The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 20, 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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j REV. DAY CHAIRMAN OF BOY:I I of the most effective smiles in Thomas Ileflin of Alabama

By HERBERT PLUMMER SCOUT COMMITTEE HEARD I! MALONE IS, TO REPRESEN/T/ Washington.It i ex-United States senator and one Tinkering With Every
AI.I Pre.) ] of the ablest speakers ever heardin
(WASHINGTON my A.f. 20.- IN ADDRESS DURING SESSION CITY -.NO ,GOMEZ TO ACT beams from the very large the halls of congress, will speak I 1--I I FINE PROGRAM 1 I Kind Of MachineryBy

in Key West at Bayview Park
spite the fact that Will Rogers gray eyes and the flashing white Friday: night, August 23, 8 o'clock. )I 1

,,as not. what the Was"iDltO.1 I TOMORROW teeth of Madeline Pugh a Des Mr. Heflin is an exponent of I i I Schultz New York's Public Eaem.1 ARRANGED FOR FOSTER HAILEY

i-I \ Ia., the federal housing administraI I (Associated Press Staff Writer)
I Moines
girl, who is famous
the First tion's: home" No 1, looks and acts like !
"build anything
jrrps J of newspaper correspond-, Rev. James S. Day of I' your own program I SHOWTONIGHTBENEFIT
Baptist Church chairman of the i Hearing in the matter of Ever-! because she has said "No" to' and is delivering talks in different but what he is. If Wiley Post had be-a ci.en"i.
jots designate with a bit of acfon some 30,000 people since June, parts of the country ex- police say I
I I Boy Scout Committee ;n Key ett R. Rivas, deposed captain of choice as to how be should
Ilaining the idea and the plan
1933. He might be a salesman a'
a member of the "working'West, gave an interesting lectureat police of Key: West versus the from angle and viewpoint. i PERFORMANCE TO
', I' That Smile Wins every to Joi. kit comrade of the air in
I ink and council, has been stor.Tuel.rka ;-
city delicatessen
mayor :
fcress" no always was welcome the meeting of Troop 5 held Recognized as one of the most grocery a I II J BE'
I Wesley House last night. set for'10 o'clock Thursday: morn- She presides over the receptionroom fluent talkers in the United States that Valhalla where brave spirits
round whoa they were at work I : lec- ing'before'Judge, Paul Barnes, of ; at the Democratic national and possessed of the ability to I store'proprietor. I t I'* 'WM. R. WARREN WILL DE.
The subject of Rev. Day's: 1h ".E1eventh Judicial Circuit inj committee gain friends and followers wherever I .meet he probably>>l would have
Ii headquarters. A small He bears ao'tdeeiilbleace to the
f Whether in the press gallery of,, ture was the life of Doctor Mudd! Miami.' I I I : LIgER ADDRESS
I i j whose old home in Washington! :,boy from Arizona or a sev refaced he goes, he was selected for willed it as it was-the control
OnJune 25 Captain Rivas was'removed : chieftain 'act portrayed iD'
/ mak this work of telling the people how gang
the when Borah ii
senate was "
D. C. visited by Rev. Day''while : I from Terre Haute
was : woman
from office together with :
{i' j I much they sain by building their I of a fast plane i. his hands, the
the in fiction.The
he in the capital JreIcently. movies and
ling a speech on international re1 was Officers Bienvenido Perez and arrives and demands a job "or "'wn homes with the assistance of I' Different in every way will be I I

1 .j I Rex Shaw charged with irregu- else." Miss Pugh turns her smile the government.It man whom state anil' fed:the program of entertainment roar'of a motor in hi. !ears
lation or Hney Long was filibustering What made the lecture exceptionally :
parities in connection with the ;
.on them and in two minutes is expe ted that several thou- ,eral governments are trying so'hard Even little Grand
scouts they in
interesting to the : ranged by: the Key: West a* a chap
of their duties.
performance { sand people -ill I at the park Fri- ar.1 I
or in room at oneof -: e and without much success
; a press is the fact that they recently have subsided gratefully into a Band the benefit
Under date of August 8 an alternative ity: for Plains Tea. where he born
}I )' ( day night to hear this forceful and to spank for beinj a vicious citi-: was
the government departments spent an outing at Fort Jefferson, writ of mandamus was,chair along the wali'with' 1 some 20 notable orator.MAKES zen, is of medium height and ance to be given at the
I I Ion Garden Key: where Dr. Mudd M, issued by Judge Barnes, demanding .to 50 others waiting. weight. i Theater this evening beginning at 1 I I November 22. 1898. and later i.I i.Oklahoma i.

when the boys were killing time, was imprisoned after he was tried i j that the mayor and city: : council From then on the battle is all His Voice Deep Husky 7 o'clock. For 30 minutes priorto 1j I where he made his
and found guilty: of rendering as-I reinstate Captain Rivas on orj) NEW FLOUR ,
between stories at a game of to Miss\ Pugh. The job-seekers His hair is dingy: brown his
time band will
Booth! may: playa
sisUnce to John Wilkes before August 20, or show cause home, ..i. mother recalled be
Ho.s.I I' President Lincoln. I ,come back day: after day for one eyes large and blue. He generally'wears : in front of the Paace.!
cards; or at the White slayer: of I why this should not be done. > FRCMCOTTONSEFD concert
month for three months. If a look of wide-eyed cre
they would rather "tinker
called to or-: Malone will' much
I[ The meeting was Mayor Wm. H. George Mills White will! be mae
when there was something as important A. Boza, po home without a job they write dulity.: When he gets angry-
kder I i by: Scoutmaster J. | leave tomorrow evening over the letters back thanking her for her and during his two trials this year ter of ceremonies ana will:} also be" with machinery than
followed by scriptural readings East Coast for Miami to repre-
as going off the gold kindness. If land I YOUNG TEXAS CHEMIST' for income tax evasion he seldom featured the in vocal
J I and recital of the Lord's Prayer,I sent the city. State Senator they: a job they on program .hoe cott...
.taadard-Will' always. was wel-''the Scout Oath and Scout Law. i Gomez will leave at the same time i are likely to contribute candy or THINKS HE HAS SOLVED displayed any: temper-;ne large .numbers.
I I)| After the talk by: Rev. Day.: ,1 to represent Captain Rivas. flowers to Miss Pugh's desk. blue eyes contract to narrow) The program is as follows: As night follows day: this love

come. I I( Victor Larsen an old member of I She Also Waited GREAT PROBLEM slits. { Comedy: Reel. of machinery led him through a
;I| Otherwise his is unemotional Feature. "Make A Million"
There was a peculiar bond be-;;, the troop, who is now connected! L. GOMEZ GIVEN Miss Pugh has had some experience phlegmatic face. His complexion based on the recent chainlettercraze. hard apprenticeship to that mid-
i i i with the recreation department worrying in waiting rooms, ( Frrmut j
tween Will Rogersand, the news-! (I i is sallow, his features night of July 22, 1933:>> when the
of the FERA discussed with the herself. When the finished; a stenographic I'ORTV.OnTIl, Texas, Aug.j
I lather rugged. He speaks in a'' Address 1-7 Dr. William R. War attention of the whole world was
papermen around'Washington.. I troop plans for meeting and en- PRISON SENTENCE course in Des Moines he 20.-A young Texas & ,
''de- W. believes solveda "deep, husky: voice, and always ren. focused on him as he stood in the
The fact that he could get the ear::| tertaining the boy: scouts from set out for Washington the McMath he has I quietly. Popular Song, "Fare The Well!,
finally problem that has cotton i brilliant white o'f Floyd
other sections due to arrive' I rrcsrion notwithstanding. She kept re- lights
of presidents cabinet members born Arthur, A Annabellc to by "Little
Schultz was tie sung :
,Saturday, August 24. I landed a job in the census Bu- search men busy for three decades Bennett airport at the end of the
and what have you at any: ,time j[ At the conclusion of this matter TRIED, IN TAMPA ON CHARGE reau.. Then she shifted to the a\ p- -development of a palatable cottonseed Flegenheimer is a product of the Miss Key: West. f 8t..0 flichJL.arjund the
I !
he chose when the "working!' reorganization of the several, OF UNARMED ROB j. Joan t-divisien.ef! AAA: and lIen ,flour. i city-the_ borough of Bronx. He. .Del Woods, saxophone soloist, WorldV *
1 quick will exhibition.
has the the a mysterious
'v 'pftss"/t tt4't- made iro"aiffef'pafroli was made with Rick Her- Ii i to committee headquarters The chemist a graduate of Texas -, resourcefulness Hard
'It Didn't Seem
BERY "You mischievously A. and M. the' wit and speedy: actions typical of Mexican Tango ly a, 'talented I .
the.fnews iiandez. James Moore and Hay see, she.smiles : college tackled
ence. Will would tell you ] t boys who have been compelled to,; Key: West couple mining; Mexican The lights showed a short
Perez being selected as leaders. j "I wanted to be a secretary problem in 1929. T. J. Harrell, I
of "bull sessions" I movements with Americahstirs.Cuban niiitt1e white
such any: I fight for a living. chunki', man, a
The meeting was then brought, and seem to be-to nothirgless past president of the Texas Cot- '
: to a close by the troop reciting ink I Lucas Gomez who was arrested I than the day's major political tonseed Crushers' associationturged "They've: been tough bucks,"- Rhumb, danced in the bandage over the empty eye
way.Of : in West in June by officers he says of his earnings. : way: a red rhonua should bee by :!socket where a piece of steel had
all the .;tories of his intimate unison the scout motto "Be Pre- Key Headquarters. him to undertake the work. '
pared." of the sheriff's office was recently I McMath completed two advance' Schultz had a career as a minor, !local; t interpreters of this fascinatIng gouged out the eye ball 10 years
association with the great *
found hoodlum/'according1 to police records dance. j"George before and given him the, money
tried: in Tampa and being scholarships ,before J" '
and near great .in Washington, : guilty of unarmed robbery was YACHT CAROLINE mill here in 1932. coming, to ,a,' ':,bcforeihe'got' i into'_th "big' : Hill* White in Waf\cof'ferijgs. -]:to 'buy hie first .plane.Ppstwa's .

perhaps one of the best is'that. of] CUBA BRINGS INPASSENGERSI sentenced to 15 years at hard la:I He .spent six months learning money'* as'the'' >4beef! baron of. the,' j' 1 ; "I|,I4! : >> Gnifl"ei 'years 'old

