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   Key West Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1928, Key West, Florida                               Associated Press Day Wire Service N For 49 Yeans Dcvolod l.o the Interests oi' Kuy West v VOLUME XLIX. No. 256. OCTOBER 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTfc Ceremonies Will Be Staged In Key West On Presentation Of Silver Cup Won By Drum Corps CUBAP CONSUL JORGE LONE ROBBER PONCE TO MAKE HOLDS UP BANK IN MARYLAND PRO-i CRAM TO BE GIVEN UNVEIL SHAH AS MEMORIAL TO FOSTER AND OTH- ER SONGS SUNG IN ORY OF COMPOSER OF MEL- MELODIES PARK TONIGHT STILL CLIMBING t Most Of Hallowe en Season THREE MIAMI ATTORNEYS j FIFTY PERSONS WERE ALSO TO BE ABE ARON-1 IS ONE OF SPEAK-i ERS INJURED IN ACCIDENT TAK- ING PLACE YESTERDAY IN RUMANIA LOCAL NAVAL STATION THROWN OPEN TO VISITORS IN GENERAL OBSERVANCE OF NAVY SHIPS ARE DECORATED SILVER SPRINGS INSTITUTION Captain Arthur H. t commanding the drum and bugle i i corps of the Knights of Golden j which were iccently ac- I corded high honors in Havana in j a competition held among vari- j I ous in j ance at the United States Veterans' has been informed thai IS ROBBED OF BAN- DIT DROPS PART OF LOOT WHILE FLEEING Aa tlnxe-ton jrranite veiled here today A bhaH was un- as a memor'ai SILVER Oct. Silver Springs National j Bunk held up this morning by a lone robber who obtained but dropped as he fled in the silver cup won j shower of bullets fired by bank i employes. by the Key West unit will Lo for- j Ite jn u taxicab which warded lo this city and turned j descried about y mile from the 1 bank. over to Cuban Consul Jorge Ponce for presentation at a time i to be get in the ucar future. j Miss Candida Cruz of j the bureau oi sanilalion in j who acted as interpreter on many j occasions during the convention days iu and who also de- livered an excellent address dur- ing that has been extended j an invitation to visit and from all accounts it appears that I the Cuban lady is now consider- j imitation to pay Ihe slate a visit. Captain Sheppard states that the address delivered by Miss M'irandu the cause of much favorable comment inasmuch as it dealt wilh incidents which were readily brought to Stephen Collins inade thcj stream famous. f A national touch siren Foster's songs. Rivt -My Old Kentucky a- Black were bioadca from New York. The Foster melodies v by a male quartet at Three prominent attorneys of Jliami will speak in Key West to- night at the big -ral- ly to start in Buy park-'al 8 CJeorge former the of Fred county for and Abe during Ihe night and moie bodies i throng Ocl. patches reaching here today stale j that the dcnth. toll of the railroad vi'cck near the Rumanian town of Itecea had grown to GO or 70 or about double the number an- nininccd in statements from liucharcst yesterday. Fifty per- sons were injured reports said. Work in Ihe wreckage went on dig- A bin' welcome sign was 'at the main entrance to the navy yard this mum ing and Ihe gales were thrown wide open with cor- dial invitation to Key WosU'rs and visitors to be guests of the navy today and join with the naval station personnel in tin1 inial observation Navy Day. At throughout the day visitors are heing .shown MERRIMENT IS SEEN ON EVERY HAND AS PAGEANT PASSES BY ON MANY STREETS 1 MISS PARKER PASSES BAR EXAMINATION PROPOSES ESTABLISHING OF- FICES IN KEY WEST AND WILL BEGIN PRACTICE AT AN EARLY DATE Miss Molly M. of the First National lias success- fully passed the bar examination back to memory i in Florida and will practice law in relative to the elose lelatiuns of Key establishing offices in Americans and tho Cuban colony the secoija story of the bank at days in their struggle'tm early she states.. for Spanish rule After taking the exaini Ihe'lsland Republic in which Ihe Jacksonville on Sliss American people were always 'Parker had nothing- con- cerning the outcome until this when she received a telegram from G. T. Whitfield. secretary of the state bar associa- sayinsr successfully pas.sod October bar examination. found to be ready lo assist them any way possible for Ihe- free- dom which they sought. In all probability a program of enlerlahimenl will be arranged'to be carried out in Key West in connection with the presentation of the silver cup to the drum which event