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   Key West Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1928, Key West, Florida                               Associated Press Day Wire Service Citizen For Years Uovoted to the Interests of Key West VOLUME XLIX. No. 248. OCTOIiEK 1928. PRICE FIVE Young Men's Democratic Club Holds Enthusiastic Meeting SESSION LAST NIGHT j FEARS FELT FOR BRINGS TOGETHER A LARGE NUMBER OF WORKERS FLYING COUPLE NOW MISSING The Young Men's Democratic Club of Key West held a very enthusiastic meeting al the coun- ty Court house last night and laid an even bigger meeting to be held jn Ihe same place at 8 o'clock tomorrow night. v The young men who were present laid plans for au active campaign from the prcs-cnt lime to the time of the election. More than fifty young were present and in- dications were that there well bc more than Ibrcc limes that num- ber tomorrow night. Discussions the obstacles that are being mot in personal solicitation of voles occupied most of ihe meeting. Members report- i. i i i i i. i i A slorm lashed Green bay last ed the objections thai arc being raised by persons who have ex- shortly after the-couple left pressed their intention to split the i on the flight and a search was COAST GUARDSMEN MAKING SEARCH PARTIES LEAVING MICHIGAN ARE FOR FROM LARGE FUND FOR SUFFERERS OF HURRICANE AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS WILL EXPEND OVER KOUR MILLION DOLLARS IN WORK Twain AndHarte Live Still In Memories On Old Gold Camp Site AsnoelAtedt Freacl Oct. -Searching coast guardsmen Lo- liad not located Thomas and his wife of Sturgeon and fear increased the airplane in which they set oul over Green Bay yesterday had been forced down and they Associated Oct. 18. American National Hed j Cross will use a lotul of 000 to assist the Hurricane- suffer- j era of Porto Rico and the Vh-gin and great deal than thai amount is needed to complete the Gov. John W. Martin was advised in a report filed at the executive of- fice here by Acting Chairman James L. Fieser. Mr. Fieser's dated Sept. 2'J. shows the organization's activities in rendering aid to suf- instigated as soon as possible for them today. NO SIGHT OF PLANE ON FLIGHT ticket. All objections to voting a straight ticket seemed to be sum- marized in one reason anil one reason only. Best methods of reasoning against this objection were discussed. Plans are under way for estab- lishing the club permanently. Af- ter comments by the men pres- comments showed that all the members desire a per- manent the presi- dent announced that he would later set the date for a meeting to be held shortly after the elec- tion at which meeting the club could be permanently A-mocJaied The meeting was adjourned uri- Oct. tfl tomorrow at 8 j No sign of Commander H. C. Mac- o'clock at which time plans have i who is attempting -.to f ly boon TOjjide for the big-gcst meet-'the Atlantic from ol its kind held in Key COMMANDER MacDONALD HOPS OFF FROM NEW- FOUNDLAND West every 8 a. m. eastern to air sta- in an in1 Key West urgently tiotis here. questctl to atterid and take an ac- The plane unequipped of wire- tivc part in a Men's Club less -would have been sighted by that is foi. and of young men. I ocean vessels. EXECUTION IN j ITALY HAD FULL SUPPLY OF FUEL ASSOCIATED PRESS HEAD- Oct. ______ three hours after his hop-off there ns no word of Commander COMMUNIST PUT TO DEATH H. C. and according DURING MORN- ING to his estimate before leaving he had fuel supply only for 24 hours. I PLANE IS SMALLER THAN LINDBERGH'S Oct. 18. -The piano which LiiTutcivml Commaiulqr II. C. MacDonald is now using A Italy. chelo Delia a is convicted tion of two was cxecut- foundland to Ireland is but a mid- the a.s.sassina- j in his projected flight from New- ed here this mominu uct com.parcd He is the first to be of St. Lc condemned to death in Known tis sin Lindbergh's sport-- shuc Maggiore had eon-1 the Gypsy Moth which Com- fes-ed to a special tribunal that mander MacDonald has been se- hc killed the fasoibli because of crelly preparing Ihe Slag Lane many weeks 20 their politics. INVESTIGATION OF RECENT DEATH Airdrome here for has a wing-spread fcreis as lhc result of the recent West Indies hurricane. Relief op- erations of the American J.'ed including its work in Flor- ida. Porto Rico and Ihe Virgin Islands is given. The report says that al the time of the review of the organiza- tion's ils disaster relief set-up was confined to 1'alm Mar- tin and Hendry counties in named