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Key West Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1928, Key West, Florida Associated Press Day Service Citizen For 49 Years Devoted to the Interests of Key West XLIX. No. 245. KEY OCTOBER 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS Enthusiastic Demonstration Planned For Democratic Rally Secrecy Preserved On Oil-Burning Motor This Evening At Bjayview To Advance Aviation ____ M -mff v V LOCAL SPEAKERS TO BIG PRICE PAID BE HEARD ON OCCA- BAND TO FUR- NISH MUSIC The big democratic rally is ex- pected to draw a tremendous crowd to Bayview park this eve- ning. Preparations are being made for a most enthusiastic demon- stration at which addresses will te made by local speakers iand music furnished by the Key West Civic band under direction of Haydn it -was learned local democratic headquarters today. i Harry in charge of the states that this will be one of the most no- table political gatherings in the history of the and he urges every one to be see what done and hear what is said. The Young Men's Democratic Club of Key West is cooperating in the movement and will prob- ably have a speaker on the stand i tonight to awake in the younger voters an interest in politics and accentuate the importance of cast- ing a ballot in the general elec- tion. George chairman of the stated. i The issues involved in the presi- 1 dential campaign will be discusrf- 1 stressing the importance of all Florida standing by the demo- ic all the way says the club secretary. There will be entertainment it is thai will pQR SEAf OTflrir FOUR HUNDRED AND FIVE THOUSAND SIXTY- DOL- LARS IS RECORD PRICE RE- PORTED seat' AnvllClllflMl NKW Oct. on the stock exchange was ic- poi ted as being sold today for which is an increase of 815.000 over the record price paid last CHINESE REBES AGAINST NEWS CENSOR Details as to the Packard Motor1 Car Company's new Diesel type I of oil burning airplane motor are i carefully guarded. The above picture shows the enclosed cabin i type of monoplane used in recent rbut the engine itself is not' permitted to be photographe'.l. Capt. L. M. Woolson j aeronautical designed I Hie motor. I COMPLAIN WITH ESTAB- LISHMENT OF NATIONAL GOVERNMENT THAT IT IS STILL HANDICAPPED By MORRIS J. HARRIS AN.....-II.U-.I rrew Oct. i Chinese i long by j strict military have make the rally tonight one that struck their first blow for free- will be well worth the while t.f dom of the press. They demand anyone io and the public i the right to take their placi among cordially invited. AT SPRINGFIELD WILL BE HEARD AT THIS EVENING Oct. the world's newspapers as pur- veyors of unbiased news instead officially approved propagandas with the establishment of the Na- tionalist government and so-called recognition of the people's they are still unable to print the news uncurbed. In an effort to break down this long1 established pub- especially those in Shang- have formed an association I with the one and specific purpose of forcing the Nanking govern- 1 mcnt to throw into the discard the Oct. cal tit-tails and even a close-up Ult. public v ew of the new aviation dcpaitmcnt. tvpe of oil-burning airplane mo- toi with which the Paekaid Moloi Cai company is canning on pi'i'imejit-j hei e are being with-j li.'-lcl until final have been Great care is heiiigj Uikeii Unit the construction secrets i Hint made possible recent sue-J ccssful tests of the motoi remain uithin the Par Iwii Tin- n io of is i Ihe invent-on of Cant. L. M. aeronautical engrinocr of Ihej company. It is a Diesel on-j hul a tvpe of cn-j ntdYmg the Diesel uple of oil for fuel. In its con-1 struclion Captain it is hafr-accomplishod what many been do liui means to thy aulomol pai t'u ulai Iv av'uit only hinted il fuither j Junds te-.l out the prelim-1 othei inaiy h-ive mdii Thy is a a r-cool- c-d find il'10 horse ilia-tut on spniK pin other pai Is discai'lod i of lU nut If-wi pails en- IcntiK its c-on-tiuf lit.n than go FIRST MONTH OF SCHOOL TERM ENDS FRIDAY TEACHERS PAID HALF OF SALARY OWING TO OE- PLETED FUNDS OF SCHOOL DEPARTMENT The end of the past rounded out the month ol _thc piesent rchool term and bi ought with it the fiibt foi vs Hue I o tbo present depleted condition of the school it was found impossible to paj the salai es lor tho month in school officials