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   Key West Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1928, Key West, Florida                               Associated Press Day Wire Service For 49 Yours Devoted to the Interests of Key West VOLUME XLIX. No. 255. KEY WEST, FLOKIDA, FlilDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1928. PPJCE FIVE CENTS Lovell Makes Proposition To Operate Highway Ferry System GETTING A NEW PICTURE MATTER NOW UNDER MENTAL WIZARD CONSIDERATION BY WILL APPEAR AT MONROE COUNTY OF- j FICIALS THE SAN CARLOS The operation, maintenance and financing oi the Monroe county highway ferry system j would be transferred to J. F. j Lovell, president of the Lovell Bus Lines, Incorporated, under PRINCESS ZORAIDA OPENS HERE SATURDAY; FIRE- MEN'S RELIEF FUND TO BENEFIT FROM PROCEEDS Management of the San Carlos the terms of a proposition to be Theatre, after several -weeks oi j presented to the county coramis- I negotiations, has procured the sioners, it is definitely stood. under- celebrated Princess Zoraida as the j 1 feature attraction for the week On Mr. Lovell's recent trip to beginning- Saturday, it was an- this city he reported'having dis-jnounced today, cussed the plan with the county i Pnncess Zoraida, the greatest commissioners and that he found I living Egyptian master of occult the board favorable to Ifts tenta-1 science whose sensational achieve- i tive proposal. The bus man's ments have electrified the entire investigation country since her arrival from Key West To Have Three Representatives In Atlantic Coastal Highway Motorcade i- i CANCELLATION OF ZEPPEIN'S TRIP ANNOUNCED DECISION REACHED AFTER NUMEROUS POSTPONE-? MENTS CAUSED BY UNFA- VORABLE WEATHER disclosed, he stated, that the fer- her native east, is making her. ries aie being operated at the j first American tour in response to present time at a loss which he I thousands of followers of occult estimate's at around a 1 science all over the country, year. j American scientists who have He propofaes to take over the j studied this remarkable woman, operation of the ferries and to guarantee that the county will in- volve no loss from that source. His proposition also includes the ca and accredit her ability to taking care of the ieny j some supernatural power vested binking fund and bond intercut at j in her at birth, bix per cent, and to pay off all j Piincess Zoraida herself makes bonded indebtedness of the Cerry I no claims to the supernatural but frankly admit she presents the most baffling exhibition of occult science cvei presented in Ameri- Mrs. Alfred E. Smith is shown receiving a new pastel portrait of her di's- inguished husband painted by Prof. Prospero Ruggiero PREPARING FOR MANY PERSONS RETURNS OVER i ARE. KILLED IN RADIO SYSTEMS TRAIN SMASH-UP stock accruing from the time of execution of the agreement. When this ia accomplished, the floating on the other hand is unable to ex- plain or define ability to delve her remarkable into the past, stock of the ferry svbtem is to 1 glide along with the present or j automatically become the property foresee the future with a knovvl- STEPS BEING TAKEN TO INSURE CLEAR RECEPTION CONDITIONS ON ELECTION NIGHT TWENTY-FIVE ARE ALSO INJURED IN COLLISION OF TRAINS REPORTED IN RU- MANIA (Itj IAKJEHURST, N J Uct 20 Hugo Eekener, commander, today abandoned plans tor a Might to the middle west before thu return of the Graf Zeppelin to dcrmany. Cancellation of thu trip was announced after numerous post- ponements caused by unfavorable ivcalher for the proposed flight fiom Lakehurst along the pro- posed route. In a statement made by Eck- ener he said the purpose of the trip fiom Germany was to demon- strate the practicability the dirigible, and he wanted to re- tuin to Germany as soon as pos- sible. lie also said that a mid-con- tinental flinht would be made on his return lioin Germany before of Mr. Lovell, the tentative agree- ment contemplates. Thc proposi- tion also provides that thc coun- ty