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   Key West Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1928, Key West, Florida                               Associated Press Day Wiro Service Citizen For 49 Years Dovotod to the Interests of Key West iVOLUME XLIX. No. 257. OCTOBER J928. PRICE FIVE CENTS Charles Caring Gets Three-Year Sentence In Criminal Court Today jt i PLEADS GUILTY TO EMBEZZLING FUNDS OF MASONIC ORDER IN KEY WEST Charles K. former seereary of Anchor Lodge No. 182 in this was sentenced to a term of three years in the state penitentiary at a bpecial term of Monroe county 'criminal court to- day. He was charged with em- bezzling of lodge funds and entered a plea of guilty to t information as filed. When asked the usual fjuesHion be stated that he had nothing to say as to why sentence should not be pronounced upon him. A. wife and two children aic dependent upon Garing for he in- formed the court when question- ed about his family. This includes the little one born to their home the first night he was in jail for the piesent offense. He gave bis age as 32. In discussing the the court showed that this nature of crime came under a diffeient law than that undei which Robert II. was i ecently senten- ced to seven years in the state prison. The Givens the judge conies under a statute relative to embezzlement by county or municipal of- which fixes a maximum penal v of 20 All violations similar to that of was aie ic- quired to be triad under a statute makes the penalty the same. as that-foi1 larceny. Since his cu.se' .-involved than it must come under the head of grand for which the law places the maximum penalty at five in the and has to officials of organ- .zations or firms who embezzle funds entrusted to them bv rea- son of the positions they hold. want this thoroughly under- said the order that the impression may not go out that I an exception in your1 the court told the prisoner. Sanding erectly at the neatly dressed and clean Charles Garing- stoically faced the situation until mention made of his wife and large tears i oiled down his cheeks and dropped to the floor. The court stated that a com- mittee from the Anchoi lodge had asked that leniency .be shown Garing' as far as the couit could and that for this reason and in consideration of his tamily the defendant was given three instead of the maximum of live'years. Speaks to Voters DIRIGIBLE IS SIGHTED OVER MASS. GRAF ZEPPELIN TAKES OFF FROM LAKEHURST FOR CIRCLE ROUTE FLIGHT TO GERMANY SCHOOL ENDS BOY EDITORS' CAREER John J. chahm-in of the Democratic National who over the radio next week for a second time. THREE NUNS BURN TO DEATH ONE ALSO INJURED IN FIRE TODAY AT CONVENT j t IN CANADA I i OTTAWA. Oct. Thiou rais brrncd deaJi laud anolhev mjt'rcd in a file 1 d '-t'-rvcd the at Gatlueau Point th niornmu. I i The dend aic Sistt-'i Supeiio' of Saint and Sister iUivjraic. 20. An overheated furnace T. be- lieved to have been the cause oC the file. IN'GTON. Oct. Navy Department was informed Ib.il the Graf Zeppelin v.liich left liakolnif-t. N. at 1 I si. ui. to- il iy for a ircle route Ihghl to w-is sijjhfc'd al'l'-i- o'clock Oi'slei n over taking an Thc r.V'al coinnunicatioii of- luor said Hiat she was nnparenl- ly nol at tea. SENDS MCbSAGE TO COOLIDGE Or t. Af- LaK'-'hur Or. Hugo I conniiandci- of UK- i-'idioed to l'i f't'doiil OonljdiTp and yect- tyiy Wilhm thz-jrk nc foi the re- and aid of I lie uovei'n- n cut the 11 on vis- it Lo the United Slat'.s. ZEPPELIN TRIP CAUSES SURPRISE Oct. start the lelurn t'np of tlio Graf came ni y to Hi'1 Gcnrsin public who hid been led lo a-'-uin'' that Dr. Huso fitk- had to no-ipono the ti in unll1 Tue-rlay. prevailed that the