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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.

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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

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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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Key West Florida, has the
moat equable climate in the
country, with an average
range oi only 14* Fahrenheit

VOL. LXXV Ne. 144

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STATE BOARD Of health
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MOBILE X-RAY UNlTRichard Palmer. X-ray technician, stands bssids the mobile unit in
which tree chest X-rays are being given here the remainder oi this week. Today the unit is sta stationed
tioned stationed at Emma and Petronia Streets from 1 pan. to 4 pan. and from 5 pan. to t pan. Tomorrow
and Saturday it will be in front of the Kress store from 11 aon. to 2 pan. and from 4 pan. to 7
pan.Citizen Staff Photo, Sybil.

Take Advantage Of Free Chest X-rays

Tuberculosis Is A Leading
Killer In State Of Florida

Tuberculosis kills more persons
In Florida than all other infectious
diseases combined. It leads all di diseases
seases diseases as a cause of death in the
age group from 15 to 34. In Mon Monroe
roe Monroe County last year, three deaths
were reported.
It is true the tuberculosis death
rate is decreasing. But it also is
true more progress Has been made
in recent years in saving TB pa patients
tients patients from death than in prevent preventing
ing preventing people from getting the disease.
During 1952 in Monroe County
mobile X-ray units of the State
Board of Health took approximate approximately
ly approximately 4,000 chest X-rays in an attempt
to find hidden tuberculosis. If
every case of tuberculosis could
be found and adequately treated,
the disease could be wiped out.
Cooperation Needed
X-ray technicians, doctors and
health workers are doing their part
in making possible these X-rays.
Every citizen can cooperate in the
program by seeing to it that he
has a periodic checkup.
Tuberculosis can be cured if it
can be found in the early stages.
Chest X-rays can find the disease.
Those who do not have X-rays are
endangering themselves and others.

Verdict On
Mrs. Lebron
Set For Today
Male Associates
In House Shooting
Are Judged Guilty
By LEWIS GULICK
WASHINGTON Mrs. Lolita
Lebron waited alone as the sole
subject of jury deliberations today
on the fanatical shooting in the
House of Representatives March 1.
A federal jury of seven men and
five women, behind closed doors
for 9Vfr hours, emerged late last
night with verdicts of guilty on
all 10 counts of assault lodged
against her three male associates:
Radael Cancel Miranda, 25, An Andres
dres Andres Figueroa Cordero, 29, and Ir Irving
ving Irving Flores Rodriguez, 28.
The 34-year*old Mrs. Lebron, al already
ready already convicted -along with the
(Continued on Page M ina)

French Report
39 Rebels Killed
In Small Clashes
HANOI, Indochina (<* The
French high command today re*
ported at least 39 Vietminh rebels
killed and 30 captured in a flareup
of small clashes across the Red
River delta.
The high command said the ac actions
tions actions yesterday occurred mostly to
the northeast and south of Hanoi.
One action, however, was re reported
ported reported from Viet Nams far north northeastern
eastern northeastern coast, only a few miles
from the Red China border. In a
hit-and-run attack on rebel bases
northeast of Tien Yen, French Un Union
ion Union commandos killed 16 Vietminh
and took 10 prisoners.
French warplanes continued
bombing and strafing of guerrilla
(Continued us Page Nine)

&e ICr West
Tuberculosis is caused by a
germ. It can not be inherited but
it can be given to anyone by such
means as coughing, sneezing, or
using dishes and other articles
handled by the person with TB.
No Disgrace
There is no more disgrace in
having tuberculosis thatn in hav having
ing having measles or a cold. It is only
more dangerous.
It takes less than a minute to get
a chest X-ray and it is not neces necessary
sary necessary to undress to do it For this
short painless task there is a big
profitable rewardbetter health
for the whole community.
If an X-ray shows TB in the
eariy stage, before the person has
begun to feel sick. the. chance of
cure is excellent providing treat treatment
ment treatment in a TB hospital is started
at once and continued until the
patient is well. Early tuberculosis
often has no visible symptoms but
an X-ray will discover it.
The Florida State Board of Heal Health
th Health Mobile X-ray Unit will be in
front of Kress store during the
hours of 11 a. m. 2 p. m. and
4 p. m. 7 p. m. on Friday, June
18, and Saturday, June 19. Be sure
you have your chest X-rayed.

KEY WESTS
TRAFFIC BOX SCORE
To
June Date
Accidents go 246
Traffic Injuries S 46
Traffic Deaths | q
Property Damage $6,330 $64,18*
Truman and Thomas Streets
was the scene yesterday of a
particularly needless accident
- which resulted in S2OO damage.
It was caused when a motorist
disregarded a stop sign.
Ever stop to think that it is
downright discourteous to en endanger
danger endanger the lives of pedestrians
and other motorists by such
conduct?
Emily Post, probably the
best-known authority on eti etiquette,
quette, etiquette, has this to say mi the
subject:
A gentleman will no more
cheat a red light or a stop
sign than he would cheat in a
game of cards. A courteous
lady will not scold others rau raucously
cously raucously with her automobile
horn any more than she would
act like a fishwife at a party.
Courtesy in an automobile is
always ones best assurance of
safety.

Man Suffers Near
Loss Of His Ear
Injuries listed as the near-loss of
an ear and a severe head gash
were inflicted on Wilbur W. Haile,
no address, yesterday when he be became
came became involved in an argumdit on
Petronia Street Haile claims that
his ear was nearly bitten off dur during
ing during the altercation.
His assailant, identified by po police
lice police as Odes Reynolds, no address
given, is in the city jail facing as assault
sault assault and battery charges.
Patrolman Lionel Soriano said
that he later arrested Reynolds in
Manis Barn, Petronia St, after
Haile had been treated by Dr. Her Herman
man Herman K. Moore for his injuries.

THE SOUTHERNMOST NEWSPAPER IN THE U.S.A.

City To Intervene
To Avert Transfer
Tlw City Commission agreed
lost night to ask tho Navy not
to transfer tho hood of thoir
traffic committoo.
Tho city fathers at tho con conclusion
clusion conclusion of thoir ioint mooting
with tho committoo lost night,
hoard o lottor from Navy man
Jim Kaon, who has acted os
chairman of tho committoo
saying that ho has boon forced
to resign his post since his ship,
the USS Saufley is being trans transferred
ferred transferred to northern waters for
o six-month period.
However, tho commission de decided
cided decided that Kaon was "indispen "indispensable"
sable" "indispensable" and decided to petition
Roar Admiral George C. Town Towner
er Towner to see if ho could not bo
given TAD (temporary addi additional
tional additional duty) on tho Novel Sta Station
tion Station while his ship is gone.
-jaw*- -,V '*9*l^. . I

Diplomats Try
To Avert Peace
Talk Failure
Bidault Takes
Lead On Behalf
Of French Govt
By EDDY GILMORE
GENEVA Of)French Foreign
Minister Georges Bidault plunged
into a series of high level diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic talks today in an effort to
save the Indochina peace talks
from collapse.
Acting on behalf of Joseph Lan Laniers
iers Laniers caretaker government, Bidault
saw the top delegates of both West Western
ern Western and Communist countries. He
planned to fly back to Paris for
this afternoons debate in the Na National
tional National Assembly, when Premier Premierdesignate
designate Premierdesignate Pierre Mendes-France
outlines his policy.
Both British Foreign Secretary
Anthony Eden and U.S. Under
Secretary of State Walter Bedell
Smith were reported considering
leaving Geneva this week-end.
French sources said, however, they
had agreed the Indochina talks
should not be suspended or broken
off completely.
Discussion At Dinner
The British and American lead leaders
ers leaders had dinner with Bidault last
night and discussed this question
at length. They met again today
to try to firm up plans which would
satisfy Bidault and still permit the
(Continued on Page Nine)

Tires Punctured
With Ice Pick
Police are searching today for
vandals who ruined two tires on
an automobile by puncturing them
with an ice pick when it was park parked
ed parked last night on an alley off South Southard
ard Southard St.
John Turner, 621 Eaton St., told
police that he parked his car in
the alley, between Duval and
Whitehead Streets, and went into
an automobile showroom to see a
friend. He returned to find his
right front tire flat.
After making repairs, he then
discovered that the left front tire
was also flat. Investigation reveal revealed
ed revealed that an ice pick, minus the
handle, was imbedded in the tire.
Police theorized in their report
that somebody may have objected
to parking in the alley.

KEY WEST, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1954

Efforts To
Restore Navy
Tours Continue
C. Of C. Directors
Instruct Laubscher
To Renew Action
The cancellation of bus tours
through the U. S. Naval Station
was rapped by the Board of Direc Directors
tors Directors of the Key West Chamber of
Commerce in their regular month monthly
ly monthly meeting yesterday.
In order to secure reinstate reinstatement
ment reinstatement of the service as soon as
possible, the Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce manager, Harold R. Laub Laubscher,
scher, Laubscher, was directed to do all in
his power to bring about the re resumption
sumption resumption of the service.
Feeling ran high among the
eleven of the twelve members of
the Board.
Motion Passod
A motion, which passed unani unanimously,
mously, unanimously, stated that the Key West
Chamber of Commerce deplored
the cancellation of the Navy Yard
tours due to the importance of
such an attraction to this tourist
community.
A long discussion that followed
indicated that Floridas entire
Congressional delegation would be
contacted in an effort to see the
tours put back into service. It was
revealed that the Secretary of the
Navy would be informed of the
public relations value of the tours
to the military service.
That the order was passed down
from Washington to local Navy of officials
ficials officials without proper investiga investigations
tions investigations into all sides of the local
picture by Washington will also be
pointed out.
Tourist Attraction

Chamber of Commerce Presi President
dent President Mrs. Mary Lee Graham stat stated
ed stated that although a tour through
the Navy Yord does not mean a
lot to Key Westers, our being so
close to the Navy, the opportunity
to visit a military installation to
some of our vicitors from the mid middle
dle middle wes} locations far removed
from the ocean,indeed.
She also mentioned that the
highly publicised former Little
White House is now a famous land landmark
mark landmark and the school children who
will be visiting Key West with
their parents this summer should
not be denied the privilege of
visiting this famous site.
It was agreed at the meeting to
institute a telegram barrage to
Washington, protesting the Navy
Departments order.
Wire Congressman
All Key Westers are urged to
write or wire our congressional
representatives and add their pro protest
test protest to those that will soon be on
the way.
Melvin Levitt, president of the
Key West Motor Court Associa Association,
tion, Association, promised that 25 of his mem members
bers members would telegram immediate
protests. A half dozen messages
were on their way yesterday, some
being written by chamber direc directors
tors directors in the chamber office on their
way out of the meeting.
Asa reminder, here follow the
addresses of those to contact:
Honorable George Smathers, Sen Senate
ate Senate Office Building, Washington;
Honorable Spessard Holland, Sen Senate
ate Senate Office Building, Washington;
and Honorable Bill Lantaff, House
of Representatives, Washington,
D. C.

SRD Fires
Audit Division
Chief Clerk
TALLAHASSEE (*v_The State
Road Department has fired R. N.
Wells, auditing division chief clerk
who wrote a letter on highway fi finances
nances finances that state Sen. Leoy Col Collins
lins Collins used against Acting Gov.
Charley Johns in their governor governorship
ship governorship campaign.
His notice of dismissal from the
job he has held for more than 20
years said it was for the best
interest of the department.
Wells said he considered him himself
self himself just a political casualty. I
realize the vindictiveness of it. Im
hoping its just six months without
pay. Collins will take over the
governorship in January.
Wells said he it wasnt so
much the writing f the letter but
the fact that it got in the press
and became a storm center of the
political campaign" which lost him
his job. Huts where the dis displeasure
pleasure displeasure of the administration
came in.
Letter Te MdUthan
The letter was written to Alfred
McKethan, Johns supporter and
former chairman cf the State Road
(Continued on p a g e Nine)

City May Ban Parking On
Duval St. Around Clock

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GIVES FREE X-RAYSRichard Palmer, technician, stands be beside
side beside the X-ray machine in the State Board of Health mobile
X-ray unit that is giving free chest X-rays here. Results of
the X-rays are mailed to the individuals.Citizen Staff Photo,
Sybil.

More Details
Sought In
Sailors Case
Secretary Of Navy
Asked To Act In
Manslaughter Case
A highly placed source said Na Naval
val Naval officials here had been asked
today by the Secretary of the Na Navy
vy Navy for more details on the sailor
who is wanted by the sheriff on
a manslaughter charge.
This source, who asked to be
nameless, said the Secretarys of officehad
ficehad officehad sent a dispatch to Navy
officials here asking that they con confer
fer confer with the sheriffs office and
then realy details to Washington.
Sheriff's Appeal
The sheriffs office yesterday ap appealed
pealed appealed to the Secretary, seeking
the release of Ray Emil Dranke,
20-year-old seaman attached to the
Seaplane Base.
Dranke is charged with man manslaughter
slaughter manslaughter as the result of the death
of a 20-year-old Navy wife in an
auto crash June 3 on Saddle Bunch
Key. The sheriffs department says
Drake was driving the car when
it skidded and overturned.
Agreement Asked
The Navy here says it will re release
lease release Drake to the sheriff if an
agreement is signed which guar guar(Continued
(Continued guar(Continued on Page Nine)

Electrician Is
Fined For Lack
Of City Permit
Master Electrician John W. Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. was fined SSO in .city court
Wednesday when he pleaded guil guilty
ty guilty to doing electrical work with without
out without obtaining a permit.
A warrant was issued against
Taylor Tuesday by City Electrical
Inspector Howard Oikle charging
that he installed temporary service
on a Roosevelt Boulevard Bridge
project without obtaining a per permit.
mit. permit.
When he pleaded guilty before
City Judge Enrique Esquinaldo,
Jr., Taylor said that he did not
intentionally avoid getting a per permit.
mit. permit.
But Judge Esquinaldo pointed
out that it is his duty to see that
the citys electrical code is enforc enforced.
ed. enforced. It is not the purpose of the
code to collect one dollar fees, but
to insure that electrical work is
done properly. he said. The safe safety
ty safety of the city depends on it

Tive Witnesses
Are Heard By
Grand Jury Today
Five more witnesses were
heard today by Monroe
County's busy grand jury in
its probe of the old Overseas
Road and Toll Bridge District.
They were four tollgate
keepers and a night watch watchman.
man. watchman.
James McEwen, special
prosecutor appointed by the
governor, said he hoped to
wind up the investigation
tomorrow. The probe began
April 19 with the impaneling
of the present grand jury.
Today's witnesses were
Percy Pinder, Dumont Ster Sterling,
ling, Sterling, N. L. Baker and Clinton
Moore, all tollgate keepers.
The night watchman was C.
L. Parrett.

Bobo Goes To
Reno Today
NEW YORK (fllBarbara Sears
(Bobo) Rockefeller departed her
Park Avenue apartment today todaypresumably
presumably todaypresumably for Reno and an end
to her Cinderella marriage.
The coal miners daughter who
married into one of Americas
greatest fortunes was silent.
But sources dose to the domest domestic
ic domestic tangle said her lawyers and
those of husband Winthrop Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller reached a financial settle settlement
ment settlement and divorce agreement last
night.
They said she will get mil million
lion million dollars, plus a $500,000 trust
fund. The 37-year-old blonde will
have custody of the couples son,
Winthrop Paul Rockefeller, 5, but
the father will have fixed visita visitation
tion visitation rights.
Final Details
These sources said the couple
had agreed to general financial
terms last January', but that the
final details were worked out last
night as a prelude to her trip to today.
day. today.
In January, Rockefeller offered
her either a $500,000 trust fund or
a fixed $70,000 a year income in
addition to the 5Vi million dollars,
and last night she elected to take
the trust fund.
The marriage, in 1948. was the
second in high social and financial
circles for Bobo, whose father was
a Lithuanian immigrant.
Her first husband was Richard
(Continued on Page Nine)

Commission Shops For Off-Street
Parking Areas To Ease Situation
The city commission approved a recommendation
last night that parking be eliminated on Duval Street 24
hours a day if they can find suitable off-street parking
lots in the downtown area.
That proposal was among 18 recommendations for
easing the citys traffic problems accepted last night. The
commission met jointly with the citys traffic committee
and a group of Duval Street businessmen representing the

Hearings Are
Laid At Door
Of Democrats
\
McCarthy Claims
Demos Promoted
Present Hassle
WASHINGTON (JV-Sen. McCar McCarthy
thy McCarthy asserted today the lengthy
hearings on the Army-McCarthy
row were promoted by the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats and that the Democrats will
suffer and bleed because of it.
It was one of numerous thrusts
with a political tinge which came
into the 36th, and possibly final
day, of the McCarthy-Anpy hear hearings.
ings. hearings.
Sen. Symington (D-Mo) accused
Sen. Mundt (R-SD), presiding at
the hearing, of making "miust
and partisan remarks that would
end. the explosive inquiry on a
sad note.
Symington flung his accusation
after ; Mundt with caustic humor
had raised the question of what
role Clark M. Clifford, once legal
advisor to former President Tru Truman,
man, Truman, may have played at Syming Symingtons
tons Symingtons suggestion in setting off the
Armys charges against the Mc-
Carthy camp.

