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   Key West Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1928, Key West, Florida                               Associated Press Day Wins Service Citizen For 40 Years JJevoLcd Lo the Interests ol Key West Jiii- n VOLUME XLIX. No. 258. IjjEY OCTOJJEll 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS City Council Renews Street Lighting Contract Last Night DONATION MADE TO PAYL EXPENSES OF DELEGATION. S E N T TO WASHINGTON EARTH SHOCK REPORTED IN VA. Tlie city council in special ses- sion last unanimously voted a donation of to help defray the expenses of the Key West delegation Washington City to join in the motorcade which starts from ihcic 15 foi Key West in ccle biation of foiinal opening ul the Atlantic Coastul lligli-vvay from to this city. rSabconib Grooms Vf. Lcnieiitt. inciubcrs of the Cham- ber of Commerce wcie ircsent in interest of the tu have Kev West rcpicBcnted in the great high-way demonstration The.v stated that-while the county ij commissioners have individually i expressed approval of the co'in- I 1y giving a similar the matter -would be fojuiuMv pre- sented to Ibfj boaid al neAt 'lliurs- day night'-s meeting-. Tt is planned lo have thioc delegates from thib comnnuiitv in i tlie celebration niotoicadc leaving Washington. Oiah in.iri -T Kirchheiner of Ibe eoimlv com- Koss P pies'- dent of the citv and i Frank H. c-haiinian of Hi' ale I hose nominated to it was undeistood at the I RESIDENTS TREMOR DAMAGE EVER CLAIM DISTINCT IS FELTj NO REPORTED HOW- DIRIGIBLE IS REPORTED OFF NEW FOUNDLAND On the Radio I RADIO MESSAGE FROM GRAF ZEPPELIN I GIVES POSITION EAST CAPE RACE t'rmml G Oct. 00. A r.idiu message icceived tiom the Graf Zeppelin I in. o Oct. Itcsidenls here and around thib vicinity reported lo the Associated I'ITSS as having felt a distinct earth tremor early this morning. The shock -was strong enough cause hou'ses to -with u dows but no damage to FIVE KILLED INJXF'LQSION A S'l CAM BOILIiR FLIES THROUGH AIR AT MISS. last night. The- street contract foi the ensuing .year was approver the council at this s It was accepted on the same basis as for the past with no change in rate of chaigf-s for cur- rent used. The old street n rack situa- tion was dj.sou and 'comment OH iche matter of paving the sliccts affected by the aban- doned but nothing definite was done about it. Attention -was called to the 'Iact that but little seemed to have Ibeen done about having ear own- secure the city's license plate and means of bavins this law more enforced were dis- j and it was decided that decisive steps -will be taken in I matter. I nit Misc.. Oct. men were killed when -i fetcam boiler exploded mid flew 200 j v i yards through the a r clashing1 in- to retriil store. Appaientl.v out of watei the steam box at 0. B. McDamel's Planing Mills cracked with a mighty roar and dostroycU. tlic building in which it was and sailed through ivol shed. Those killed weie a machini-t named L. 0. Wil- bouine Rd Car nncl Pe- tcn's son Kvcrythins in the .vicinity the boiler house was wieckod. a. m. a. in. easfei n Paid thr.t at C a. m. the airship was miles iioithcast oS GapV .ill w-'ll On boaid. The message' slated that the a i.ship was heading vith a gale yji.