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The Key West citizen

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Title:
The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
Publisher:
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates:
24.559167 x -81.784031

Notes

Abstract:
The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Warmest City In Nation
Today Was
KEY WEST
75

VOL. LXXIII. No. 7S

J. Y. Porter
Announces For
Representative
Formally announcing his can- i
didaey for the Office of State j
Representative, Attorney and
World War II Veteran J. Y.
Porksr said today: In 1950 I
fought the Octopus Political
Machine; I opposed it in 1951,
and Tm against it today. In my
judgment, the office of State
Representative was intended to
be AND SHOULD BE exactly
what the name impliesthe Rep Representative
resentative Representative of ALL of the people
of Monroe County nothing
more nothing less. In this
County, however, in recent years,
the State Representative has be become
come become a COUNTY MANAGER,
exercising abortive powers and
a dictatorial control over the
machinery of Government, creat creating
ing creating thereby a Political Machine
whose one-man control is whol wholly
ly wholly contrary to our basic Ameri American
can American principle of checks and bal balances
ances balances in Government. I sincerely
believe tt>at no individual, in or
out of public office, should hold
such power in any field and
most especially in the field of
Government dealing as it does
with the overall welfare of ALL
of the people.
Therefore, if the INDEPEND INDEPENDENT
ENT INDEPENDENT VOTERS of this County
choose to honor me ( with their
Confidence, I shall work unceas unceasingly
ingly unceasingly for the fulfillment of the
following principles of GOOD
GOVERNMENT for the PEOPLE
and with the PEOPLE of Monroe
County:
1. I shall maintain most strict strictly
ly strictly a hands-off policy with re respect
spect respect to the County Government.
The County Commissioners are
ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE
gnd charged with the duty of
operating the County Econom Economically
ically Economically for the benefit of ALL of
the people. They are by law
made responsible to the People,
AND NOT TO THE STATE
REPRESENTATIVE. I shall not
attempt, to influence their inde indetogndpnt
togndpnt indetogndpnt judgment directly or in-
Mfecity in any manner whatso-
Jwpr tr. as for example in the
Nutter of fccciSg to it that the
JLkrns share of alt County insur insurance
ance insurance is placed with a single,
company lit present the one
controlled by the State Repre Representative.
sentative. Representative.
2. I believed in 1950 that a
BUSINESSLIKE ADMINISTRA-.
TIQN of the Overseas Road and
Toll Bridge District would have
permitted the removal of all tolls
on the Overseas Highway at
that time and if the people of
4hit .County have good memories,
they will recall that such was
promised as far back as 1948. I
was of the same belief in 1951
When ANOTHER PROMISE was
made to remove the tolls in that
year, and I am of the same con conviction
viction conviction today when yet an another
other another such promise is due be between
tween between now and election day, of
course.
Therefore, if elected, I shall
call lor an immediate INVES INVESTIGATION
TIGATION INVESTIGATION of the finances of the
Overseas Rpad and Toll Bridge
District with view to introduc introducing
ing introducing legislation at the next Ses Session
sion Session of the Legislature to, re remove
move remove all tolls IMMEDIATELY.
, However, if this investigation
should develop, as many of us
suseect, that waste and extrava extravagance
gance extravagance are rampant and that com committments
mittments committments have already been
made, making 4he removal of
Tolls impossible at this time,
thfa and in that event 1 shall
introduce legislation to dissolve
the Overseas Road and Toll
Bridge Commission and replace'
It with a Board of Cbmmission Cbmmission(Continued
(Continued Cbmmission(Continued On Page Seven)

POOR OLD CRAIG
SERVICE STATION
Frucii at Truman Phone f lsf
Your PURS OIL Dealer
Tim .. Tubes .. Butteries
Accessories

SALE
SALS
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SALE
STINCHFIELD
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One Of Guy Wiggins* K. W. Canvasses

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PAINTED FROM THE BALCONY of the Red Cross Building,
Dukes restaurant and its cluster of winter visitors show clearly
in the bright, tropical painting by Wiggins. He held an informal
one, man show yesterday.

Guy Wiggins Exhibition
Draws Large Crowd Of K.W.
And Visiting Art Lovers

Commissioned
As Ensign

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Coast Guard Photo
NEW LONDON. CONN^-Rob CONN^-Robert
ert CONN^-Robert Aloysius Dion, 22, son of
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Dion, of 512
Shnqntpn street, Key West, was
one of 76 commissioned recent recently
ly recently with the rank of Ensign,
fj. S. Coast Guard Reserve,
after successful completion of
an intensive four month course
at the Coast Guard Academy,
here.
A graduate of st. Leo Col College
lege College Preparatory, St. Leo, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and University of Florida.
Gainesville, Florida, where he
received a degree in Bachelor
of Art in Education. He enlist enlisted
ed enlisted in the Const Guard on No November
vember November 22. 1951, and qualified
immediately for admission to
Reserve Officer Candidate
School.
Ens. Dion is married to the
former Miss Avion Marie
Smith, of Jacksonville, Florida.
Following a short leave, he
wM report for his initial as assignment
signment assignment to active duty in the
Coast Guard.

NOTICE
Have you filed your Homestead
Exemption for 1f52? Deadline ex expires
pires expires April Ist.
CLAUDS A. GANDOLFO
Monroe County Tax Assessor

THE SOUTHERNMOST NEWSPAPER IN THE U.S.A.

Citizen Staff Photo,

i PAINTER SHOWS
APPRECIATION
OF KEY WESTS
BRIGHT COLORS
By SUSAN McAVOY
Guy Wiggins small but in interesting
teresting interesting one man show drew a
large emowd of Sundfey afternoon
Key Weste rs and winter visiters j
to the Truman avenue home of
June WRliams where the Wig
gifts have been staying.
Key Waat scenes, whether the
waterfront, the controversial
Trumans Neighbor* canvas dr
*my favorite, Dukes ca/t* painted
from the balcony Of the Red
Croats building on Front street,
Wiggins uses bright, thick oifs
to portray the Island.
Dukes restaurant shows the
bustle of tourists on Clinton
Diace, from the Olympian view
of the balcony of the Red Cross
building.
It gives a lively and carnival carnivallike
like carnivallike feeling, which is apparent
chiefly in the peak of the season
months or when the Key Wes 4
artists hold their outdoor show.s
at Clinton place.
Crowds milling around the
Wiggins show yesterday ex expressed
pressed expressed their appreciation of the
familiar scenes done with the
fresh touch of a New Yorker na native
tive native and Connecticut resident.
Wiggins has done eiqht Key
West paintings in all while
visiting here this winter, plus
a portrait of his vivacious
wife.
A wiry, athletic man, he proved
that painters can use their hands
for more than wielding a brush
n the recent war.
Goaded by a conscience, the
middle aged artist went into a
glider factory in Connecticut and
served a year making the first
glider to come off the line and
the 850th.
H I wanted to learn the ships.
I worked on night ss well es
(Continued On Page Seven)

CHOICS BUILDING LOTS
Convenient to Schools and Shopping
Zone, Residence "A" from SISOO
CHARLEY TOPPING A SONS
v PHONE IMS I*4s
ALL COUNTY HEAL AND
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES
Become Delinquent
After April 1.1952.
Interest and Advertising Charges
Accrue After That Date.
HOWARD WILSON,
Tex CeUector.

BOS TICKETS
FOI{ SCHOOL CHILOREN ARE NOW AVAILABLE
BOOK OF 20 TICKETS FOR SI.OO
TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED FROM YOUR BUS ORIVCR.
Effective Monday, March Hat. Children who do net have
*. tickets will be reguested to pay fell cash fare.
- .THE KEY WEST TRAHSIT CO.

KEY WEST, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 31, 1752

Bond Release
Is Sought For
Carmichaels
Esquinahlo, Albury
Are Filing Petition
To Florida Supreme
Court For Release

Release on bond is being
fought for Carl Carmichael, Sr.
k and Jr., indicted on a first de degree
gree degree murder charge .by the
Grand Jury last week, their At Attorneys
torneys Attorneys announced today.
Enrique Esquinaldo, Jr. and
Will Albury arc filing a petition
to the Florida State Supreme
Court tomorrow asking that their I
clients be released from Monroe
county jail where they have btten
held since last Friday, following
the secret indictment. They were'
out on $5,000 bond each when
arrested by the Sheriffs depart department.
ment. department.
The father and son are charged
with the first degree murder of
Allen Harris, alias Mellow Moon,
whose nude body was discovered
off Stock Isiand on December 14.
The Carmichaels attorneys
said they ask for the re release
lease release on bail on the presumption
that they are not guilty of first
degree murder.
Meanwhile, no word on the
Grand Jurys findings in the case
off Huguette LeMay, probable
victim of foul play, has come in
to State Attorney J. Lancelot
Lester, he said today. The van vanished
ished vanished Canadian beauty was last
seen by her husband, George Le-
May, according to him. LeMay is
not coniine to' Key West to ap appear
pear appear voluntarily before the Grand
.jury, ne was quv.ed as saying
Saturday. The Grand Jury had
stated that it wished LeMay
would waive his immunity and
come of his own free will to Key
West. The report said nothing
about subpoenaing the husband
of the vanished. 21 year old girl.

Taxpayers Can T
%*<* aur&jr~*&**
Vf'nmf! F f Three hundred taxpayers
of Monroe County {tend to
lose $250 apiece unless they
SdS&£3-
7 F.m. tomorrow.
The 95.006 exempMoh*
blank if not signed according
to law will mean a direct
loss to each taxpayer (coun (county,
ty, (county, citv) of $250.
Gandolfo stated this morn morning
ing morning that he will extend the
hours to see that all are ac accommodated
commodated accommodated bf or a the
deadline. r
Remember tomorrow Is
your last chance to save
HEAR
J. Brailey Odham
Candidate far Governor
Monday, March 31st
BAY VIEW PARK, 9:90 P. M.
Alt local candidates invited to
speak
Paid Far By Brailey Odham
Campaign Fund

MARL
75c Per Cu. Yd.
Loaded at Steak Island PM
Ixlxl* BLOCK
20c Per. Block
( In Quantities)
Ready-Mix Concrete
Rock, sqnd and
Gravel
CHARLEY TOPPDiO
& SONS
mnnnlMS -tM Srtcfc IriM.

Aqueduct Commission Urged To
$50,000 Bonds For Relief Of Water
Condition Existing In Island City

Cub Scout Pack IVo. 217 Presented Charter

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. Citizen Staff Photo
THE PACK CHARTER OF THE BOY SCOUTS 9F AMERICA was presented at the Poinciana
Recreation Center by Monroe County Scout Coo: nissionet, Captain A. H. Dropp (left) to Mr. H. P.
Sanders, (right) Chairman of the Pack Committee. Cub Pack No. 217 is now officially a member
of the Boy Scouts and is sponsored by the Poinciana Parent Teachers Association. Mr, C. B.
Coulter (not shown), is Cub Master for the Pack.

(fcejpWesfs Climate \ha Dram Ligju Chief
Executives; Hope Held For Its Continuance
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$90,700 Warranty Deeds Recorded In County;
Florida National Bank Buys Front St. Land

GATES OF CITV
WlOt ALWAYS
BE OPEN TO
PRES. TRUMAN
By SUSAN McAVOY
LeYs cross our fingers and
hope that the new President
choose* Ky .Waat as his winter
vacation spot, Chamber 0 f Com Commerce
merce Commerce Saeretary Harold Laub-
scher commented on President j
Trumans decision not to run f the White House, in 1952.
The PtatMea6 who gave no ;
Sign of Ms ponding decision bo bofooe
fooe bofooe ho lait Spy West Thurs Thursday
day Thursday aftman. took the wind
out of the sails of a lot of Koy
(Continued On Page Five)

Commencing April Ist
THE CASA MARINA HOTEL
udIEACHCLOB
Will Operate On The European Plan
NEW LOW RATES
(M-2-Sl4DoaUe
SR IS SlB Single
THIS IB YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO STAY AT OOE OF THE
WOELOB GREAT RESORT HOTELS AT THESE LOW RATES.
HERE IS WHAT YOU WILL GNJOYf
1. Deticieue feed a* papular prices.
g l._,i i..
PeGwIMVI IMRIEI* BEWWU^Po
S. bbimpwnahlp lewd. courts Ne cnerget
4. Yeur earn lecher at aur Beach Club No sharp#!
5. ShufWabeard ceurta Me charge!
4. New Seieriums Ne chargal
7. Fishing Pier axSanding way out in the ocean.
L TeievMen, Badminton Cregwet, etc.
of grounds.

Bulletin
VOTE EXTRA
COMSAT PAY
WASHINGTON (.*>The Senate
today voted extra "combat pay
of $45 a month for ail men arid
e.'ficcrs who fight in Korea.
It was proposed by Sen.
(l). Mich.) as a rider to a MB
to grant a cost-oMiving pay ti ticrease
crease ticrease to the 3,600.000 persons In
the armed services. The senate up
proved it by an unrecorded stand standing
ing standing vote.
It would provide the bonus pay
to infantrymen. Marines, sailors
and their officers who have been
tinder actual 46emy fire and arc
not eligible fof other hazard or
tonus pay.

KARL FRICKS
BUY PROPERTY
FOR $10,500 j
A sale for $42,000 of two lota i
in the Matecumbe Ocean-Bay
subdivision by George Lacy and
his wife to Helen K. Lane, o
single woman, was recorded in
the office of County Clerk Earli
Adams today. The land sale ii
(Continued On Page Five)
MOBHOE j
MOTORS
STANDS POft
Low Prices
High Quality j
Best Values
'49 studerbaker, landcrulser,
fordor
sim
50 Willys station Wagon
HIM
*SO Chevrolet, fleetiine
sl4fS
49 Lincoln, fordor
jim
Many other real Bargem*
>na third dewn ...

Laflflffenyi
TUESDAY. APRIL Ist
All Stock Reduced 50%
MAUD DINSMORE
4iev DUVAL STREET

Tha Ajaaooafd Pzoaa
Foaturec ji^taQ§p^9A''
Far 72
Beat Interacts ot Key v£i

PfUCK FIVE QSfcT

Commissioner
Cobo Today
Explains
Proposal
City Commissioner Delio
Cobo will ask the City to
purchase $50,000 in u bond
issue that the Florida Keys
Aqueduct Commission may
£loat to set up emergency
pumping facilities in the
present water shortage, he
said today.
Dr. Cobo will make the
proposal at a special meet meeting
ing meeting of the City Commission
and Aqueduct commission
members ahd manager Er Ernest
nest Ernest Ramsey at 4:80 tqdav
at City Hall.
The Aqueduct Commission
could pay back the City for its
purchase of possible bonds by
returning to the City its ar arnual
nual arnual payment of S7BOO for the
ue of 156 water hydrants, Cobo
said.
At the present time the City
pays this amount to the Aque Aqueduct
duct Aqueduct Commission for the use of
hydrants, at the rate of SSO a
h Comn ) iS! on
W^P^Aamnf rSen additSiai
pumping facilities at Tavernier
or pn up the Hne, M Dr. Cobo
jFrJlrcould Obtain that $50,-
isaue, #hiSTtb C fy could buy
up. The Aqueduct Commis-ion
could than forego the S7BOO
year we now pay it for hydrants,
thus reimbutting the city, Dr.
Cobo said.
Interest should not be more
than three percent on such, a
bond issue, the Commissioner
stated.
I will personally recommend
that the CUy buy styh bonds in
trder to end the water shortage
at this moment. Of course the
long run expansion of the pipe
line is another question that the
Navy is working on at the pres present
ent present time. Legislation will Soon
come before Congress on that
s55500,000 appropriation, Dr. Co-

bo said.
Meanwhile we need imme immediate
diate immediate expansion of pumping fa facilities,
cilities, facilities, estimated at $50,000. This
could be financed by the float floating
ing floating of a bond by the water body,
and purchase by the City. Nat Naturally
urally Naturally the Navy will have to ap approve
prove approve methods and procedures,
since it controls the f ipeline to
Key West. The Aqueduct Com
mission distributes the water to
the consumer, but the Navy- has
the final say on pipeline faftli faftlities,"
ties," faftlities," Cobo said.
PALACI
Pawl Henried and Jack Oakie
, "Lent Ot The
Buccaneers"
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THI KEY WEST CITIZEN

(Hip Era Rest Citi?*n

daily (ekcefrt Sunday) by L. P. Artman, owner and jwfb jwfbdaher,
daher, jwfbdaher, from The Citizen Building, corner of Grtfefafe And Ahh Street*
OUy Daily Newspaper in Hey Weft and Monroe County
'uj~c -- - - --
U P. ARTMAN - Edita*
NCRMAM P. ARTMAN Burinon Manager
a ~ Entered at Key West, Florid*, as Second Class Matter V
~ TELEPHONES SI and 193S
Member of tbs AsaocialW PtariThe Associated Press is exclusively
entitled to use for reproduction of all news dispatches credited to it
tr not otherwise credited- in this paper, and also the local news
-'published here. % ~ {
Florida and Aiseriried Dailies of Florid*
Subscription (by carrier) 25c pdf week, yeaf $12.00, single copy sft
ADVERTISED RATES MADE KNOWN ON APPLICATION f
The Citizen is an open forurd fchd lnvltiS discussion of public issue
and subjects of local or general interest, Wit it will not publish
anonymous communications. f >

