4 Ekim 1934 Tarihli The Key West Citizen Dergisi Sayfa 1

4 Ekim 1934 Tarihli The Key West Citizen Dergisi Sayfa 1
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AteociaUd Press Day Win Service. For 5$ Yean Devoted to the Beet Interests of Key West VOLUME LV. No. 236. DETROIT l ST. LOUIS 2 County Board Orders Purchase Thousand Copies Of Magazine Widely Advertising Key West Other Matter* Are Dit posed 01 At Regular Meeting Held Last Eve ning One thousand copies of the Florid* Motorist magazine issue of October were purchased by the board of county commissioners at the meeting last night. These will he distributed through the board in the most advantageous manner, it was stated. Fred Dion addressed the meet ing and introduced L. M. Ed munds, oue of the publishers of the magazine, who addressed the board. He set forth that the issue is devoted entirely to Key West and is a highly important advertising medium, to be used in ; t he world at Key- West and it; many unusually attractive and beauti-. ful points of interest. Sample copies, not entirely com. plete. were shown members of the board and it was decided by unanimous vote to make the pur chase of 1,000 copies. It was also voted to purchase 16,000 advertising stickers from the Ho:pitaiity League. These will be distributed to members of. the board and other county offi cials to be used on letters mail ed from Key West. Bond* Approved Bond of Leroy Torres of $2,- 500 as prisoners’ guard and that of E. A. Ramsey, notary public met with the approval of the | board. A communication from J. M. Lee. comptroller, pointed out cer- j tain requirements necessary in the, preparation of the tax book-. The instructions will be handed to J.! Otto Kirchheiner. • tax assessor, s who will make the necessary addi-! tions as instructed. R. A. Gray, secretary of state,! in a letter called attention to cer-■ tain amendments to be voted on j by the people at the November election. These must be printed i on the election ballot. Also Amendments In addition to these there wii’ * be added on the ballot the three s important amendments to be vot-! ed on by the peope of Key West, ; These local issues are otie to abol- j ish the criminal court, to reduce the emoluments of county com-j missioners and reduction of the salary- of the juvenile judge. With* these amendments on the ballot: it will be one of the largest ever I printed in Monroe county. Report of C. Sam B. Curry-, j clerk of criminal court, of cases disposed of during the month of ; September was read and ordered i filed. I Sheriff K. O. Thompsonss re port of deposits and that of Tax Collector Frank H. Ladd were read and passed. Report of Clerk Ross C. Sawyer showed collection of $704.04 for; tax redemption certificates. Bills were read and ordered j paid when funds are available. VAUDEVILLE REVUE' Friday, October 5, 7:45 p. m. High School Auditorium QUALITY IN EVERYTHING IS IMPORTANT-IN BEER IT IS EXTRA IMPORTANT-THAT IS WHY WAGNER’S BEER IS THE LEADING BEVERAGE OF TOO. ! PEREZ’S CASE DISMISSED FOR LACK EVIDENCE DEFENDANT WAS ARRAIGNED IN PRELIMINARY HEARING THIS MORNING BEFORE PEACE JUSTICE GOMEZ Francisco Perez who was ar rested Tuesday on a charge of threatening the life of Louis Ban cells during an altercation on ! Southard street was given a pre liminary hearing before Peace Justice Rogelio Gomez this morn ing and the case dismissed for lack of evidence. It was learned at the sheriff’s office this morning that Bancells made the affidavit charging Perez with the offense and in the af-, fidavit averred that Perez had a gun and threatened to use it. This morning at the hearing Bancells is skid to have stated he did not know whether or not Perez; had a gun. This made it necessary. for Jthe justice to drop the charge • against Perez. But it also placed Bancells in a peculiar position regarding the af fidavit he made, and County Solicitor Aquiiino L*>pez. Jr., was asked to investigate the matter to determine if Banceils cannot be tried on a charge of having com mitted perjury. FIRE CHIEF HAS ! NEW AUTOMOBILE Chief Harry Baker of the Key West Fire Department has been 1 provided with anew car which he has placed in department service. ■ The chief drove the new car from Miami this week and releas-; ed his old Marmon roadster to the concern selling the new car. The new car is one of the latest model V 8 Ford Sedans and the purchase was authorized by the city council sometime ago. Florida Motorists Key West Edition Will Be Distributed in Near Future Finished proof copies of the Florida Motorists Key West edi tion were brought here yesterday by L. M. Edmunds, Regional Di rector of the Florida Motorists’ organizations for the approval of 4 B. M. Duncan, Administrator, and M. E. Gilfond, Public