Rogers and ,Pat Hurley. i ,, bor in,,the state; prison at Raiford. 'l COMEStO: PORT practical operations.. Then he retired r9dx" d\.ring.\ the 'prohibition! ; Sketch-of:Artist\ President Curaero Roosevelt/the'' when the jlVrigfits made their tdrj-
done, by to c- i llawk-
It was during the Hoover ad- I' Early: in Apri, Gomez held UP 'to his laboratory. Eight era. -( efliKtei ol h.eiti at.Kitty
[ 252 ]I a young woman on the streets of I months later he had Underscores Title j\ com anip1elt: o" martial music. ,,1903! and the :aIrplane( still was k
ministration. Hurley secre-) a palatable] Presentation I f
was I of the'
: 'Tampa struck her in the face and test tube I of'a loving uj ..note 1\ ih- Oklahoma when in
I of flour. lie then sought) He was definitely the head West."
tary of ;war with ambitions that I- VESSEL HAD BEEN UNDER to "Little Miss Key: I worked cotton Of
took from her a sum of money: to solve the proposition of commercial beer syndicate: ; he emphasizes'that. tie: beautiful -toll i 1916, he a patch
included something in the neighborhood VESSEL LEFT:: LATER IN EVE-'' for the payroll she was carrying I Giving away: his own all summer to get the
production which He is less talkative abouthis
CHARTER BY DOUGLAS necessitated -: which is the gift of the Key West
of the White House. Pat from a bank to the place of 1 his entire illicit government'charges '' money for a course at an auto me-
revising profits. The I'
NING ENROUTE TO bUSi.1 pro1cedure. Hospitality B.nd :In appreciation [
in Kansas City
where she employed. chanics school
ness was FAIRBANKS ACTOR the' :
and Will both came from Okla Nearly: a year passed be-: he made millions in of the support given by the people .,

homa. In their younger days TAMPA mez got robber$700. succeeded in eluding fore that barrier was surmounted.'!racket. The government however -! of Key West to assist the! bandin Tried To Join Army

The The chemist turned machinist! was not successful in prov-' securing funds: to purchase new Returning home he attempted
they:Oklahoma"rode the plains.range"Then togetheron and the officers in Tampa and the on I, The American Yacht Caroline, evolving designs for machinery: ing that he did, and consequently: ;! music unsuccessfully to join the army:

Steamship Cu' a, of the P. and June secured passage on formerly: the Ripple arrived this new and radical to the industry.: lost its income tax evasion case then just becoming interested seriously -
until there
death Ha
Rogers' j
was Cuba bound for '
al O.' S. S. arrived yesterday Steamship morning from foreign ports with Experts scoffed at the idea but against him in Malone N. Y., recently in airplanes as a military
very close friendship. afternoon frcm Havana with vana. A telegram from Sheriff 1 Charles Lewis, secretary to Douglas McMath\ had the equipment built : I TULLIS IN JAILAWAITING weapon.

After Hoover's defeat and If or- 187 first class raseengers and 27 Spencer in Tampa to Sheriff|I Il'ttillt Fairbanks the famous moving and installed. Recently the machinery Again departing from gangland, i,' He worked in the oil fields asi
ley had sunk into political West asked!
: Key
livion Will! started Ob-I, second class: f..r Key Weftt; .. 3.6!i !'Thompson! : be the! picture actor on board. : roared into action and tradition. Schultz is as''reserved I TRIAL I la i mechanic for a time and then,
chiding the local officers on '
first class! and twc second class foi; Douglas Fairbanks who had the cottonseed flour became a reality.: ,! and unobstrusive in,dress as lie is when the war broke out served in
for his dejected attitude. In Pat's lookout ,
Tampa Of' the 252 passengers j 1 for Gomez."June" vessel under charter for a cruise The product, light tan in color| in his speech and a'ctions. He I'the Student A'rmy: Training Corps

sumptuous suite of offices in there were 99 eliens. 1 1I j 11,> Sheriff: Thompson author-1 was, in the South Sea Islands and other and smooth in texture has been wears solid-colored. servatiye- ', at the University: of Oklahoma.

Washington Will would come I The vessel sailed 6:30 o'clockfor i|I: advised that the Tampa '' eastern places, and his guest Lady: I approved by: the American Medical ly-cut suits white 'shirts. and mod-' HELD UNDER CHARGES OF The war ended he returned
every time he was in town to ities"s\ispected.that Gomez was on'the' "I
Tampa with 41 passengers and, ;* Sylvia Ashley: left the ship on association's committee on I est neckties. I ,EMBEZZLEMENT AND |I definitely: toward the industry
cheer him up."Dadgumit." .freight. ft 'I 1 j I Steamship Cuba *n route to i iI the west coast, and proceeded toj I:foods.: MTcMath\ says practical I! His speech is a strange: mixture. which was to bring him to I bus
said Pat recently, Havana. When the ship arrived !
: Lighthouse TenderPoppy: arrived 1 California. I feeding- tests have shown that it of underworld argot'and' erudi- GRAND LARCENY greatest glory-and death.
"he succeeded. No but Will officers
i morning June 12
one '
could have done it. And one of in port yesterday from Tor- were'at the dock and Gomez I The Caroline with the actor and' is rich in proteins phosphorous i tion. Newspaper reporters laughed He paid a barnstorming pilot
togas, where activities in eonnec- his guest left Miami in March of and vitamins "B" and "C." : at him. during his first trial at $25 to give him "the works" a
the last things he said to in,
office the last time he me I tion with aids to navigation have I wa arrested.of the week1, |' this year and one of the last officials In the making of bread, cake],'Syracuse N. Y., last April when Sidney: Tullrs, who was arrestedin few weeks later joined a barnstorming
my was
t been completed. Saturday to board the vessel was I and pastry: the flour is blended he told them he was a lover of Collier county on two chargesof troupe as wing walker
here 1\&S--'Pat. you blankety-: I! The work of painting the newly Deputy: Sheriff Spencer: brother!: Reginald Hart of the state plant' with wheat flour. The baked foods;'good books. Then he proceeded offenses committed in Monroe and parachute jumper-$25. a

blank. :you're getting** too damn 'erected lighthouse at Pulaski I of the sheriff, arrived for the;; board. Mr. Hart with acting II have a dark brown appearance': to confound,them with intelligent county: \is in jail at Key: West jump-and with two hours' in-

arrogant again.: I Shoals has not been finished, it prisoner and the following Thursday -; Port Physician H. C. Galey: and' and a nut-like taste.AUTOMOBILES. i literary observations.He .. awaiting trial on a charge of grand I struction made his first solo flight

: was learned, because of the : \ sailed with him for Tampa. customs officers boarded the shipon ) is a great reader and a student larceny and one of embezzlement.He in. an old, war-time "Jenny."

LOCAL YOUTHS I.. winds and high seas heavr\1 I her arrival at Key: West thin' 11 I of psychology.: Talks a lot was given a hearing at Earn Money For Plane

i that section which made it ANNOUNCE DEATHOF morning. I IN about complexes."I've Tavernier after being turned overt Afttr a few months of barnstorming -

I I gerous for the crew of the tenderto I got an inferiority com-'I to authorities by Sheriff L. J. he returned to the oilfields
ENJOY OUTING reach the structure. COLLISION TODAYONE plex. he insists. Thorpe of Collier county and
RED CROSS 1 |{I to earn money to buy his
W. SAUNDERS UNIT An example of how he jumps Peace Justice E. R. Lowe placed own plane. While driving a link

from slang to science: j I I his bond at $250 on the embezzlement -
GIVES REPORTON in a heavy chain a piece of steel
GROUP MAKE TRIP OVER TO HOLD MEETING OF CARS SLIGHTLY DAMAGED "So then one of the boys charge and $100 on the.I penetrated his right eye.. A surgeon .

FORMER KEY WELTER PASS I: : with the biscuit and gives him grand larceny: charge. : at Oklahoma City removed
HIGHWAY GOING AS FAR HOSPITALThe I IN CRASH AT DU- I heist." he said, sitting in his Ma1 \ I Another prisoner awaiting trial the ee.With.
AWAY IN MIAMI SAT. 1 hone member of the I
ED 1
celL lie is Tony Glaser
VAL jail was delCribingl : $240 of the $1,800 he received -
There will be a meeting of the 1 I {I the oil tanker L. J.
e. ; how an obstinate fellow was being crew of compensation for the
URDAY NIGHT executive board of the Red Cross as
arrested Sunday
matron of the Mercedes Chapter held tomorrow morning Two !I brought into line. |'I Drake. He was injury and undeterred by his
automobiles, one driven by: on charge of assault and
night a
Lancelot Lester. Jr.. Wil- Hospital charitable institution of I beginning at 10 o'clock at the I Earl Adams and tie other by: Hen- ,> Dislike. Beer I battery.: Yesterday when given handicap, he bought an old Canadian

liam R. Warren' Jr., L. P. Art- this city, reports that there are Telegrams announcing the death I headquarters of the organization ry Sands. collided at the corner of t His next sentence was an ex-;I preliminary hearing before Peace plane called a "Canuckcrate"

rnan. Jr.. Delio Cobo Will Phe- seven patients being taken care I of William Saunders, formerly of in the Public Library; building on Dual and Greene streets this;> planation of how slow the recalcitrant -;I Justice Rogelio Gomez, he was and flew it 700 hours on

lan and Jack Hayes returned this I of there now. I II' Key: West in Miami Saturday: II I Duval street, according to an an-II' morning at 10 o'clock's in which ,; one was in his reactions!I bound over for trial at the next f barnstorming trips before he sold

morning over the highway: from a,I'I' The patients are Herbert Davis' night were received yesterday by nouncement made today. I Adams' ear was slit' htly damaged.The I his inability: ,to respond properly: term of criminal court ender bond I it and signed with F. C. lIatJ.-
rneeessful. fishing outing at No Pedro Paramo Charlie Culmer' members of the family. Funeral A request is made for. a large rear fender end hub cap was t> to certain stimuli. Ii I' backer of his two world flight* -

Name Key.: f William Pitcher, Mary Lowe.'* services were to'be held o'clock! attendance as matters of much im- dented with a few other scratches. i Schultz hates the brew that!4 tof $25. : and Powell Briscoe Oklahoma oilmen

The :young men left Sunday: for I' Louisa Hackey and Gus Holden I this afternoon.Mr. I I portance will come before the At'ams vas driving in a westerly brought him wealth and notoriety. as their personal pilot.
the jaunt and while away: made colored.i Saunders moved to Miami I meeting. : direction oing into Duval His favorite drink is scotch-and- ADVISORY It was while on a flight in the

their headquarters at the camp of I, aobut 20 years ago and since then ,;street and had come to a stand-I soda. old "Canuck crate" with May