Partisan Advice
Mundt said it should be recalled
that Clifford and Symington are
fellow Democrats, fellow Missouri Missourians
ans Missourians and that at Symongtons ad advice
vice advice Clifford gave advice to Re Republican
publican Republican Secretary of the Army
Stevens that might normally be
expected to be in a different
vein than a Republican lawyer
might have given.
In reply to Symington, Mundt
said he was attributing no im impropriety
propriety impropriety to Stevens conferring
with Clifford. Stevens had a per perfect
fect perfect right to do this, Mundt said,
adding:
I have no quarrel with the in intriguing
triguing intriguing way in which politics is
played.
Joseph N. Welch, the Armys
special counsel, said that in fair fairness
ness fairness Stevens should be permitted
to submit a statement on this point
if he so desired.
Mundt said he would be very
glad to let him do so. When Sy Symington
mington Symington suggested a motion to that
effect, Mundt said it was unneces unnecessary,
sary, unnecessary, that we can do that on gen general
eral general consent.
Questions To McCarthy
McCarthy was in the witness
chair and, from time to time, got
questions bearing on the main is issue
sue issue of the hearings: The truth or
falsity of the Army charges the
senator and his aides exerted im improper
proper improper pressures for Pvt. G. Dav David
id David Schine and of the McCarthy
(Continued on Page Nine)

Gibb Reports
Safety Council
Meet As Flop
The Key West Safety Council
meeting scheduled for last night in
City Hall was a complete flop,
says Bill Gibb, president of the or organization.
ganization. organization. Evidently, people in
town are not too seriously concern concerned
ed concerned with our mounting accident
rate.
It is planned to call another
meeting June 30, and some loca location
tion location other than City Hall will be
sought for this next get-together.
One favorable outcome of last
nights meeting was the offer by a
Key West businessman to donate a
$25 bond to the originator of an
outstanding Safety slogan. Details
of this contest will be worked out
in the near future and proper pub publicity
licity publicity given at that time.

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Chamber of Commerce.
The Chamber committee
recommended originally that
parking on Duval Street be
prohibited between the
hours of 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.,
but after considerable dis discussion,
cussion, discussion, the group decided
on the 24-hour per day ban.
Delivery trucks, however,
would be allowed to make
deliveries on one side of the
street during business hours.
The parking restrictions
would be enforced from Pe Petronia
tronia Petronia to Greene Street.
The recommendation, however,
will have to be approved in ordin ordinance
ance ordinance form by the city commission
before it will go into the law books.
Other recommendations can bo
acted on immediately by the city
manager.

Proposals Discussed
Last nights .meeting, attended by
Commissioners Delio Cobo. Jack
Delaney and Louis Carbonell, took
the form of a round-table discus discussions
sions discussions with each of the committee!
submitting nearly identical sets of
proposals for the commissions con consideration.
sideration. consideration.
Three pieces of property in the
downtown area suitable for off offstreet
street offstreet parking areas came under
discussion last night. They are: A
lot at the corner of Simonton and
Angela Street owned by realtor
Fred Dion; a lot at 710-714 Duval
Street owned by an estate repre represented
sented represented by City Attorney J. Y. Por Porter;
ter; Porter; the parking lot at the city cityowned
owned cityowned Clyde-Mallory Docks.
Deck In Question
The commission declined, to con consider
sider consider the dock land since they are
currently negotiating for a lease
of the entire Clyde-Mallory pro property
perty property to a company planning to op operate
erate operate a Key West-Cuba auto ferry.
However, they authorized an ap appraisal
praisal appraisal of the Simonton Street pro property
perty property by members of the Key West
Realty Board and at least two in independent
dependent independent appraisers to determine
a fair purchase price. Earlier, a
proposal to lease the property at
an estimated $5,000 per year ren rental
tal rental had been advanced. However,
Commissioner Louis Carbonell ob objected
jected objected to that plan, saying that he
felt it would be better business for
the city to purchase the property
instead of paying rental. The lot
needs considerable work before it
will be suitable for parking pur purposes.
poses. purposes.
Negotiations Slated
The commission also decided to
enter into negotiations for 'he leas leasing
ing leasing of the Duval Street property.
The Chamber of Commerce
group suggested that the city in install
stall install parking meters in the lots.
The commission also placed their
stamp of approval on a proposal
to design, the public areas to as
much as possible preserve the na natural
tural natural beauty of the land area.*
If park areas containing grass,
flowers, tree and benches can be
included in the layout, it is urged
that this be given a great deal of
consideration, the committee said.
Delivery Ben
The commission also went along
with a suggestion that delivery of
merchandise to retail stores
by tractor-trucks and large vans
be discouraged.
Action was postponed, pending
further study, on a recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation that parking meters be install installed
ed installed on Simonton and Whitehead
Streets, (between Angela and Car Caroline
oline Caroline Streets); on Caroline, Flem Fleming,
ing, Fleming, Eaton, Southard and Angela
(Continued on Page Nine)

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THK KEY WEST CITIZEN

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Must tell you all the one about
the big brawny man who went to
work in an applesauce factory. His
job was relatively simpleall he
had to do was stand in front of the
chute and as the apples rolled
downseparate the ripe ones from
the others.
After a month or so had passed,
the foreman noticed that the man
had lost weight and looked quite
ill. So much in fact, that he was
quite concerned. Approaching the
new worker, he inquired after his
healthhis familyhis finances.
When the man assured him that
everythingbut everything was all
right, the foreman was truly puz puzzled.
zled. puzzled.
And so, because his curiousity
was greathe finally said, But
Tom, just a month ago you came
to work here and were so healthy
and strong lookingan man youre wasting away.
Finally after a short silence,
Tom shuffled his feet and reluct reluctantly
antly reluctantly raised his head and said saidAll
All saidAll I do is stand here ail day dayselecting
selecting dayselecting the ripe apples from the
unripe onesand these decisions
are killing me!
All of which is a round-about
way of saying if you read BB,
youJl never have trouble deciding
where to shop shop*
* shop* S Hi S
No, Herman's at Sl2 Duval
Street is net going out of the
woman's apparel business. Hew*
ever, there are many changes be*
ing made and a beautiful shop
for you will soon emerge.
Because of the renovations
now in progress, Herman's will
be closed for three weeks. If you
have something to pick up on
the lay*away plan, please do so
at their Budget Shop which will
be open.
Henman would like to apele*
gi fer any inconvenience caus*
and by the extensive remodeling,
but knows how thrilled you'll be
when you see the difference! Al Alto,
to, Alto, hear that there will lets of
new merchandisestunning new
fashions which will purchas purchased
ed purchased on a planned shopping trip.
For youall that's newat Her*
man's in the near future.

S S S3 S E
DIAMOND CUFF LINKS AND
MAGNUMS TO: Those wonderful,
lovely, marvelous people who were
responsible for the brand new
sign, One Way Do Not Enter
in black and whitewhich is found
nowon Simonton Street, going
GUlfward, near Truman! Thank
you!
the Quaterback Club for treat treating
ing treating the Key West Conchs to a steak
dinner at the County Beach Beachs
s Beachs tm m m
Mr. Baldwin ef the Garden
Store at 1101 Simonton, just
cross from the commissary
wonts to toll you oil that CINCH
BUGS aro really hero and to be
sure to watch your lawns for
brown spots or irregular patches,
because by so doing you can save
it from complete destruction by
these pesky critters.
The new improved Remarco
lawn dust"HURRICANE" will
kill them off and your beautiful,
expensive lawn will bo saved I
Don't neglect itand let the
chinch bugs ruin your yard.
= 3 mm s m
STROLLER SET: Had more fun
wa.c. ng the kids eating free lolli lollipops
pops lollipops at Bills Supermarket the
other day. Saw seven month old
Mike Pope whose mother was con concerned
cerned concerned about mosquito bites and
told her of the old remedyCam remedyCampho-Phenique
pho-Phenique remedyCampho-Phenique which is good. Hav Having
ing Having had difficulty with skeeters
chewing on Joan most of her life
was glad to find this stuff. Also,
chatted with little Betty Ann Gla Glazier
zier Glazier who just said goo and look looked
ed looked cute.

BBSS
Miss Faye's grand little shop
at 504 William Straat carries a
wonderful selection of supplies
for needlework. Now is an ex excellent
cellent excellent time to start making
Christmas prasentsyou know,
runners, baby sactyies, center centerpieces
piecesall centerpieces these things you clev clever
er clever gals embroider, crochet or
knit.
Why not start an afghan? If
your hands are idleamble down
to Miss Faye's Art and Needle
Supply Shop et 504 William Williamyou'll
you'll Williamyou'll be glad you didl
3 B BB B B
KEY-notes: One of the cutest
sights in many a yearbeautiful,
blende Patsy Johnson walking up
and down Johnson Street in her
white graduating gownwhite mor mortar
tar mortar board, clutching a pale pink
gladioli corsage in one hand and
her brand new diploma tied with
pink and blue ribbons in the other
She had just graduated from
kindergarten at Harris School!
Jtaow summer is officially here

SOCIETY PERSONALS NEWS OF INTEREST TO WOMEN

Thursday, June 17, 1954

because all the grand cops in
Our Town are. wearing spiffy, gray
short sleeved shirts shirtsthe
the shirtsthe gals whb arrived at work
in their barefeet, holding their
shoescause it sure did rain!
Just figured that the Overseas
Fruit Market, 934 Truman Ave*
nue would have all the ''sum*
mar" fruits and sure enough,
they did I Red, red cherriesripe
plumspeaches all said "Hi,
yes, we're here".
And that reminds me, perhaps
because Frank carries the lusci luscious,
ous, luscious, exotic tropical fruits such as
the large sapodillas, mangoes,
papayas, etc. and am so anxious
to toll you all of themespecial themespecially
ly themespecially newcomers and visitors to Our
Townthat I've completely neg neglected
lected neglected the other fine fruit to be
had here including sweet, tas tasty
ty tasty green seedless grapes, or oranges,
anges, oranges, melons (Ice Cold Water Watermelon-sold
melon-sold Watermelon-sold by the 1/4 or Vs or
whole).
AVACADOES AT FRANK'S!
The season for this delicious
are they vegetables?
will seen be here, but in the
meantime, try these at Overseas
they are from Cuba and with
a little lime or Maggi seasoning
or as many people in Our Town
prefer themplainyou'll find
them mighty good!
Don't forget your Overseas
Fruit Market always has an ex excellent
cellent excellent selection of fruits and
vegetables! Many gourmet items
which might be scarce elsewhere
are fewed hereand that means
artkhjflfas. Watercress, romaine,
My IfSiL&awl tells me that Joe
PhillipWSTffl the hospital in Phila Philadelphia*
delphia* Philadelphia* find out what
was wrftag. Many of you all will
remember themyknow he play played
ed played golf and Doug, his wife, did a
great deal of volunteer work for
Our Town.
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While at the Poray Studio, 404
Southard, started discussing the
art of photography, and while
taking pictures is a hobby with
many of youwhen you wish an
unusually splendid portrait
don't fail to think of Poray I
Learned the importance of
many things such as right equip equipmentStrobe
mentStrobe equipmentStrobe lightsbackground
and all the other details which
must be consideredand Poray
Studio does so with meticulous
carein good picture taking and
when you receive your proofs,
you'll be jubilant over the re resultsat
sultsat resultsat Poray I
Jim Koodle de Flu, pray do
you do?
I heard you married a lady of
charm
Youre wrong, Sir Sid
I married a squid
Who turned out to be a false
alarm.
This is from the talented pen of
Sid McPhid, Swinkie Swankie,
Bobbie Harlington and Jim Koodle
de Fluwho are one and the same
people and my Red Shawl knows,
but wont tellthe real name be behind
hind behind these aliases!
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"Bill's Supermarket" out at
Poincianain the shopping cen center
ter center thereopened just this past
April, and I just don't see how
they gathered together such a
wide assortment of canned goods
and frozen foods and meats I But
that they did, for sure.
Sheila and Bill and "Momma"
Jerry and "Poppa" Louis really
pitched in and now you have a
swell neighborhood grocery. Al Also,
so, Also, you can buy meat here with without
out without worrying about "will it or
won't it be tender"'cause it
sure will. So, buy a chuck roast
from "Chuck" who watches over
his little lambs, and porks and
beefs with great carelBill's
Supermarket at Poinciana is
OPEN EVERY DAY UNTIL 9:00
p.m.i
PAST PARTICLES: *From Ye
Olde New York Sun Man who is
still continuing his sketch, criti-,
crm and burlesquethe Year: i
1899.
The restaurant proper must
have a low ceiling, with greasy,
smoky walls and be lighted by two,
or at the most three, malodorous
kerosens lamps, backed by reflec reflectors
tors reflectors that dont reflect. Sprinkle
around the floor any number of
small tables, no two of the same
size, covered with oil cloth. Place
at each table four or five pine
chairs, and garnish the oil-cloth
with a can of condensed milk and
a bowl containing sugar and flies,
i having a box of limes, a basket of

Dorcas Society To Hold
Rummage And Bake Sale
The Dorcas Socioty of tho
Draco Lutheran Church will
sponsor a rummage and bake
sale on Southard Street be between
tween between Duval and Whitehead on
Friday, June II between tho
hours of 10:00 a. m. and 5:00
p. m.

oranges and a bunch of bananas
and some bad cigars handy.
s== = =
Too bad, our friend of the N.Y.
Sun and the year '99 couldn't
have been here to enjoy tho A
and B Lobster House at 700 Front
Street, but you all canespecial canespecially
ly canespecially guests and visitorsdon't miss
this I
Goorgo and Lil Stone are re responsible
sponsible responsible for tho unusually good
mealsall seafood items and this
weather is perfect for lobster or
shrimp salad. However, the lo location
cation location is a "natural"for scenic
beauty you just can't beat water
sky and shrimp boats!
S 3 aS = 5
My Red Shawl tells me that Ig Iggie
gie Iggie Carbonnell will attend the re regional
gional regional meeting of the Motion Pic Picture
ture Picture Exhibitors of Florida which
will be held on June 17th at the
Biscayne Terrace located in a city
about one hundred and fifty miles
up the roadOverseas, that is.
Know hell return to Our Town
with much information which will
be of great benefit. Also, he is the
Chairman of the Board of Direc Directors.
tors. Directors.
S S 5 S
Tha Gift Housa, which is dia diagonally
gonally diagonally across from tha Post Of*
fica has always baan known for
its unusual and baautiful and
uniqua marchandisa. Now, as
ona customar said, "It is raally
lovely" and it is And you should
go saa it.
Remodeling has made it larg larger
er larger and brighter and additional
display shelves with many, many
new items make it vary simple
for you to find tha "gift for forfather,
father, forfather, mother, friends, family,",
and you'll be surprised at how
inexpensive most of the things
are!
Remember the Gift Heuse for
that perfect "remembrance"
HANGING "HEAD OR APOLO APOLOGIES
GIES APOLOGIES TO: Alice Spicer who was
kind enough to invite mefor not
being able to attend the ZX-11
luncheon yesterday and meet all
the grand girls in the group. Joans
ear held me up at the hospital and
a late day grew more so.
Am real sorry to have missed it
and thanks again, and do hope to
see them all another time.
Do you fool that you might
hava been a bore
Perhaps because of a dress
you wore
But you need not worry about
your hair
For "Donald's Beauty Shop"
is always there!
E S SB S 5
Again, thanks to all of you
swellelegant people for allowing
me to shop and shawl with
you allTomorrowl theenka
winner in the Contest and so, till
then, YOURS TRULY, jeannette
(Advt.)