- RECOMMEND WAGE INCREASE FOR RAILWAYMEN _ f .B.OARU Ar- POINTKD ISY I'RF.SIDENT COOMDGE PASSES ON MA'ITCR A. A. A. EMBLEMS NOW READY FOR DISTRIBUTION REPRESENTATIVE OF ORGAN- i 1ZA TION ESTABLISHES HEADQUARTERS IN KEY WEST RECENTLY I Enthusiastic Crowd Attends Democratic Rally Staged In Bay view Park Last Night LUCK FROM THE BABE AuLomobilu Ah- liuailcjUiirliis at made thu an- tar Get- TJie r-r rtigrncj board appointed bj I'lesid'-nt to invcstigaU the dispute wcstcu-ji rail roads has seven and one-half per cent in vaKC1' if certain operatjas rulci are ajid six and a half cent if the are 1111- t handed. fm-ther sug-gcstcd that -which ever suggestion adopted- it would be Tetro- active fa-om ih-ir year. ANCIENT CUBAN TRADE PREMIUM WILL CONTINUE FIGHT AGAINST BETTING RACES ing Es'I'i. iTmoiij el popular --f the m.im i lio lofned it a o nUy foi- the Knmli Robimot rrcki-l. v n- Mr. first ap pci'3iu5 miciophoiis. radio pfog'.Tii ur.ilLi- the anspicei of -die AutiicTj nnd Artisd for ulnc'i hundreds of ktmwt figures arpoiig ils ciEinbcrs. RATIFICATION OF DEBT SETTLEMENT NOW ELIMINATED QUESTION IS DISCUSSED AT .MEETING OF TRENCH CAB- IISET NO ACTION IS TAKEN Amuih'aii f se ci.ttiDii from its 1 noLinciMiu'iil toelay thai A A'.A. 1 emblem with' the ready lor dis- tribution to Kc-.y West members ol The'-e weie promised j to local mcnilii'i's by the1 A.A A 1 thu Kfy organ- ion totaled 200 C'l meuc inem- i be tins Koul h- od MIL- ciiibleiii.s urdeied and jh.i-r- MOV ai rived in mil are leadv di'-Li ihul 11 I M. KlhoU. a I'pies-nl i- ot the Anic'i-icaii Aul'imobile I filiation his il head- al Menus 1111-j I til o'elork thin .it Li 'nuchal lull I .md membi'i ol the A A.A. idil mi ilifou new e inlili-iiis bv Klhotl A SN'. Oct. in led J'rrmJ 30. HalificMli.m FAMNE CAUSES MUCH SUFFERING AMONG CHINESE MIAMI ATTORNEY STATEMENT IN ADDRESSED TO HORSE OWNERS MAKES MANY Illv A Oct R. I PATHS. A employed by made a complcU- Oct. Cuba's second most im- portant its its oldest and j most colorful of foreign trade. From time immernoiial the coldcn weed has occupied a piom- inent place in Cuba's business. Columbus in 1402 found tobacco a medium of exchange bet-ween the the oiigtnal Cu- who also tosed the -weed LETTER for smok.ng'. The v'Carlv crop is estimated at and the output at bales. More than 80 per cent is shipped to the United much of it to cigar fac- tories in Illinois aiiiel New but some is sent to the Ar- gentine and a little to Holland Growing- tobacco is a lengthy careful culti- sun drying and planted in late are when the .shoots reach height of five inches from hot houses to fields and biter arc transplanted again at 13 inch inteivals in rov.s one lo three feet apart. Planters arc forced to denial vig lance in combating cvLreme uealhcr blights and in- sect posts. When the plants reach the bu.dding' Ihe -.mall flo-vc-rs or seed pods are pinched off to tonsjtjv- the plant's growing energy for Hie production of heavy leaves. fn May the leaves me i giadcd and at j then .-ire BABIES ARE BEING BECAUSE THERfE FOOD TO FEED WITH TO I KILLED IS NO THEM who two years' ago led a successful against wagcrinB at horse and ejhound j vatj ick tracks ui today made j cu g public a letter addressed to hoise .ultumn owners who have booked reseiv.i- uons for entrance in the coming racing- meet that he again would oppose gambling in connection with the races. He said the you might sending some participate in the proposed meet under the impression thai Ihe at- titude of myself and others toward gambling- had GIRL ADMITS GRAFT PLOT Oct. Tlie international famine relief is beinn' Hooded appeals from the famine stricken districts. From Shansi an appeal sent out are being killed because there is to feed them with and children arc bciiiK1 sold for a mere Thousands arc said to be liv- ing on baik and leaves of A magistrate of Yang Hsien in a letter ibsued estimated that there were famine suf- ferers ow'njj to a drought and devastations of- the a irucrilla organisation. of th'- .I-1' ttlcment with Uu- United Slates and Gicut Jiiiain apjiarcnly has been eliminated from the Fiench government's consideration of the reparations question it was intimated tod.iv attei the cabinet has discussed gicat length the Litest moves lor .1 rcpaiations revision. M minister of declared that the question oC sub- mitting American and Biitish agreements to the chambej deputies under any iorm whatso- ever had not arisen. PLANE READY FOR NEW START COLUMBIA IS SUPPLIED WITH NECESSARY FUEL 'j-niiniKiiii ill'r xvilh Ml .mil la cxchf 'lr uLoinul bli'iii v.rhicli I now lot I he Hi VV I V pi C'lllblc 111. 