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   Key West Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1928, Key West, Florida                               -I Associated Press Day Service Cttten For Years Duvoled to the Interests of Key West VOLUME XL1X. No. 241. KEY OCTOBKK 1028. PRICE FIVE CENTS Railroad Workers And Express Finest Lighthouse In Clerks On Strike In New York BETWEEN TWELVE AND FURTHER AID FIFTEEN FOR SUFFERERS IS REQUESTED To Be Monument To Columbus .r EMPLOYES INVOLVED IN WALK-OUT AS NEW Oct. area of Greater New York was the scene today of an unan- nounced strike of members of the Brotherhood of Railroads and express clerks employed by the American Express Company which went into effect shortly after and the cause of which slnonded in somewhat of a ystery. The union claims that between and employes quit work here and asserted that the strike will be extended throughout the country. CUBAN HOLIDAY IS CELEBRATED IN KEY WEST JUNIOR RED CROSS MAY BE CALLED UPON TO SCHOOL CHILDREN IN THE STORM STRICKEN AREA AumiclHIed WUST I'ALM Oct. L. director of the disaster baid today that j the school children of the nation j way be called upon by the na- tioual Junior Red Cross to come to the aid of school children in the storm stricken area of Florida with donations of school supplies and athletic equipment. Schaefer suggested that be taken in .the matter in a let- ter to the head of the Junior Cross. MANY FESTIVITIES ARt STAGED IN CONNECTION WITH OBSERVANCE OF DE ONE KILLED AND MANY INJURED IN RAILROAD WRECK ACCIDENT HAPPENS TODAY IN WHICH WABASH TRAIN HITS END OF FREIGHT ON SIDING -AMERICAN WAR VETERANS I KEY WEST DEMOCRATS ORGANIZE FOR VISITING DELEGATES ACTIVITIES IN ELECTION CAMPAIGN Democrats of Key orpan- and a number of rinyiriH .speeches were made sit a Jaruelj attended and enthusiastic mculiiiK held in the county court hoti.se last night. As temporary in K. Poiter called the house to ol- stating that thu purpose was to uet democrats of I lie com- present prohibition law is one that cannot be not only in the hug'- but in our own state and county as well. Smith favors a con- structive measuie to modify people don't want to be KOVI rued I'.v the Cath.dic chmch. 1 by the Anti-Saloon Joanne cither The Anti-Saloon HIGHLY HONORED IN ALL SECTIONS OF ISLAND REPUBLIC in j league an the boollenuois arc A law bin Santo Domingo -which Columbus founded where he r.penl his happiest is to a to cPtlose tomb flower now in the Cathedral of Santo Do- and serve as a lasting monument lo the discoverer. Designs for ihc including an airport have been received from more than architects throughout the world in a competi- tion supervised by the Pan American Union. At the upper right is part of Columbus' house in Santo Domingo. and extensive farmer yeais and It was said that the freight had pulled on a siding to allow the passenger to but the rear end did not clear the track. Celebration of Grito de the Cuban -colony in Key West is in pi'Offi eji.s toclixv with u. pro- tics than feature is being witnessed by aige audiences of Cubans and then- American friends in this city. -n the celebrat- ing of Cuba's pariotic holiday in Key West arc a number of not- ables from including Dr. Juan ft. special rcpre-j scntatice of President I Louis F. Farbello. delegate Ihe soc'ety Revolu-1 Antonio secretary of the Cuban sect clary of cor- and Francisco D. speaker for the clelcga- t on. The first feature of the pro- pram was at 1 o'clock this afternoon when a pilgrimage was made to the Jhiinc plot in Ihc c'tv eemctei where ceremo- nies said over the griivcs of Cuba's illustrious dead buried there and the covering j the Americans who lost Ihen Ihcs m the explosion of the bai- tycship Maine in tlie Havana liar- bur in afteinuon al A o'clock a cual progiam at San Garloy consisting ol patriotic exer- cises and addresses. pro- as published ye1 id divided into two each sec- tion carrying mnmheri to be prcscnled by both Cubans jmd including and children. A special piogi-am and NIAGARA Oct. 10 John w killed and his fiieman and oral passengers were injured when a Wabash Railroad passen- ger 4rain ran into the rear- ei of a frc-ghl train early today. By NELSON J. RILEY i'ON. Oct. in the world. A structure of heroic in hifdi rebel the llenaiss- niumt.v logcllici to the interest of democracy and to j uoi king hand-in-hand. further the interests of Ihc party's lieen against state and na- The Anti-Saloon league nppo tion. i lh.it. They don't want the IJUM- lle apjiointed a nominating j lo play