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Moonlight DANCE
at the
CASA MARINA
Sponsored by
LADIES OF LATIN-AMERICAN CLUB
Saturday# June 19th lO P.M. to 2 A.M.
Music By
LOS MAHBOLEBOS
Adm. $1.50 Members 75c
Palm Beach Suit or Ladies* Outfit
Donated As Door Prise by
UNIVERSAL CLEANERS

ITEMS OF INTEREST TO EVERYONE

Granddaughter
Of Wm, Barkers
To Wed Here Fri.
Miss Peggy Anne Barker and
Wesley Ryals will be married at
the First Baptist Church at seven
oclock in the evening on Friday,
June the eighteenth.
Miss Barker is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Murray Bar Barker.
ker. Barker. She is a native of Key West
but has made her home in other
parts of the South for the past six sixteen
teen sixteen years.
Her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
William Barker, reside at 810 Flo Florida
rida Florida Street.
Mr. Ryals is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Ryals of Newville, Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama.
Both Miss Barker and Mr. Ryals
attended Southeastern Bible Col College
lege College in Birmingham, Alabama dur during
ing during the past two years. Mr. Ryals
will continue his studies at How Howard
ard Howard College in Birmingham next
September.
Prior to entering college, Miss
Barker graduated from Toccoa
Falls High School in 1951. She is
presently employed as steno-book steno-bookkeeper
keeper steno-bookkeeper at the Social Service Cen Center
ter Center of the Salvation Army in Bir Birmingham.
mingham. Birmingham.
All friends of the family are in invited
vited invited to attend the ceremony and
the reception which will be held
immediately afterwards in the
church annex.

Tuxedo Rental
Is Flourishing
STILLWATER, Okla. B-Formal
events scheduled for Ethiopian
Emperor Haile Selassie at Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma A&M tomorrow have caused
a run on the citys two tuxedo tuxedorenting
renting tuxedorenting establishments.
Oklahomans, most of whom nev never
er never get into a tuxedo in their life lifetime,
time, lifetime, are patting on the dog for
the first reigning monarch ever to
visit the state. .Many are going
70 miles to Oklahoma City to rent
formal attire.

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Ley Memorial
MYF Hobby Fair
Set For Fri Night

The MYF group at Ley Memor Memorial
ial Memorial Methodist Church is sponsoring
a Hobby Fair on Friday even evening
ing evening at 7:30 p. m.
The young people of all the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist churches in the city hope to
charter a bus to take them to the
Youth Fellowship camp in Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland this summer. Funds realized
from the "Hobby Fair will be
used towards sending Ley Memor Memorial
ial Memorial delegates to the camp.
Some of the hobbies on display
will be coin collections, doll col collections
lections collections and a handicraft exhibit.* I
A program of entertainment will
be presented by the ballet pupils
of Princess Nina Carracciola and
by members of the Navy Choir.
At the same time, the young peo people
ple people will have a sale of cake, can candy,
dy, candy, plants and handwork.
There is no admission to the
Hobby Fair but a free will of offering
fering offering will be appreciated.
The fair will be held in the an annex
nex annex of the Ley Memorial Church
on Truman Avenue.
THIEF MAKES OFF
WITH REPORT CARDS
SAN FRANCISCO At least
some of the eighth-grade pupils at
Lagunitas Elementary School
probably were pleased today.
A thief decamped with the report
cards, achievement records, and
progress reports of the class,
which is due to graduate this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon.
"It was probably the work of
some troublemaker who wasnt go going
ing going to get any grades, theorized
School Principal Mrs. Isabel C.
Lankenau.
Read Citizen Daily

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ACCESSORIES

Key West Radio
and TV Service
Calls Answered
Promptly
We Do Antenna Installations
TELEVISION SETS
TV ANTENNA and
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826 Duval Street
TELEPHONE 2-8511

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TONIGHT
S Show Times:
SKIRTS AHOY!
7:45 and 11:53
10:11 ONLY
Friday and Saturday

Theyre All Too
Nosy About That
Old Fur Coat
DALLAS (J) My husband said
he was going to air-condition H
for me, the complaining wife told
Justice of the Peace Bill Richburg.
She showed the judge a fur coat,
one arm cut off and several long
slashes in the back. Her husband
used a long, sharp knife, she said.
Where were you when he was
slashing up the coat? asked
the judge.
I was busy getting out of it,
she answered yesterday. I barely
made it.
Where did you get the coat?
asked the judge.
I was afraid you were going
to ask me that, came the an answer.
swer. answer. My husband asked the
same thing ...
Anyway, Richburg put the angry
husband under a peace bond.

Shes Too Strong
KNOXVILLE. Tenn. (JBFour (JBFourteen-year-old
teen-year-old (JBFourteen-year-old Mack Garrett has de decided
cided decided two things: wrestling isnt
what its cracked up to be and
women arent the weaker sex.
Mack and his 11-year-old sister
Anna decided to imitate a pair of
wrestlers theyd been watching on
television. Anna applied an arm armlock
lock armlock and Mack went flying over
her shoulders.
Last night hospital X-rays re revealed
vealed revealed Mack has a broken left
arm.

No Money Down Sale
Now Going On
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Tires Batteries Accessories
DARLOW'S
Pure Oil Station
STOCK ISLAND TEL. 2-3167
Open 7 A.M. 'til 10 P.M.
Automotive Repairs
Wheel Balancing
Front End Alignment

Little Theatre
922 TRUMAN AVENUE
"Air Cool
Showing Thursday .
LADIES' NIGHT
CHIP OFF THE
OLD BLOCK
DONALD O'CONNOR
PEGGY RYAN ANN BLYTH
Showing Friday .
MARK OF ZORRO
Tyrone Power Linda Darnell
Showing Saturday
THE FAT MAN
PRIZE NITE
J. Scott Smart Rock Hudson
Showing Sunday .
ON THE RIVIERA
Another Extra Special Treat
in Technicolor with
DANNY KAYE
Gene Tierney Corinne Calvet

Telephone: Citizen Office, 2*5661

Miss Menton And
Roy Sheehey Wed
In New Jersey
A wedding of interest to Key
Westers was the June 12 ceremony
uniting Miss Julie Ann Menton,
daughter of Mrs. Martin F. Men Menton
ton Menton and the late Mr. Menton, and
Roy Sheehey, formerly of Key
West. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas J. Sheehey.
The ceremony was performed at
St. Cassians Roman Catholic
Church in Upper Montclair, New
Jersey, by the pastor the Rever Reverend
end Reverend William J. Landers. A recep reception
tion reception was held at the Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth Club.
The bride who was escorted by
her brother, William Ryan, of Ver Verona,

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ona, Verona, had as her only attendant her
sister, Mrs. Richard S. Wickenden,
of Marion, Massachusetts. Cole Coleman
man Coleman Sheehey of Bloomfield was
best man for his brother.
Mrs. Sheehey, who served with
the WAVES during World War 11,
was graduated from Wellesley Col College
lege College and attended the Newark
School of Fine and Industrial Arts.
She is a member of the Montclair
Operetta Club.
Her husband, an alumnus of Se Seton
ton Seton Hall University, received a
Master of Arts degree at Teachers
College, Columbia University. Dur During
ing During World War II he served with
the Army Air Force.
Mr. Sheehey was born in Key
West and has many friends and
relatives here.
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SUE JONES, Editor

Thursday, Juno 17, 1954

Buzzards Convention Is Theme
For Players Scavenger Hunt Tuesday
An important part of the Key West Players activities are the
scavenger bunts and parties held every summer.
The first one of the current season will be held on Tuesday,
June 22. The Players always come up with amusing themes for
their social acivities and Tuesdays Buzzards Convention is no
exception.
Members, their friends and visitors interested in Little Theatre
work will meet at the Bam Theatre, in the rear of the Womans
Club, 319 Duval Street, for a picnic supper from 6 to 8 p. m.
Immediately following the subsi-

dance of the burps, the Buz Buzzards
zards Buzzards Convention scavenger hunt
will begin.
The first clue will be In the form
of a charade on the stage by the
rhyming clues committee, Isadore
Bowser, Burret Garnett, Rollene
Pollock and George Henna. This
alone should be worth the nomin nominal
al nominal entrance fee.
As soon as a person or team
correctly guesses the charade,
they will receive the list of hunt hunted
ed hunted articles, all carefully describ described,
ed, described, but cunningly so, in poetic
form poetic license having been
liberally applied they go out,
look for, find and bring back the
article they think is meant by each
club and the person or team bring bringing
ing bringing in most of the correct articles'
wins first prize, or secondmost secondmostsecond
second secondmostsecond prize, and hindmost well,
a prize, any way.
The food committee, under the
capable direction of Kate Monroe
will supply all one wishes to eat,
again for a small charge which
will also include the entrance fee
for the scavenger hunt.
However, it is essential that re reservations
servations reservations for the supper be made
in advance by phoning either Mic Mickey
key Mickey Renna at 2-3323 or Rollene
Pollock at 2-5936. All reservations
made must be paid for whether
they are used or not. Those com coming
ing coming without reservation for the pic picnic
nic picnic will be fed only if there is
enough left over!
Those who have other plans for
supper Tuesday night but who want
to participate in the fun of the
hunt will only have to pay the en entrance
trance entrance fee which goes towards buy buying
ing buying the prizes.
These scavenger hunts are al always
ways always great fun and some very
weird articles are brought in bas based
ed based on even more weird interpeta interpetation
tion interpetation of the clues.
The Players stress that you don t
have to be a member to attend
the supper and the scavenger hunt.
Did someone mention house
guests? And it is very pleasant to
dine al fre&co these warm eve evenings.
nings. evenings.

Key Westers Will
Attend Forum
In Marathon
Key Colony, Marathon Shores,
will be the scene tonight of a Dan Dante
te Dante Fascell Forum dinner to be at attended
tended attended by more than 125 citizens
of the Keys, including state and
county officials, Marathon Attor Attorney
ney Attorney Ralph Cunningham revealed
today.
Solutions through federal legis legislation
lation legislation to many of Monroe Countys
problems will be discussed in open
forum, Cunningham, who is in
charge of arrangements, declared.
Newly elected Representative
from Floridas Fourth Congression Congressional
al Congressional District Dante B. Fascell will
be guest of honor at the dutch dutchtreat
treat dutchtreat dinner-meeting, which will be
attended by State Representative
B. C. Papy, State Senator-Elect
William R. Neblett, Gerald Saund Saunders,
ers, Saunders, chairman of the Monroe Coun County
ty County commission; County Commis Commissioners
sioners Commissioners Joe Allen and Harry Har Harris;
ris; Harris; States Attorney J. Lancelot
Lester and Horace OBryant. Mon Monroe
roe Monroe county superintendent of pub public
lic public instruction.
Traveling from Miami to the
meeting will be Mrs. Fascell; John
Frykman, who managed Fascells
Congressional campaign; George
Korge, campaign treasurer, and
Clyde Taylor, organization chair chairman
man chairman of the Fascell campaign.

Legion And Auxiliary
To Install Officers
Saturday Night
The newly elected officers of
the Arthur Sawyer Pest No. 28
Amoricon Logion and tha Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary will bo installed in joint
ceremonies at the Legion Hbme
on Stock Island, Saturday night
t 8:00 p. m.
A buffet supper will be serv served
ed served following the installation.
All members of the Post and
the Auxiliary, and especially
the wives of Legionnaires are
cordially invited to attend the
installation and the buffet in
honor of the new officers.
EssEsssseseesssSeEsEEEEssSEEEEsEEsEsssEess
The distance from the Earth to
Mars varies from 35 million miles
to 235 million miles.
From 1920 to 1953, per capita
production of steel in the United
States rose from 886 pounds to 1,-
M pounds.

SOCIETY PERSONALS NEWS OF INTEREST TO WOMEN

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

Rainbow Girls To
Attend Assembly
In Sarasota
Thirty members of the local as assembly
sembly assembly of the Rainbow Girls ac accompanied
companied accompanied by five adults, left on
a chartered bus last night to at attend
tend attend tlie state assembly in Saraso Sarasota.
ta. Sarasota.
While in Sarasota, the girls will
present several courtesies, includ including
ing including a skit based on Key West.
The music theme for the skit is
In Old Key West written by Tho Thomas
mas Thomas Whitley, head of the music
department at the high school.
Famous personalities including
former President Harry Truman,
and his FBI man, will be fea featured.
tured. featured.
Miss Edythe Hampton, grand
worthy associate advisor, is in line
for the office of grand worthy ad advisor
visor advisor at the assembly. Miss Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn Nettles will serve as her page.
Local officers in the group are
Miss BiUie Arnold worthy advisor,
Connie Kennedy and Sandra War Warren.
ren. Warren. Miss Sylvia Smith, grand re representatives
presentatives representatives of Mississippi and
Miss Betty Shepard a member of
the grand choir are also in the
local delegation.

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NEW REFRIGERATORS have
many convenient new features,
and even come in colors to
blend with your color scheme.
Your Refrigerator
Should Suit Your
Familys Needs
By VIVIAN BROWN
UP) Newsfeatures Writer
DO YOU KNOW what to look
for in a refrigerator? Many house householders
holders householders confronted with this pro problem
blem problem for the first time find it puz puzzling.
zling. puzzling. There are so many decisions
to make whether certain fea features
tures features are worth extra cost, how
large a refrigerator is necessary
for a particular household, whether
to buy white or colored appliances.
The first decision is size. An 8
cubic foot refrigerator usually is
recommended for a faftiily of three,
a 10 cubic foot refrigerator for a
family of 5 and 11 to 15 cubic feet
for households of about 8 persons.
A frozen food compartment is a
great help to the woman who must
plan food in advance, who has a
husband and children who takes
sandwiches for lunch, and who
wishes to reduce food cost by care careful
ful careful quantity buying.
Homemakers who prefer fresh
vegetables may favor a refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator equipped with a larger veget vegetable
able vegetable container or crisper. These
are containers in which fruits, veg vegetables
etables vegetables and other perishables may
be stored without losing top quali quality.'
ty.' quality.'
Some refrigerator models offer
additional storage space on the in inside
side inside of the door which helps ex expand
pand expand the size of a refrigerator.
Check shelf accessibility. New
models have shelves that roll-out.
Others are of the lazy Susan
type which do away with blind
reaching or accidental spilling of
stored foods.
Automatic defrosting units erase
the task of defrosting requiring the
removal of the contents of the re refrigerator.
frigerator. refrigerator. Often a refrigerator
takes so long to defrost that frozen
foods are spoiled.
If you entertain often you will
not only want a roomy refrigerator
to hold the multitude of dishes you
may make in advance, but youll
probably want a refrigerator that
produces a large number of ice
cubes rapidly. Newer refrigerators
produce a batch of ice cubes in
about 90 minutes. Some continue to
make ice cubes automatically as
they are removed from the tray.
There are many pastel colored
kitchen appliances of porcelain en enamel
amel enamel on the market. There are
cheerful blues, green and yellows

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Brownie Troop 17
Holds Fly Up
Ceremony
A fly-up ceremony and party
marked the end of Brownie Troop
17s activities for the summer.
The fly-up ceremony was held on
June 8 at the home of Mrs. Don Donald
ald Donald Dunton at which members of
Brownie Troop 17 and representa representatives
tives representatives of Intermediate Troop 14 par participated.
ticipated. participated.
The ceremony began with the
pledge of allegiance to the Flag.
The following Brownies, Carol Dun Dunton,
ton, Dunton, Tana Kakol, Sandra Smith and
Janet White, having completed the
Girl Scout Tenderfoot requirements
were called upon to tell what they
had enjoyed most about being
Brownies.
These girls were then presented
with their fly-up wings by the
Brownie Troop Leaders, Mrs. Don Donald
ald Donald Dunton and Mrs. Richard Graf Graffy
fy Graffy and were told that thev were
now ready to cross the bridge to
Intermediate Scouting. After cross crossing
ing crossing a rustic bridge banked by flow flowers
ers flowers and pine boughs, each fly-up
was received by the leader of In Intermediate
termediate Intermediate Troop 14, Mrs. Fred
Enander. The girls then repeated
their Girl Scout Promise and were
presented their Girl Scout pin by
Mrs. Enander and invested as Girl
Scouts.
They were welcomed by repre representatives
sentatives representatives of Troop 14, Sherry Fin Fincher,
cher, Fincher, Judy Beyer and Susan Young.
The ceremony ended with every everyone
one everyone singing Girl Scouts Togeth Together.
er. Together. Refreshments were then serv served.
ed. served.