*lo nitifow*
a*ia^t\oN
<** , r, r -* <
Eveiy lime Elmer Dexia* Eft* West's oldtitne. ehum,
comes to town he gets a write-Ufi lit The Citiften. Sueati
Anthonys article about him in W(Stltlftdttys,Cltifcdsi was
among the best, but a ifc-worii Nlhftkk le tnkrfe whHe
here live years ago caused mote atir thah anything else
he has said since he has been visiting the Island City.
. On that occasion pavis Wfts interviewed for the Citi Citizen
zen Citizen by John R. Vosburgh, aiid* in the course of the talk,
Davis said: f
t'What Key West needs more than anything else is
another Garden of Roses.
That assertion made a good many local churehgoing
people squirm, but Kes Westers generally smiled under-
and approvingly, two other famous men, Bdri
tone John Charles Thorrtas ami Novelist Ernest pemiqg pemiqgway,
way, pemiqgway, would have applauded Davis statement, for they
also loved the geniality and quiet atmosphere of Penat
Garden of Rose* stuckiin back of a house across Emma
street from Jac|soft S . The Navy, I) expsidiiji in Key had.RWft|l9Wgc
up Gnden M Roaei Jnfl |&vi, .thoftias, fflemlhgwaji
and l&m another defttee of quiet fel lotf
returged to j|wn aid wanted to Jake afriendlf
No*drunkwere allowe/ln the Garden of
noise issued from there, except informal concerts by art
ists v&o gave their settees frftely for what, in concert
haUe.lhf* would hay# feen pid of dollars.
, The wfttejr was in the Gardbfi one* afternoon as a
gdest of, John Charles Thomas, who, accompanied by hi*
pianist, sang that stirring melody, Kathleen. The listen
era were spellbound, so much that Thomas had conclud concluded
ed concluded 10 seconds or so before they, as though actuated by ;
single impulse, broke Into applause. But man has the
capacity of changing instantly from deep emotion to joy
ous laughter. While a group, surrounding Thomas, was
congratulating him, hr spied Hemingway, in rumpled
trousers, his shirt opened to the third button and his face
bristling with a stubby beard, entering the Garden. Thom
us broke through the crowd and hastened to meet Hem
iagway. Each put an arm ibbut (the
said, Tfie treats on me. 1 ? ftpv
[' Ho. nq, on.ihft, Hftmftigway rejoiiJjJr
As they walked toward the bar, Tbotftas resumed,
On me, on me, on nye, on me, to the the Barber
of Seville, a comic opera In which he haj| appeared many
times before enthusiastic thousands. Wheat they stopped
at the bar 1 Pena raised his hands and, tryihg to imitate
Thomas tone, sang:
Gentlmans, the treats on me.
Though we may not agree with what a man considers
u wholesome pastime, yet it Is his privilege to view it as
such. It was for that reason that Davis, Hemingway,
Thomas and many key Westers regretted the passing of
the Garden of Roses. t,
im-C iSHnMt Wti Pretty soon you will be invited out on a picnic into
the country.
r- ; ; |
Sports arent everything but they provide good cord*
petitive training for boys and girls.
The more advanced modem science becomes, the
more dependent we are on tlti diit farmer.
, ..fa...,,
Have you made your cOtribUtlOtl to the Red Cfoss
this year? If not, this is the month to make ft.
Despite ail the talk about the country going to the
dogs* people seem to b doing pretty well in thte com common
mon common it \. ,-K '* llfg/'
Some paftle are now beginning to wonder if
didnt miss a chance for a lot of free publicity by failing
to announce for the presidency. I
Most of the problems of the nation would be solved*
overnight if the more fortunate were really interested 1C
the welfare and improvement Of the less fortunate. *-

Monday, March 31, 1952

Monroe County
Receives $59,951
From Gas Taxes
TALLAHASSEE IN The State
of Florida collected $6,112,710 in
gasoline taxes last month, the
comptrollers office has announced.
Collection costs totaled $24,216,
leaving a net for the Treasury of
$6,068,493. of this amount, $1,746,-
488 was returned to the various
counties.

Taxes collected in the counties
and amounts returned to them in included
cluded included :
Dade $1,165,321 and $140,063;
Brevard slll,Ol and $25,355;
Broward $273,259 and $39,484; Du Duval
val Duval $499,794 and $100,367; Escam Escambia
bia Escambia $159,145 and $43,317; Leon
103,042 and $25,369; Manatee $85,-
936 and $29,672; Marion 897 998 and
$43. 120: Monroe *59 981 and '<4l,-
(g 7; Pinellas and $65,503;
Palm Beach $307,269 and $76,047;
St.. Lucie $56,601 and $16,253; Sara Sarasota
sota Sarasota 87,580 and $25,105, and Vo Vousia
usia Vousia $192,976 and $38*545.
A Letter From
BILL LAHTAFF
Dear Neighbor:
By far the greatest number of
letters I have received recently
have urged economy in govern government
ment government and have voiced opposition
to the Presidents request for y
four billion dollar ta\ increase.
As I have reported to you be before,
fore, before, this is an economy-minded
Congress. Were it not for mili military
tary military expenditures, taxes could
unquestionably be drastically re reduced.
duced. reduced. With the economy block
in control of the House, I have,
no doubt that thr> President's re request
quest request will be rejected and there
will be no tax increase next
year.
Some folks have requested
my support in getting Congress
to put through the required legis legislation
lation legislation for a Constitutional amend amendment
ment amendment limiting Federal incomeAax
to 25 percent. Well, this pro proposal
posal proposal sounds good; however, lets
look under the rug to see if
there is anything that doesnt
meet the eye.
First, the amendment specifi specifically
cally specifically provides that It will not
operate, during times of emerg emergency.
ency. emergency. We are in Such a state now,
,o, by its own terms, even if
uch an amendment were a part
f the Constitution, it would not
;mit the Federal Government to toay
ay toay In fixing corporate artq per-!
onal incoirtf taxes above 25 per percent.
cent. percent. |
Oyer 70 pe&ent of our total
editul Revenue i$ derived from
~ iconic taxes levied on individu individuals
als individuals or corgpratioip. If sspeh an
amendment were in effect, but
**'e were not in any emergency,
id Congress passed appropria appropriations
tions appropriations exceeding the revenues that
were anticipated for that year,
Congress would be faced with
jo alternatives: (1) deficit
pending, which all of us realize
? inflationary and which I am
bitterly opposed to, or (2) tq pro provide
vide provide tax revenues to meet the ap-
Ti therewere such a limit as
St proposed, the Federal law lawmakers
makers lawmakers would be forced to go
nto the field of excise, trans
tetion and sales taxes. Federal
'xcise taxes are already stagger staggering
ing staggering in some cases aiM a Federal
sales tax on top of eur Florida
les tax would probably have
i adverse effect on the tax
metur# of our own state.
Furthermore, sulh a limit
auM mean an annual Federal
jMehue loss oft 6 billion dollars,
Ap 14 billion of that would be
lafrm lost corporation taxes. Bene Benems
ms Benems of such a ceiling, therefore,
llfhuld go to about one percent
the taxpayer!-
4 In my opinion, the real answer
0 the reduction all taxes, both
Income and excise taxes, lies in
reducing Federal spending.
Sincerely yours,
BILL LANTAFF.

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DOTTIE. THE EDUCATED HORSE, she has a degree from UCLA, Entertained tbe students of
Harris. -School .for., about 30 minutes Thursday She performed a number of dtffiquU stunts, |nd ;
had the pupils rolling in the aisles with her comedy. The horse at the age of seven was given
up as-a Hitler and so fell into the hands of Hollywood Stunt man. Bob Cavanaugh. Bob has spent
three years training her to this point and tells us that she can do at least 000 different tricks. The
degree came as a result of her formal education.

28 States Ask Congress To
Call Constitutional Congress
| To Convention To Make Change

I CHICAGO i?)Should there be a
ceiling on federal income taxet?
That question has caused a con contact
tact contact ot opinion in capitals aarqst
I the country. tii i /j
i Both houses of legislatures.-in
28 states haVe adopted resoluUana
tasking Congress to call a constitu constitutional
tional constitutional cpnvfcntjon to make a change
, in thf Via|jon'f basic law. The res res!
! res! Gluttons. generally favor a 25 Dpr
jjernt Jtmtt oh federal income tans.
k ,; IM procedurestates petition-
Nng Congiess: for a const it utibnal'
wmendoNnt 4- is rather unusttali
Tlje chain of action in legislatures
has reached an extraordinary
length, and it has aroused ccvicern
in Washington.
What is behind the movement?
What do friends and foes saj7?
J The Associated Press obtained
reports from its 'StaTf correspbHH correspbHHents
ents correspbHHents in the capitals of the live
: states which have approved the
resolution in the last yearKansas
j Florida. Utah, Georgia and Vir Virginia.
ginia. Virginia.
| The Virginia Legislature heard
debate on the effect of a 25 per
cent tax limit.
"Cut off the swill and the hogs
will not fatten, said Delegate ... <
Griffith Purcell, sponsor of tile 1
measure. v
; "The to tax may be tile j
! power tc iftjKrpy, said Delegite
J. Bradie Allman, "but the waki
of the Po# 'if Jax will justifti
certainly d%trojr jl governmen
Dctqpcratie qgp|ients in j p
llah Legislature contended tie
ceiling wotud beh|ft| : the rich
! the expense tit the led er
'income brackets. 4
| vine resoiuuon is|Rrccted o o(ward
(ward o(ward the worthwhilelNbiective N
reducing the heavy bMlen of t< *-
ation that presses onJtfery Am t t|
| t| ican," stated Utahs Gov. J. Brack Bracken
en Bracken Lee.
| The Utah Legislature adopted

the resolution at the request bf
jGr.\ Lee, a Republican. Georgia
lawmakers took favorable action
'after Gov. Herman Talmadge. a
| Democrat, became interested in
ttke idea. 'Both governors are out-
i v>okpn critics of federal tax poli polii
i polii cies. o > l *
There was ho evidence tv wide widespread
spread widespread yublif fcnterMj W Hhose
states or pansas' or Florid?.
The California Legislature may
act, this year. Assemblyman Har Harold
old Harold K. Levering a ttepubhcsi*
"said the move is being pushed
| chiefly by the Western Tax Coun Council.
cil. Council. k t
Mit, be added, thousands of peo people
ple people have Expressed sentiment for
his pending resolution and there
isht any doubt about support com coming
ing coming From the grass roots. Among
the groups interested ih it, he said,
are Pro America Republican Wom Womans
ans Womans C.ubs and fcal estate ueateu..
Sen. Jack B. Tenney, Republican
said he has received protests
agaihst the proptial. The Califor California
nia California State Chamber of Commerce
has taken the position that a feder federal
al federal income tax ceiling would result
; in other taxes, among them higher
i taxes on industry.
( The Western tax Council has
been the mime mover in the cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Itft a private organization
made Up largely businessmen
'm financed b their contribu contributions.
tions. contributions. It h§| b£pi urging legisla legislatures
tures legislatures to adopt the ceiling petition
since 1&39. The first state, Wy Wyoming.
oming. Wyoming. -approved it that year.
the general publics feeling
about tax ratgs is 5 a matter of
individual oplhion rather Rian col collected
lected collected facts.
Rem Mason (R.-lIU, who is fdT
the 25 per cent limitation, made
a House speech on that subject
id January.
The excessive and oppressive
federal tax burden qI recent years
has rought about a tax Tebeliion
that is sweating the nation, he
said. It is a peaceful rebellion
but a grim and determined one
lust the same.
Charles F. Conic.!, executive di-1
rector of the Federation cv Tat I
Administr.v-.ors, an organization of j
state tax administrators, had an
opinionplus a dowa-to-the-roota
suggestion.
People, more than anything
elia, would like to bee taxes cut, j
he told a newsman. Theyre too
high. There is a great deal of
sentiment for that
But the only way to cut tnses
Is to cut expenditures.
He figured A to per cent income I
tax ceiling, without a slash in
spending, would bring some type
of consumption tax.
There are two ceiling proposals.
He one making the rounds of the
sfates asks Cc-io-rena to call a con constitutional
stitutional constitutional conve&ttoh. The conven convention
tion convention would write an amendment
and submit it to the states for rati ratification
fication ratification ~
Under this amendment the U. S. j
government could not take more
than 25 p|r cent of incomes, gifts
or inheritances.
The other proposal is a resolu resolution
tion resolution introduced in Congress by
Rep. Reed (R.-IU.). This cne asks
Congress to drift ii amendment
and submit it to the states for ap approval
proval approval TMs amendment would

Citizen, SfaJf phpjo

place a 2.5 per cent limit only oh
income taxes.
Under either one, Congress could
set aside the ceiling during a war
by a vote of three-fourths of its
members. The Reed measure also
provides ihat Congress, by a three threefourths
fourths threefourths vote, could raise the ceiling
io 40 per cent tor a one-year period.
The council says it favors a
scale of taxes based upon ability
to pay. This, as the council seel
it. would meah that persona With
the luggesl incomes would pay to
per ceitf 6f their earnings while
those with smaller incomes, wtiuttf
pf* WtowrttopfMMr feast ?,
The progress of toe resolutions
in the slates prompted a study of
the subject by the staffs of the
Senate-HouSe Economic Commit Committee
tee Committee and toe House Small Business
Committee. The staffs set torfh
these arguments in a recent re report:
port: report:
The ceiling would tend to Shift
the individual tax btirttet fhrth the
rich to the poor.
Based on 1951 returns the celling
would cut federal revenues b# W
billion dollars a year. Tilts imgtn
mean, among other things, a fed
eral sales tax.
Many services now handled by
the federal government would b**e
to be taken over, and financed by
states and cities.
The council replied:
The ceiling would leave more
money for investment in job-creat job-creating
ing job-creating enterprises.
If it bad been in effect in tob
most recent peace-time fiscal year
l9soit would have cut ftderil
revenues 6Vi billions. Revenues
would have covered all essential
peace-time expenditures and nb
substitute taxes Would have beeh
needed. T
'lit
Sen. George of the Senate Finance Committed
told newatoan tayefUjn
endorsed resolution represetiMt
an impracticable program f
view ofiour national debt add obli obligations.
gations. obligations.
ueoigi said the limitation Would
mean that everyone would havC
to pay 125 pef ceftt Ifftofoe t{*
and a federal sales tax, toe.
tiusscll To Speak
OCALA ill Sen. Richard B.
Russell tfi.-GS.) will sCil .lb
several Florida cities the latter
part of April and toe first week off
May.
Dr. E. Qi Peek, chairman cC
the for President
The daij Joi M amtodneed
later.
ClearwMK Charge
TAMPA dh-ih woman who sHr#
her son-in-inwfto death last month
has been cleared of blame by a
coroner's jury.
s^d^^la^
Rapp, an aibestos salesman, we#
shot five times with ilk rifle
in the yirdltrf the MoUgy bonfc,
where his (estranged wtfe wnd
living.
Mrs. Mobley and Mrs. Rapp both
testified he threatened to kill thgflt
and they wVe afraid of Mm.
- USE Sftd : **'

Political
Announcements
bEMdCRATic primary.
MAY 6. 1952

For Stale Representative
RERNIE C. PAPY
Tot R*-Election"
For Stale Representative
i* Y* BORTfell
Fftf SlilS Attotney
HSLIO (MONO (iOtfc>
rw it.( Attonir
j. lANCtLOT LEkrfca
*
Nt Cletk Of Circuit Court
, EARL *. AbAMS
r Cranir .'u-5
HILARY t. ALBERV
He HaMtT
HAYMOab tt. LORD
Si...
Hi County tax Aksesscr
IKBil j. DION
h* Ifturtf Tax AMMtf*
CLADDB A. GANDOUh.
Pst Ra-BlsSHen
tw euul* Ta* CUMtor
GEORGE G, OOSBZ
For County Tax Collector
HOWARD E. WILSON
( l (For R. EUcUon)
rf* £ *; M-i tli
For Sheriff
LOUIS M. J. EISNER
For Sheriff
JohH n. spottswood
-a.-.
For Clerk of the Criminal Court
C. SAM B. CURRY
For Dlerk of Criminal Court
harry dongo
For County Commissioner
JOE ALLEN
First District
For County Commissioner
J. M. FERNANDEZ, JR.
"JOE"
First District
GLAMKNCE S. HIGGS
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vRimP R^RRpi^r
. im.n.
Fwf Douitfty Commissioner
wTwells
Fit Douttty Cbmmlttioner
H- tR Ate Dtatrfer
marry Harris
U.tOk oTmsacw*
i* Hrgmim men* &*
S£HALtI M. ADAMS
MPMMBQ RFUIXXCX
Fdf Msfhbsr Of School Board
WM. BILLY FREEMAN
Befond District
For Member School BoSzft
JULIO CABANASaJR.
For Re-Election
Fourth District
For School Board
H. EARL DUNCAN
Foutth Dutticl
IJGIITWI^NJORT
IhSoSlSl' Ptfctrkt
ROY HAMLIN
For Re-Election
Fttr Jutties of the Poses
R. D. felt Zelterower
Third District
e.'iJ.
For ConitsMS
HARRY LEE BAKER
Fieri District
fajs i
Fa* Constable
HAIUiY H. JOHNSON
First District
ffcft fuTsfilg Judos
EVA WARNER GIBSON
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Two Killed f
OMAHA i.T*Two men were
and three others injured, one se seriously,
riously, seriously, early today when an Air
Force B-25 bomber crashed while
dtterhptirig to land at OffUU Ah*
Force Base.
A Strategic Air Command PokeSi
man said the plane, based at
Offutt, was coming in for a >andii%
at the end of a routine flight tq
Burbank. Calif. Apparently one en engine
gine engine was out.
Names of the Air Force person*
nel atoard were withheld pending
notification tv the next of kin.
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Sportsmens
Club Formed
In Marathon
New Organization
| Being Called
Flying Fishermen
A newly chartered sport men's
chib formed primarily to promote
and foster Marathon and its aur>
rougding waters as a fishermens
paradise was revealed this week by
F P Radcwskt, developer of Ma Marathon
rathon Marathon Shores
The charter, issued by Circuit
Judge Aquino Lopez, Jj*. of Key
Vest, also lists enactment of con conservation
servation conservation laws in the new organi organization's
zation's organization's aims:
Satfoweto announced that privi privileges
leges privileges oi the club would be extend extended
ed extended to aM visiting members of other
angling dubs whu come to Mara Marathon
thon Marathon Shores. Such facilities as to
ducks, swimming pool, cabana
chib and hotel rc-fo aad fishing
trip reservations will be available
to visiting sportsmen in good stan standing
ding standing with their home dubs.
The club, which is being called
the Flyin Fishermen, will an announce
nounce announce a program of citations and
awards for fishermen, recording
outstanding catches, at a later
date.
Joining Sadowski as charter
members of the club are John P.
Qvggirt, Marathon Chamber of
Commerce president, B. B. Park Parkhurst,
hurst, Parkhurst, Michael George, Elmo Capo
and Irv Cole, local* fishing boat
afcippers and Mrs. Sadowski.