Relations Director of the Key West Ad ministration. The finished magazine of 32 pages will be ready for delivery by October 15th; and its contents is devoted entirely to the city of Key West and the Key area. This publication contains what is probably the best, or at least one of the best, descriptions and ex- 1 positions of the city and its ad- • vantages as a touirst, health and | fishing resort and is illustrated! with over fifty excellent photo- j graphs of Key West and vicinity, j The Key West Administration! has ordered ten thousand copies for immediate distribution to the American Legion convention dele gates at Miami and for mailing to selected lists of prospective visi tors, delivery of which will be made by Oct. 15. At last night’s meeting of the Monroe County I Commissioners an order for one ®t)c ®est Citizen REV. J. GEKELER GIVES ADDRESS AT , ROTARY MEETING W. CURRY HARRIS ELECTEDj TO MEMBERSHIP AT SES-! SION TODAY; L. SPENCER GUEST OF CLUB I Rev. J. C. Gekeler gave an adA dress at the Rotary Luncheon to day on the subject of church at tendance. Rev. Gekeler spoke of ! a movement now being inaugurat * ed for a general church attend ance on this coming Sunday, and stressed the matter of having members of the Rotary organiza tion fall in line. , W. Curry Harris was elected to membership at. today’s meeting, : he being the third member of the family to become affiliated with the organization. It will be recall , ed that his grandfather, the late j I)r. J. Y. Porter, was a charter member of the local club, while his father the late Judge W. Hunt Harris, also held membership for many years. The club voted to enter a float lin the Cuban celebration to be held no October 9 and 10, and also offered its cooperation in all ; matters pertaining to the event ■ which will be celebrated, known . as El. Grito de Yara. " , Lincoln Spencer, fifcmerly of the local club, but who is now re siding in Miami, was a guest at today’s session. Eddie Strunk presided over the meeting with several matters of interest discussed, and after ren dering several songs, an adjourn ment was ordered until the next i regular meeting. WHERE TO GO *MSS*SSCSs*S*S*S**SSSSS TONIGHT Bayview Park—Band Concert. Monroe—“ Charlie Chan in Lon. don” and “Side Streets.” Palace—“ The Man From Hell." TOMORROW Bayview Park—Diamondball. Monroe—“ Girl In Danger” and “Charlie Chan In London,” Man From A’l High AuditiAJjuwi-t Vaudeville fteyue, , , thousand copies was given Mr. Edmunds, these copies to be sent out to inquirers seeking informa-j tion on this occasion. The following general descrip-; tion of the magazine gives only a faint idea of the beauty and value of the publication as it is one of the finest specimens of the print ers art ever seen in Key West. The front cover of the book has a background of blue with an air view of the City of Key W est over which, in the center of the: j cover is a photograph of Presi- j , dent Roosevelt. In the upper. i right and left hand corners of the; i cover are photographs of Clover : nor Dave Sholtz and Julius Stone.' i Jr.,. FERA Administrator for' j Florida, the group forming an ; I artistic and attractive cover that \ compels attention. The back cover is a scene at j Duval and Caroline streets, painted by Avery Johnson. FERAs artist and shows as a background Delmonico’s restaurant and a part of the magnificent old tree on the N. E. corner. This cover is done* (Continued on Page Three) KEY WEST, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1934. State Administrator And Governor’s Agent In Key West Program J t' v - * - ’: r % ~ - i 1 ''■ .• j m

JULIUS F. STONE, Jr. Tenders Resignation And Will Be Replaced By C. B. Treadway Treadway Appointed To Succeed Stone In Rehabilitation Program Dealing With Key West Activities i Hy Amwrlstnl Pre,i i TALLAHASSEE. Oct. 4. —Chairman C. B. Treadway of the Road Department was .today officially appointed land accepted as the gover nor’s agent in the Key West rehabilitation program fi nanced by the FERA. Treadway succeeds Julius F. Stone, Jr., State and Southeastern District FERA Administrator. The new appointment, it was stressed, will not inter fer with Treadway’s duties ;as chairman of the State Road Department, and there will be no change in person nel or policy of the Key West program, B. M. Dun can continuing in direct i charge of the work, i ' Tenders Resignation The resignation of Julius F. 