5 Eylül 1936 Tarihli The Key West Citizen Gazetesi Sayfa 1

5 Eylül 1936 Tarihli The Key West Citizen Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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Associated Press Day Wire Service. •For 56 Years Devoted to the Best Interests of Key West VOLUME LVn. No. 213. MEMORIAL SERVICE WILL HONOR STORM VICTIMS TOMORROW TO BE HELD AT BAYVIEW PARK, BEGINNING AT 5 P. M., BY LOCAL AMERICAN LEGION POST Honoring the memory of the “Labor Day Storm” victims of September of last year, Arthur Sawyer Pest No. 28, American Legion, will hold a memorial serv ice in Bayview Pari: Sunday after-- noon from 5 to 6 o’clock, it was stated by P. B. Roberts, chairman of the Memorial Service Commit tee. Past Commander Roberts is as sisted in arranging this service by Past Commanders John W. Pinder and U. J. Delgado and Post Com mander J. J. Trevor. This com mittee states that an appropriate program has been arranged and that there will be plenty of seats available for those who plan to at tend. They also state that ushers will be on hand to seat the people and maintain order during the pro gram. ’ The general public is invited to attend this service as this is a tri bute to all the vetmis of the storm j and is not being held solely for the i World War veterans, the chairman j stated. The local battery of National I Guards is expected to attend in j a body as that organization saw considerable service on the lower Florida Keys last year and its members were personally acquaint ed with many of the storm vic tims, it was pointed out. - The committee requests that all, ministers of the city attend in a body and it is expected that the members of the B. H. McCalla Camp. U.S.W.V., will also attend in a group. Following is the program that will be rendered, which, it is ex-' preted, will start promptly at 5i o’clock: Opening number, “America”— j Hospitality Band. Advancing of Colors, squads - from American Legion Post and U.S.W.V. Camp. Invocation—Rev. Alfred Deßar-> ritt. Quartette, “Beautiful Garden of Prayer,” by J. H. Fillmore—Mes dames Carrol B. Jones. Thelma Speer. Edna Albnry and Camille Robinson. Brief remarks by Post Com mander J. J. Trevor. Selection. “Onward, Christian Soldiers”—Hoscitality Bard. Prayer—Father W. J. Reagan. S. J. Duet, “I Shall Not Pass Again This Way,” by Stanley S. Essinger —Mrs. A. C. Bervaldi and Miss May HilL Address—Cart. W. Curry Har-j ris. ; “ Quartette, “The Prayer From StradeHa,” by ' Flotow—Mr. and j Mrs. GeW.-Mills White, Mrs. John C. Gekeler hnd Capt. W. Curry Harris; aecomranist, J. J. Trevor. Selection, the Gem of the Ocetift”—Hospitality Band. Benediction— Rtv. Joseph Male, Rabbi of B’nai Zion Congregation. Retiring of Colors, Legionnaires and Spanish War Veterans. Salute and Taps—Squad from Battery E, Florida National Guard. Bugler for ‘Colors’ and ‘Taps’— Leroy Voght. Post Bugler. SCIENTISTS ON SHIP COME HERE HAD BEEN IN GUATEMALA ON HUNTING EXPEDITION OF ANIMAL LIFE Interest and excitement was created yesterday afternoon by the arrival in port of the Motor Ves sel Eden with a party of scientists who had been in Guatemala for several months hunting /or speci mens of animal life. Of much biological interest were the many different specimens brought to the United States, some of which were of great rarity and included quadrupeds, reptiles and birds. The vessel was in port for a brief stay and after securing a supply of motor fuel, continued •the voyage to Miami. “I DRINK DAILY DOUBLE EVERY DAY...RAIN OR SHINE,” THAT’S WHAT MOST BEER DRINKERS SAY ONCE THEY -KNOW* DAILY DOUBLE BLEB. TRY IT 2Cetj West Citizen Steeple Yields Old Coins To Enrich German Hamlet (Hr AtacriaM Pi*m) OBEREISENIIEIM, Germany, i Sept. 5.—-Repairs to the church I steeple of this old Franconian vil ; lage disclosed ihat the ball below . the weather vane contained his | torical documents, and some coins, some dating back nearly 300 years. Of special interest to numismat , icians were medals struck to com memorate the “hunger years” 1771 to 1773, on which the then current-prices for bread, com and meat are recorded. Pastor Stark of the village hopes to arouse the interest of coin col lectors in the treasure trove, as the village is a poor one. DEFER MEETING TO REESTABLISH COMMERCE BoD¥| LACK OF ATTENDANCE AT: j PROPOSED SESSION LAST NIGHT CAUSED POSTPONE MENT UNTIL NEXT WEEK | Meager attendance at the pro-- posed meeting for the purpose of j reestablishment of a chamber of; commerce in Key West was the : deciding factor in the postpone-1 ment of the meeting from last ; .night until next Thursday. Janitor Thomas Whitmarsh, of' the county court house, had ar-' ranged the court room, with lights i on and everything in readiness, j The small number of persons who had assembled at the time