Following jkfcc
though
" '.
14 Lyman H. Reeves, U. S. N.,
wiM he transferred sot-a to tbp
State of WssMogton, and bis leav leaving
ing leaving is going to be felt by the play players
ers players and fans of the Navy Leagues
where he managed the SuSom
Four for two years.
Beeves always had a hard-fight hard-fighting,
ing, hard-fighting, did) He won the pennant in
*** <*sW yvas runner-up
>; The Lieutenant was born in Ly Lyman,
man, Lyman, Miss., on October 1, 1913. He
auMrlad gnd tuts a m*), Gilbert,
I They lire ;ati No. '3& Best Beach.
Before coining to Key West for
t duty/ Beeves was stationed at the
wk a
it_was a pennsant winner.
* *7he players and fans will hate to
"i fi him leave, but he is a servict servictm&lUpxifMMti
m&lUpxifMMti servictm&lUpxifMMti where the Navy
pinkf tSw4 H etve his coue
- AUg#4* li. Reeves good luck,
and iHtathst mine day t# will be
Mielo return to the Island City.
fradit>eiu:
Lucy Gonzalgs claims he is
Phffly fan and Cleveland Indian
Mpporter Why? WeU M claims
||g ftiUUes with Curt Simmons
wt Ik stopped. And he believes
jPI is ; Al Lopezs year to bring
home a winner.
Juapie Navarros choice for the
pennants are Yankees, and Cards,

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A IHPAi- CATCH Grouper*, Barracuda, and Amberjack were caught recently by Washington. D. C Anglers (Left to right);
Ray Schweitxer, S Aubry Spencer, George ****- Oetew) Skipper and Mrs. Bill Crespo

mm sunsox known as team
X IN FLORIDA INTERNATION AL
LEAGUE PENANT RACE IN 1952

Bp HOWARD KLBIMBREG
Miami Daily News Sports Writer
MIAMI <*v-K deals with the
unkiuwn quantity, and thus the
Mimai Sup Sox should be daaai daaaified
fied daaaified as a team with plenty of X\
. Hooked up in a working agree agreement
ment agreement with the Brooklyn Dodgers
offers its many good points and
some bad caes, especially tile f*P
when you dont know whos pay paying
ing paying where ante a day : before the
season starts.
This is etfSent with the Sox. Less
than twe weeks froia tiate, the 04
season starts and ae oae knc-vs
whos playing foe positions.
i However, new Manager Max Ha*,
cob does have a general knowledge
of whats going or aad voiced foe
claim that Miami will have a very
good team this season, better than
the one that folded to third (dace
at the end of last year.
Macon himself, will mostly likely
be the Sox firstaseraan. The for former
mer former Dodger hit 406 while manag managing
ing managing Hazard. Ky., last jeaspa and
although he saya he May slip a
little, he looks like a sure .300
batter.
At the moment, would
comd in very bandy With hitting
second baseman. Knobby Rosa has
deserted last years team for MJ MJami
ami MJami Beach and Danny Lastrez, a

Six Former Champions In Field Of
250 Playing In 35th State Amateur
Golf Tournament In Jacksonville

. *T, f; TANARUS: ,1
champions are in the terrific field,
of more than 290 who started after 1
the SSlb annual State Amateur Coif i
Championship here today. j
Frank Rorkovieb, Lakeland, is
defending chsatpioa. Other former
on t hahd are Ward Wa Wagers
gers Wagers .Clearwater; Jim Lge Jr-, TO!-"
lahassee; Carl Dapn Jr., Orlande;
Tommy Aycoek, ad 41 iimen
both of Jacksonville.
Another man tc watch is Gard :
ner Dickinson, Panama City, fqf
mer Southern Amateur champion.
Strong threats are posm} by. Jafck
Bussell, Clearwaiel, : vgie won,the
National BtwefoH Hayors Qolf
Tournament at Miami |overgl
weetts ago/ Vt?) '" i ; i T ''
A couple (A teen-agers capable
Daytona Beacb. Bisinfhoff
ified .National Open Hgf,
year argi has made mod showings
I He will have won 4* mkigbps il
I many (jay? including the J|-ho|e
! Golfers 90 years and older alo
Miguel Bazo has rhapgpd to the
Braves for he think? that Tommy
Holmes has the hes.t team is the
senior circuit. Two-by-tour Creel
is a Washingtcn fan and always
wears a cap with a big W to show
who he is pulling Jor. His. chpice
'in the National is the Cards. >*
I

fine fielder, but poor in hitting is
manning the post.
For a shortstop. Max is about
to sneak info back alleys in an ef effort
fort effort fa hire the Brooks to give him
Uoaterto Fernandez. Fernandez is
net on the Sox roster, but has been
working put with them at Vero
Beach.
Fcv a third baseman, Macon is
09 in the ah*- It might be Gil
Tonrps if be is returned to the Sox
or it may be Claude Siple, a
rookie.
la foe outfield, Miami appears
; kg food shape. Paul Armsrteng and
Rocky Rotzell are back and Macon
has bis pick of Bcb Sessano, Hank
Geary, Nick Siamez or Joe Kwiat Kwiathewski,
hewski, Kwiathewski, all rookies to the team.
The catching chores will be a
toss-up between Ed Little of last
years squad or Cecil potson.
In the pitching department, the
Sox have returning from last sea seafcoo.
fcoo. seafcoo. Art Seijai, Rene Solis, Dick
Wvefo Rea Ludtke and Labe
Dean, who was just bought from
Newport News again.
Theyve added Billy Harris, who
vas.l-9 with Valdosta last year,
San Wisiak, Gus Grosskoft, Billy
Panjen and Walt Jasinski. Jasinski
wpnt repc/t to the club until he
graduates from Stetson in June. He
wga #-3 with DeLand last year
aad had an. ERA of 1.70.

will compete for the first state
seniors title. They will count their
medal score in the qualifying round
I end first round of match play to
make up the 38-hcie total for the
.senior event.
1 the state meet is being held over
Ike San Jose Country Club course
fur the first time. Its flat, fairly
4>pen fairways ant tightly-trapped
greens make ft g favorite of the
golfers who are best with short
irons and putters.
Two hi/es were lengthened for
the tournament, stretching the nor normally
mally normally 5.409 yard layout to 6,509. li
**
Ui Paid Four
Unemployed Here
TALLAHASSRS, The Unemploy Unemployment
ment Unemployment Compensation Division re released
leased released the report of 'weekly pay/
meats to covered employees today
for the week ending March 21.
jbe ying payments of $76,142 for ah
jtvergle of about sn.6q to 4,a00 ro rocinlents.
cinlents. rocinlents. This compares to a week
ago when 4,251 recipients received
$75,725 and to a year ago for the
corresponding period when $54,10
was paid to 3,845 unemployed
workers when checks averaged
abppt $14.06. Current checks aver average
age average an increase of weekly benefits
of from $$ to $4 since the 1951 Le Legislature
gislature Legislature amended the law boost boosting
ing boosting payments to a maximum of S2O
wffWy.
In fhis county $66 was paid tc- 4
persons.
2-

Political
Hales
Bv DON WHITEHEAD
OMAHA (*>Nebraskas presiden presidential
tial presidential popularity contest today le lecame
came lecame a last-minote scramble for
votes and no one could predictfoe
outcome with any real assurance.
If any large shift of sentiment
was developing in either Refmb Refmb!
! Refmb! can or Democratic ranks it wept
undetected by those keeping a
iclose tab on the bitterly-contested
.primary races.
I The two big questions which the
voting may answer are these:
| 1. Will Sen. Taft of (fob efcecl
the surge of sentiment for Gen.
i Dwight D'. Eisenhower apd regain
I some of the prestige Re lost In
the New Hampshire awteMvum&a
elections?
2. Will Sen. Kerr el Oklahoma
toDoie Sen. Kefauver et Tennessee
and get his own presidential band bandwagon
wagon bandwagon rolling?

The voters held foe answers to
both questions and were being
bombarded with telephone calls,
speeches, radio and television ap appeals
peals appeals and advertisements.
The Republican contest was dom dominated
inated dominated by write in drives on be behalf
half behalf of Taft and Eisenhower whose
names are not on the balkg. TTiis
fight has overshadowed the efforts
of supporters Harold SfosshX,
the only major GOP candidate
whose native is on foe bellot..;
On the Democratic tide, tfofo tfofoision
ision tfofoision by President Truman npt to
run again reduced foe Keyr Ke Kefauver
fauver Kefauver battle to a more dear-cut
test of their popularity.
Kerr had not been regarded en enirely
irely enirely as a free agent since he said
te would step aside if the Presi President
dent President should run. But this tie has
been removed and Kerr is now
>n his own. Kefauver said this, de development
velopment development probably .would be a
clp to Kelt in Tuesdays contest
1 ut that over the nation, if will
elp ray chances.
Both Kefauver and Kerr made
l clear they are in foe fight to
he finish for the Democratic pfos pfosdential
dential pfosdential nomination regardless of
lie outcome of the Nebraska foow foowlown.
lown. foowlown. Kefauver is entered in 14
irimaries and. Kerr has indicated
he plans-to enter others.
It may take some hours Tues Tues.ay
.ay Tues.ay beiore a trend can be dejtir dejtiruined
uined dejtiruined in the voting. The big ballot
vill contain almost 200 names of
candidates running for federal aid
date offices. In addition. there are
county and city elections to sfow
down foe count. cj
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Price Rises |
LONDON OBThe price of pd pdmission
mission pdmission to foe stated home* of
England went u? a few pennies
today. The lords and ladies Aay
times are getting tougher. -v
new boc* in prices for foe tfoMfC
to see what Britains great uaajffo
live in. The, annual open MMe
season begins Tuesday and a Mjl
run of big houses will he available
again on 4 payand-look basis/afi
comers welcome.
Lady (in threatening vocte aa foe
ppened the df): Did ypp waht
to see mg? .. .- v
Pedler: *Well, if I did, I got my
wish. Thank you!

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which he recently completed at
the fleet AH Weather Training
Unit, Naval Air Station, Key
Wert He will report to Com Composite
posite Composite Squadron Thirty Three,
Naval Air Station, Atlantic
City, N. J., for duty involving
flying.
He entered the Navy as an
aviation cadet in 1950. In Sep September,
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Roundup
By SAM SUMMERLIN
MUNSAN, Korea of'Communist
staff of fleers today proposed that
top level negc-.iators try to break
the deadlock ever whether Russia
should help pouce a Korean trace.
The Reds suggested tee joint
subcommittee on armistice super superi
i superi isio.i meet for the first time in
%
rnore than two mc..hs at xx a.m.
Tuesday (9 p.ra. EST Monday).
Col. Don O. Darrow said the
U. N. Command reply would be
in Communist hands two hours be before
fore before the meeting would begin.
The Reds nominated Russia as
one of their three representatives
~i a neutral insnectic.l commis commiston
ton commiston last Fe 1 ". 16.

They say Russia qualifies as a
neutral and has every right to in inspect
spect inspect troops and supplies moving
nto Korea during a truce. The
Allies sav Russia is in effect a
belligerent and is wholly unaccept unacceptible.
ible. unacceptible.
Staff officers have made no
headway toward an agreement and
for several days there have been
reports that the issue wtuld be
handed to top negotiators.
A second group of staff officers
working on plans for exchanging
a naval aviator at Pensacola,
Florida.
Ensign Brooks was a student
at Tufts College, Medford,
Mass., before entering the
Navy. His hometown is New Newbury
bury Newbury port, Mass.

Monday, March 31, 19=2

prisoners of war c.- npirte# a full
week of secret sessions.
As usual there was no hint as
to whether the negotiators have
made progress.
Col. George W. Hickman told
newsmen we continued our ex explorations
plorations explorations in an amicable session."
Only the issue of forced re repatriation
patriation repatriation remains unsolved in
the prisoner-exchange debate. The
Reds want all prisoners of war
returned. The Allies insist that
prisoners be allowed to choose
whether they want to go home.
i SEOUL, Korea UV-Task Force
77 pilots showed their muscle to
Navy Secretary Dan Kimball Sun Sunday
day Sunday and worked over Communist
railroad lines in Northeast Korea.
U. S. Marine and Navy fliers
reported 167 rail cuts, twe bridges
destroyed and numerous rail cars
and supply trucks knocked out.
As the iiiecs roared into action,
surface ships pounded Bed targets
along the coast.
Kimball followed the attack from
the carrier Valley Fc. ge.
Far East Air Force planes Sun Sunday
day Sunday mounted 945 sorties, including
night attacks that blasted 64 Com Communist
munist Communist supply trucks trying to

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move to the front under cover of
darkness.
The Air Force said
Sinanju rail link has leen out
operation -tor live days.
Twenty five U. S. Sabre jets
clashed Sunday with 70 Commu Communist
nist Communist MIG-15 jets in a brief battle
over Northwest Korea and dam damaged
aged damaged two Red fighters.
On the ground the 155-mile front
was quiet except for squad-sized
enemy patrol thrusts which were
repulsed after short skirmishes.
PINCH HIT
As the tightly-packed
descended, graying Mrs. Morton
became increasingly furious with
her husband standing beside her.
His face was flushed and aglow
with delight and because the
blonde girl was crowded, against
him. f >
As the elevator stopped on the
mam floor, the blonde suddenly
whirled, slapped Mr. Morton and
said: Ill teach you to pinch.
Bewildered, and no longer
aglow, Mr. Morton was half way
to the parking lot with his wife,
when he choked: I I didnt
pinch that blonde girl.
Of course, you didnt, said
wife consolingly. I did.