Mrs.Eva B. Warner, at No Name. has made that city: his home. still at the stop sign us Sands came Government authorities. New! ADVISORY 10:00 a. m. The Lame, his cousin and childhood

While many: edible fish were FOR SALE Survivors are three sons,I Truck Arrives Tonight s i dawn DuvnJ asd swung into i York police and his associates tropical disturbance Is apparently playmate as a passenger that he

caught the greatest excitement 20-Foot Cabin Motor Boat George. Edwin and Harry one With Urge variety of FRESH i Greene. according to those witnessing eredit Schultz with intelligence central about latitude 25* north was forced down at Graham Okla.

was experienced in the hookingand Fully Equipped I daughter Mrs. Sylvia Marsh and FRUITS and VEGETABLES ,, the accident. alertness and business acumen.I and longitude 6730 west, movIng They had been talking of marriage
landing of two sharks. Eachof Will Sacrifice for a daughter-in-law. :Mrs. Julia There was no one injured, and I' They agree that if he had chosen northwestward or north-north- for some! time decided that

the fish fought gamely.: When I]I $75.00 CASH Saunders, who resides in this city.: Lowe's Cash Grocery within a few minutes both cars to direct his talents into legitimate -I westward apparently Increasing In day was as good as any other

landed they were shown to meas-I l Apply 1103 PelronU Street I There are also 10 grandchildrenand il 1117 Division SL Phone 675 I were off and ;gone again: with no fields he might have end- intensity. Caution advised vessels looked np a justice of the peace

ure about four fee each. other relati-es. material damage resulting. I I ed up behind an executive's desk.',i I I in path. .. and were married





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TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1935..1\1ibe i iT'Pabilahed \
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SHOULD WE WEAKEN. THE ........................, ........................

= Iup gffiestt >m CONSTITUTION? The Whispering Campaign Falls Flat! I Today's : Today's Birthdays

rlTlZE hand* -imiSIIIS Eicept \suoday CO.iCe ByTHK : f Anniversaries I C....a.a..........a......
L. P. AHTMA.N. Prnldt.tJOB ..... Suggestions to change the Constitu- .- I,I Edgar A. Guest of Detroit poet,
ALLKn.from: Mmnimtmmt The Citizen Bul Building*u I ; ,....................... I radio star, born in England, 54
Corner Ore*** and Ann street : tion, in order to give the Federal Govern- : ; ., t f D nD rV M I 1745-Francis Asbury, English years apoJohn .

Only Dally Newepa County ey Wed and :Monroe ment powers the Supreme Court has decided Methodist preacher who came :

it does not now possess, should be ; here at 26, whose circuit-riding I!I S. McGroarty. represent
Florida necond class matter
Fntered at Keyt t.
frll-T).-SIXTH IK AII critically weighed by the American pea! r NO totaled: a quarter-million mile!,:: ing the llth California district in
'0 s' of his Church here and I <.' e. ).
Mn hr .* tae Au.el tF4-Pn-toa pIe. ; P551 1 t ? pioneer !i Congress' poet-laureate o a
The Associated Press la elusively. entitled to use t e 1!! first Methoci bishop in AmenI i, born in Luzerne Co., Pa.. 71 rears
for; republication of all news dispatches credited to Whether we realize it or not, it is the i i I ca, born ;in E'-tfland Died in Virginia ; afro,:
It or not otherwiee'credited in this paper and also
the local news published here Constitution which protects the ownership : March! 31. 1816. I I _

"NAIIONALASSOCIATION rlIC I\.l and the sanctity of the home. It is the :t THE PREsu. tt''C ) i\\\\?s .s' ak hE3s RCOORT 1785-(150( -years ago) Oliver j I I i Herbert:. Gaston, assistant to

Constitution which safeguards the independence i SICK,_ y i GEryERAL Hazard Perry, famed Ame ica:\j. the Secretary of the Treasury/! /
JI ED ,. (I liason officer )
<=:/I'V 19.3.5_ and rights of the worker. It I THE IUTIOM'S SICK t R i..4 HEALTHY naval commander of the War of ;' OrrK54!'
years ago
nBCRJPTJO HATE 1 4 1812 born at South Kingston, R. ;i V.
,., .. ..:. .... 110.00Six is the Constitution which maintains the EYERYTHlrGS IMPROVE I. Died Autr!' 23, 1819.1785Valentine .
Tear -
One --' I
Months _. __', .--,:_::::-- :: :: :::::::. =_ 5.00: sanctity of contract. And, finally, it is the I i i S ut. wM i: Chief Justice Arthur P. Rugg
'Three Month JtO I : ( a R174iy74i / Molt, New !' of Mass., born at Sterling :Mass.
One Weetly Month. -_:.---_=::-_-:::.=.:_,::__._-=-=---:__:-=-=== :;; Constitution which guarantees supports ( fAg York City surgeon, professor and j I 73 years ago.
ADVERTISING RATES' the rights, the liberties and the medical school founier born in i 1 I -

-Made-known- _OD!JrJCUL application.T1CE 1 privileges for which the forefathers of the o New York. Die! there, April 26. :I i Herford T. Cowling of Va. and

All reading notices, card. of thanks, resolutions' of nation fought when they changed America ry !pAs 1865. I I I Chicago worM movie explorerdirector -
respect obituary notices, etc, will be charged for at I : born 46
the rate of 10 cents a line. from a foreign-dominated colony to a ; : 1787-John M. Niles, Connl'rtii i i in Virginia rears

a Notices revenue for Is to cntertalnir be derived, are by 5.churches cents a from line. -which free nation dedicated to the proposition II : r + $RaDGTRlEtS A 'cut editor, senator and postmaster- ;: ago. -
The Citict-n is an open forum and Invites, discusr 'CNEERf t1L I general', born at Windsor Conn. t
i of public l!*nes and subjects of local or general that all meal are created equal. I s.lf REPORZS Hied at Hartford May 31, 185Ci Dr. Florence L. Meredith ot
InUrcot but It will not publish anonymous communications. .. Boston, noted born
Those who would change the Con- \ .+.\ .A i i I hypienist
: 1833-Benjiiuin Harrison, Ini there, 52
stitution would do so on the suppositionthat II t t4f I'lanapolia lawyer Union com-i years ago.

1 THE KEY WEST CITIZEN it is out of date-that it is no longer i mander. India; senate. 23rd I Julia Sanderson, a'trt'l" born

capable of meeting the problems, the con- : President! born a.: North Bend. ,at Springfield Mass. 48 year* ago.i .
Ohio. Died in It tana::{\tis, March
ditions, the issues of the times. If that is rr +, 13. 1901. i __ _
WILL always seek the truth and print it _
true, human liberty is out of date. In- : I i I France's wartime PI't'\dt'nl.: horn
without fear and without favor; never be dividual freedom is out of date. Demo- I air. 'y\ r ydy ( 1843-Christine Nil:>son, Swed-1) Died Oct. 15, 1931.BENJAMIN.
afraid ti attack wr.oneot": to applaud right; ? I t=h singer; :.o!"n. Died Nov 22,I
cratic government-which has as its guiding 1921.
always fight for progress; never be the or- LOPEZ
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principle that the people are the mas-
gan or,the mouthpiece of any person clique, 1860-Henry T. Ramey Illinois FUNERAL HOME
ters not the 'servants. of governmentisout
faction or class; always do its utmost for the congreirrna and Speaker Serving Key West
of date. Private initiative and individual n 1t.W"f.r.Hoa"e. K'rn at Carrollton i HalE Century
tolerate -
public welfare; never corruption or .rrI.REf
ambition are out of date. Ill. Died in St. louis, \\,g Ft 19. 24 Hour Ambulance Service
injustice; denounce rice and praise virtue; 1934.
Every time we tamper with( the Constitution I I Licensed Embalmer
commend good done by individual or .organization Phone 135 Night 696-\\
we weaken it. Under the exist- 1860 Raymoi. Poincare
; tolerant of others' rights, views and .
ing Constitution, adelicate .Balance of --
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opinions; print only news that will elevate
power is maintained:\ between the central ,
and not contaminate the reader; never cons* \ ,
and the 48 state governments.The .
government i
promise with principle.SIDELIGHTS.
Federal Government is enabled to do ;; We will be pleased to have you consult us about

I that which individual states could not ef- *3t$5
MUY (WewOr/eansTirtes 7IJ. me how you can
ficiently do-while the states are left free I

to make laws, rulings, regulations and -.-- .,

policies that are in accord with the beliefs r

and needs of their people.If KEY WEST IN Build, Buy, or
we broaden the powers of the Federal -

Former Editor of The Key West Citizen: I Government we shall simply be giving DAYS GONE BY i ::1 Refinance Your Home

bureaucracy a greater free and uncheckedfield Happenings Here Just 10 Years 11 Temperature can districts and in the central and

An unusual example of thrift is reported -II for action-at the expense of the Ago Today As Taken From Highest ..............._. ....... ... -.8.i northern Plains States, upper Mi*-

from. Chicago, where a man was states, of industry, of workers, of every The Files Of The Citizen j! Lowest : -: = 71 I,t
found to be getting government relief under citizen. The first link of the Over Sea! Mean ......._......_......_ .... .:: S- lesion. being heavy at Tampa,' building on insured credit '

two while Normal Mean .., .....,__.. _._R3: Fla.. 1.08 inches; Columbia S. C..
names drawing a pensionand Highway will be opened on Labor I
7. Traffic will *lamfallYesterday's 1.98 inc'ies! ; lIatt-ras, N. C., 1.26
Day September
earning $100 a month at his regular RHODE ISLAND'S UPSET inches: : and Duluth. Minn., 1.56
on that date pass over the bridge j Precinitatior JiG Ins!
job. from Stock Island over Geiger's' Normal Precipitation oa .... .13 Ins.}' inches. Temperatures have fallen The First National Bank of Key West