in the order of importance from a damage and relief standpoint. The report lists the author-' ized for the various chapters af- fected by the storm. Twenty-one automobiles were needed when the report was 'writ- ten to cope with relief needs. Na- tional headquarters purchased ten cars lo be delivered Oct. and rented others as necessity de- manded. disaster and relief committees organized after the hurricane of operated rnost effectively especially at West ON SITE FOR U. S. TROL STATION THE NATION MAGAZINE'S POLL GIVES SMITH LEAD OF 3 TO 1 Trail Twain cnlj'm near ij'iri tr. W. H. GHIir. p.rlnor of friends writer sldl living there. JJy W. CAs-ocialccl TUTTLKTOWN. Oct. J Te.'iporarilj Governor Sniiln wa.- 'oadmgi Herberl Hoover nearly three lo-j oiu in Ihe .t j of iix.TS be.Ji'j by 'Ihe Nation. lib.-ial pu1 il al 1 I iluilal i.n of i received during nl poll j'.u'c Siiii.h and The n-poited. .en aindei v..i divi'h d amo other presidential s. 'I I. I .-10 I Ko'-tei. connnu'nKl. 'i I Rogei ant i I Vani'v n .md MM n. ov.'hny hu iinol I n i.dly .in li ad-. the prohi- bition si i a'- uell Ihe icgubir ociulisl i- leadiiig Although The Million has -t counlry-wide the bulk of ils circulation is cast of the Mississippi river. Oswald Garii- son Villanl and sub- scribers are representative of piobably the Idieial thought in America. Half of the total return as ol Oct. S w.is fioni New York whore Smith 'had Thoma i ar.'d Jt'o.-U-r. the editors re-1 ported. Illinois g.ue to 1'.i I to Hoover 1 1 to 125 and to the same letairns 'J21I bal- for I OX for and lOli for while I'cnn- sylvjjuia gives the same landi- dates I and 112 ve- The Nation's is being conducted among- its sub- scribers only. TOWERS AND INGS EXPECTED TO BE COMPLETED B NOVEMBER aic UOon this 'M' Ir.e Loci'-' c ii-nl'-y ni'.i oyt 10 vorlud wfrfhcd M-irL Blot llaile iecivate.1 .iddiliii.ialiy Twain a'ld IP ado with their humoi sook for wore i-ffele miles rilo.ig th- and one I'r of the of thf hifth old gold could lie alui -oil tti d old In the of litt1 fid and Tnain-ILu I'icti have perhaps become incxlrica- bly m ved. Local arc. tl.cn elds. for- tiie fblcached I t' ai'i'lionl Iches i work Ihe huni'M .Liins age. lays -.yhen j n from the' 15 decre..il stand 'iiU'i-c'-t find in thin Koi tj-ninor a.ul the are paid equal hum- J I t of a of ni j ju--1. been erected ''iicttly upon SET DATE FOR FORMER RAILWAY CONFERENCE OF OFFICIAL FOUND N.G. OFFICERS DEADINN.Y. i ADJUTANT GENERALS OF K. I. RETIRED NATIONAL GUARD TO BE j MEMBER SEABOARD AIR HELD OCTOBER 30 IN AT- LINE DIES AT WALDORF1 LANTA ASTORIA port says. storm brought these committees togeth-' a few hours before the in an effort to organize their vari- ous sub-committee for action. The effective work of these commit- tees was supplemented by ers from the national organiza- tion during the early part of lv of .fact the era of quartz nu'i- vhich suct-cedcJ the .sh has mot it.-. one looks in vnl'i Vor the ncrsfinalities ficti peoples the ghost towns ol Mother Ine The mail lead- ing to of historical in- tere-t been i Unite and Ihe monui.icnl plaque pays equal iri- biile to the eni'ly day miners and vhu-h rhv1 trail flails below I'u- iTM'i'iL' vhcn the'red wlilited IP'JH j now J.imes- their dunco Mail hila'.ities' and goes lo of Ihe first week pending formal request I havc 011 to fresher I mh'--- J through to take over general charge of And in .nost of the early gold i-till fairly and work. Too great commendation i of the I ColiiMbi.i. which has shrunk I cannot bc to these chapter committees for their understand- ing and cooperation which made I hat were nred-imiiuitu me possible this amalgamation of except in a material but not all of the a few been sciuticexcd out of lile. forces with complete harmony and The report listed the official area and itinernaiit .supervisors active in re- lief and reviewed the needs of the farmers of the affected area. From 00 to 100 per cent of the farm homes and tenant houses were a partial or total it and lhc live stock was al- most wholly lost. Very few farm- ers will be able to operate al all without financial assistance. Con- it approximately acres were in cultivation in Palm Jjeach county during the season of producing from one INSURANCE POLICILS XIRE JN ACCI- DENT FIG- Oct. death of Walter McAllister in a grade crossing accident last week today was the subject of a police inquiry after It learned there i file and when I'liiply weighs j less lhau 800 j Extra fuel tanks hfve been Cil.tcd to Ihe idtuie. giving it three