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THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1934.
Judith Lane JEANNE BOWMAN smoraiac Judith Date has felt that her huabanfl teas siding against her in her contest with the Bedne heirs. Judith was left a for tune nml instructions lor complet ing Hig Tom Bevins' Bio Diablo dam hut aided bp Morton l*nm pere. Mrs. Bevins anil her daughter M "hue plug to break the will. But Judith has had a letter from Nor man. and plans to ftp to him at U itmton that night. Now she is tiddinu a directors’ meeting of a Spy. J. C. Bcnthborns. Chapter 22 , MATHILE AGAIN ATHIB * . . Mathis . . . Just a I'*’* minute.” said Judith as if try inf <o recall the name, "Oh yes, now I remember, be was the gentle man who left town so hurriedly when the last election scandal was being Investigated . . . something about buying blocks of votes from Itinerant oil Held workers." "Why . . . why ..." sputtered Scaflhborne. | “Ton’ll forgive me if I’m wrong, but It seema to me 1 heard some thing about a matter of five thou sand dollars passing between Ma this and some gentleman with a name similar to yours. Lampere, I believe, provided the money for the-” “Mrs. Dale, I didn’t come here to ba/lnsulted,” snapped Scathborne. j “There are nicer places, aren’t there,’* Judith said consolingly, “but •uggest to Mr. Lampere that next (I me he send someone not labeled with a cancelled check." i “Are you psychic?" demanded Justin Cunard pleasantly. In the si lence which followed the slamming door. j “Mo.” Judith laughed with the others, “but I have a friend on a newspaper, which Is practically the same thing. She came to the door with me and recognized our departed guest. However,” and now she spoke seriously, “It means, gentle man that Lampere will not hesitate to plant bis men In our midst to say. or to cause dissension.” i ' “He was more subtle,” said one of the now members, “be tried to minimize your Importance in such a gentle way we scarcely recognized kia Intentions.” The rest of the afternoon passed •wlftly, and shortly before sundown, Judith drove to the airport where 811 m Sanford awaited her. Judith, ! teeing the tall Texan, thought be seemed slimmer and browner than ever. Even hie smile, which usual ly ahowed In such a brilliant flash, seemed strained. “Hello tmall-Jude, ready to trust your heart ’n hand to me and my ■hip?” “Any time, any place," Judith re sponded. “If 1 thought you meant that,” re torted Sanford, "I’d head west then south to a neat little spot near Oax aca where there are no fortunes, platinum blondes, nor heartaches.” “Did you mention Oaxaca or heaven?" queried Judith, breathless ly. puzsled by his manner. “It would be both ... hop In.” He helped her Into the tiny cabin, smil ed his queer, tired smile and slid In to the pilot’s seat. The motor roared, sputtered, then to the rhythm of three motors tak ing their beat the ship taxied down the runway, nosed up and out. JUDITH was on her way to Nor man. She hed no other thought save g sub-conscious enjoyment of the eight. As e child she had always had the highest, most dangerous •wings la her various neighbor hoods, and with her father bad de lighted to spin across some chasm In a cable carriage, suspended above rocky gorges by a web like line. .Now her enjoyment was double for she was on her way to her hus band. She would drive back with' Rim. They would stop at the white farmhouse on the Houston highway for their dinner as they had on their honcyinooh. and there’would be old flowers, stalks and pinna wlMflvrfkn dlong rtie paths;-and fire flies would hold their tiny lanterns against the screened windows. Only of course. It was too early for cinna mon pinks and hollyhocks. Slim Sanford looked back, saw the •mil# on her face and switched off the motor so they seemed to float In the sunset—“ Small Jude,” he said, "I'm sore-tempted.” She wrinkled her oose at him and pointed below. Galveston ley there. The long island, thick at its east ern end and thin at the western, looked like an exclamation point. He nedded and n few moments later they hed come to n smooth landing. “I’lt wait here until ten o'clock, In case you want to go back.” he aald. aa he helped her tato n cab “Meet me here or telephone.” "Well .. . well all right.” Judith was positive she wouldn't need him. hut ho looked as wistful as a tail, sun brouted mee could look. Today’s Anniversaries L.79o—John Tyler. Virginia lag* islator, governor. U. S. Senator. Vice President. 