The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 18, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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).

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Captain Frederick Hyde CASES ard Fruit and Steamship company I

Thousand Feet of Coconut Grove, who spent I due to arrive in port tomorrow afternoon -II IN ISLAND CITY "Radical Solution" ToNation's
No finer specimen of silver
last week end in Key West CONDUCTED YESTERDAY AFT.I 4:30 o'clock.: I
I I II king has been caught this II
has named Key West "Portof Three prisoners brought to Key ERNOON AT LOCAL When the Granada docks at the I season than the one landed I Problem

By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE ."Friendship and Hospitality West. today from the camps for ,I will Porter be Dock the Rhumba company Band pier of there the I GENERAL FARRELL WRITESTO Tuesday night by Representative
(Associated Press Science Editor) bridge workers on the keys are AQUARIUMThe I B. C. Papy and his
In a letter to friends he now in county jail awaiting trialat I local adminirr;lion to greet them THE CITIZEN TELLINGOF IllS A._..... P..t
NEW YORK July 18.-Four"stratosphere" angling companion, Frank
speaks glowingly of the wonderful : with songs and melody and this I
the next term of criminal Johnson, Jr., and sitter Miss ROME, July 18V
planes-to fly time he experiencedin court. first demonstration of the I: will be followed ty evolutions by: ENJOYABLE TIME SPENT Maudie Johnson. -Mussolini i*

Key West that -grand old One of the prisoners is a wom- effectiveness of !gambusia affinisor I: the crack drill team of the recreation HERE LAST YEAR Using a 24 thread line taking no chance on failure a*
above>> 30.0OO feet, which is not spot" and expects to return department FERA.
an, Wanda Jordan, who is charged "mosquito fish" as means of reducing I Mr. Papy fought his catch for he build
in the near future for a Then will be skits to the up in Eastern Africa
strictly stratosphere bat close to with being a vagrant. the number of mosquitoeson ] more than 40 minute and
longer stay.Captain the establishment of the on the art gallery Garden of I the
camps the islan-i was given at the when the launch greatest
brought to army ever cent to
General ?. J. II. Farrell who
its lower edgo-are planned secretly Hyde was a close the keys this is the first instanceof aquarium yesterday: afternoon.A. Roses, Club Miramar, nad' other the measured the
friend of the late Colonel place of interest will be recalled West tarpon was the Dark
bathing Rest
a woman being arrested as a C. Tanner, sanitary engineer at by many Key Continent, surpassingeven
ia three countries. length found to be 6 feet 3
Robert Thompson whose vagrant and brought to Key West and several members of his Beach for those who desire this: ers as a visitor to Key West last
,houseboat Everglades,' was for trial I kind of recreation and practicallyevery I I I I inches. those of hi. own heroes,
Two American French staff had collected remembers his in this
are* one some mosquito I I year stay Returning to shore the
at the naval station The other areV.. kind of entertainment which i Caesar
prisoners larvae and which fed '' and
;upae were r
city and the many friends he' fish was shown to weigh 123
and one German '- for a number of seasons. Wynde, charged Trith illegally have to the fish. They quickly cor.sum-1'j afforded travelers: who arrive on i .
The first visit of the these tours. made,'and evidences his memories pound It was placed in More than.
The before captain ing in his possession liquor, and ed all that was offered them. I I cold the 100,000 men have
engin.eri.ig"problems was made to this city to aggravate the offense the' containers Several Passengers to arrive on the and those of Mrs. Farrell, in a storage at Thompson
persons already I Ice Company and left Italian port* for Eritrea and
plane'fly the stratosphere some years ago as a guest of did not carry the required been to the aquarium: for the mosquito Granada ere: Russell letter to The Cit/-i: from his many
Brecken-I friend of Mr. who have
Governor Gifford Pinchot on government stamps; Gailiard Hear, ridge: cruise director; J. Papy Son lilaad. Another
fish, to place them in their summer house in (. >nado, Calif. it declare it beautiful 100.000 are
definite their solutions theoretically the but Delesderrier, ship's seen a
are governor's yacht, at is charged with vagrancy.
cisterns and other bodies of
known.There that time had little opportunity They were all given preliminary standing wr-ter aid in that way and Mrs.\ E. T. Hcndrick'on, Mr'l\ The general tends greetings and specimen. about to follow and be there be.

to gain any idea of hearings before Justice of the reduce the mosq'i'to: pest. The and Mrs.\ E. II. Hunter, Mr. : writes that "at breakfast this fore the end of
1'.11.1"11..1" August when it
i i.
i is another problem, little what Key West was like..I.1'.II'I'.lI Peace E. R. Lowe at Tavernier.The gambusia devour all the wigglers Mrs. Leonard Gicker, Mr. and morning" he saw an. item in the '"

woman and Hear are held in in sight. Mrs. W. F. Mais: Mr. and. Mrs. "San Diego Unio{'" clipped from believed hostilities with Ethiopia

discussed the human one, or, bond of $200 each. Wynde's bond This is an effective means of C. Smith. The Citizen whets brought DIRECTORS FORAQUARIUM wiM .
Mrs. Mildred begin.All
fixed at $500.
as the aviation experts "the destroying: mosquitoes before they back
say memories of the enjoyableseason
Regina Bordeer.! Mrs Nellie
RARE SPECIMENS Deputy Sheriff Thomas Russellwas ever mature. it vas pointed out. military branches
Kines, Mrs.\ Martha E. he and Mrs.\ Farrell spent HAVE except
physiological limit. It was hoped in charge of the trio of of- The jramb'isia, are given without Muller
edema when they arrived in Key cost to vanting them. Misses Alice Conklin. Maria\ Zell- here the friends they made and cavalry have been cent out to
the ascension of the ill-fated Explorer NOW IN AQUARIUMFOUR I| West today.EIGHT persons felder. Marjorie\ White, Adele "whose hospitality we enjoyed, BEENSELECTED I Africa. The array of military
Miller. Dorothy Patterson. B.
not omitting the pleasant
II would give a clue to many
COUNCIL PASSES Eagan: -J. It. Hendricks. Odesa visits! to The Citizen's editorial equipment i* the most amaung

this problem. ARE ADDED TO TANKSTO BUILDING Sabella, G. Daych, Agnes: Benz, headquarters." Africa may (ever see. '
I' Margaret Connolly. Ruth Contin .ing the writer describes' CROUP HEADED BY DR. HARRY -

Supercharging Difficult O.E EXHIBITED TO PERMITS ISSUED'I NEW ORDINANCE S. Branstcin. Mary\ his activities: after leaving Key C. GALEY AS CHAIRMAN Three hundred airplanes will be

The biggest difficulty comes at Marget Bellanger Bessie BrOdSkY'1 West. lie and Mr. Farrell left' ready for service when the wordis

present in climbing to strato- PUBLICAmong I I Celia Bogorad Marjorie Washington last November and ; VAN DEUSEN GIVEN given. There are scores of

sphere heights or anywhere near. PERTAINS TO DISTRIBUTIONOF Mary McGrnggrn, Si. Kilfuff and I sailed from New York for the Pa-' tanks, hundreds of trucks, all
CALL FOR GENERAL REPAIRS Rae Amith. cific coast. "We Christmas'in '' HONORARY PLACE
The horsepower:>> falls off in climb- the hundreds of fish native J I MILK AND DAIRY George: Muller, Dr. Louis Haas,I Panama, went to spent the Hawaiian': i branches of artille:., but especially

ing more rapidly than the density] to thee; waters which aril AND VARIOUS OTHER PRODUCTS E. L. Muecke. Islands and from there to Cali- I : mountain guns. Thereare

of the atmosphere. If there were seldom seen in captivity is the! IMPROVEMENTS fornia. I Organization of a board of director even 100 lamethowei,"

no cure for ,that higher altitudes I squid, ommaspreihes I THREE LICENSESTO "We have visited in San Francisco -,, for the Key West Trop- who carry machines with a hon

would be impossible. fcur of. which are now ilIeeebrOus,1 f! The longest and most compre- Los Angeles and other cities)I ical Aquarium took place yesterday shooting a stream of fire SO to 60

a"r. "Theere- i w supercharging.-- This I', Wc&U aquaiium. ., During\ the week:' ending this! heosive.ordinance ever taken. u} .- and will remain in Coronado for afternoon durial!:-a Meeting-of feet long. _
date there were eight buildings J for consideration by city council WED ISSUEDThree the cummer. The San Diego Exposition Regular DivialonsAll
compression of rarefield air at were captured yesterday I local citizens held in the aquarium
waters near the aquarium.The I and repair permits issued from the was presented at a meeting of the isery attractive and is told, Italy will have five
high altitudes, so that the en- office of Harry M. Baker, building, well attended. building.Dr.
squids are a particularly! body yesterday afternoon, 5i I
gine gets ai> air mixture equivalent desirable addition to the speci-" inspector. Issues were for: I I i o'clock. marriage licenses were I "The 'superb! winter climate of Harry C. Galey, prominent regular.each army in Eastern divisions Africa of 20,000men
to lower levels.. mens in the, tacks because of the I New roof on garage at 511 i The ordinance covers every issued from the office of Probate Key West-'vhen I was a guest at : end well known civic worker of blackshirt 'volunteer divisions .ive of
the Clib I 'Christened' it
Here again a limit appears. lightning; lire; speed with which I Eaton street. Owner, Dr.Vm..,! phase of the sale and distribution Judge; Jltijrh: Gunn during the the Bermuda Rotary States'I',Key West, was named chairman 12,000 men each; two ond probably
the United
they chance from one to another R. Warren; cost, $200. '([of milk and dairy 1 roducts: and week ending July 18, making a, 01 I of the board and other officers are native divisions of 20,.
This is the needed to compress -the delightful and more
power hospitality
526 Southard
Repairs to roof at ;
I color. Although normally a pale covers 25 pages o legal cap pacer total of five for the month to
I Flossie friendship of the Key West Charles Smith, secretary, and 000. each. And she will have
the air. That limit is def white this animal changes to red, street. Owner Sands, of date. people -

