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   Key West Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1928, Key West, Florida                               Associated Press Day Wire Service Citizen For 49 Tears Devoted to the Interests of Key West VOLUME XLIX. No. 249. KEY OCTOUEJU PKICE FIVE CENTS NMHE HUN AIRWAYS co. PLANS EXTENSION OF SERVICE TO TAMPA AIR CORPORATION EN-1 GOOD-WILL TOUR DEAVORS TO LEASE TRACT OF LAND ON DAVIS ISLAND FROM MIAMI TO ISLAND CITY HICKMAN GOES TO HIS DEATH THIS MORNING ASSIGN INVERTED LOOP FLYER TO FOG PENETRATION TESTS Oct. auguration of air between Tampa and Key West and Havana on or before Jan. 1 was being planned today following ac- tion of the citjr representatives in j approving a request by the Pan- j American for a j lease on a tract of land at the tip of Davis Islands to be xised as a passenger landing depot. Amphibian planes -will be used on the service to V. E. assistant director of pas- senger indicated in pre- the matter to city offi- S. C. SINGLETON MEMBER OF DELEGATION ARRIVING ON BUS LINE HERE LAST NIGHT ______ i I S. C. who lias con- tributed several articles from time to time on Key West and j the Florida and published in The was an arrival here last night for a brief visit. In speaking of the Mr. Single-j cials. The planes probably will i t-on bald that a good-will delega- serviced at the Tampa airport. tion from the Miami Ad Club Extension of service to Tampa i came clown to see Key West as the j by the Pan-American Airways guests of the Lovell Bus Com-1 be made as part of the. corpora- last and departed tion's plan for gradually expand- i charmed as is the cus- i ing its business throughout the with Key West and s-.icii of j Mr. Chcnea said. The com- pany now operates first-class TRAIN LEAVES SEVERAL ARE INJURED ACCIDENT HAPPENS TO GER TRAIN NEAR GALENA TODAY its hospitable citizens ic -was their privilege to meet 111 that mail service between Key West j short time. and Havana for the United States The easy riding qualities of the government and a similar .service Lovell Bus shared in the admira- for the Cuban government be- j ticm of the attractions of the tween Havana and Key West on Chei-Sea Highway. which passengers have been Arriving at La Concha about 8 handled since early this year. The P- m- the fil'st point ofy attraction line was extended' to Miami Sept. i was the dining room and with that .1 5. J the accumulation of favorable im- pressions began. In the morning G. A. T. Rob- stands for was drafted to accompany the guests on a of the city and expounded upon the merits of the town as onlv a Key I Wester could. j the members of I the party departed for the noon ferry and that northern ami. Jij The visitors Mr. Mrs. A. C. Smith Smith is the efficient secretary of the Mi-1 ami Ad Mr. and j E. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. j Nicholls of Miami M1. M. j Neumann Neumann is the executive secretary of the Miami Manufacturers U. M. J. E. F.. of the Miami Post Pub- lishing C. S. C. L. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. R. J. J. 1. Jarrctt is enrolled in the halls of fame by his success in keeping Bel-Jar Coffee in the class of cheering E. J. R. D. S. C. Singleton and last and J. who not only furnished the bus but who was the official chaperon of the company. An- other trip to Key West will bo the natural consequence. EXECUTED FOR KIDNAPPING AND MURDER OF 12-YEAR- OLD MARIAN RE- PORTS STATE SAN QUENTIN Oct. Ed- ward Hickman was hanged here today for the murder of 12-year-old Marian Los Angeles school girl whom he kidnapped and mur- dered last December. The trap was sprung at 10 a. m. The youth walked to the a trap with little show of emo- but his face was pale. He was preceded in the death march by Reverend William A. Catholic under whom he -was convert- ed to Chirstianity in the shadow of the noose. His arms were strapped to his sides during the walk of the gallows. Hickman walked steady and but his knees s-liook as he stood on the trap an instant before it was sprung. He was pronounced dead at llr JMYTONA. Orl. of the McCook field Lieut. James II. daredevil of the