interesting talk on panied by Mrs. Hart and the children have been conspicuously absent and Individual Reading fet your pick. .
"Stamps As An Investment" den, Miss Mary Fay McClanahan! for Miami John A. Russell postmaster at from the jampots at picnics this Lamps 10 pieces of Fast Color Prints

which was followed by a discus- George Collins John Lowe De- Islamorada who was in Key West summer and-here's the sting- CAR REFINISHING RATES on sale per yard lOc

sion of the sul-ject., lance- Martin, Mrs. Emily Martin Mrs. M- E. Koon, -Aho was vis yesterday for a short business!! visit Britons have discovered that a 7* nM*. Private Bath _..._Stan fXM: 50 pieces of Fast Color Print '
President and Margaret Zinaida John B. Neff, Arthur Paatorini. iting'with relatives left yerler- left for his home in the after wasp is one of man's best friends Colonial Service Station is well He !*__.. Prlval Bath .__ :3JM Klaxons. Voiles, and Broadcloths -
'von Mietk-Liuba of the Philatelicand President Everett: L. Sawyer, Mrs. day for her ''home in Homestead. noon. The rate of multiplicationamong qualified to refinish automobilesin 24 to n R*_*....., Private Private Bath Bath _._ XS a.ee* on ,sale per yard ISc
Numismatic Society were host Lauriettc Sawyer and Jay Stricker. insects is enormous and Duco. Old cars are made to I. ....Ie R.-.. Private Bath .JHk, 20 pieces of Fast Color Voiles
and hostess. Jose Magrinsl" ., who was spending wasps play an important part innaturc.s look almost as good as new after BLIGHT l.tCRKASB FOR UOtBLB and Flaxons on sale at per
Sergeant J. W. Mixon, attachedto worked at OCI1PAl"VY yard .. ... .. .._.._... 20e
few in battle being on by experts
: in the
=.;.. ... a ia/s Key West following the local Army post who with by aiding
his arrival Monday from extermination of pests. this station. GIRLS' SCHOOL MESSES
Dance At Cuban Havana left yesterday for M'ami' Mrs. Mixon and daughter have This year the shortage of LATEST STYLES. SIZES 7
I Dance Tonight At been visiting with relatives i in TO 14, on SALE MONDAY
Club Monday and utter a short nay there will| Dothan Alabama, returned over wasps which is held due to the FREE DINNER SETA ONLY AT ....... .... 90.
Night I Country Club proceed to the mountains of North j'the highway Thursday. dry weather has reached such New Footwear- GIRLS SCHOOL DRESSES.
Carolina. j I proportions that the imperial Entomological beautiful 63-piece English WITH COMPLETE SCHOOL
Arrangements for the big Labor Key West Country Club is sponsoring Institute is importing dinner vet is to be given to one KIT TO MATCH. SIZES 3
Day Dance which will be held at I a dance at the clubhouse Wilbur Jo--; ;;; : blacksmith. I I| J SPECIALSERMON larvae breeding wasps and send- of the customers of the South SHOES Hundreds have of pairs of in New TO 14, ON SALE MONDAY

the Cuban Club on Monday nightare tonight at the usual hour. withthe/ lighthouse department.; ing them to farmers. Florida Contracting and Engineering Mr. Appelrouth been who sent is now by in ONLY, FOR ...-.... $1.75
This affair is for members and left yesterday afternoon for SUNDAY Blow flies which prey upon Company this week. Full details New York selecting Fall and Best Grade Middy Blouses on
completed. The dance will be I out-of-town guests. ami to spend a few days with ) EVENINGs the green fly which de on this offer will be gladly Winter stock. sale for .....-.. ... .... 75e
staged under the auspices of:Robert Johnson and the children, who ltli-I f pasturage and the white given at the store corner White Special Reductions on Summer Boys' Longies, sizes 8 to 16.

J. Perry Chapter, Order of vacationing; with relatives. fly are the principal enemies of: and Eliza streets.. Shoes for Saturday and dark colors, per pair $1.00
3 DeMolay with John Pritehard's I -. '' i t Rev. J. B. Culpepper Jr.,. pastor the British farmer. \ Monday Boys' Polo Shirts new style:,
Orchestra furnishing the music Hints for MotoristsBy Mr. and Mrs. S. :}J. Moore who I I of the First Methodtet (Stone) 1 DeMolay\ Labor Day Dance. SCHOOL SHOES on sale for ... ....... .__ SOC
I were spending a few days in Key Culpepper preached to the largest SCHOOL GIRL SPECIAL Navy Blue Silk Crepe for
Church, has selected the subjectof '
.for Sale Girls'School
the evening. I C. R. Strouse West as the guests of their son- crowd yet since coming to the on Boys' and skirts, (per yard ..._..._ SOc
The ri'-st "Hell" for his at this -- Shoes Saturday:> : and
of the eve- sermon SALE ON BOBBY SOX PER
in-law and daughter Mr. and I 4 city, and it is predicted that evena
ning will be the prize waltz and a I Director.lattrastional School ComipoadcBCt of Aatsmobilti. Mrs. Victor Jtoffat.\ left yester- church tomorrow evening. larger eongregation will hear PERMANENT WAVESTwo Black Monday.Brown New and shipment Sport Ox-of PAIR _..................._ ._ 10c