'J In on I In e u i id Kt v cii-L motoi lots will a ver v amount of to nrotoi- tsl members the I i.ive tliioii'Ji diffc'icnt por- tions oE the Stale ot and I lie e-iltn e con nlrj In a fctatc'liic-lil issued liv Then I-' mnc-ul Floi- State I'Hoi ida unit ol the AmenrsiTi Automobile Mr. Bchlcr said I aie vc-iv proud of the splendid showing which has been i inadu in Floiiela. loutheinnioal tip the Unilod Stated. The motorists of Kev West have demonstrated that Ihev me aiiMous to luceive the lull benefit anil services of the Am- erican AiiLomobilc Association and it shall be our purpose1 to sec1 that these services rtMideie-d in ino'-t elfieieriL manner. Thus fai Key West hah made an admnable showing in proportion lo'tho nuni- ibcr of lejtistered and now Ithat the vahie and services of the loiganization have he-en eloinnn- Utrated we hope soon to able to boust that Kev Wcsl- has a larger proportion of A A.A members- in relation to the motor mi rctiistiatiori than any othci single section ol the Mr Bchlcr announced that clurinK Mr Elliott's stay in Key he would make a survey of the school sal city situation with n view to providing adequate .safety sitfns for the protection of Key West school children After Mr Elliott's survey stops will be in to protect the1 .n-ound school buildings. SENATOR J. LANCELOT LESTER AND WILLIAM AL- BURY ARE HEARD A I'lLtn in loiin nl .111 Ijii'-bill H.I. pii.inio'l Govcinor Snulb by nnc .md only b.imbaio .ifici ilic .inLs.-cs bid the Worlds Chanipioiisbip in .Si. Louis. 'Ilic photo slious B.ibe Ruth and Govc-rjior Sn.mii talkiou it 1J1'-1 to WOMEN PLAYED BIGGEST CAMPAIGN ROLE IN HISTORY OF REPUBLIC IM ASH'M I On nien p'avi d i mn the' pi e.1- dent ul than i1 anv tun ol n ul I In i Never displ.i' Mich a vote-. One i e.is MI is onls one Ll.il cleiton M'lic- in histoij. d f I be htAe so many v.n vinu mns in lilc cd li mil-use ol I m i oil 1. 1 up he i ause I 'n-i e nthe i esnU n-1 vv Mine n nnt the ru nil '.i- -d the II ol Liu ml the llC'CIl n T 1 i I lui for mi 'i vote 11 .nil at thai lime the was sent be burses to stenogra confrsbion Wallace Pinder Gets Check for Payment of Accident Claim Wallace city cleric of Key will today receive from James M. tlic representa- tive the American Automobile Association here a check 'foi covering payment a claim which from an in- jury received by Mr. Pinder in an automobile a rnort time ajjo. As a rrsull of Up Air. b Binder incapacitated for the bundled Period of two weifks. One the I jjl-n among hjfth iv arrests aio to be mad.- OF NOTHING and placed in warehouses kept at certain degrees of pcrature and I'o i of- U. S. GANG LOOTS TRAINS BRUSSELS. A of Ihievc.s robbing trains between Summoned Charles Rachen fe.'1-ed his wife three-fourths of Brussels and Berlin is believed to liis income. Then it j be composed of American crimi- tlial he was out of work. services of meiiVbcrship ih the licm- American Aulorliobile A.sbocintion a personal accident' insurance certificate which fov the jiaymcnt of the sum of per week for a period not to -exceed weeks to any member Afrho may eloped j Hallowe'en Dance Coral Isle Casino Wcdneiday Phone 338-J for Masquerade Ball Cuban Club Tonight be disabled as a result of injuries sustained in automobile accidents. Mr. Finder his claim to the state headquarters of the organization at who in turn forwarded the check to their icprescntative here. We Serve Day A 35c PLATE