out. committee of seven to Tammanv hail for mum names of pel mancnt officeis foi Now York is pionoiinc-cil the On this com- one id the best goveined cities in mittce he named William II. i the world. If can do Han v Thi-odoie j glory be1 lo Tamm.inv j Or. J. M. I1'i auk I II.ill. It is an ortMii- Virgil Lowe and George for the pour is rooks. The members retired to Ihe icason it survives. Ihc- jury loom foi a confeicncc. j would be a ureat violation t Upturning soon they announced I constitution to have a man the following f n-e rejected because of Ins J. Vining leligion. Mrs William R. man and woman shun Id Ross secrc- JOIM m this battle for liberty and Shiiley C. costing about the civilisation of the Oj- was by ac- it will enclose a diapcl to Spain of the thu'C Am- j ntire world has been invited to'receive the monument winch nowjc-ncan the Pcimanent it was .1 Oct. ihou- Spanish-American war vet- who are assembled in this city for tlie annual convention the joined the Cu- ban colony today in observants of dc which is cine of I lie outstanding holiday cvenis lliroughout the Cuban republic. The visiting arc receiv- ing the highest honors ever paid a like delegation by the Cuban government. An official program arranged by the government in collabora- tion with the Havana branch of the veterans provides for ceremonies at tha Maine excursions to contribute of its genius and wealth holds Columbiib' bones in the Ca- l cnce ol the classical routes of toward the erection of a lasting thedral of Santo Dominsru. Provi- commerce from the inland Modi- monument to the honor and name sion has been made for an adjoin- tciianean to the limitless Atlan- of Christopher Columbus. 'inn museum to picscrve pi iceless tit and Pacific and the influence The ai eat navigator's bones arc Columbus mcmoiabilia The set- of the New World in the id foreiathers handed down j jnlcrjor points and visits to lite to us .1 precious heritage in demo- j cralu- Florida. We should sec battlefields at San will he appointed by the1 chair later and Riven to the press i for Each committee ls and other historic localities. will havr five members. Theie Flonda delegation at the of economic and political i orc-ntation of western to while his spirit inking is a acre gi the finest- lighthouse man has ever Dominican Republic. raised near the city of Santo The universal appeal of the ai- tion Mxl r srral competition The cumuelition rules or described as the- place wheie j brought out in the foreword of i and full freedom of expres- had passed the happiest days j the Pan Ameiican Union's rules' sion was Riven contestants. The be a on on public speaking and Jin- convention made itself the laugh- ing stock of the whole nation. of his life. 'of the mandatory That -was tlie objective set be- 1 find the symbol were that the mcmVrial should be fore the architects of all j which will worthily repiesent the -suitable to .stand on a mound or Thu vico cluil. is more able than any man is to appoint committees of num in c. He can women workers. aud wil1' lcail dewiucrulic niu-ty Headquarters for local j to success and victoiy this j cracy will be in the plate glass n- i religion and prohibition requirements .-it corncji cd I Mi- issues wore not sprung by the PROPOSED TRIP OF BIG BLIMP IS POSTPONED who weie invited to submit dc-1 man and the deed to be com- terrace 40 feet high and that the I signs foi the structure in a com- i memorated the artist must seek I height ol the1 completed structure1 petition under the direction of a universal point of should not exceed 600 the Pan American Union. More vision must include the five cen- In competitors were than architects in 56 coun-1 turies of world histoiy in which i to indicate a compie- strc-ct.s Ilany Qwynn was by vole authoi to dciimicrats. They were brought into the campaign by blight and The veterans' convention opened in the National Theatre with the sinf-ing of national an- tKcrns of Cuba and the United which was followed by an address by Secretary of Com- Rafael Sanchez munications the place a mouth for ti icky men of the republic-tin to employ a stenographer at'paitv. They talked a few pc-i week. I weak men and women of the tics accepted the and the discovery of America is the hcnsive development of the a design is to be selected in the transcendental fact. He must acie which will include an next few months. The lighthouse is to contain the ptoportion of the picture of that Domingo a leading port of call foi It was announced that all cam- lite rat in automobile demociatic lanks and