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By Fred Lasswell

By Oeorge McManus

By Tom Sims and B. Zaboly

By Paul Robinson

By Jose Salinas and Rod Reed

By Roy Gotto

OMm BT WILLIAM G. BOGART

Chapter 28
JOHNNY followed, knowing that
she might need some assistance.
He walked into a chair, backed
off, carefully maneuvered it and
caught up with Nanoy England at
the foot of the stairs.
"Are you all right?"
She nodded, though the peculiar
glassiness of her eyes gave the
impression that she had not even
understood his question.
May I help you?"
She started up the stairs, tripped,
regained her balance and went on.
Johnny solicitously took her arm
and went along with her.
At the doorway to her room,
the one next to Kays, he asked,
Are you sure youre all right?"
He wondered why Kay had not
come downstairs again. He could
see a sliver of light from beneath
her door.
Nancy England started into her
own room. Holding to the knob,
bracing herself against the panel,
she said, Will you please ask
Homer to stop by a moment before
he retires? She spoke slowly and
deliberately, exerting marvelous
control not to show her condition.
Certainly," said Johnny.
She closed the door. He listened
a moment, to be certain she was all
right, then returned along the
hallway. The butlers tall, stiff
figure had just appeared at the
landing.
Everythings locked up, sir,
he announced. If theres nothing
else I can do . .
Miss England wants to see you,
Homer.
"Very well."
Johnny saw a frown in the mans
eyes as the butler turned and went
toward the womans room.
Reaching the left wing leading
to his own room, Johnny paused a
moment. He heard Nancys door
open, then close again an instant
later. Homers unhurried footsteps
were returning along the hall.
The butler went down the* front
stairs again. Johnny waited. In a
moment the man appeared at the
top of the stairs and swung right
toward Nancy England's room. In
his hand he carried the bottle
containing what was left of the
brandy.
Johnny murmured aloud,
Maybe Im just an amateurl"

HOLLYWOOD
NOTES
By 808 THOMAS
HOLLYWOOD UP)'To you and j
me. a walk is simply a method ;
of getting somewhere. To Valeria
Bettis, a walk gives insight to a
person's character.
Miss Bettis is an expert in how
people move. She is a successful
dancer and dance director on the
Broadway stage and television.
She has been here to direct the
movements (in the dance num numbers)
bers) numbers) of Rita Hayworth. Miss Bot Bottis
tis Bottis also has a role in the new
Hayworth film.
We Were discussing people's *..
walks, and the dancer observed:
You can read q persons char character
acter character by the way he walks. It is
one ol the few unconscious move movements
ments movements that people make, and for
that reason, you can judge their
real nature. A person may be the i
nervous type, or completely as-)
sured; he may be artistic or not
too bright. It all shows in the
walk.
Miss Bettis then enumerated the
10 most famous walks in Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood and what makes them
unique:

1. Charlie Chaplin. Hes a slew- j
foot. His mincing, awkward duck- j
walk gives the perfect comedic
impression of pn uncertain, shy
little character.
2. Betty Hutto). She's the ath-
Jetci typeenergetic, uninhibited
and full of vitality. She bounces
when she walks.
3. Groucho Marx. His sleuth sleuthlike
like sleuthlike prowl is another classic come comedy
dy comedy walk. His ridiculous position ;
makes him all the funnier.
4. Betty Grable. Hers is a
bouncy kind of sex, oxhitited by
a hip and shoulder wiggle. She
is the glorified secretary type.
5. Marlene Dietrich. This a sul sultry,
try, sultry, exotic kind of sex. She slinks
with a graceful, undulating move movement.
ment. movement.
6. Katharine Hepburn. To me,
she is the most graceful of all.
She is athletic without being mas masculine.
culine. masculine. She glides unconsciously,
her head floating over the rest of
her body. She hits the grace of a
pony. £-*
7. James Cagnfy. He is typical
of all short, wiif men. He is full
of pent-up energy and has the drive
of a bulldog. |
8. Gary Cooper. He lopes like
a giraffe. The ffet move "first, and
the body foltafi aftevward.
9. Fred Astaire. He is the epit epitome
ome epitome of a ballroom dancer. His
style is meticulous, but not over overdone.
done. overdone.
10. Rosalind Russell. She is the
perfect clothes horse. She has the
poise, sophistication and self-con
fidence that go with wearing
clothes well.
Miss Bettis commented that not
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Shortly the butler appeared
again and started up the stairs to
his own room. Johnny heard his
door close. Silence fell over the
big house.
BEFORE entering his own room,
Johnny Saxon stepped outside
the screened door at the end of
the wing. He stood on the bal balcony
cony balcony ana looked toward the bed bedroom
room bedroom windows that faced toward
the porch. He checked them off:
Irenes, the nurseKarens, an
empty guest room. Grandpoppa
Smith's. .. All were in darkness.
It was cooler now. A slight
breeze came from the direction of
the Sound. Johnny wondered if
that explained the slight damp dampness
ness dampness in the air or if it was going
to rain. Overhead, the night was
dark and starless. He wondered if
Stvve. the guard, was down there
below any place, keeping his all allnight
night allnight vigil.
In their bedroom, Johnny
found the great Dane stretched
out on the* rug. The dogs ears
stood erect for a moment as he
raised his head and watched
Johtyiy Saxon come into the
room. Then, with a loud sigh, the
animal closed his eyes and went
back to sleep again.
Moe lay on one of the twin
beds, naked except for his blue bluestriped
striped bluestriped shorts. A large, wet towel
was wrapped around his head.
On the table between the two
beds a small reading lamp gave
Moe Martins round face a cher cherubic
ubic cherubic appearance.
Like the great Dane, Moe
opened baleful eyes as Johnny
entered the room. His red-rimmed
eyes followed Johnny across the
room,' but he did not move his
head.

Whats wrong with you, pap pappy?
py? pappy?
Moe Martin groaned loudly.
Do you Teel the way I do?
I feel pretty damn splendid,
nappy. Johnny did, too. The
liquors impact had caught up
with him now. He felt very gay.
He was disappointed hat young
Kay had not come downstairs
again. He liked talking to her.
She was a very intelligent girl.
He sat down in a chair near the
bed and grinfted at his partner.
This is certainly a splendid
place to work, he said. They
have very fine liquor.
It was the gin. said Moe.
groaning again. Walker was

enough attention is paid to walk walking
ing walking in this country. t
The English have the right
idea, she remarked. They are
noted for being great walkers. But
in America most people walk as
little as possible. They are always
taking taxis or their own auto automobiles,
mobiles, automobiles, even to go a block or two.
I think people should walk more morefor
for morefor their,own enjoyment of life.,
Capsule review? My* Son John
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are of the highest '!
tunately the entertainment quali- j
ties are not. It i6 a story of a
small-town family whose son be becomes
comes becomes a Communist and spies in
his government post. The dramatic
possibilities of this situation are
overlooked while the family rela relation?
tion? relation? hips are stressed. This pro provides
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making gin slings. Gin doesnt
mix with rum. He sat up veiy
slowly, holding the wet toad
around his head. He went in a
the bathroom, rinsed the tow*
out in cold water, wrapped
around his head again like a ti *.
ban and came back and sat g<. >
tly on the edge of the bed.
He looked at Johnny a>4
frowned thoughtfully. I wont 9
why Nick Walker wanted to j et
me drunk? Do you think he v at
looking ft,r information?"
What information?"
Thats just it. We eertairly
haven't done any work yet. -\j
havent learned anything. I dc it
know what he expected to f wj
out."
Tve been working, announ< 34
Johnny w ith satisfaction. Ive
been finding out all sorts ot
things.
What, for instance? Moe
arranged the towel.
He was drinking in order to
build up enough courage to hi ve
it out with Nancy England.
Have what out with her?"
I told you Ive been working,"
said Johnny. He wished his head
would stop spinning. He clcied
his eyes tightly a moment, ope- ed
them again, and this time A 0*
stopped having two heads. T
guess Nancys always been in
love with him."
Nick Walker?"
Who said anything about Nek
Walker?"
Hut I thought . .
Im talking about Martin
Srpitn. Irenes husband. Yon
know . S-m-i-t-h . remem remember?
ber? remember?
In his interest, Moe forgot his
throbbing head. He stared at
Johnny. You mean. Nancy I<* ed
Martin Smith? Her!* ,T
Johnny nodded. "And N ; ck
Walker has known it Tonight he
worked up courage enough to eli
her off. I guess hes known all
along that Nancys been carry ng
the torch forMartin Smith. Th. t's
whv she hasnt married Walkir.
She doesnt love him.
Moe shook his head. Wor en
sure are funny.
Neurotic women gre wor e*
added Johnny Saxon. And he
drinks because she likes the si 'lf.
Only, shes smart. Shes never
done any drinking in front of
Nick Walker.
fT* be continued)

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DOROTHY RAYMER, Society ITEMS OF INTEREST i EVERYONE PHONE: Citizen Office, 1935

SHOP HOPPING JL
WITH
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If you are a calendar watcher
you will be realizing about now
that tomorrow is April Fools
day, about which quite a bit has
been, and will be written. One of
the best known of quotes,
What fools these mortals be
could have been said on the day
of fools, which should probably
be re-named Humanity day to
include all of us. So dont be
fooled, kiddies, especially about
bargains, and come along with
me, where youll find the very
best!

On my latest visit to the
Oardan and Lawn Supply Cos.,
I was positively charmed by
the Bird songs from the many,
.many birds there. They trilled
" and sang their little, hearts
out Well, Maggie says they're

the singing est birds in seven
.counties, and I believe her be because
cause because do you know, they sang
So loud I couldn't even hear
Mtggfel
Well anyhow, these are
guaranteed singers. Take them
home, and if they don't sing,
you get anew bird or your
money cheerfully refunded.
Give someone (he bird for Eas Easier!
ier! Easier!
#
Theres a little column in one
of our. better known monthly
publications I wouldnt miss for
worlds, called Could You £ay It
Wittier? in which I find some
of the most quotable quotes. One,
by Horace Renegar of Tulane
University just hits the spot this
Monday;
' If you simply have to keep up
with the Joneses, all right; but
if you're going to pass them,
dont do it on a hill. There are
too many of us coming back this
way after our effort to keep up
with our own Joneses. Amen.

V *TfiSu
,Wt wrqta about tha cut* liftla
imparted manicure sals at
. Baachcombar Jawalars. we
* thought they ware nice.
* and didn't blame tha winter
visitors who camp back this
yaar to buy Mora of them, but
sfIS&ETER thought d4y'd get
the response they did. Now.
they are high on the Beach Beach
Beach trunlilfr mailing list as avidanc avidancd
d avidancd by tha following latter,
which we reprint herewith:
"dentlemen:
Will you kindly send to the
undersigned three little mani manicure
cure manicure set. $3.50 *la Air Mad
(different colors If possible)
Their are like miniature purses.
Tm enclosing chock and
adding 32c tax and hop# tha
rosl will taka care of the post-
Very Truly.
MRS. K. A. SCHAUB
2228 Ridge Road
Highland. Indians
p. S. Would appreciate gift
boxes. I received one m a gtf
font* time ego, and snnpiy
love it. Had hoped to got down
to the Keys and visit your
shop, but didn't make it this
time. C. O. S." w w
Our apologies to Mrs. Sehsub,
but we think this is the nicest
compliment that could be paid
the Beachcomber Jewelers,
and agree that the manicure
sets are just as nice as can be,
for gifts to friends, or your yourself.
self. yourself. _

And now, an excerpt Horn a
book written 2000 years ago. An
ageless book, the book of Ec Ecclesiastes,
clesiastes, Ecclesiastes, chapter three, verses
one to eight:
To everything there is a sea season.
son. season. and a time to every purpose
under the heavens; a time to be
born, and a time to die: a time
to plant and a time to pluck up
that which is planted; a time to
kill, and a time to heal: a time
to break down and a time to
build up; a time to weep, and a
time to laugh; a time to mourn
and a time to dance; a time to
cast away stones, and a time to
gather stones together; a time to
embrace, and a time to refrain
from embracing; a time to get,
and a time to lose; a time to
keep and a time to cast away;
a time to rend, and a time to
sew: a time to keep silence, and
a time to apeak; a time to love
and a time to hate; a time of
war, and a time of peace
Wonderful words for the twen twentieth
tieth twentieth century from our fathers.
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Latest news on the Spring
Fashion Show contest over at
Buttons and Bows la to watch
far the date! It isn't quite sat.
and La Vice is contacting all
thft ladies to sea if she can't
Bud a da* that will be jurt

right for everyonel
As if you didn't know, the
fashions shown are to be made
by the customers from mate materials
rials materials bought at Buttons. Pins
and Bows over on Caroline St.
This show will be different
from the one last November in
that the fashions are going to
be Kiddy clothes, and every
proud Mamma is urged to
compete, and bring her own
charming little model. Also,
and here's exciting news, Eas Easter
ter Easter Bonnets for the ladies. You
can make it charming, chic,
screwey, or just as the spirit
moves you, and I understand
there will be some nice prises
for everyone of the types
shown. The part we / particu particularly
larly particularly like is the covered dish
luncheon that is to follow the
show. So watch for the date,
this is something you shouldn't
miss.

Anew taste treat in salads
youd riever think up all by
yourself. Slice paper thin raw
zucchini the long green strip striped
ed striped squash you see, and wonder
how to cook. Marinate two hours
in French dressing. Add to salad
with a green pepper cut into
julienne strips. Dont use the
center part with the seeds.
it
There are quite a few kinds
of shells: explosive, pastry, and
crustacean, to name only a
few. But none like the
ones at Gift House. You see.
these ere lovely reproductions
of shells in ceramic. Besides
they have little hidden knobs
and bumps where knobs and
hump* don't naturally grow,
but which makes the ceramic
shell stand up right and be become
come become a useful flower holder,
dish, or bowl for serving exotic
sauce for your best fish dishes.
And now while we're still on
useful items, lei's mention the
smart rubber lined sippered
bathing bags. They come in
royaL red and natural colors,
plain or stenciled in palm pat patterns.
terns. patterns. They make nice acces accessory
sory accessory bags for tha very small
fry too, and mammas will
thank Gift House.

Good advice to the ladies
printed 50 years ago: In dancing,
a lady places her hand on her
partners shoulder, which in insures
sures insures his not holding her too
tightly. If it does not have the
desired effect, she should stop
dancing at once. Well really!
That is no time for intermis intermissions!
sions! intermissions!

When lomething new
"busts" out on the horison, a
store that's sure to have it is
Ideal Togs.
The latest is the tiny togs
lor fun'n sun'n by McKern.
These people are really versa versatftfc
tftfc versatftfc They've combined a
short'n top set of cotton twill
end knit. Little separates,
midriff style of cotton knit in
patriotic colors atoo. The won*
derful thing abrut -McKern's
era they're made of strong
tyro ply combed delta cotton,
vat dyed for color fastness and
generously cut for sise. Can be s
washed anywhere .... at
home or laundry and will keep
their fresh colors and fitted
neck bands for years to come.
It isn't in Webster, but McKern
means wearability.
* |
Anew dessert treat for now
through summer, or all year
round if you like it: Rinse aj
jelly mold in cold, cold ice:
water. Then mix enough sour ;
cream 4 into cream cheese to al allow
low allow shaping it into the mold. Un Unmold
mold Unmold on a large cake plate and
fill or surround with thawed
froren, or fresh if you can get
em, raspberries and all the juice.
Works with strawberries, peaches
or any of your favorite fruit.
A
Naw facts lor old, on salt in
a Jbr of plastic facials at
Donald's.

Hope you liked shopping with
-us. so well leave you with
thought of tomorrow and an old
Arabian proverb: A fool may be
known by six things; anger
without cause: speech without
profit; change without progress; j
inquiry without object; putting
trust in a stranger; and mistak mistaking
ing mistaking foes for friends.
So don't be fooled; love, Jaxon.
(Advt.)
Keep the cord away from a hot
electric iron, and arrange some de device
vice device that will hold the cord and
keep i< from rabbin;; against the
edge of the boaitl.

Minocn Council
Features Social
And Entertainment
A sock" social and entertain entertainment
ment entertainment will be u.e feature of the
meeting Tuesday night when Mino Minoca
ca Minoca Council Nf. 13 Degree of Poco Pocohantos
hantos Pocohantos meets at 7:30 at the Red Redmens
mens Redmens Hall on Caroline street. Mrs.
Verna Lowe will preside at the pi
ceding business session.
Juvenile Court Judge Eva War Warner
ner Warner Gibson will sing accompanied
by Miss Marguerite Hilton at the
piano.
Piano selections will be played by
little Vivian Goring and C. Marie
Sikes. The famous Bert and Mac
of the radio will also- present num numbers.
bers. numbers. A reading w;l be given by
Mrs. Sudie Richardson.
Mrs. Sarah Spencer and Mrs.
Dora Fernandez will serve re refreshments.
freshments. refreshments.
The committee in charge of the
sock social includes Mrs. Nimia
Sikes. Adeline Muse and Miriam
Arango.

Princess Nina Caracciolo Ail Pupil
Of Ballet Entertain Officetf Wives

Princess Nina Caracciolos entertaining renascence of famous
personalities of the pallet and the dancing oftalented pupi
Joan Bliss, were enjoyed by the officers wive* rou P their noon,
luncheon meeting at Ft. Taylor, March 28.

The U. S. Naval Hospital wives*
were hostesses to over 90 wives
and their guests. Mrs. J. W. Hus Huston,
ton, Huston, chairman of the luncheon
group introduced Princess Nina,
who has enjoyed an outstanding
career in the field of dancing
prior to coming to Key West Jp
teach. < L
Joan Bliss, daughter of Com Commander
mander Commander and Mrs. L. K. Bliss, clad
in a black jersey exercise suit
demonstrated the classical steps
which are the basis of all ballet.
Presenting her close-up, inti intimate
mate intimate impressions of the great
ballet masters and ballerinas,
Princess Nina noted that she is
the author of a book on this sub subject,
ject, subject, which is in the hands of
publishing agents.
Joan Bliss, dressed in a white
tulle ballerina dress with a
wreath of flowers across her
hair presented the Rites of
Spring.
Mrs. Alwyn Smith presided at
a brief business meeting prior to
the program. She announced that
the next lupchqon will be Friday.
April 18. The proposed amend-]

ment to theby-faws of the ccvh
stitution, which will schedule
luncheons for the first Friday qj
each month will be voted uporj
Mrs. Carl Hilton was the wif
ner of the drawing. The def
prize was 'won by Mrs. J. /
Gregory.

$90,700 WARRANTY
(Continued From Page One
subject to a mortgage of sl^oo,
It was recorded. ' I
Another sale of interest idhat
by the Tropical Island colora coloration
tion coloration for $16,500 to the rida
National Bank of Lot 3 I ''the
Island of Key West, comnjncing
at the corner of Front anefouva'
streets and running then! in a
northeasterly direction I along
Front street. Also sold p tne
bank was further landjbn the
northeast side of Duval street.
Majority Board of Di rotors in
the Tropical Island crporation
are William V. Alburyji Leland
B. Ducr. Harry W. Jreil, J.
Lancelot Lester and. (forge W.
Rogers, who signed tW deed.
Mr. and Mrs. Jam* Beaver
sold for $10,500 to Mf and Mrs.
Alfred OBrien lot fpe, block
forty of the Key wst Realty
Company's first subdiision.
Mr. and Mrs. Rbmond C.
Toughey sold for to Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Pricefive lots in
the Key West Realti companys
first subdivisions inKey West.
Mr. and Mrs. Hapld A. Clark
sold for $10,900 to* William R.
Fischer of Marathot, five lots in
Sombrero Subdivisbn, No. 3.