Ever since the election of a Republican Key bridge This was decided at' -Tltl. rererd rearm :..-..... peeled .16 to 18 degrees in South Dakota,,
_.. .
ending 1 h >.1 Ibis .r.l ll; f but elsewhere changes have been
to Congress in the First District of a Meeting of the county commis.aioners Tomorrow Almanac j-TnCrally unimportant and maxi- Approved Mortgage Under the
last night when it was also
psychological problem is presentedby .1
I Rhode Island early in August, that occurrence decided to' send a telegram to Sun,ti>es. ....__ __..._.___.. 6:03 a. raj. f Huni readings: of 100 degrees occurred C
the case of F. W. Wallace of Birmingham ,_.._._ ....... yesterday in Kansas and
has been the subject of no end of Governor John \V. Martin president Sun sets hh. 6:57 p. m.,
Ala., who refused to have doctor port:ons of northern Texas.G FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION1UILDERS'
I comment by politicians and newspapers. of the Over Sea Highway Moon rise ,_ .,_"h" s. KENNEDY, '
when he was sick because of Association, asking him to be '
religious it sign'of Moon\ sets 1 32 p. m Officer in Charge.; .
Republicans see as a sure victory
scruples. But his religion did not keep present at the formal opening of: Tomorrow' Tides ,
for them next year, while Democrats mini-! the first linkDevelopment -- --- -
him from committing suicide by shooting A,M. P_tf I. I ,
mize its importance and declare it has no High ,___ __....._ 2:27 'I.:54 eissB'iiioo
himself in the head with a pistol. national significance. plans for dredg-t Low ..._...m., ....h.. i>26 8:27LJarometer I .................................,., ...,.,............ .............
I have been announced
Whatever one'h conclusions may be ing 8 a. m. todayi I .
Miami Land Corporation which recently '
The Republican party has no lack of the matter the facts of the Sea level, 29.91.WEATiIEk I '
respecting are inter-1 purchased one largest -:
presidential timber, according to the result esting. In 1934 the district was of the :Newfound Harbor Keys.
of a straw vote participated in by In- Francis B. Condon, a Democrat, by some I The The purchase area in land price owned was $110.006 by the! ; B SUPPLIES !

diana editors and county chairmen. The 21,000 votes. Condon recently resignedhis I I purchaser: is about 97 acres The (Till 8 p. m., Wedne". lay) I ,

280 ballots polled were divided among no seat to accept a judgeship, leaving a I plans for development will mean'an Key West and Vicinity Partly I \

less than 37 different persons. Colonel which special election expenditure of not less than' cloudy tonight and \\ednesJij; .
vacancy, a was I "I .
Frank Knox of Chicago is said to have received $250,000 it was said today. : gtntle to moderate: easterly winds. ] .
called fill.Charles ,
to i I : .
\ "Icrdl' ; : : Partly cloudy, possibly Long LeafYellow
the largest number of votes, with
F. Risk, the Republican can- Frank Parker Stockbndge, one
of the known writers -novicrs in north portion, torijj.iand ; ; :
Senators Vandenburg and Dickinson run- most widely Sherwin
didate who attacked poli-
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and editors the United States, Wednesday.
' 'ning second and third, respectively.Mart cies in general and the AAA processingtax is expected to in arrive in Key Weston I Jacksonville: to Florida Strait,; :, i Pine and 9 Williams zo

in particular, was elected by a ma- September 3 and will be the Gently to moderate winds, mostly :

Oberly, county highway inspector jority of about 13 QCJrJ, votes. gueSt of Dr. J. Y. Porter, presi-I ta&tery! ; weather p-irtly overcast Cypress
dent of the chamber of conunercet' Paint
of Kansas Mo. -th tonight and Wednesday, widelyscaltorid aad'! 0
City, was ,short one This meant a "change of approximate and other representative citizens.-- as low at

200-foot steel bridge when he looked over ly 34,000 votes from Dem.. crati .to Republican Mr. Stockbridge will be remembered showers Wednesday

one of the highways under his jurisdictionone )in the nine months Since the election i as the man who at the suggestion Hait: Gulf Gentle vanbale wine!, \ ; $22.00 BrashesDisston !j
except moderate east!!!rjy veer extreuif -
0: Walter limes Page,
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day recently. An investigation disclosed pof November last. I .
waged a (campaign of"1)ubiritt{) in f south portion; weather I!
that three men had dismantled the Another interesting fact is that Risk I 1911 which resulted in the election patti). overcast tonight and Wednesday i .

bridge and hauled it thatis ** I of "oodrowWmo Lo'l'rt-m-! f. with scattered; shower' :
away. Anyway, has been'lheIaw' partner of Condon, t

the story as carried in a United Press whose place he will take in the national dent. AM: ednesday HAMMERS i il

dispatch. House of Representatives. What is considered the best I WEATHER CONDITIONSThe f O
I business site of the many valu- 35c'
I @ i ir
able corner locations in Key West,! tropical disturbance was l
Events moved swiftly at a meeting of i NO COMPETITION WITH US which is situated at the corner of central this morning about latitude f : Saws

the Holloway, 0., council one day recently, -- .I Duval and Greene streets was i 25! north and longitude 67-3U west i r : up a ? "

with the result that the town had three The average American does not sold today for $100,000. The deal] moving northwestward or north- :: :
closed at 10 o'clock. The sale northwestward and apparently increasing -:,:'
mayors within a period, of 15 minutes.; realize the extent to which the British was I'M5 .
I ; in intensity. This locationis
of the sile was made through the .
Major F. C. McGrath resigned and was have absolutely ruled out of considerationthe I realty /irtu of Givens; and Givens i iI' about 900 miles almost dce east i i

automatically succeeded by Council Presi- possibility of any war with the United in association with Bolivar Recio, of Key \\est. .

dent William Kennedy, who did not wantto States. In a recent discussion of British .I'other This sale valuable, it is sites said in, means this section that;'!! continued Showers and throughout thunderstorms southeast-have I' Just Received a Carload of Carey'sSimplex '

be mayor either, so he in turn resigned. naval power the British naval expert Hec:' will be :cold at an early date. I

Harry Van Fo en was then selected as tor C. Bywater expressed the British sentiment .I I II Sweeting, daughter of Mrs. May Roofing $1.40 roll and

mayor for the urexpired term. as follows: Contracts for more than one Sweeting of 614 Fleming street.. .f : per up .. d dBe fIh
million dollars have been let recently : .
"As regards British naval policy, I for work development owl, J. A. Jenks who is now endeavoring -.'

The Leader of Roanoke, Ala., makes' drastic changes are plainly indicated.Whatever Key Largo, was the statement1 to organize a new scout all! = sure to look over our complete line of Masenite Prestwood. It is Css
last week a' made this morning to The Citizen -' troop in Key requests
this observation: "One day have been the case in the
may i! by MI"!!. Catherine Ritter. of'!'! boys -of eligible age who are interested s i 0
ideal for floors walls and
store published an 8-page advertisementin past, there .is in the future to be ,absolutelyno ; Tavernier, who is a visitor in the1 in the movement to be at ceiling .

one of the Birmingham daily papers, competition with the United States. It I city.Editorial <,the P. O. of A. hall this ev ming
and it is thought that the ad was run for. has been tacitly decided by all parties in _' i at 7-30 o'clock where the matter 1 i
Comment A little will be discussed.In .
the purpose of increasing the store's business this, country that the strength of the United I :
over 100 years ago the entire island -.1 1
rather than that of the newspaper." States Navy is a matter .of purely sym- of Key West sold for $2- the second of the main bouts

-- pathetic interest to us. 1000. Today owners of property I at the Athletic Club last nirbt.1
"are getting that much front Battling Done, of the South Florida & Co.
a Contracting
An unusual relief case is reportedfrom "A powerful United States fleet in the j Engineering
foot. There is no telling what; States marine corps was given
New York, where Albert Nahom, Pacific is appreciated a bulwark of I the price will be tomorrow. I the decision over Reno RusselL

whose family of six was receiving $60.50a peace, while no Briton outside' a mental 1 -- I Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets .
t4 Sister Mary of the Epiphany arrived ; A tract of land consisting of 10
month, sued the city for increased )home clinic would be in the least perturbed were Washington and Von
Wednesday by Mallory; lots on
relief. that his the United States to build a strong naval "Your home U worthy of the best"i
Nahom alleged hands were up II steamer from New York in ('om-I'! Pfister streets baa been sold to I :

frozen and permanently crippled last win- force in the Atlantic. Our sole concern .pany with three other" !; Captain Clark D. Stearns U. S.

ter while he was shoveling snow for the with United States naval expansion lies in I the the Holy Epiphany Name.was Sister before Mary entering of-]I N.owned The by property Johnson was and formerly Dongo.! ............................... .....................................:

city. .. I its possible effects on other nations." J' 'I..4T "
religious life, Miss Anna The purchase price was $50,000. _

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arvoPalar lMnt noon ma. wnen .
sue arrived at
.".,.' hat 4ncovrtd that aka ...., SPORTS
[marry *.r former vmployer. Nark lodging, she was told her sister was lily Aurtotr PrrM)
Al:.rrf, f. .nr. Ski career efr* at the theatre for a rehearsal. BE PLAYED NEXT TUESDAY
..JU.. wan .kovtv.. 80 tar a. II (By GRAVY) AMARILLO, Tex, Aug. 20.-
'l,. "Mbl'e *Tio.r.. .k. fad Rr* ar* So that was true at any rate. It I. NIGHT BETWEEN* Gene Howe Amarillo
... editor and
.rrlN. Albrrf ..... they or was a slight relief. Laurie could pot
..okeirrrer. sad tfclnrtl k. .-UI The usual personal glimpse. dissertation columnist, has
>. able f. arrnrnfff"IHvorct"' toon, bring herself to question the land LOPEZ AND BEESA I started a snoring
rod vlll ...i.l 1101 Lfw(. marry lady about when Glad had come a will appear in this column contest.
kip i< (*. earliest potable Ii"'...
home last night. She walked to the -- benefit diamondball game between I I tomorrow so watch for it on account Writing his daily column as

theatre IeeseCeeee.eeeeeeseee.eee 1 I Key West's two crack outfits -I of its a''out a guy you all "The Tactless Texan,"
Chapter 36 The stage was set for rehearsal Howe announced -
; I will be '
GIANTS DEFEAT JTHOMPSON'SBOAT staged next Tuesday know.
GLADYS AGAIN .. when she reached the theatre and FOLLOWING he would award $100 in
night at Bay view Park where the i

LAURIE_ ory shivered Alberjr with used sad the memo same; Laurie the met auditorium her.groped and recognized her was way In darkness the her.manager telling As J CINCINNATI REDS THROUGH ,1 f WILL TAKE PART : Lopez Bee teams Funeral will Home cross bats and Busy t it Thursday afternoon being another :(I cash ers of prizes the Texas to the Panhandle champion snor-

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day when lots
I there will be
phrase as Rex Moore had done. She her that her Everything possible is being; Women will be barred "as the
sister was about to rehearse -
felt like something of no Importance a solo dance. IN 10 INNINGS I I IN TEXAS RACES done to attract a large crowd it ;iof golf fur flying on account of best of them are mere amateurs

toned from one hand to another. They had engaged a special { (By JOVE) I II. ,, M stated. In addition! to arranging .;.,; stakes being steaks the following compared to the men."