airship would negotiate the i e- lun trip in a cisior iiit'nner th.m western voyasie. Democratic Speakers At Bayview Park On Saturday Night Romp On Republican Administration In Its Past Activities CANNES' SHORTAGE TO BE REPLACED RAISING FUND SOUTHERN BAPTISTS NOVr.lWCLK 11 AS I-OR RESTORING AMOUNT MISSING SET DATE FULL Graham Howe d lui brother Iri-. c to publication of their Wisncr Bee to devote lime to Iheir studies but they the satibfnclion of knowing they worked up circulation of 500 for their paper nnd m.iclc il pay a profit. JATKSOM ibi-i i i Oe- lie-in A I'ICSHI Oil. eiiculation will suspend publication in December the i-ub'U'ipl ions pay foi thf printed paper. our said tlie cl'hi job dc-pait- V d _. STOWAWAY ON DIRIGIBLE LFRLIN. Oct. 1 l-oin a raprt'c iK'itive of Lo- j I k.il aboard the Graf' snvs that i Arncucfin f stowaway j m The en me 'if the boy was not given but is said to 'ie an em- ploye of a lav.'vei's of I id'. i hi'nl also in piolitable ami it we that its Graham Howe. I continue alter Ire paper and Hutton. H. may devote December Wo have not more time to algebra and new f-ubsc npt ops and job English and physics. jwnrk but we get plenty of The paper started a boyibh I The Hi year old editor said the venture in the jouths editorials have been educa- ing the news in pencil and illus- tional. trating it with crayon. Within a we have lo be year Graham and flutton ac- lie added. quired a hectograph for their pa-i Graham will graduatid from per. and in it came out' ttie high school ner-.l spiing. He first as a tync-produced i then will cmtei the University of Trie type had been salvaged from Nd.i.iska bent on obU'nms a tho ruins of The VVisnor Chronicle I join nalistic ducation Hutton. of'fk'c destroyed by fir-j. lias been lined to avia- Grahani and IJutton accomplish i tion. and I'lvinn he intend-5 will be what few newspapers publishers i his life's woik boy on i found as a I the air this PRINCE OF GREECE NOW ENGAGED TO PRINCESS FRANCOISE Oct. Chris- topher of widower of late Mrs. W. D. Leeds of is engaged to Piincess second daughter of the Duke of pi-stendcr to the French throne. The marriage is to take place at Orleans family estate at Palermo in January. Ciry ins 'e'yeai Tax Roll For 1928 Presented To County Commissioners The 1928 tax roll for Monroe county as formally accepted by tlie county commissioners at a special session this foienoon car- ries a total valuation of approxi- mately including the aiinoiint of property taken by the state for tax sale. The amount open for ment is the records show. The tohal valuation is practical- ly the same as last Assessor Eugene R. Albury but there is a marked increase in the he shows. The total as- sessment last year was 75 this year it will be 83 millb. Of this the state orets nine the jCnunty 71 and the special jf district three .mills. Bonatacio Rivero Is Held For Court On Hunting Charge Jionafiicio rnaigcd with hunting out of season and in his JKJSM WHS heW lo criminal court under bond of at a lifarinji before County -ludjre llu.yli Gunn this I'oicnoon. pleaded hfiviiiff in his but not to Ihc charge of out of hcusun. Clinic Warden Charles I. I'ark lirid a dead dove to offer evi- which he stated lie had found in the possession of J'ona- facio on the grounds near the in- cinerator plant. He also .seined a fine doublc-bai rcl haminerle'-s shotgun from the which he says will be sent to Tallahassee to be disposed of at the annual sale of seized guns conducted by the state wai-den. The money for guns so sold is sent to be placed in the fine and forfeiture fund of the county in which they were the game warden explained. MANY REPUBLICAN SPEECHES MADI AssocillU-ll 1'ri-mnl