inite if engine power is used. brown, purple or tome other colorin 'Tampa; cost, $50. I| It was pAssed on its first reading Issues this week were to lft.I remains" with us and ever MH. Andrew Miller, treasurer.' about, military 40,000 Italian reservists workmen anJi who cast
Repairs to porch at Caroline and I Ehall. Additional members the board are
But by using the exhaust to ,the twinkling: an eye. yesterday. Another meeting Stanton Gardner and Mary Francis
i When seen! this morning! the Dinal streets. Owner, Nester is called for 6 o'clock this evening, Whitmarsh; George R. Perez Accompanying: the lette \ is a are Norberg Thompson, Lieut. be pressed' into: service. ;
run the supercharger this limit i ia Redo cost $50. picture of the general whiqh By far the greatest number of
leisurely ; when the ordinance will be passed and Lola Arlt Samuel Osgood portrays )
specimens: were swimming ; William
I Klaus U. S. N.. Mrs. G. N.
l. these men'are being concentratedin
lifted. I around in the circular pool of Repairs to'garage., rear of on its second and final reading. i f Kemp nad Nela Rita Arnao. I him just as he was f when
visiting in Key West that Goshorn and Miss Ileen Williams.Dr. Eritrea. It is from this colonyon
Some engineers believe that as the fountain and at one time the Southard street near Duval. Owner .. on
real rtratosphere altitudes are colors reddish: brown with Frank, Lewinsky; cost, $50. --- -- -- -'--- memorable vacation which the BO Robert 0.. Van Deusen, sup- the Red Sea that militarysources
I I were a Repairs to floors, 1211 Wash- ..... ... ... pleasantly recalls. erintendent say the advance into
approached steam power may hundreds o1" small pale spots.. : : : : of the Fairmount
come into_use. The advantage is I I The squid never finds it neces- ington street. Owner, Paul Mesa;I BEHIND OT.Ho .NOES. The Inside'i Of The News I Park Aqaarinm who has long been Ethiopia will be made.
no need of upending energy in,' around it cost. $200. I Proposed Advance
rar?: to turn as propels By OSCAR M. JOHNSON ENTERTAINMENTAT interested in the construction: and
with Repairs to roof at 538 White reveal that the
supercharging.Human itself forward cr backward street. Owner, Chester Sawyer;I................................................. completion of an open-air aquarium They expeditionis
Problem Vital equal facility: by changing the undulating in Key West, was elected to be composed of two columns,
Propellor designs will probablybe movement of the fanlike cost, $50.New I TALLAHASSEE, July 18.-Be- Terrell will be candidates to succeed -j LODGE HALL honorary director of the aquariumby one entering A by gem la in the

changed with great altitudes. fins. t roof at 727 Eaton street. fore another 11 months have I I themselves for another six)I I the board. Emory Pierce i is:; traditional way, passing through
They will neeIJ-considerably larger Under normal conditions its O"nerVaItt"r H. Norman; cost,: passed. Florida voters will go to year hitch Any candiate I now serving as active director. Adua, to the right on the map.

diameters of blades at 40,000 movement is vcrf deliberate but $500. i' the polls to nominate for state, I qualifying against Justice Whit- YOUTHS TO BE GUESTS OF During, yesterday's session it where in 1896 the Ethiopian annihilated
feet than at 400 feet. when frightened it accelerates iU Add bath room to home at 615!: county and congressional elective I field and Terrell must do so three'''I was decided that beginnnig No- an Italian army of n.

In inside! circles at present speed: by using a syphon-like organ Francis street. ,Owner! ,' ,E, P.'! offices nearly 1.000 men andjor[ I months before the primary .:>: OdD FELLOWS AT MEET. vember 1, 1935, asmall, fee :would; and the other entering

there is more discussion 'of the which spirts water under !great Johnson; cost, $75.: women from among more than i This under a Qew law passed by|! ING TONIGHT be charged for admission to .the farther! ,-allt. at ,Te9Eenei.. The

human problem than 'of the me. pressure and the reverse motion I I I 5,000 candidates expected to aspire : the 1935 legislature so that the I' aquarium although one free day columns would converge before
I I '
chanical. is'l IFke the darting of a sparrow.l BAND CONCERT for these to be exact, 792 court may not have to be annoyed,! _! :. will be designated for each: week. reacbi>}q:.Addis Ababa.
The engineers can build\ the Emory Lowe Pierce, director of jobs from Governor down needlessly with the prospect of I III I I n Children under 12 year of, age These.,sources say that thereto ;u

stratosphere planes, ;of that, thereis the aquar "Jm. says that when BAYVIEWPARKI I In addition, some 1,002 DemoI II opposition that ( rarely in fact)r,,Yopths between( ihe ages of 12 will admitted all, time be 'no advance from SomiJi-
little doubt.I srced is"necessary; the aqua is one i I cratic party offices such as county) crystalizes into reality Few anc4d{ jl&iy&s are \\i/\V\\ enter- This policy of charging ;pn admis- land. Instead the Italians mil

But no one knows. what effect of'the fa.st8>animals in the Water and state Democratic Executive' members of the court have ever this evening in Knights of sion fee to the aquarium is one defend the line of forts they have

the great altitudes will have on I Committeemen, delegates to the i!I been defeated for re-election .'I Pythias hall on Fleming street by that is in effect in virtually all constructed close to the we I J,

paying passengers the persons Rational Democratic Convention One reason is that candidates for,!:'Equity Lodge 70. I. O. O. F. aquariums of the country it is along the disputed Aby'mi.t.
who are not specially trained for PROGRAM TO BE RENDERED to, nominate President Roosevelt''1 i the bench cannot enjoy the same All white youths betty en the stated. Somaliland frontier. An advanro

flying but without whom there JOHN F. SAWYER THIS EVENING BY HOSPITALITY 'i'I for another term, a National Committeeman -,''I liberty of campaign action available ages specified are invited to be Dr. Van Deusen talked to the from Somihland would be morn

can be no service. I and woman, etc. i i to aspirants for all other present. Not only will the eve-I group gathered yesterday and dis- difficult than one from Eritrea,
Fifteen thousand feet is the DIED YESTERDAY: BAND 'I Indications are that there will offices Opposition candidates ning hours be devoted to pleasur- cussed many: interesting phases of owing to an unhealthful malarIal

I limit at which oxygen drops too I be no shortage of candidates fort:; cannot well reflect upon the able diversions with refresh- marine animal life as well as pro- desert to be crossed. And Eritrea

low for human comfort. Thirty I county office Times are hard;!I capacity of integrity of the courts,:' ments, but matters of vital interest cedure to be followed in keeping being! 1,750 miles closer to I'aK

.thousand is the limit at which decreasing Selections to be given tonightat i and many who might not other.; or its members without destroying will be discussed. the aquarium one which will constantly can be more easily furnished wit'i
atmospheric pressure becomes FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE Bayview Park by the Key West I I wise aspire for public office will' confidence in the courts-and!i''.I Right: after the regular session attract visitors to Key soldiers!

uncomfortable. II CONDUCTED THIS AFTERNOON Hospitality Band were announced I attempt it next primary .!'[such; a contingency would bring of the lodge the visitors will be West. Italian military authorities in

A a Unknown Factor this morning by George Mills I I Sheriffs to the number of 67i the bar of the state; out in bitter welcomed by a committee of mem- Meetings: of the board ,f directors pouring tens of thousands of men

Engineers with certainty canj I I White. The band which is directed i and the same number of tax assessors -,', opposition to anyone who indulged:' ben who will be at the door at 8' of the aquarium are to beheld j i into these colonies, have brni

design cabins for stratosphere, by A. Borrosso. will beginplaying i tax collectors, county: init. I j i o'clock to welcome them. the first and third Monday i faced with and have overcome

planes in which oxygen and air' at 8 o'clock. I judges, clerks of court county] W. B. (Babe) Douglass: of j i I of each month, at 2:30 p. m. I tremendous difficulties.. One wa.: .

pressure can be maintained at! John F. Sawyer, age 76, died The proram follows: i school superintendents; 201 members Lake City, present chairman of|; STORM REPORT I mat ol transport, simuar m fl'-

realevel conditions. The pressure,'yesterday afternoon 3:20 o'clockat Overture-Mazeppa. : to 67 county school: boards,j the railroad commission-mis-i, 1 CUBA (lance to that of the United StaN .

needed i _only 14'!* pounds al the,home' of his daughter on Waltz-Ciribiribin. I and 335 members to 67 boards of.I named since it is essentially ai i, WASHINGTON D. G* Aug. 3 1, TRANSPORTS. in the world war. Eritrea *s 3.-
square inch. Steam boilers do William !ltrcet. Selection-Babes in Toyland. I county commissioners, will utilities commission; -alone among', 1933.Northeast storm warnings 1250 miles from Italy Somaliland
immensely more with safety.I r..The. funeral will be held thissfternoon Popular Songs: -Ruth. Roberts I I nominated.The bet| the three members comes up for' ordered 10:30 a. m. on East: 103 PASSENGERS j 5000.