Pool-pro story to get rid of her.foolproof ; dancer but she had fallen 111. and ...................... I II } : for .a game between the two.! T airings arc announced. The Howe Hat-ted
story to get her. She bad II I I. I leading diamondball; aggregationsof : the content because
expressed satisfaction '
manager .
.sold herself Into bondage and she with the girl's performance NEW YORK YANKEES FiNALLy )I Lee Pierce, better known to the BARBARA OWNED BY ,,1'OR.1 i the city plans have been made locks Roughs while will De the led Fairways by CapC will Cn-ly- "the weather is hot and people

vas terrified. and installed Laurie in a seat to STOP LEAPING DETROIT 1 baseball fans of 20 years ago as j!l t MER KEY WEST R. WILL for the Key West Hospitality) Bandto '|i told what to do '*y none other than'be ', are sort of droopy and I've
"And. of the i iI furnish" music during the! fracas
coarse at present yon watch. j "Lee Cojo was called out for j Colonel Bob. The first' named 'got to do something to keep
most stay on at the office for the Laurie was frankly enchanted. TI(!!RS; INDIANS ROUT53NATORS I last time in his career last Saturday I'" ENTER INTERNATIONAL and an attractive prize !bad been I' are up
members of Joe Lopez team and interest in this department
sake of appearances. W. can keepIn Gladys was wonderful. She was i iI offered to the winning team. of the
at his residence on Eaton :I EVENTS AT DALLAS the latter are S,H-ttswoodV: l'l'I "
fspatat /If ;
touch that way. Moore will get off ethereal distant alluring and lust I Flood l ligh.'ringfor the game s paper.
on his flight as soon as possible.And touched with a haunting madness In street. All the old-time fans can : being contributed by the recrea- I, Strunk-Melvln: ; Russell vs.
then we can plan our little summer the final bars I remember Lee as a member of the ; tion department of thKey West Kemp-Ketchum. e.eeecp..eee.esaa.

holiday, yon and L" The manager came back to I. Tke CII....) Regain Walkovers and other clubs I I r Henry S. Thompson, formerly : Administration. Vihle B. E. Brant. j' Goldsmith-Stowers! vs. SpotU-I

His smile' so' outwardly charming;, Laurie's side after directing a few NEW YORK Aug. .-The i I of the earlier days. He played i, of Key West but now a citizen of I ley manager of Ibo Busy Bee BalI I: wood-Sawyer. Today's Horoscope
lighting alterations ia the dance. New York Giants nosed out the I of the r' Watkius-Kerr vs. Sam Harris-
and team
his Impassive face Into | ry sponsor
: I Miami has been designated by the|I II ':
Tlrlle_ life, made her tremble.Tben "This is only:the second rehearsal. I Cincinnati: Reds in a ten-inning!I from 1906 until 1920 and was con-! | that name, announced this morning P. Artman. I I Executive'

that's all fixed up, dear little .I Mrs. Moore," be said proudly. "Do game by the score of 4 to 3. The I I jiilered one of the 'fastest runners I Royal Palm Yacht Club to sail his i that he wojid: present a cakei Grooms-Taylor vs. Ike I structive without being con

girl!" he said. "And now 1 must i you know; I think your little sister Giants took advantage of the;i in his day. Many afternoons he snipe class boat: Barbara, in the i j!i I to the winning tt'am-ani I dor.'itare Ayala. RWIE'U.I i and;able capable and in emergencies
ready at all
get off. I've got a business banquet I has a touch of genius What Gladys idleness of the Card and increased j I would race in the old Gato Park.I" international snipe class championship who win! That cake will be : Curry Harris-Bcrvaldi times, the fortunes of ,this

tonight, worse luck!" really needs Is a year or two of hard their lead to three full games. races at Dallas Texas. !something to rpnv.mber. Itil.. i! Kirchheiner. I person
He Study and practice both at home and who Fans of those days will remember .. : Plummer-Julian VII Sands-Salas.1 I ought to be fairly good. If rare
took her in his arms. She went Paced by George Selkirk I be larae, !: enough for th.en
on the Continent She would makea that on January 22, 1912 then The Barbara has been recognized Lopez-N. Artman vs. Price- ., is taken to train the mind to work
Icy cold under his passionate kisses. was instrumental in all of their I crew rnd member of their fam1-:
A tragic big name' York Yankees the first railroad train came into as high boat in the Miami fleet. : Mesa in proper directions success in
figure a shrinking; victim runs the New I lies of-ihe 'vinn'ns: team
"She shall If she wants to, when 1 I this city he raced with Papy The Bi..baraVas the moderate degree should be attain-
of the man she second in >
loathed but to whom mapped their losing! streak at No pves will i e honored at t' e
a she bad given the right of possession am married to Mark Albery. said three games as they turned back : Frank Roberts Tomas, Voght and championship race at Larchmont benefit same watch las: been. The usual!' dinner will be held on ed. Seek always to avoid quarrelsand
because she Laurie to herself with quiet bitter- I other faj-t runners in a big field Friday evening ve inning do not allow :-oar elf to be always
could not Help lh*..Detroit Timers 7 to 5, in the Long Island last and has I planned for C>r.l Griffin whose i ii i promptly
herself. ness. meet that was held that day as ; year at 7:15 o'clock. Then too all in opposition.RUSSELL'S.
third game of the series. wife di-Jd curly Monday morning j:
of the celebration. He count- won first place in a number of i
| Hal-Trosky's homo run with the) part matches are asked to be on the tee ,
Laurie had been "limy. Laurie old girl! cried i ed his admirers by the thousandsand other ]'> in
spending Sunday 'Y I/bases|' loaded" in the eighth inning;I regattas. promptly at or before 2 p. m.
with her newly-married girt\ friend Gladys on seeing her sister. I I[ helped the Clevelanl Indians. to de-i the old timers who played Should the Thompson boat win DIAMONDBALL TILT order that some' of the guys won't

from the office out 10 the suburb She sounded rather extravagantly feat Washington Senators 111 with him and knew him intimatelyclaim the event in Dallas it will mean have to play by lamplight. I
where she lived almost on the fringeof pleased. What on earth are you doing t'. that he was a clean sport on that the 1936 international championship -

the country. here Come? to see me rehearse j lto Jimmy 5. Foxx's twenty-third home !': and off the field. races will be run in Mi-,' TOMORROW'NIGHT ........................ {
What's the
specially office ,
doing '
The tube
train took her
back to ami waters.
without you?" run of thfTfeeason with a man on' Today In History
Piccadilly Circus and the started Pete Nebo fought a great fightin In the races held by the Kappa j
the Philadelphia Athleticsto I I : MEET
want to talk helped BAKZRY TO
to Glad. Come BERMUDA
yon. I '
out to walk back to Westminster ....... '
by I II Havana, Cuba, Saturday night Pi Y Club in Key West waters,
and have lunch In some place In the an 8 to 4 victory over Chicagoin IN FIRST CAME
the ,
pleasant route of St. James'sPark. with the lightweight champion of 4 the Barbara sailed Mr.
town i the second game of a double- by I 179.-Battle of Fallen Timbers CIGAR STORE
It was such a lovely mellow : SCHEDULE | ;
the ,the Island Republic. He ought j Thompson's daughter, after whom OF NEW
Bight. "Thanks muchly! I can do with header: The, White Sox took : jI -Gen. Anthony Wayne defeatedthe

There was nothing to back for. something tastier than Ma gives us opener, 7 to 2. behind John White- ten furious rounds and in the !seventh the boat is named, won easily over I Indians ending some 40 years'!

Gladys was not at home.go The troupe at the digs." the girl said still witha j, head's effective pitching. : he cut the Cuban champion's a large group of entries. I (By JOVE) !! warfare' with the Indians of the]I -o--

had gone to the outlying Surrey touch of ostentatious gn.fetyBut : Although they were held to five rye FO badly that the Cuban boy The new schedule for the Senior Northwest 1

towns tor three far for what's up really she went on as I hits and blanked for the first sev- had trouble seeing out of it the TODAY'S GAMES Diamondball League will get under Daily Baseball Returns

her to come: home every night. they walked away from the theatre. en innings, the Chicago Cubs came rest of the fight. The judges an 1 I way tomorrow night; at Bay- 1847-Americans fought Mexicans

Mark Albery was In Parts over "Glad. I saw you last night In a through with a 2 to 1 decision!' over the referee voted for the boy AMERICAN LEAGUE view Park when the Lopez Funeral I! near Mexico City, Mexico I, By Wire

the week end. much to Laurie's re taxi-with that young Dallas. said the Phillies to go into a virtual tic from Havana and the local boxer I Philadelphia at Chicago.: I Home ten meets the Bermuda i

lief. He had wanted her to go with Laurie abruptly awkwardly speaking for second place with tike idle lost the battle. That is expected Boston at St. Louis. Eakery ou'fit.Friday I 1912-Died, aged 83, William -0-
htm.[ as If she were ashamed of her when you fight the other 'boy !in i of Salvation I' COME IN AND GET THE
There had been a scene but St. Louis Cardinals.The New York -Detroit. night; the Ba
she bad made a firm stand..It was self.' summaries follow: j his own back yard. Now Nebo Washington at Cleveland. i play their first: game of I he nor Army. RESULTS OF THE
'Me! exclaimed the younger amazing even to herself what AMERICAN LEAGUE {t schedule against the Embalmer I MAJOR BASEBALL
.power she had over him. "You saw me with whom?" She First Game ; Coego on the condition winner I' NATIONAL LEAGUE The above games are the first'i' 1913-Universal Peace Congress -i LEAGUES0

Around Piccadilly Circus was a turned her embarrassed eyes wide with sister.amazementon At Chicago R. II. E.]take all. This bout probably will Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. two of the reorgan'rtd: leiijns. i i began its 20th annual session i

f stream of traffic unusual on a Sunday "With that Mr.\ Dallas Philadelphia -___.___........._._ 2911 I be fought in Tampa next mont! i I Cincinnati at New York. Lights will go on at 7:30 o'clock at The H. ir -less! than a ; -

night But everybody who could met at Fen Gretton young Lord, Dagen-we Chicago ..._._..._._.._...-- 7 9 O.' accenting to the Havana papers.! I t Chicago: at Philadelphia. tonight and the game will be called i year before World War. CIGARS, CIGARETTES,

had spent the day la the country. As bury's son." Batteries: Dietrich and Berry; eases........-.-.-cc-see-cc cc' St. Louis at Boston. I at 8 o'clock sharp. j I SOFT DRINKS,

I she was about to cross the Circus "Where-may I ask?* Whitehead and SewclL I I The first named team is the 1932-British! Imperial Economic j' ETC.

