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   Key West Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1928, Key West, Florida                               Associated Press Day Wins Service Citizen For 49 Years Dtjvoted to the Interests of Key West VOLUME XLiX. No. 248. KElf 1528. PRICE CENTS New Registration Books Are Turned Over To Supervisor Lighter-Than-Air Crdjt On Boom As Big Zeppelin fibres Atlantic BRAXTON WARREN ANNOUNCES FOR COMMISSIONER INCUMBENT OF OFFICE OUTLINES ACTIVITIES OF COUNTY DURING HIS AD- MINISTRATION i Eruxton D. Warren has an- nounced as candidate i'or county commissioner ior reelection from the- second distiict in the general i election in November. Mr. Wav- ed by W. G. Lurry and Mrs. Leon ren was nominatcd in lhc pl.jmarv assisting the supervisor's i 'crcc. The commissioners had au- OTHER MATTERS ARE TAKEN UP AT MEET- ING OF COMMISSION- ERS LAST NIGHT Books for the general election made necessary by the re- cently created additional number of Vcting have been com- pleted jand turned over to the supervisor of Will G. Curry reported to the county commissioners at the regular -meeting last night. The work had been accomplish- June. In making his homed thc expenditure by the Mr- Wamm has the foliowinft to sifpeivjsor oi in hu-mg this submit the volers. clerical help. Since the supervisor had not had time to check up the new Permit me to announce that I am a candidate for reelection to the oifice of County the commissioners could not cr from the gecond Commission- the 3ob last j ers l am thc j Democratic nominee selected by Alfred Higgs addressed the I the le of m commissioners on behali of the h.we that my nomina. Tar-men voters of the city Uon fQr .mother term an cx_ that improvements be brought vossion of conf ideTM.e in me based I about in conditions that prevail upon my past record. J u at the such as were wit- l been Commis. nes-ed at the recent primary. It's j sjoncr twenty_two have .a disgrace to he i worked earnestly and in _ that the_ nt-irow paths conscicntiously for the people of thc entire county. I havc been a between the lines OL workers were such that voters simply had to elbow their way thiough in many that the condition had embarrassed manv women who thai they w-il to the polls under such annoying i into offi of ihe high. circumstances. He showed that a bridgcs navc becn built rt.t OF ELEVEN BIG DIRIGIBLE CONTINUES ON LONGVOYAGE GERMAN ZEPPELIN TERS HEAD WINDS DURING CONTRIBUTIONS IN CAMPAIGN MADE KNOWN DEMOCRATIC ORGANIZATION ENTIRE CREW OF DIS- ABLED CRAFT WAS BROUGHT TO THIS PORT TRIP TO UNITED I REPORTS STATE1 I ANM.X-I d i the1 Ailinlir 'oil On its a1. I 'i the I f il Eleven comprising the crew of an 80-ton auxiliary ves- sel which wrfi reported in a sink- ing condition in the gulf last were brought into this port v.ell .mt.on.il ro-n P'-'' ed re.-eipis for 1 hos. 1_. at an early hot Thc which REPORTS THREE PERSONS DONATE EACH AuxoH.-Hi'il Oct. fonuht h .vimi- ol which he' p-s..... alon-' j morning. the r o.i-t ol Spain. J. .1. Kaskob and Chalkpits owned by thc Porter Dock T.-in it'iuel Olurk. ol Yo. L .il nv. id. j was dispatched to the scene last night following a radio I message received by thc local ivilnitfhl fi-stc-i flff UTJJ a BT o .Made.ia JJANHA1 1 AN cii the wi-. repoil'Mi' OPENS she no s-liovtlv Ijffoie noon by lhe ileaiu- .sh.ip r C'.i'-Ue. The d i m- il.le over ivile ahead until hei D OWNER OF SAN- Lakt inn i i reached where to ai i K e e.uU Si'day An aui'iiM nlancs follow id OPENS CAFE part of the county government improvements which j been made in thc county. Successful passage of the new dirigible Graf Zeppelin across Atlantic from Ger- many is expected to revive interest in the big airships. Chart sho thc Los Angeles' course in 1924. Dr. Hugo Eckencr bunt thc new craft and Lieut. Comm. C. E. U Thcre wag not ft foot of publ s. was a guest on thc trial flights. the no one within less dining- my cncumbency in ofCioe. which was built hv Get- group. many lor the United States and Il-JJj flew to this unintiy