Twist Of Dial Is
Cure For TV Teeth
r 'f.'Jiitjf u, \ i
MNewsfeatvres Writer
Now the British dentists are con concerned
cerned concerned about the new unpleasant unpleasantness
ness unpleasantness they call television teeth. It
afflicts children of television homes
and is caused, as I understand it,
by the little ones getting so wrap wrapped
ped wrapped up in whatever it is that Bri British
tish British children look at instead of
Hoppy, Roy, Gene and Howdie
Doodie that they clench their teeth
and make them crooked.
I hear American dentists have al already
ready already accused the channels as de despoilers
spoilers despoilers of teeth. Maybe not so
much lately because they are cam campaigning
paigning campaigning busily against lollipops to
divert children from the needle
when they got their anti-polio shots.
I know my dentist, when my
mouth Is stuffed with equipment,
is much more interested in asking
me questions about my sugar con consumption
sumption consumption than my viewing habits.
British television, like British ra radio
dio radio and British films, is probably
different from ours. But if televi television
sion television is injuring anybodys teeth in
this country, Id say it was the
adults. And Id also say the in injury
jury injury wouldnt come from clench clenching
ing clenching teeth in rapt concentration but
from grinding them in sheer, frus frustrated
trated frustrated anguish.
I sometimes think Ill be down
to the gum line after another year
of stoically paying the price for
entertainment by suffering some
types of commericals.
I also suffer serious dental trau trauma
ma trauma from the smooth and smiling
young people who go into ecstasies
when they take a sip of instant
coffee, lick a spoonful of ice cream,
quaff a glass of beer or get behind
the wheel of any new or used car.
My emotions, translated into
frenzied workings on the jaw, are
indescribable when, because of cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances beyond my control, I
must watch what the trade calls
agony shows- in which brave,
suffering and needy human beings
knot their brows and perspire try trying
ing trying to answer such questions as
Who was the first President? for
$1,500.
After weeks of concentrated
viewing of proceedings referred to
generally as the hearings, its a
wonder a tooth is left in the mouth
of any housewife in the nation. Ihe
suspense, the haggling, the flash flashing
ing flashing wit, the repetition, the ham hammering
mering hammering very tough on the teeth.
Actually, the preventive for tele television
vision television teeth is already in our
hands: a turn of the dial to the
left and the picture disappears.
Its funny more of us don't think
of trying it.

Girl Scout Council
Board Meeting Tonight
The beard of directors of the
Florida Keys Girl Scout Coun Council
cil Council will moot at the Wosloy
House, 1100 Varela Street, at
1:00 p.m. tonight.
All members are requested
to attend this important meet meeting.
ing. meeting.

for a purchaser with an eye for
color and design. But white is a
best bet for long range planning.
You can put all your color into
kitchen accessories which may be
changed when you grow tired of
them.
Read Citizen Daily

ITEMS OF INTEREST to everyone

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VACATION BEAUTY TlPCarry a. plastic kit of beauty aids
in tha glove compartment if you're taking an auto trip.

CLUB CALENDAR
EVERY Thursday
12:15Rotary Club, St. Pauls Parish Hall
I:ooThrift Shop, Navy Commissary, open until 4:00 p. m.
6:3oLions Club, at Lions Den, 1007 Seminary St.
7:3OCAP Cadets, Poinciana Community House
7:3oPrinces of Syracuse, Pythian Hall, 728 Fleming St.
THURSDAY, JUNE 17
10:00M. L. Franks Circle of First Baptist Church
12:30VX-1 Officers Wives Club
B:OOVFW Post 3911, Post Home, 325 Elizabeth Street
8:00Girl Scout Council Board meeting
8:00Elks Lodge, Club house, 313 Duval Street
EVERY Friday
10:00Gym Classes for Officers Wives, Bldg. 83, Seaplane Bata
7:3oYouth for Christ, Painciana Baptist Church
FRIDAY, JUNE 18 (
7:3oTriangle Club of Pythian Sister
7:3oKey West Shrine Club
8:00Cayo Hueso Grotto, Redmens Hall
EVERY Sunday
2:OOCAP Cadets, Poinciana Community House
3:3oOrden Caballeros de la Luz, 422 Amelia St.
EVERY MONDAY
10:00Gym Class for Officers wives, Bldg. 83. Seaplane Base
B:ooLogia Marti Nro. 3, Caballeros de Marti, 919 Elizabeth
8:00Alcoholics Anonymous, 515 Duval Street
MONDAY, JUNE 21
3:00 Elizabeth Taylor Circle First Baptist Church annex
7:3oPythian Sisters, Pythian Hall, 728 Fleming Street
7:3OWSCS, Ley Memorial Methodist Church annex
B:ooJuvenile Council, Clinic Bldg., Fleming Street
B:ooFirst Presbyterian Women, general meeting at church
B:ooMethodist Men at Wesley House, 1100 Varela Street
B:ooLions Club Axuiliary, Lions Den, Seminary Street
EVERY TUESDAY
9:ooLadies Day Golf Tournament, Golf Club
. 9:ooThrift Shop, Navy Commissary open- until 12 noon
6:4sKiwanis Club, LaConcha Hotel
7:3oYouth for Christ Bible Study, Fleming St. Methodist Church
7:4sDuplicate bridge club, Ft. Taylor Officers Club
B:ooKnights of Pythias, Pythian Hall, 728 Fleming St.
B:ooStock Car Association, Legion Home, Slock Island
Tuesday, june 22
10:00FRA Ladies Auxiliary, Naval Station Beach patio
3:ooEvery Ready Star Club
7:3oDeMolay, Scottish Rite Temple, 533 Eaton Street
B:OOVFW Ladies Auxiliary, post home, 325 Elizabeth Street
B:ooNavy Wives Club, Bldg. 266, Naval Station
EVERY WEDNESDAY
B:ooJunior Chamber of Commerce, Clubhouse, Flagler Ave.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23
12:30FAWTU Officers Wives Club
7:3oAmateur Radio Club, Armory Bldg., White and Southard
8:00BPO Does, Elks Club Annex, 313 Duval Street
B:ooAmerican Legion, Legion Home, Stock Island
B:ooSacerdotisas Del Hogar No. 1, 919 Elizabeth Street

Shower Given For
Bride-Elect On
Friday Evening
Approximately one hundred
guests attended a miscellaneous
shower honoring bride-elect, Miss
Sarah Bertha Lowe, at the Flem Fleming
ing Fleming Street Methodist Church Annex
on Friday evening, June 11.
Hostesses for the lovely affair
were Mrs. B. S. Lowe, of Miami,
Miss Joyce Johnson, Miss Mary
Ellen Kelly, and Mrs. Sidney G.
Lowe.
The guests were entertained by
Miss Beverly Simmons who pre presented
sented presented several pantomimes, two
vocal solos by Miss Jo Ann Mul Mullins
lins Mullins and piano selections by Mrs.
Claude Salis.
Mrs. Hastings Roberts and Mrs.
Curry Higgs were the winners of
the prizes given.
Miss Lowe and T. Conway Kelly
will be married on June 19 at the
Fleming Street Methodist Church.
Miss Lowe To Wed
On Her Parents 9
Anniversary
Miss Sarah Bertha Lowe and T.
Conway Kelly will be married on
the thirty-sixth wedding anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin H. Lowe, o{ 1009 South Southard
ard Southard Street.
The wedding will take place on
Saturday, the nineteenth of June
at the Fleming Street Methodist
Church at 7:30 o'clock in the eve evening.
ning. evening.
A reception will be held at the
Lowe home immediately after the
ceremony.
The bridegroom elect is the son

Rose Garcia Wins
Early Arrival 99
Prize At NCCS
The NCCS Junior Hostesses who
arrived before 9 oclock at the Sun Sunday
day Sunday night dance, participated in a
drawing for a prize that had been
donated as an award to the early
arrivals. Rose Garcia was the win winner
ner winner of a wallet.
Last Friday, the early arrival
prize winner was Isolina Casano Casanova.
va. Casanova. Another drawing will be held
at the dance on Wednesday eve evening.
ning. evening.
Music for dancing was provided
by the Tune Toppers, with Ida
Gellrich on the trumpet, Gus Avi Avila,
la, Avila, pianist, Jimmie Vaganini, base
violin and Jimmie Gamble, drum drummer.
mer. drummer. The popular vocalist, Phil
Doughty, sang several requested
numbers.
The large attendance of service servicemen
men servicemen were welcomed by NCCS Jun Junior
ior Junior Hostesses and their guests, in including
cluding including Phyllis Kemp, Shirley Tor Torres.
res. Torres. Marie Basler, Rose Garcia,
Isolina Casanova, Vilma LaFe, Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Brost, Mirtha Del Valle, Rose
and Helen Gonzalez, Alva Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, Dolores*Valdez, Shirley Fer Fernandez,
nandez, Fernandez, Denise Glendenning, Otti Ottilee
lee Ottilee Berringer, Cosette Calleja, Mil Mildred
dred Mildred Archer, Joyce Carnes, Marie
and Shirley Spencer, Joyce and Vi Vida
da Vida Thompson, Enieda Roche, Vita
Barroso, Celi and Gloria Benxanil Benxanilla.
la. Benxanilla.
The NCCS Servicemens Club is
a Community Chest Agency.
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly of
613 Francis Street.
No formal invitations have been
issued, but all relatives and friends
of the family are cordially invited
to be present at the ceremony and
the reception.

Make A List Of
Vacation Needs
Before Packing
By VIVIAN BROWN
Of) Newsfeatures Beauty Editor
So youre going on a vacation.
And after much planning, chances
are you may arrive at your chosen
spot minus many things that will
make you comfortable, better
groomed and more content.
The best way to avoid that pos possibility
sibility possibility is to make a list weeks in
advance of your vacation, if pos possible.
sible. possible. Carry it in your handbag or
tack it up in your bedroom and
jot down items whenever you think
of them.
Make a list of categories such
as sports, beach or moun mountains
tains mountains (as the case may be), eve evening
ning evening wear, bedtime, car (if
you plan to motor), beauty.
Take each category on a head headto-toe
to-toe headto-toe basis. For car travel for in instance,
stance, instance, youd want a bandanna or
a brimmed hat, sun glasses, light
but comfortable suit or dress with
jacket.
In the beauty department youll
want a little kit to carry in the
glove compartment for quick
brushups at roadside washstands.
Equip a little plastic bag with a
shacker of talc, soap, wash cloth,
sachet, comb and brush. A light
scent such as lavender in your
toiler-tries shouldnt irritate the
driver, and will give you a plea pleasant
sant pleasant and refreshed lift each time
you make use of them.
Be sure to wrap such grooming
aids as nail polish, nail imple implements,
ments, implements, lipsticks and perfumes in
cotton batting or cleansing Tissues
and stuff them into shoes or slip slippers.
pers. slippers. Such things as sweaters are
easily forgotten if you depart for
your vacation resort on a hot day.
But a warm sweater, and even a
coat, will, come in handy if the
weather turns chilly. Then, too,
dont be afraid youll jinx the wea weather
ther weather by taking along your umbrel umbrella
la umbrella and raincoat. These are handy
items to keep available in the car.
Marie Sikes To Spend
Summer In Miami
Miss Marie Sikes, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sikes,
1015 Windsor Lane, left for Miami
on Tuesday.
She will spend the summer va vacation
cation vacation with her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Spark of Coral
Gables.

Chief E. R. Rickel
Is Congratulated
Ernest R. Rickel, electricians
mate chief, USN, now on the re retired
tired retired list, has received a letter of
congratulations upon completing
30 years of service to his country.
Chief Rickel is a resident of
Millers Trailer Park, Stock Is Island.
land. Island.
The letter was signed by Vice
Admiral J. L. Holloway, Jr., chief
of the Navys Bureau of Naval
Personnel. It was forwarded to the
retired petty officer by Rear Ad Admiral
miral Admiral H. H. McLean, commandant
of the Sixth Na'val District, with
Headquarters in Charleston, S. C.
Rickel completed thirty years of
service, which includes both active
duty and Fleet Reserve time, on
December 3.

Key West Girls To
Visit In Europe
Miss Elsie Faraldo, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Faraldo, 1403
4th Street, and Miss Christina San Sanchez,
chez, Sanchez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Sanchez, 1127 Eaton
Street, left Key West yesterday for
a three-month vacation which will
take them on an extended tour of
Southern Europe.
They will sail from New York
shortly aboard the Italian line. SS
Roma, bound for England. Their
tour will cover Spain, France and
other South European countries.
They will also visit Miss Faraldos
uncle in Ferrol, Spain.

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DONNIE WILLIAMS-is shown
as he appeared on Johnny
Stanley's show "Proud New
Father/ 'His pantomimes were
very popular with Key West
audiences while he was still a
student at Key West High
School. Williams is now sta stationed
tioned stationed at Ft. Myer. Virginia,
with the Army Air Force.

Mrs. Patricia Spindler
Is Hospital Patient
Mrs. Patricia Spindler is a pa patient
tient patient at Monroe General Hospital
where she underwent surgery on
Wednesday, June 16. She is recov recovering
ering recovering satisfactorily.

St. Mary Star Of The Sea Church
TRUMAN AVENUE
ANNUAL
SOLEMN NOVENA
Thursday, June 17th Friday, June 25th
AT 7:30 P.M.
EACH EVENING
IN HONOR OF THE
SACRED HEART
To Be Given By
The Reverend
John J. Dugan, S.J.
ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED!

Donnie Williams
Runner-up In AF
Talent Contest
A/2c Kenneth D. (Donnie) Wil Williams
liams Williams was runner up in the Air
Force world-wide talent contest
held recently at Samson Air Force
Base. New York.
Donnie will be remembered by
Key Westers for his clever record
pantomimes while he was still at attending
tending attending Key West High School.
Since his enlistment in the Air
Force in March, 1953, he has ap appeared
peared appeared in many shows at Air
Force bases.
Now stationed at Ft. Myer, Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, young Williams has been on
numerous television shows in
Washington, D.C.
The possibilities are good that he
will make a world tour of Air
Force bases with anew show
Tops in Blue featuring top Air
Force talent.
Williams won the right to com compete
pete compete in the world finals when he
won the semi-finals at Scott Air
Force Base, Illinois, after advanc advancing
ing advancing from other bases. He was
chosen as the first place winner of
the Eastern half of the world con contest
test contest at Scott AFB.
The young artists parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Williams, live at
809 Ashe Street. He expects to be
home on leave in a few weeks.

Forms For Wedding
Stories Are Available
At The Citizen Office
Forms for weddings stories
are available at the Citizen of office.
fice. office. There is no charge for
these forms. Prospective brides
should call at the office and
get their copy.
All announcements of enga engagements
gements engagements and marriages must
be submitted in writing. The
names and addresses of the
the bride's and bridegroom's
parents should be included ht
the announcement.

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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

The Key West Citizen
Published daily (except Sunday) from Th Citizen Building, corner of
Greene and Ann Streets.
Only Daily Newspaper is Key West and Monroe County
L. P. ARTMAN, Editor and Polisher 1921.1954
NORMAN D. ARTMAN .... Editor end Publish^
Entered at Key West, Florida, as Second Class Matter
TELEPHONM 2-5441 end 2-5441
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The Citizen is an open forum fld invites discussion of public issues
and subjects of local or general interest, but it will not publish
anonymous communications.
KEY WEST FANS PIT FORESIGHT AGAINST
HINDSIGHT IN ST. PETE GAME
Key West fans are haring a hard time getting over
the defeat of the Concha by St. Pete last Friday night.
Wheel You should have heard them on Saturday. Their
hindsight was a wonderful thing. Most of it ran in the
ame groove and came up with this predfction: Had Coach
Davis substituted Cruz for Lastres in the beginning of
what turned out to be that fatal sixth inning, Key West
would have copped the AA championship.
The Citizen is inclined to agree with the hindsighters.
Lastres was chin-deep in trouble in every inning except
the first. He didnt seem to be himself. Apparently he had
lost his usual good control. Bases on balls had cooked up
much of his trouble. He had been in bad before in other
games, but his pockets had been full of lucky seeds. Con Conaider
aider Conaider that game he pitched last Thursday afternoon against
Jacksonville's Lee team. .!>
The books will tell you that Lastres should have
lost that game, but his lucky seeds turned into a one onesided
sided onesided victory for the Concha. Up to this time the Conchs
streamed across the plate, Lastres kept anxious lumps in
the throats of Key West fans who were listening to the
game over the radio.
Its clear to our hindsight now that Lastres wasnt
himself in that game, but we didnt need hindsight Fri Friday
day Friday night to know he was wobbly again. He .whipped
over some humdingers, but St. Petes Blue Devils cracked
out too many sharp infield grounders when he was able
to find the plate.
Then, too, the Conchs, instead of having a bagful of
lucky seeds, ran into a carload of bad breaks. Three of
those infield grounders took bad hops when coming toward
the short stop, and another twisted and hopped when it
seemed headed straight for the&ird baseman.
But back to Coach job in handling the
Conchs is as outstanding as tha?W any other high school
coach in the country. But he is not a superman. It didnt
occur to him that it would have been wise to put Cruz
in the box when St. Pete went to bat in the sixth. But even
our hindsight cant say for sure it would have been a wise
move. Our guess is that Cruz would have hogtied St. Pete,
but then again our guess might be wrong. Nobody knows
how the game would have turned out had Cruz pitched
that fatal inning.
Its a waste of time to try to find the answer to what
would have happened had Cruz gone into the box. The
loss of that game is no reason for Key West fans to trim
down the least bit their admiration of the Conchs, who
have played wonderful ball since they have been man managed
aged managed by Coach Davis. 1
Let all of us give a round of hurrahs for the Conchs.
One reason the average citizen is so confused about
the strategic military situation all over the world is that
the nations leaders seem to be confused also.