Cabins shaped like boilers can at 5 o'clock: from the I and Stringed Quartet. I contest for Governor and, re-election Even at this stage j Florida coast from Jacksonville. j The Health ProblemA
sustain the i Lopez Chapel to the Fleming! March. races for the cabinet jobs of com- it that he is
atmospheric pre !''ure seems going to be; to Key West. Tropical disturb-! second that of living
with Street :Methodist Church, Rev.1 Intermission. missioner of agriculture, treasurerand immune from serious was
ease. any con-i ance central Island !
j near Long
| arnvrl
Overture Iron I Steamship Cuba, of the P. and quarters when the troops
But here the unknown factor Smith of the Ley Memorial church, Count. state superintendent of instruction -:: test . I Bahamas probably attended
by to
1 Waltz-impassioned Dream I O. S. S. com>acY, sailed yesterday: in the colonies. Barracks bad
officiating. : to be the most i I: ;
enters. Is xealevel atmospheric promise ; The Gubernatorial Situation gales, although there is I I
pressure at 40,000 feet.-in an enclosed -;1. Survivors are: Two sons! Wil- Selection-The Fortune Teller. interesting' at this time Less!; Present outlook is that chief slight indications of decreased some! !I afternoon for Havana with '11 be erected and various services.for
liam and Leon Sawyer four daughters March. 1 than II first claw passengers, 1Z second such a* commissary, provided
cabin, the same thing as at ; I months before the election interest in the campaign will intensity. It is '
Star I' moving class, nine tons five from scratch.A .
I Mrs. Hilda Roberts. Moore- Spangled Banner. indications that J of freight
seatevel I are Secretary) center on the race for Governor j west northwestward about 16 of
I automobiles and 233 sacks of third was the problem
Ii heaven. Fla., Mrs. Nellie Johnson, of State R,
Gray, Comptroller and in the several
congressional: miles
hour. !
i ; an advised
'I NOTICE B. P. O. E. mail. health. The lowlands of Eritrea
.. Mrs. Ethel Albury, and J. M, Lee and Attorney General races No United States Senator :vessels in Bahamas and in east I
Mrs.1 j ,, Ferry Parrott of the Florida and practically all of Somahlanrt
HAVE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS : Blanche Farthing. Bluefield, Cary D. Landis would not be' will "be elected from Florida I and south Florida waters
i Virginia.' There will be a special' meet- seriously opposed this next 24 i I East Coast Car Ferry company are dangerous for white men.
FILLED at I year I hours. Northeast and north winds
I ,. arrived from Havana with eight Hundreds of men already have
He also leaves 19 grandchilden,! ing of Key West Lodge No 551, The same condition as to Gray,I Attorney General ?
Landis. who will increase
GARDNER'S { becoming strong tonight -I miscellaneous can and 73 tacks been sent. back to Italy suffering
PHARMACY. two great grandchildren. B. P. O. E. tonight at 8 o'clock.Matters Lee and Landis also officers in': permitted the Gubernatorial j
; Beet|; over south I
portion of display
of maiL from tropical ailments
Best Pallbearers will be Charles Mathews of to
D..cBeat ServiceBest } importance respect to two -I
va- to
approaching buzz
'I ) ; busily about him a few and on Friday
James Knowles, George cussed. over north| Freighter Alamo, of the Clyde- numerous and well organizedsanitary
Price. be'dis-j exudes on the Supreme Court'bench months ago! is believed to have, portion. (Re-print
from Key West:' Mallory Lines is due Sunday has kept the percentage -
Gwynn William Pinder. W. W. WARREN corps
Phone }
17T W
Fr. Delivery Chief Justice J. B.
given up the idea is now Citizen August 31 lowfigure.
con- .
I Pinder and Sam Williams. jlyl-lt 1933) I I morning from New York, en route of illness to a
Whitfield and H.
Justice Glenn
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THE GOOD OLD DAYS ........................ American Civic Association' WaahI .
'QZ t << tSl ( i I
) 4Publlehed KEY: WEST IN Today's Birthdays i I i ington, D. c., born at Mattoon,
[r TODAY'S WEATHER ]11 \l11L I 58
Dally Except Sunday By The prominent Chicago lawyer Silas :........................1.1I i years ago.
1_ P. AKTMAX, ........... II. Strawn is worried about what he calls j I J. Pierrepont Moffat, Department -f Joe Mitchell Chappie of Boston.
JOB ALLBV, A..!.!..( ..._ Maaaarer : Happening Her. Just 10 Year' [ Tempcratam* the Caribbean and Central of State official new consul editor and ,,'Titer. born in Iowa.
the "experiments"
From The Citixcq Bulldiag of the government.. He Ago Today A. Taken From *.Highest ._.. .-............-..._88* ca. Amt'ri.j I general at Sydney Australia, born 08 years ago.
Corner Greene and Ann Street I thinks these adventures in the effort ,to I The File. Of TK. Citisea : Lowest .....:-.... ..... .... .....81 Showers and at Rye, X. Y., 39 years ego. I, Hy Mayer-of Xew York, cartoonist -

improve the happiness of mankind are I 1 Mean -.;_.............._....:.........._84Niorroal I j curred during the last 24 hours l!I I born in Germany 67 serf"
Only Dally Newspaper County.In Key Went and Monroe plowing down business and preventing a re Lack of a certified copy. of the! .... ....... ....._......84 1 from South Carolina l'OuU-e't-. !I I Charles Evans. Jr., ,"CbirEvanil" ago.
till passed by the last Rainfall ward over the Gulf coast to ) of Chicago, golf champion
Entered at Key West Florida .s second,class matter turn to "true normalcy." 'I empowering the city council to Yesterday's Precipitation .T Ins.. tral Texas. There were and sports writer, born in I. Hermann; llagedornnoted poet
--- FIFTV-SIXTII YEAR-- --------- "I am convinced" he says "that if sue bonds up to $125,000 is-I Normal Precipitothm .... .10 Ins.' also in .MinTe!'cta, South cen-I I Indianapolis, 45 years ago. ereayiH and biographer born in

Member of tae .-..... PT- we had carried on in a way which has-always street 'paYing and $100,000 Thin "....... -....... %4....., pence'and extreme south Florida. New York. &3 years ago.
completing the golfcourse, ending mt a >!-* thU a..rai.g. f where the weather was fair. : Lupe Velet screen star, born
The Associated Press If exclusively entitled to use been consistent with our history and > Tomorrow's Almanac : Britain'-
vented any official discussion of I It' No material 1 changes in temperatures Mexico. 26 years ago. Lord Philip Snowdrn.
f..r repabliratlon of all new dispatches credited to had .. ... .. .. I the Excheuer. -
and also applied ourselves persistently and :'ese matters at the meeting of i Sun rises ... 5:48: a m. have occurred sinee-yesterday -] onetime cltanceWor of
It or not otherwise credited In tMr paper oft ...... 7:18 m. mornine and thermal conditions Harleen James, secretary the .<> l born 71 yn age.
council p.
to last The -
-the local news published" here.'NATIONAL courageously working out of the depression White street night and plans for matter widen-!* toe: rises :...: :.:::::..: 9:57 p.: m.l:I j' are about normal in all; --
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1 we would now be well on the way to ing that thoroughfare; were discussed -I Moon sets' .... .. _.... ,. 9:26: a. m.J JTOlaorrow' '[ 'ections.
EDITORIAL t : a normal condition." That is the viewpoint and residents of the street 1 Tide. I|!I SAM GOLDSMITH, ; CONDENSED
JI of conservative their A.M.. P.M. Temporarily in Charge.}
.1933 business and Mr. are to Le asked to give cojoperation
<=/f High .................12:04 12:01 I Irroday
when 'the
BATESThree Strawn a former president of the U. S. project' !is the matter I Low _-...__ .. 5:27 6:21: 'I .;... ...............:. ;
On. Year .___.. UO.,' Chamber of Commerce, is well qualified to I Barometer 8 a. m. today: I j In History KEY WEST

SIs: Months i f.00 speak for it.' Roland F. Aynla, formerly of I Sea' -level. 29.9g.WEATHER }. I.....Ss...9eee..........I' as at close of business Jane 29, 1935 .
Months 260 Mr. Strawn says "the condition of all Key Wesa tut now a resident of Comptroller's Cell
__ 1792 Died
On. Month .85 FORECAST -in Paris!', aged
Weekly .20 our people is better than that of any other Tampa, was injured recently' when J i i ______ ; in neglected: poverty John 45.1 RESOURCESLoans
a car which he was driving overturned -
ADVERTISING RATES country" which, of course is a great helpto on the Gandy bridge near. (Till! 8 p..m.. Friday) Jones. American naval hero of and Investments u $ 303,950.23:!
Vade known on application. tol I|I Key West and Vicinity: Mostly : Revolution. 3anking.Houses Furnitureand
Eeach Park. He reported
a man out of a job and a family in need was i
b at Gordon-I cloudy i : probably shower, tonight* --- Fixtures' m_______ 33,848.51
SPECIAL NOTICE <> resting comfortably i
j>r. his hands, but Mr. Strawn admits that 1 Stock, of the Federal Reserve
All readies notices cards of thanks resolutions of Keller hospital. His injuries are 1872-Died-aged: 6r., Renittj
// Bank 6,000.00Tenlpora.y
respect, obituary notices, eta, will be charged for at the condition of our people "is not whatwe painful but not considered serious. {/ ""I.t. Juarez MeTico's hero-President.!' m.'
the rate of 19 cent a line.Notices would wish it Jrk : [I I! ii Federal Deposit -
to be. That's /
what"experiments" i 1. --- Insurance Fund 1,954.01
for entertainments by churches from.which Dll'mhf.rArthur;; '.t. ....:..... i I
AH Sawyer
a revenue i. to b.. derived are S cents a line. are trying to do, make the ''4 "" > '- 1918!) -French, with the help of i)i United States Government
Test 28. American Legion; ,are re-' i i Obligations direct
The Citizen Is an open forum and invites discussion condition i}I some Americans, broke through '
better. 1
ested to 'III &t the Florida East \ and fully -
of pubUc Issue and subjects! of local OP general ; ; the German lines at Soissons anal I ... ....
Then Mr. Strawn Coast Railway tomorrow morning I i ..._... ... $593,664.69
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communications. proceeds. He sees !. :, took 30.000 prisoners. I Other Marketable Bonds
v.hen the train General
evidence of prosperity!' and believes "if our ) ( ? i __ and Securities .__..__. 200706.21
J&hn Pershing and his party ar-
I'\ Itc 1929-Z'/i million-dollar buiH-) Cash and due from Banks 437,575.27 1,231,946.17:!
business and industrialists 'l let
men were rii '. The will be in Key
( general I I.r i
Anybody can write a good story; the i Ling of the London School of"I I
West but Tew' hours and will thenboard j '
alone they would not only work out their a '
hard thing is toSell'em.;: : .r the U. S. S. Rochester on'i' Hygiene[ and Tropical Medicine. $1,577.698.92LIABILITIES
own destiny but they would establish more : : Partly Cloudy :' gift of the Rockefeller Foumla-'!
hU America
way to !Couth wherehe <