and i Imhter-than-dh- it-raft stands on hero in will uivc this bad. to England without mishap' uvam in Yoi k. It i.s possible the b '-hip s lil hut thought doubtful if it v ill no laithfi the rivei Auoidinu to received at the war the British llL lhe woik countiy two nijd scout eruibeis and sc-veial years in 1han 1 j eft of the entrance con- the threshold of I believe my services have in the dr-U' Zepuel n will conic into the State I v ll-' an expe.imental thc Los Angles flew m.ieaue IM to the nav.tl station at N. J. 1S not at mtcrcht diminislicd to such a point the Los Anfjulub wa.s the only in tho worl'l. jFm-' 1 i pjvmacy. Jn thc eaily days when diriuible is seen as th- I lnal wlinns so that ..ur-wonien can go meant poh-' the Los Anaclcs to the I -t ilic nfM I fit fj T-l d r-irt L. ij v t i to UK prtls xot He stated jn m-da ol- successiul In the mean- anfl 1 IIP f f m o Jills fJi TV uidu jni wda fjAjlt_ j Demo-' developments in the imlus I to other most torn h'om her body while H ls my dc. i virtualh all develop. approachiiiR a votini- place in thc J tty' pdl LlcuUl 'IK recent primaiy. Chairman Kirchhcincr stated that he thought most oi the con- i lusion at the primary booths was j on Paife Fivel j Dinted States e. of similar allied development in this cialt ceased. Intcrc.sL I hurst tint 1 Mondav RECEPTION FOR Knowledue the construction ol lhe vi-. el' in Lo have l.ni l l 'i 'i Manhattan Ue.-t.Mi lhc latest it O'l to the Ly-- 1 IMC s section oi' open its doors n t-hl at o'clock with SIK i ial attiac- tr e features to.1 all niv'-ts un Lh o'jenmn niKht. i 'The is well Icno'.vn tlic piopjietoi in I hi Sanitiii N l t'ne l IK r ol iMan'iattan CaU and he ha- cd t' i it alt'cictive in fit1.n us a'.d i ill trv'i e i '1 lie main di.i'M'i ilooi i- de- xole'l lo v.hi ii' I e e.ui se il j b-jtv.een 10 nd puest He l Tifffe'iidt ii'i A that induced me to my candidacy to the voters of that party in its regular primary. I am a cifjur picker by have always been identified with v.ith the Ltis NI'AV Ott Ihe i n Englan.1 the U-100 j o luo airbhips. ar'to the onlv airship over buili Ou.Um head ol the heinft to completion in the ..amUy the Shonundoah navv s ter Urn- Springers and Hens Older Today for Sunday Phone 510 Kuperl 114 Simonlon We Deliver organized labor. I havc been hope that they lie thc foie-j runnels of a lonjy distance in the mysterious loss a-ul l.ictit. C. R. the I on I'ai'e n-i ei e d oi' A i i Ihe Ciiaf upon ai rival. cliredcd by Rear Adnuial I i i Ml ies ale to y out chief ol the navjl v. i to meet the d.i milile. An ol I vs ill be mil Jniiiii.N after which I'or tvvo dav.s nunibei of Diximi le in thc Mediterranean mid Ihe explosion of i df- pcndable ail liner service thai member of the cijrar pickers union will extend to for approximately forty a of It-.JS. j director for twelve and for lhls plans M H.- the past fitecn years I have lican j for constfiiction'of two of Ihe j dm nm the woild v.ar ov picsidcnt of the 1 crart ever ppelins similyr ciall eonj built. They willi the Los structed by the I utiei s and si vcn. luncheons will lie MONROE THEATRE Today and Salmday BEGGARS OF LIFE Featuring- Wallace Beery and although f frequently expressed my debire to my fellow members havc insisted upon my continued serv- as their leader. In the general election all Com- missioners arc elected throughout the entire counly. I therefore the support of the elccto1 of Monroe County regardless of Ihe district in -which one may lie J registered. I believe f will be I overwhelmingly and T promise continuance of faithful service in thc interest of the peo- ple of my native county and state. I SPECIAL SATURDAY Fresh Killed Key West Beef and also Dressed Chickens. PALACIOS' MEAT MARKET j 608 Duval Street Phone 255-J Look At These Offerings Men's Kirschbaum and other brands in the latest modes and patterns presented under our spec- ial close out prices Saturday and Monday at the J. G. Kantor Store-Duval St. Flannels and Tropical values A At marked down i'or this ofrering-s to Men's .White Broadcloth real buy at MEN'S J3TRAW STRAIGHT AT ONLY The Store of Fashion Specializes in ih.tl fil every occasion mid W found lo fit every our claim. Hundreds of ficfl customers nrr ijet- mlo lhc habit of iclcct- ihor shoos from Kpcrinl and Monday You Ono of I lie Wise Hose Mnich Kvnry Shntlc of .Shoo in Stock The Store of Fashion Appelroulh REMOVE STATION Aixix'ln'ctl FORT Oil 12. I.