for call- j ing the meeting concluded that because of other similar events, many'who would luve attended' found it impossible to do ko. It is conceded that one of the; most essential organizations in Key West is a chamber of com- 1 merce. With the time rapidly drawing near when the bridges will i be started and the onward and 1 ward movement of Key West will I .begin, nothing is more progressive ban a wide-awake and progressive ■ nimercial body, it is pointed out. j and no time more pregnant with possibilities for the near future than this time. The few progressive and ag gressive spirits which have assem bled to form the nucleus of this body believe that the sooner the organization is effected the bet ter will be future results, hope that a full attendance will be present; when the next meeting is called. SCOUTS ENJOY VISinO CUBA ORGANIZATION RETURNS FROM CUBAN CAPITAL YES TERDAY AFTERNOON “Southern hospitality reache? its hegiht in Havana,” said Gilbert Bush, scoutmaster in charge of the contingent of St. Petersburg Boy Scouts of America, who were spending a brief vacation in Ha vana and returned yesterday aft ernoon en route home. Mr. Bush told The Citizen that there was never one dull moment during the stay of the scouts on the island, and they had been es corted by officials to all the prin cipal cities. The outstanding episode of the trip was the reception tendered the scouts by President Mariano Gomez. Thqy were received at the capitol dnd personally greet ed by the president. “I can say it was a wonderful trip heightened by the hospitality of a wonderful people,” said Mr. Bush. DANCE —Tonight— RAUL’S CLUB Pritchard’s Orchestra Adm. SI.OO Ladies Free LABOR DAY DANCE Monday Evening at RAUL'S Adm. $1 (pins tax) Ladies Free MANY INQUIRIES RECEIVED BEARING ! ON BRIDGE LOAN ! THOSE OWNING LAND CLAIM THEY WILL BUILD AS SOON AS ASSURANCE OF CON STRUCTION IS GIVEN “Will you kindly tell me what progress is being made toward se curing the government loan for the bridges?” This question is one of the leading ones asked fre quently in letters received by Key Westers from friends or acquaint ances. In quite a few of them the rea son for asking the question is “as soon as we know the bridges are to be constructed we want to build a home on our land” or “When we are assured the bridges are to be constructed we want to pur chase property in Key West.” One army officer of high rank who was here with his family last winter and purchased three lots, is a recent writer of a question as to the bridges. He said th&t as soon as he learned that bids bad been called for construction of the bridges he intended to build a win ter home on one of the lots. He states in his letter that he originally bought the land for speculative purposes, but has since decided that Key West is a great place to live, and is ready to order construction of his home as soon as he learns that the bridge con struction has been authorized. It was suggested to the receiver of the letter that a copy of The Citizen of Thursday, September 3, be sent to the writer and to any other inquirers of the status of the bridges. That issue carries the last and most important step V the 1 question of bridges which can be announced before circuit court con venes in Key West September 28. UCATA BEING BROUGHT HERE I EXPECTED TO ARRIVE THIS EVENING IN CUSTODY OF DEPUTY SHERIFF WAITE i _____ Bernard Waite, chief deputy in the office of Sheriff K O. Thor-p- Ison, is expected to return lh : s eve ning over the highway with a pris ; oner, Leonard Licata, who wat ar rested in Tampa last week and was held for Monroe county au thorities. Licata is charged with embezz ling funds from the Key West Rec reation Club. He was a member 1 of the club and acted as master jof ceremonies at the recreational , diversions held weekly at Bay view Park. He decided to leave some weeks ago and after his departure, it is alleged, officers of the club dis l covered that with Licata also dis appeared some of the club’s funds. A warrant was issued for his ar rest and notice of his being want ed sent out to sheriffs throughout the state. DEL WOODS AND COMPANY TO BE ON AIR TONIGHT The Citixen is in receipt of a telegram from Del Woods at West Palm Beach stating . that he and his company of musicians will be heard in a radio broadcast at 7:30 o’clock this evening from station WJNO, twelve hun dred kilocycles. The musical entertainers left here yester day morning over the high way. Miss Harriet Johnson will be one of the entertainers to be heard tonight in vocal numbers. Other members of the groan on the program are Bob Pinder, Gas Ayala, Go aid Curry, Julio Lopex, W. V. Plant and Clarence Sweet ing. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1936. DAVIDSONS ARE PLEASED WITH STAY IN CITY ROTARY GOVERNOR AND WIFE THOROUGHLY ENJOY FISHING TRIP YESTERDAY IN LOCAL WATERS “I had always pictured Key West as a delightful place, but even in my thoughts I have never conceived of so many interesting and educational sights to see and places to visit. “Today we went fishing with some of our friends and not only did Mr. Davidson and I have a perfectly grand time, but I caught two grand fish and experienced one of the greatest thrills ever.” The foregoing are the departing words of Mrs. Davidson, who with her husband, Millard Davidson, governor of the 39th Rotary district, were here for two days, Mr. Davidson to pay his of ficial visit to the local club, and