icpoil. County Superintendent Melvin E. in explaining- the sit- .states that only GO of salaiy pr.ij. A1 tachod to each tcacliu 's cluck j was .1 letter from the vuperiii- I informing the insliuLtorn I that tlicv would urobably icccive onlv per cent of tlieii wages l in but tli.it in i JJcK arbor the full month's saUi- i together v ith all be he stadd. Mi. Rjsscl' said that he found 'ihis couifcc absolutely HIM hfi.i'i snortagc of school The latter I'-nuk just at time. nicht of taies will t in No- he niter that time the schools uill have ample or teachers' and all pei'ot'iig oi' the leacheis seemed to realise the .situation and ex- no dis atisfa'-i while y few .shovycd di.suppoint- said the SUIMJI mtcndcnt. E EXPECTS TO LAND 4 P. H. BANQUET GIVEN AT LA CONCHA ON SATURDAY Veteran for Smith MAMMOTH BLIMP BAT- TLES HEAVY WINDS EXPERIENCED DUR- ING SUNDAY AFFAIR WAS CLOSING TURE OF CHRISTIAN DEAVOR SOCIETY TRICT CONVENTION EN- D1S- An clalioi iitc at Oonclwi Saturdiiv night was Un- closing fcsiture of tin- hii-.ti.iM llndenvoi Soc tion in Fil'tj covis i Mrs. Frank Kfigf the tainers. The c nouiiced most well and the picj-sed as lj pleased uith then se Mr sni'i I pi inciji.il cnti-i ent pro- debghlful faie- visitols I emu- hig'i- 01 dial ii'- I'r Ocl. Gra ID. The Zeppelin passed over Wash- and sinipli- inc n is developed compiession VOLCANO IS ACTIVE AGAIN Hoover was greeted by of censorship. a crowd estimated at dur- ing his brief stop here on the way to Boston where he is to speak to- night. He said Massachusetts should be proud of seven and a half years of Coolidge administiation and the republican paity should be returned to office because many great issues are to be set- tled.' i____. __. For scores of years Chinese newspapers have managed to exist in spite of a continually chang- ing- governmental each keen to prevent the publication of news that might prove harmful to his shortlived regime. As a re- prior to the coming- of the Nationalists Chinese dailies were forbidden to print news of poli- tical developments or to editorial- j ize on governmental changes tak- lo Hie weight of the puwci plant io less than three pounds per horsepower unit. Ifeie- to foie the 1 uhtest oil-bt'ruing en- gine h.in Wcig-hoid 100 pounds pet horsepower making it adapt- able only to big power plants and boats. Captain Wuols-on Has declined to discuss details of his engine tvpo I I'd in t'o I he heavier Of JjjCfarf lliotol ivj '-on lruction_ .said Io bi- nctoi iling to I'.itlc- ard impoitant se- ci'ts would be instfinllv appaien1- to n tiaini d obbcrvti il a view of it weie permit- ted. Hence photographs s not been allowed Io ial.c u fiont viev. close nn of tiic Htinson moiio- in which the new motor has been iiT-talled lor the present KILAUEA IS KNOWN WORLD'S LAREGST VOLCANO AS for as have others j t ests. MANHATTAN CAFE ARCHDUKE ALBERT ANMIH-IJI foil Oct. In- liviibland Steam Navigation Coin- puny announced of a re- port that Kilauea volcano on the island of Hawaii again beconi ing unusually sictive. Kilaucu is known as the largest active volcaTio. It has shown signs of activity several limes in the last two vears. V 117 Hey West AsrOUnd Half n D mile From beacon IW I ing place. As a result the dailies for a time i educed to print- i ing trivialties to which the mili- tarists in no objected. Requests that postal rates on newspapers be reduced have also Ferryboat Key which left i been handed in along- with the .itecumbe at 8 o'clock yesterday other requests and demands. The ivforning ran aground about half i publishers declare they are forced mile from beacon No. 10 ot'i Lit-I to pay a far higher rate on news- tie Pine and was still stuck papers than is charged on other hard and fast at this after-j bulk material going- thiough the noon with no one knowing- just Chinese mails. Avhen the vessel may be The publishers have not stopped according to telephone reports -with complaints dealing with mat- from No Name slip. There was I ters purely connected with their no sailing from No Name at 8 this newspapers. They have also ask- morning. The Florida Keys ed that the telephone comnitmica- ed frem theie this afternoon to tions between the more important bring the passengers delayed at t Chinese cities be improved and which include the golf that the newspapers be allowed players