Concert Tmight At First Methodist
(Old Stone) Church

I

THE INDIANA NOVELTY PLAYERS will give a sacred and
' instrumental p ncert at the First Methodist (Old Stone) Church
this evening at 7:30 The instruments used will be the Marimba,
Swiss Bells, Organ Chimes, Aluminum Harp. Musical Glasses
and Sleigh Bells. The public cordially invited to hear W*
unusual program A freewill offering will be taken for the
furthrufteasg tci

Miss Minnie Port 4 Harris To Speak
At Key West Wonjms Club Tomorrow
. Miss Minnie Porter Har/ will be the speaker at the regula:
nonthly meeting of the Key/ est Woman s Club tomorrow at 3:30.
She is at present the State/ha ir an Florida for the Council
of International Clubs of Federation. She is a past presi president
dent president of the Key West Woi^ s Club and has served in many chair chairmanships.
manships. chairmanships. She is also a i/fiber of the Boaid of Managers of the

State Federation

Miss Harris has attend /many
of the General Federal? to : ~
ventions and taken vpS sit v c
trips with members of ir feder federation,
ation, federation, including one to/ aska
She has just return! u n
tour of South Amerf inc lou
ing Bogota, Colump. a: ;
Argentina, Peru, Uri# a >- p o
zuela and the Dutch/ est l dics
A bi-linguist she/ servcc
an interpreter for p sroup of
twenty-six club vA 1 repre representing
senting representing the Genet/ Federation
of Womens Clubp>he will te
the club member/* S ues s of
this wonderful /perience she
had in South AF rica

Five 4taidents
OverAeekend
I The prfe department investiga investigated
ted investigated over the week weekend.
end. weekend. r
Dam£ estimated at $l6O oc occurredfhen
curredfhen occurredfhen two cars crashed at
the cojer cv Duval and Fleming.
WilliaJ S. Robinson, 400 White
streefnd William C. Boyd, 916 Si Simontf.
montf. Simontf. were the drivers. Other
accifts were:
vion J. Windham, Sea Isle
CouT and James Robert Kading,
26-ipAS. coUided on U. S. Num-
I be/1 highway. Damage to their
1 c J was not estimated.
1 motorcycle driven by Charles
AjPick. USS Coolbaugh, overturn-
Jon Roosevelt boulevard. The ve veifle
ifle veifle was not badly damaged.
/Lt. Jack A. Odhbert, Boca Chica
/AS. suffered damage tb his 1950
Plymouth of left rear fender,
lumper, gas tank when he collided
with a motorcycle. No one was in-

jured.
i A car driven by R. Fernandez
crashed into S. Caraballos parked
caV on Truman Avenue. Fernan Fernandezs
dezs Fernandezs brakes are said to have failed
as he was driving down Truman,
and coUided irtto the Fernandez
car.

Coast Guard Plane
Removes Officer
A Coast Guard plane removed
Lieutenant J. C. Van Antwerp
USN. from the U. S. S. Porsk at
Nassau, at 3:35 p.m. yesterday.
Lieutenant Van Antwerp was taken
to the U. S. .Naval Hospital. Key
West, W'ith a, tentative
of perirectaft abscess.
Contacted by Captain Boaz, exe executive
cutive executive officer of the Naval Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, the Coast Guard Air Station in
Miami dispatched a plane tc the
sub-Lieutenant Van Antwerp was
admitted to the hospital at 5:30 p.
m. 1 ;.
His condition is not critical.
Trailer Park To
Build Washroom
RaysidC Trailer Park, 615 Greene
street, has tafeen out a building
permit in the amount of SSOO to
build a wash room on their pre premises.
mises. premises.
Another city permit in the
amount of SIOO was issued to W. H.
Reardon, 609 Francis, for painting
a dwelling.

.Players Croup
M'&ei A t Barn
Tu rsday ISight
I'he regular business meeting of
u:e Key West Players will be held
tomorrow night at the Barn Thea Theatre
tre Theatre at 8 p.m.
Choice of nominees for the elec election
tion election of officers of the group for
the coming year will be posted by
the nominating committee. The
election is set for next month.
Following the business session,
rehearsal of some of the one-act
plays by Tennessee Williams takes
place.

KEY Wfcsrs CLIMATE
(Continued From Page One)
Westers who had predicted he
would run.
Mayor C. B. Harvey issued a
statement Sunday saying:
Since we consider him our
foremost citizen, we deeply re regret
gret regret that President Truman
not seek re-election, but want
him to know that the gates of
the city will always be open to
Turn.
Business, people, tourists, and
Key Westers all seem to think
that the Presidents refusal to
run will not affect Key Wests
booming tourist business.
After all, said George Stinch Stinchfield,
field, Stinchfield, whose shop provided some
of the bright shirts not only for
the White House Press, but by
gift to the President, Key West
is now known throughout the
world, because of the visits of
Mr. Truman. That kind of pub publicity
licity publicity will not be forgotten for a
long time.
The President told this reporter
at his personal press conference]
that he hoped to return to Key*
West next November. This maty
mean that he will come down foi
a vacation following the inten
sive campaigning he will do for
the Democratic Party from the
July nominating convention, on onward.
ward. onward.
The open door in Key West
was promised the President by
all city officials, who expressed
real regret that the man of whom
all Key West has become fond,
will not return to the big White
House in Washington.
The Key West boom is not
solely attributable to the Presi Presiients
ients Presiients eleven visits here. Of
equfll importance were vast ex expansion
pansion expansion of naval activities, and
before that the planning of Key
West as a full-fledged tourist
center by former FERA director
Julius Stone, back in 1934 and
1935.

Before Trumans first visit to
Key West in 1946. seven other
United Su.tes Presidents had
giaced the Island City with their

presence for short or long stays
Franklin D. Roosevelt fished off
the Keys and particularly around
Dry Tortugas.. He motored down
the newly completed Overseas
Highway in 1938 to Key West,
stopped for lunch at the CCC
camp on Summeriand Key.
His immediate -predecessor Her Herbert
bert Herbert Hoover, still visits Key West,
though he docks his yacht at
Craig, on the Keys. An inveterate
fisherman, Hoover has visited Key
West often in the past 24 years.
Calvin Coolidge. 30th president
of the United States also visited the
Island City as did Grover Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland and William Howard Taft.
The first Roosevelt, President Theo Theodore
dore Theodore came to the Island City. It
is not known at this writing wheth whether
er whether it was before or after his fa famous
mous famous charge up San Jugn Hill in
the Spanish American war.
And first of all Presidents to vi visit
sit visit Key West according to local le legend
gend legend was President Ullysses Grant

famed Civil War general.
A general who may be the first
military man since Grant to ait in
the White Hucse, Ike Eisenho Eisenhower,
wer, Eisenhower, also visited Key West shortly
after World War 11. The General,
a leading possibility for the 1952
Republican nomination left oil
paintings here that he did while
recovering from the war.
He also left an autographed pic picture
ture picture which formerly hung in the
YMCA on Whitehead street. We
searched for it today to ascertain
the exact date of his visit here,
buk could not find It.
Whoever occupies the big White
House in Washington will be more
than welcome in Key West, was the
concensus here. The fact that the
Keys' climate and fishing have
drawn eight Presidents, looks well
for flic future of the Isladd City aa
the winter White House of 1952 s
winner. 1
The whistle type of teakettle
is a good choice when the kettle is
used primarily for water
j for coffee or tea. This type of tea tea!
! tea! kettle usujfly come# in two-to four
l ****** :JL. 1' -i

Artist Hari Kidd
Will Exhibit At
West Martello
Hhri Kidd, internationally, known
artist who now lives in Key West,
will present his work in a one-man
exhibition at the West Marteilo
Gallery this week.
Sponsored by the Key West AQ
and Historical Society, the show is
one of a series presented tlus sea seasou.
sou. seasou. There will be a preview ol
Kidds work, Tuesday, April 1, 8 tc
10 p.m.
Critic Benedict Thielen wrote of
Kidds producticvis: "Transcending
realism, these paintings by Hari
Kidd achieve an unforgettable rea reality.
lity. reality. Here are essences instead ol
surfaces. Here in color and form
is that poetry and music which all
of us dimly ieel but which only the
finest Art can someitmes express.
To see these pictures is to throw
open a window. .breathe new air
and look out on a world filled with
new wonder.

Coming Events
MONDAY, MARCH 31-
Special interest cooking group.
10 a.m., at the home of Mrs.
Charles Little, 1223 Flagler
Avenue.
Handicraft special interest group
Officers Wives, at Qtrs. R-l.
Naval Station, 7:30 p.m.
TUESDAY, APRIL 1-
Handicraft special interest group
Officers Wives, Qtrs. R-l
Naval Station, 1:30 p.m.
Meeting, Civil Air Patrol, Ameri
can Legion Home, Stock Island
8 p.m.
Dinner meeting, Kiwanis Club
Loguns Beach Patio restau
rant. 6:45 p.m.
Meeting, Key West Chapter, No.
3, Disables American Vete Veterans,
rans, Veterans, Luz Temple, 8 p.m.
Meeting, Minoca Council No. 13,
Degree of Pocohontas, Red Redmans
mans Redmans Hall, 7:30 p.m.
\ Meeting, Key West Assembly No.
13, Order of Rainbow Girls,
5 Scottish Rite Temple, 7:30 p.m.
- Meeting, Catholic Daughters of
America, Court Mary Star of
the Sea, No. 634, 8 p.m.
Meeting, Key West Chapter No.
.. 283, National Sojourners, First
Presbyterian Church 7 p.m.
Meeting, Coral Shores, PTA at
school cafetorium, 8 p.m.
Meeting,Key West Players, Barn
Theatre, 8 p.m.
t -*- Mr axi a ti
- M PPTligf niffy YrCSt TTrOITIHit S
Club, on Duval st
3:30 p.m.
Meeting, Sea Finigee Cootielte
dub 371, VFW home, 8 p.m.
Meeting, business session. Junior
Womans Club, Womans club,
Duval St., 8 p.m.
Meeting, executive board of Har Harris
ris Harris School P. T. A., school lib library,
rary, library, 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2-
Laches Day Golf Touramcnt, K.
W, Golf Course, 9 a.m.
Meeting, Junior Ch. Commerce,
,clubhouse, 8 p.m.
Key West Duplicate Bridge As Association,
sociation, Association, Coral Room, Over-1
seas hotel, 7:45 p.m.
Meeting, Island i Jy Navy Wives
Club. No. 88, Blflg. 178, N. S.,
10:39 a.m.
fleeting; Key west Outboard
Club Aux., home of Mrs.
Gerfy Grooms 723 Washing Washington
ton Washington street, 8:30 p.m.
Meeting, Stephen R. Mallory
Chapter No. 1562, United
Daughters of Confederacy,

4:30 p.m., plgce to be an announced
nounced announced later;
Coffee, fcubon' Four Officers
Wivesciib, Ft Taylor, 10
am, 1
Thursday April 3-
Art rfassemfor adults, Wes
MaiHtepJlaery, 8-9 p.m.
Meeting, Moiroe County Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital Wofhtns Aux. Sewing
group, atlospital, 2 p.m.
Luncheon, fit ary Club, St. Pauls
Pariah HR, 12:15 p.m.
Meeting, Kdc West Garden Club,
Womans lub. 8 p.m.
Meeting, V.l. W. Post No. 3911.
V. F. W. §ms, 8 p.m.
Meeting, Elp Lodge, Elks club
8 p.m. Sit
FRIDAY. APKL 4
Meeting, Ker West Amateur Ra Radio
dio Radio Club; Rational Guard Ar Arinory
inory Arinory 7:30p.m.
Meeting, Oncers' Club, Fern
Chapter Net 21. Order of East
em Star, sb.m.
Meeting, Kn ;hts of Pythi .s.
Pythian H|U. 728 Fleming
SC, 8 p.m.
Meeting, AhohoUcs Anony Anonymous,
mous, Anonymous, Ffct Presbyter: at
Church, 8 Lm.
SATURDAY, AKIL 5-
Art classes M children. 2 tc 4
p.m.*, patio u West Mart* -to
Gallery. jjoipk Beach.
Two Fir Are
Extinguijied
Firemen yestei# were called
to two fires, the Bet at Sea Sheik
motel, South and William and the
other at the end otmonton street.
At the motel aaeon sign Hadji
caught fire, and the Sunont m
street address the Wagrvr^
property, bunungimber wsm*x-
UnguMmi, 1 t

Monday, March 31, 1952

Thirty-Fourth Weliding Anniversary
Celebrated By Mr. And Mrs Aguilar
Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Aguilar celebrated their 34th wedding an anniversary
niversary anniversary yesterday, Sunday, March 30, and were honored by a
surprise party. Friends assembled at the Aguilar home, 121$ Duval
street to greet the couple and wish them many more years of hap happiness.
piness. happiness. The Aguilmrs received many presents for the occasion.

Cakes and refreshments wereA
served.
Ail long those present were Mr.,
and Mrs. Will Gomez. Mr. and!
Mrs. Henry Ogden, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Placentia, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Arango, Mr. and Mrs. John Anti,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Torres, Mrs. Wil William
liam William Ogden, Mrs.* A. Aguilar,
Mrs. A. Arango. Sr., Mrs. A. Mar Martinez.
tinez. Martinez. Mrs. Rachel Sanchez, Miss
May Fernandez, Sonia Lane,
Lydia Anti, Sonia Placencia. Rose
Placencia, Richard Anti, Tomas
Aguilar.
Mr. and Mrs. Norberg Diaz,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gates, Miss
Sticher, Edward Gates, Jr.. Joe
Perez, Ramon Carrillo, J. DeSotci
and many others.
Mr. Aguilar has been writing a
sports column for The Citizen for
a number of yearsand his Fol Following
lowing Following Through is well knowm
to all r sports fans in the area.
MAID S NIGHT OUI
sy "DOT"
FORT DEFIANCE"
at the Strand Theatre
Two-gun men have shot it out
with other two-gun men before, but
in thijt film, Dane Clark outguns
em an. He can shoot from any an angle,
gle, angle, even a flying mare wrestlers
hold and his targets drop and bite
the dust whether they are cowboys,
ranch owners, Indians or what
have you. Outside of trick shot
specialists in circus exhibits, you
aint seen nothin' like it, podner!
If the action were meant to be a
satire it couldnt have been more
satirized. The trouble is, it is sup supposed
posed supposed to be serious! But after the
first half dozen Dead Eye Dick
duels, the audience howls with
glee. And they are convulsed-with
the dialogue at times. To wit:
Dont make me have to kill you
for something trivial.**
Clark and TraCy Rogers fight at
the click of a trigger with or with without
out without Hazing six-shooters. The movie
opens with a bang, the kind from
a revolver, and continues with a
series of them to a bang-up finish.
Everybody is bullet-happy through
the shootinest Western in history.
- The story is about a bad brother
who doesnt give a hoot for any anything
thing anything except good targets (Well,
maybe his blind brother who is
waiting for him to come back from
tire War Between the States.) He is
being gunned for by the entire
neighborhood because of some ac action
tion action back at a legitimate battle battleground.
ground. battleground. Tennessee Ridge, when he
failed to show up with reinforce reinforcements
ments reinforcements and a lot of the boys, in
fact all of them but one, were wip wiped
ed wiped out. The feud extends to the
blind brother. The neighbors are
all for exterminating every Tallon
md Tallon. friends. Theres also
continual pitched fight with raid raiding
ing raiding Indians. By the time the con confused
fused confused issues are straightened out,
there are enough Indians and as assorted
sorted assorted characters also straighten straightened
ed straightened out, prone, felled by the hail of
lead. They forgot to shoot the pro producer
ducer producer through some oversight.
NOTICE
I will no longer bo responsible
for any debts by anyone other than
myself.
Dated March 31, 1952, Wilbur G.
O 1 a flat ...
WILBUR G. PLACE, JR.