10th President of the U. H., Horn at Greenway, Va, I>i#d at Richmond. Jan. 17, 18*2. Into—lsaac M. Wise, dUtin- Cincinnati Rabbi, educa -Br and reform leader, born in "Tf ssJa She drove directly to the Galvez, dismissed the cab and waved away the bell boys. For a moment she stood looking at the dining terrace. It was too early In the season for It to be in use. but she and Norman had had such delightful times there on their honeymoon. She started to turn, and in turn ing her eyes caught two figures seated at a window table in the din ing room. Shocked, she scurried along the footpath to the point just below. She looked in. There sat her husband Norman, talking and laughing with Mathile Bevins. She had pushed a cherry parfait to one side and was leaning forward for him to light her ciga rette. The flare of his lighter il luminated their faces. JUDITH stood staring at the win dow, too shocked to move. There was something in the Intimacy of Norman lighting Mathile’s cigarette that lingered after the flare had died away. Mathile looked stunning in her mourning. A severe black dinner gown, with loose sleeves caught at the wrists with silver bands, flowing shoulder drapes, suggestive of veils caught at the shoulder with silver bars. Judith knew that at the very mo ment other diners in the big room were remembering the news of the day—“ Dale may sue wife to regain fortune for former sweetheart." How could he pretend to love his wife, yet dine publicly with Mathile at a time like this? She turned from the window and walked to the seawall, bnt the sight of tho lighted area of the piers, re called too many poignant memories of her honeymoon. She called a cab, sank into the scat and felt again the queer namb feeling which had come with the shock of Big Tom’s death. She wouldn’t be fooled this time. She wouldn't think of what happened until she reached home. She might as well go there at once. Ciia would send her there If she sought refuge any place else. Sanford was waiting. lie helped her out of the cab. took a look at her face, and suggested they fly to Beaumont or Lake Charles for din ner. fCooyriaAt, ttS l. by Jeanne Boww'tnf Judith gots an important m*. •ao. (smerrew. Bohemia. Died in Cincinnati.: March 26, I*loo. 1926 - Wilhelm Liebkneeht, famed German Socialist leader and father of an equally famed Socialist leader, born. lied Aug. 6. ItMMI. : 18'>0—Carl Bering. noted Phil adelphia electrical engineer of hi*! t day. m of ,*no of the founder* *f , homeopathy in America, bora in j . l*hdadelf*bia. fried there. May 10.: 1930. i CHANGE IS MADE IN FIGHT CARD A last minute change in the box j ing program being given tonight ! under the auspices of the Junior |li class was announced today, j Willie Jackson, old favorite of ; the Key West fight fans, will face j Sailor Marsh in the main-go. The semi-final bout will be ‘four two-minute rounds between i Emory Blackwell and Albert Ar- I nao. Several good preliminaries ' and a battle royal have been ar i ranged. i j roifficAL ANNOUNCEMENT ! For the Primary Election, Tuesday, June 5, 1934 WILLIAM V. ALBURY For State Senator Tecals 1\ TUB (IKdir COURT OF STATK OF FI.OIIIUA. TWKN TIKTH .M'tWTAI. CIRCUIT. MOV ROB rOCKTV. I\ CHAN CERY. HKRMAX H. GOODRICH. Complainant. vs. DIVORCE. CELIA S. GOODRICH. Defendant. It appearing by the sworn,,bUl filed in the above stated cause that Celia S. Goodrich, the defendant therein named is a non-resident of the State of Florida, and that her present residence and whereabouts are unknown; that said defendant is over the age of twenty-one years; that there is no person in the State of Florida, the service of a sum mons in (Thaneery upon whom would hind said defendant. It is therefore Ordered that said non-resident be and she is hereby required to appear to the hill of the complainant on or before Monday, the 7th day of May A. I). 