who left Saturday for Mi- I to use them for transmission of OPENS SATURDAY MAY mONE PROPRIETOR MUCH PLEASED WITH FELICITATIONS EXTENDED APPEARS TO BE LEADING j RE- PORTS STATE JUNIOR RED CROSS TO AID SUFFERERS The new Manhattan C-ife t opened to the nublic O-l j _ i son oi UK I night and the D. Goi-i Tl weal thy AixhduM- va.s. expressed himself as well today appeared to isficd and deeply appieciative of'the kading contender -foi the-j the felicitations extended to him. throne of vacant s'ncf A special dinner was the ol King ChaiJesJ Saturday and Sunday and the in SCHOOL CHILDREN IN AF- FECTED AREA TO BE TAKEN CARE OF days' special -items at- opcnin tiactcd a considerable number of i that whom expressed j hold to select a km if. themselves as pleased with the upi The premier looks with dlfela- WEST PALM Oct. 15. of the national Junior Premier Bethlen has announced i Red Cross will aid school children a referendum is soon to 1.ei.it Gicen Acres and any other ami. day. They should arrive late to- All the cars and some of news. With the establishment of the Nationalist capital at Nanking left the has come serious problems for the passengers abpard West yesterday morning are Shanghai Chinese dailies. reported as being still on the stranded vessel. SIGNS CONTRACT TO MANAGE CLUB Practically all government news originates at Nanking hut the publishers complain they have no facilities for getting it to Shanghai. There are now two telephone lines between Shanghai and Nanking. The newspapers are limited to one hour daily Cor using the lines for press work. The telegraph lines are too they claim. Two of the leading dailies to date appointments of the cafe and the excellent service. Mr. Gorvas will continue to operate his Sa-nitarv Restam-ant next to the Monroe Theatre. Thc new cafe is a most attrac-j tive place with its well interior emphasized with mirrors and pictures. A splendid coips' of help assists in the serving the guests and excellent chefs have charge of the menu daily. I This cate will cater particu- j larly to the tourist and the home folk who like to dine out. Sea foods and fresh western cuts of meat will give the guests a wide selection of choice foods. voi on Archduke JfJ-ycai- old son of King place in hurricane area -where re- lief is A. L. na- tional Red Cross an- nounced today. i cepl on and ho pitublo enU rt'iin- mcnt while here as delegates and i i ol C. K. Society. Mat head of tin children's himu1 society in lv- -.onville. lie ues the principal speaker and delivered three ad- duiing the convention he i e. closing session a lut on unaniinoiiily voting the Kuv iiiuetinj.1 one of tho most successful irt UK ol the 01 the delegates never been more coidiuliy received nor moie entei tainod. In clcttion iif officers for the ensuing I'Jlmei ol '.'a- Mifi Annie Foil Lautlt-r Ivltia 11 e.tsui er.' ndf'ldak selected '-ussi'in. til T. cit.cctor of the of the Dcr.i- wi.iuc National CopiirmtcT .ind fir- mer Coinii.rndcr of dip Amciicin Ainiy of Occup.itio'i in Germ.my. CHINESE TONGS AT WAR AGAIN SF.VERAL CASUALITIES ARE REPORTED FROM ACTIVITIES j Ingtoti at noon and over Balti- more at 1 p. in. Coining into Washington the ship headed diiectly for the White t t House. After circling over thai and the capitol building it look a turn around the navy department I building and accompanied by air- disappeared to the north. President Coolidge joined thou- sands who stood out in the open looking- at the Zeppelin. Hundreds of v. histlcs greeting as noonday cheered and waved greetings. A package seen to have been dropped from the low flying ship had not been located when the Zeppelin disappcaied in the dis- tance. ASSOCIATED msl S MEAD- 1 KOI I I 01 till' Kour loieigii i b nulgarm were represented hons I rom e.u h Vhginia iJeif. was Other i.uno from Mian dale and Most of -Chinese i the o.i Mollai and by pei ounti Mi s v. idcly known in attL'iuhuice. and visitoi s t Lnudei the Palm Ho.ich sect on. them can e autoiiio- I in Ghi- bilo and left yesterday. ovei the highwa Oct. lungs were ut '1 he. death Usll bieali ol .Sunday 1 in 1 in Phila- delphia and '2. in Washington. Police guarded I he Chinese sec- tions these and othei cities. The- Fatalities were among of Hip Ring and On Tongs v.hich h.id been at peace since 'igning o'.' formal pact Mat-Lh list so- i ictie--' otttbieaks