commissioners shall turn over to Mr. Luvell the amount edge which scientists assert is un-1 canny. Thousands who have heard her are amazed at the manner in which she questions flung at her. Events of the past aie an insurance money received open book to her fast working by the commissioners for the j I" alul timc already bc- fciry "Monroe recently to the authenticiicsb of her predictions of the Umc future. (liv AniuctnirO WASHINGTON, Oct. use of widespread public inter- AsNOUlnlvl I'rcntt UUCHAUlvST, Rumania, Oct. i persons were I killed in a collision between a IN. Y. REPORTS KILLING FROST P. in 'K destroyed by fire, in order that IWKC vessel JiuUKo'xe- place the that burnefl. bcen ift America has gamed a Novcmbor 7 He will submit two plans to 'cputation, national in scope, and the commissioners, it is staled, j Publicity never before accredited est in a satisfactory reception of Sinrplon tunnel cxpiess outbound election retuins, the federal radio j from Bucharest and another ex- from Sibiti at Recc.i station commihsion today took steps to j ncar insuie clear reception conditions i Those killed included an Italian WEST PART OF STATE ALSO HAS SNOW FLUR- RIES one providing a schedule that to anv scientist coping wpth oc- make the contract mature Princess Zoraida is a direct j descendant of one of the oldest I and most aristocratic families of title has after a period of frve rears, the other in nine years. Either plan, Mr Lovell shows, would relieve the count} j of a financial obligation that amounts to about a day. It also take thc operation of the ferry system out of politics, j he states, thus permitting thc service to be icndeied in a svs- Egypt and her title has been handed down through many gen- erations. She uses no devices whatsoever in her work with the exception of a crystal used for concentration puiposes only. Con- to exhibitions staged by efficient tematic, business and manner, he explains. The proposal pi ovules that Mr. others, she performs on an open stage answering' questions asked openly by her audiences. The Lovell shall have full "control oi her answei s provides and complete management of thc onc of thc mosl amazing features feu-y system with au- j hcr work and hcr rhority with regard to opeiativcs employed, scheduled arrange- i ments, etc., he states i ''I predict that the long bridges may be built within fne said Mr. Lovell, "but 1 would at San Carlos Theatre it is pos- sible every person desiring to ask a question will be able to do so. After hearing Princess Zoraida 0 to and i Twenty-five who weie badly in I jiirrd wcic taken to hospitals. Thc stations not engaged in ____................_____.......... i sending icttirns were requested so far as consistent with cimying, on necessary communications to i conduct stations with :t minimum of interference. LADY NORTHESK GETS DIVORCE GROUND OF ACTION WAS MISCONDUCT OF LORD SCHWAB CLAIMS COUNTRY HAS PROSPERITY PRESIDENT OF STEEL INSTI TUTION SAYS LITTLE AP- PREHENSION FELT OVFR ELECTION BUFFALO, N. Y., Oct. 26. first killing frost and snow flurries of the year visited western New York lo- day. The temperature recorded was 30 degrees. York, Ella Wheeler Writer l Wil- continue 'to opeikte the f ernes J said: "AH per- Northcsk. The ,uit was undc_ for I know that tourists would j appreciate the rest, thc sea vo.v- i age and the scenic beauty oi the j and that for this leason the j ferries would prove popular profitable, even after completion i of the bridges." Mr. Lovell stated upon leaving1 that he would have his attorney in Miami draft his pi opositian in legal form and formally submit the proposal to the county com- missioners. I sons interest in occult science should sec and hear this lemai'k- able gifted woman." j She will be glad to receive ques- I tions at the theatre, through the I mail or through Jhe jiewspaper. She appears under the auspices of the Key West firemen. HIT I'rrnml EDINBURGH, Scotland, dcciee of divorce NKW YORK, Oct. before the Auiencan [mil <.nd