was Laurie let was through.A held. up as the traffic "In Piccadilly Circus. I I CLASSIFIED ; Subscribe to The Citizen-20c "visiting" club and the last named j J Conference, first of its

"Did you say-in a taxi?" Second Came weekly. is the "home" aggregation. :kind ended at Ottawa Csna.
tail came along and slowed
down for a few Its I "Yes. I was coming back from At Chicago R. II. E. t __ .u __._
moments. occu- COLUMN - -- ----- ----
.4 pants caught Laurie's eye. A young Nora's place. The traffic was !Philadelphia _....-.,-..-_ 893
stopped and your taxi pulled up Just _' 4 10 1
man In evening dress sat on the side jChicEgo --- .e..esees ,
I In front of me. It was about ten Batteries ll:1hsrrcMarcuM\
nearest her. She remembered. Of : FOR RENT 'i| -.
o'clock. Oh. Glad don't m"!
Fischer and
course It was Lord Oagenbnry's son. : and Richards; Tictje ; -- '
young Dallas, whom she and Gladys I Not' guilty! said Gladys coolly. Sbea. FOR RENT-Extra large furnish \ %

had met at Fen Gretton. She had "Did you have some drinks at ed apartment five rooms and FIRMS

taken a dislike to him. and what Nora'sr"Glad At Cleveland R. H. E. bath. Location opposite thej I

Albery had told her of him had not don't play with me! It was i Washington __.._ 5 13 0{ Lighthouse. Apply 925 Whitehead -"

made her change her mind. you-you know It was""But i Cleveland ...__--_---11 16 ij street. aug6-6t
It Just wasn't, old girL I'm J .
I _
Suddenly he moved and a girl's Batteries: Hadley and Holt -

forward.head appeared Laurie's beside heart him.gave leaning a loud sorry."Glad I !must" Laurie's have a poignant double." voice t brook; Ste.vartEee and BrenzeL. FOR Olivia RENT street-Apartment near 1212 AH 1 J Who Rush To Give You ervice- a owe ThemTHE

knock. fell on deaf ears. Do you mean to tell of second;floor furnished newly -
Gladys's lovely little head. At Detroit R. H. E.J !

bare the dim light on her glorious me you were not with Mr. Dallas last I New York ..-_____._'_______ 7 16 1 $ decorated modern screened ;t

dark golden enrls. Gladys dimplingand since night-that that time you've never met "him Detroit __ ......___.__.__.-. 511 0 I! porch garage. Apply, 1209, .
at Fen Gretton"That's :
smiling. In evening dress an exquisite I Batteries Bro Brown and Olivia; street. augl9-3tj i
i : a, .
exactly what I do mean.- Star American Coffee ROSES
bunch of orchids on her Dickey Sorrell Hogsett. Sullivan I JOHN c. PARK
Gladys replied. ; ,
Mod-1; psis J SPACE:
shoulder, from which! the light wrap 1 EUNGALOW FOR -
and Hayworth. .
had tallen. "Glad! said Laurie again utterly I ern conveniences and garages!!: You'll find out how +

lie bent towards her. The taxi that discouraged drooping as sullen her sister look on turned her. Boston at St. Louis postponed I i Apply Valdes BAkery 328 SIMONTON ST. goCd. jt is when you try FLORAL PIECES A
moved on, shot away leaving Laurie rain. aug8-l mo
rooted to the spot. "But I could have sworn It was you." | the first cup, Ib 2Sc SPECIALTY 12 IDlertioal

"You must go about looking in NATIONAL LEAGUEAt FURNISHED APARTMENT, modern :

) /" LAD-and young Dallas! What every replied cab. I should think!" Gladys Philadelphia R. II. E. i conveniences, 628 White, or i iI PLUMBING I LARGO, tb 18c:; PLANTS and VINES ,

.*J was she doing with him at this belligerently.goodness'aake. Chicago: --....-.- 250 Gaiti's Barber Shop. aug6 v. eft S., tb 15c

time of night! la a taxi,when she! was Laurie when will It dawn on Philadelphia! .__.._hm___. 191 I I i PER MONTH
staying la lodgings at GulldfordT It yon that I'm not a baby and can look Batteries! : French Carleton and BICYCLES-WE RENT by the .RoaateeJ b1 Key Welt by SOUTH FLORIDA
after It
myself wasn't
was past ten o'clock now. She must me yon saw. I I Hartnett; Bowman 'JohnsOn andWilson" I Hour, Day or Week. Repair' DURO PUMPS
and that's .
that.Laurie .
have come from Guild ford, dressed ggv| I all makes and paint them with i

for the evening and be going back said nothing more. Nu-EnameL: We carry a fall PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY

there. They ate a nice meal without pay AtNew; York, *nR. II. E. I 'supply of parts. Agent for the 512 Greene Street $3.00
any attention to It. both !
busy '
Oh. If only Glad would c nllde In with their Cincinnati ..: s.. ...:. 361 I Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. IPHONE t 348 Phone 256 .

her! Laurie tried to reason with her. .When they thoughts.were out In the street New York .._::.______ 4 10 1 I And sell them as l Was $5.00 e t .,_ ,..; PHONE 697 ti a 011 ,
self as she walked After down and $1.00 week. We
on. all. again Laurie said quietly: Batteries: Frcita, Brenen and i per '
there was nothing out of the way Ingoing Moore and : Buy and Sell all makes of used :
"I must have made a mistake.'' Eilckson; fjastleman.; ., '
out to supper on a Sunday Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
Glad. But I'm glad I came. Your- JI ncuso. I
night with a young man. But Glad dance is 'I Stowers company 515 Duvall SELECT SEA FOODSREAD-
lovely. You're going to do INS U RAN C E
had not said she! had met Dal-
young street. aug9
big things""I St. Louis at Boston, not sched-
las again. !I .. 3Sc THE KEY 'WEST
hope so. Laurie. love It. I Just uled. PAINTING Jewfisb. 2 11. r A
And there! was the fear that was 1
always subconsciously gnawing; at want to practice practice all the Yellowtail Steak, 2 I..... 35c Office: 319 Ducal. .Street.

her heart.If anything should happento time." This was genuine enthusiasm Pittsburgh at' Brooklyn not GOOD PAINTING calls fora, Yellowtail o. Boa., 2 0... 25c SUNDAY STAR -
,and all the way to her lodgings scheduled.
Glad! combination of skilled
Gre.per 2 IL..
Gladys talked of her work. \Vortman-l
She had a vision of the young ship and reliable TELEPHONE NO. I
Her chum who Sapper Z Iba. Z5eMatte. .
was rooming with
man's blunt. blurred face: his eyes, employ both. Ask Year
her. In '
was little sitting room. 2 lba. ZSe
as she remembered them. green and mate. Clifford Kerr contractor ,
frivolous his having Just finished her meaL I I' William Key I THE- Try Yr ...... At
; bat ears standing out. "Nelly." said Gladys loudly, and 512 street FRESHFi.b SHRIMP Key W est a Only Sunday_ -
It would not let her sleep. ; West, FUu, Phone 684-R. j
a ringing laugh,"please put my AM ERIEACUE Paper Dtlmoaico Restaurant
The next morning: she had a telegram aug7-tf .
sister right! Where was I last night Club- W. L. FREE PROMPT DEUVERY. PORTER_ALLEN
from Albery from Paris. lie at ten o'clock dear" Detroit _"_ 70 40 pct.J PIANO TUNING Business Office Citizen B......... a- -_______ Jh
would not be back until the evening. 1
He would call and take her out to "Why here. Glad!" answered the New York ....._..... 71 41 .634 LOWE FISH COMPANY t Building sic c.,.. Di.--. ------

obedient Nelly.Co""nt17tt. Boston .... _.._ 58 53 .523 COMPANY
i PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo j
--- -- a
dinner. PHONE 151 PHONE 51 --_______- 5Oc a 75a. aaJ aSe
She decided to go to Gnlldford. ( Iff I. CoroUt Btxntonf Chicago ....__-.--m_ 55 52 .514 reno. Excellent piano for Bale

She could not rest until she had seen Cleveland _h__ 57 54 .514 Glad. LaurIe meet the man she really Philadelphia ___ 48 57 .457 jly25-lmo
love,tomorrow. t
Washington ,_+'_ 47 65 .420 M.cCONNEIJ. Our Reputation i. WrapPRITCHARD

_. --- --- St. Louis .___..- 39 69 .361 ROOMS t 536 Fleming Street r
S Teem to secure a ticket only to f ped ia eT package: ,
Reno, N'ev.Aviation. j
1 iHOWDY KEY WEST! Club- W. L. IVt in price and location!

New York 71 41 .538: running water. 128 N. E. 4th|I Watcb

has been introduced in St Louis __.____.. .57. 43 .609 street Miami Fla. jly26-lmox PRINTING Digalfid 3y.p.tL.WI -

By RED KERCE Notre Dame university. We pre- i{ Chicago _.-_.-.._ 71 47 .602 ; ; Ceut..y

Peeeeeeeeeee.e..e..eeeee'There rum the course is somewhat above Pittsburgh -.-..- 63 54 .538 FOR SALE ,j 4 A b pONE BY US
1 53 59 .473 NOTARY PUBLIC
millions of inhabited the instructor's heads. Brooklyn _--"
are 1 Philadelphia ..._ 50 64 .439 CORNER LOT, with two houses. WATCHMAKER, JEWELER -THE- LICENSED EMBALMER

worlds in the universe, according Cincinnati _-_._ 49 67 .422 Reasonable. 1209 Pearl street. AND ENGRAVER .

to a noted astronomer. :Maybethat's Anything that can be imagined I .__._ 32 81 ,.283' -6tx -
Boston : au.g See Him For Your Next Wttk ARTMAN PRESS A.I. .... S. .i..
why it's so difficult for us can be achieved. according to an i i

authority. Poor Clark Wood then" SAME BIRTHDAY PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed ALL PRICES REDUCED
to Ret our chare of the relief ap
will hardly get anywhere. lie isn't ,
cards $1.25. The Artnan
propriations.The Hoses 9 t. 1-1 t. 6 Office
capable of even imagining. DECATUR, HI.-Four.sisters of Press. ang7 PHONE 5 1

trouble with the marriagesthat this city have the same birthday Opec Saturday' NIgbts PIa.. 148 KTI sa...

take off from Holywood on i I The fellow wrapped up in himself having been born at intervals of SECOND SHEETS-600 for SOc.
I r
tie sea of matrimony: is that they males a small package. 'two years apart. The Artman Press. og7


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r ................................................ I f AT \ i IN HAIR WAVING