will lake place at a time lo be .selected by the committee for this purpose. Miss Parker is not new to the profession of having prac- tieed in the courts at Mobile five years previous to her to The following- is the address Key but had never taken that was delivered by Miss Mi- the Florida examination. She has randa to the veterans in Havana been with the bank here two and thai she there ono-half years and says War will continue her while establishing herself in the practice of law in this city. WOULD ATTACK AIR RECORDS COMMERCIAL IS NEW ORGAN- IZATION FORMED during the To the Spanish-Amel lean 1 regret from the bottom of my heart 1 do irol master the rich and beautiful language of Shakespeare to be able to express in wolds my so you may-know my unfortunately -when the war ended I left broken hearted and in those times we had no schoois in the place where 1 lived in the western part the island of the province of llic strongest and the many people call l-y dif- ferent but whose ical name is Pinar del Rio. Tlrj nro- j Lyy Ocl. vince which produces Ihe best to- j Plans for the organization of a bacco in the world and I he p'-o- commercial yince -which may be proud of hav- finance a wholesale assault on ing been chosen by God's will and j aviation records were announced Macco's sword lo win jhe last i today by Harry Los An- frcles sportsman and Captain C. B. D. pilot. There arc 50 world records in the flying and many of them arc held by Tucker said. He believes the organization would bo a most profitable one. u brief pageant by Way- school The Suwanee K'ver rises in OkcfecnoJfec swamp south. Geoigia and flows thence to I loridti and the Gulf of Mexico. CLEVELAND NILES ASKS VOTERS FOR UNITED SUPPORT AS REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE HE POINTS TO FIVE CAMPAIGNS IN BRIEF TIME THREE NAVY MEN WILL MAKE TRIP CN DIRIGIBLE ouitz. former' Key wert found il was lepmled. cnroute over the highly speeches in Key ton'glit. I Tlioce will be the mam ocatort- for tonight and y aref Speakers siidi as is cal dcniouralV lo-' IT sbori 'will also bu made liy local .speak- it i.-- and will i c enhanced in- terest by front the Wesl civic diiecledi Haydn JIlipgwoHh. i Jiucal dcmocr inen say that every our- wbuiean possibly do -jeita'ulj at-' tend this rally wi'l not o-dy osthig Init enlightening slruelivr-. The issues of the paign will be from the shoulder.'' loc.i crats assure. the tennis wlm-li lius been in progress all the week. The j outcome will decide the ID'ZJSI ehampionship tennis for Ktiy on lasl inghl by the Union West and Monroe count v. These du hi Carabina soeiely of matches commenced al alioul o'clock and are still in piourcs.sl W'esL the cxlen- as The lo pros uilhj quite a gallery ncssing the contests for the cup- rades ever seen in this Al S o'cloclv this eveninu there modern naval i-n the the eelebra-' to which the Kagle Boats ls imited. Irons bo ff.-itui ed in due to its historic thai came liure for lion of Navy Day. 5K and opened to visitors at j 10 o'clock this morning and will jcnteitain guests until calU-i-h Iliroiigli in- f tile vessels and alford- li instructive enteruiin- Thc colorful Hallowe'en page- fiiion Key slen- beauliful and successful pa- r s to expressions Iicar3 great many of the thou-' ihiinds of people who ciowded the lo vieu the jiretly pro- I COMMANDER PIKRCE LIEUTENANTS BAUCH AND SETTLE TO VOYAGE AS U. S. REPRF.SF.NTATIVES be 1 fJciino- Oct. -27-- Conmande. Maurice K. i'ien-. Li.-.ilenani Charles Kdwanl liaii.-li ami Lieutenant lloma.s C. Settle will be passengers on II1U1 menl. Siiluiuirine H-iJ I i from until 1 I this AND I morning and ink-ie.-iled them I demonsl of deep sea sound- I iim-s It opened again at t this al'lei noon lo close at -I o'i All ships of navy are in j full for the day and I lie it O. steamships are profusely deroralcd in honor of the or- casiou. i j Spoils evcnlK loda.s's consist of baseball games and tennis and on these i much local interest il i.s' the is expected to a laige The film exhibition be preceded by an addic-s fioni William U. U'airen. This lose the Xavv except Ilial Chief M.