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   Key West Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1928, Key West, Florida                               Associated Press Day Wiro Service For 49 Years Duvoled to the Interests of Koy West VOLUME XLIX. No. 259. KEY OCTOIiKU 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS Strict Look-Oiit To Be Kept On This Election Promise Gives Settlement School To Hills SUPERVISOR OF REGIS- TRATION IS KEEPING TAB ON THOSt PASS- ING OUT Former Monroe county voters now reposing hi the silent city of the dead shall not be allowed to vote in the approaching general j declares the. local re-. puliiican-committee. X'.WJiateyer may have been the cjistbiH in time dead people riot going to he allowed to for Smith nor Hoo- republicans show by a A list ot.abotit 25 names which BARRON FAMILY Wlf CONTROL W TWO OF PERIODICALS ARE LEFT TO PUBLISHER'S DAUGHTER IN TERMS OT WILL FILED ipcared. on-the- qualified list was Tided to the supervisor .of reg-. with ttie claim that all theV persons named thereon are buried in the city cemetery. sure at. noon to- day the supervisor had found that at lea'st 20 of .the persons whose names were submitted have pass- ed '..'into the great beyond. he will be- marked' list. So it evident that if dead people have been in the habit of voting in previous elections they will .bo time. Control of the -financial pub lieations operated by Clarence W who 'died n main in. t'u the terms of the will filed at The News here 1 Bureau and Wall Street Join i nal- were left to the publisher b Jane Her Hugh has an- in the Wall Street Join nal that ownership of publishers of the.Journal is to remain in the family anil that the policies of the paper will be continued. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bancro.lt are frequent visitors to this and have many'friends -in Kcv West. i They also have property interests here. The late Clarence W.. Barron i for many years had been winlx-i ing in spending ''much 'disappointed this 'time each season in Key West. Hi I was of trie MAMMOTH DIRIGIBLE EXPECTED TO REACH GERMANY TONIGHT ON RETURN TRIP HOME Practically voters claimed t i all the names of j friends and boosters Florida evc-i dead are of color- .had. ed the supervisor shows. supervisor explains that by watching The. Citizen he' is en- abled'to keep a fairly good check the .white voters and niarks them .from the j Deaths of colored how- not being published as a gen- he finds difficulty in i keeping up .their dead. Roberts .vis i republicans to the local under- j takers and other- places where I mortuary records are i be in order to ascertain Accurately just how many of the j ist furnished arc dead. Just be- j fore noon he reported his search i From the initial donition .of a' farm by Bill per has ijrown a settlement school in- the hills .near iMANONpSEL AT MIAMI BURNED DURING EXPLOSION CAPTAIN HOKE D. WAS ATTEMPTING TO START ENGINE AFTER FUELING TENDER DOROTHY wilh Tlx is to Rev. Hiram Fralccs Henderson is shown below f-imily Above u the pa tinistcr and his family at m.-ti'injf point for the school. n below was converted into a home for the first teacher. IM Fie tucl MLT I i 1 ill lien mo-ui tai itci 1 e it his Oct 1 ci on Ken md n ic time pi i-o 01 the ir.nne ith his bonls The the. hardy pioneers who the 'Wilderness Trail had r.icnl-i re in. and Hill deeded bin farui of 55 acres t'i I'YiLkcs. Me also dedicated hi.s toiled1 life 1 n the upbuild ng of to set'good abstinence in Pic ichci i hoip 10115 MITI v in Ti he I rccovci wound in maoishinu it om uillicicd who i AMXltclllll-lI I'rpMt Oct. j'Hoke D. was seriously j burned' when the fuel tendei j Dorothy exploded this morning at Beach docks after 700 gallons of gasoline aboard. The explosion occurred when am satisfying myself attempted to start the Blazing had disclosed that at least a