William Waite left yesterday Mrs.. Thomas Russell, daughter, ......S..500............ Whether
afternoon for his home in Miami Mrs J. H. Russell and four children ]- Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend They Say !! ,
Right Or Wrong Two nerb for ih.<
after visit with relatives left over the East Coast yes-\Pythian Circle f, 1 I I I perm
pleasant Bills of
and Tax Individual
a Checks Every Na- Regular] week] shipment of '
and friends. terday for a stay in Miami with! ; i ; .......................... of one is the < f fer now being
[ Holds Meeting tional and International Problems Insep- j fruits and vegetables will arrive; made by Mrs. 1'1'ler; at the Ocean
I relatives and friends. !
David Darrak', U. S. ,, .
I arable From Local WelfareSeven ;: tonight by truck for Lowe's Cash i iI newspaper i.i icorrespondent View Apartment: on DuvaJ street.
'Miss Ophelia Beaufort, of Jacksonville -: I Mrs. Corinne Jertnan entertained -i! 1117 Division: expelled fr+mItaly I This offer has been made primarily -
Mrs. Asa Sawyer, son. Bob, and Grocery, street. I I :
was an arrival on the the Pythian Sisters Needle-t! | for the benefit of scho. I
morning: train yesterday for a I t I, daughters Misses Mary and Eugenia -I craft Club at her home last Wednesday -' major pieces of legisla- would rule the country's banks in I The shipment which includes a. "If Masdolmi: fails in his Ethiopian 'I II I i girls but is open to>> everyone Mr.

stay in Key West as guest of Rev.j j who were spending a while afternoon. The members' tion have. at this'writing, passed'major. particulars. This kind of actpassed large variety of both fruits and 1.I I objectives it "will mark his Miller Mates.j .
with! relatives finish dictator.
to Key and as a :i I
the} ; i is ected to arrive -------- -
and Mrs J. B. Culpepper. at I 'enjoyed themselves by sewing. the House reached the vegetables ex _
both houses Congress-yet '
of f
left for the have become fat and
friends yesterday I'I'I j years content -
parsonage of the First Methodist\ Afterwards delicious refreshments! ( Senate, and faced'the I early] in the evening. i
ire Carter
home in Miami.Sirs. ; none of them have Church. I were served. Glass, father of the Federal]
I Executive "Most of the talk about holding! : -
House for veto i i
Wilard! Russell and daughiter Those present were: Mesdames Act. Mr. Glass wants a modern- I blican candidate took the plume|]companies, and about the profits Smedley D. Butler' former Chief

J. R. Aldrich] car foreman for*; left over the East Cost yes- William Sands, W. P. Archer, or approval. i I j bed federal reserve system continued I by a 20,000 majority. Issues were i 1 I of the utilities companies is a lot i iI of Marries:
the Florida East Coast Railway terday afternoon for Miami where I Arnold Key Leland Sawyer,'I Reason: AU the bills are in!I' hates and scorns the idea clearcut pro and con New Deal]I I': of hokum and a lot of bunkum." "The poltical ]leader of this
West left over' !| George I. Knowles, Jr., Laurence conference. These conferences of political dominance of banking.'The .,,. conflict
Company at Key they will visit with relatives and measures, with especial stress on:;: country are for another
the highway yesterday morning 'riends. Higgs, Jr., Corinne Jerman, and,J are something 'that the general' issue at stake seems almost: Federal spending. j Hag S. Johnson, WPA Adlllilli.I .- !'Ito: cover up their blunders] ,"
I I Hiss Anna Whitmarsh. public hears little about-but,insoluble unless Presidential !!(I trator in New York: i
: ] in- '
for a stop at the home in Jacksonville ---- .I i iI I It is true that Republican ]leaders -
and afterward a motor Will! Gomez, sailing master I This week the club will meet at they probably have more influence -tfluence can be brought to bear I I "You haven't got a man in the :i: Patrick J. Harley, former: Seer
j on I are optimistic now than
tour to points, in Georgia.narry j'j the Yacht Manati, property of Arthur i the home of Mrs. Laurence Higgs, on the actual fate of disputed -'with unually potent force I I'they were more even a few months ago labor movement who has fought i j t '.r.f War, testifying before
I Serra left yesterday afternoon -I Jr. I legislation than all the i{ As a matter of fact, presidents -and their attitude has changed any harder for your rights this I''i the Senate Lobby Committees
1 I dramatic and fiery speeches made often have better luck with their I have." I.I "I am a goldfish in a bowl You
after a short visit with his the bitter defeated
Baldwin, assistant keeper I on the floors of House or Senate. pet projects in conference than I entirely from I i can see me from any angle."
at Carysfort lighthouse, who was family Beach., to join the! cssel at Miami i it Ancnge Another Necessity for conferences is ob- the floor of a branch of Congress on I,feeling they had after the Con- Harry L. Hopkins, Relief Administrators -'

l?: spending his vacation with his t, Melody Hour vious. One branch of Congress, Reason: Committees are gressional rout of 1934, in which MONROE THEATER I
S' left the this, ---- I Republican Congressional representation "By November 1, with 3,500- .
family, over highway I II (I will pass a bilL It then goes to 1 i more responsive to smaner'I'I
1Mr. Mrs. Richard Lloyd and lion I i dropped to one of the 000 work federal already ] '' Jack Holt-Florence Rice in
station. at relief -
morning for 1 During the ninth the other branch. If, as often president has all the
I Key West
!11.Rurj-ell. who were in Key West for : lowest points in history. Many Republicans tapering off, will cease" I AWAKENING OF JIM BURKE
I' two days with relatives} left yes-i'! Melody Hour on Thursday night happens when really important,, one branch with him he can of- I along with some unbiased I -also- I
and Mrs. C. G. Hicks, who' terday afternoon on the return 'a very interesting program willI laws are involved amendments or, ten cause one or two members i publicists feel that they Fred R. Isacluen, Preacher ate i THE BLACK SHEEP
were spending the week-end with to the home i in Miami. I be presented. ,I changes are made in bills by this|' from the other branch to come
their son-in-law and daughter,J i I I I Among the numbers will be second branch, some way must be I; over to his side. i can win next year-if they get Ketcbikan, Alaska: I Matinee Balcony, lOc; Orchestra
i the right candidate "The in the last three
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lewis at the:* Juan CarbonelL] proprietor ''I "March of the Slavs", "Celeste"i j I found to reconcile the differences. j, At any rate, the conference has No candidate ministers ; 15-20c; Nights 15-25c

Caribbee colony on Key Largo,'' the llabana-Madrid Club, and s ij. i j J I Quartet from the opera "Rigo-:': Conference committees each one I J J I I assumed unusual importance during :i appeared outstanding in spite of talk about has ----- -- ,-.---- -

returned on the Havana Special, Public, who were spending a vacation -:!: ]etto", and other melodious compositions -!I: customarily made up of five Sen-j!;i this session of CongressitI dozen different Chances a .............eeee........................*......

yesterday.Mrs. 'I in Havana, returned yesterday -' I' ators and five Representatives:!|I has eventually become the arbiter i I hat the candidate men.will be a mid-are

on the Steamer Cuba. I are appointed. These ,men then:;: of almost every bill oft first dle-of-the-road
with liberal
Berlin Adams and son, and J i get together!*- fight, argue and I II i i portance passed by either tendencies' man, Di' SALE

Mrs. Bernanza Adams, who werei:j Mrs. R. L; Wilson, formerly LENGTHEN TIME Iii sweat. They are: not supposed to 1 I|: A'nd conference committees im-I i Under any circumstances the I'LFOR

pending a brief time with' rela-!! Miss\ Harriet Marzyck, who was ': I add any additional provisions not likely to have to sweat some ether will burn when Mr. Roosevelt -

lives in Key West left yesterday ;'| spending several weeks with her' MEMBERSHIPS passed by either branch et- 'Congress -|'I. over bills not yet passed, such as and his opponent step before .

afternoon for the home in Miami.j I parents, :Mr. and Mrs. John Mar-\ -they deal only with the the "Share-the-wealth" tax mea!'-'! the microphones unlessfL' all are .,

.1 Isyck( left yesterday afternoon for I 1 points of. difference. I j! ore I throng, it will be'tt-! | A bitterest I
Mrs. Charles Russell, wife of'' her tom: in Jacksonville !J i CANCERCRUSADE#:j I One important bill in confer-t;: h the President's prestige slip-'and the hardest "Campaign:
'' ,i ence involves amendments to the aping!: Answer according to the I in .
Inspector Russell of the U. S. cutonis *- | generations *
Frank '" i I TVA act. As passed by the Sen-,,, :'
unit in West, who Russell rustoms agent ( view of most political )experts, is'
Key was !
'': SCLICITATION WILL BE CARRIED -,,. ate this bill] the TVA
visiting relatives in Miami, re- in charge at :Miami arrived yesteiday -:, gave power Yes. ,. I II
ON FOR ANOTHER :): to issue bonds to the extent of '
the train '! from a business visit in lIa- ,I Will he be re-elected in 1936 s.
turned on morning
terdaylMiss. I..ana and left in the afternoon for WEEK ACCORDING TO ANNOUNCIMENT 100000000. The House! version; The answer is Probably-but not
headquarters. MADE [ of the bill permitted only $50-;I bv. anywhere near the margin of! X 4 7otei'A. l. 1 '1 1t

I I 000.000. Similar differences,j: his 1932 victory. | llIdl
Clarice] Roberts, teacherin Mr. and Mrs. James Ilammon.i mostly of minor importance $ 11'1 r
I : I are iI j Have the Republicans a chancein FLORIDAT1. / igdw11.t
the Key West High School, who;;i who was in Key West for a visit I i I <"P..I.I-The (lila..) I I keeping: the AAA Amendment, 1936! A fair one-if Mr.' gl / eto

was attending summer school at|I a., guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter:J r JACKSONVILLE, Aug. 20.- I bill, the Social] Security Act the:; Roosevelt' keeps on slipping.] jACKS'ONV,1 LE

Gainesville, Fla.: and afterward I j!I Kn'ght.' Jr.. left yesterday afternoon -1 I Ctmplying with requests! received i i Rivers and Harbors Att and the iI !I, A real test of New Deal powerf GEORGE tl,
went for a vacation in New York,I I)! for Miami. Mrs. Ilammon is' from County Gorrie Memorial' 300000.000 Deficiency Appropriation : recently occurred in a Rhode Island -f WASHINGTON ti.
was a returning passenger over daughter of !Mr. and Mrs Council throughout I Act in conference. 'i i JOG imm ....
& George I'I'I the state another congressional bv-e'ection.' --. ..
the East Coast yesterday. I Manson, formerly of Key West. week's time will be allowed I In some cases, conferees must,'The district was carried by the ..... a"4ARAGE ;1 a'....>
d. s-1
= in which to solicit founder I to iron out basic differ- ....
!|, memberships attempt Democrats last time by a 30,000majority. .-.....-. 11 I Irtl
Paul Parks left on the after.,'. Paul J. Saunders, president! of to help Americas' Crusade ences. That is true for example. This time the Repu-i L E.. > tt
noon train yesterday to spend a 1,, the P. and O. S. ?. company, and Against Cancer, it was announced I of the Public Utilities Act of $ taTESstso.d.-- ..- auri' '
vacation with relatives in Miami son. Paul. Jr.. arrived yesterday by L. L. Crump, executive 1035! and the Banking: Act ofi 1

and will: be the guest of Mrs. Albert -Ion the Steamship Cuba from a vice. president of the Gorrie 1935. Stop: Chills 1!ii T1.MAYFLOWER ; ',", -, .