Trading at home fa never an excuse friendly and cooperative relations. with will heed' : the delegation M high; and Friday; gentle to moderate, tion, opened. j jJ I Capital) _..__________._________ ...9 l O.OOO.OO
'" labor." The, industrialist' had e4, .always. commissioner in the Tacna-Arica 1'1 i east and southeast winds. J Surplus and Undivided Profits ...,._ 58,906.54Deposits !
for a customer being robbed. ,) r lebeseite. 'd'I Florida: Mostly clouJy tonight 1932-St. Lawrence Treaty for: .uuuu.u___________...____._ 1,418,792.38
looked out for. their qwn. de'sliny that's 'j I I and Friday probably light; local ''the development of the- waterway

Motto for Employes: Never put off what caused the 1929 crash they we're too A preliminary and general survey -!I'I showers. 'I signed: between the U. S. and Can ; $1,577,698.92< .

anything that the Boss can check. selfish and greedy pursuing'that par- of the Island City with particular Jacksonville! to Florida Straits: ada. ; Since. Jan. 1. 1935, we have voluntarily relinquished
ticular aim. ( ] reference to the Malcolm] Gentle to moderate east or southeast : $2:59.000: U. S. Postal Savings deposit,
Veacham: rrorerty: will be made !' winds and partly overcast!' t 1933-InUrior Department ordered
Member of Federal Reserve System
The average man's greatest delusionis There are others who figree with Mr. by Leslie' E. Marshall, engineerfor weather tor.igl.t and Friday with private fences from \Yestx rn
Strawn. They think government shouldlet : Charles Le vitt and Sons, city, scattered showers. I public land, opening grazing lardto Member of Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationU.
the idea that he' will be out
some day :,i Erst Gulf! Light winds public. J .
and industrialistsrun plannersnlo arrived in Key West : easterly S. GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARY
the big financiers !
of debt. Irte yesteidav afternoon. :Mr.'1 and partly overcast weather tonight 1----------
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the country their way regardless of Marshall's: nrork is the first step]I I and F-Way, with scattered

The social injustice want, and{ distress.: These toward the: development qt. thej I: showers. I If )
of the
flagrant parols
sys- _____ i
Mcz.cham tract at the eastern end i
tem is the cause of much crime and is a people oppose government interference, of the island which includes near-I',! WEATHER CONDITIONS 1 j

crime jn itself. although they want government aid in 1$ half cf the entire area. It will : it be Hoodwinfieel

many ways, whenever government inter- be- a sort of birdseve! survey from Pressure continues high over
ference is directed toward the benefit of which pUn; for the future development -, the northeastern rectitn of the. 'Don
Some give to worthy causes accord- cf the land will be country! with the crest over Pennsylvania : ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
ing to their means; others according to the great mass of people.If made. and is below normal over '
.T X. To we the original Dam 100% Pan Paint
their m.eanners. the people of this nation have any He SIXTH tO X MADE IN BALTIMORE. '
Editorial comment: Even ifhey .,street. The little one has been t PCmT'ADrI'
sense at all, they are opposed to returningthe I L look. for Davis 100% hn Punt has often been rants
( make Tiighways, swimming given the name of Betty Lou. I r1"
affairs'over .N+ iaitate .but never duplicated.
Sign in a Memphis tailor shop: management of its economic places and nil, 'xnmlar snorts safe. Mother and daughter are getting; I I Otis 1-oDCly/ Dam |BXJ% Pu,, Print conform. within -
to the same class of magnates who there! stil remains matrimony and along nicely. .- .--
"Trousers pressed in the rear. Where .,,t all par pain\; Laws ana it the only paint : =
they need it least. piloted it to the 1929 smash. They want it* perils with.for people to get intioul.le There wu an Interesting and I U(1( I111L that curia a gvarsnteof parity. ::=-=

the government to profit by the experience -. I i well attended meeting of Girl ,PAINT: Cook' for this Guarantee on the Label* :: I

If real l estate values continue their of the past five or six years, to: regulate A benefit aH"arty and entertainment Scout: Trooo 4 held last night in1 I w5ban.. .em r.sasswah.gaIui .
bill ..e riven next.Thurs- the Scottish Rite Hall. The girls ....
surpervise and control as far as ( .me fNII- 5 a. r a.a.-d add Ue..ek I
downward plunge, soon the owners will day night, J ily 23, at Aronovitz we planning a number of entertainments
not mind if the meek inherit the earth and. necessary, to eliminate the abuses*of the h-.ll. The prrgram will begin for ti e summer reason. TBEHHDrWISCa c*** mo BALTOfOREMEl

pay the taxes on it. 1 past and prevent another similar catastrophe promptly at 7:45 c'clork.: The af-l I G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets I

1 in the future. fir will be for charity and those List of announcements of candidates -
having the amngemcnst; in charge !: at the November election] -
The American public is not so amen- promise. delightful entertainment 1 al l pearing; in today's paper con- --- -

able to the word "must." Roosevelt has LAST CIVIL WAR GENERAL Tte committee in charge is Cap-,, tains the names of Leslie: Curry, # "

found that out. "Must" is in the lan- bin J, J. Maher.. S. A., W. L.l3r.tes. for mayor; D-incomhe L. Cash. ....................................................... ......N.N.e
Mrs J.V.. Leon and Mrs. councilman: first ward; L. R. :
Holding the distinction of the
dictators Eva ; sixth ward
guage speak. Torano.A Warner councilman : ; .
last surviving general of the Civil War, j Poreph W. Album chief of police; .
General Adelbert Ames reached the baby. girt ae'ghinjj: 12 pound Ima El wood, ca bin of police;
"Noise," that pressing problem of age waborn t. i ii morn'ng 4 o'clockto Hsrold Baker sexton; Flonev)
Am.erican cities, has been made the sub- of 99 before his death a few months ago. Mr. and Mrs. ITilIiam A. I.ob- Pellicier ;ity sexton; Thomas II. JULY SPECIALS I

ject of a book by N. W. McLachlan. Thisis He was also: one of the few living men who erts in their home at 923 Fleming Rcberts. city scxttn. I

held the rank I INew
in the
said to be the first book to deal with virtually general Spanish- -

all of the Am.erican War
aspects subject. We be-

lieve Former Administrator Stone would The career 'of General Ames was a G.EI II !

have every citizen of Key West read this varied and often stormy one. A native of rM1in BEACH

treatise.A Rockland, Me.\ where he was born on Oc- 4 :

tober 31, 1835, he was graduated from ,

new method said to be-infallible West Point in! 1861, at the outbrealof_ ,, the USES 40lISS% CURRfNJgives CHAIRS E
Civil War in which he
has been invented to serve in the identi- servedvith distinction :

fication of'criminals. It i is done'by photo- being brevetted p.. major gqneralof .

graphing the nehvork 'of blood vessels in volunteers for gallantry in action.' $1.75 i

the retina_ of..-th ti huiflan eye. It' is )iq- lie settled in Mississippi\ ;After. the double the "Cold Capacity!I" i .
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war and was a United senator from : ..
: .1. "
tended to supplemented l 'not sdpplantjthg' i '*. :

present method of finger print system1? that state from 1870 nntil1873, 'vjien )he = 1930 :

Criminals often disfigure themselves to was elected governor. His alleged favoritism 15 = 1935 I .8 inch Oscillating i

avoid detection. It i is less likely tWy} will toward the negroes led to a seriousriot $6.75 -

remove an eye for this purpose. in Vicksburg. The legislature! i im Fan y. :

peached him in 187G but the charges were r

An army of hobos will march on withdrawn and he resigned, later return- Now a General Electric THERMOS BOTTLES $1.25 i '

Washington getting the idea from Coxey's ing to the North. He was a brigadier general Refrigerator saTes you even .
.New 1935
army of a generation ago. The leaderssay during the war with Spain. General money Electric models use : MOSQUITO SPRAY KILS-IT-Pint, 15c::1 :

it will be 3,000 strong or weak, as one Next to General Ames, the last Civil ( 40%less current than General : Quart, 25c; Spray Gun, lOc. -

looks at the size, and will l>e made in the War general was J. Warren Keifcr ofOhio Electric. models of 1930. .

interest of old acre pensions. Freight_train former speaker of the national Prices a. low as : White IVorjr, Green, Buff, French :

schedules) are being carefully looked up. House of Representatives, who died at his PALMER PAINT Gray, Pea Gre n and Light Blue

In all seriousness! !, however this march will home in Springfield, 0., on April 22, 1932 13789I : :

not the social security bill as it is at the age of 96. 80C Ipl.5U :
help ,. I : .
0 Half Gallon Gallon .... ...... ---
well known that as a rule hobos are .
natural-born loafers, possibly" looking for WHAT THE COUNTRY NEEDS -

work and prayirg to Heaven they won't DECOTINT-WATER PAINT Sky Blue, Lavender;and Tan, Lettuce Green

get it. The United States Treasurer reportsthe ,

*Mm: receipt of check for 67.00 from t
a a .
All G-E Refrigerators 1 40c
Local -police should go "easy" on man in Covington, Ky. It seems that the have"ageless"sealedinsteel a : 5 Ib Package, Regular) Price 60c. Sale) Price :
;. .
1 I .
tourists who come here with their cars fora Kentuckian was a work relief beneficiaryin ." > j.

visit. It i is a simple matter to hand out 1933. He now pays the government mechanism that requires no atten : ..
lion not even oiling and
tickets\ for minor traffic violations but the $67.00 and says he will send in the balance carry .
Performants Protection .
are not beneficial Key $40 in few months. 5 Years
consequences to a
West. One visitor told The Citizen last What the country needs today is a for oaly$1 a y ar. South Florida Coitractmg ;& Engineering Co. j

year he was leaving this city because he few million citizens like this man in Ken- G-E Platop $ 9260 .

had been ordered to move on when he had tucky. MoJJs picad.f Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets |

just stepped out of his car'to purchase a I ,eta.,.. .

across the from the A prominent columnist week : "Your home is of the best"'GE
newspaper way Colonial i.I a or, so (' worthy
hotel. This is one instance of which ago reported a fact that he said had never THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY ..