in which there weie several killings in easU-in shrieked crowds I PROMINENT SOUTHEERN WOMEN LIVING IN NEW YORK ARE SUPPORTING SMITH th l 01 c Tani- nl Tain- congress WASHINGTON. Oct. 15. Johnson signed a three year contract to man- have resorted to wireless in an age the Senators today. I fort to day's news into REV. MORRISON DIES TODAY their editions the following morn- ing. WITHOUT EXCEPTION ITS USERS BOOST GENERAL TIRES Lowe's Service Station ISO MANX GET CABLE E R A T O R OF FREE CHURCH ASSEMBLY WAS 62 YEARS OLD Anwoclated Oct. Isle of romantic island off the west coast of Eng- will be linked with England by a telephone cable. Oct. J5. George Herbert moderator of the United Free Church assembly two years died today. MANHATTAN CAFE Special and Regular Fresh and Meats Daily Oymtrrn and Sea Food Specialty DUVAL ST. with Smith on I that he has the when UK supp'iil many rcprcscnlat ivc-. in i enabled the south to defeat the torce provided that I United ti oops slum Id be put in southern polling j I The m.in v deep and fundamental I calls on southern woman to I defeat tin republican .so 1 a luligious equation i to inalu I his feature i 1 We Muilhoin women ot New supporting the democratic and its Alfred E. are Four prominent .southern wo- men living in New Yoilt have signed and caused to be circu- lated throughout the south the following- keeping with the 'whisper- ing tactics' which have been em- ployed against the democratic candidate for the it has reached us from man.v points in the south that women voters there have been advised that .southern -women resident in New York are uniformedly opposed to the candidacy of Alfred i the undeisigned women of j the who have in York for the last and all the while participating the activities of the women of the southern colony in New advise you authoritatively that southern women hore. with hut few ly supporting the nominee. are unreservedly for Gov-' Gunter former piesidcnt ernor because apart from the Dixie Club ol New his personal- he is the and head of the Sample standard bearer of the which 'never wavered in opposing I the efforts of the republicans to j keep the south in serfdom for an-' other and which by itsj persistent opposition finally re-1 leased the south from the horrors of reconstruction. I cannot believe that a 'iouthern woman will vote for a party which for the past years has unremittingly attacked white supremacy in the unless her usual common sense is perverted SIGHTED OFF CAPE CHARLES Oct. Graf Zeppelin passed west of at a. in. after having been bighted ovot apo a short ti'ilKr earlier. The big dnigible will visit Washington. Baltimore and Phila- delphia en route to New where it is expected to arrive p. the navy ds- purtnietit wa.s advised liy Lieulen- ant-Coniinandei who is uhoaid the dirigible. BLIMP BATTLES WITH HEAVY WIND NKW Oct. position nl Graf Zeppelin at 7 a m eastern was given about 100 miles eaht of Cape Hat turns in a radio message le- here from the dirigible. II also stated that the airciaft Incii battling wind and saying it was continual- ly forced off its course Sunday the flight from Friedrich- to the United The honorary president of the New Yoik United Uaugh- j tei.s ol the- JJessic j Martin former New Yoil. division United Daugh- ters ol the m'ijtant- J T. honorary president democratic' NQW York chapter United Daugh- df the Hose message stated that the was not expected to reach NT until this after- BAR TO VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE AsMocIn Oct. ot aid p'lpils of Richmond public schools in se- lecting vocations for which they arc best suited is to be estab- lished by the city school board DISCONTENTED CROESUS Oct. well known gate crasher was invited to try to his way on an an- mail lie objected be- cause it carried mail. When re- minded that he had ridden on mail he there's a lot of difference if you're thrown by insidious such and launched by and specious propa- as Tam- other prejudices the opposition just for such a purpose. would be strange indeed for southern voter to find fault Oct. Awgustc railway says inheriting an Amer- ican uncle's fortune will cause him He is going- to continue his rail- way he says. MONROE THEATRE TODAY The Hawk's Nest STRAND THEATRE TODAY Three Ring Marriage i
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