CHICAGO. Oct. than republican campuisjT. speeches have been delivered since October 1 in 28 western southcvn it was an- nounced todaj by Walter II. director of the speakers of the republican mxtional com- mittee. MANY INJURED lDSfflN AT I NEWPORT NEWS BANK ACCOUNTS MAIN-ISSUE-IN TWELVE GIRL STUDENTS OF DISTRICT ATTORNEY IN MARYLAND COLLEGE FIG-I PHILADELPHIA SAYS OTH- JJRE IN ACCIDENT ER DISCLOSURES EXPECT- REPORTS STATE ED IN CORRUPTION MESS Another Democratic Rally To J3c Held At Tark Tonight Another erilhusiaslic democra- tic rally will be held at llayvicvv park tonight with local speakers and perhaps visiting' orators niak- addresses for the cause of democracj. The Key West which has been a pleasing attrac- tion al. recent rallies in the will also furnish music for the program this directed by Haydn lllingworth. The demonstration tonight promises to be one of the most interesting and most largely at- tended ralioh of the present cam- paign in Key West and it is con- fidently expected that a tremen- dous crowd' will be there to en- joy the piogram and learn more of the true cause of democracy. PLAGUE OF FRYING ANTS sections of the city are suffering from a plague of winded ants. NEWPORT Oct. Twelve students of Maryland ColIu'iJ for women were iiijuiod thi.s mornint-- when a bus in which they wcic ruling collided with trollej cr.r. The bus with 24 gn Is on a sighUeeing trip was struck overturned a n d dragged for a Mioit disiiince. The extent of injuries nol deUriiiincd at first bul witnesses aic of the opinion thai they wore severely hurl. HOYLES' HOME BOMBED TODAY RESIDENCE OF OHIO L13HEK BADLY DAMAGED I Afc NOCIflKMl J Oct. M. District Attorney directing the grand jury tiKation in bootleneis and police today that ibe disolosures in the invcitiatiun .so f.u and ln.it he ey- pei-tcd other to h.l lie said IIP was p.n ly i'1- 'crchtfid in learning more ab'iiit the 15 bfin'- act'iii'it-. totalling bv unidentified pi r- bul connected by poliei 'x.ith g-raft and the niiderwoild. i ii'.idi- I o enlist es ci'y and child among the MT.Ilhl white Baptists of Floiida 'n hi-iv- iir i o'l I -bai-c in 111'- p' of Sollthi'i n Fiintist lion lo niisu in i-a--h II. lor it lo tin1 MI1-idn J'.oaidj Alhiiila the full unoipit il is .illogril v.as stolen tin1 i c-1 c'nt licasurci of that insliluton Thus nnnoum cpi'jiil was sitj Baptist lei hci c iodav Al. ill Stale tary. Xo di linile '-'hM'o ol tins out I iv. ido has been n id i and no d I v ill bi lo the IJ.-ipti llllllllir'S ol till' i-1 Mlit- In that tb c t for tli s pin-poM hd-uMii. I'lomotion Ooirmil- t' UK Ji.ipl 'st C HI v i nl ion d llu1 hope i Ilsipt'-it 'inuht led pruinpl I'd I o i. e ill opol I to b'' and Ihsit Hie chinches ii'i'l k'd to i jisi' nnioiint to nisinv doll.iM hsui- niemhi is. In order to -u- c-ovipli h Ih'- li'i-vcM i nu-niben of ill have tn more thiiii one dollur each to bi'iny up the aveume the a it pointed out no 11 v I 01 as'-ossiiicnl.s upon then Hun liiittum but the- dcnon1 nation is ni'i- lu the volunia1 y loyaltj ol its mcitibcibhip in this s-pCLial cii- ai'd the leadeis tbeie be a u-.spo'ihe Irom iiiactical- Iy niiiiiv BaptisK as v uie abb1 to teach with the in I'oi r.rit ion vvi'hm short 1 iiiu- availal tie Ol I he leinesenlod bv the Carnes up-1 pioxiinatt-lv was i.iknn I1 om the Church fluild .ig Loan and the i emaimler bv the si'le ol noti s of the Koaid i various l.ej'leis tin denomiiuilion feel thai Hie call lo it'SLore the bi'.