army air has gone to Milchol Lon.tr to help army aviators per- fect a fog penetrating light. Doolittle became the of the McCook field in he won the Schneider cup for naval Hying the- in a Curliss pursuit plane equipped as a seaplane. He travel- j ed well over 220 miles an defeating American naval aivmiTn las well as those of other i The airman attracted attention first when he flew from Jackson- OF OF PRESIDENT LITTLE HOPE 'VISITOR LEARNS HELD OUT FOR l THAT OLD CHUM LOST HAS PASSED OUT GENERAL IMPRESSION IS I. BRYANT COMP.S TO THAT COMMANDER Mac- DONALD IS TO PERISH 19T1I PERSON j to in i 21 hours 19 minutes. That was Jin 1922. j On May Doolittle exe- I cuted the inverted an aerial stunt considered so hazardous that the army issued an order against it. It calls for a nosing rlown ot the plane until it de- i student flyers at old Me- scribes a great circle in the air. Cook field. Lieutenant Doolittk- j j The pilot is on the outside of the has been in turn a test i arc. Ail the centrifugal force of chief of the flight rcseaich the swing thrown against the i sion and head of the airplane j the Atlantic. straps holding the pilot. A bobble i branch of the since aban- at the control means disaster. doned for the new right field. KEY WEST SOLELY TO VIS- IT DR. .1. Y. DECEASED While employed by Hie Curti.ss people Uoolittle made the first Illigl't over the Andes _mountains in South America. .Since graduation 'nun the I'.l ws'.rliilrll LONDON. Oct. gen- eral mipicssion here is that Lieutenant Commander 11. Mai-Donald is the nineteenth pel- son to perish trying to fly acioss -ill the l.om his home i'i Kan M'i hu- -etls. to i hi-1. j ii the 111. -I. V. Sr .John I. i'ls.tnt was i upon his aiiisal in Key leai n that chum of I ago had naned in Theie i.s only a slight that i he may landed on a remote i island ov picked up by a boat The plane svas not equipped with wire- less. HALLOWE'EN SEASON MUCH IN EVIDENCE I Hilarious And Ghostly Antics Predominate Occasion Jfiyrp J AW ON KEY WEST SPOOKY SCENES DOVE SEASON IN MONROE COUNTY i old friend In i v in but tu baci. him ihi.-. i s.iid the aged s iMlor. that he Id I i lu'land 7li at tin age i i' throe year1 ..linnet JKlls IHY lie Kurds show me but that vas because 1 .lipped up on my u Ifttle in oid''i to 'Miter tin si rv'u u when a mere ye.'I.- I IhloUMM .1 li'i'iiblc yollvw '.'i.vel epidemic PERSONNEL OF CRAFT ALSO HERBERT HOOVER 1 IN CAPITAL CITY Oct. 19. welcome of the national capital was extend- ed today to Dr. Hugo Eeke- ncr and his four comrades on Uie trans-Atlantic Fliglil of the Graf Zeppelin. The famous pilot arid as1 socialcs weio guests of Pres- ident and Coolidgc at breakfast at liie White House. Later visited Herbert Hoover and several govern- ment department buildings they were cheered by workers. They arc to be guests at a dinner Lo be given tonight at the German embassy. Oct. Several passengers were slightly injured when a Ponnsyl- vania passenger train left the track at Galena 18 miles north of here today. FORD FACTORY TO BE REMOVED FORDSON TRACTORS TO TURNED OUT IN IRELAND BE Oct. prin- 'l-jpal seat of the .manufacture of Fordson tractors by the Ford Mo- tor Company is to be removed from Fordson. Jfich.. lo Cork. Ire- it was learned here today. Officials of the company gave as the reason that the European demand was growing while the American plant was'closed. Sh oes WITH A KICK Every type of Shoe in all shades and heels on sale Sat- urday and Monday at prices to fit every purse. Black Patent etc. Hosiery to Match Come in and see our selection of new Shoe shipments. Every One a Money Saver D. ARONOVITZ DEP'T STORE DUVAL ST. MCE QUESTION IN CAMPAIGN IS PROTESTED WILSON'S WIDOW ENDORSES SMITH In a statement made on October I Mrs. Wood row I Wilson an- nounced that she would Governor Smith in the election. When questioned .it her hotel in Mrs. Wilson hope to see Governor Smith elected our next and T am sailing home from Cher- bonrgh Tuesday on the Le- viathan to vote for sent a telegram congratulat- ing Governor Smith from Hous- ton immediately after the nomina- tion at the democratic convention last summer. My personal