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Variety Program
Helps Swell Fund
For Church School
The W.S.C.S. of Ley Methodist
Church, under the leadership of
Mrs. George Peterson, heNFa so social
cial social on Thursday evening at the
church annex. Those present tho thoroughly
roughly thoroughly enjoyed the fine entertain entertainment
ment entertainment variety numbers and the re refreshments.
freshments. refreshments.
The W.S.C.S. is grateful to the
following who participated: Mr.
Whiteside for two classical piano
selections; Mrs. Lillian Weubbold
and daughter Kay for musical
numbers with Miss Kay as vocal vocalist;
ist; vocalist; Don Williams for impersona impersonations;
tions; impersonations; tap-dancerSsmger, Victor
Larsen, Jr.; reading* by. Mrs. Ka Katie
tie Katie Sweeting; Bert Mac. guitar,
harmonica and songs'; ;jj|rs. Alice
Cuifry, readings; MartipCurry and
Wayne Williams for trumpet duets;
and Mrs- Alice Albury W her ac accordian
cordian accordian playing. v---
* The money raised by this affair
will be turned over to the building
fund of the church at a special
meeting in May when all other
funds raised by the W.SAjufer this
year will alo bc:t&i&9lS> the
church for the building of the new
church school. It is a building much
neededto serve the commtftity and
its children. C
Commission Sheets
Florida Keys Aqueduct Commis Commission
sion Commission and City Commissibn will
meet this afternoon at 4:3$ to dis discuss
cuss discuss the present water problem
that exists in the dty r J
Bldg. Permits \
For March
Total $120,088
Building Importer Ralph Rus Russell
sell Russell today announced that build building
ing building permits In the amount a#
$120,831 were issued by tha city
this month.
A breakdown of tha perarits
follows:
Residences, $72,500.
Apartments, f4,000.
Commercials, SIMH.
Additions, Ropairs, $29,030.
Quick-frozen peas make a tine
addition to a beef stew; add the
peas about five minutes before the
onions, carrots, and potatoes ere
tender. ;
I IS THAT STUDIO
COUCH AN EYE EYESORE?
SORE? EYESORE?
A colorful slip cover
is a transformation,
motion.
Tailored by:
Interiors
, i 904 Fleming

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THE KEY WRIT CITIZEN

Today's'
Stock
Market
NEW YORK (*-rThe stock mar market
ket market showed a tendency to move
jtaeatHpday bat it was not a clear
/ffi and decisive movement.
HSw first reaction to Mobiliza-
Jgp Director Wilsons resignation
35d President Trumans shall not
statement was one of slipping
-Htet the market began gaining
rURNMi shortly after the weak open open4ng.
4ng. open4ng. At the halfway mark the tone
.the market was a mixture of
gains and losses with the emphasis
no the upside. And some of the
better gainers were backing away
from their high points.
Rail stocks and a handful of
issues led the way ahead.
Most of the advances were in frac frac'
' frac' {Mps.
8. Steel. Bethlehem, Republic
Tntf Youngstown all were down
fractions as steel industry and un union
ion union negotiators prepared to resume
.thfir talks.
Many observers felt a little less
hopeful of averting a steel strike
before the April 8 deadline in view
of WUaons resignation.
Among the stronger of the issues
was American Cyangmid and Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian Pacific, ahead around two
points at times.
Other advances included Good Goodyear,
year, Goodyear, Montgomery Ward, Douglas,
Boeing. Zenith, Consolidated Na Natural
tural Natural Gas, Allied Chemical, Cities
.Service, Southern Railway, South SouthM
M SouthM Pacific, Standard Oil, (NJ)
and Johns-Manville.
a The declines included Philco. An Ani
i Ani Mend a, Dome Mhies,. American
Can, Philip Morris, American
Wosine, International Paper, Gulf
K.- ada and American Am

the curb market was pretty
much a scramble of gains and
losses, with a tendency to move
Upward. Oil stocks were predom predominant
inant predominant among the gainers.
the advances included Humble
Or, International Petroleum, Me*
Williams Dredging, Thiokol, Wood
ky Petroleum, Calgary and Ed Edaontc.i,
aontc.i, Edaontc.i, Imperial Oil and Cregie
Petroleum.
Apnag (he declines were Molyb-
I i*f V* 1 *!!* Land, Canadian
MarcmM, and U. B. m P.
. On the bond market prices were
mixed and changes narrow. There
was light activity. U. S. govern governmenti
menti governmenti ware easy. *'.
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SSfir*
D. Peck
Ernest D. Peck, 67, (tied Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon at the residence of
his trotber-in-law, Mr. Lyle Lewin,
2XU Patterson Avenue, after a
hvk|l iUness.
1( ,;pe is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Jennie Peck; one daughter, Mrs.
Mildred M. Hearn, New Jersey;
two sons, Everett R., Detroit,
Mich., and Donald 6. of New Jer Jersey;
sey; Jersey; two brothers, Howard and
Clarence Peck, New Jersey; one
lifter, Mrs. Bertha Borrun, Conn.;
hi! four grandchildren.
, the body has been sent by the
.if&fhsrd Pnnerpl Home to New
Brunswick. N. J., for services'and
burial in the family plot.

John N. Heitzel. 70 died sudden suddenly
ly suddenly Saturday Morning. The remains
were carried to Miami and sent to
Warren. Ohio, by Eastern Airline
Plane for funeral services and bur bur!s)
!s) bur!s) in family plot. *
hope* Funeral tyqpve wn. ip
rhfrgo ff local arrangemeuls.
Heltsel was President or the Melt-
Mi Stool Form and Iron Cos., of
Pfarren.
Survivors are; wife. Mrs. Mat
S. Heltsel; 3 sons, John N. Heitzel
Jr., Carl J. Heltsel, Robert R. Halt
sel; daughter. Mrs. Mary Alice
Tunmtas: S Brothers, J. William
Haltsel. F. O. Heltsel.; 4 sisters,
Mrs. Mary Jemkins, Mrs. Rose
McCullen, Mrs. Mary Thomas,
Mrs. Veronica Flemming.
Stillman Richardson
Stillman Richardson, 70 died
Saturday Morning in the Monroe
General Hospital after a short IJI IJI-
- IJI-
Funeral Sendees will be held to today
day today at 5 p. m in the Chapel of the
Lopes Funeral Home Rev. J. Paul
Touehton of the First M. E. (Stone)
Church will officiate at the ser services.
vices. services.
Burial will be in family plot city
Survivors, mother, Mrs. Annie
E. Richardson. Miami Fla.
Several Nieces and Nephews.
RlehardaMt waa the te-fear of
the late William G. Richardson.
Virtu L WhiNock
Virgil L. Whitlock, Jr.. SU son of
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Elite, lfil-J
Potociana Place, died Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon as the result of a drowning
accident.
The body was sent by the Prit Pritchaed
chaed Pritchaed funeral Home to Chariest*,
f C :; anrvieos and burial in the
pint
Delicious luncheon salad; al alternate
ternate alternate slices of orange with thin
Slices of mild sweet onion and
mound creamed cottage cheese
in the center. Ring the salad
with water cress and pass French
driwung with it.

Monday/ March 81, 1*52

Brmiley Odham
Delivers Address
At Pfirk Tonight
Brailey Odham, candidate
for Governor of Florida, will
kick off the 1952 campaign
fox the May primary and
alectioos at a mass rally at
BayvieW Park tonight at 8
p.m.
Odham who fties into Kay
West this afternoon, will
Share the platform with
Monroe County candidates
who have accepted the invi*
tation extandad to all of
them to address voters to tonight.
night. tonight.
Odham will receive his
friends at La Concha hotel
whore he is staying this af aftarneon
tarneon aftarneon preceding the rally.
Candidates and supporters
of candidates w|U speak to tonight.
night. tonight.

The
'weatherman
Says
Forecast
Key West and Vicinity: Partly
cloudy to cloudy with not much
change in temperature today
through Tuesday.' Moderate to
fresh easterly winds. T
Florida; Fair today and Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday except mostly l tfloudy in
Tallahassee area' Tuesday with
possibly a few scattered showers
Little change in temperature.
Jackson vale* tbrp the Florida
Straits; Moderate east winds oc occasionally
casionally occasionally fresh over south por portion
tion portion today. Tuesday moderate
east to southeast winds. Clear to
partly cloudy weather.
East Gulf of Mexico: Moderate
east to southeast winds over
north and moderate east winds
over south portion occasionally
fresh over extreme south por portion
tion portion today.* Tuesday moderate
southeast winds. Clear to partly
cloudy weather.

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Truman Decision
Leaves Much To
Be Answered
By JACK RUTLEDGE
WASHINGTON i.-Whn PrfftiM
dent Truman announced Saturday
bight he will not nm again, he
answered the tttkpot question that
has been fired at him almoat daily
for a yoar but in doing so be
raised scores of others.
Only time itself will answer these
new questions but this is what top
officials were saying today:
WiH Truman try to name a suc succesaor?
cesaor? succesaor?
Sen. Russell of Georgia, a Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic presidential candidate, and
Richard J. Nelson, aide to Gov.
Adiai Stevenson of Illinois who is
reported tc be Trumans choice for
the nomination, said No on a
television (CBS) program Sunday.
Sen. Humphrey (P.-Minn.) said
Truman wilt not try to dictate a
successor, but will take a real
interest in the selection. Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey was one of several who.pre who.predicted
dicted who.predicted a wide-open convention in
July.
Sen. O'Mahoney (D.-Wyo.) pre predieted
dieted predieted Truman will interest him himself
self himself to the extent of making sure
that his policies are carried an.
Would Gov. Stevenson, the man
most often mentioned as Truman's
choice to succeed him, accept?
Stevenson himself hedged on
NBCs Meet the Press television
program. He stftl insisted he was
running for governor of IViaote.
but weuid not say he would refuse
the Democratic presidential nom nomination.
ination. nomination.
Ben. Humphrey said he believed.
Stevenson would not seek the nom nomination.
ination. nomination. but certainly would not
turn it down if it were offered
Mm.
Will Trumans decision help or
hurt RapuhHeas prv.;peets of vic victory
tory victory in November?
Harold E. Stassen. a candidate
for the GOP nomination, said the
Democrats would te more difficult
to beat without Truman as their
candidate.
Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, an another
other another GOP nomil candidate, said

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SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Juan Lopez, Vice President; Julio Cabanash President; Rudolph Boza, Secretary,; Standing, left to right: Directors, Bvelio
Cabot, Frank Hernandez, Jose del Valle, Arturo Puig, Jose Cartaya, fyik Varela. Treasurer, Charles Perez, and Gerardo Hernandez. Directors, not pres present.
ent. present. Jose Villar, Recording Secretary; Directors Manuel P. Davila, SerY Hernandez, Mario Mato, Jose. Diaz, R. Ibarmea, Jose P. Fernandez and Frank
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La Salle Tackles LovelleUe-Led
Kansas In Semi-Final Of Ovmpic
Basketball Trials In New York

Reports To
Atlantic City


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Official U. S. Navy Photo

ENSIGN ROBERT SIfERAR.
USN, has recently completed
the four months cotuie m All
Weather Flight at the fjleet All
Weather Training Unit; Naval
Air Station, Key Weiti He will
report to Composite jlquadron
Four, Naval Air Statidh, Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic City, N. J., for dyty involv involving
ing involving flying.
> He was selected frwn the en enlisted
listed enlisted ranks for trailing as an
aviation cadet. In August, 1951,
he was designated a haval avia aviator
tor aviator at Pensacola, Florida.
Ensign Sherar is married to
the former Miss pagla Ann Fu Fugate
gate Fugate of Fruit*, California:

anyone the pemoprgh pick will'be
weaker thap Trunan himself.
He added they Map have tt> turn
back to Truman, ?Rfi>)yiM a Taft earlier had slid he wquld rath rather
er rather run against Ruman than any anyone
one anyone else. Trungn had sdtd the
same of Taft, f
Chairman,GuyG. Gabrielson of
the RemibScanjSational Commit Committee
tee Committee said Trurnl* obviously has
heard the voice if the people.
What wilF Truman's decision
mean in htg owe party?
Democrats gdterally predicted it
would touch oflinew bids for the
party nominatks.
Sen. Monrondp (D.)Okla.) said
these candidate!may deadlock at
the conventtoa in which event
Speaker Sam Rayburn of Texas
may be a po-Me compromise.
Truman's dote ion to quit also
Saced Vice Pwgident Alton Barfc Barfcy
y Barfcy and Suwjpe Court Justice
William O. DWflas in the realm
of possible undulates. Barkley
promised a Atement later this
week. Douglaaid in January he
would rnd run!
What floes Ramans withdrawal
mean to the Ruth
Sutdued chefs came from South Southern
ern Southern pdMiduf at odds with the
President o*dh|p civil rights pre pregram.
gram. pregram. The ddetepmcnl added feel
to the fire dMtsea drive.
Gov. Hermit Talmadge of Gecr Gecrj
j Gecrj gia said It WuW benefit Russells
campaign, Gpr. Jam F. Byrnes
of South Croiina ignored Tru Trumans
mans Trumans ana-tame but gave new
endorsement Russell.
Will Tram** withdrawal hurt
chances afjbe civil rights pro program?
gram? program?
The Naths ] Beard of Americans
for Demec tic Action (ADA)
'seemed war ad it might. It came
Is with a tatement demanding
there be i compromise and
urged the 1 iaocrats to nominate
no one oppad to the program.

By JOE FALLS
NEW YORK UP! LaSalles youth youthful
ful youthful explorers arc confronted with
the Herculean task of stopping
Kansas towering Clyde Loveette
tonight as the Olympic basketball
(rials hit their high soot the
semi-finals at Madiscu Square
Garden.
This tournament is perhaps the
only one in basketball where the
semi-finals are more important
than the finals.
For from the winner of the La-
Salie-Kansas dream same as
well as from the opener, which
pits the AAU Peoria Caterpillars
and Phillips Oilers will come
the players who will represent Un Uncle
cle Uncle Sqm in the Olympics this sum summer
mer summer in Helsinki.
The Olympic squad will be com composed
posed composed of seven players from each
of tonights winners.
The Olympic snale is scheduled
for Tuesday night, but the only
thing at stake will be prestige and
to determine who will te head
edaen of (he U. S. team. So tonight
the boys will be giving $ the old
college or AAU try. ,j/
The LaSalle Kansas tilt pits
the Natitual Invitation winner (La-
Salle) against the NCAA kingpin
(Kansas).
For a short while, it seqiped
that LaSalle would not get a
chance to meet the Lovellette4ed
Kansas. JJ
Phog Allen, the Jayhawker coach,
said early Sun. morning that his
team would not come East unless
there was at least one Midwestern
official cm hand for the game
against LaSalle.
This brought much confusion but
tne Olympic committee withdrew
one Eastern official and replaced
him with Ronald Gibbs, umpire
from Springfield, 111. Gibbs will
work with Referee John Nucatola,
from Bayside, N. Y.
Allen claimed his team would
nc< have a chance to win with
two Eastern officials in Madison
Square Garden.
To this, LaSalle Coach Ken Loef Loeffler
fler Loeffler not an Allen admirer, by
the way, said:
Give me Lovellctie and Allen
can have the officials.

Walcott Signs
To Fight
Ezzard Charles
PHII-ADELPHIA ()-. Heavy Heavyweight
weight Heavyweight ChampicM Jersey Joe Wal Walcott
cott Walcott and'Cbalienger Ezzard Charles
Coday* signed for a 15-round title
bout in Philadelphia's 120.000 seat
Municipal Stadium on June 5.
Pro Joe Lopez
Picks Key West
Golf Team
Alter practice round on
the Sen Jose foil course,
Jacksonville, yesterday, Golf
Profeeeional Joe Leges pack packed
ed packed Gene WUel, George Val Valdes.
des. Valdes. Roe Duke and Jack Car Carbenell
benell Carbenell la represent Key West
in Ike slate amateur golf
tournament.
Practice round scores yes yestoday
today yestoday were: £
Pro Jee Lopes, fit.
Osset Wits. 73.
George Valdes. 0.
Rny Duke. fi7.
Jeck Carbone 1L fiT.
Wttam Plowman. i
Clam Pries fit.
The 6.500-yard course was
said ie be in tip-top shape,
nd the locate am determined
In mains a fifes performance.
Wllasl is th Kev West
golf club champion.
Subscribe to Tbe Citizen

MerrifiMarrics
NEW YOR_Metropc,litan op opera
era opera stars Robf Merrill and Ro v verta
erta verta Peters wei ma rried here Sun Sunday-after
day-after Sunday-after the Worn showed up
half an hour lalt j
Merrill was d<\yed by a Greek j
independence dd parade, ciowd >
and most of the mp guests were j
already at ti e Pal Avenue Syna Synagogue
gogue Synagogue when he aiired.
Merrill pushed Vthrough the
crowd, almost lcsin his top hat.
But, otherwise, everking went off
as planned.
Air Alert \
BALBOA, Panama Wtal Zone,
i/BAn unidentified pbe flying
oyer the Panama Can%aused a
57-ipinute air raid alert khe Cap Capal
al Capal Zone Sunday night. V
There was wj informalb avail availabel
abel availabel from U. $. Army keaLarters
after the all cigar on whfter the
plane bad been .ldentifiedW
spotted first by an anti Ireraft
post on tbe Caribbean siddkf the
zcae aod later flew south, oW

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SCIENCE
NEWS
By ALTON L. BLAKESLEE
WASHINGTON .'PiA brand new
kind of cancer drug, that lode
cancer cells by being u wolf in
sheeps ckvfcin?. is being tested
at Georgetown University Medical
School.
These cancer drugs look like
something the cancer cells needs.
They look like amino acids the
building bricks of proteins. Cancer
cells need these bricks in order to
keep
But the new drugs are intention intentionally
ally intentionally made Just a bit different from
ordinary amino bricks. The cancer
cells often will accent them, and
then discover that these new bricks
re really monkey wrenches in
their life gears.
Ttkt hew research was scribed
vital canal locks at Pedro Miguel
and Miraflores.

Jeff Brodhead Photo

to newsmen, touring cancer cen centers
ters centers Hinder sponsorship of tbe
American Cancer Society, by Drs.
Charles F. Geschiehter and Mur Murray
ray Murray M. Copeland.
The key is altering the chemical
make-up of the amino wolves to
make them look like sheep. The
change is slight. < t
Some are not harmful tq healthy,
living colls. But they are bad for
cancer cells.
About (10 humans have beep giy giycn
cn giycn the new wolf drug in the last
i two years. So far, a few cancer
[ patients have responded favorably.
The drug relieved pain and
brought some shrinkage of fur furspread
spread furspread cancers in patients with
cancers of the stomach, intestines,
genital and urinary tracts. Soma
were improved for several month*.
Another- kind c-f wolf brick
brought temporary improveipaMs
in a few patients with lymphatic
j leukemia, a cancer of tha bk>od,
t ami less aid in chronic myeloid
leukemia.
Another wolf brick hsftiad a iov
people with Hdgkins disease, i
form of cancer, apparently extend extending
ing extending their lives after X-rays &-
longer did any good. , >

Saturday Is
/
Deadline For
Registering
Prr-* < Tl for regiatratiee for
Em May primary and election is
is Saturday, April 5, not Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday as stated in Saturday's pa papar,
par, papar, Supervisor of Registration
Sam B. Pinder said today.
Binder busy registering the
numerous new ve*er- who now
total 255#. Two assistants are
regiftering for tt.a 1952 primary.