range of about suf f i-j That 3.000 cars of vegetables I cient for K.'SOO i-ilrs werc shipped from this lerritory T'.ic engine has only 80 to exclusive of express- j hor-i-owcr. compared wilh Lind- shipments and truck that I borgh'o 250. H is a win bc j dor motor. j for thai acres of winter vegetables will be planted if aid can be The report includes a of the medical and nurs- that it can run without trouble for periods of ii4 hours and more. The Gypsy Jloth is the plan ot medical and nurs- m which W. L. Hope won thejng. activiljCSi a state- lasl Kings Cup for a nice around mcnt ol and Kngland and is the craft taken by Caotaitn G. de Hnvilland on an altitude flight a consolidated financial statement for all of the stricken territory. i for two-seater light biplanes. were Jive Jive insurance The plane is' for on him made payable io Mrs. Emil j wircle3S jn addilion to iUs- othcr Avife Of n aluj useless whom McAHistei-worked. to keep so tiny a machine afloat It also had been testified thatjon Atlantic McAllister's body -wjfs wrapped in i Commander MacDonald is corn- si blanket when taken from the j parativcly a novice at I MEDICAL PROFESSORS RUSH wreckage. j although 'he is a skilled navigator. Yet after only eish- hours solo i flying he took a pkine a long I IDENC'E successful flight through Europe. QUEEN MARIE REPORTED ILL TO ROYAL RES- I II iws-es thi' first Ihe dooi of one Wells-K.r-go st'itions on the eific C'oi'sl in this lilluui1 Twain and Bict Harte still live m their cabi'is in the -un- tyiii'- within a silicic vole in mil o1' -lack Ass Hill and of beinu.- made the of is to a the be in poster or crude draw- venerable of SI. Ann's church in the windows of creeled in abuul adobe j old store Ihe Hl-.ibk-s now convcilcd tin aiul Lhe fi- nl. tiF the oil lavei'ii al Ih- moulded on the di-loni leads lo Tviam's ic.-tvrcd m by Ihousaruls Th'-ic wic HOO aiitomo- it when il was d i-es-L'-iation. Oil. 1 h.--Oclobei uO has been .set the dale for a conference of national nuaid ad- julant general.s of ciuhl sonlh- tastern iiuhiding which was called bv Major Ccn- ural Richmond I'. Davis lo dis- cuss coming training camp mobi- lization plans and other matters iif importance. FIND WOMAN SAID TO BE KIDNAPPED DRESSED ONLY IN NIGHT- GOWN WHEN FOUND IN MIAMI I if-r- AMMiM'lJlf MCVV Get. I. of Noi Va.. re- tired assistant Ira I he manaj-cr the Seaboanl AiK Line j was loLind de.td early today in hi.s room al the Waldorf Astoi'ia Ilo- lle ilied durinu the hearl said. hotel of physicians fly of Angels. Mark Twain heard fiom in- bartender Ibc story of how SMII-P p- lious feeding of shut to UK defeat at 'he I'-g.- of -i ordinary in LONDON. T tc-1 -'U-i is radium needles nl' I to be installed in cancer- Ocl. Dressed only NP.EDLKS FOR CANCER j London Ilos- lon-r iously brickerl by the Ihe camp. ous growths. MONROE THEATRE TODAY WARMING UP Featuring RICHARD DIX A Love Story in a Baseball Setting MAY NOT OPEN WEST PALM' Oct. 18. Announcement has been made here that the Uoyal Poinciana local hostelry and one rtf the best-known hotels in the will not reopen this win- ter. Storm damage has caused the management to suspend opera- tionsy if was stated. Oct. medical professors rushed to ihe i-oyal residence at Balcik on the Black Sea today -where Queen j Marie is reported suffering an attack of influenza. It was stated at Tioon that the queen's condition showed no im- provement. YOUR PAPER PAY YOU Money Saving vr Grocery Prices WATCH THE KET WEST CITIZEN closely these dairs for special savings on groceries and meats. Make your paper pay you dividends. The most interesting news in the paper today is the market where the housewife can save many dollars on the family budget by patron- izing those merchants who advertise then- goods. THESE PRICES ABE BRINGING THE COST OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERYBODY'S PURSE A merchant who advertises his 'prices charged a customer 20 certs for an article that a non- advertising merchmt charged 40 cents for. Why big By patronizing merchants who present their prices frankly and openly each week you help to KEEP 00 HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT OF KEY WEST. Make your paper you in a nifihluovui and s from exposure and a IdovV on the Mrs. Klla who told police she had been kid- napped from hoi honu- Tuesday was found this morning in a vacanl lot ncai her home. She was found hy a man thai was attracted by her cries. She was wrapped in a and lying half hidden in a pal- metto thicket. Her Mrs. W. I old police Mr-i. Rosfjithal shaied the bed with her Tuesday night and haVj disappeared about mid- night. She s.iid her sister re- ceived letters warning her to leave town. Mrs.' Rosen thai when found in- f.islcd her knowledge of political scandal in Florida was respon- police said. WORKERS GET INDEMNITY Ocl. workers now have a legal right i in France lo an indemnity based on their length of service. MRS. COLLINS DIES TODAY IN ST. AUGUSTINE WIFE OF ADJUTANT GEN- ERAL OF FUNE- RAL TO BE HELD AT PLANT CITY' ST. Ocl. IK.