Imally made them believe they hud orig- had been leccivccl and mated arc ready for distribution. That means the salvation adjust his conception to the ample airport intended to make Santo Lne a week would In- sent I fair better i nil _ _ J f _ 11 _ _ I laigest and most powerful beacon historical epoch in which stand iutuie West Indies air tiafl'ic. the interest ol the democratic state and UNFAVORABLE WEATHER CAUSES PLANS TO BE I CHANGED IN i LEAVING FOR U. S. 1 _____ i .AsMwcintcit Oct. 10 llujxo Eckeiier announced that a definite decision had been reached not to start tlv dip in the dirigible Graf Zeppelin tlu- United Stiites today because of unfavorable weather. Everything1 was in the same conditions which halted the trip jeslercl.ij prevailed. FLYING SIMPLIFIED Anaoclated J'rcsto still NEW BUSINESS COLLEGE OPENS ITS FIRST TERM PRESIDENT H. M. SETTLE GIVES LECTURE ON HIS- TORY OF SHORTHAND AND OTHER SUBJECTS FORMER OFFICER COOLIDGE TALKS SHOT IN ON RELIGION AT CHURCH MEETING head of the welcoming committee. President Machado then tfave an address of with Gen- eral James J. comrnaT.J- cr of the responding for the visitors. Mrs. Margaret M. head of the women's and that the head- i national ticket is quaiters would be supplied with j .Judge William V. radio and loud speakers so thai j stick to the democratic local people can hcai nnpoitant Because it stands for spoke for the ladies. made by leaders of the state rights. Gradually and' pal ty in any part of the coun- gradually the Tocia lls for NORRI5 McFALL REPORTED TO BE IN SERIOUS CON- DITION lit has I lodavi Program try. I been Usurping state until j Cuban-American military Excel pis from some of the- ad-' they aie very lew lell. i i i m-iunurulion of the Maine I laza dresses delivered last myhl arc aie bunging icligum b here I into this campaign and nol voting ny Sccret.iry of Public Workt I As Oct. 10.- Xoi former i condition at v.lli in his a .1. a of an allacu iiuidi'iil ified a.ssailanl. moiorless plane he is budding. 1J' V Bl Ul u u i c 1 lipn at the-San this eve-j J'ropellcr is turned bv pedals so arranged that two per- 'iho Key Wcot business occupying Lhf second floor of the Vick ojjeried its fust U-rm last evening with an enroll-1 lueufc of 24 students. I Trebiclcnt II. M. Settle gave a f lecture on Ihe history of Fla.. Oct. lO.-AniDino handwriting but refuse. Me'ia uJaiis to fly to Cu'.n in da_v elaborate On it. CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF NA- TION OUTLINES MANY THINGS IN WHICH AMERI- CAN LIFE IS INTERESTED William R. has no place in poli- tics whatever. A good Catholic is better than a poor and a good Protestant is better than a poor Catholic. I for Smith. No broad-minded man or woman will let this into their minds. are i mining the country. lioot leggers are keep- ing prohibition in effect Hoot- think Governor Smith's own loggers aie supporting the Anti- statement after the nomination i Saloon league. All big contnhu- one of the most courageous acts I lions In the Anti-Halojn league Aniiclnteil Oct. ever displayed by any candidate of any party in this cjr any other country. All others oppose modi- 'Iresaing a general convention of'fication of the prohibition act. Ihe Episcopal church paramount issue in this Chef A. C. Logan pioc-laimcd religion is getting to the veiv liis lheor.y HIM the jjc Mcccssary for the contmua- j tool of the government itself. It of an Antei'miti govcrrimc-nt i H destroying the Loo Carlos M. dc lunch at the Jockey Club and a field clay Camp Columbia. The celebration of As i is held in connection with the festivities being staged for the visiting and j i never the church puts ils j maintenance ol liberties and much wealth in the hands of the fingc-i i in the political affairs of later it a that'country is doom- will end the annual tion of de which nn event Of mucli monwiil each vp.tr in Key West and is looked fpiwnrd to by all local as well as Cubim.