scoi-c those listed are in the ceme- tery and that perhaps further in- formation will increase the num- ber of dead voters.. law requires that I shall j know definitely that a voter is marking his name Mr. for this reason I that icli the thbrpugly'about the names hand- i boat's engine by the. republican commit- tecraen. REQUEST KING TO WITHDRAW ROYAL ASSENT the Dorothy drifted into the open bay a total loss. A RESOLUTION 15 PASSED APPOINTMENT OF LANG AS ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY Oct. SI___A resolu- tion advising the king to wit-h- diraw royal assent to the appoint- 7ii en t of the Most Cos- mo Gordon Lang as Archbishop Canterbury was passed by a protestant alliance and league of Royal Churchmen. The asserted that after assent of his appointment Red Cross Formulates Plans For Annual Roll Call To Be Inaugurated At a meeting of the local Bed Gross this forenoon plans were for the next annual Red Cross roll call. which -will stark on Armistice November 11. A chairman Cor the di-ive was though not it .is and name is withheld pending his acceptance. NEGRO VS. NEGRO Ulf ST. Oct. Otis renteel a house from W. H. anoth- negro. Spikes decided to get rid of and he left a note on Gibson's door f will give yo fpi-c days to get yo a nothcr The next Spikes found the fol- ilaied th it Iltnde on tuned h m up to ic'vcnuc foiccs Ifcndti'-on once he lad man I the hills holdb no Instead he was. a he 1 stenccl IT hi-5 it id huidled's oi telu.ia.TOs pom i to the hospt tiom gious thioujiout tounti bet Dili 1 cpt his pi to Piuchct Pi lies he todiv sets South Am cnea of Kentucky mils ra us in comi umU Ytais i o bill he w is to diu Jit win i ltd It was not the thou bf of fit ith thii liar is cd the mount DM mm mil v is it the dread of the 14 indict- meti1 pending m touit u tinst him I he e iu i if his di utb yi tli -I h s IK s uti e u idei bib bed md j m I loot .on Kentucy soil. They ifi fou gtyi tip n. after gencrA-i Fn.-m this mesifiru beginning ij o ..wrestVthei'r land u of mvre the fn'dians and'to-hold it Uviin boys and dcrs. The Tifle. had been -the-ir law.and. by it they lived and .died. So prayed .his Lord to spiie him from the.-1 ignominy of a death in bed and he pledged linn ialf tn1. change his manner of and to stay out1 of trouble he Thus he met Preacher H-iram Fi little minister of South that rugged nmu itaih of Bell 'the Tennessee bolder. the had earned1 its name- some 'because of its- .'its .im passable.' uid its lack of. the Chii'iiccs of- c-ivilization. son told his promise to the Lord and in his dream of itli r.icnt school in the heart of. South Bill's indict-j SOCIETY PLANS FOR ANNUAL STATE BENEFIT ONK THOUSAND DOLLARS A THEATRICAL PER- FORMANCE TO. BE AT PALM BEACH GIVEN tli per- America's celobrit'es V.'il'ltlT youngsters I'Al.M witness'-a tvvo-hour forma ncc. That's price cial and in.dustrial askri I to nay here give a iiam-e. That's the of in. I'alm lieach'K newest charitalile an- nual Under I'rivileged Child llen- efil. liy tht- Ki'.vanis Clnh of West I'al-m. Uoach. TJke it'-i celebrtilfd the itself no mean die Democratic candidate for vicc- gation talent and illusiriuus is shown on his arrival at persons. A I is mastr-r of stump Hoover's home while Arthur pierxU.'in. Sam Hairi.s. Lee Irving Mer- lin. Adolpli .Anita Kdgar and Ned Wayburn included in the olTicial pro- I duc-tion wi.li ihise celebi'i- the arc pt'oximal.ely of ae-j Senator Joe T. Rcibinson of GRAF ZEPPELIN WAS REPORTED TODAY AS BEING 140 MILES OFF FRANCE for the Smith cause. PREDICT FAMINE WILL SPREAD IN CHINESE TOWNS girls. Other hr.id ouincrs fol- lowed Hemlorson's lead and came forvvaixl with donations of land. Mrs. Alvin T. of republican nut'onal committee-wo- man from heard of .the school and gave She its Htorv to President and Mrs. and the contribu- tions mounted. p.issed The. Ilcvidcrson settlement school stands today on a large- plateau wifli an elevation of 00.0 .It is .shielded from the .'