-s to the f'nuiih liuildjng Loan Fund is as binrlmtf upon the i p.iyinonL of the and foi I hat reason the cull the es is for- the restoi ioji of entire shortage. STRONG APPEAL IS SENT OUT FOK THE 1' MAINTENANCE OF The Hon. Jouftt Shosise of former uiider-Secreinry of the Treasury under President Vv'ilson who is now a member of Advisoiy Committee of die Dcmocrjtic Nation.il Committee and .in ardent worker foi the Sinidi- Robin-son ticket. Mr. wbo the wheels of prohibition en- foicwncnt moving ten ago now seeks modification of the Volstead Act. MMCTMENTS N MURDER CASE ARE SOUGHT GEORGE HARSH AND ARD GALLOGI.Y ARE MEN-' I TIONED IN ATLANTA Uepubhc.ui CEED1NGS IE A tsorJ.'i N'TA. Oc-i GeniM.il .John A tod iv mi lit-. 'A oiild bi Ilithanl h I lai -If s e K II. Abe Miiitb in i ci cut and tb.it Hie automobile 1 caped 11 om the i liov kins' of I ice nun dei indu I- toinoi i gi I sh uid vlloglv on tin1 ba- DM Hie ba- and Will.ird ho'd-ups in A t- G.illo'ily n v.hich Ihi'y es- fjitsil liold-ujis. FOUR METHODS OF TRAVEL TO AND FROM CITY DR. A. ZIL1AK ENJOYS Secure More Members For American Automobile Aszn. We Serve Every Day A 35c PLATE LUNCHEON 11 to 4 KEY RESTAURANT Duval St. Amvcinied TUANSFIEL1'. Oct. The home C. Mansfield was bombed early today. The front porch of the build- ing was torn front win- dows blown out the inter- ior of the house was also dam- aged. No one was reported injured in connection with the bombing. MONROE THEATRE TODAY The Hound of Silver Creek Featuring A great story with a great dog as the hero. STRAND THEATRE TODAY THE NAUGHTY DUCHESS PUBLIC SPEAKING o'Clock Bayview Brooks Taking Care or Campaign Along Florida Keys George G. Brooks carried the doctrine of demociacy to Mate- cunibe Saturday where he is reported to have addressed a crowd that filled the Matecum- Ix school house and crowded the doois and windows. Urooks reports having nuite a number of citi- who had been disciples ol Hoover until his speech opened their eyes. Smith will carry the day up de- r-bired. Willi 100 more- inember.s added the local AAA Ivy West would be entitled to have a regularly equipped office I the national organization es- tablished pel manently in this aicording to James ti'inai orffanizalion who lias arrived to spend a week in j a. membership cam- I He says he believes that the ad- Iditional 100 members will be easily secuiod here and points out 'that the location of an office here would be a git-at boost for Key for oiilv a few cities in the Stak-s are so fortunate as 'to obtain one of those handsome- ly equipped lieadquarors for in- formation of tourists. Mr. Elliott brought with him I the Key emblem plates of the .orpranixatudi and is exchantf- Img- them to local members for j the Florida AAA signs now in use I here. WIFEGOVERNOR SMITH AND DAUGHTER NOW IN BALTIMORE FISHING TRIP DURING HIS RECENT VISIT TO KEY WEST Oct. Alfred K. accompanied by her Mrs. Kmily arrived hei'f where she is expected to meet her husband later in the day. She was greeted at the depot bv a delegation of women who escorted her to a luncheon in her honor. Having taken advantage of the I lour niclhods of transportation available at Key West during the j week spent in this city as house' guest ol Mi. and Mrs. I'. Art- j lit L. before de- pal I or his homo m Indian. expressed himself as j to DANCE Friday Night K C. Hut Miss having enjo.ved his stay here im- mensely. bv Dr. Zibak took an airplane flight i etui ning on a to eonipl'-te his visit then left by rail en route home. sire but very few places in the woi Id that afford ways of said the A fine fishing on which the doctor pi oved himself an anglor of the past master added to the thrills of his and he will have some genuine fish stories to tell the back home. Dr. Ziliak .said he was delight- 'th tho scenic drives the following publicity matter is climate and the congenial rk-d on evcVy envelope sent out I llu lnc'L In Wost f.on. the offices of the associ.i-I 1K rormer clasnmate of P. publisher of The Citi- tho Atlantic Coastal Saturday ii'fthl in iJayview a estimaU'd lit 1 heai d tlnce is fioni Dado C ountv rake administrations of JI aiding Coolidge 1ii'.' the maintenance of .Abe native Xey returned to his home with a sti ony appeal for Democracy. A the first speak- er ol the submitted cou- ciete evidence to bear out the of fjral t and Ilial have existed in the Ibiiding and f'oolidjti' .''