large number of dancers are expected School. day afternoon for the home in Rev. Culpep:;:2r says many people : ]him tomorrow night. Permanents 5.QQ fords. Phoenix Bobby Sox .for. boys
and .
girls 2Se
to compete for the prize.A I for ..._ per pair
Marathon.Mr. consider this subject out of DeMolay Labor Day Dance. I See window !
display of Girls'and
grand march will follow and at!I t Better Waves' $5.00 and np
date, but states that those who line of TAHITIAN[ I Boys' School Shoes. New
midnight will
be the
big event of MRS. MILLER
and Mrs.
Leroy Sawyer left 'l I styles arriving daily at the
the hear him Sunday evening will havea PRINTS in all colors beautiful -
evening, the serpentine dance. over the East Coast yesterday aft MONROE THEATERWallace Ocean View Apt. I Phon 574-J best popular prices.LADIES' .
,Noise makers different view of the matter in patterns; just the materialfor !
be and favors will also ernoon for Mi&ir.i for a few days the future. Beery and Maureen beach pajamas and suits. I HOUSE DRESSES.
given those attending. Because 1 NEW STYLES. ON SALE
with relatives and friends.
The reverend that "When O'Sullivan in BENJAMIN LOPEZ Special Saturday and Monday,
of the holiday a large at- says per yard _. ..... .. .. 20c i MONDAY ONLY FOR 7Se
and What is Hell" will be WEST POINT OF THE AIR
expected and the De- Mrs\ Eddie and children I
Molays extend invitation of the questions answered during Matinee Balcony., lOc; Ore!,... West SALE.ON DRESSES I 81x99: Peperell Sheets regular
an Key
to all Serving
to who were spending' a few the sermon. tra 15-20c Night 1S2SeYou'll Specia< raVt'of Silk and WashDresses 11.25. at .. .._.-,..... $1.00
come and join in the fun of the ; ; Half Century .
evening. ASOLUTION of washing soda and days with relatives and friends, On last Sunday evening Rev. .to"-placed on sale Pure Linen Table Cloths
With a stiff brush left yesterday afternoon. for the 24 Hoar Ambulant SrreLicensed Monday sn rninK. at $1.49 I 45x45, at .._*... ..."'" $1.00
will remove corrosion from storage home in Homestead. Dellolay Labor Day Dance. EmbalmerPh.n. ALL, SUMMER 'DRESSES Parasols, made of Silk Gloria
Dance Tonight At battery terminals, .Coat terminals Like 135 Night 698PEARLMAN'S -W WfLL BE REDUCEDto regular $2.95. on tale $1.95
with vaseline .to ,prevent, further room : Beautiful Axminster Rugs
HabanaMadridMany corrosion., L make fot new dresses brand new patterns, on sale

.' MORNINGSTAR Special reductions on our en- I for.. ............_...... $1.98
If the rubber weatherstripsaround : tire line of SUMMER SILKS. Good grade Pillow Cases 15c
couples and other individuals I the windshield are enclosed \\\\mlllll/1fD D. ARONOVITZ Inc. pVinletf( 'l'fteds. all' colors I 5 piece Linen Luncheon Sets..

have planned to attend in T-sIots it is often a difficult job per yard ......_........ 25c I,I on sale at ..._.._.......... $1.00
to remove the old strips in order to
the big Pre-Labor Day Dance to I replace them with new ones. To DEPARTMENT STORE SATURDAY AND MONDAYSALE New shipment of Candle- The latest in Fall Fashions
be given tonight at the Habana- make a difficult job an easier one, i, wick Bed Spreads and Scarf. i arriving daily-Hats, Dresses,
Madrid Club starting at the usual I play a small flame from a soldering I II i SPECIAL SCHOOL SALE by Maria Sims to match. Shoes and Bags ,

hour.Music torch over the old strips. The soft- MONDAY AND TUESDAY SCHOOL DRESSES-Beau i COME AND SEE THE NEW
for the affair will be furnished ened with rubber screwdriver.TRIES can easily. be dug out BUY YOUR SCHOOL NEEDSAT tiful Prints in all colors. ; POWDER PUFF MUSLIN