inter- est in the governor's success is the same as that of any other indivi- dual citizen who has the cause of the American democracy at heart. I am delighted to see in today's papers that Mr. Smith apparently is gaining strength Mrs. Wilson has been in Geneva j attending the League of Nations I assembly as an accord- ing to her custom each year since the death of President Wilson. We are giving away a Automobile Free Nov. 2. Now is the time to buy your Hallowe'en supplies and get the first pick. San Carlos Book Store Duval Street SOUTHERN PASTORS AND OTHERS ISSUE STATE- MENT AT ATLANTA MEET- ING Associated Oct. against what it termed injection of the race question in the prebi- dential campaign by partisans of both parties was voiced in a state- ment issued here today under the signatures of 45 prominent south- ern educators and edi- tors. The stiitemcnt says the race question being raised by parti- sans of both sides for the purpose of driving the voters into their The hilarious Hallowe'en against a sheet. The season is on in Key West. Spec-j of will be yellow and I I tucuiar and spooky social bhick. the true All Saints' colors. tions and srhostly forms- on the golden jack o'lan- j Streets at night herald the annual lei litling tne- firma- j approach of the season of .shock-1 ment on broom owls' j ing .screams and shivers. hootmg their mysterious mes- Everybody has a partv on sages to spooky forms or goes to 01 has a about in the ethei Gay masque- j little family celebration. The old rad-s where the black cats poll i and tried entertainments are per-j and a harvest moon' j haps the best for they 'laughs at your party-antics. j with them the glory of tradition. The spook.s ate abroad and There will be bobbing for apples. The witches are about. and the reading of The goblins get you written in milk Ifyoudon'l watch out. translated by holding them to the The owls aie hooting light of a candle. Partners tu tu be by the method Getter light vonr pumpkin lamp of .selecting silhouettes thrown' And get a move on you. STATE GAME COMMISSIONER J. B. ROYALL SENDS COM- MUNICATION TO COUNTY SOLICITOR respective judgment and is reopening in our open season L on doves Monroe county is from September I to Sentembei and from N'o- vembcr 20 to January says an official communication '.d the veteran MUI Three decades ago the vc ner- Vi as statiom d at Key sei'geaiit 'he U. S. ai- n.v At that time he chummed the then young Or. Purler ajiil foi meil a ndslnp that I i-'.i I lined t'nronvh the half YOUNG .'lid mure. ''I am sad disappointed thai 1 wo'dd gii'l'ack iTomV loil'is f I fould catch uaid Mi. P.I ya I will vait I'm i he .A'allory Line nevt tin- past 'ID Hie old- DEMONSTRATION of Knn. BY DEMOCRATS THIS EVENING UMG MEN'S ORGANIZA- TION TO HAVE AUTOMO- BILE PARADE WITH MUSIC TONIGHT State Came Commissionei J. I Royall to County Solicitor J. I Iliisto under date of Octobei 1. I SHUMAKERGETS FIND BODY PARDON TODAY OF AIRMAN WAS GIVEN SIXTY-DAY SEN- TENCE FOR CONTEMPT OF COURT HOPSON WAS FLYING BE- TWEEN NEW YORK AND CLEVELAND wounds of bitterness and hate. we believe it will not be taken seriously. We believe our citizenship too intelligent and too fair-minded to tlms sacrifice the cause of inter-racial peace and progress. We therefore call upon the leadership of the south to discourage and dis- countenance such HORSES YIELD Oct 19- This city has given way complete- ly before the advance of the mo- torized ase. Its last horse which had stood for 50 was recently removed. f II y Attsocinf oil I Ocl. fJovcriior Ed rfackson issued .1 pardon today for Dr. J''.. S. Sh'i- superintendent of the In- diana anti-saloon who morning was taken to the state penal farm to begin serving a day sentence for contempt of thi- Indiana supreme court. Slunnaker was convicted I'm criticizing rulings of the court in liquor A VMItciflflMl Oct. 19. -The 1'unic'd plane and cr'-miilcd body ol air mail pilot William Ilophoii was found tlnce miles from here M searchers U'hile the state -ame law des'm- nates October 1 to November 20 iof each yeai a.s open season on I jdmus in Dade and I .Monroe it has been j found that I his ruling