Mrs. Davidson and their daugh ter. Jane, to enjoy a vacation. Mr. Davidson was delighted with his visit and joined with Mrs. Dav idson is saying, the time for a re turn visit cannot come quick enough. COAST GUARD UNIT FINISHES CABLE LAYING TWENTY - THREE THOUSAND FEET PUT DOWN FROM AL LIGATOR REEF LIGHT HOUSE TO MATECUMHE Tn conjunction with the local units of the United States Coast Guard service, the Coast Guard Cable Ship Pequot, from Boston, has just completd laying 23,000 feet of cable from Alligator Reef lighthouse to the lower end of Lower Matecumbe. This cable has been useless since September 2, 1935, when the hur ricane practically destroyed every communication unit has been call ed upon to perform since the lis estrous storm, and practically brings to a conclusion the restora tion of rr.fi iommu:.;C- > tion serv ices which were disrupted at that time. Members of the local unit who were engaged in the work are Ray mond Erickson and Manuel Go mez of the shore station and E. W. Etheridge, Theodore Olsen and M. L. Sarles of the local cahle vessel 826. The cruising area of this vessel is from New Orleans to Beaufort, S. C. Headquarters of the Cable Vcs sel Pequot is at Boston, Mass., and her scene of activities covers the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. MOST PUCES TO CLOSE ÜBOR DAY POSTOFFICE TO CEASE AC TIVITIES 10 O’CLOCK; MAIL TO BE HANDLED Business at the local postoffice will on Monday morning cease promptly at 10 o’clock was the announcement made this morning. There will be one delivery of mail in the morning but after 10 o’clock all other activities will cease except all mail will be re ceived and dispatched as usua. All other government activities, will as usual, be discontinued for the day. Wholesale houses will be closed throughout the entire day and retail dealers who are mem bers of the Retail Merchants As sociation will close at 1 o’clock. HOLIDAY NOTICE Monday, September 7, Labor Day, the office of this company will not he open for business on that day. THf KEY WEST ELECTRIC CO. sept7-lt Roman Science Seeking Ethiopia’s Resources (By Associated PressV ROME, Sept. s.—ltalian scien tists, anxious to learn all about the little-knownn land of Ethio pia, are taking camera and com pass in hand. The Royal Academy of Italy, headed by Guglielmo Marconi, of radio fame, has created a spec ial institute for studying “Ital ian East Africa,” and the minis try of colonies is cooperating heartily. Minerogolists and agricult ural scientists have received most encouragement, since their efforts may bring a quick return from the new territory. PROF. O’RRYANT DESIRES MEETING WITH STUDENTS HEAD OF HIGH SCHOOL SAYS HE WILL BE AT HIS OFFICE ALL NEXT WEEK TO CON FER WITH PUPILS Principal Horace O’Bryant, of the Key West Junior-Senior High School said today he will be in his office at the school building every day next week to discuss matters with students, whether new or old. Students entering for the first time must register, and while on this mission will find it advan tageous to them to dscuss with Mr. O’Bryant any matters which per tain to school and the curriculum. Summer school students are ad vised that those who have been studying to make up deficiencies in order to be advanced to higher grades, must register the early part of next week to take the ex aminations which will be held next iY.day. ROY GOODMAN j RETURNS HERE PROJECT ENGINEER WITH WPA HAP BEEN ON TRIP 1 TO FLORIDA KEYS f Roy Goodman, project engineer for the local WPA administration, i returned last night over the high- I way from a trip to points on the ! Keys to meet WPA Engineer •Moore who is in charge in that • area. ' Object of the visit was to dis . cuss the proposal to construct two ! school houses on the Keys, one at : Tavernier and one at Islamorada. (These buildings will be of such i construction as to be used, in the i event of atmospheric disturb ! ances, as storm shelters. Mr. Goodman said that the plans are to be made up and the project form forwarded to Jack sonville for approval. COUNTY CLERK TO WORK LABOR DAY OFFICE WILL REMAIN OPEN ON ACCOUNT OF BEING RULE DAY All other