The Citizen ii:: aware; there may have been I before been reported. Now; we a I e wondering I I .........................-.......- .'.......- ...'..- ..... ...........................

other. I ,. where we read- it"! :II"JT.I .I' I':
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I READY MADE WfECOHA.LIE ., JUNIOR CLUBS !j'i Today's: Horoscope i ;: ; 1 dace neer" hi a person his:own who line.will There be a Is pio-a

...C.....a e...........ea little too much self-reliance and
STANTON START SERIES some danger: of estrangement from
The person born today will be'': relatives.
arnOPalg1 ,
unwillingly. so* was forced< to SPORTS
...," tiladtt fond.starvation andWM independent and self-willed, but
to laatralta' Laurit 11_. acre with him. jf I.
rrmU* m .Mt.*. l.cmCtMk*- *. t "How lone would we have to keep (By JOVE) :] inclined to be somewhat lazy.| Several literary women of St
pr*ciMU,(. M c*. widowJfaorci .> Rea + There are several directions which' Paul all of whom are spinsters,
H-npT: she asked slowly., r rt. .. Lo.. A series of games are being
"*.* far York 4Ji.ry, R.*>. .Mftaver "So you admit my claim on your f the force of this day may become : have formed an organization
and ftrnrte Ate /avorablnfJrnlW gratitude? That's something The played by the Junior diamondball i, operative, but it win surely pro-.I known as the "Cat Club."
Hot Rer wa sot lost to
'*. Pacite wew .U .Jtfl ... er......., mocking smile came' I Into his eyes, I II tens from Stovers and Bayview'!' .
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IM_ Wftu**ot. .a4 ,rclim alter I
and she stared back at him and ofi
,.. ?sera.U*i0tf recovered. /Vale Parks under the supervision I.
*. trJIt L the deeepft.i Ie waerva life lob sparks of very positive Interest I ......-...N............ D. McCarthy and Q. Lopez, re- I HODGE BLAZES ECONOMY TRAIL'S?
suppose It depends on what happens I i,

bow lone we have to keep it up. We 1 DO YOU KNOW THATBy Yesterday afternoon the seventh ,
Chapter ,, I --
Eight can. no doubt. quarrel!, and find we \WINNING DOWN I I DEFEATS LOPEZ game of the series wa: pared.! : ,,'
BAD BARGAIN are not suited and part There's |I I ; -- I 1 .
the Park boys winning,
enough of that going not to make
-C TOM our meeting last week noticeable.. After two on years' separation -I BOSTON 2 TO 1 ( JOVE) I I I 7 to o, after 16 innings of thrilling

you're moat certainly not the yon know!" Ii ........................ DIAMONDBALL CAME ,PLAY.. play.In. :
kind oT &Irl1"4 pick oat for a wife," How she bated him. his bitterness j I i The local baseball club played ;i the sixteenth frame the Stow- f x JIAi
his cynicism! ED LAST NIGHT K1SULTS ,
bald Moore. i I IYoo
in Snake Creek Sunday and were 1 I ers outfit pushed over two runs to ,
dislike women so much that GIANTS PUT AN END TO CIN L4v
"Then why do yon say 1 must'go' you won't want It to be lonl.Ibe II leading 6 to5 when the catcher. IN scorn: OF 10 TO 4By win the game. ,

pretending to be?" she flared up. said. CINNATI'S WINNING SPREE; Alberto Rodriguez was spiked ;I i Almyda. Nelson and Hernandez

"1 tried to make It clear but you "1 don't 1 shall In and the game was called becausehe were stars of the game. .
suppose get your BOSTON RED SOX ONCE I JOVE) 7't.
,don't seem very quick on tbe uptake. way much,'* be answered. "All going bad to be treated at the hospital i Both clubs have won three
I The Busy::: Bees came back with
Rather surprising, seeing that yon well. 1 shall be mostly In the air. MORE IN FIRST DIVISION I ? v II I games. 11 _
must be brainy enough to bare tooled Well thank It.. a bargain. then I j jII I OL sting last night and evened the Score by innings: R- II. E.

all these people. Jut try to get It (II aee Albery tomorrow and we can : Manolo Acevedo hit a double'and !I series with tha Lopez Embalmers.The Slower Plrk-

this time. I let Albert think I bad settle things. Ill goodnight I II at1 I Bakers put the game on ice 010 000 000 %-7 10 4
say (!II..I.I to The ( lfl...) I two singles in four times 3101 WOO
a wife, that yon were my wife. 1dldn' now" I in the first two frame when they j
bat! Bayview Park-
.j NEW YORK July 18.-Ending
tell him yon most be an 1mpoalor. "Good'night!" i scored seven of their ten runs. 0-593
020 101 100 000 000
their streak and
three-game losing
The Lopez clan made three in
But TURNED In 2.t the same time stopping the I AI Rodriguez hit a double and I the third and one jn the ninth. The Batteries: M. Tynes and Her h.l..d
yon can tell him now. OB at the door. nandez Xelson and ""oodson.I Sturdy racced Dedce ma their gas and savings quickly makeup
Reds' winning splurge: at seven a single in four tries and Peter for ; trackless .te
He'd never forgive me. He can't "Yxta saldjn the train.that you ; Bakers scored three more Maze a way wa > the difference in pnc*.
'games the New York Giants defeated Castro hit two singles in three lands ia the Far Cast." writ* Roy
the fuorth.
atand being fooled. He thinks a never wanted to meet me again. I good measure in Andrews Drive a Dodge yourself. Make the
whole heap of himself under that "I 1 haven't changed my mind" Cincinnati yesterday afternoon chances and walked once' ? Ah Ah Lunn had a bad night. I BENJAMIN LOPEZ "And Chapman now Dodge a.a-.. a nw traS- FREE economy teat. See bow pleasant

quiet silky way of his. As .'.e Just You must admit It looks like fate. 6 to 3. The game was featured i ---- j Nine hits rnd sir errors while the I FUNERAL HOMES the economy trail I know my new comfortable it is to drive with Its

remarked. I'm broke to the wide. as If we had to meet. with much !ickering on both : The Vets refused to let Linnie I iI \ia ; in the box gave the Bees seven Dodge coot less t. r.. than a "AirgHde Ride" and "Srnchrotnauc

and be has my future In his band." "There! are different kinds of fate. rides.! A doable;! play ended a ral-I i: Licata umpire when told that he I II. runs. Ward pitched a good.I S rvinK Key West I mall car." ControL" Dodgo gives you the prcxec.;
hate this which might have been victorious Half Century DodgwOWDe1'leTel'JWbereara bon of aO-ctMl bodies and genuine
"But be'd only blame me.'she ins "And yon partlculzr! ly '! was carried up there by the local steady game and did not have to
I 24 Hour Ambulance Service and oil miioag heretofore considered hydraulic brakes, costs only few
kind? for the Reds in the seventh gas yet a
extend himself.
aUted. "It's 1 who club? I
have fooled blot. |
Licensed Embatmer beyond reach. Many figure it dollars more than the lowest-priced
1 da- I
inning. Carr Hnt.lell won his I
It's Robert Bethel 1 made wonderful
1 who'd get the sack. I some -
less to own a Dodge than a List
costs cars. price now only $M5 and
He her of Phone 135 Night 696.I -\\
his Intent
gave one twelfth cf the He
That wouldn't help me. Don't argue penetrating looks. game season. I I Poly Haua was in a rage be- catches in the outfield. Ar- I I small!, competitive make. They say up at factory Detroit
You'll have do was in' trouble) only once-in the I mando Acevedo and Puby Car-
to what 1 say. 1 You haven't told me all the !cause his outfit eouldn't beat the i I
didn't know how right I was the ** seventh frame. I: local club and that he actually bonell played a very good gamein I -
truth. b. said. 1 feel sure of that.
other day wben I said yon were probably "About what?" Staging a sensational come1.ack"EiJJ : wanted to fight? I the field. A. Acevedo, with 1-
taking a man's Job. And I'm "Why yon did It What drove yon Hallahan let down the Boston ; three singles in five chances and ,1I
damned If I'm Braves with! only ''four hits wins f doubles and
going to let yon take Sterling with tvo a
to It. Won't tell ? There
yon me now All the nice JD
mine. was an appeal In his voice but ning the game 2 to 1, whichwas H veterans were very I single in four tries, were the'I

"You're unfair you're hateful Laurie was too angry to heed it. I his fourth straight. A home run to us? leaders at bat. .

There was a sob of rage In her voice. She threw up her head. by Terry Moore in the ninth in- ---- J Score by innings: R. H. E.