.'winter windii by towering mountains on all sides. Pineville raijietl' money enough through pri- to build ah au- for the school ami liortha wo I fare worker of took charge. Otlmi teachers have xini-e been enrolled as they were needed. Thus Bill Ile.'uk-r.soii kept hi.s promise. 'KITING'CHECKS i Association Will Hold CHARGED BANK OFFICIAL had been Dr. Lang public-j lowing sign on his front on ly announced his intention of j the reverse side of the one he left breaking the and for H. Spikes. I will ing the will of the House of ff've you fore doys to leave town. Commons by using a revised book of prayer which the .House of Commons recently rc- Kised to adopt. me If you wanto stay you see and I don't mean .me. p. G. You Court warrants followed. MISSING CASHIER OF GROVE- LAND SAID TO HAME MANI- PULATED SOME FUNDS FOR HIS OWN USE 31.- AMHOi'lntvil Oct. Tbe Young Men's Democratic of which George G Brooks is will hold a public beginning at 8 at-the county house. I All young men eligible for membership in the organization lire invited to attend arid becoiii'- liffiliutcd with the which is j conducting a. strong campaign for democracy .in Key West and Mon- roe county. FUNERAL FOR LANSING TO BE INTERJMENT BE IN 1 BROOKS IDE FORMER SECRETARY STATE DIES YESTERDAY Evidence that J. missing of. the .BanIc Grovi'land had .engaged in the practice of bei'o-re he st't.'-tlie Jock on See the ''vault 'And 'disappeared with an amount of. .--the JUDGE QUITS BENCH rny t'rvnmj Oct. l''un.crai services 'for Roltert _______ .formt-r stlcrctai'y of rrtmmt Preside-nt during FOIiT Oct. .entire of America's Judge Nathan G. Stout has'just i participation in the World iiuit the Lee Count court bench be held at his home in VVash- the after a decade of service on that bench. He was to the i PUBLIC MEETING i There will be a public meeting of the Young Men's Democratic Association the Court House tonight at 8 o'clock Those elegible for membersip and not already are invited to join. GEORGE President. i.. bank's was announced' to- day by George .state j ers bank who has taken charge of the institution's .affairs White said he -.discovered sev- eral instances where'_ Hightower had -bank''funds for his' own use. V j office in 1.918. He 'one of the oldest.'residents of i Inienncnt will he in Watcrrown. N. the I'ellowing- 'day. Fort Myers. He will be by L. Y. Fort PLAN BOAT RACES Friday Night Aaiioclntcil DEPUNIAK Oct. 'boats been en- in the outboard motor to be'held here Nov..10. Tho races'will be a part of .the Armistice 'Day and rt'il include a 15-mile'free for all. i Cof t We Serve Every Day A 35c PLATE LUNCHEON 11 to 4 KEY RESTAURANT Duval St. MONROE THEATRE TODAY OUT OF THE RUINS I Featuring Richard Barthelmcss playwrights and N'onc a dime his yet more first class ta.lent is than can be used. i In ve-ars nearly SI Leen raised thi'oua'h- ibc shov.- Lo he-Ill the under-privileged fhild. Choice sell for 000. Others cost i .-itanding room only is funds are the in its dental ntedical i-li- Ml'.iru year i nearly children have been ed given surgical othevs have j ugh tlr_- dental The- performance is presented j each year In a beautiful theatre pi-ovim-e of Spanish located in the heart of the The bu-ilding was con- structed several years ago a group-of men which included the- Tamous sportsman .1. Leonard PROLONGED DROUGHT SULTS IN RICE CROP ING FORTY PEK CENT NCKiViAL RE- BE- BE- t IIj- Can that famine conditions which already prevail in ShaiiUuig will .spread the- to other more than 1 iiersons jive. Sri are the decorations that the manager of a chain of theatres on.ce described the play- hnuse as having walls of a ''ish bouse and the roof of a .car K.