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   Key West Citizen, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1928, Key West, Florida                               Associated Press Pay Wire Service For 49 Years Devoted to the Interests ol Key West VOLUME XLIX. No. NOVEMBER 1928. PfilCE FIVE tJ IMR DEHOCRATIC VOTERS OF KEY SPEAKERS STRESS IM- PORTANCE OF STICK- ING TO PARTY NOM1- NEESTHROUGHOUT B. and Judge Frank 0. Roberts were the prin- cipal speakers at the meeting of the .local Men's Democratic- at the. county court house last night. They preached pure detaoeracy and stressed' the im- portance of voting for. the parly nominees all the way the fact there were society joy and the carnival of Hal- lowe'en hilarity on D'uval street last the attendance at.the ypuflg men's democratic club was Works for Smith bring you boys some good news from the University of Flor- said .young 1 am an active member of ah or- ganization of .500 hustling boys. all united for the cause of demo- He stated that all these boys are active campaigners and have Written letters to home folks and friends over the state appealing to them to please woi-k for demo- crat y. want to urge you boys to get1 out and work for the nomi- tiecs of our party. They are going to be and what can Monroe county expect from them if-we do not support said Mr. Cleare. up your party. stand back of the they are going to be elected and Key West just must be on the'band wkgo-n tiiis declared tind said tliat' thtfre is every indication over the stzite that Florida will stand true to democracy by a large majority. Judge Roberts accenuated the importance of democrats support- ing the nominees. feel from intuition that Smith is going to' bo elected with a handsome major- he we should- not handicap his administration by voting for republican representa- tives to congress. We should loyally support- the entire ticket in every possible Referring to the recent address here of Mr. reriubliean candidate for Mr. Rob- erts must be a fool or thought he was .talking to a bunch of fools he propose dto re- the judgeship in number from 42 to for intelligent peo- ple know that he could do abso- lutely nothing of the kind. It Would be up to the legislature en- and you know what kind of cooperation a republican gov- ernor would get from our demo- cratic will be the next presi- he I rc- i-jfret to find so many voters luke- warm about supporting the nomi- nees that would be of assistance him. Most of those whom I have seen are opposed to Mrs. Owen simply because she is a wo- man. It would be a great handi- cap-for our democratic president should we allow a republican can- didate to defeat In .opening the' meeting Chair- man George G. Brooks said it is but a few days now until the and we havn much work to do. Let each and everyone of us get out and his utmost for of demo- cracy. We have funds in the not but a suffi- cient amount to do a lot of pay for advertising and to meet other necessary expenses. We all want to devote at least a half of day to using our auto- s to carry people to the polls vote the democratic K Next meeting of the club will he next Monday night'at 7 o'clock ifc- was with the aim of with business to the big democratic rally at Bayview park that night. Arrangements were made to have cars meet the steamship Governor. Cobb Tuesday morning and the members of the crew to the It was planned to take of the vote on all the steamships in port that day. 'Other seamen will be aak- to cast absentee ballot. DIRIGIBLE BACK IN HANGAR TRIP GRAF. ZEPPELIN MAKES REC- ORD IN TRANSATLANTIC LANDS AT FRIED- RICHSHAFEN New Lawyers Enter Murder Trial A FKIEDRICHSHAFEN. Nov.- 1. landed passengers and stowaway 'from the j Graf Zeppelin wab safe in its han- gar here' tadSyW.