.dniinistiiition lie told of how lleibert as a membei ol these cabinets .sat aiound and allowed the oil lands of this countiy to lull into Hie liand-s of swindleis. lie told of telegram that had been bent to Horn CM- askniji why this was be- ing allowed to take place and of Hoover sending tlie tclegKiin on to Albert then secretary of the with the .shall niv .insvwr have onh to read u-coids of the la-.t two. thru of Co'i- to see what 1 lie Republi- can .solons then thouuht of Iler- but Hie same who they I v on Id now lead j on lo believe j to be illinium- fi 0111 all blame in ooke-dnes.s lh.it evrled un- der Ilaiding and Cool Abe traced the sirtnms of party llirouu'li tin past and a half v c.n s. lie chujst'd n.it all that I'ussibly could be kept liom the south bad been held back b the party now in c lunge of ilie government and he riled the selling- of the Ai my the ledlKing of the I 01 cos ut tho N'a- v Viiid and other aid that should be forlhconung for Kov bul have been pigeon holed by the- pub'i- as ol his The .second speakei of the ning v.as a na- tive the Grackei ktale. Mi. D.i- is won ihe. health ol his audience when he '-.ud no would have been a Democrat no matter vvhein vva.s boin for tlie furi- I damenlal pimc-ijile of the nigali- ixation one tli.it .should ap- peal to anv citizen bavu nevei touched a hliong in my .Mr. Davis iaid. believe 'n enfoie11- mont of the pi ohildlion but I say I'ni that prohibition a it is toila IK a larce. If Siaitb bebe'vc-s can roniudy this farce Hu-n lie is the maa I am foi. I waul Lo see our ledcial law onee again re.sjitLl- d Ua'iiiing' ti his Ml'. Dav iciitid Hi which i had been ex- jio'dl in fedei.il offices. He l-'oi lies and Millei as oxjimjiles. want to to all thieves Amoi Ml. Davis after the IhefU that have been exposed in the llaid- Mg and C'oolidgo adniiii.'sti ations _______________ I Key West Given Much Publicity On Many Envelopes Sent Out Key West is being given wide publicity on tho back of corre- f.pondo.nee envelopes used by the Atlantic Coadal Highway Asso-i'' I nation. Printed in red ink 'hold type in 1 think that an apology is due them offci to counli y r 11 eis to to Key miles. The longest and most completely paved j highway in the world. Eliminates grade sharp assures comfort and Mifcly. America's most historic and Meenic WANTED of Crawfish weekly. SOUTHERN LOBSTER CO. Gulf Oil Dock docs llerbei I Moovi r us Hie people of in his acccpt'inte Mi. Davis asked. us a camouflaged pro- gram. Rut to the clique that has i many j been back of the Republican par- visitor. I ty dining the past seven and a half yeair he says 'I shall con- tinue to operate the government as it has been under Harding and Coolidge.' s. Mr. Davis smilingly a point that I want to if there are any IToo- vei-Democrats here tonight thai want a of the past tvo administrations T want to toll them to vote for Herbert Hoover. I do not want to try to swing such men again into the Democratic ranks. They belong with Forbes and the rest of the clique.''' Touching- on the action of Mr. Hoover in remaining silent as he sat around the greatest coun- cil table that this government re- maining silent while our natural on Page .NFW SPA PERI   

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