offices in the- county court house may be closed on Monday, Labor Day, but the of fice of Clerk Ross C. Sawyer will not be. Mr. Sawyer said this morning that he expects to be open during the entire day for business, as though it is a holiday Monday is also Rule Day, which is the busiest day in the office. Also he will sell some property at noon, which he expects will bring out some competitive bid ding. LABOR DA Y— ~ DANCE Monday, 10 till ? HABANA-MADRID CLUB ADMISSION 75c COMMISSIONERS AIR MATTERS IN BOND REFUNDING ATTORNEY LESTER, REPRE SENTING BONDING ORGANI ZATION, MAKES REPORT ON ISSUE LAST NIGHT County commissioners met in recessed session last night in the county court house to discuss mat ter anent the bond refunding pro position and receive the report of Attorney J. Lancelot Lester, rep resenting the bonding organization of R. E. Crummer and company. Present were Chairman Cari Bervaldi. Commissioners Wtn. R. Porter, Norberg Thompson. Brax ton B. Warren and Nathan Niles; Attorney Arthur Gomez. Clerk Ross C. Sawyer, J. Otto Kirch heiner. tax assessor; J. Lancelot I-ester, representing the CVummer company; T. Jenkins Carry anJ Chas. H. Ketchum. Mr. Lester announced that he had received the commitment showing the list of bondholders who had agreed to the refunding proposition. After reading the list and the signed statement that it was correct, and a brief analyse of the bond list made, several un satisfactory items were discover ed. Among them were the signature of “J. H. Moon” attached to the statement certifying to the cor rectness of the list of bondholders. The board has no knowledge of Mr. Moon, and asked that the at torney have the statement signed bv R. E. Crummer or some recog nized official of the company. Another point for objection to accepting the commitment was the fact that a summary of the amounts pledged showed about $260,006 short of the required 75 percent of bonds. There were also several discrep ancies noted in the valuation of the coupons attached to the bonds as listed. This matter was also one asked to be corrected. Finally it was suggested that the Crummer company come up to its agreement in actions as the county commissioners have done. Mr. Lester assured the board that all of the matters suggested by the board would be attended to at once. Before the meeting was ad journed. T. Jenkins Curry address ed the board relative to adjust ment of taxes on his land at Kejr Largo, advising the board that if certain adjustments can l*e made on one part of his holdings he will be able to dispose of this particu lar portion at a price wtrch will enable him to pay up the larger part of his delinquent taxes. After a lengthy discussion. Mr. Curry was given the assurance that h ; s proposition would today be forwarded to the comptroller and if he decided the idea was ten able he-would be so adviaed and the arrangements made at once. FELTON FUNERAL HERE ON SUNDAY KEY WEST RESIDENT DIED AT HOME ON ASHE STREET YESTERDAY MORNING Funeral services for Mrs. Came Elizabeth Felton, who died 7 o’clock yesterday morning im the home. 616 Ashe street, will bo held tomorrow aftemoou 4:36 o'clock from Fleming Street church where the body w4i he placed at 2 o’clock. Rev. Shuler. Peele will officiate. Lopez Funeral Home will he m charge of arrangements. Tiger Tail Tribe 18, Improved Or der Red Men, will be ia attendance and pallbearers will be selected i from the membership. Also ia at tendance will be the Drcun af Pocahontas, Number 13, of whack Mrs. Felton was a member. HOLIDAY NOTICE Labor Day, Monday, Septet-ber 7, a legal holiday in the state of Florida, this bank wiH not be open for business on that day. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. ft Labor, in Taking Stock, . Finds Its Ranks Split NO PAPER MONDAY lw accord*wee with a b*|- estabiithed custom, there will be oo issue of The Citieew mm Monday. Labor Day. The Citizen .h.rrers throe | holidays during each yoar, the other two brine Fourth of July and Ckristasas. ISAAK WALTON I LEAGUE GROUP ! ''TO MEET HERE u MEETING SCHEDULED TO ME HELD TOMORROW MORN- I ING IN OFFICES OF PORTER j DOCK COMPANY Teleg-sun* receded this week .g ve assurances that Herbert Schuller, secretary of the laaik ' Wah on League, and Ncwrtow Lew * is, Dade county game warden, wilt arrive this aftemoou tea the fer ry and highway to meet with mem bers of the local organization. I Charles S. Tailor, manager mt the Porter Dock company, urim m a member of the local branch of the league, has made mt an amt r ' ment.- to hold a marring with Mr. Sc halier and Mr. Lrua m ho of fices at tht Porter Dock campmqr As there will he o nauaher of |at the meeting, it hopak that CUBA ARRIVES FROM HAVANA BRINGS IN FIFTY-NINE PAS SENGERS. 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