-with a new rec-. ortl for 'a transatlantic flight to its'credit. The. .completed .its first round trip- of a commercial flight over the. Atlantic today when it' landed at Friedrichshafen at in. having cover- ed more than miles .sine' starting from here for New October 11. REPRESENTATIVE FOR PARTICIPAT COASTAL HIGHWAY MOTORCADE J. prominent New York insurance nian who Has beui an cratic cause since long before the Houston Convention. WINTRY WINDS SWEEPING OVER MID WEST AREA HEAVY SNOW IN ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGIONS HALTS AIR MAIL HIGH- WAYS ALMOST IMPASSABLE f is v A f KANSAS jVIo Nov 1 blmgmg low- tcni- t pcrafcures snow swept in over the middle West to- day as the second Rocky Mountain blizzard swept out over the cen- tral A heavy snow in the Rocky- Mountains regions halted air mail traffic and. made .highways near- ly impassable. It also threatened rail trans- portation in western Nebraska which was snow covered with the worst blizzard .in the state's rec- ord for this of the year. GIVESACCOUNT OF REVENUE ON AIRCRAFT'S TRIP INCOME FROM PASSENGERS ON TRANSATLANTIC VOY- AGE SAID TO BE AROUND AUTOISTS MUST HAVE UCENSF. MAYOR CURRY ISSUES OR- DERS FOR ARREST OF ALL PARTIES VIOLATION LI- CENSE ORDINANCE CROWDS CHEER DOORS CLOSED STOWAWAY BOY IN RESPECT TO ON ROBERT LANSING AMERICAN LAO GIVEN TRIUM- STATE DEPARTMENT SUS- A Wd-ly and A Bide njcr trial lo tlir Colorado b-r. lio'lh -W I I lirif into llic I lliey of ll'.e Denver LEADVMI LI del ly tj Colo ado u i Co 1 of A nun thcv fjie tht i ui u il if i d L A PHANT RECEPTION BY RESI- DENTS AT FRIEDRICHSHAF- EN THIS MORNING Nov. 1. Terhuno. American n the 'past while i _ In i.Kc Ult' lilicr Gl'al' I filled an iinex-j was given u IKm.iph.-uil. i Mi u as Justin- Uvj Jma'.-e rci.-eption by a cheering crowd i Denver and Me had been smuggled out the if ol' the honor li. Denver l h order that- po lice every motonst found driving a cai without a citv li- cense plate became effective to- but no ariests had been rc- poited to the city clerk up to 2 o'clock this afteinoon oTdei remains in Joicc until every car in actual use in Key Wesl is with the city dcclaicd the r'an't in 00 days has no business of an auto- of who or wh'ivt they said the police are ordered to arrest every one found driving- without tht city's license This is the first year -that the city of Key West has employed this license plate ft was inaugurated in lieu of the per- sonal 'tax..on Key West owned automobiles. The city officials had found it impossible to collect the personal so adopted the license plan .instead. Though 'a great own- ers are reported to have been i i i _.. of the bank of Grovula negligent 111 paying tht and securing the license plate up to I at J1 today but no money this the city clei'k reports that more money has already been received from that source than had been paid in personal tax on automobiles in several years. 101 d A 1 I i who wc'i aduattd Iroin tht Di-rwi IJnnti ity -.ihool h t spi m_ and id m it i mil here and is lo the bat n St. i I i ml V'.vc shot wife when v home ir. m I c ifl 'he tcame enraged .by the uttei'v was pniHiadc 1 1 itlativcs illeged lo have been paid of Giailes Oi.ive-. -M In c Jie.r men. He was placed with tne muidti oj hi nexelundti .after July to til lonst ol 1hc iin I the two tic idmitt I ml He shoi't-1 ed to pi id co fii st-ttc ailv iftci-rurds by sawing throuK-h partn'i'-bip with is hum the hit of his cell. He was ap- ed and the c'tfeisc ol Gi HL-. 1 i p eht by juithorit'es at Luting ildj joTmall mnounc last HoptesTi- ed. I bci the dc UK hootm- on July i mil lotted in .the Lake I Xeppelin on arrival by police and charged with j taken to the private apartment i was a popular high-school i John I1'. American atblcle here and is When be emerged from he was raised on the shoulders of cheering crowds and paraded through the streets. He said he had no plans for the- immediate future and hoped to I'ENDS OPERATION TODAY DURING FUNERAL OF FOR- MER SECRETARY OF STATE II.r Nov. Secretary Kcllogg ordered lljc stale closed at I p. in. torJ-Ty out of rc- Lo secretary Robert who.