Crossword Puzzle

' ACROSS
1. Light
repast
4. Rail birds
.Childrens
game
12. Entire
amount
13. Scene ol
combat
14. Age
15. Airship
17. Apartment
to let
19. Exist
20. Perform
21. Young
goat
21 California
minnow
14. Norse
goddess
26. Remainder
29. Exclama Exclamation
tion Exclamation
30. Good name
31 June bug
33. Pronoun
34. Eloquent
speakers

36. Chinese
measure of
distance
37. Always:
poet
39. Conveys
nearer
40. By
41. Moved
swiftly
43. Drives a
nail slant-
ingly
44. Anger
45. Horse
47. State of the
Union: abbr.
48. Metric land
measure
49. Continent
52. Demonstra Demonstrative
tive Demonstrative pronoun
55. Hog
56. Ones
strong point
58. Clear gain
59. Hewing
tool
60. Dallied
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Solution of Yesterdays Puzzle

10. Part of a
curve
11. Merry
16. Myself
18. Ventilate
20. Go away
22. Principal
23. Tavern
24. Succulent
plant
25. Made
amends
27. Of the sun
28. Common Commonplace
place Commonplace
30. Artificial
language
31. Units of
work
35. Type of
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The Midyear Labor Scene

Uneasy Quiet Prevails On U.S. Labor Scene

By NORMAN WALKER
WASHINGTON Iff) Whatever
happens in the current steel indus industry
try industry negotiations is likely to shape
labor relations for many months to
come.
Steel is a traditional pattern patternmaker.
maker. patternmaker. Its labor contract terms
considerably influence other indus industries.
tries. industries. So do its prices.
The steel wage settlement in
1946, for instance, and subsequent
steel price increases, touched off
an era of postwar inflation. The
same thing happened to a lesser
extent as an aftermath of the big
1952 steel strike.
So, in assessing potential 1954
labor trouble spots, steel must go
to the top of tiie list. This is not
to say there will be another two twomonth
month twomonth strike like that in 1952, or
that steel will start now-stable
prices off on anew spiral.
In fact, there is every prospect
for a peaceful settlement. The big
steel firms get along better with
the present CIO United Steelwork Steelworkers
ers Steelworkers president, David J. McDonald,
than they did with his predecessor,
Philip Murray. McDonald recently
made a good-will tour of U.S. Steel
plants with Board Chairman Benj Benjamin
amin Benjamin Fairless.
But McDonalds union has just
pitched a fat set of new contract
demands at Fairless and other steel
employers, including requests for
a substantial pay boost, higher
pensions and a guaranteed annual
wage.
Hie steel industry is opening
at about 70 per cbnt of capacity
and appears reluctant to boost
wage rates now averging well
above $2 an hour. A strike could
happen after present agreements
expire June 30.
Other possible labor trouble spots
are in the electrical manufactur manufacturing,
ing, manufacturing, and telephone industries,
phone industries.
Nothing is permanently settled,
either, in the New York waterfront
labor controversy. A renewal cf
pier strife between rival unions
there would surprise no one.
In coal, John L. Lewis has let
more than six months go by with without
out without exercising an option to ask
mine owners for more pay and wel welfare
fare welfare benefits for miners. The mine
operators are more in a mood to
seek a wage cut, something Lewis
has pledged he will never allow.
It is possible, though doubtful,
that McDonald and Lewis, who
have had their heads together fre frequently
quently frequently of late, could team up in a
combined coal-steel wage boost
drive.
Its more likely that Lewis will
wait in hopes that coal business
will improve next fall and that Mc-
Donald may, before then, reach a
peaceful settlement in steel.
In the textile industry strikes
have developed in New England
mills when employers, because cf
falling clothing prices, tried to in institute
stitute institute wage cuts.
The South is another potential
area for labor strife. More workers
are unorganized by unions in South Southern
ern Southern states than in any other region.
A renewed union effort, such as
that recently announced by the
AFL Teamsters Union, could be
expected to meet determined em employer
ployer employer opposition.
The no raiding agreements
being negotiated between the AFL
and CIO and within the AFL itself
could touch off new union organiz organizing
ing organizing efforts.
If these pacts can be made to
stickand there is some doubt of
thisit would release union organ organizers
izers organizers and funds now being used for
raiding other union member memberships
ships memberships for drives on unorganized
workers. The South is the most ob obvious
vious obvious target.

Of the nearly 60 million workers
in the nation, only about a fourth
have been organized into unions.
The present economic situation
is not without its effect on uniofis.
Unemployment among union mem members
bers members mean* reduced revenues from
dues. As far as can be ascertained,
this has not yet had much effect,
but a worsening employment situa situation
tion situation could begin to hamper union
activities.

This Rock
Of Ours
By Bill Gibb

To The City Commissioners
Gentlemen:
In the years past, This Rock
of Ours has had a tendency to
rake you over the coals because
of your manner of handling such
problems as Meacham Airport, the
police force, zoningrequirements,
street improvement, etc. A gener general
al general feeling of happiness existed a amongst
mongst amongst the citizenry of Key West
so that it was fairly safe to bring
up such controversial subjects.
Today, however, there is wide widespread
spread widespread malcontentedness dis distrust,
trust, distrust, spite, and envy are abroad
in our town. I want you to know
that the reason this column ap appears
pears appears to be backing you is not be because
cause because youre right in all of your
legislation but because I feel the
entire future of the City is at
stake. Editorial criticism at this
crucial moment would merely feed
the appetities of those who appear
determined to destroy Key West
determined to wreak vengen vengengeance
geance vengengeance on thousands of innocent
people in order to reach this sel selfish
fish selfish goal.
You're Wrong
You City Commissioners have of often
ten often conducted yourselves like un unmitigated
mitigated unmitigated jackasses in the face of
this calamity that faces us all. I
think youve done this because ba basically,
sically, basically, youre honest, and youre
just as bewildered as the rest of
the population as to how to com combat
bat combat the general feeling of unrest.
It is a situation which isnt un unusual
usual unusual in history.
Pontius Pilate solved a similar
clamoring of the mob by feeding
Jesus .to the wolves. Neville Cham Chamberlin
berlin Chamberlin is an example of the same
type of man in modern times. If
you display weakness at this stage
of the game, youre going to be
responsible for allowing a blind po populace
pulace populace to enslave itself.
I realize that in asking you to
be strong, Im also asking you to
commit political suicide in all like likelihood
lihood likelihood you will bfe martyrs in
every sense of the word because
at present, the public is viewing
surface facts and refusing to dig
into the underlying cause of their
dissatisfaction.
Communism was born in Russia
when a few leaders were able to
create feelings of unrest and un unhappiness
happiness unhappiness amongst the thousands.
The resulting revoltuion worked
out fine for the few original lead leaders
ers leaders and I dare say that the rest
of the population of Russia is still
puzzled as to how they managed
to get themselves into such an un unsavory
savory unsavory political mess.
Key West isnt likely to have
communism but there are other
forms of tyranny which can be just

Far from showing any financial
pinch, most unionsthe larger
ones anywayappear fairly afflu affluent.
ent. affluent. Some are erecting elaborate
new headquarters buildings on
choice sites here in Washington,
tangible evidence they intend to
stay in business for a long time.
(Tomorrow: Aro workers as will willing
ing willing ts strike?)

as bad. You City Commissioners
might consider an attempt to ex expose
pose expose the root of the evil that has
brought about the present state of
confusion.
In Conclusion
This is no time for false pride
or stubborn vanity. The truth of
the matter is that the enemies of
the City of Key West have been
able to gain strength because of
many apparent discrepancies
which do exist.
I suggest that you recognize
these things as a municipal em emergency
ergency emergency not necessarily publi publicly
cly publicly and call in the best brinas
of the City to help solve the,situa the,situation.
tion. the,situation. Question experienced leaders
such as Dave King, Joe Allen,
Charles Roberts, yes, even Ber Bernie
nie Bernie Papy. Swallow your pride and
lets get this town back on an even
keel. You and I will be out of the
picture in a few years but unless
we do something in a hurry, were
going to be leaving one heck of a
legacy for those who follow us.
Sincerely,
BILL GIBB.
Schools Searched
For Propaganda
BANGKOK (j) __ Three Chinese
schools in the Bangkok area were
searched Monday for evidence of
Communist propaganda activities,
Thai police report.
Police arrested one Thai and 26
Chinese, mainly merchants and
school teachers, in raids on 100
homes.
The Ministry of Education yes yesterday
terday yesterday closed a Siamese-operated
school as untrnstworthy.
Police Lt Col. Phote Bhakanund
said the arrested persons were
members of the New Junior Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Group,* which he termed
a Communist organization. The
Communist party is illegal here.
Churches Unite
KINGS BEACH, Calif. (ff)-At a
community dinner for the benefit
of the Methodist church at Kingt
Beach on Lake Tahoe, the top
prize, a handmade lace bedspread,
was donated by Julius Gold, a Jew.
It was auctioned off by Joby
Lewis* a member of the Greek
Orthodox Church.
It whs bought by the Rev. Jim
Brennan, a Catholic priest
And the Methodist church bene benefited
fited benefited by $236.
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ers, readers, but the editor reserves the right to delete any items which
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MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE
QUESTIONED
Editor, The Citizen
Shortly after midnight on June
3, on Saddle Bunch Key, about 15
miles north of Key West, a wo woman
man woman screamed and died. She died
instantly, and that was merciful.
She died needlessly, and that is
tragic.
Fatal auto accidents an always
tragic. The facta arent pleasant
Some ostriches tally accidents as
statistical. There an other* who
cant, and who are not ostriches.
I am concerned with the charge
of manslaughter Peace Justice Roy
Hamlin issued against the alleged
driver of the auto in which the
woman was killed, as reported by
your newspaper, Htursday, June
3rd.
Manslaughter is no charge to be
thrown around indiscriminately. If
justified by nasonable doubt, it is
duty. If made on assumption, it is
contemptible.
Peace Justice Hamlin said, be before
fore before noon June 3rd, that the ba basis
sis basis for the manslaughter charge
would probably be speeding and
reckless driving in a 10-mile-an 10-mile-anhour
hour 10-mile-anhour zone. Probably? Wasnt Mr.
Hamlin sure on what basis he was
placing such a serious charge?
' How did Mr. Hamlin know the
man was driving and not the wo woman?
man? woman? The man, still at the scene
at 12:20 a. m., principally un unaware
aware unaware of his own injuries, said, It
just got away from her. Asked if
he was driving he said, No. He
was under shock and duress, but
there was no hesitation in his re replies.
plies. replies.
The Sheriffs Department report reported
ed reported to your newspaper they reach reached
ed reached the scene shortly after the mis-

Burglar Still
Has A Conscience
DETROIT URMr. and Mrs. J.D.
Molloy of Grosse Pointe Woods felt
as a matter of duty they should
make a belated report to police
Tuesday on their conscience consciencestricken
stricken consciencestricken burglar.
During the weekend while they
were away someone broke into
their home and took 150 pennies
and a .32-caliber pistol from a
dresser drawer.
Then Sunday night, while they
were home, the pennies and gun
were placed inside a screen door.
There was a note:
I tried to take these things but
my conscience wouldnt let me.
And by the way, I oiled your gun.
BIDS AWARDED
GAINESVILLE UR-Bear Con Construction
struction Construction Cos. of Tallahassee was
low bidder with $224,956 for con construction
struction construction of a dining hall addition
at Florida A. & M. University in
Tallahassee.
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hap. They arrived last, when all
the principals were gone, including
a second car (not mentioned),
close to three hours after the acci accident
dent accident This is shortly?
The Sheriffs report said the wo woman
man woman was pronounced dead shortly
after the accident by a Navy phy physician
sician physician summoned to the scene. The
physician arrived two hours after
the accident. Mr. Hamlin wasn't
there. No patrol car was there.
This is shortly? The doctor said,
She has been gone for some
time.
The man, complaining of head headaches,
aches, headaches, left the scene about 1:00
oclock, taken to the hospital by a
passing truck. On Friday, June 4>
the man spoke to a Deputy Sher Sheriff
iff Sheriff and a Highway Patrolman who
visited him at the hospital. Unless
Mr. Hamlin served under the title
Deputy Sheriff, he did not visit him.
Mr. Hamlin made the charge of
manslaughter the preceding day,
Thursday, June 3, before noon, one
full day before any of the princi principals
pals principals were contacted by Mr. Ham Hamlin
lin Hamlin or his official representatives.
Hamlin said that marks on the
road indicated that the vehicle
skidded about 200 feet before it
overturned. This is evidence of
manslaughter?
This is evidence of a very ser serious
ious serious charge made prematurely. A
charge made impetuously, and
dangerously; a charge made on
statistics; a charge made on the
hope later evidence will prove him
correct, substantiating. What is the
penalty for being incorrect?
None.
None, at least, to Mr. Hamlin.
H. V. B.
P. O. Box 642
Key West, Fla.

Red Preparation For
Invasion Is Told
TAIPEH, Formosa URThe Inter Interior
ior Interior Ministrys Tatao News Agency
said that 100,000 Chinese Com Communist
munist Communist troops stationed in Tibet
are studying the languages of In India
dia India and Pakistan as a preliminary
to invasion.
Tatao, which claims contacts on
the Red-held mainland, gave no
source.
Farm Product Sale
Is Off From 1953
WASHINGTON UR-The Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Department reported here
that farmers received approximate approximately
ly approximately $10,300,000,600 from sale of farm
products during the first five
months of this year. This was 4
per cent less than they received
in the corresponding period last
year.
Lions can lssp 8 to 10 feet ver vertically.
tically. vertically.
bids here Tuesday on the project
for which the 1953 Legislature ap appropriated
propriated appropriated $250,000.

Dont Open
That Window!
By ELTON C. FAY
WASHINGTON UR Somebody
left some windows unlocked hi the
Pentagon.
That was 60 days, t memoranda
and 1,000 words ago.
it seems that on the night of 14
April, at about 3000 hours, G-2
agents found a couple of windows
unlocked. (Hiat means about
p.m. on April 14. G-2 is Army in intelligence,
telligence, intelligence, normally concerned with
ferreting out information on a for foreign
eign foreign power or foiling foreign
agents.)
The Pentagon has 7,000 windows.
The unlocked ones were in the suite
of offices used by H. Struve
Hensel, assistant secretary of de defense
fense defense for international security af affairs.
fairs. affairs. (Hensels "international se security
curity security is high-level stuff, includ including
ing including such things as the North At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Came the night of 28 April, be between
tween between 3000 and 2130 hours: three
more unlocked windows. Ifeese
were in the press room.
By May 3 (or 3 May) a mem#
had been issued to the proper au authorities,
thorities, authorities, starting out, Subject:
Security Inspection of Pentagon
Perimeter, and -discussing the
matter of the unfastened windows.
Instructions were issued to notify
occupants that it is a violation of
building security regulations to un unlock
lock unlock or open any windows.
Who unlocked 'em?
Suspicion pointed first at the
corps of window washers. But an
13 May the foreman of the jani janitorial
torial janitorial staff dashed off a memoran memorandum,
dum, memorandum, Subject: Unlocked Win Window*.
dow*. Window*. He laid the window inci incident
dent incident of 14 April couldnt have been
his men, because they didnt wash
those windows until 15 April. More Moreover,
over, Moreover, hit washers reported that e
clerk in Hensel* office wanted
fresh air.
The interoffice communications
rolled on and on and onfrom the
Pentagon bulKHng security officer;
to and from Headquarters, Mill Milltary
tary Milltary District of Washington, Of Office
fice Office of the Army Headquarters
Commandant; another one from
Planning Branch, Office of the
Secretary of Defense.
Finally the file climbed up to e
1,000-word total. The last issue
locks up the esseand presumably
the windows. This one is a broad broadside,
side, broadside, aimed et all occupants of
the Pentagon; the subject: open
windows; the order: keep 'em
closed.
The reason: it upsets the air airconditioning
conditioning airconditioning systemand also up upsets
sets upsets the G-2 agents and security
officials.
GIGANTIC KITES
BUILT IN JAPAN
TOKYO URResidents of Iwatsu Iwatsuki,
ki, Iwatsuki, north of Tokyo, are building
two of the largest kites in the
world.
The box kites, SO by 36 feet, wfl
weigh 984 pounds each and will re require
quire require 150 men each to get them
off the ground.
They will be flown July 1 te
celebrate the elevition of Iwat Iwatsuki
suki Iwatsuki from a town to a city.