New Wheat Will
]lc Good Grower
GAINESVILLE UR A superior,
drought-resistant wheat for use in
cakes and pastries promises to
b a good grower under Florida
conditions, a University of Fltvi Fltvida
da Fltvida Agricultural Experiment Sta Station
tion Station scientist said here.
Dr. D. D. Morey, speaking to
Southern agronomists meeting at
the university, said the wheat is
gullen crossed with gaza. He
said the wheat is still in the ex experimental
perimental experimental stage here and Its
too early yet to tell the eventual
outcome.
The wheat, a soft variety, origi originated
nated originated in Australia. A similar type
glrpw s in South Carolina and parts
of Georgia.
Burglars Take
SSO From Couple
Mf. and Mr*. Anthony A. N N*9.
*9. N*9. I##B Sehtonberg Avenue, re reported
ported reported o robbery of 85# (825 in
foyolry) to police Saturday.
The burglar had gained entry
through their hack screen perch
by pulling the cornor screen
abept 8# inches on each site.
Felice Officer Armando Peres
apate the investigation.
Wit And Wisdom
Wa are all circumstance lighters.
How do you manage to get such
#ted meats?
Well, I select a good honest
butcher, and then stand by him.
Ypu mean you give him all
your business?
*No; I mean I stand by him
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AWFUL LOT OF VliiflNS FI&MLKI ISMieMt [ and

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: : -af
SIO.OO REWARD: Yellow gtoeh
Parakeet lost Sat. Hal short tail.
Call 853-M. Baker, 2*37 Hafris
Ave. ftiarai-st
24Bustneg* OpportuniHoft
- l
WELL established restaurant HiM>
ness for s*M Belli** El* to tick tickness.
ness. tickness. Inquire 60* Truman Aye.
Phone 1641. marfl-tf
2 bBM BMkte fw Sd
RESIDENCE, 1117 Virginia, rettp
forced concrete building. Lifgc
lot, furnished apd .terms. AMy
1106 White St. for informatltih.
~ -j ? .itv- <
TWO bedroom home. GBP block
from Naval Hospital. 80 x 188
Phone 1508-W. tttar29-7tx
$1,500 DOWN, s itinridn#
house, faiieed' y|yd, *UB HtftnA
fhone 1947-XM. mar29-3tx
>T- i i'iiiVik>>i ''.i ..j i jjg >lt
1 EW 2-bedroom dupleg lMth gar garage
age garage and guest apprlmd- Furn Furnished.
ished. Furnished. Terms. Box BH4OS 6/o Citi Citizen.
zen. Citizen. to*|B4t
SPACIOUsT bedroom C 18. Just
completed. Selling at ettn, $16,-
500. Down SS,BW, balance f fl At
S6B monthly. Tel. 1434-M.
.;: r \ m4BMf
FOR SALE 2 lEUfI Wildings NAw
lumber. To be moved; Call l*4B l*4B
- l*4B after 6 otiroh:
TWO moderti houses Q3|JM|hway
and water with boat ttlh and
channels, both sttitabfC f#t resl resldehce
dehce resldehce or fishing Ah cash.
WHte or phone aghme^
LOTS FOR SALE: CtKrfce location
V 4 block from and'Uitf
Marina. Zoned for aits., dMtol, m
residential. Max Heitha 8200 Col
lln Ave.* Miami BeelE, Fla.
m 5 m*r3lTl
ZBMaaiig j ;
Make ~2
ARTMAN *FEM
fetor headquarter* fof Eto fMssf
In Rttotliqp- FMlte If.
QUrlSd
31-OAfdn-Lini SnppPiw
AFRICAN VK)L#TS, Blue Bojr*.
NeW shipment,-of Hotito PlafWi.
Key WeM GanM and LMM Sup
ply Phone lOlj maftlF
STORE. sSuMTHARb s^^
for sAiE jljgy
quick sale. 'WKWwd %3i,-'x If
white atdewaETcaU
webster mm § t totoiZ
eord falwjrAr.l BMI inridri
2 Rtromberg (ptsMl louiitoeitert.
Like mw, bAutiful teiM JFard.
Tel. 34- -Hoosehrid Itmm#
ForSrib ;
a.. .4-
STUDIO COUCH, Hollywood Bed.
Thro# Rbgs, End Tables. Vacu Vacuum
um Vacuum Cleaner and other ntiKMtan ntiKMtaneus
eus ntiKMtaneus Item*. CaU IMB-W.
fcarfMl

24HBNriHold ltttt*
Fotal#
(Continued)
ReNMORE washing machine.'
New. 10-G Porter Place. Frqm 8
to 6. mar§i-3tx
54 INCH Porcelian double tub,
sliding drSihbdartl cabihet sink
for sale. Excellent condition, in inquire
quire inquire at 518 Frahces St.
mar 29 3tx
SINGLE bed box spring and inner
spring mattress, Simmons, S3O.
MM Fleming (fear). Phone 458-W
mar 29-3(
j' ' . '
M. W. Dfeluke electric refrigerator.
Ekreileht' condition. Ptiohe 1862-
W. 204 Rbihdafte Place.
>"**** ntar29 3tx
PiAiiOJgf relepfTept L. Moreno, |
piado tifther. 907 Truman (
Att: PMhl 825-J; mhf26-6t
! 1 :-- :
DURO WATE.7 pdmp. Almost
m ** fft*r2B-3tx
MOYENO Gdhtt kite
wMdMB Rhsn ctib and that thatfVese.Chee
fVese.Chee thatfVese.Chee Phhne 526-R.
W< mif2B-2t
tat
iisNl FURNITURE COMPANY,
Vll6 buck Avehrfe, Pdtiieiana.
Pllolle m. We buy and fBU hew
and used furniture. mar24-tf
IBWante4 ft feuy
*MA)4> LOT Ifttrth Beath peefer peeferred.
red. peeferred. Others lots considered. Box
O. C.-34, c/o Citizen. marls-24tx
WE Ray sl.f| for old batteries'
Die** Tire Service, 928 Trtttnan
Ave. rape 7m\. m|fl-tf
. .ft. ;T. A. :*>!<" ... r *i..
tor 9*l.
t;i
it ptMjKBB rmrti Hpwtotic.
erir equipped. Like new. 2120
MtomMUii Phone 780, Ext. 2T9.
% '-'£% mar2s-6tx
tMNMrei#
?*
wHYyPAY RENtI JBdf ,i*r r
sleeps four, bee electric refrigera
tor ahd bottle gas, for dhly $l5O
ddt*. Bwbff being discharged in
two weeks. MUST SELL! bial 1983
It letove 18 P.M. marsl-st
. nit I, a- m
ALUM O ROOM TrMfer. Cab Cabana*,
ana*, Cabana*, playriMtos, cottage*.
6MEBE, flistest bousing. K*fs
*** Mia Ii 11 pkAHA mi
Ifni liws, Jr none hh.
mr2s4t
& * tor
TRAILER iwftiftgl made to drdet,
frill M *P open aftet 4:l*
rihl 9k dip*, an daf Sai
888 Tirumaa Ave. Mttrll-lf
COtfE SfcE USour priced are to
lowest in Fla. Hew tfid used.
rrn umpiii loagma. r ree or
*3? a *
ni* 3qrwixD**
Pacemahav *M Nashua. Harpe*
*p|fii 4 8i& w 17th Av *'
marlAU
40 Motor Blk ind Ml*
tor Scooter*
wmm acootw, Lte noto,
perfect conditiodFCan be seen at
MIA Petodana PtaMe leaML^^
POWELL I*4l Rotor" Scooter, $lB5. j
Includes leather Mk hag*.
fti2 fatk Ave. Phone ll*-W.
mim-ft

Classified
Advertising
Brings
Rssuits
TELEIpOXf
11

41 Boats and Motors
SACRIFICE, 12 foot, four months
old, plywood skiff, $125 value
at half Price. Phohe 1364-W.
mar3i-3tx
ONE Mercury Outboard Motor. 18
H P. Gob* Mechancial Conditidh,
$l5O. Phone 300. Mr. Bethel..
. mar2B-3t
42
BUxER Pups, A K. C. Registered,
brihdle and fawn, also black
Cocker, 8 mohths Old, $35. 1515 Ist
St. mar29-6tx
43 FfoffayfeTtMfe-Shfubt
NIGHT btooinitig COreUI, averag averaging
ing averaging 1 to 5 ft., assorted prices. 2812
Harris. Phone 1184 J. tnar29-3tx
4$ fransportatio
mu l* Mgvlhg
I 181 AND CITY TRANSFER f
, Phene 411
I. V. Klnsmin
mars-tf
49A Hdr>B MWff |
CALL
estimate. fg|Mjf
Aft frnnni Rntlraa
J*k.
Rim Monday. March 17 Anhday ...
>OTI( K IJVUKH Kit TITIOIJS
. mitlT 18 '(JIVRN that
th undfraiirned, dettlrlhf to ehkae
In hUiitniiw under the flrtltiott*
natht- of "Treasure Isle Olft UW
* Treasure Isle Flumhin* tk Wetd Wetdtha
tha Wetdtha Hhbp," of Isiamorada, Fla., In Intend
tend Intend to reklfiter said flrtitious
"amp with the Clerk of tlte Circuit
Court of Monroe County, FloHrta.
Hated March 13, 195 L
CH.AftLRS H- ROBF.L
HKLKN H. ROBEL

86le Owners.
marX7-i4-31;apr7y1952

'vra^rt-isass'rStie:
FI.OKIttA. IX MIOS.tTK
In re Rstnlb Of
JUAN SILVBjnK).
Vtt+lM? o?%txc PiAAI
Notice is hereby Riven to all jiejr jiejr-Bona
-Bona jiejr-Bona that Juan Slfverlo, Jh, the
undersl|triel Adtflinlstrattor ot the
Katate of Juan Sllverlo, deceased,
has fIIMI With thfe Honorable Ray Raymond
mond Raymond R. Lord. County Judy* of
Monroe County. Florida, hi* final
report as said Administrator and
Ira* anm made and fltea with said
imc?asa sd. " rr
Itated this reth Say of February,
A* Admtowrretof
'>
the CtTllty Board 6f the Cttr of
Key \Vfc*t, Florida at the office#
Hf said Bogrd, cotter Of Bat Oh ahd
Simonton attests. Iff f VTeit. Flor Florbids
bids Florbids will he hnhtici? oteted and
retd, tor fUrtdahlnt,the follow|n|
material required for* eomWt-itctlofi
|f an eleciflc transmission line to
Jftjmj; Siaatitr. 4a Thousand
Feet; tft script lon. Nn. if* XUS ft
XK pm,
Shall be'lvafe ACSR CCfif6Hfilfi| to
ID Service Coat JO-M. a* manufac manufacmrAfe-fei
mrAfe-fei manufacmrAfe-fei
shall he applied at tb* factory Of
the supplier of the conductor on
the steel strand pore immediately
prior to the tohrfc-itton of the ca cable.
ble. cable. ....
Conductor for Item 4 shall he
aiac 4 AWO Neoprene Triple* self selfssrs&.d-anL
ssrs&.d-anL selfssrs&.d-anL tras
i^m4sarte(! u K
OF fqusl.
KsreiarwaKVisij-tisii
known ae the (dd Car Barn nr
*' diL£.*ujft "araS
per thousand feet of conductor and
total price for delivery of **
ties Stated ahfcve. The UUIIty Board
reserves the ri|fct to r f Jhe
quantity to be parcSteed at the
stated unit price within the limit*
of 18% above and I' e L O V
title* stated shove Bidder Shall al also
so also State dellvefy time required
l*ellvery shall be not later than
June 3S, ISM.
Authorliatlob to Commence Con Construction
struction Construction and Allotment of tos*
s?C 5 3 w a.At !t fc in K Vi
Serial number StS*-M. aUoUnent oj
aluminum l* for dSuvery second
quarter. IH.
The Utility Board reserves the
rjSt to reject any bide not mado

TO flttlftl
(Continued)
. -* ---- -
in aioQrdanjrk with thta invitation
for Bids aad also reSeives the right
to waive Informalities tt the HUM
to reject all fetas, and tb Bhidver BhidverBy
By BhidverBy C, ft, ftifter tSgd)
Dated March *#. is*.
maf4-i.isi
I V toiMrMrM
J. k* rUnIEiR
(Continttod From Page One)
ers either elected By the people
at large at responsible to the
Board of County Commissioners.
At thfe present time, thfe Com Commissioners
missioners Commissioners erf 'the Overseas Road
and Toll Bridge District are ap appointed
pointed appointed at the DIRECTION bf
the STATE REPRESENTATIVE
and in no Single respect art they
responsible to the Peo People
ple People WHOSE PROPERTY THEY
CONTROL AND WHOSE MC*N 4
EY THEY SPEND. Moreover, I
shall introduce legislation to re require
quire require that the budget of the
District be published fbf
VERY OBVIOUS REASONS- S
3. For a like reason, I shall
introduce legislation to replace
the present Utility Board with
one a majority of- which is ap ap,PQiAt§cl
,PQiAt§cl ap,PQiAt§cl tijy .squi tespaftsihle to
our ELECTED OFFICIALS *
the,City Commission. {I Wonder
if tfie good people of this Cbunty
fully realize that a purely muni municipal
cipal municipal enterprise. The City Elec Electric
tric Electric System, is controlled by The
Utility Board, a, majbrUy of
whose members, in tilrh, are ap appointed
pointed appointed on the sole reCcomrttend reCcomrttendaltoh
altoh reCcomrttendaltoh of the State Representa Representativef
tivef Representativef tHIB IS A MULTI-MlL MULTI-MlLlioN
lioN MULTI-MlLlioN DOLLAR BUSINESS and
to have it operated by a Board
over which the people have nd
direct or indirect etthtrtji is, ill
my jttflgmtent, as FOREIGN to
AMERICANISM AS IS STALIN.
4. TO the further end of de destroying
stroying destroying the ohe-mah control
with which Monroe County is
now saddled, I shall propose that
the present Aqueduct Ctimmia-
Sioh be abolished ahd that thert
be set up in its place a Depart DepartinCht
inCht DepartinCht of Uubllc Worki in tht
County so tpat the people mif
be assured of sufficient water it
a REASONABLE COST and less
air mostly hot throughout
the system.
5. Ree to it that our County
Road System is designed for th
benefit of ALL of the people
and Not To enhance THE
VALUE OF ANYONES PRI PRIVATE
VATE PRIVATE PROPERTY. Ferhaps it
would do bur people good to
driVe over STATE HIGHWAY
938 Opposite Pferkys which,
lii passlhg, Is the best Slttfcle
lateral road ih Mbnroft County
ahd Serves Not A SINGLE
BUSINESS and NOT A SINGIJ

RESIDENCE before it Joins OW
US Nb. 1. and thence to BUGA-
W k MtP CoUttCAL AN£S
OFF or MOlthO* COtJftTV
hUsUItAL. The live* and health
of otir citizens khbtild ho* be
jeophHlizea by makiitg that in institulion
stitulion institulion a means whereby poli political
tical political obligations are incurred ill
favor of political interest aha are,
the people, pay the btHs.
7. BUY Agport if
possible anti CONDEMN it tfi
Necessary, but ih eitiier event
CANCEL THE SOJCA|A£D
LEASE by Which The
Improvement GomftohjLf iikab**
janunsrav,
ofte-man fontrolled POLITICAL
MACHINE dto b totiWetiMt
bf the other flftti, M MMiitf,
b* destroyed anti toHhtiljhriP
Moon* tSJty well **
*HeJs
TDPUS POLITICAL MACfflNt
tifm nwn hi iiuuic.
(Paid Political Ativt.)
WHiOINS
(Continaeti From Page Dm)
day rtttits. livinfoti M.prim
tha bomb frofd W ** iadmttto
item* tint Hand ohmfittlk
WhM. I tito thresh in that fac factory
tory factory I knvw iltoM §Od*n Hi'
aid# out," r
Wiggins then diu a whole se#We
of pictures foe the U. & Army. t
*%iy, my friends, tola ml I
wouldnt la*t- One friM, at
artist, hied the same wofh. tiftti
quit after four days, said wig*
gins With jLtilflibte pride.
Guy Wiggins came to Key west
to launch the Gtoe Air art diw
last February. He auctioned bff
the paintings of Key Weal
artists.
On this first trip to Key west,
he has found the tod and ti
Arm* perfectly beautiful.
flret impression was th* great
variety of trees on the island.
My second impression was toe
great variety <4 noise*, *md toe

to KiMtoti march fi, mi

Stars Of Circus Picture

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LAST SHOWING TODAY of The Greatest Show On Earth,"
at the Monroe Theater, brings Betty Hutton to the screen ip
the foie of a girl on a flying trapeze. Here she is ad admirers,
mirers, admirers, Charles Heston, left, the circus boss, and Cornel.Wilde,
right, star aerialist in the story. The movie is a pre-release
road show ahd Will not be shown again in the area for at least
Six months. The film is a Cecil B. DeMille production by Pare Paremount
mount Paremount and made op location at Sarasota, Fla., with"Â¥tingllhg
Brothers-Barnum and Bailey circus.