'Stone, Jr., es agent of Governor j Sholtz, was announced in tele- ( : grams from the governor in Tal j j lahassee yesterday afternoon. | This does not mean that the in i terest of Mr. Stone in the rehab j ilitation program has abated in the ' least. On the contrary, he assures the governor, in a letter, that he . is still deeply interested and “we i shall carry the work forward. I can and do unhesitatingly assure j you of the fullest cooperation of our administration with whomever you may appoint to act as you? agent in my stead.” Mr. Stpnc has directed the Key West rehabilitation program since i it was started several months ago and would have continued doing | so had he not been appointed ad. : ininistrator of the Southeastern district, instead of the State of j Florida. \ As an evidence of Mr. Stone’s i continued interest in Key West • it was learned at FERA headquar j ters today that he will come to ; Key West on October 9 and re | main until October 15. During his stay he will, at least once, deliver an address to a gath ering of Key Wester- and tell his hearers many things that will be of paramount interest to the | people of Key West. THREE BUILDING j PERMITS ISSUED Building and repair permits is j sued from the office of Harry M. | Baker, building inspector, for the j first week of October number three, as follows: , General repairs at the residence '#on Caroline street, next to the ! i site of the Odd Fellows Hall. Own er, W. B. Kirke; cost, SSOO. Fire proof roof on building at, 1423 Catherine street. Owner, W. H. Johnson; cost. $l5O. Repairs, corner of Olivia and Simonton street. Owner, Emma Albury; cost, $35. MISS CARBONELL STILL LEADING IN QUEEN’S CONTEST BUT ONE MORE DAY LEFT TO CAST BALLOTS: VOTES CONTINUE TO POUR IN AT OFFICE With only one day left in which to cast votes for th? selection of a queen in the coronation eere mnv which starts the celebration of El Grito de Yarn next Tues day night. baJloh* were pouring into the offices of the Key V 4 Administration in even large: numbers today. The ballot boa will be closed at 4 o'clock tomor row afternoon, so tomorrow is the last opportunity persons will have to vote for their favorite con testant. The next four persons in the final count will serve as maids of honor to the queen in the corona tion. and 16 other young la dm* will act as ladies of the court. Sixteen young men are being selected by those in charge of r he coronation and they will serve with the ladies of the court. During the two days of the six ty-sixth anniversary of El Grito de Yara, next Tuesday and Wed nesday. the quean wiU mugo with Adolfo Naranjo, being sent here from Havana bv the National As- 1 conation of Hotel Representa tives in Havana. Here’s the way the count stood at noon today in the contest: Mar tha Carbonell, 128.950; Grace Rivero. 78,250; Catherine Saun ders. 71.125; Nela Arno. Kuna Louise Castro. 40 000; 1 Moraima Ochoa. 42 100, and Jorephine Übieta. 15,000. The change in the standing.- of the contestants taking place as a result of the count taken today, as compared with yesterday’s, was that Ms-s Ochoa went ahead ; of Miss Übieta, and the fir t votes . were cast for Miss Castro. The final count will be made tomorrow afternoon, and the queen- and maids of honor will he notified early Saturday, it was an nounced. BAND MEMBERS HAVE UNIFORMS The FERA Rumba band which daily entertains the passengers from incoming trains at the Flor ida East Coast Railway station was resplendent in new uniform suits today. Heretofore the members have j appeared in ordinary clothing. To-' day they were dressed in blue serge coats, cream colored flannel trousers and white buckskin shoes.; Since the assignment has been; given this organization of Cohan musicians to play at the station., the entertainment offered has been favorably commented on by hundreds of visitor* coming over, the East Coast, STORM REPORT i ADVISORY 10:00 a. The disturbed condition in the middle Gulf of Mexico has appar ently* developed a cyclonic center, central about 250 miles south of, the Louisiana coast, attended by . strong shifting winds. Direction of ; movement is uncertain but ap- j parently slow ly northwestward at j present. MONROE THEATER Warner Oland in 11 CHARLIE CHAN IN LONDON j ~ Aline MacMahon-Paul Kelly in j SIDE STREET Matinee: Balcony. 10c; Orrhes : tra, IS-20c; Night, ls-2Sc Detroit Team Whs Secmi | Contest in WorU Series ANNOUNCE DEATH FATHER FORMOt EDfTOtOFCrnZB* 4 JAMES BRYSON. BBS —aem. ED ACE OF OCBn Pte YEARS. WAS PMNBBCBfT m PUSLIC AFFAMKS GREENSBORO. f - Nat. A—' hsiw T. Bryan*, am* af the naa Mr Bryan, arte md jh pater* ■a i eounty raumnanaar ana sanar aaaa of the hanNl fte mmm M years. UaAor te aapgrmaam, Bur 'ty aih -wyakens rF aiiAiwar as- He ia armwoc by tarn ana*. The*. J. Bryn, ai sipfi ama. I i I (L and Aagaaa. fia. aaa . Mr- W. C. Tbrnap ua. af Bnoatec., Ga. the start dispatch am- nUa*r ai j The Cstaaa far mam Oat j warn.. wtuse Mr. Bryan bawd bam*. Aa viaed by wav that At aaa dha peratety ah. 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