Churchill May Push For Closer Teamwork

By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER
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American public for closer U.S.-
British teamwork, possibly in an
address before Congress, during

his -visit in Washington for talks
with President Eisenhower.
. U.S. officials raised the possibili possibility
ty possibility of a congressional address to today,
day, today, and also the alternative that
Churchill might choose to make a
major speech before an unofficial
body such as a press group.
Diplomatic sources noted Church Churchill
ill Churchill has spoken before Congress sev several
eral several times in the past in the course
of eight visits to the United States
since the beginning of World War
11. However, they said no invita invitation
tion invitation for a congressional appearance
has yet been issued for the visit,
which begins a week from tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow.
The other possibility was suggest suggested
ed suggested by Eisenhower himself at his
news conference yesterday. He said
a British friend had reminded him
that on visits to Washington
Churchill was always a luncheon
guest at the National Press Club.
Distinguished visitors often speak
there.
Plans for the visit, announced
Tuesday, are still in process of
development. Churchill, British
Foreign Secretary Eden and staff
aides are due to fly from London
next Thursday afternoon and arrive
in Washington sometime Friday.
The talks between the chiefs of
state will begin Friday afternoon
or at latest Friday evening, inform informants
ants informants said, and will go on at least
through June 26 and 27. Churchill
and Eden are expected to remain
as White House guests through Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. If there is then reason for
their remaining in Washington one
or two days more they may move
to the British Embassy.
Diplomatic informants continued
to insist that there will be no fixed
program of subjects for discussion.
They said Churchills interest in
coming here primarily is to have
a series of private conversations
with Eisenhower. If there is any
formal conferring on world prob problems
lems problems to be done, one informant
suggested that it probably will be
handled by Eden and Secretary of
State Dulles and their top advisers.
Elsenhower told his news confer conference
ence conference his main aim at the informal
meeting with Churchill would be to
strengthen Americas bridge of
friendship with Britain. There is
no fixed agenda, he said, but the
talks will deal with virtually every
urgent world problem, including
the Southeast Asia crisis.
Authorities discount strongly any
speculation that the 79-year-old
British leader will urge Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower to agree to arrange a confer conference
ence conference with Soviet Premier Ma Malenkov.
lenkov. Malenkov.
Entomologists say that hree hreequarters
quarters hreequarters of the known kinds of ani animals
mals animals are insects.

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Legionitems
By JUDSON STEPHENS,
2nd VICE COMMANDER
Arthur Sawyer Post,
American Legion
Closing of Legion Year 1953-54:
Saturday evening the Legion
year 1953-54 will be closed out in
the record book at the installation
ceremonies to be staged at 8
p. m.
The officers for the Post for Le Legion
gion Legion Year 1954-55 will be installed
by Victor Wilde, 10th District Com Commander,
mander, Commander, and the Key West Guard
of Honor.
Our membership records show
645 members for this year which
is below last years total member membership
ship membership but is not indicative of less
work but laxity of old members continu continuing
ing continuing their membership in our Post.
During the year with the many
transfers of Naval personnel, it is
very hard to get close to 100 per
cent membership.
We only fell 75 short of that goal
Ibis year and I believe that this
reflects credit upon Post Com Commander
mander Commander Bethel P. Johnson. There
isnt ,a member who can say Be Bethel
thel Bethel hasnt given his all to the Post
this year. I myself wish to thank
Bethel for doing so much with so
little help from the membership.
I think we have had a successful
year in spite of the fact that at attendance
tendance attendance hasnt been what it could
have been. Thanks again, Bethel!

Marathon Installation:
The new officers for 1954-55 for
Marathon Post 154 will be install installed
ed installed Friday, June 18, at 8 p. m. by
the Key West Guard of Honor and
Victo** Wilde, the 10th District Com Commander.
mander. Commander. All Legionnaires are urg urged
ed urged to attend this function. A cor cordial
dial cordial welcome has been received
from the Marathon Post for our
membership to attend this func function.
tion. function.

Boys' State:
file Post this year is setting a
new record by sending 12 boys to
Boys State in Tallahassee. The
Post itself is paying the expenses
of four, the 40 and 8 for one and
seven other civic organizations co cooperated
operated cooperated with us to send a total of
12.
Anyone who would like to see
the Boys off to Tallahassee may
do so by being at the Greyhound
Bus Depot on Saturday (June 19)
at 5 p. m. The boys will journey
to Miami by bus, transfer to a
chartered bus there along with the
Miami Boy Staters and go on to
Tallahassee. They will return on
the 27£h the same way. All Le Legionnaires
gionnaires Legionnaires are urged to come and
see them off!

Legionitems:
This weekly column in the Key
West Citizen was arranged in or order
der order to bring to the Legionnaires
of Post 28 the items of interest con concerning
cerning concerning them. This was an idea
I had to try my best to give you
the lastest information on happen happenings
ings happenings in and around the Post and

Thursday, June 17, 1954

Mendes-France May Get Red
Support In Bid For Power

By CARL HARTMAN
PARIS 1* Pierre Mendes-
France readied his Assembly bid
for Frances premiership today
amid signs he may get Communist
support whether he wants it or not.
But even if he accepts such back backing,
ing, backing, his chances appeared slim.
He goes before a critical Na National
tional National Assembly today to outline
his policy on Indochina, where he
has long advocated direct negoti negotiations
ations negotiations with the Communist-led
Vietminh, and the proposed Euro European
pean European Defense Community, for
which he has little love.
He was also due to give his
views on the nationalist-torn
French North African protector protectorates
ates protectorates of Tunisia and Morocco; the
small French colonies in India,
which the Nehru government
wants; and the large French budg budget
et budget deficit, which he has favored
reducing by a cut in military ex expenditures.
penditures. expenditures.
The Premier-designate was said
to believe the Geneva conference
on Indochina should be kept going

Legion as a whole. I hope that
this has been accomplished. I take
this opportunity to thank The Key
West Citizen for its splendid co cooperation
operation cooperation in letting us put the
column in the newspaper. I hope
that we will be able to continue to
do so next year. Now the catch!
I would appreciate any Legion Legionnaire
naire Legionnaire whether from Arthur Sawyer
Post 28 or not to fill in the form
below and return it to me at P, 0.
Box 209, Key West, Florida:
A "A "A
"I Do (Do Not) Dosiro To
Have the Legionitems Continu Continued
ed Continued During the Legion Yeer 1954--
55-
My Opinion Of This Column
Is (25 words or loss):

' I would like to get the opinion
of some of the Legionnaires as to
their thoughts on their column.
Good or bad, I would like some
help on writing it next year, if we
have one. You may sign it if you
desire but it is not necessary.

"Let's go during the rest ef
'54."

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la search of some solution, but he
insists the safety of French forces
in the war-torn land should be the
first consideration. He contends
peace negotiations must not imply
capitulation to the Communists.
Communist support of the Pre Premier-designate
mier-designate Premier-designate appeared a possi possibility
bility possibility despite the fact he has said
he does not want it.
Hie Reds and them supporters
control 99 of the 625 Assembly
votes. It takes 314 for confirma confirmation,
tion, confirmation, and foe Communist Woe could
spell the difference between vic victory
tory victory and defeat.
Mendes-France said earlier this
week he would not take the pre premiership
miership premiership unless he got 314 votes
without file Communists. A later
statement indicated he might have
changed his mind.
There seemed little chance
Mendes-France would get support
from Foreign Minister Georges
Bidaults Popular Republican
Movement, which is pressing for
a quick vote on the EDC. Socialist
support also appeared doubtful.

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SONAR OFFICER AIDS
IN FILM COMPLETION
LL Cmdr. C. E. Millar, techni technical
cal technical adviser for two Navy training
films, returned to Fleet Sonar
School from Washington recently
after selecting parts of 30,000 ft
of film taken by the v Columbia
Broadcasting System for Edward
R. Murrows TV Program See ft
Now.
Lt. Cmdr. Millers selection will
be combined with other materials
to make the two films which will
deal with Hunter Killer Operations,
and the role of Combat Informa Information
tion Information Center in anti-submarine war warfare.
fare. warfare.
Cugats Ex Weds
HOLLYWOOD BLorraine Allen
Cugat, former wife of band leader
Xavier Cugat, and Stanley Stalford,
35, Beverly Hills, Calif., business businessman,
man, businessman, were married in Santa Ana,
Calif. June 4, K was disclosed yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday.
Rabbi Philip Rosenberg perform performed
ed performed the ceremony at Temple Beth
Sholam.
Mrs. Stalford, 31, divorced Cugat
in Los Angeles in January, 1852.
Cugat obtained a divorce in Las
Vegas, Nev., in April, 1952 and the
next month he and his featured
singer, Abbe Lane, were married
in Miami, Fla.

Forma' Sonar
Instructor Is
Back In Navy
After 89 days as a civilian, for former
mer former Fleet Sonar School instructor,
John Sow ash, SO2, reenlisted in the
Navy and is back in the Key West
area again. He reported to ZX-11
for duty.
Sowash, who received a S4OO a
month job from the publicity giv given
en given him by a Fleet Home Town
News story while he was at the
school last year, reenlisted chief chiefly
ly chiefly because of the Navys retire retirement
ment retirement plan.
On the outside, he stated, *l
would have had to work until I was
60, and the retirement plan wasn't
as good a one as Ill get from the
Navy in 15 more years. T > ve
5 years in already, he added.
You dont have the same ad advantages
vantages advantages on the outside, Sowash
continued. One of the main ad advantages
vantages advantages is that you get paid in
the Navy when youre sick. On the
outside, if you get sick, youre in
a lot of financial trouble.
I think the Navy is a good deal
for anyone who has some time in
the Service.
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JAYCEES BLAST LIONS IN
LITTLE LEAGUE ENCOUNTER

Lions Down
Rotary In
Second Tilt |
The Jaycees blasted IS hits to
defeat the Elks, 19-6, in the first
game of a Little League double doubleheader
header doubleheader at Bayveiw Park last nifbt-
Led by Bryan Williams and Tony
Brasher who collected four hits
each, the Jaycees ran up thrir
highest score of the season.
The Jaycees took a 4-1 lead in
the second on Bob Harris triple, a
walk, and singles by Williams and
Brasher. They put the game out of
reach of the Elks with five rear
in the third and sewed things up
with a ten run rally in the fifth to
which they sent 15 men to tts
plates.
Williams started for the Jaycees
but was relieved by Harris in the
fourth. Williams, however, got cre credit
dit credit for the win.
Bobby Santana, who started for
the Elks,' took the loss. Santana,
however, led the Elks attack with
a triple, a double, and single ia
three trips to the plate.
Score:
Jaycees 045 0 (10) 19-164)
Elks 113 0 1 6- 9-3
Williams, Hams (4) and Twie Twiehaus,
haus, Twiehaus, William (4)
Santana, R. McDaniels (4) and
Solomon, Santana (5)
In the nightcap, the Lions out outscored
scored outscored the Rotary, 11-9, in a free freehitting
hitting freehitting contest
The Lions began their scoring
early with three runs in the first
on singles by Diaz, Armando Mi Mira,
ra, Mira, and Mike Hughes homer.
The Rotary came back with two
runs in their half of the first on a
single by Robinson, e walk, and
Carol Keys long double to left.
The Rotary took a temporary lead
in the second when they came up
with four runs to make it 6-3.
In the third, the Lions bounced
back into the lead with five runs
sparked by Fords two-run homer.
The Rotary added another in the
third on Sawyers triple and an er erro.
ro. erro.

The Lions picked up an unearn unearned
ed unearned run in toe fifth on two errors.
The Lions power exploded in toe
sixth and back to back homers by
Jim Taylor and Hughes account accounted
ed accounted for two more tallies.
The Rotary rallied in toe sixth,
but they managed to push only two
runs across snd the rally fell short.
Hughes led toe Lions attack
with two homers in four tries to
drive across three runs. Key had
a triple and a double in four tries
to pace the Rotary offense.
Score:
Lions 305 012 11-9-7
Rotary 241 002 9-8-5
Key, Mira (4) snd Ford, N. Gar Garcia
cia Garcia (3)
Barroso and Salinero
American Little League Standings
TEAM W L Pet
Kiwanis 7 S .700
Elks 6 4 .600
Shriner 4 7 .364
Jaycees S 6 .333
National Little League Standings
TEAM W L Pet.
Lions 4 0 1.000
Evans 1 1 .500
Rotary 1 1 J 33
VFW 0 S M 0
WATER EMERGENCY
CHARDON, Ohio (Jl Mayor
Donald C. Muchmore declared a
water emergency last night and
warned Chardon residents:
If we have a fire tonight,
theres no use calling out the fire
department; we have no water.

15-Year-01d Swim Phenom Eyes Olympics

y RUSS NIWLAND
AP Ncwsfvaturt*
PALO ALTO, Calif. Brown
haired Carol Tait, who at the age
el 15 ia undeniably a swimming
phenom, has two great ambitions.
One is to become a teacher in
physical education. The other is to
make the 1956 U. S. Olympic team.
She seems certain to realize both
ambitions.
When the pretty Menlo-Atherton
High sophomore splashed to a dou double
ble double win in the National AAU in indoor
door indoor championships earlier this
year, she surprised a lot of older
competitors and a number of ex expert
pert expert observers. Daytona Beach,
Fla., hadnt seen anything like it
in a long time.
But her coach, George Haines of
the Santa Clara Swim Club was
not among those struck with won wonderment.
derment. wonderment. He had been expecting
her to crack the natatorial head headlines
lines headlines since he took her in hand as
a somewhat awkward 12-year-old.
Carol is 5 feet inches and
weighs 122, which is small com compared
pared compared with other champions of her
sex. She is a growing girt, how however,
ever, however, and when Olympic time rolls
around two years hence she pro probably
bably probably will have increased in hieght
and weight
Miss Tait has an idol in Ann Cur Curtis
tis Curtis Cuneo, who held a flock of titles
In her day. Her aim is to surpass
Mrs. Cuneos world record for 440
Fanis freestyle.

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TH K*Y WIST CITIZEN

j' 1
CAPT. H. C. SPICER, JR~, commanding officer of Airship De Development
velopment Development Squadron Eleven, congratulates Joseph Arruda, PN3,
after presenting him with the winners trophy won in the recent
intra-squadron tennis matches. Walter Vejnoska, AK2, received
the runners-up trophy, but was absent from the presentation
which took place after Personnel Inspection Saturday^U.S.
Havy Photo.