Wilsons Sadden Resignation
Dims Hopes Of Averting Steel
Strike; Senate Ends Hearings

By tfi ft LI NO P. GitiN
WASHINGTON (JV-Charles E.
WilsdHs sudden resignation as wb
biliihtion dttectev ih protest at ad administration
ministration administration steel price policies
dimmed rope* today of averting a
nationwide Meet strike April 8.
the todustfy, resuming peace
talk* id New York with the CIO
united Steelworker#, found itself
with ha assure dee of a Mice boost
to tom i fovetfimetit recom
mended 17 'a-renls an Btour wage
UMkafek. 4 *m
The fhture Of wage-price control
itself emutied nveriiight.
Sen. Maybatik (D -B. C.) tfoke
B£f itearirtfS of his Senate Banking
Committee on the extension OP the
Defense Production Act,'which ex expires
pires expires June 80, until the air has
ctapn*"
Tito future of controls,- Maybank
*aMf should not be detiverated in
a. Wave af hysteria and confusion,
charges and countercharges.
dome legislators have urged the
scrapping of controls.
. Maybank praised Wilson, former
president of General Electric Com Company
pany Company and executive vice chairman
of the War Production Board in
World War IL as e great Ameri American.
can. American. The committee, he said/def said/definitely
initely said/definitely will want to know who will
administer controls as Wilsons
successor.
, Truman had no nomination ready.
r designated his assistant, John
Steelman, to direct the Office
Defense Mobilisation (ODMI

temporarily.
. tfto President, in accepting Wil Wilconas
conas Wilconas resignation, declared (He
wage toms recommended by the
Wage Stabilisation Board (WSB)
wrt by no moms unreasonable.
Be aaM he believed steel profits
Wire many times higher" thah
the proposed new wage costs.
Wilsons letter wes dated Friday
h*atjs*a '*
WC FtSIWJnt wiison COUK3 lUII
accept public responsibility for
major stabilization actions which
J can not control.
The Freekleat voiced regret mid
paid tribute to Witten's "vigor,
Cnraltelftrahe A mlfAelluWaratin! (h
cumpcirnrv inv fncciiYcnc*i in
Itoi peat, loth the letters were
pnroacd m friendly and respectful
terms. But they disetoeed fl vast
policy cttoflicL
Originally. Wilson favored neith neither
er neither wage tier price increasein
silence-weking painter. I never
heard so maiw auto* with cut cutout*,
out*, cutout*, so many trucks roaring
through. Anti of course that
sound truck was the chd but
fortunately that ha* bfcen abolish abolished.
ed. abolished. But something should be
tiche gtomt tot hoi** of ctif-out*
fa Ilf 1 toilll 111 Wsits ti m.l ilssi4
flml ROOlfil. TfnS ufCOTuF uCa!6n uCa!6nril
ril uCa!6nril to IK after tt while, tori at
nm Rk dtiricuh to concentrate.
otherwise Wlgglhs flhdb Key
WtoJideM tor painting.
"him to contrasts
MB M RglN color, t saa everything very
mma Imre, f don't aee It
riiti eft.-
Tie Wiggiae leeve today for
Essex. Conn where the painter
has directed his awn art school:
fw 25 years. Ltphe Holden, his
aaatiftflftt til the School firft told
hft ttotiri Key Welt.
*T think well Nrirn to Key!
Westmaybe not next year btitj
the yitif tirtcr I tike to keep!
myself fluid. It's important for
a painter to keep fluid. Some of 1
them get in a rut, never leave
their studio* or their one locale
They repeat themselves over and i
over. I like to get fresh impres impressions.
sions. impressions. I certainly receive them
here. I am well satisfied with
tilf winter's work In Key West**

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

steel. He told associates they wqqld
| have the widest inflstionaryitre inflstionaryitrepercussions.
percussions. inflstionaryitrepercussions.
When the Wage Stability
Hoard this month adopted, the gf to
cents-an-hour recomrainufatiogg, he
protested that it was '*" sevtoas
threat to economie stohility/Mut
he iipally conceded tfca¥ it ptitot
be the basis for negOiiatk.i-be negOiiatk.i-between
tween negOiiatk.i-between the industry and ClOs BSD,-
000 steel unionists. v
Cbtivinced that w settlement
bbuld be reached uhleb* pariivof
the tost were of a steel price reiti nr boost, pis
letter disclosed, Wilson flew to Key
west list weekend aim obtained
But last Friday. WllJqp told the
Preshfcnl, you chahged ywur
mittd. jo
That was the day that triimpn
talked at length with Econamic
Stabilizer Roger L. Putharfi and
Price Director Ellis ArimM. fcpth
known to oppose any ftitte tkmata
beyong the existing eetiidg, for-

mills.
By that time. howev& Wilson
had indicated to the steel com*
panies the government*! willing
ness to adjust prices if necessary.
The figure of a W-atoiT increase
has been mentioned unofficially.
The Big Six steeTprottutwra
promptly invited the ttman into tie
New York negotiatiohs*taday. I
Now the price assurahts hi gene;
Truman is on record as Urtigly
supporting the wage board and
doubting any need tor price Com Compensation.
pensation. Compensation.
Officials Sunday night sliced pes pessimism
simism pessimism of early success in the New
York tails and sorntrlteel corn
panics wUi start boktfng their
%%£&***
Wilson said his own advocacy of
controls was based dd tils a Mur
anees that both wage'and frige
wirt.l n-fn .lag meA eua Seodm4Ma.^tefl
vvmruf fhuuiii w? aumininivc^u
fairly and without regflitl to tfe
special demands of pressure
groups. * l
ln the present steel else I sim simply
ply simply do not beHeve the WSBS tec tecfim
fim tecfim MAtfeliaiinns * 1
iiinmefifiuutMi.f nn( pov||ib pov||ibments
ments pov||ibments suggested plan bf action
meet the foregoing criteria. he
told the President. mm
This violates my sense of oftice
tice oftice and disregards the princip(Bf
equity on which I understood uHr
(whole control program was bimg
, Further, it atHl aitioalnts tjS
serious threat to the stabilftJEn
of .our nation's economy whtcf&
valves every Amerirtnapd h
*l have no desire to pause yop
embarrassment, yet hi ail Haemf Haemfiy
iy Haemfiy I feel that as a practical matt*
1 can not accept pdf lie respoosfttt
ity for malar stabilisation action*
which I can not control. t
I
b Declared 4
TEHRAN. Iran gov government
ernment government has declared martial Ibw
far this capital to prevent recto*
rente of such riots as the. outbreak
Friday hi which five persons wire
killed and more thaft 20finjur*d
The decree, is effect for mm
month, prohibits meetings he meet
than three penmen add sets a dusk duskto-dawti
to-dawti duskto-dawti curfew.
No law can possibly meet the
Itftfur *n >rn n kfc. rlii*- *, ___ A
OTnvCTiiencc w fTfryonf, wc uses x
be satisfied if K be beneficial an
the whole and to the majority.
iw

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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

Bloody Weekend Leaves 14
Dead, 24 Hurt In Automobile
Accidents And Drownings

By Th* Associated Pras*
Automobile accidents killed 14
persons in Florida over the week weekend,
end, weekend, another man drowned while
fishing and the bodies of a man and
woman missing since March 21
were found floating jn a canal. At
least twenty-four were injured.
Worst accident occurred seven
miles northwest of DeLand where
four Negroes died when their auto automobile
mobile automobile was forced off the road and
crashed into a tree.
The Negroes were identified as
Willie Davis, DeLeon Springs;
Eddie Lee Smith, Orange City; Na Nathan
than Nathan Rolte, DeLeon Springs, and
Hattie Birch, DeLand.
State Highway Patrolman Jim
Tapscott said three white men
Roland Smith, 21; Donald Harper,
22, and Charles Monk, 18, were
held in SI,OOO bond each on charges
of culpable negligence aud acces accessories.
sories. accessories. W
Miss Evelyn Whitman, 28, Fort
Lauderdale and James R. Edger Edgerton,
ton, Edgerton, 24, Miami Springs were killed
when their convertible and an oil
truck collided head-on at a curve
near Dania. Ivan Ashley was in injured.
jured. injured.
Mildred Tinker, South Dade
Camp and James Minnis, Perrine,
were killed and three other per persons
sons persons hurt when two automobiles
collided and plunged into a canal
seven miles east of Homestead.
Daniel Ray Marcantel, five
months old, was killed when a
truck crashed into a parked car
near Cross City. The childs
grandmother and three others in
the car were hurt slightly.
Four automobiles were involved

Truman Convinces All But
Diehards He Can t Be Drafted

By ERNEST B. VACCARO
WASHINGTON President
Truman convinced all but the most
stubborn Truman die-hards today
that he is draft-proof and sent
them on a desperate hunt for a
new Democratic standard bearer.
Many seemed inclined to go along
with his own apparent choice of
Gov. Adlal Stevenson of Dtinois Dtinoisif
if Dtinoisif Stevenson willbut three avowed
presidential candidates already in
the field claimed new support and
brightened prospects.
The always unpredictable, though
seldom dramatic Truman outdid
himself Saturday night when, near
the end of a speech 4 against the
Republicans at a SIOO-a-plate Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic rally, he departed from his
prepared text to say:
I shall not be a candidate for
re-election. I have served my coun country
try country long and, I think, efficiently
and honestly.
shall not accept a renomina renomination.
tion. renomination. 1 do not feel that it is my
dyty to spend another four years
in the White House ...
The more than 5,000 diners
packed into the National Guard
armory had applauded frequently
but not too enthusiastically during
his speech. However, when he
came to his dramatic announce announcement
ment announcement there arose cries of No,
No.
Most of the audience, not all of
them pro Truman, appeared
stunned, even shocked.

When newsmen asked if any de development
velopment development could bring him to re reverse
verse reverse his decision, the President
said, None whatever.
By the time he appeared at a
Democratic reception Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the Mayflower Hotel, some
of his friends were still talking
of a draft. More practical poli politicians
ticians politicians were hunting anew band bandwagon.
wagon. bandwagon.
The personal enthusiasm for Tru Truman
man Truman wet led into something big and
emotional and even tear stirring
when he stepped up to address
a, OOO fellow party workers while
the ballroom orchestra played
Hail to the Chief and Im in
Love with a Wonderful Guy.
He had a hard time getting start started,
ed, started, so insistent were the applause
and cheers.
Cries of We want Truman kept
interrupting, but finally he urged
teem to get in there and pitch"
for a November victory. He prom
ised to work as enthusiastically
few* the party ticket as if I were
on it.
Most of the worki a press banner bannerlined
lined bannerlined Truman s decision to step
down, but it had not yet been pub published
lished published in Moscow. It was safe to
**> the Russians will not grieve.
Truman and his foreign policy

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Monday, March 31, 1952

in a collision four miles west of
Mulberry in whjch Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Cherry, Lake Wales, were
killed.
State Highway Patrolman How Howard
ard Howard Jones and Assistant Polk Coun County
ty County Solicitor W. P. Tomasello, who
investigated, said the fourth auto automobile
mobile automobile which set off the chain of
collisions sped past another car on
the right hand side and did not
stop.
Daryl Cherry, his wife and two
small daughters, Mary and Dar Darlene,
lene, Darlene, also of Lake Wales, were
hospitalized. Daryl js son of the
dead couple.
William Rutherford, 35, driver of
a pickup truck, was killed and nine
Greyhound bus passengers suffered
minor injuries when the truck and
bus collided near Jacksonville.
Both vehicles burned.
William Augusta McArthur, 2,
Marianna, died Sunday of injuries
suffered in an automobile accident
near Campbellton on March 10.
J. H. Melton, Tampa post office
employe, drowned in Tampa Bay
and his former wife, Mrs .Edna
Holmes, 28, was rescued when their
fishing boat capsized Saturday.
Meltons body was recovered.
The bodies of Mrs. Horace W.
Thompson, 64, and Isaac Henry
Summerlin, 61, were found floating
in the North New River Canal 18
miles south of South Bay. They
disappeared on March 21 after
leaving Miami enroute to Cairo,
Ga.
Palm Beach County Sheriff John
Kirk said apparently Summerlins
automobile left the highway and
went into the canal.

have been targets almost daily of
Soviet press and radio.
London papers stressed the
shock and confusion they
foresaw among Democrats. In Mi Milan,
lan, Milan, Italy, the Communist LTJnita
headlined: Truman withdraws to
open way for generals. Japanese
papers played the news big, but
treated it editorially as a trial
balloon. Mexican papers put it
high on page. one.
Former British Prime Minister
Clement Attlee declined comment,
but other European officials were
less reticent. Maurice Schuman,
French foreign affairs expert, ap applauded
plauded applauded Trumans wisdom, for
knowing when to quit. West Ger German
man German circles worried about future
U. S. foreign policy. Danish For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister Oie Bjoern Kraft ex expressed
pressed expressed hope it would be the same
as that laid down by Truman.
The President, meanwhile, kept
silent on his choice of a successor.
Gov. Stevenson seemed more re receptive
ceptive receptive tqward tee nomination than
formerly.
As other political leaders began
trotting out favorite sons and
dark horses, there were few who
thought the President would not
take an active part in selection
of anew standard hearer. He told
the reception:
I am just as sure as that I am
standing here that the Democratic
convention in July will nominate
a winher.
I will be in there just the same
as if I were the nominee because
I am that kind of a Democrat.
Im not a fair day Democrat.
Stevenson was asked directly on
NBCs Meet the Press television
program: Will you say that you
will not accept the Democratic
nomination?
I will not say that, Stevenson
replied.
One immediate effect of Tru Trumans
mans Trumans action was to spur the cam campaigning
paigning campaigning of Sen. Estes Kefauver of
Tennessee, the crime investigator
who gave the President a stunning
defeat in the New Hampshire pri primary,
mary, primary, and the hopes of Sen. Rich Richard
ard Richard Russell of Geogria, candidate
of the anti Truman forces in tho
South.
At the same time, pro Truman
Sen. Robert Kerr of Oklahoma,
campaigning for delegates for
transfer to Truman, openly became
a candidate m his own right.

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TAKING A NIBBLE OF THEIR CAKE in preparation for their
84th birthday party in Marlboro, Mass., are identical triplets,
the former Faith, Hope and Charity Coughlin (left to right). As
school girls in North Brookfield, Mass., their mother had to
dress them differently so teachers could teli them apart. All
widows, the married names of the spry ladies are (left to right):
Mrs. Faith MacDonald, Mrs. Hope Daniels and Mrs. Charity
Murphy.

Power Failure

Caused Crash

JACKSONVILLE <*> The Navy
Thursday said complete failure
of the aircrafts power plant
caused a Corsairs, crash-landing
in which two women were killed
on the seventh fairway of the
Timuquana Golf Course here
March 19.

The women were Mrs. Brady
Johnson, about 50, wife of the vice
president-general manager of the
Dinsmore Dairy Cos., and Mrs. Wil William
liam William Dempsey, about 35, wife of
the vice president of the Graze-
Dempsey construction firm.
The pilot, Ens. Charles L. Green Greenwood,
wood, Greenwood, Bloomfield, N. J., was only
slightly injured when the plane hit
the fairway, skidded several hun hundred
dred hundred feet, and crashed into a
clump of pines. He got out before
the engine burst into flames. He
said he never saw the two
women who were literally torn
apart when the plane struck them.

Bank Robbed
PHILADELPHIA to George
W. Stevens, vice president of the
Crescent Ink .and Color Cos., was
talking on the' telephone here
to a friend, J. W. Reid, in Scran Scranton,
ton, Scranton, Pa., about 100 miles away.
Stevens was jibing Reid about
crime conditions in the latters
city, mentioning a recent bank em embezzlement.
bezzlement. embezzlement.

Suddenly Reid heard a .voice at
Stevens end of the line scream,
Call the police! All the girls have
been locked in the vault!

Stevens said nothing for a few
minutes. Then, minutes later, he
told Reid two bandits had locked
10 employes in a vault and es escaped
caped escaped with the companys $7,200
payroll.

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Brother Dies

A week-end visitor in Key-
West from Tampa with her hus husband,
band, husband, here on business, Mrs.
Frank W. Lovering received a
telephone call from her daughter,
Mrs. GCorge S. Harris, West Med Medford,
ford, Medford, Mass., of the death in Port Portland,
land, Portland, Maine, at 6:30 p. m. Sun Sunday
day Sunday of her only brother, ( Albert
J. M. Parry. He passed away fol following
lowing following a heart attack. He had
bjeen ill since just before Thanks Thanksgiving.
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Maine and the Maritime Prov Provinces
inces Provinces of the Lumbermen Mutual
Fire Insurance Company.

He is survived by his widow, a
daughter, Mrs. Dr. Albert L.
Moulton, of Portland, and a son,
Nelson Parry, of New York who
is a superintendent in charge of
bringing gas into New England.
Funeral services are set for
Thursday with burial at Medford,
Mass.
Mrs. Lovering will not go
north. She and her husband left
Key West this morning for
work in Homestead for Florida
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