-i-i chinisl ri-ii Alagei- is to speak Ih'c Alclhodist church inoin-j tohinni oi j in .spcrsing a decorated and did ing with the marchers ami cobtuiiie inter- nidtorcade of llfishily aiiUni oljiles carrying dien al tired in keep- was beaded into Navy event on Page Big Hallowe'en Festival Corner Duval and Ealon Sts. Oct. 29 Kcfrcthmcnts 'of all kinds on and have a time. Special Sunday uhickcn Dinner 75 CcnU DESSERT Plum Pudding With Wine Sauce Key Street IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT Princess who will present marvels of mental psychology anj oriental mysticism 'will be available at the Ho- tel La Concha daily for private audiences for those who de- sire to be informed on matters pertaining to their 'personal fortunes. Appointments must be made through her secretary which can be by telephoning the secretary at the La Concha Hotel. Owing to the number of those who desire private readings and the applicants will be interviewed in the order of their appointments. PRINCESS ZORAIDA By Her Personal Representative EDWARD SOPER Sheriff Cleveland A. Nilcs is- sued the foregoing statement re- garding his candidacy the voters of Monroe j is with r-gret that 1 am undgi'v'ifche.njeiftes'Sity point- ing out to you f' ani faced' with opposition in my election for Sheriff of your county. After all within a brief pe- I hud hoped to have the honor oi' going into office in the general as the regu-1 lar democratic without j opposition. times I have my name to you as a candidate primary and general election and j four times you have seen fit to honor me with the confidence of an. overwhelming vote. 1 shall proceed with my duties and my plans on the supposition that this general election will sec aiiolbev role confidence registered in my favor. of my which have submitted to you as voices and .time I believe that a sense of fair playjwhich is ever dominant among the elec- will mean my election No- vember 6th. you and as I have pointed out I. am a Koy Wcsl born and reared For years I have tried my beat to meet my obligations as a man 'and as an official and submit to you as a- fair-minded voter that T have succeeded insofar as any man may succeed. charity was asked 1 have given. decision was 1 TREATMENT INSANITY NOf TWO PERSONS HOPELESSLY INSANE WAKENED STUPORS BY IN WISCONSIN the return flight of the Graf Zep- i pel'n to as j Al tin- of the Un'it-d SUil'-s I'aseb.dl game the con- ican of lo obsei e j ''''ing hot nines from Ihe the pr-n'o mance of the j distriil foi'ies ami it .innounced today. Kloridn Nalioiial Guards. are all ontslaiicling sports rcalnrc crai't cx-perts. j Hie ilav will bu the finales in BOLT HITS SOUTH KHIKLDS. Kn-.--- Thiitj peisons were burl when lijfhtniiur sluick a i-trout car iu Westoi- Lane. JlKNOCIitlt-ll 1 Oct. -21. -A i treatment for imperfc-t-t j as but temporarily j was demonstrated by two tors of the'University of W'scoii-J sin. li persons considered hope- j lessly insane were wakened from' j their for several inimilc-. yesterday by Dr. W. F. and Dr. A. S. jj After inhaling as pie- j scribed the patients were able tn'j talk rationally. They answcn-il queblions intelligently and moved and ncted Knocking the HIGH Out of Prices WAIVE HEARING ON PETITION IN KLAN'S ACTION CASE WILL BE TAKEN UP ON ITS MERITS IN SEVERAL MONTHS1 IS AN- NOUNCEMENT MADE Yes Tin- second method of treat- j mcnt is using drugs developed bj hgro. Dr. which is als-i found equally effective. The doctors cm.phasix.cd tlu'i their which is a result of 12 years are still in- complete. DEATH FROM CIGARETTES j ABMOCJnlrri Oct. '2.1. -Hearing on a petition for preliminary hi- ll junction and receiver against the j Ku Klux Kl.-j.ii has been waived J i by agreement of it was pricOK arc 11 announced by United Slates Dis- it COSts il lot 10 lKct Couvi Sibley it tsikos careful fijfurinjj Uu- was to make the family in- ii plain- come equal to tho 'family Tw klan r j ii' j l'et the case come up on its merits .so I am constant y -r several months the judge .striving to prices Said down and save youjj The suit asked an injunction money wherever possible. alleged dissipation and I am putting SAI.E on tli at have had deeision. square and up- right dealing with my fcllowmen was called for 1 have never been found wanting. J ask you to return me to office in my fifth candidacy within three years to a regular term and F feel sure that you will respond this time as you have al- ways knowing that J will discharge the duties of my office in a conscientious manner and conduct