-.n funeral is lo be laic lo- tlay. 1SSING CASHIER .JWOMAN WHO BURNS HERSELF MS FEW STILL SOUGHT HOURS ON EARTH return lo America as soon as pos- sible. A number of letters and tele- grams awaited him upon His ar- rival here. CONSUL JORGE PONCE TO JOIN KEY WEST- DELEGATION IN COM- ING EVENT The Cuban government will be represented in the great mo cade leaving Washington City's Key West on November 16 in j celebration of the opening jof the Atlantic Coastal Highway i j from to this city. Cuban Consul Jorge IL Ponce is in receipt of a cablegram from government officials in Havana him to participate in the big road demonstration as of- ficial representative of the Cuban government. This will make two at and four from Key I West to appear in the which announcements indicate will be the most extensive auto- mobile parade ever seen on any highway in the world. Ross C. president of the city will represent the city in the big CLAIMS PARTY HAS ADOPT-'.J. Otto chairman of MITCHEIL SAYS REPUBLICANS ARE inrniwr TQQHEQ JUUULlllU KEYES CLAIMS INNOCENCE IN i DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF LOS I ED HYPOCRlflCAL ATTI- TUDE IN county will repre- j.sont Monroe county. Frank II. PROHIBITION member of the board of governors i'or the Atlantic Highway will go chairman ol' the Key i BANK EXAMINER FAILS TO j MISS ELFRIEDA K N A A K 'FIND -ANY MONEY IN CLAIMS TO HAVE INFLICT- VAULT'WHEN ED WOUNDS IN ORDER TO ANGELES TO VESTIGATION ROTTEN PLOT STAGE IN- EXPOSING OPENED I'rCHHt Nov. 1'.- time lock set Monday by missing yielded NEW Nov. earned by the Graf Zeppelin is estimated at How much of that is profit- is but Dr. Hugo said before leaving for Germany that the cost of the trip would be around The income from passengers would be around and most of the rest from freight and mail. W. V.Knott Endorsed By Democratic Committee For State Treasurer W. V. candidate for state has been endorsed by the state executive committee as the party nominee for C- Sam B. treasurer of the local Young Men's Democratic reported at the meeting last night. He said he had been officially informed by the-state committee secretary since the late J. C. state passed away Avhile the democratic nomi- nee for reelection and there is. no way .in which an- other n'ominee for thep office could be chosen by it had been decided by the committee to recognize Mr. Knott as since he is now serving as state 'treasurer under appointment by a democratic gbvferrior. WEATHER CONDITIONS The center of the Utah dis- turbance moved to northern Oklahoma attended by rains or snows in over the northern and middle Rocky Mountain region and most of the territory lying between the Rocky .states and the Mississippi This morning'it is showing in .South and northwestern Kansas. In addition there were light rains in the Garo- Unas. Crests of strong high pressure areas overlie North Dakota and the middle Allan- tic states. Temperatures have fallen over the Rocky Mountain except over the j great central plains south- ward to the Texas and in the extreme upper Mis- j sissippi elsewhere j they have risen or remained unchanged. Abnormally weather prevails over the northern Rocky Mountain re- great central plains and upper Mississippi Unseasonably cold weather continues in the mid- die Atlantic states and over the Southern Appalachian highlands. There arc no evidences of j further development of the I northwestern Caribbean Seii j disturbance. fl. B. OfflcUl In was George C. state bank said. M. missing cash- is on a warrant charg- ing larceny of but officials had been awaiting release of the time-locked'vault to determine ex- actly how much was missing'. J.I. previously annouiwl that there was around in cash in the bank when disappeared after he set on the. vault. FATAL BURNS FROM Mrs. Rose CallJi- han was falally burne'd by Cicial sun rays a treatment I'or rheumatism. PROVE SPIRITUAL FAITH Nov. Doctors ''.aid today it was only a matter hours before Miss Kl- frekla Knaak will die from the effects of what she claims self-imposed burns. Since the time she was found nude with her body char- red in a basement at the police station she has maintained that she inflicted the wounds to prove her spiritual faith while police cast