He was so deliberately insulting so "1 have told yon ail. ning was the deciding factor. The j, That world renown masseaur Bees ..? 340 300 000-10 15 0 I LOOK !

determined to hart so bitter In his His voice hardened. circuit blow ended a pitching duel I Sharp, acted as body and arm mae Lopez .. 000 300 001- 4 10 9

obvious contempt for her as an on- "Then." be said brutally ""you are between Hallahan and Brandt. The; seaur for the local club? Batteries: Ward and M Ace F

scrupulous adventuress. "What do like most women. You get what yon victory was the thirteenth straightfor I 1 vedo; 'C. 'Lnnn, Gates and Inra-: These tread footprints

yon mean by taking your Job?" can. how you can. and when the time the Cardinals. Alfonso! played leftfield bare- ham. Kerr. I how how"G3"

-It you don't go on pretending to conies to pay yon don't like It-and Winning their first doubleheader footed and made !some wonderful Standing of the series: keeps Its nonskid -

be ray wife. yon ,will take my Job yon squeal. since April 19, the Brooklyn catches? Club- W. L. Pet. Every Goodyear Tire is a grip after thousand

from me. Gosh how hard It Is to get With that he went out of the room. Dodgers took both games; of a twin Busy Bees ......__..... 1 1 .500 I ? ef mile* of

anything Into your bead! Must I say Laurie heard his. firm light tread bill from the Pittsburgh Pirates, Ansel",Albury. the cook on the Lopez Funeral Home 1 1 .500 bargain today,including the eervice.lots And of non-skid there'sstill

It all over again I'm supposed to be down the rlcketty stairs..She heard 5 to 4 and 5 to 0. The Dodders;: : ferry says he had a bad night!: Sat Pitchers' record: I sensational G-3ff Allleft in thee treads

dead. I come back. I !lie to Albery th. front door bang. The old house ere now only a half game in back urday due to having met Sam Pitcher- W. L. Pct. for thousands more
from the was not made for him. He looked so I I Weather the tire Detective
beginning. of the Reds. Kemp. C. Gates ............. .... 1 0 1.000 +. miles safety.
-I let him think I have wife. big In It. There was something untamed -
a He Five-hit pitching by Curt Davis I Ward .u.................. .. 10 1.000 A Faurot'.s' famous coast-to-
gives me her address. I 1 free abour blm. You felt that
say am gotog his borne was.ID tbe air. I and four consecutive hits by Miss MZami of .was on the I Types ..._'.......... ... 01 .000 r Asa
to see her at once. He thinks a I 1J coast investigation proved is
and Has1m and Landi! to sin ... 01 .000
great deal of her. He congratulates She went into her bedroom. Angry Moore.:Camilli. Vergez -1 ferry requested I A. Lunn ..-.... ._ _
much for the Cubs to for her? ALL-WEATHER the world's mileage
tue. He praises her work. her plurk. tears gashed from her eyes. was too I greatest

He tells me tbat I am to go back to She opened a drawer and took outa overcome and they lost their second i I 1 It's'Ij tire.,
my Job that he will be behind me. bos of Australian eucalyptus wood. straight game to the Phillies, The party was dead until a fellow SOFTBALL toset .ii..

as be was before. But be says we unlocked lt. and fumbled among a 3 to 2. passenger furnished music abssapr.

can talk about that later on. He Is lot of papers. But she could hardly By defeating the Indians twice, water? NIGHTBy I ? + SEE LOCAL EVIDENCE f tale.. erDea.w

full of sympathy. 1 leave him to go I nee for her tears. 13 to 5 and 3 .to 1, the Red Soxregained 1

to my wife. The scene Is all set- No.she wouldn't tell! him the truth. a place in the first di-. Some of the boys backs were ( tVe've got the evidence to

that would he think If I went Wild hones wouldn't dreg It out of virion. Bill Werber lammed out I I sore from playing tag on the ferry "_ ( JOVE) j back it up actual footrintrecordsmadeby"G -

back and told him t never had a wife, her. Shehated him too much. She four successive tw -bagger ".. t ? There will be two game in the
tut simply wanted to see the girl could not'espose to him the agony'of p -3"ti
With steady and effective: pitching -1 Social League Friday night!: at

who had played such a trick on us those days In Sydney when her by Ed Lanke the Washington Mickey Ubieta pitched a two- Bayview Park. tires used by your neighbors 14,441 .))..
lovely little sister child for her
Lath? He'd never forgive me. He'dthink a Senators with 12 hits were able;: hit game in Hollywood the other I In the first game: the Bermuda Welter Paulo*.
rears, bad disappeared from their -on the same roads
I was either mad. or I wanted you u.rr.
to defeat the St. Louis Browns 81 night? Bakery and the Scrvice ten will ltehlaadFark.NJ.drhe !
to make him look a fool. I know him. lodgings, and she bad searched for
to I. I cress bats and in the !second game It's first-hand proof
It would finish me with him distractedly for days, and foundat 4.The ,
t last that she had been kidnapped summaries follow: I'land Lopez Funeral noire ten I the S. B. Boor will, play the Cave that this great tire gives
NATIONAL LEAGUE Busy Bees are playing a five-
b1 i a gang associated with their land
had listened In stony si- I
LAURIE.' First Game : game!: series and they are tie with i Inn.Both of these games should better than ,

"Yon say the scene IJ let Mr. lady.That.. If Laurie had not by a miracle At Pittsburgh R. !I. E. one victory each The third game I prove good ones for these boys .

.. _._._......514 1 I will be Monday night.: all the wee't.
Moore, she said coldly."It la set for been In. time she would have Brooklyn -, 1 played j have been practicing 43% LONGER NON-SKID MILEAGEAT l9Oq.a.aP.

]'I)It." been shipped off to some unknown Pittsburgh ._....._m...__ 481 t On Tuesday night the Lighthouse .A.Daottw,
For you too." he retorted. -1t destination and swallowed up In the Batteries: Clark Vance. Leo- On Friday night the Hollywood will play the Recreation in NO EXTRA COSTTHEPRICES MarrtMMM.o.aty A*"' .

would Vlnlsn you with Albery as night of a distant underworld lost nard and Lopez; Bush Birkofer All-Stars played the Homestead! the first game and the Bernj..da

wfL") to her for ever. and Padden. All-Stars and Ubieta again pitched i' Bakery:; will cross bats with the S. .

M could get other'work.. I dare That it was to cover their attempted I for Hollywood losing the game in'' i i B. Beer in the reond game. These 1.

aey""As crime that her landlady had accused the ninth? With the score 9 to 91 k j were the games that should havebeen : 1

her of theft That she-had been Second Game i he threw the ball to the second'': 1I
said night.
you Just now, everybody played last Tuesday
literally out of her mind when Glad and I speak for themselves
who missed the throw
would know that yon were a cheat At Pittsburgh R. H. E. sacker One was rained out and the other teooo ..IlwDr.

and a fraud went down with pneumonia. caughtin Brooklyn ..-+-...._-e__ 5 12 1. the runner came home with the v as ordered played over. .T.M.Brewn,

i "191 1 risk that. She was quivering some alum hovel where her kid- Pittsburgh -_......_._ 071 ,. winning tally. hot Springs.Ark.DjA .
nappers bad hidden her and nearly ,
with defiance. Batteries!: Earnshaw and Phelps; I I -
died. That when deliverance came 1 The local baseball and diamond-\t '
1 don't know tbat 1 couldnt I. I )
Swift and Grace. ,j
angel-wise in the of Mark Hoyt i
prosecute you and have you sent to person I ball teams are preparing!: a trip to i j; t.JI : _
Albery's friend she had snatched at 10 different !=j.
prison take them to at least
"I'd risk that too!" whatever No. she could the not coaL tell him these At Cincinnati R. II. E.I I' cities in the state? j I RUSSELL'SCIGAR! S (Jt ,

J His voice changed. It was Just as .. L. J6 15 21 t ttr .a..
gruff but leas dictatorial. things. He would not understand. "Jw ; +t r- Water Pickle says he will p\tch : P. Ii. nnteb,
.Cincinnati .. JH 1 .. 9 *''I Real le
y n.I was cruel: be only cared for himself --.- p Service ten tomorrow
-Look here> t didn't ''I for .
mean that.-of, SPEEDWAY t SfVtnftMd, MO.DOMT
Hubbell Dan. PATHFINDER:
andhls career. Let him think Batteries: and ? I
S course. It you're such" good works night
1 what be liked of her! ning; Hollinss; ':orth. Schott,
er as Albery says, yoif mutl be busH. STORE
owe I She found what she was looking mann and Erickson. | Lennie Licata has learned a little '
lIh. $
n Ptll- Don't yon think you t nerr"1 A .25
11 for. a photograph of Rez Moore that about umpiring since he hit
me something! Haven'fjro benefited, ,
she bad cut oat- f-w newspaper.The this old rock? fc"*' i -O I $525 "
quite a bit by passing as my widow! : Cbieago'R. ONLY
1 1I Rex Moore of more than two At 1 I
-I hare she admitted and again
the ,warm color flooded her pale years ago. It.was a.ood likeness, as 1 Philadelphiai .3 {J I., Some of the players are razzingthe DailyBaseball Returns M$1A CL. 16OOO. .

cheeks with shame. newspaper pb.dtogrs.phs go. but she i Chicago ..LfiLI:____-" 2,1"1) 0 umpires almost every night!: ? T. w. Rdiao
would never have known him from Todd Lee. and old tire ka .c.
i Batteries Davis and ; your r-
"Yon first-line
said something about It saving 1 By Wire buys Goodyear' economy -
It,Not only had be a moustache. and and O'Dea. i KEY WESTCOLONIAL
your slater's Ufe.lie spoke quite tire the famous Path-
looked much but the expression I gives genuine Goodyear
younger you
gently, for him.. ---- HOTEL I
-0- features -
I finder. All Goodyear
was quite different. It was I quality at lowest price latbe
-It did an eager happy face although the I At. St. Louis R. II. E. I COME IN AND GET THE center-traction safety tread sturdy Goodyear Speed BE FOOLED
"Well. then whether you like It In the Center of the Business
Cord body mai- trick discount
rugged; strength was there: and the! Boston ... --- 141 RESULTS OF THE Supertwist way.Centertractionway. by
or not. don't you think you owe it eyes were laughing and kind. St. Louis ._ _. 273 and Theater District : BASEBALL imum blowout protection in from padded. priceS
MAJOR Supeitwist tough long-
to me to go on with the farce. so tbatI I list*. BUY NO
How he must have suffered to be- and Spohrer I ply
can get on with my jour' Batteries: Brandt ; Fist Claa*-FironroofSoMtUa LEAGUES every wearing rubber a value until :you see how
come this harsh embitteied man!
She was silent for a few moments Hallahan and Davis.AMERICAN only the world's largest tire MUCH MORE QUALliberal -
(Copy+lekt. mi. Corallt Stan ton) Rate --0- ITY
him with Trade-In
looking at undisguised antagonism. I maker can offer. GoodyearSAME
Are yon sure It depends on meDefinitely. ?" Laurie get deeper, tomorrow SOFT DRINKS
Into the tangle' .he ha. mad for First Gam CASH PRICES OTHER SIZES.-IN-PROPORTION
I know Albery.
her If. R. H. E.
** At Boston Garage Elevator ETC.
Cleveland _._._ 510 2
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-- -- PepeJar
Boston ..._..._........._13 18 3 Priee&I 4.40-21 4.50-21 4.75-19 I 4.40-21 4.50-21 4.75-19

I iEAIiESTANDINGS GAMES\ TODAY Batteries: Harder L. Brown and .,. TERMS
; --' .65 .03 .t5 $IP.45
I. |
Brenzel; CascareHa, Walberg and .... .
: : :
AMERICAN I.EAGUKChicago .66- $7 $4" $5 "

J AMERICAN LEAGUE at Washington' FerrelL t a | 3" | AS LOW ASjjj

Club- w. L. Pet. Tietje vs. Newrom.Cleveland .