-icetiouly referred to the gorgeous deep sea murals 'and the heavy drought to be -10 and the to the prolnngei the rice crop is reported per below -normal price has already advanced KO as to lie prohibitive- to the general populace. was also said l.iiirhon-1 provincial of I was two-thirds destroyed by an i-stbiial.'-d loss of throwing much nf ready starving- populai-i Oct. 31. Extensive plans for the enter- tainment of the crow and gers of the Graf Zeppelin tonight were ci'lled off as the air liner i not expected dock. While the ship may reach Fried- richshafen during the it is considered doubtful whether lighting arrangements are ade- for landing. ZEPPELIN IF OFF FRANCE Oct. 31. The Graf was reported 140 miles off at 11 a. central Eiirupeaii lime. The had been in the air 48 hours when the dirigible was lust heard from. Experts calculated that the aircraft had covered miles or DUO miles better than was covered in number of hours on the test flight over Europe. It is helicvod tiuit the ship will strike the French coast near Bor- deaux. STOWAWAY JS OFFERED JOB Oct. Clarence American boy stow- away mi the air liner Graf Zeppe- will receive a hearty in and can have a if he wants it. lie has been offered a job in a museum as animal trainer and today received a radio offer job department store from a chain company. lie will molestation by he subjected to police whether he the out al- raftt-rs which support a their tilejtl roof. The is particularly famed for its horse- a balcony containing lux- urious semi-private boxes for I'alm I'each notables pay as ini'ueli as to witness probably more than half a Auditors Here For Purpose of Rechecking Accounts ot Givens T. Kiiperson and 'two other accountants for the j Koyal Indemnty flonipany of New the M'iami making a rcchock of the accounts of Robert defaulting city i treasurer who is now serving time working' cut of an- in city dozen performances a season. The am its occupants contribute to the show. II. is customary for I hose people to surrender their -.tai.ely boxes to the benefit and then buy them hack at prices high as each. The- list of patrons for the oc- casion and tbo.se who donate hoxos is a veritable social regis- ter. Those who donate seats in- A. -J. Drexel 'Kdw.-ird Shoarson ami John P. J. Leonard John C. D. H. rccheck of the account is in kcep- Kdwai-d P. Colonel E. R. ling with tho policy of l-bc- com- John Sheppard Ma- pany to audit all accounts on .jor Barclay H. Mr. which claims are made for loss Mrs. Wiley Fi. Mrs. i through shortage Harry H. Harrison AVil- or otherwise before making set- Mrs. Theodore ward B. McLean Mr. and j____________ Mrs. James P. Don.jhue. inliorary passport or minister of interior ael-' irport officials to treat him in I he- nio.st loyal manner possible. Tlie I'rilleiv.'ing notice was is- sued by t.he local weather bureau toelay relative to the elisturbance' thiil. was last night reported to be forming in the northwestern Caribbean Aelvisory a. re- ports I'reun vessels in northwest- ern make it impossible t.o eletermine the intensify or posi- tion of the- tropical however of slight or peissibly moderate some- in the stale penitentiary after plcadim-1 guilty to the charge of where between Swan Island and emheazling over of city j western funds. i was beindcel in the Royal Indemnity Company to the amount of as protection for the and it is understood that this advised for extreme northwestern Yucatan Channel and western Cuban Hallowe'en Dance Coral Isle Casino TONIGHT DRIVEN MAD BY BUNS telling his wife that making buns was driving him Rupert Pit- a drowned himself. FIREMEN'S Convention Fund Dance TONIGHT AT THE K. C. HUT' Louii Orchettm Admitaion ANNOUNCING A chanirc of management of the B-Z SERVICE Catherine and White effective November This Will Be Known the LOU. SMITH STATION Under the. personal direction of LOU. 822. Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated 'i   

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