-ical ITS nl thc Ijnitcii Slates lidr'lci p.iiidl has liccn rc- I moved from Koit I'icrie .ind the1 various at the st.llion liavo het'ii td dill'lent ''llit'S the e ist The i i ear.dii_ foi the liair.fei lie I tau'-o of a l.ick of alien '-iiiii'n- Lhi.s it slat- jdimici- a'ul but on lhe solt drinks The. e v ill be 1 liair DHI- on 1 oi e idc of the i i stall.1 lilt fo. the .1 i-on.ii'od itioll of the llllicll The eooklllL' i b done i x'lei le.'ii I'd cooks and ivilhni 'e.iiie tlul I made his Ilihliiui- .1.1 i ill pi ail in Ihi i. le. fio.v.i' tn .ilxiii' Coin opened Ih'1 'iiil.nv I''staina.il .iliout bl'icK lu I. oi n h s in -en I In- i on ti I 'ind this i hii i an t I i ope i In M Mniois iiiiliili .ibout the Us ml'iioi dcc'iia- lion ol I IIM el I and i idi for th' Gardner's Pharmacy all Pricer. Rir-hl Duvnl Slrccl j Now rur.l p'-r mile of only one lliird thu cost of in 1913. Tire i Service Station I'lionr 150 steamship company from thc mas- ter of tlio steamship of thc Leyland which reported having picked up thc men about 15 miles .southeast of American Shoals light station. The Petrel met the tillian off thc taking the men after which the AntilHnn pro- ceeded on lo its declination. The Leyland rescuing thc w.s en route from Orleans to Liverpool. Thc auxiliary vessel hccamc dis- abled several days ago when it discovered that lhc boat wai in a leaking and tha crew had been drifting helplessly about In thc gulf in thc mean- time. It w.is slated that the ves- sel sinking rapidly iho Silcamcr came along at which lini3 thc crew abandoned thc ship giv- ing up all hope of it ever lining saved as lhc sea was rather llicre being nothing left for tho men lo do but nave themselves. The crew of thc ill-fated vessel was composed of the following J. L. Wil- B. D. M. R. H. J. P. J. Mcllcr and John Williams. I FRESH KILLED PORK f 0 9 i i I Peters and Beacon Brand a limited of- fer at Manhattan Cafe j WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS Saturday at 6 o'Clock j DINNER AND LUNCHEON WILL BE j SERVED UNTIL 12 P. M. f SPECIAL HOME MADE CALIFORNIA FRUIT j ICE CREAM with Home Made Cake. j MAPLE NUT ICE AND FANCY ICE 5 CREAM SANDWICHES for Saturday i ICE CREAM SUNDAES and Refreshments. j All Kinds of Home Made CAKES and PIES. j SPECIAL j The best selected FLORIDA OYSTERS just j arrived. TURTLE STEAK FRESH FJSH 1 WESTERN STEAKS j The bc.t selected FRESH TOMA- j TOES and FRUITS. j MANHATTAN Duval Street i e o MEN Of Key Wesft Something unheard of before. A Manhattan Jjroaddoth Shirt of fine quality. A new line that will appeal to your good taste and your pocketbook. A dressy a wear- able Shirt. These are White Broadcloth with or without collar and regular value for only ....tD Fine Woolen mostly the large sizes. A regular O buy for Broadway Shop Values Stand SANITARY RESTAURANT SPHCIAL DINNER AND LUNCHEON DELICIOUS SANDWICHES ON TOAST and BREAD. Open Day and Night Sanitary Restaurant Duval Street j I Frcnh Cccf Tongues and 1 i j Hearts I j per and 51 p j j Mixed per doz. 39c I j White per doz 42f I j per Ib f I I Picnic per Ib 25c 5 Fresh Pork per s M Ib Fresh Pork per '5 ft i Fresh Pork per i i i I Premium per I I j Ib 30p I i s Premium per Ib s I Monroe Meat Market I I Phone 411 510 Fleming St. 1 I ________ -___________I NOTICE There will be a meeting at the Democratic Committee Duval and tonight at 8 for thc purpose of organizing a Yo-ungr Democratic Club in Key West. All voters under 30 arc urged to be present and take part in the mancnt will be clcted. GEORGE Chairman for Organization by Order of the State Executive Committee Through trict Chairman. lEWSPAPliRf   

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