W. Thompson. rhort vacation in Havana and lefton ice memorial forndstion I In the Senate version of the,! 3110 a..w..h -,- ,, .4l; ...:3 ... Pf.(
I the afternoon train for Jack- "Word from various counties Public Utilities Act, holding: companies -!; Jf

Mrs. James Moore, son James, sonville. that so many persons were away were given a "death sen-1'' and Fever!
Jr.. and daughter Miss Catherine, I on vacations resulted in our officials tence" under which aU of them i riir..diw.d..a.d.;
Jeft yesterday afternoon for I I Mrs. C. II. J. Roberts, who came extending: the drive; for with a few possible exceptions II I i GAIAGE.A.i.lm.RATES..S2A0.d.. .r ti.lwKr..amor
visit with relatives in Miami. a in Sunday for a short stay with founder memberships another t would have to liquidate and go out II I Rid Your System of Malaria! .. : l

I I her son and utcHtcr-in-law, )Jr. week," stated Mr.\ Crump. "This| of business by 1940. The' House I one"'mommt fLAGLERle -
Shivering with chills and
and !Mrs. John no,erts, and other will permit communities throughout dissented substituted strict ;
L. M. Gerstell, who was in Key afternoon reg I bafnhig with\ freer the lIest-that. one I II .--....'
rclathes. returned yesterday Florida to contact folks just ulation for execution. Conference of the effects of Malaria. Unless: checked
West for a visit with Milton I I Y'I...,.... .- Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead -
W. to her home in Miami. returning from out of town and members are getting nowhere in the disease will do serious harm to your "' -
Curry, head of the William rhovld bring in thousands of new J reconciling this vast difference of' health. Malaria. a blood! infection calls' street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view

Curry's for Sons his Company home in,Miami.left yesterday Miss Helen Cates. daughter of members w.'lose names will be I opinion-and some believe 'that, for two in things the: blood.first, destroying Second, buildingup the infection c GARAGE_....d.wdrRATES..s1.00.4.e of the sea and overlooking Coral Park
and Sirs. Harold permanently recorded in our honor the result will be act at all
Captain no the blood to overcome the effects of
For and to
terms apply
left! yesterday Afternoon roll book which will be a permanent -I this year. the disease and to fortify against furtherattack. WEST PALM BEACH price
Miss Ma'jel] Demerit, of the ami where she will spend cates/]/, part of our records. A similar situation is holding I
department of reports and re- weeks withelatives.. "Dozens of counties are competing up the Banking Act. The Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic supplies L P. ARTMAN,
Adminis-I both these effects. It contains tasteless
fearch, WPA in KeWes for the Gorrie
return- loving ,
cups tration wants act "
an r
u__' quinine, which kills the infection in the s a.a'a'l'1I f y "
ee on tie Havana Special ;yesterday Mr.' and l\ll's. William *". which are to be'' awarded ,those< centralized banking under'which! blood, and iron which enriches and The.Citizen Office
frora Miami and left in tie liter, and .grand ,daughter, \\'eD-1 counties making the,best showing a' politically-appointed board builds up the bood.! Chills and fever .1C f
ftfternooi' to resume her vacation. Webster Conners. arrived during the drive for members. soon stop and you are restored to health 1 or

day from Birmingham Ala., and,' Mrs. Wilson: Cleere] left yesterday -i are guests at the home of Mrs.' I ty turning in the largest numberof WHITE BELT DAIRY Tasteless Chill Tonic has been sure' relief c Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
for Malaria. It is <
a useful too as acentral
afternoon for Miami where I Webster's brother-in-law and sister founder memberships and the ICE CREAM I tonic for old and )'ouml:.Pleasant The GEORGE WASHINGTON I I :

she will visit' for a while with her ', Mr. and Mrs. William R. Por-' other will be awarded to the coun- POPSICLES | to take and absolutely! : harmless. Safe to tOO *.... wild I.ll. ... $...... .................. .............................
daughter, Mrs. William Usher. I ty selling the ]largest percentageof I gist child n. Get a bottle at any drug ()p. .. ... ...... ...,...... .
%\er. its adult population." Sweet Milk, qt. __..........._ 17c I store. Now two sizes-SOl: and $L The -0d. s..ia far MMMVMd.WWll--- ---
-- Chocolate Milk, qt. ..- 17c $1 size contains 2}; times u much as the RATES S100 .. GARAGE I,

of his family of being able to get Ii IiI SCHOOL GIRL SPECIAL Batter Milk, qt. ....-..-..- 17e j}I j SOc: size and gives you 25% more for I ROBERT: : KLOEPPEL: : : : .?.L',':.

HARRY CURRY 1 ack for a star 't"} relatives and I I -onPERMANENT- I O'd Potatoes, 10 11... ........ 15e I I your money.
t'friends, and his full vacation of j WAVES Butter, tb __ 26c ------ I

ARRIVES HERE : 30 days will be spent here before !Ii,1 Two Permanents Naco. Ib .._,_.._... 20e 1'.I'.4T.4T.JfTI'I'.I'II'IIII.I'I"'I'.I. NOW BIGGER SAVINGSthan

returning to take up his duties at t I for .. ..._ _._, $5.00 I Good Luck Oleo Tb ......._ .'20c .
i headquarters in Fort Worth, Tex.11 Richer Waves, $5.00. ; op lift's Cash Grocery

ACOMPANIED BY WIFE AND,I'' HUGS WHILE DRIVING I II Oceaniew'MRS.Apt.MILLER 1 Phone 574-J I 1101 Division St. Phone 29 5 "Make Your Paper Pay ever with a new

HULL, Eng.-Leonard Cates of f -- -"- GENERAL .; ) ELECTRIC
I Ii'Like
I this: city was fined $50 for losing I "

i j control of his car while hugging I S You Dividends! ALL.STEEL REFRIGERATOR

1 a girl with one arm.
Harry Curry, chief clerk of the t! ,
A Cake Of Ice" s s
air navigation division; bureau of PALACEChas.

air commerce arrived ]last night Starrett-Pauline Brooksin I' \ Money Saving Prices i iS + = 193S
over the highway for a visit with j --' I 1 1930 -

relatives after an absence of four i MAKE A MILLION

years. l I Also special program by : -1- N"" r, ,
lie was accompaniel by :Mrs t i pitality Band lIos-I'' I 1 1 Ili h '14'i ItI ', S- Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers -

Crrry who will be remembered by I! t fe
Matinee: 5-10e; Night I closely for special savings on your
a host of friends as the former !

Mrs. Vivirene C rid well. nee Russell -" "Jaekce.-111... '....II.c Ilwtel" !\ household necessities. Make your paper pay you
; their daughter Miss Lillian ', THE SEMINOLE Y ; i W dividends. The most interesting news in the
and niece Miss Florence Adams, i I I II I. 'I i :.
I ti.. 1 i kj paper today is the advertising where you can f R
who has been the guest of the s 1 i I
Curry's for the past year I i! vj save many dollars on the family budget by

Mr. Curry to'd The Citizen this ,, 1. < patronizing those merchantswho advertise, their I U

morning of'his happiness and that i .": I::' goods.
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Ma$at+ ysy
checksMALARIA I t : .,:,C!7bai.Jaek.wa.llle: :. I
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in 3 daysCOLDS I W BODY'S PURSE: ToM G.I tlienitor. Wsas ; 137$9

"liquid Tdkir I ISal. << '.. n. GRI"F.R. Maasceri tow as..
.. M... .,. first da,.. i A human, home-like Institution sl
TON 1C'.J LAXATIVE ,I I ."will* r.find......leer..-vmt a mat-filter FOODSTUFFS kept in our all metal 1 ICE A merchant who advertises his prices .The G-E led-ia-teel mechanism hu long been famous
l c.r great Importance. REFRIGERATORS are as cool fresh and charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a'nonadvertising ., for its unparalleled dependable performance at low COM.

_....* I healthful as if they were frozen in a' cake of S merchant charged 40 cents for. a t Now new General Electric Refrigerators-Monitor Top
KEY WESTCOLONIAL i i A steellre.r..f fc.IUI K 1\ Flatop and tiftop-use 4O% less electrical current aatd
I a. the heart .. lie ellyrr ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand Why this big difference? W have doable "cold producing capacity.
HOTELIn I absolutely airtight.
,I :". Room with Cwwbinaltwn Tub;, & S 5 Year Performance Protection for only II a ytse.A .
of the ; and Shower Bath. Radio. Electric' :
the Center Business
t Cf', Slat Door for Summer $30.00 and $35.00EASY By patronizing the merchants who present Wfe new General Electric cost you nothing for it moss tfcsn
and Theater District Ventilation Comfortable Reds wltlal pays for it$through ia urine
'Mattresses of Inner SprlraCon-! TERMS 10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn their prices frankly and openly each week you
Ltructlon Read,
First Class-Fireproof- In.r Lamps.and i Display At- kj help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT jj

SeuibU. Rate. 1 RATES I J OF KEY WEST. *
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COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI rlt Wi R Bee..w! _.... Private Private Hath..... __.-- .;J-*'j Thompson Ice Company Inc. 2 5 THE KEY WEST CTRICCOMPANYPAGE ;

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!N u) Private llalk O Make dividends. :r .
Gar. Elevator. : u> __.. Private nalh __ 3.50 your paper pay yod .. c-
.. S..le> n*,*_.. Private Bath 4..* PHONE NO. 8 '" '
Popular Price. niaciiT i>OCCtPAJICY("PF.AlF.! FOR uot'BLB. tjf"'I'.I".I'I'I.l ...... ': I. : :_ -

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