-.. BYRDlREPARES FOR TRIP .EXPEDITION PARTY WILL BE GONE FOR LONG PERIOD sons can tvork them. HOLIDAY NOTICE October being1 a legal holiday in the State of Ibis Bank will not be open for SMALL HOPE IS LEFT TO SAVE transaction date. morning with good attendance and splendid prospects for a most successful it is reported. There are openings for only a few more and j .sor Settle says that there an- r.uf-' ficient in prospect to complete the number for which j the school is at present equipped. The president announces that he will give a special lecture to- i GOVERNOR YOUNG STATES i privileges characteiistic 'irican hie. Am- underworld. Sooner branch out in other direc- cannot too he lemind ourselves our i light to he the support of mir principles of our ob- igations to each other in our do- tions. a large city for several years told prostituting their me- the police and other does it matter law enforcement forces are nolh- a man of this religion fIRI affairs and our duty as compared to the cliques J religion holds of ficc. U11VJU abroad and finally the- and rings which controlled was married have cume from bootleggers. If Smith is elected the bootleggers know llicy will go out if j spirit of co-opcralioc is Most the arrayed againM the Catholics today manifested on every hand. EXECWNlf JOLIET PRISON FOURTH TO HANG I-OR OF DEPUTY WARDEN ed. v.ith religion is mixed up Protcstiints 'A man who had been mayor of 'go out and attack a they UK- whether or that by a of business on night on and Its and th'rtt he i fabric of our government itself destinies of the city. So it is to- Catholic- priest. rest on religion. Tt is the day in every the is purely a question of ro- of our religious convic-Maw being only apparently effec-1 ligion huio. I have heard no one THR PIKST NATIONAL HANK OF KEY WEST. octiO-2c SAN Oct. 10. Commander Richard Byrd and rtyt prepared to leave today for long trip which will take them Antarctic regions for a per- from one to three years. Their had been fully stocked with provisions and- sup- and the adventurers cx- pcctud. to embark at flood WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Thursday '-except probably showers in extreme south portion. especially invites the business men of the city to be present. Tlie evening classes will be on Tuesday and Friday of each from 7 to 0 o'clock. HE WILL LET THE LAW ITS COURSE HICKMAN'S CASE I'ons that become the guarantees which have been erected for the IN protection of lives and liberty and .ill the vast body of rights that tivc. reelected four times as cause of but on ac- governor of New a prin-' count of his church. take a stand against Smith be- who was executed here was the fourth one lo hang with an annual expenditure j saying mem- exceeding thnt of some entire Thus we i MOVES TO FORT MYERS FORT Oct. Dr. R. G. author of South Moderate j Live for Health and northeast and cast winds. East and southeast Gentle winds has come to Port Myers to make east j his and one of the first lie He also said we rr-meni- exceeding thnt of some entire j Thus we put upon ourselves a Ilier further that this movement is has a record of j moral obligation. Doyle Carlton i-ri-mtt Uteadily advancing through the j accomplishments. J got a pitiful vote in Key West. SAN Oct. jvears we that it provides a you who arc or j we must give him a large he i complete and devastating answer try to make yourselves believe majority in the general tentiary escape in 1926. north portion and moderate northeast and east over south portion. over j things he did was to partake oi'j That announcement was mVule Governor C. C. Young said would Fct the law take its course Jtn the the cynic and in the case of William Edward'the pessimist. We cannot doubt uhcle'r sentence j that the world is growing for the murder of 12-year-old j------------------------ Marion Pah-Jeer in Los Angeles SALVATION ARMY MAYOR December. that you are figuring on vot- ing for you are only help- j Raymond attack Governor Smith' ing the republican on his He has not tried J you know what the republican to improve religion in New York purty means to the i why .should he try to do so' MONROE THEATRE TODAY half of a cocoanut custard on top of the -failure of his plea drink a glass of water for his lunch. His E. R. contented himself with '-lice of the other half. for an appeal to the Uniic.l England. Oct. -J. E. lord William H. is hard to find out who States Supreme whiph j is conductor of the Salvation seemed to make it certain that j army band in which his four Ilickman. will die on the gullov onv. and six daughters all play. governs this country. .All Protest- ant churches held a season of in the United is prohibition doing for the In olden days a young man addicted to drink was prayer. They seem to bn against ostracised from decent society the saloon and especially against j Now the young man without a Smith. on Page VAMPING VENUS Featuring Louise FazcncU. -I I _ Oct. of 15 or 20 million peo- j voted in the thus for the slaying of Deputy War- that we are democrats. den Peter Klein during a peili- 't f i t J 5' j'l Jf'fVL T EWSPAPER   

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