myself as a citizen in the same manner as heretofore with malice towasti none and charity toward all. thank 'Democratic Nominee For Sherjff. Monroe Political AdvertlMemeao WHST Kn-. The coroner's held U.ntij the sudden deat'i of Mrs. Euiih Nock was due to excessive ette S knocks the out I and brings 1 them dowji to the lowest j j level at desirable j has j sold in this vicinity for t Special For JO A. M. Costume Jewelry for Ladies' Hand Bags Special Pipes Tea Pots Opening Sale FranK Johnson Concha Hotel mcrclKuuli.se many months. Now is the Time to Uuy I While Prices arc Down j j 20 Prr Cent Discount Allowed on Jfurcbascs From lo f I contribution of the organization's funds to political and the petition set out that the Ulan has into an tion for spreading libel and der about any birth or a member Catholic person of foreign of Ihe Human on li to tlic uy Llu' Of Ihe The Day program in al'Llln ljnti'c and W.'sL this year will have covcierl tllc'ro compliments on at intervals a peri.ul of prarl'ical- i manner in ivhich the four davs. making v-1 was nalltlled. ance al this port more M eminent was at high tide and and diversified than in past years i Lllc ol afford- officials statf. The for Ihrong.s of tics commenced slluetators lined Ihe .streets the llolary cluli meeting was turn- l'uvt-'r.scd by the pageant. The clowns were and the full robed masked and black. There niake-up.s and iinper.sonations of almost every i ace and elaaa and characters of history and fic- tion. The most grotesque were M' flight I ul as to make a number colored children take lo their heels and inn for their homes. and bunches of ineiryinakei-.s along sidewalks also iToaled much amusement and added lo the interest of Ihe eve- especially the lame cidolcrl ilicns parades have ever j.'ie.itor crowds than did the parade last a number Mei c heard lo and the Ir.ition is being pro- ni'linci'd one of the must elabor- ate and successful Hallowe'en c'enls ever atlc-inpted in Ihe city. Alter the panido a dance com- meiiced at the K. C. hut on Du- i .sponsored also by the i and it is reported to j have been a most brilliant and sin sl'nl a I fair with scores of collides pa i ticipaling in the danc- On i Friday naval officers diessed the pupils of I lie Innh school and the JiiM-ph college The intere.stiny silicduled to continue t hi-'Uighoilt loihiN the tomorrow niorninu will the lunnbers planned fur Navvi I .iy oliM'rvancc in Key West. HOOVER HELP FARMERS i i i REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL1 NOMINEE SAYS HE WOULD CALL EXTRA SESSION CONGRESS FOR RELIEF Illy 1. Her- bert lloovei today announced Unit if the republican p.irty is icturn- cd to power that lie Would call an extra bChsion of coiiui'ess to deal with farm adequate legis- lation is mil cn.iclcd at the coin- ing- session. The slaleinciil said in ''I should hope it can be dealt with at the regular session this and tlms a special session avoid-j cd. that cannot be i I if not Hie mallei to and would necessity call an c-xtr.i session so as to secure- early con- structive inu.-. which chestral music. to Hie lime of or- FIREMEN'S Convention Fund DANCE Monday llic K. C. hul. Louis C.-irboncIl's the firemen raise their convention fund by attending iliesc Admission must amount entitle customer We Serve Every A 3Sc PLATE LUNCHEON 11 to 4 KEY RESTAURANT Dural TONIGHT CORAL ISLE CASINO HALLOWE'EN DANCE Coral Isle Casino 31 Wednesday October From 10 Till 2 j Free Hats and Noise Makers j and Everything. j Phone 293-W for must amount lo lo entitle customer discount. J 25 Per Cent Discount Allowed on Purchases of or j Sale Starts Monday J Oct. Ends I Oct. THIS SALE IS POSITIVELY I STRICTLY CASH j NO APPROVALS OR ji EXCHANGES j I A COMPLETE LINE OF PAINTS AND BUILDING SUPPLIES jj j i Eugene Jr. 700 Duval Street Phone 73 j i Prompt Delivery j Rose Plants READY FOR DELIVERY MONDAY MORNING Red Radiance Pink Radiance Each South Florida Contr. Enjfr. Co. Phone 598 MONROE THEATRE TODAY v THE DOCKS OF NEW YORK Sunday The Naughty Duchess STRAND THEATRE TODAY HOW TO HANDLE WOMEN Sunday The Crip' of the Yukon MANHATTAN CAFE DUVAL ST. Special Dinner for Today and FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES Home Made Ice Cream Piei and OPEN FROM S A. M. TO 10 P. M. SPAPER   

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