Key West Citizen, October 17, 1928

Key West Citizen

October 17, 1928

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Issue date: Wednesday, October 17, 1928

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Key West Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1928, Key West, Florida Associated Press Day Wire Service Citizen For 49 Years Devoted to the Interests of Key West VOLUME XLiX. No. 247. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOMIl 17, l'J28. PRICE FIVE CENTS AREJtEPORTEDJ CHICAGO FOUR EXPLOSIONS IN HONOR BENEFACTOR TALLAPOOSA TO BE STATIONED AT KEY WEST WIDELY SCATTERED PARTS OF CITY TO- DAY OF BLIND AT MEET IN ST. LOUIS OCT. 18 INFORMATION RECEIVED IN CITY IN TELEGRAM FROM A- CHICAGO, Oct. 17. An explosion of four bombs in widely scattered parts of the town today broke otherwise a calm here. Three of the bombs were directed at tire and battery shops, and the fourth at a shoe store. Owners of the places were unable to suggest a motive, but police say they see a hand of labor racketeers in the tire shop bombings. TWO INJURED IN EXPLOSION AT VEBIGRE COUNTRY-SCHOOL DYNAMIT- ING SIMILAR TO DR-. LEWIS V.u Jwdjlalq for 50 the ou-sed old- Jn hc was aP' i todny. Two chddicn miincd ni Ihe CXplosiMIl fU'j In a hos- pital The the ran1 in Ihe Illinois hotnhmg, plan led in the school house Only Ihe fact that th-j children j had j-rone out to nla.v iiist hefoic' pointed by the governor of New1 York as chairman of a state com-' mission to study thc causes ofi blindness. Since then he has been active in such social -work even lo the extent ol financing from his own pocket some eatly years ol the national society. Garris says thc percentage of blindness 's sore eyes has ex-plosion p.evenled a heavy jcut G4 ccnl in lhc 20 hst. Nc.ther school teachets or i school trustees could advance any motive tor the dynamiting. I years. BANK ROBBERY IN ARKANSAS RAINS RETARD FARM WORK IN MANY SECTIONS BANDITS MAKE GET-AWAY REPORT ISSUED SAYS CIT- RUS CROP IN FLORIDA NOW GREATLY IM- PROVED WJTH IN CASH is v Aanocutled McGJIEK, Aik., Oct. A court for culling down shade trees to 'iffSTcc W.TV for Ins station. TWO ARE DEAD FROMJLIZZARD SEVERAL ARE MAROONED ON PIKES PEAK, REPORT j t Aillinii! Iht' ipprdvtil of the MI Oct. eiU council. Those tiuos vveio I o- 17 id, car old New moved to impiovc the Idling sta- KiiElfind. is passing through After Ihe inavoi's sta- j'.lie nnvi i (tpei icricc of absent'' had been operating Iti'l govcinmeiil by a nrtivoi rebidim- disti K t !hal he in jail in another city WJl- into u business dis- Aiidii-w "1-iossv" t !H' was dunned a nd (onvitt- yoling, .'ed-han'ed rl "r "pciiiting a gasoline sta- gtuned national note when he -mou'Lion without a pc-iinit, and I lie di-.- eleclion as mayoi ol Newhuiypoi I L assessed in last winter. But the iiuit oi nniiosed a sentence ol toiy has had a taint ol bitterness days during a nonc-too-siiioothly 'run-j "Bossy" appealed. And while Hint- administration. And mm 'ilis appeal was pending he vumhl is m jail in Salem Lhe state firo marshal for aid a j-asoline station rl- for storage of gaso- legally 'line The Nevvbuiyport City That filling station has been a' Council expel icriced a change ol Miuice ot both ambition and hoart and voted him a put nut. His tribulation for Mayor Gillis, even '-ought goal apparently with- long beloie he became mayor Mayor Gillis was plans to dispense gasoline at i movnl to tears. But more coin- chosen corner ol undoubted com-1 plications over the question ol mcicial value early ran on tin t uasoline tollowed. locks ol a zoning'ordinance and, And when his case was i each- official disapproval. supeiior court "Uossy" Gdlis' decision to seek the clnel Pleaded guilty to thc thaifics. executive office of his (home ua-, Sentence ol 00 days' hard labor lone ol the fruits of his dil- alul of were imposed ferences with previous city ad While "Koss-, S" Ii rends dis- mmistrations. After a clean-cut cuss plans Joi a p.uole, insisting victory at the polls, "Bossy" at1 that he has clone much Jor the city once became best- -md contending that he is mone known mayor. The lact that he popular-than mayor CITY, Oct. When Jose De Neon Toral, year-old ait student of Guadala- jara, shot and killed Mexico's president-elect, Gen Ahaio Obie- gon. piobably he least ol.all pi'e- sumed his lilt- would be spaied beyond peremploij cour-tmartial and execution. Possibly a day longei of life. maybe or three, he may have hoped lot. but Mexican histoiy replete with piecedent aplenty for summary action those guilt.v ol such deeds as his. Uut the same influence that ed him I rum death on the spot at the hands ol General Obie- uron's I fiends has taken a course the most hope! ul would haidl> have lorecast. and today, three months after the assassination, in a icslauianl at San Angel, near here, July 17, Toial is still although a pusoner and lacing criminal liial b.v the civil authori- ties for his deed. The mtluence that saved him on the ol his crime was the advice of the more onservative at the which ended in Obregon's death. I they said, when some j would have shot him on the spot "Wail, and lit us see who else is in fins thing If we kill him vvc shall have destroyed 0111 best evi- dence against Ihe others, and pi bablv the real mnlelac- toi.s. is this man but a lord "loial's lif ;