LUNCHEON 11 to 4 KEY RESTAURANT Diiral St. JtOOSKVELT Od monoplane Columbia clashed two week.s ajfo .it I In start of iU proposed fliffhl Rome fueled today in pi p aiutiun for another rcjch the cLci rial city. The wealher reported vorahle for the but Roger Q. would not -say whether he intended lo imike a start at the prescnl GOVERNOR SMITH BACK IN N. Y. v.e-1 c -lot sill fli H ntlv we'll to take1 the active in- terest they aii'. loda. Now poli- ties h..s become- mm. lian a lit-' tic u 'deistood pl.u thiiig It's with a1 voc 'tion with ejuite a I e 1'roii'i nent wo'ven ol we aluh and so-1 e million h.u e' t.dd n to the game willi fall --iw a ostei 'vej-1 men whose names have lonn tiu.- in Oil in the soe-'etv v.i. cities shedding t..eii furs diamond il lo roll nn their' sleeves and the fascination niie ol tiv- jiut then paihculrii c.iiieh tak-j date into the W'rle House Dcinioc i ntie r IK.III wo- men have vvil'1 e-aeh othcj in an VM'iicinji well Knmvn v. omen who have valliccj to respec- tive Wht'ievcr a de nie.ei-fii.ie lail h is m- rioiinteel she would Iloo- V' l and vice vci I hi a i niiien ll V it'll ll e siv t e v i 111 -1 havi a. c-ly eh m rn i se s of womi u '10 v ol c S net1 ll .it h t I'Hll til' N.LI II ll l' i oiu e d on il i mh and won in 'II l II 1 I he'll p't IH'I i 1L.IU into Si i itin Ni w 'l n11. in di.iv ni'i i o us oi r i i s L.a e i In eliain.' In tlii' t lie' i i Una Oil i i ui u n' si.e-h lee dcm i ul ui H C'ubs mill the Le ol Vote I e on- t n 11 d I'li'iiMlves ith m y nn .ill violin n li jii t oul am' but did i illv i e uididate. I Mf inbti- ol -the id Wo iv i 11 iM e i we re i i pi o d on M ill iii.d i oi.niTi' 'it- both publie and and v e i e pi e e enl' Dayviow 1'ark was the scene last ol a huyc numbei1 residents and who had as' seinbled Lu hear the speeches made m the mteiest of 'lemocuicA. The Key West Civic JJand. iiiulc'i the leadeiship of 1 Jlajeln furnished iniioie duiiny the i The vvhieh was a elem- locratic was pi esieled over i by Judge -J Vinnig who acted lib cliaiiinan intioducmg i the spcalvc'i and who also at the same time made se-veial remarks in the intcic-st nl the party to which is ajtrhatcd. The inst sjieakei oi the eve- I ning uas J. Lancelot wlio I the stand and eaiiietl forth the various issues of the cam- paign outlining the many im- portant activities healing directly on the existing uiging his heui-tus to lally to the cause for good old democracy in coun- and national alfans Mr. Lc'stC'i lead se'Veial clip- pings and C'.Nceipts fiom different publications tluenighout the loun- also rcachng pai ts of elenio- ciatic lh.it is sent out in the mteiest _of the- and cindeavoi i el to impress upon those present the ui peril need tor cooperation and activity in the litfht now waged to pile' up a majoiltv lot dc'ino- ciatie victory throughout the state and entire nation The speaker at length on the candid.ie v ol Ileibeit as the' i c'puhlieaii presidential no- staling that Mr MI dec MO i In who had resided in Kngland for mil white bin- peimil ol and who ii'b's home ii'i 'also e asi. Ins I'iisL vote in the .ml -peak I United Slates only alter he had md hum siiet-t iic.uhtil the age o1 was not the loiiie.il man lor the pit i- denev lie- stated that he tould sto how Ifoovei coLllcl be look- lio.sition as Governor i Smith inasmuch as the demociatic I pi C'sidential nonnrife was born in this loimhy and has resided hc-ie ever and intends to rc-maili mtei the I i v oil hut III in h nut ol in il 'l PRAISES i BRITISH INDUSTRY Oct. 1'iaise lor the cjl I ii n m V of lUitish industiv comes liom .in I'lol Allyn A ol ifaivMid Unr- SAYS FORCES UNITE FIGHT AGAINST HIM IN bi e'n renl vvi.h lifinlniiK i i j i IvcisiK who ae in issirir' ho Jjiit- imuiies. bi-ams and style' v have