1934, other wise the allegations of the said hill will be taken ns confessed by said di fendant. It is further Ordered that this or der he published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Key West Citizen, a newspaper pub lished in Monroe County, Florida. ordered this March 14 th, A. D. 1934. (SKAI.) noss c. SAWYER, Glerk of Circuit Court. RAYMOND R. LORD, Solicitor for Complainant. i marls-22-29; aprs-12 NOTICE OF EXECUTOR FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COURT OF COUNTY JUDGE. MONROE COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA. In Re Estate of WILLIAM A. FAGAN, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given, to all whom It may concern, that on the 23rd day of May, A. D. 1934. 1 shall apply to the Honorable Hugh Gunn, Judge of said Court, as Judge of Probate, for my final discharge as Executor of the estate of William A. Fagan, deceased; and that at the same time I will present my final accounts as Executor of said Estate, and ask for their approval. Dated March 22, A. D. 1934. ALLAN B. CLEARS, JR., Executor. mar 22-29; aprs-l 2-19-26; may 3-10-17 eooooaaaoanoaao* -•••••• CLASSIFIED COLUMN < Advertisements under thh beau will be inserted in The Citizen at the rate of lc a word for each in jertion, but the minimum for the first insertion in every instance ia ?6c. 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Stowers Musk Company. mar-1 Key West's First Fusers I Him Ksy West’* Firs * Aaabnlaaco Ssrutcs PRITCHARD Pksas S4B Nsvsr Sleeps ANN HARDING IN ‘GALLANT LADY’ 9 HEW 20TH CENTURY FILM HIT OPENS AT PALACE ON SATURDAY In “Gallant Lady,” her first picture for 20th Century produc tions, Ann Harding outdoes all her past performances on the screen in scaling the heights of emotional artistry. This picture, which opens at | the Palace Theater Saturday, deals with the experience of a iyoung and unwed mother who is forced to assign her child for adoption immediately after its birth. Later, having become a remarkable success as a business woman, she aeidentally meets in Paris the child for whom she has never ceased to yearn. Faced with the possibility of being re united with her boy, she is com pelled to decide between keeping silent regarding her real identity as the child's mother in order to he with him, or revealing the facts in order to play fair with the man she loves with the possibility of wrecking the little fellow’s fu ture. An exceptionally fine cast has been chosen by Joseph M. Schenck and Darryl F. Zanuck, producers of “Gallant Lady.” to support Miss Harding and includes such names as Clive Brook, Otto Krug er and Tullio Carminati. Each of these male characters provides an element of love in terest in the “gallant lady’s” life. Brook „as a derelict physician who befriends her in a crisis; Tullio Carminati as an Italian noble man who becomes enamored of her while she is on a visit to Europe and follows her back to America;, and Kruger as the fos ter-father of her son, well played by the adorable little Dickie Moore^ “I’ll test your ability, now, Mr. Puff, In a love scene with Garbo—let’s have he-men stuff”— The director sits back, Puffy takes Greta’s hand. She kisses his forehead. He faints in the sand. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the General County Registration books will be open at the County Court House, beginning Monday. April 2, 1934, and each day thereafter (Sunday excepted) until May 1, 1934, from 9 o’clock a. m. to 12 o’clock noon and from 2 o’clock p. m. to 5 o’clock p. m.. for the registration of Electors for the General Primary Election, and in addition to the above period any elector who arrives at the legal voting age. or completes a legal residence in the State and County between Mav 1 and the date of the Election can upon application to jthe Supervisor of Registration b 4 • JOHN ENGLAND, Supervisor of Registration, ma r 2 2-29 RICHARDSON'S STORE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Maple Syrup, qt. 30c Ovaltiae, large, 90c; small 48c Sliced Beets, 2H *ixe 15c Grits, 3 pkg*. 25c Oat Meal, 3 pkgs. 25c Floor. 6 bs. 30c Potted Ham, can, 5c Vienna Sausage, can 5c Libby'* Corned Beef, 2 can* 35c Libbv’* Roait Beef, 2 cans 35c Peaches. 21* size lie Pears, 2 4 size, 18c Salmon. 2 large carts. 25c Tootb Paste, large 20c Baked Bean* can Sc Sani Flush, can 23c Matches, 3 boxes Ih Sa't. 3 pkg# loc Butter, lb 28c Sugar. 5 lbs. 2Sc Cream, 6 cans. 34c and 36c Siam Rice. 5 lbs. 28c Milk, can, ] |c Egg*, dox. 22c and 28c Potatoes. 10 !b* 32c Black Bam. 2 lbs. 15c Crack Cara. lb. 4c White Beans. 2 Ibo. 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