New York _,_ 49 28 .636 at Philadelphia- At Boston Second Can R. IL E.tI I Hotel Leamington ---

Detroit ., 49 33 .598' Hudlin vs. Wilfhere. Cleveland _._._ 182 i Iuz80c

Ci.icago, .,_ 42 33 .560 St. Louis at New York- Boston n_".'_ :. .._.--. 3 50 1 ; '
Boston _._ 43 38 .531'I Co ff man vs. Tamulis. Batteries end: Pearson and Phillip i "MiaIl 's "Most Pop-alar Hotel" rlSir Tift
Cleveland ._._._ 39 38 .506 Detroit 'at Boston-Auker*" 'vs.XV. *; Grove a
I f Boulevard
1 N. E. let Street at Biscayne ( ) A WEEK
Philadelphia! .__ 34 42 .4011 Ferrell.
At Washington p. H. E-" Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay
Washington ......._. 34 46 .425 j 0Wuhington' i
Louis .
St. Louis .........._ 23 55 .2951 NATIONAL LEAGUE St. 8 12' 0 i Opposite Union Bus Station

NATIONAL LEAGUE I Philadelphia at Chicago Batteries: Knott Van Atta. 1 One Block from Shopping District Price subject to change without noticeState ales tax additional.

Club- W. L. ret. Jorgens vs. Henshaw. Cain and Hemsley: .Unke and BoV i And Amusements

New York ..._ ........ 52 24 .684 Brooklyn at Pittsburgh ten. ,... LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED COLONIAL SERVICE STATION

St. Louis ............. 49 29 .628 Babich vs. Lucas. I .

Chicago .., ............. 46 34 .575 New' York at Cincinnati: Detroit? iz3ai8ii s.", Pose' t ';Single Room'with.Bath $1.50 CLARENCE CRUSOE, Prop.

Pittsburgh .....-....- 42 40 .512 fmith vs.. Freitas. 2.00
paned,. Doubt Room with Bath
Cincinnati .....,__ 38 43 .469 Boston at St. Louis-Macfay- Colonial Hotel Bldg. on Fleming Street. .

Brooklyn .._...:.... 36 42 .462 den vs. P. Dean. ALFRED SIMONS Manager .. .:'t :.: -

Philadelphia _.:._.33 45 .423 :".

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"" ... .. ... Florida when, as and if the Progresa -][anti chain store privilege tax act, TAKING IT RIGHT

-W rks program under Harry designed for the two-fold ,AMATEUR PROGRAM 1 PALACEAn
I ; ; 's ETI. BEHIND THE LINES Hopkins is put into execution has],
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x :;-:; and.announced has set his at executive rest rumors personnel that!, to of making do business it hard and for at chain the stores same COLORED SCHOOL who An has optimist already we spent take it the, is first one :]{ BIG BOY Boy RIDES Williams AGAIN in ] (I Tom Mix in
........... ............. ...... .nn headquarters will be moved from!' time finance public schools is not instalment of the! $200-a-month i: MIRACLE RIDER

i'Tnn.:; ; I (Continued from Page One) Jacksonville to Tallahassee .';. what it was touted, radiate an air PROGRAM TO BE PUT ON BY pension in advance.-Albany Eve- ': Matinee: 10-lSei Night: 15-2Se
Announcement Junior of confidence over the
cerned more about possible op- W., H. Gall, of Zephyrhills. road supreme ning News. I

Of Marriage Hold Meeting position to his being returned as: department member from ,the't outcome of litigation to have the AMATEUR PERFORMERS .
attorney general It is known 1 First Congressionol District will[ multiple store license penalties - -- -

Junior Wo- that Landis' one ambition is final be "fall guy" in the matter of and the progressively increasing FRIDAY EVENINGThe -
Mrs. Lola Ant of La Crosse .Members of and the ly to serve on the Supreme Courtin II handling job-hunters He has' sales tax (known as a, gross busi- t Co.
Wisconsin, and George Perez of i'I man's Club guests will meet the event of a vagancy been khosen personnel 1 director.I Iness tax) declared confiscatory, a STEAMSHIP

this city were married yesterday 15 o'clock'tomorrow afternoon in This would be impossible of:.Jerome E. Conner, Pensacola boy violation of the bill of rights and l pick of the amateur performers -} P&O UNITED STATES FAST
afternoon, at the home of Mr. and the West Wo if he!I i who therefore unconstitutional. 1 :
rooms of Key realization for five years became Julius Stone's:'right among: the colored resi-j MAIL ROUTES FOR
MiS:.Juri Cobo, 1034 Catherine., I man's Club on Division for the should succeed as a candidate for I bower' in the Florida FERA ad-I!In that event schools will be the dents of the city will compete in''
8treet.> : Governor ministration will be continued by chief sufferers. Designed to II PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
Mrs! 'Cobo. the 'groom' *% ster,' regular social meeting. Although some 40 candidates I Treadway in charge of records hardly supply the difference between I an amateur program to be pre- Effective March 18th. 1935

was the'maid of honor a'nd MIr. Bridge and Michigan will be have been mentioned for Gover and? existing state aid for public sented at 6:30 p. m. Friday in the Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,

Cobo was they grooro/s ,best! man.:' played and refreshments served nor, it is growing apparent that I =---=-_ 't' schools: and the $10.500.000 Douglas school. I j' 12:20 P. SI.Leave I

The cet men7f; raVfread; by throughout the afternoon by the when the barrier is raised with tl -- demanded by school_ leaders_ the The following program is1 Havana ,for "ey.Wt'st Thursdays and" :Mondays.
the of the '
Notary Public, JSnri ue Es- Through agency willbe Leave Key West for Port Tampa'Thuradayg and Mon
for school
Jr. .. .', hostesses: who will be Miss Leon- the close of the qualification State Planning Board, of which prospect financing planned: days 6:30 P. )I. -.
quinaldo anything but it being,: inevitable I
there will be than rosy
period no more
The couple will wake their ella Lester. Miss Ophelia Lester five or six candidates .At the I Treadway is also chairman, the that schools in many Selection-Chorus of Girls. Ticket. Reservation and Information nt Ticket Office) on 11.

future home in this city. and Miss Alice Gwynn. moment these look like the surest needs of .ill cities towns and counties moy be forced to close Solo-Josepha Saunders. Dock 'Phono 71

-----, bets as aspirants: Dan counties which can be fitted into' after three or four months of the Solo-Edna Sears.DanceWinifred J. H. COST'\R Agent. I
the'Progress Works Program ore i

e....e bitter-critic of the Chappeu.1 known down to the last detail 1935-36 term. Bethel ._ __ _1.__ ___ --.--

I PERSONAL MENTION J of Hawthorne Governor, of Sholtz Miami and; In addition under the the jobs anticipated to be newj financed -, ....................... Selection-Rhumba Solo-Ethelyn Sands.Orchestra.

...................................-.--.---------- Hodges of Leon whom, many now I road building grants to Florida. Classified Column Solo-Gertrude Fisher.
believe; reached the peak of his The deparment is all set to Solo Norwell
and Eva Warner who was in go I Instrumental -
Mrs. daughter Mrs.
Mary (i I for vacation and icniained strength Before the legislature Anxious contractors find the de- ............eeeeROOMS ........ I Cruz. "LikeACakeOflceFOODSTUFFS
Miss Myrtle left yesterday Miami a
convened Pat WJiitaker.; of Hills- .
afternoon for a short business during the illness of her ; lays trying They too are all Solo-Laurette McIntosh
Fred Cone Lake
borough; City ready to get going but nobody Solo-Alsado Ramos.
visit in Miami. sister Mrs. Jennie Galindo, returned -
banker-lawyer Several othersare seems to have the answer as to "THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00. Dance Team-Helen Gonzalez;
I yesterday.Edward being mentioned more or less when the program even partially,I $2.50 and $3.00 per week. and Merlice Woods.
Charles Curry', who was spend- seriously including former Governor will1 get under way J Double and Single. 128 N. E. Tap Dance-Kermit Saunders.
ing a vacation of one week with : Bayly who was enjoy-' Doyle E. Carlton, of Tampa I 4th Street, Miami Fla. I Dance: "The Continental"AI.fred
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. cities the and Senator J. Turner'Butler, of
ing a vacation at v.i Conrad Van Hyning 'recently! june26-lmox|| Colebrooks and Willie MaeAlburyr
Curry', and other relatives left East Coast, returned yesterdaymorningyb'h' Duv l the latter viewed by some a ,
over the highway this morningfor the Havana Special. obsetyiCyas, beiritf ijio&acttdtableto : : appointed State Welfare Director, FOR RENT i, 4-: ,I t
j Chorus. !
> fell .into his, job at a most inopportune -F Closing
his home -in Tampa.: ",' '.u :' the present administration than s :
and inauspicious time.. .1 ? t 'TI
""I- 'I I" !llt.-! any ottilttT J.l d q'pe. : BICYCLES-WE RENT by the]
The"State Welfore Board Act of .
Mr. and Mrs.V Joseph Cremata 'I Mrs. Dorothy Williams who : garded as certainties. Hour, Day or Week. Repair!I 1 Ii
and daughter arrived over the was spending a vacation witn her ..---- the 1935 session was provisoed so all makes and paint them with]

highway l last night from Miami to([i parents, )Ir. and Mrs. Ernest Rob- All of FfoffdaVfive congressmen -I as to make his appintment pofible I I Nu-Enamel. We carry a full'! Plate Lunches
citizen Florida.
not of
though a
enjoy a vacation 'with 'relatives ,erts, left yesterday afternoon voted a'gaTri&tthe. President's"deatb'1Ienterrce"Vf supply of parts. Agent for the 1 .
When the post came to him all .
I with her two children, Virginia !
and Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.
friends.1 itwt>viaioi> for
FERA for direct relief in
to join Mr. WilUauis money ,
I Shirley And sell them as low as $5.00
Utility Holding Companies and and Dinners
at Norfolk Va. Florida had been spent He I II
down and $1.00 week. We
Eugene Papy who was spend thereby brought many another was: forced to tell'' the counties:I i I per I If r
ing a while in Key West with gasp of surprise among Florida that- the responsibility of taking l 1 Buy and Sell all makes of used I

relatives and friends left yester- P. P. Pyles auditor for the voters With the re-nomination !! care. of the unemployables would; Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. A la carte

day afternoon: for Homestead.Mr. Florida East Coast Railway Com-]iof| the President regarded asa be up to them-that he couldn'tdo Stowers company. 515 Duval i it >1I >

pany left yesterday afternoon for';:; certainty next year coupled with i anything about it With street. apr9-tf : I 35c 50c I

and Mrs. Frank Rom left.', Miami after an audit of the books'' his known determination to take I counties deplorably hard pressed PIANO TUNING ; AND .