NAS Nine
Wins Fom Fomin
in Fomin Miami
The Flyers of the Naval Air Sta Station,
tion, Station, Key West have just returned
ffbm Miami where they won a
four-game series with the Opa
Locks Marines and lost a game
with the Millers Dixie Lilya, a
semi pro club.
The Flyers started the series off
with a 6-2 victory over the Mar Marines.
ines. Marines. Don Robinson was the win winning
ning winning pitcher making his record 9-
0 for the season. The big blow of
the Jurat game came in the 7th
wbefrjfeydiak came out of his bat batting
ting batting slump with a booming triple
to MTeenter field driving in Ho Hogan
gan Hogan from second. This tied the
scorcand the Flyers went on to
win the game in. the Bth with four
runs op three hits.
In the 2nd game the Flyers were
defeated 3-1 by the Marines. This
broke their 12 game winning
streak and brought their season re record
cord record up to 20-2. The Flyers left 19
potential runs stranded on the ba bases,
ses, bases, a big factor in their defeat.
The third game of the series was
rained out and will be played at
a later date.
The Naval Air Sations team won
the fourth game in the 9th inning
by a score of 7-5. It was a nip and
tuck ball game- up to the ninth
when the Flyers came through
when the pressure was on to win.
This brought their season record
to 21 wins against 2 losses, both
to the Opa Lock Club.
The Flyers lost their last game
to the Dixie Lilys, a semi pro
team, by a score of 6-5. The game
was a good contest, one the Fly Flyers
ers Flyers should not feel bad about los losing.
ing. losing. The semi pro club has been
the Florida State Champ for the
past two years and also was run runner-up
ner-up runner-up in the National Baseball
Congress played at Wichita, Kan Kansas,
sas, Kansas, each year. Don Robinson,
FAWTU ace, was the losing pitch pitcher,
er, pitcher, but he has a bright future in

p jI
H Sif
Up* I
CAROL TAIT
At present she is only two sec seconds
onds seconds behind that mark of 5:07.9.
The East Palo Alto girl is sup supremely
remely supremely confident in her ability but
not to the extent of being snippy
about it
Her mother, who once was a bal ballet
let ballet swimmer, puts it this way:
Carol honestly believes she is
capable of beating any girls in her
favorite events. When she loses,
aha just shrugs it off and says,

Thursday, June 17, 1954

Gavilan May Risk
His Tide Against
Del Flanagan
DETROIT (JB Promoter Nick
Londes flew to New York today to
start negotiations for a Kid
Gavilan-Del Flanagan title fight in
Detroit this fall.
I plan to talk with Angel
Lopez, Londes said. Maybe we
can reach an agreement soon.
Lopez is Gavilans manager.
Flanagan, a fancy dan with sev seven
en seven years experience, took a firm firmer
er firmer hold on his No. 2 welterweight
contender ranking last night with
a unanimous 10-round breeze over
Detroits Allie Gronik, a willing
but pathetically crude boxer.
Flanagan quickly spoiled any
hopes Gronik had of becoming big
time. He stabbed, jabbed and
danced to an easy victory in their
nationally televised fight at Olym Olympia
pia Olympia Stadium.
Groniks only advantage, in fact,
was in weight He tipped in at
1494* to Flanagans 14844.
ZX-11 Bowlers
In 3-Way Tie
The ZX-11 Black Knights Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling Team moved into a three-way
tie for first place last Thursday af after
ter after competing with the Communi Communications
cations Communications Team of the Naval Air Sta Station.
tion. Station.
The three teams tying tor first
place are the Hypos, representing
the NAS Dispensary, Communica Communications
tions Communications and the Black Knights.
The next scheduled game for the
Knights will be on Monday, June
21, when they ride against the Hy Hypos.
pos. Hypos.
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store for him since his showing
against the semi pro team was
commendable.

no use getting worked up about it.
Maybe Ill win the next time. I
think that it is the competition that
makes swimming fun for her. She
simply thrives on it.
In echoing those sentiments,
Coach Haines says:
Carol has a wpnderful ability
to pace herself. In workouts she
swims every length in approxima approximately
tely approximately the same time. She is so ac accurate
curate accurate you would think she is car carrying
rying carrying a stopwatch.
In another two years Carol
should be nearing her peak. When
she has reached it she should be
pretty hard to beat.
The teen-aged mermaid plans
her next major competition for the
national AAU outdoor champion championships
ships championships in August at Indianapolis.
She probably will enter the 440,
890 and one mile events. She pre prefers
fers prefers the longer races although she
is very fast in the sprints.
She has swum the mile only
twice yet she is only a minute
slower than the record.
Carol first learned to swim about
eight years ago when the family
vacationed at Clear Lake in Cali California.
fornia. California.
She practices six days a week
the year around at nearby Santa
Clara.
To the girls who think racing
suits are not stylishly dashing, Ca Carol
rol Carol has this to say:
I dont mind racing suite. Im
swimming to win, not to look pret pretty.
ty. pretty.

TRIBE HAS
NEW HOPE
FOR FUG
By BBN PHLIGAR
AP Sports Writer
Rarely has the future looked so
rosy for the Cleveland Indians.
The cripples are coming back
with a bang. The club has a three threegame
game threegame hold on first place. And the
next eight games, all at home,
are against second-division teams.
The Indiana ran their current
winning streak to seven last night
with a 5-1 victory over Washington
that marked the return to partial
action of Bobby Avila, toe leaguea
leading hitter.
A1 Rosen made his first appear appearance
ance appearance in almost two weeks toe night
before. Hes last years Most Val Valuable
uable Valuable Player in the American
League and ia running second to
Avila in hitting.
Avila, on the bench with a
chipped thumb, came in aa a run runner
ner runner and stayed around to bat once.
He delivered a two-run single.
Rosen drove in three runs aa a
pinch hitter Tuesday night and
singled one* in two tries last
night.
Even in toe eight games tost
both Rosen and Avila missed, the
Indians moved forward at a rapid
pace, winning six.
The other two teams in the three threeteam
team threeteam American League race also
won yesterday. Second-place Chi Chicago
cago Chicago beat Philadelphia 11-6 and
the New York Yankees edged Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore 2-0. Last place Boston broke
an eight-game losing streak with
a 3-2 victory at Detroit.
The New York Gianta stayed
stop the National League with a
4-0 verdict over Cincinnati. Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn remained a game behind toe
Giants by whipping Milwaukee 8-2.
St. Louis at Philadelphia and
Chicago at Pittsburgh were rained
out.

Home runs by Lou Limmer and
Bill Renna helped the Athletics
build a 6-4 lead in Chicago but the
White Sox wiped it out with a
seven-run seventh as Ferris Fain
hit an inside-the-park home run
with toe bases loaded. Hie loss
was the first for Philadelphia in
six games.
Hits were scarce in Baltimore,
i with each side getting only three.
But the Yankees bunched theirs
in the fifth inning for toe only
runs. Whitey Ford ran his string
of scoreless innings to 20 in win winning
ning winning his fifth game.
Yogi Berras single, a double by
Gene Woodling, a single by Irv
Noren and a force-out produced
the runs off Duane Pillette.
Hxree errors contributed to the
Tigers downfall against the Red
Sox. Willard Nixon picked up his
fifth victory and became the first
Boston pitcher to last nine innings
since June 7.
Jim Hearn of toe Giants, who
hadnt pitched a complete game
since last August, stopped the Red Redlegs
legs Redlegs on four hits aH singles.
New York scored three runs in
toe second inning against Joe Nux Nuxhall
hall Nuxhall on doubles by Whitey Lock Lockman
man Lockman and Davey Williams, a pair
of singles and a scarifies fly by
Ray Katt. Katt added the fourth
run with a homer in the sixth.
The Dodgers beat the Braves in into
to into submission with home runs.
They hit five, equaling toe clubs
all-time high for one game. Duke
Snider started toe parade in toe
first inning end Gil Hodges, Don
Hoak, Pee Wee Reese and Roy
Campanella joined in toe fun.
Campanulas homer wag hist
first hit in 21 times at bat. His
average has dropped to mere
.166.

Hagan Says
Hogan Will
Cop Open
By HUGH PULLIRTON JR
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. US-Thirty
years after he won his only Na National
tional National Open golf championship,
Walter Hagen today tabbed Ben
Hogan as the man to best in the
54th National Open, starting today
at Baltusrol.
Hagen, more interested in cut cutting
ting cutting up touches with some of his
old cronies than in picking win winners,
ners, winners, merely strung along with the
majority in picking Hogan to win
his fifth Open title. But a note of
admiration crept into Sir Walters
voice as he talked about the trim
little Texan.
Youve got to string along with
the little man, hes got the head.'*
Like you, Walter, suggested
Bobby Cruickshank.
Hagen nodded agreement and
added: Hes got the game too.
Those other fellows are out there
playing practice rounds. Ben al already
ready already has played the course the
way it will he for the tournament
I think hes smart not to prac practice
tice practice in this cold wind. If youre not
oo the stick the day before a tour*

Baseball Results
national lkagvk
New Test IS 11 (32
Brooklyn 25 22 .Sl4 1
MUWEEJOO 22 as .537 SH
Philadelphia 2S 33 .528 (
St. Loots 22 sg joi T
dnclnnsU L2B 30 .444 9*
ChJcwfo 31 .1S 12
PiMsborgh u 41 .205 if
Thursday's Schedule and
Ptebabls Pitchers
MllwEukOO it Brooklyn, 12:30 p.m.-Wilton
(SO) M Pod re (7.1
Cincinnati at New York. 12:30 p.m.-Fawlar
( M) Chicago at Pittsburgh, 13:30 p.m.Mlnner
(44) Littlefield (1-1).
gt. Louie at Philadelphia, T p.m.-Staley
(34) vs- Roberts (7-7.
WBDNEBBATS besults
Now York 4. Cincinnati 0
Brooklyn 8, Milwaukee 4
St. I*ui* *t Philadelphia ppd., rain.
Chicago at Plttaburgh.ppd., rain.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
. Won Lost Pet. Behind
Cleveland 17 .703
Chicago 27 20 .640 3
New York 23 .027 4
Detroit 2S 20 .404 UVi
Washington 23 33 .411 IS*
Philadelphia 32 35 .300 18
Baltimore 20 .370 UVi
Boston ~ .39 24 .370 lSVfc
Tharadaya Schedule A Probable Pitcher*
Philadelphia at Chicago, 1:30 p.m.-Kellner
(J-7) v. Harahaman (2-3).
Boston at Detroit, 3 p.m.-Brewer (34) vs.
Zuverlnk (24).
Washington at Cleveland, lp.m.-Shea
(04) vs. Wynn (7-4).
New York at Baltimore, 1 p.m.-McDonald
(3-D va. Turley (04).
WEDNESDAYS BESULTS
Chicago 11. Philadelphia 0
Boston 3, Detroit 2
New York 2, Baltimore 0
Cleveland S, Washington l
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION
Won Lost Pet. Behind
Atlanta . 39 34 .Sit
Birmingham 37 30 JOl IVt
Chattanooga 33 30 .534 0
New Orleans 33 33 .500 7
Memphis 30 32 .404 OVh
Little Rock 30 34 .453 10V4
Nashville 38 33 .448 lOVb
WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS
AUanta S. Nashville 7
Little Reck at New Orleans postponed,
rain
Only games scheduled
THURSDAY'S SCHEDULE
Mobile at Chattanooga
Birmingham at Little Rock
AUanta at Memphis (3)
New Orleans at Nashville
SOUTH ATLANTIC
Won Lest Pci. Behind
Jacksonville 38 24 .Slf
Macon 38 34 .013 Vi
Montgomery 34 31 .540 4Vi
Savannah 32 .553 SVi
Columbia 28 33 .450 10
Columbus 26 25 .426 12
Charlotte 24 26 .400 UVi
Augusts 25 38 .217 14
WEDNESDAY'S BESULTS
Columbia Augusta 3
. Charlotte 7. Macon 5
Savannah at Montgomery postponed, rale
Columbus 7, Jacksonville 2
THURSDAY'S SCHEDULE
Columbia at Augusta
Charlotte at Macon
Savannah at Montgomery
Jacksonville at Columbus
WEDNESDAYS BASEBALL BESULTS
AMEEICAN ASSOCIATION
Minneapolis 3, Charleston 2
St. Paul at Columbus postponed, rain
Indianapolis 13. Louisville 6
Kansas City 5-3, Toledo 4-14
DfTEENATIONAL
Montreal S-7. Ottawa 34
Toronto 3. Syracuse 2
Rochester f, Buffalo 1
Only games scheduled
ALABAMA-FLOBIDA
Dothan 11. Crest view 3
Fort Walton Beach 18. Jgraceville 3
Panama City 13, Andalusia-Opp t
Shreveport 5, Dallas 3
Fort Worth 13, Beaumont 7
San Ahtonio 6. Oklahoma City S
Houston 10, Tulsa 2
PACIFIC COAST
Sacraments 3, Portland 1
San Diego 4. Seattle 3
Los Angehss t, Oakland t
San Francisco 8, Hollywood S
THURSDAYS BASEBALL SCHEDULE
AMfBICAN ASSOCIATION
St. Paul at Columbus
Kansas City at Toledo
Only gamfs scheduled.
Dallas at Beaumont
Fort Worth at Shreveport
Oklahoma City at Houston
Tulsa 'at San Antonio
INTERNATIONAL
Rochester at Montreal
Toronto at Ottawa
Richmond at Buffalo
Havana at Syracuse <3>
ALABAMA-FLORID A
Andalusia-Opp at Panama City
Fort Walton Beech at OrscevUl*
Dothan at Crest view
BASEBALL STANDINGS
INTERNATIONAL
Wen Lest Fat.
Toronto . 33 17 .653
Rochester 33 3t .58)
Montreal 3B 24 .53*
Havana 20 V .538
Richmond 35 3( .400
Syracuse 24 2S .463
Buffalo 2O 20 .400
Ottawa ft .JSI
AMEEICAN ASSOCIATION
Won Loot Fat.
Indianapolis ... 30 38 .823
Louisville 3l 21 .521
Columbus 11 20 .525
St. Paul 30 20 .525
Minneapolis 20 2B .500
Toledo 29 32 .460
Kansas City 26 23 .441
Charleston 34 22 .387
TEXAS
Won Loot Pot.
Shreveport 4 l 4l 31 .509
Via Antonio 39 31 .551.
ort Worth 38 34 .538
Oklahoma City JO 14 414
Houston 30 30 .400
Tulsa 32 IS .470
Beaumont 33 41 .446
Dallas -3 40 .429
alabama-florida
Wen Loot Pet.
Dothan 37 30 .507
Andahuda-Opp 34 3B 441
Fort Walton Beach 33 30 424
Croat view 32 31 .501
Panama City it 24 .452
GraceviUe 23 at 477
PAClfic COAST
Wen Lost Pet.
Hollywood 44 2S .011
San Diego |0 31 .542
San Francisco 30 34 .534
Oakland 30 30 414
Seattle 33 36 .478
Sacramento 34 3t .471
Log Angelos 3l 30 .443
Portland at 4B .400
Major League Leaden
NATIONAL league
BATTING -Snidw. Brooklyn. 478.
RUNS-MusiaL Ot Louis. 56.
RUNS BATTED IN-MusML St. Louis, N.
HITS-JablonakL st. Louis. (7.
HOME RUNI-Mesial, St. Louis, SI.
PITCHING Millikan, Brooklyn. M,
l.ttl.
AMEBIC AN LEAGUE
BATTING-Avia. Cleveland. .MS.
RUNS -Minoeo. Chicago. 01.
Rims BATTER IN-Minoeo. Chicago. SI.
HITS-Pox. Chicago, 77.
nsmnot, youll not going to be
on it
The lengthy Baltusrol lower
course, where 162 of the notions
top golfers bsgsn competition to today
day today end when one will be crowned
champion, isnt toe s|me as the
courses Hagen played in toe 1915
and 1936 Opens. The original Bal Baltusrol
tusrol Baltusrol course was torn up in 1990
and what ie now toe upper course
was used in 1936.

Marciano Heavy Favorite To
Keep His Heavyweight Crown

Charles Bucks
Odds In Second
Try At Regaining
Championship
By MURRAY ROSK
NEW YORK (TVEzzard Charles
bucks toe explosive power of
heavyweight king Rocky Marciano
and a 54-year-old tradition of the
ring tonight in a final try to be become
come become the first ex-champion to re regain
gain regain boxings most prized crown.
The odds are 5-18 that he fails.
Its now or never for Ezzard,
said co-manager Tom Tannas.
"He knows its his last chance and
hes never been so determined be before.
fore. before. Hes right on edge. 1 hope
we dont get any rain to spoil it.
The forecast is for fair and
warmer although an earlier pre prediction
diction prediction by the weatherman called
for threat of late-evening thun thundershowers.
dershowers. thundershowers. But possible postpone postponement
ment postponement which could force a weeks
setback of the 15-round title fight
in Yankee Stadium was upper uppermost
most uppermost in the minds of the principals
snd promoters as they anxiously
peered at toe sky. A canopy was
placed above the ring to keep the
canvas dry.