by Del Wood's Habana- I a Large assortment of School THIS STORE Little Boys' Polo Shirts. special THAT THE, WHOLE TOWNIS
Madrid Orchestra. The management I Shoes in the best leathers for We are well prepared to take Saturday and Monday, TALKING ABOUT. SOLD
of the club is preparing to I MARRIAGESFOR both Girls and Boys at pricesto care of your requirement.. at ___,_? __ 39e BY US EXCLUSIVELY AT
show all who attend a good time. NEW RICHES suit every pocketbook. All Girls' MJddies. Long White THESTOREOFFASIDON ONLY 35e A YARD.
Shoes sold with a guarantee. Stockings. Serge and Linene THE GLORIFIED COTTON
for Skirts Silk Finish Middy WITH A PERMANENT
EntertainmentBy BUCHAREST.nv AmM-lalea1 Auf.PreniO 31.- Girls'. School Dresses in Fall Cloths, all at low prices. FINISH? LASTINGLY CLEAR
Tweeds and Plaids sizes SCHOOL SHOESA ..' SHEER. LINTLESS. WASH
Church Unit Cit Ladies' StoreI.'APPELROUTH
Eighty marriages within five complete assortment of Leading
from 3 to 16 < STARCH IRON
years Is the record ascribedby We Transform years each .... ,... 5100 School Shoes for Boys and WHILE DAMP.
All parochial organfeations of the police of Rumania's Girls including the all-

St. Paul's Church will join in the capital to the 28-year-old Another lot of close-out. Dresses leather Sun-Dial line _, r1 j l 1 _fi
Pariah Entertainment to be given former millionaire Constantin OLD CARS to sell for, $1.00. $1.25 $1.50 $1.98 upLadies'

under the auspices of the Choir Manea. each ;_,-_.. .... _,.. 5UC fords and$1.50 Growing$1.75 Girls'$1.98 Ox-up --- -

Guild on Tuesday, September 10. It is charged that after he INTO NEWTHE 1 Boys Shirts and Pants. SOc up CIIIIII.lIIIIII'III.lI
Starting at 6 p. m. a supper di..ipated his huge fortune, 54 inch All Wool $1.95( Boys Long Pants. large
mill be served on the church Manea decided to acquire Senre" yard ....-..-. variety $1.00 and $1.25

grounds. At 8 o'clock there will I new riches by marriage; H* most economical 1 )way Girls' School Dresses __ Wait Until After The Accident
be a play in the Pari* Hall. succeeded the authorities Boys"*Lo gies"." wash ___._ SO. 89c. $1.00 up 0
say because of an attractive for a car-owner to re-- able, at pair ..._ 5100 Children's Middies S9c and 89c

but each store his self-respect is to AND UP of what SALE ON DRESSES S To Repair YourBRAKES
Picnic At Rest personality, marriage It's the story happens .Closing out entire stock of
'lasted only I until he let COLONIAL SERVICE Blouses when a dutiful daughter Summer Dresses, $3.95 value

Beach YesterdayThe could get hold of the bride's STATION refinish his car Boys'each _..*_, _.... 5Ue meets a dashing young man $1.98; $5.95 value, $2.88 and
dowry. and thereby complicates her $3.88. S i
;;- Society circles were stirred in Duco. We should like AND UP hero SALE ON DRESS GOODS
members of Fern Chapter parents plans to marry
Fast Color 20c Prints
by his arrest for some of his 1 case of
21. Order of Eastern! Star assembled from to show you our interest- Daily arrivals of Ladies' Dresses $ to the home town sweet- at _..... ,..._._ lc
at Rest Beach I victims eamo prominent and Millinery, heart. and Tested. Adjusted and Relined 6
yesterday ing new color chart and personally 1 case of 25e Flaxons
afternoon where a picnic was en I families.PALACE. i selected by Mr. Aronovitx. Voiles _*-...._..._. ..._ 15c by Experts
joyed in celebration of the birth- price list.Colonial. in Wools Silk Alpaca and 36 inch. Chiffon Broadcloth
day anniversary of Robert Fancy Crepes at QO QQ Starting Wednesday, Prints ..___...?+-*... 2Se 11 QUICK EFFICIENT SERVICE
founder of the 1 Service Station prices from <3 7O 4 35c and 40c Cordelets 25 !!
organization. Robert Young-Evelyn VenableVAGABOND September
Refreshments were served and UP ON SALE MONDAY. Trevor & Morris Inc.
all attending spent a most enjoyable -tn- I Clarence Crusoe, Prop. 40 inch heavy quality -IN- 8 30 A. M. I ,
LADY Fast Color Prints Voiles and
afternoon. PHONE 397 1
.I Comedy and Short, Reel t I Satin all shades yd. THE CITIZEN Flaxons. yd. 10* and 12c up' Oldest Continuous FORD Dealer'IIII.I'.I'II.I'JT.lJTI.I".IIT.lI",

DeMolay Labor Day Dame. Mati.... 10.15cI Night 15-25 BE ON TIME.JOE..
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