yesterday afternoon for ; their; of the company in Key West. the Holding Companies issue to for cash, tax collections being way
!I I I the people if he fails in the Seafood kept in our all metal ICE
home in Washington after a visit pres- I off county commissioners are PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo- Specialties
I' REFRIGERATORS are as cool, fresh and
and ent session speculation exists as
of one week with their son I being heard to say that there is. sale I
Excellent for
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.' Ellis Archer and Fernando Gato i I to just what this vote on the part I little or nothing thay they can do;1 reno. piano Sandwiches healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of
Division street.jun24Imo
1018 1 I
Carl Rom. I left over the highway this morn-I|10C the five congressmen will lead to remedy the situation So cheap. i ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproof

I ing for a short business trip in I i to in the way of opposition on I it seems to all practical intents 1 I, I Beer and Soft Drinks I and absolutely airtight.

Basil Tynes left on the after- Miami the issue of their refusal to stick and .'purposes the State Welfare: WANTED i i

noon train yesterday for a short ............... ........ by the president as ail of them Board fianced to the extent of! I $30.00 and $35.00
visit with relatives and friends in, gave assurances in the 1934 elec- $100,000 by the state for administrative -, BRASS BAND INSTRUMENTS. r I EASY TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn
Today"Anniversaries tions that they would.It is for the PLAZASANDWICH
Miami expense ] Salvation Amy, 1002 Fleming I
moment at least. little more than, street. jlyl8-ltx Display At-
appears that Congressman to name which it cannot live SHOP
Sheriff K. O. Thompson left up !

over the East Coast, yesterday .............ue........ Millard Caldwell will be spaced to. i FOR SALE : 503 Duval Street Thompson Ice CompanyInc.
opposition by Speaker of the I .
afternoon for points on the keys
and Miami. 1790-John Frazee, the New House W. B. (Buddie) Bishopof I Chain stores aided and abetted, FRIG1DAIRE. good condition Curb Service
t York marble-cutter who became a PHONE NO. 8
Jefferson Bishop has madeit by many another small merchant K $20.00. 1423 Catherine street.
American sculptor of .
pioneer .
I ne has l
plain to friends that .d '
convinced that the so-called jly8-3tx
Mrs. Ross\ C. Sawyer Jr., and,' note, born at Rahway N. Y. Died t decided not to make the race for :
baby, leftjon the afternoon train l I _'!
Feb. 24, 1852. --- --- ---- -
Congress He is not even cer- ,
for visit with friends in
a will be candidatefor
tain that he a
1811 William Makepiece Commissioner of Agriculture
Allan B. Cleare, Sr.. Miami.1 Thackeray English novelist born. against Nathan Mayo which

the East Coast yesterday Died Dec. 24, 1863. seemed a real prospect with the

business and pleasure trip to Miami convening of the legislature .
When all else fails
1831-Paul A. Oliver Union He is not unequivocally commit-

general, Penn. inventor and pow- ting himself in letters to friends. -

Major W. V. Albury left'on the der manufacturer, born. Died : He is leaving the way open .

afternoon! twin i?r'a stay of sew May 17, 1912. : There are those close to Bishi
4Ezt .9am
eral days. who feel sure that he will decare 9 -&wnd
n tu r"1
1843: -Arthur Henderson Smith himself against MayoHe .
Captain Brady L. Vogt U. S. for 54 years a Congregational mis- doesn't want to be running too .

M. d, Mrs. Vogt and three children sionary in China, born at Vernon, long therefore his present attitude -

were passengers leaving on Conn. Died at Claremont CaL! .
the Steamship Cuba yesterday for Aug. 31. 1932.
Havana. Choirman Chester Treadway of _
w ---- .- ',.;" "' ....
1852: -Paul Carus noted Chicago the State RoaJ Department and 1..' TALK ABOUT IT. :. '
Miss Graciela Rivero left on the and Progress Wbrks Administrator for AND TNATS THAT. ,
religion -
writer on philosophy
Steamship Cuba yesterday for a i of his day, born in Ger- ; 3 3r
vacation with relatives and friendsin
Havana. : many. Died -Feb. 11, 1919. ,I MONROE THEATER r ;'

I 1861-Samuel W. Stratton, Claudette Colbert-W. William
Miss Noel Cassidy was an arrival Y.
physicist, head of"the U. S. Bureau in IMITATION OF LIFE
:on the Havana Special yes Mass.. intilute I -ancJj ---.. .t '
of Standards!!, } : :
terday from New York to spend ;
of Technology head j BAER ...,.BRADDOCK
vacation of two weeks ad guest of )
III. Died Oct. 18, I Matinee 'Balcony.; tOe 0-this.
her friend( : Mrs. Angekt Vaughan. Litchfield, : ; pr yHy
at the home bif-'An'n'jUreeC! 11V31.I Ira, IS-20ot Night 15-2Se
I I '
Franklin. Albert; executive 18GG-rFrank Lincoln, Moore 1 s

officer of the FERA in Key West'I I Rocky Mountains Congregational LaM' ..1
who was in Jacksonville for a I, clergyman and leader born at f Richardson Grocery .'
business conference, returned yes-I}t tli'vet-Mich') ; \':! :' Died !In' Chicago !

terday. March'28, 1935.Subscribe I FRIDAY AND SATURDAYSPECIALS

Judge Jefferson B. Browne returned to Tne Citizen.

yesterday from Miami
where he went as a selected juristto Batter ft 26
hear the suit in connection: j i Maxwell House Coffee. Ib 31c
with the new Florida rccircuiting fa Haaf, Ib l9c

act., Sugar, 5 Iba. 27e :

.Jacksonville's Leading' Hotel" %1 I. Magnolia Milk can ,'_.._ He wr A
"Tn Store That Serve Cream 6 can __ 38c and Ole
THE SEMINOLEjBrkw Tomatoes, can ...-. 5e
You B..t"COOD Salt. 3 p...... ? IOcGuava.

HOUSEWIVES SAY- I .. 2H) size can 20c
Pears 2H size c.. 20c

"Yes. I've found that trading Peaches 23# size can 17e

FK p it I at Archer's is my best bet Baked Beans, 6 cans ZSeOvaltiae

thti for planning better meals small 35c
t: 1 Quality merchandise popular Ovaltine large 6Sc

1 t prices, and efficient courteous Prunes.. 2% size can __ 22c WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS
.L Ivory Flakes 3 pk,.. 2Sc ,
service makes chopping a
I New WV.te Potatoes 5 Ibs. 18c
pleasure at Archer's." Rose Milk. 5 cans 49c I YOUR BEST FRIENPiM p pr

.allle. r'.r... ". I IrilA I Wo Welcome RespoasibleAacoaats Onions 2 Ibs. --- 13c YOUR LUCKY STRIKE
*. n. CHIM-U. .........'. ] Rinso. 3 pkf... 23e ,
:"A human, home-like_ in.tilutlonwher.ou Sani-FUsh.' caw 23c
will find r 1..1.
v._r.rl ..* ....rt.y....... a 'mat* All Competition met, with Ivory SoAp 6 bars 34c
tcr of great 'Importance. Eddy's Starch' 6 for _, 25c
Low Prices and High Quality.
-o- Lax Flakes, 2 pkfs. ___ I9c > .t
A .....1 fI........' ..11.... tussled ONE STOP SERVICE Lax Soap 3 bars 19c
I. lbe beam .r the eltrKYrr
--0- Order All Year Food Needs I' Life Buoy Soap 3 bars 19c
Room with Combination Tub Kidney Beans 2 for _. 2Sc
and, Shower Math Radio. Ul ctria, Throaa Us Crape Frail Juice, 2 for 2Se
Ceilt.a I Kan. Slat Door for SummerVentilation
Comfortable' Beds with. Dressed Poultry Lard 2 Ibs. ._- 29e
.Mattresses and of Inner Individual Spring Read-Con..trueUoft Fith Turtle I Cheese Ib ZSe I IT'S THE TOBACCO THAT COUNTS

Ins Lamps Fruits Vegetable Siam Rice 5 II... 35c I

RATES Meats Tuna Fisfc. ca. __ 15c I

Room. Private P.... -SlnsjleT .. :t Dairy Products Crab Meat, can 33e There are no finer tobaccos than those used in Luckies

s R.o.. Private Hush ___ ZJW I
4e ...._.. Private Bath a.M:, Phone. 67 Fr. D.eU..yj Ph... 65&-R Free Delivery
:14 RM>.. Private Bath ....
). Sample a__.. Private Bath 4.M:j 814 Fleminf Street Eaton and Elizabeth Streets rl rdskd flallku. A.wi,.. sew Qissa5

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