Conflicts i witb the federal statute protect- ling doves in Florida. The state I provides that the state game commissioner shall prescribe- open seasons that are consistent with lederal game laws. it is he bus done so far a.s concerns the thiee coun- ties mentioned. The commis-ionei's letter lin c ml of U1 Dr I'orlei ha.s lii en a nr.'tnhei ol the f c'linmih.iiont'rs for tin i I llOlIK1 COU 111 V. espiii- his a'.e dl almost foui' the veteivn sobhc-i Ii'1 tin o.' pei- sevci .iin and priiiirt VVIirn asked lie did poi M'm.'in heie I'oi time Id recuperate' in thi li'u he said must K I I look .iltci' building o.hem and -ec to the con'-true- t ion ol some build fur the early loday I sought the plane after rcpoits were early yesterday of flares having been dropped. Hopson wa.s flying mail between York and Cleveland. RESOLUTION ON PUNISHMENT Wean. UHUJ fo Kill Ants and Roaches BOX DE HEAR THE FACTS fi.OM LIPS OF Win- C. Lawson Republican candidate for congress. TOMORROW NIGHT Buy View P. M. YOUR PAPER PAY YOU Money Saving Grocery Prices WATCH THE KEY WEST CITIZEN closely these for special savings on groceries and meats. Make your paper pay you dividends. The most interesting news in the paper today is the market page where the housewife can save many dollars on the family budget by patron- izing those merchants who advertise then- goods. THESE ARE BRINGING THE COST OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERYBODY'S PURSE A merchant who advertises his prices charged a customer 20 cems for an article that a non- advertising merchant charged 40 cents for. Why this big By patronizing the merchants who present their prices frankly openly each week you help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT OF KEY WEST. Make your paper you dividends. have your letter of Oclobei requesting inl'oi ion in re- gard to open season on doves in I Monroe county. I yu have the Klorida I law provides that the stale game i commissioner Khali prescribe an I j open season in this con- j I sihtent with the federal the same time I he fedcial law pro- vides an open season on doves in f'lorida f i om September I to Sep- BROADUURST IS OPPOSED 'IO DEATH SEN- TENCE A Oct. Albtil Hroadhursf of las member to the tembe-r 150 and from November 20 created soinc- excite- .fanu.jj.ry provisions of Sceiion 'Hi J have designated lhe.se periods as open .season for doves in Mon- roe. Hroward and Dade counties. ment uhen he proposed a resolu- lion iilacmu1 the convention on A specLai ular jiolitical demoli- sh ation v. ill be slaired tonight by Young Democratic Club of Key West following .t In ief meeting at the county c-ouit house. The plans include a tiemendoUS automobile' parade I eaturcd by band music. oce minute lies. II is that tile busi- ii1 session will be ii niched by Si IOL which 1 imc il planned have the motoicado I. All moe rats desiring1 to have Ihi-ii cars in line ai u invited to h.ise tin in at the court house -qiiai e by X o'clock. Sioie- of have al- j icady In en iiiomii-ed and nuuiy I iiiiiie .irt expected lo join in the pa lade. I c ts are i night's parade will he one of the i must attractive and e.vlen.sive campaign feature.- ever j attempted by a political j in Key said the j piesident of the it expected to have a good and last- ing effect for the cause of dem- in this that to- I'ocoid as' opposed to capital punishment. He mentioned the Hickinan case by and was shouted lii i' Springers and Hens Order Today for Sunday Phone RUPERT KNOWLES 114 Simonton We Deliver AND TOILET Gardner's Pharmacy 532 Duval Phonc 177 MONROE THEATRE Today and Saturday While the City Sleeps Featuring LON CHANEY A thrilling dramatic story of the metropolis. I SPECIAL For this week for Values up to French Ivory Brushes French Ivory Clocks. English Blue Willow Ware Large Cut Glass Vases Smoking Stands Saturday and Monday 10 A. M. Frank Johnson La Concha Hotel FRESH KILLED PORK per 52f and doz doz par ib Picnic per Premium per tb Premium per Fresh Pork Ib per Fresh Pork lb Fresh Pork Fresh Beef Tongues Broolcfield per Ib Monroe Phone 411 per r SPAPERI   

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