- I Mi--. Vivian U. wife ol j adjutant general ol died her home eaily this morning of heai I disease. Alter a brief seivice at body was sent to 1'hint her lormer where funeral M-I will be held tomorrow. NOTICE The Key Went Athletic Club has been cloicd by order of the sheriff and all trespass- ing on property or entering building in any way will be prosecuted to the fullest ex- tent of the law. BY ORDER OF SHERIFF. 1 Man Who Died On Board Steamer Is Brought Ashore Here Max Kliitfc Atlolph Thco- dor stewart aboard steam- ship Klhan from Balti- 1110M. lor New died abo.-ud his ship al sea at 11 o'clock according to re- and his body was landed at thu port last nifdil at G o'clock by lutf which was sent out lo llic bar to receive the remains from the ship. Information fjivcn by Michael member of the ship's indicated that the dead man came Irom Germany and that he was 50 years old. The body is being held here pending advices irom relatives or officials of the steamship com- pany by which he was employed. ISLAND CITY LODGE NOTICE A district will he held at Island City Lodge No. 14 Fri- j Oct. 19. A special invitation is I extended to all 25 year veterans' and visiting Brothers. Refresh-' mcnls will be served. ClIAftLES K. S. 8-11 Ground has been broken by thej U. S. lighthouse department on the construction at Key West of-l I owe is and building for a range beacon and a radio which arc expected to finished and in operation by ejij in according lo Bf.'- llaskins.. assistant supcrintendetf for the Seventh lighthouse trie I. These two stations will be foi' aid ol aerial Thejr will bc buill the most mod-1 ern lines and will be equipped with the lalesl and most effi- cie.nl types of it ig wilh sulficient power lo af- ford audibility over a radius of 200 miles. The radio range to be located in it is be an infallible guide to airplanes aiiproaching Key West from any direction under a dis- tance of 200 regardless of weather rendering practically impossible for one to lose its bearing and go astray as dill the ill-faled General Machado some time .mo. The control instruments keep in touch wilh planes on flight in ils furnishing aviators v. ith weather reports and other neceisary also receiving messages from airships en route. The radio contiol station is be- inu erected on Ihe grounds of the old navy distant control station- in Ihe entloKiire adjoining the biological station at the easl end of Ihe island. This plant will consist of angle towers each 125 feet an operation also three two of which will he feet the other which will be used as receiving and Iraiismitting anlennae for the station. The radio range beacon plant will occupy the entire grounds of at foot of Simonlon this properly having been leased by the government for the purpose. This station will consist of an operation a mast 85 feet high in the center of the and four '50-foot posts placed ab equal on the edge of Ihe site. All matetial for the houses aiu towels has been received and j building operations were starlet imnllaiieously at each site. Al1 work will be performed by the lighthouse department construc- tion forces. Lighthouse lenders Poppy and Poinscltia have been detained with their crews this port lo aid in conveying materials and cooperating in every possible v. ay. The instruments Tor the Eta- Lions will arrive and be ready for installation by the time construc- lion work has sufficiently prog- and will be ready for use when the plants are given the fin-4 ishing touches. Hie assistant sup- erintendent states. The completion of these stations and inauguration of service will bring al leasl six new families Key Wesl. The operators will be speciaiisls in their who will draw good the most which money will be spent in it is shown. STORAGE BATTERIES SPECIAL Cash price and your old battery. 1 f Batteries Recharged Rented. For prompt service call and' Albury's Service'Stafff Phone 91 Cor. Grinnell and Flemingj   

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