Steel Inst tnte of wlmli In is, president, Charles M. Si hi ill said a-, a whole the United Si u is stiil in the high tide of pi. pel ilv. lie said conditions indicate fended. j He apprehension ovei the The ground oi action was mis- election. conduct by Loul Northesk in Palis! is not entirely in i during July this year. Last month lonn, however, he said, the INSURGENTS ARE KILLED ATTACK RANCH IN MEXICO FOLLOWING DEMAND FOR MONEY granted Jessica Oct., was Ladj Northesk, former Blown, from Earl of Peggy Hopkins Joyce arrived from England with an announce- ment that Northcsk was to be her fifth husband. He is 011 the same boat and said he is free to marry late this fall when the final divorce decree is granted. Jessica Brown "was married in I ing industry having scaicely it at all and the steel induslii meagcrly. f Uj A UIK'll MEXICO Cm, Oct. berto elm Ham, "id 15 ol his followers me said in a dis- patch f-oni C.iliente to have been slain aftei they looted and scl fie to a La I'unt.i lanch. JA is the insuigenls al- tackad the lanch after .1 demand for pesos had been i o- tused bv the ovvneis. July, 1923. Specials Butter, per Ib 520 and 50 f Eggs, mixed, dor. white, doz. Premium Hams, whole, Ib 30? Premium Hams, half, Ib 31 Picnic Hams, per Ib 24? Fresh Pork Shoulders, Ib Frcth Pork Hams, whole, per Fresh Pork Hams half, Ib Lard, per Ib I7c Fresh Beef Tongueit tb Brookficld Sausage, pkg. Fresh Killed Pork Pork Tails, Feet, Chittlings and Tripe for 'Souse. Monroe Meat Market Phone 411 510 Fleming St. GERMANY 8 DAYS FROM PENSACOLA Oct Ger- I many is now only eight dajs from I Pensacola, now that such modern CHICAGO'S MEANEST THIEF j inventions as Zeppelins arc being j used to span the waters. The Graf Zeppelin, which re- cently landed in America brought a letter to a local firm which was only onc day over a week in transmission. WHERE THE WOMEN D. Aronovitz Department Store Aronovite Department Store announcing another special Saturday and Monday offer- ing for the latest iia shoes. Every style of shoe and heel in the latest shades and vogues. We also have hosiery to match any Shoe in the store and Shoes and Hose for every oc- casion. Come in today and see our complete assortment and pare our prices. Duval Street V. slei stole- fiom a grave a purse! laid there by a woman while she got water for flowDis she hadj taken to the cemetoiy. DRUGS, TOILET GOODS AND STATIONERY Gardner's Pharmacy 532 Duval Phone 177 Every Shoe in our store is reduced for Saturday and Monday. The very latent in Shoe styles in all the up to the minute and Phoenix and Hotiery match each Shoe in the store. No matter what the occasion you can find the fit, the mode and th'e shade in our most complete assortment. THE STORE OF FASHION I. Appvlrouth "MAKE YOUR PAPER PAY YOU Money Saving Grocery Prices WATCH THE KEY WEST CITIZEN closely these d.ays for special savings on groceries and meats. Make your paper pay you dividends. The1 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 their goods. THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERYBODY'S PURSE A merchant who advertises his prices'charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a non- advertising merchant charged 40 cents for. Why this big difference? By patronizing the merchants who present their frankly and openly each week you help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT OF KEY WEST. Make your paper pay you dividends. NAVY DAY PROGRAM SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 EVERYBODY WELCOME N.ny V.ud open to all duy. open to visiloi Kit-vie- r.s mid Eat-ic sunset. Submai no S-21 mm and fiom I opei1 to rrmii to in the afternoon. Uill I" a. ill. til' 'I to II 10 in iht ships lull.dies, ship p m. Haseliall name bttween 7th Uislml KoK.es, ;md National Guaid at me N.iv .'I m. Final championship tennis match lu: the U'est and Alomoc (Joui'tv ,it the Vaid. 8 m Open an IIIOMCS on the v 
                            

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