about for another cause. I.OS Nov. I claring himself innocent of bribery charges filed against him by the county grand District At- torney Asa ICcyes said today he would an investigation which would expose whole rotten plot against He was still not taken into cus- tody. COLDWEATHER MOVES EASTWARD LOWER TEMPERATURES ARE PREDICTED FOR SOUTH i ATLANTIC r'lij- Nov. William chief of tin- army a-r in a speech republican party the KVinbol for The ties will leave 1.0 or suspentlcd it is so as to have I that the bi'cunie fiinplc latil-iule in making the trip to Washington and be ready lo start back on November .15. and dis- honesty in ffovurnment The republican party is pfuhihi- linn party. Tilosv of its hut think Llii-y can K'f't more adopt the hypocr'tical attitude 'a of ORGANIZATION terrible condition in which fee plunjjwl REPUBLICAN IS ARRESTED FOR IRREGULARITY FOOTBALL GAME IN JACKSONVILLE NOVEMBER 17 LEADER OF PHILADELPHIA CHARGED WITH OPERATING ING HOUSE Illy AKioclnlPlI I ATLANTA. Nov. COMBINATION AIRPORT _______ i HIT Prrut I ST. PETERS Nov. j The city commission here formal- j ly -agreed to the im- mediate expenditure of about j ATLANTA. Nov. storm j for a combination water move j Nov. and land airport on the city's j eastward bringing colder weather lias definitely selected a.- southo-asl. waterfront. to UR. South Atlantic for the Clemson-Klorida backing the project declare was indicated today by the weath- f'-ofhall nn Novomher airport will be established within bureau forecasts from here. Nov. republican or- ward member v ATHLETIC MANAGER OF IcjjiHlaluro and clerk i of tin- city was charged today in a warrant issued for his arrest with operating a ii'ilisc The warrant was issued on in- formation furnisbed by Attorney who is VER.'JITY MAKES THE AN- NOUNCEMENT OF SITE BE- ING SELECTED a short lime. Would You Buy An Automobile Without Knowing The Buy your groceries blindly when you can i'ind who pub- lish their prices boldly and frankly in your home BE A WISE -BUY Bit Read Today's Grocery The first killine- frost o.f sejison was predicted for Allan la Sunday or Monday if present in- dications arc correct. Cloudy and rainy weather j probably will prevail in most of j the South Atlantic states for a day or it was indicaled. i.lie tele- was Announced over piioiu- todav by -'anu-s It. gi-adual.'1 athletic manager of tlui State University. Tickets for the game have al- ready been said. nf rnption. a grand jury investigation J-3 and police TRY EXPERIMENT niy Aoorlnfil OCJALA. N'ov. experi- Lo determine whether any fi'loridn waters adapted to of rainbow trout was here when a quantity that fish was placed in the Silver liver. The planting consisted of cans holding 425 fingerhinps brought here from the United States fisheries station at Nco- Mo. The planting was done under the -of the state dcpai-tmcnt. Special Tonight OYSTER PLATE StlPPER GREEN LANTERN TEA ROOM 817 Fleming Street MANY 'FRISCO'S' IN THE UNITED STATES SAN Nov. The world Jit large i.s soon to be informed that there are seven- teen in the United States but that none of these towns or cities is located in Cali- fornia. A committee representing the California joined by the Daughters of California Pioneers' is engaged in compiling a folder to accomplish this very purpose. In 1905 the influences brought forth from the state legislature an appeal to President Roosevelt and the postmaster general urging that Spanish names given to cities and towns be pre- but it is found the use of the objectionable abbreviation is again bwotnmg VIOLINS OF EXCELLENT TONE Awsoriiiffil Fla.. Nov. 1. K. Jacksonville patent research has just a violin in his laboratory Into a glass cast the shape of a Mr. Erskine grew gourd. When it has the cast was the' '3 gourd removed and polished' transparency. The gourd quered and strung and Mr. Erslcine said the instrument had a beauti- ful tone. MONROE THEATRE TODAY TAKE ME HOME Featuring BEBE DANIELS Don't mils seeing this little actress in film.   

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