i.laved Ihc-ir n.n t in said thai Uiihsh vi-il ol In e-uhe l SET DATES FOR TWO MEN'S TRIAL Gi'orjfe Har.sb and Ilichaid flalloif ly. yining'coHege men indicted lor the murder of two store clerics- timing a recent series' of hold-ups here was set tentatively for No- vember the solicitm pcn- cr.il's office. NEW Oct. ii nor .Smilh an ivc-el New York i.'ily this inoiiiiiiif from Ualtimorc' wlic-ic' last in a spucicli he 'vent on .recoid with blunt dialHC thai the- anti-saloon a'umat.ed A men's lei s pally ipi'tf ll'e iliC'sse-il women ulneli h.ive e-vc'i into pol- il s And 'he iVoriK n have1 lak- niV Inn a passive part Mn-eiil'ii'1 tlnovv'i ml'i Ihe i polil'e.il e ihe-r m Hie st a- e as In the1 fe 111- inine l.onnel.s nive 11 n ovci- uiidi.-.dl m thisj I indiist i i as ably lh.it 'i1 or anv I i nun Li v he Gieat liiit.iin can iii-uanixinn ability IP the world A sclc c tion the behind Hiilish 01 would include most nf the lidlowniR. Lord .MelcJielt controls imperial chemical Lord man of the P and 0 has her e lie s.iid while- Iloovei was no eloiilit a ol this I nt vei he had shown a lon- ilene v ID become linked with dre.it Ililtain which he claimed de iiiiiii.str.itcd m the laet that he bad spirit so iiian.v useful yeal s m a line inn whifh he felt as line Amciican e oulel IKI'.C- spcnl in .1 much mole benelici.il anil patriotic way in these old United States ol America of v. huh he- is now to the honor the sneaUc'i which should rinlil fully tfo lo wlid has piovt-d beyond a doubt th.it he is the be-t of comm.ind .ui find in-lit rovifleii the surpi the Ku Klux Klan were work-I ination of pn ing hand in hand the repub- lican party to bung about Ins de- feat. Kill's .iinr.u'iHii. The bonnets. rovided the surpiiM- lenient I helped to make- British shipping foremost in Hit- world Sir Hufifo sidenlial i Hirst is chanman of the General 'i'ius i PUBLIC MEETING There will be a public meeting of the Young Men'a Democratic al the Court House tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. elcgible for membersip and not already are invited to join. GEORGE President. Mis. Mabel Willcbi andt .Mrs. Willie Cald'.veM birred up consulei ably P idc'i s of both les .I'IMOIIS fcelnifv1 of not uhal tn cxp'-'ct next. which nave I lie election WJis the bole the National Pyrtv to Hjppoit Hoover. Th's is n de- from their established of noutrality and put the TCIeclrrc i Gowan. ch.iitman the- 1 is prominent with Lord Mel- thejchelt and had knowing j sources spice decision FIREMEN'S Convention Fund Dance Wednesday at the K. C. hut. Carboncll't Admittion in the Anglo-American1 which is pooling the re- of tmance in the two countries for- investment. Loj d Londonderry controls great family interests in coal. W. R. Norris started as a ear- nfco proprietor and is now one of the world's premier motorcar manufacturers. Sir Eric Geddes graduated through the Canadian lumber camps and now controls American and British lailways. He organ- ized the Dunlop Rubber company and has just left Imperial Air- ways in a sound position. directed the' two lot the elevated positron 1C tej vvhieh both candidates ate now aspii .Mr Lc-sler cited laets and figures showing -where I Smith his four terms of New York state h.id been x ci y rnstr-uincnlal in h.ivinii tlu- best of educational facilities and other things hene- fic-ial to the school children placed into with his untiring ef- forts always being foi the beitor- ment of the -working classes and the masses as a with no cial privileges for the is the case in the republi- can he stated. In conclusion Mr. Lester urged on Page of Nobel indus- MONROE THEATRE TODAY EXCESS BAGGAGE Featuring WILLIAM HAINES Wednesday Out of the Ruins I EWSPAPtftf   

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