The promoting International Box Boxing
ing Boxing Club said it will go up to the
ball park this evening with $400,000
in the till. Promoter Jim Norris
is looking for a 40,000 crowd and
$500,000 at the gate with a break
from the weatherman.
In addition to toe gate receipts
the fighters will share (Marciano
40 per cent, Charles 20) in close
to $200,000 from the coast-to-coast
theater-television, $35,000 from the
ABC network radio broadcast, and
a possible bonanza from the mov movies
ies movies if the fight is sensational.
There will be no home tele television.
vision. television.
The bout wiH start at 9:30 p.m.,
EST.
While the 32-year-old Charles
will be seeking to accomplish what
eight former champions, including
himself, have failed to do, the 29-
year-old Marciano will be facing
a less potent heavyweight jinx.
Only 5 of 17 heavyweight rulers
have been able to get by a third
defense. This is No. 3 for the
Brockton Bruiser.
Charles was outpointed by Jer Jersey
sey Jersey Joe Walcott in Philadelphia,
June 5, 1952, in his first effort to
regain the title.
How does he intend to fight the
Marciano, who has won 40 of his
45 bouts by knockouts? Thats the
big question. Charles is the enigma
of this production. Everyone knows
the muscular, power packing
Rocky will come out swinging, try trying
ing trying to end It with every punch he
throws. ...
His power is so respected*that
hes rated a 5-12. choice to stop
Charles. Its 6-1 that Rocky wont
he stopped.
Will Charles elect to box, hoping
to hold off Rockys bulling drives?
Or will he try to match bombs
with the bomber?
Naturally he wont tell. He did
say, Ive had the idea for a long
time how IU fight him.
Rocky has fought a total of 12
rounds since he won the title by
flattening Walcott in 13 rounds in
Philadelphia Sept. 23, 1952. He
racked up Walcott in one round in
Chicago May 15, 1953, and then
needed li to stop Rolaod LaStarza
in New York Sept. 24, 1953.
In the same period of time,
Charles fought 104 rounds in 13
scraps. Two of them were 10-round
losses to Nino Vakles and Harold
Johnson. He followed the defeats
with a lOth-round kayo of Coley
Wallace and a two-round blasting
of Bob Satterfield.
Charles has scored 53 knockouts
in 97 fights. He has been stopped
by Lloyd Marshall and Walcott.
His over-all record is 86-10-1.
Rooky, in seven years of pro

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Marciano probably will hit 186
pounds and Charles 189 in the noon
weigh-in in the Madison Square
Garden ring.
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LEGAL NOTICES
jrmr! T COURT OF THE
Jl DICIAIi CIRCIIT OP THF
FWR'D"* K
chlTscLb ot I*
Cm* Xo. 18-1151
DAVID P. STRYKER
Plaintiff,
MARY A* STRYKER, DIVORCE
NOTICE BY 'IMPLICATION
TO: MARY A. STRYKER
General Delivery, Providence,
Rhode Island.
YOU are HEREBY NOTIFIED
that suit for divorce has been filed
aga.nst you herein and you are
required to serve a copy of vour
Answer on Attorneys for Plaintiff
.A, th orslnl thereof with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 15th day of Julv,
1954* otherwise Decree Pro Confesso
will be entered against you.
,.P A T c ?,?.* at Key West Florida,
this 15th day of June, 1954.
(seal) earl r. adams.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
By: (ad) HERMAN CEREZO.
NEBLETT & YOUMA si* 1 Clerk
Attorneys Ufor Plaintiff,
419 Southard Street, 9
Key West, Florida.
June 17-24;- july 1-8, 1954. ;
NOTICE OF APPLICATION For
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Arts of I*l
NOTICE rs HEREBY GIVEN that
I. J. Tyson, 224 Duval Street, Key
West, Florida, holder of Monroe
County Tax Certificate No. 327 is-
the First day of June, A. D.
1962, has. filed same in my office,
and has inade application for a
tax deed to be issued thereon Said
Certificate embraces the following
described property in the Countv of
Monroe, State of Florida, to-wit:
Lot 1, Square 10 of Palm Villa,
Big Pine Key, PB 1-89 Lida R.
Calkins Et A1 Sub Lot V Sec.
23; Twp. 66S R 29 E D2-415
The assessment of said property
under said certificate was in the
name of: Carrie E. Howington
Unless j, said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the pro property
perty property described herein will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Court
House door. on the first Monday in
the montif of August, 1954, which
is the Second day of August, 1954.
Dated this 15th day of June, 1954.
(Circuit EARL R. ADAMS,
Court Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court,
Monroe County, Florida.
June 17-24; July 1-8, 1954,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Arts of I*4l
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I. J, Tyson, 224 Duval Street, Key
West, Florida, holder of Monroe
County Tax Certificate No. 328 is issued
sued issued the First day of June, A. D.
1952, has filed same in my office,
hjid has made application for a
tax deed to be issued thereon Said
Certificate embraces the following
described property In the Countv of
Monroe, State of Florida, to-wit:
Lot 24, Square 10 Pakn Villa,
Big Pine ICev, PB 1-89 Lida R.
Calkiqs Et A1 Sub Lot 1 Sec.
21: S R 29 E D2-415
The assessment of said property
under said certificate was in the
name of: Carrie E. Howington
Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the pro property
perty property described herein will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Court
House door on the first Monday in
the month of August, 1954, which
Is the Second day of August. 1904.
Dated this 16th day of June, 1954.
(Circuit EARL R. ADAMS.
Court Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court,
Monroe County, Florida.
June 17-24;July 1-8, 1954.
NOTICE of APPLICATION FOR
2. TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of I*4l
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
J. C. Reilly holder of County Tax
Certificate No. 327 Issued the First
day of June, A. D. 1949, has filed
same in my office, and has made
application for a tax deed to be is issued
sued issued thereon Said Certificate em embraces
braces embraces the following described pro property
perty property In the County of Monroe,
State of"Florida, to-wit:
Key riser go City Cottage Site
Park Plat No. 6 Pt. Sec. 29 TWP
60 S 40E PB 2-3 Lot 9, Square
3, (3-17-161-162 As Recorded in
Monroe County Records
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in
the name of: A.. C. Gosnell
Unless said certificate shall he
redeemed according to law, the
property described herein will be
sold to the highest bidder at the
Court House door on the first Mon Monday
day Monday in the month of August, 1954,
which Is the Second dav of August,
1954.
Dated this Bth day of June, 1954.
(Circuit, EARL R. ADAMS,
Court Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court,
Monroe County, Florida.
June 17-24; July 1-8, 1954.

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LEGAL NOTICES
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA*
IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 13-73.1
STEPHEN H. JANOVAK,
Plaintiff,
vs. DIVORCE
HILDEGARD JANOVAK,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MRS. HILDEGARD JANOVAK
2374 Rosewood Avenue
Ardmore, Winston-Salem, N.
Carolina.
You are hereby notified that Pe Petition
tition Petition for Change of Final Deere*
has been filed in the above cause,
and vou are hereby required to
serve a copy of vour Answer to th*
Petition on the Plaintiff's attorney,
and file the original Answer In th*
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 2nd day of
July, 1954, in default of which the
allegations in said Petition will t>*
taken as confessed against you.
This Notice shall be published for
4 consecutive weeks in The Key
West Citisen, a newspaper publish published
ed published in Monroe County, Florida.
DONE and ORDERED at Key
West, Monroe County, Florida, thl*
2nd day of June, A. D. 1954.
(Circuit EARL R. ADAMS,
Court Seal) Clerk, Circuit Court
Monroe County,Florida.
By: (sd) HERMAN CEREZO
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of Plaintiffs
attorney:
M. IGNATIUS LESTER,
420 Fleming Street,
Key West, Florida.
June 2-10-17-14, 1964.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
Case No. 13-10 M
CHARLES BAGGY,
Plaintiff.
vs. DIVORCE
RITA MARIE BAGGY.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RITA MARIE BAGGY
Box No. 132
Shoaf, Pennsylvania
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED
and REQUIRED to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Complaint for
Divorce on the Plaintiffs Solicitor,
and file the original Answer in th*
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, on or before the 28th dav of
June. A. D. 1954, in the above en entitled
titled entitled cause, otherwise the allega allegations
tions allegations therein contained will be tak taken
en taken as confessed.
DONE AND ORDERED at Key
West, Monroe County, Florida, thl*
26th day of May, A. D. 1964.
(Seal) EARL R. ADAMS,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Monroe County, Florida.
By: (s) Florence E. Sawyer,
Deputy Clerk.
RALPH CUNNINGHAM
P. O. Box 511
Marathon, Florida.
may 27: June 3-10-17, 1964

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP* THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
Cun* No. 13-1070
JOHN E. SOLLOWAY,
Plaintiff.
vs. DIVORCE
HAZEL H. SOLLOWAY,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HAZEL H. SOLLAWAY,
4837 Washington Avenue,
Newport News, Virginia.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that suit tor divorce has been filed
against yo* vou are re required
quired required to serve, a copy of your
answer on £9iRjQiTE ESQUINAL ESQUINALDO,
DO, ESQUINALDO, JR.. SOfPWhltenead Street, Key
West, Florida, Attorney for Plain Plaintiff,
tiff, Plaintiff, and flto the original thereof
with the Clerk of this Court on or
before the 15th dav of June, A. D.
1854, otherwise a Decree Pro Con Confesso
fesso Confesso will be entered against you.
Kev West, Monroe County, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. kay 26, 1954.
(SEAL) EARL R. ADAMS,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: (sd) HERMAN CEREZO
Deputy Clerk
may 27; June 1-10-17, 1954.

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Local Radio Hams Will Join
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Beginning at 4 p. m. Saturday Saturdaythe
the Saturdaythe Key West Radio Amateur Club,
W4LLO, will gain take part k the
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What is Field Day? It is a day
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thought of preparing themselves to
render public service in times of
emergencies. It is a test of using
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The annual Day event will
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continuous radio operating. Ama Amateur
teur Amateur radio operators are proud of
their hobby in that it is a means
of gaining personal skill n the fas fascinating
cinating fascinating art of electronics and an
opportunity to communicate with
fellow citizens by private short shortwave
wave shortwave radio.
The Army and Navy seek the
cooperation of the amateur in de developing
veloping developing communication reserves.
Amateur radio supports a manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing industry which, by the
very demands of amateurs for the
latest and best equipment, is al always
ways always up-to-date in its designs and
production techniques in itself
a national asset. Amateurs have
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their heroic performances in times
of natural disaster. It is for this
type of work that the annual Field
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Regular visitors of Key West's
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Paris Theater
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Language Device
PARIS m A Park theater k
experimenting with a UJf.-typc
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English-speaking visitors who don't
know French.
The gadget is a tiny earphone
similar to the simultaneous trans translation
lation translation system used by delegates
and visitors at U.N. meetings. Un Unlike
like Unlike the U.N. sets, however, the re receiver
ceiver receiver is held to the ear (no head headset
set headset to muss madgmes coiffure),
and only one language English
is offered.
The translation comes from a
recording whose speed is regulated
a* the play progresses. Exper Experimentally,
imentally, Experimentally, 20 of the sets have been
installed in the 000-teat Comedie
des Champs Elysees, now playing
* revival of Marcel Aymes popu popular
lar popular comedy "Clerambard."
Bilingual theatergoers say the
translation k good, and funny, but
the volume cant be regulated and
the record doesnt always keep
pace with the action.

Johnston Reports
Jordan Progress
. CAIRO, Egypt cnPresident Ei Eisenhowers
senhowers Eisenhowers special envoy k the
Eric Jobato . uy>
substantial progress" has been
made toward working out a plan
for joint Israeli-Arab development
of the Jordan river,
Johnston announeed yesterday
after faqr days of conferences here
wift representatives of Egypt, Jor Jordan,
dan, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria that "an
****sf P 1 may be formult formulted
ed formulted in the ner future.
He said Israels Arab neighbors
had rejected an American plan for
the Jordan watershed. Alternate
Arab and Israeli programs also
have been proposed.
Johnston leaves Friday far Tel
Aviv to hold talks with Israeli
officials.
The distance from the Earth
to

Page 7

WASHINGTON (E-Its hard to
cause astonishment with new mis misgivings
givings misgivings shout Communist infiltra infiltration
tion infiltration of the government. This city
has become a breeding ground far
doubt and suspicion.
But it happens. It happened
twice within a few days and in
both cases, one real and one imagi imaginary,
nary, imaginary, the misgivings involved the
Atomic Energy Commission, which
directs (be nations whole atomic
program.
Early lilt week a special board
of inquiry, found that Dr. J. Rob Robert
ert Robert Oppeohebner, one of the
worlds great theoretical physi physicists,
cists, physicists, was loyal, highly discreet, s
great keeper of secrets but butthe
the butthe boe*d decided 2-1 Oppen Oppenheimer
heimer Oppenheimer no longer should be en entrusted
trusted entrusted with secret information by
the AEC. Oppeuheimer directed
this countrys development of the
A-homb dining the war and haa
boon a oeneuKant to the AEC ever
since. The fall five-man AEC has
decided to review the boards
ruling.
A few days later Rep. W. Ster Sterling
ling Sterling Cole (R-NY) raised a night nightmfrifh
mfrifh nightmfrifh question about the AEC,
whose members art picked by the
President himself.
This was it: suppose someday
one or more of the five commis commissioners
sioners commissioners should turn out to be a se security
curity security risk and not entitled to all
the atomic information given the
other commissioners.
Cole is chairman of tfa# Senate-
House Committee on Atomic En Energy,
ergy, Energy, which acts as watchdog on
the A?C.
The committee k considering an
administration bill to make aomt
changes k the basic Atomic En Energy
ergy Energy Act pissed in IM6. All five
members of the AEC have testi testified.
fied. testified.

Oof of them, Thomas S. Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, said ha would like the law, if
it is amended, to say dearly that
"all members of the commission
shall have equal authority and re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility ... and full access to
all information.
Murray, together with Henry D.
Smyth and Eugene M. Zuckert,
had been appointed to the com commission
mission commission by former President Tru Truman.
man. Truman. President Eisenhower has
appointed the other two: Adm.
Campbell.
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voiced fear that some of the lan language
guage language in the bill-saying the chair chairman,
man, chairman, in this case Strauss, should
be the principal officerwould
make Strauss a czar and cut the
other members out of some vital
decisions.
Murray expressed opposition to
this ides and complained that
Strauss had taken a number of ac actions
tions actions without consulting the other
members.
At this point Cole stepped in to
say he was willing for the law to
say all the members of the com commission
mission commission should have equal respon responsibility
sibility responsibility and authority, as Murray
suggested. But he added:
l am not quite so willing to ac accept
cept accept the latter part of it (Murrays
suggestion that all five members
have equal access to hrfor hrformaiion).
maiion). hrformaiion).
Why shouldnt all fiv commis commissioners,
sioners, commissioners, if theyre going to run the
atomic energy program, have full
knowledge of whats being planned
and done?
Cole said because it would
"render helpless a commission
which at some time in the future
by majority vote might determine*
that one or two of the five com commissioners
missioners commissioners should not have certain
information.
At this point Rep. Chet HWifield
(D-Calif) said he was "astound "astounded."
ed." "astounded." He asked Cole if he meant
to suggest that someday some in individual
dividual individual member of the AEC itself
might be considered loyal and dis discreet
creet discreet but a security risk.
Cole said he had something Hke
that in mind. So, instead of having
the law say all members must
have all information on toe atomic
program, he said a majority of
the board should decide who
among them was entitled to have
it.
If he had carried his thinking
one step further it would have
come to this: maybe someday a
majority of the five-man AEC
might be security risks for, if one
or two could be risks, then three or
four or all five might be.
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The asteroid, Eros, sometimes
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of the earth.

Rosen Returns
To Civilian Life
Lt. (jg) Richard S. Rosen, USNR,
son of Mrs. S. T. Sapiro of 3029
BrickeU ave., Miami, will return
to civilian life following his release
to inactive duty from the Key West
Naval Station yesterday.
He has served in the Key West
area for the past 20 months as
Naval Station Disbursing Officer.
Lt. Rosen entered the Naval
service in July 1952 through the
Naval Reserve Officer Training
Corps. He then completed the Nav Naval
al Naval Supply Corps School at Oakland,
Calif.
A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High School in 1948, he
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ence Science degree in Commerce from
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Security Review Of Atomic Scientist Was Aimed At Heading
Off Possible Congressional Probe, Reliable Sources Reveal

By RUSSELL BRINES
WASHINGTON OflCongreisional
Sources said today ohe reason the
administration decided to conduct
a security review of atomic'icien atomic'icientist
tist atomic'icientist J. Robert Oppenheimer was to
head off a possible congreaonal
probe.
William L. Borden wrote tha FBI
Nov. 7, 1953, after resigning ai ex executive
ecutive executive director of the Seaate-
House Atomic Energy Committee,
that his study convinced him Op Oppenheimer
penheimer Oppenheimer more probably than
not ... is an agent of the Soviet
Union. The letter was made pub public
lic public Tuesday night in the transcript
of the Oppenheimer hearings be before
fore before a special three-man review
board. Many scientists who testi testified
fied testified called Oppenheimer, a princi principal
pal principal developer of the atomic bomb,
both loyal and an excellent security
risk.
Informed congressional sources
who declined to be quoted by name
said copies of Bordens letter came
into possession of investigating
committees headed by Senators
McCarthy (R-Wis) and Jenner (R-
Ind). McCarthy has spoken of look looking
ing looking into Oppenheimers past record
nd, before the security review was
announced, mentioned an 18-month
delay in development of the hy hydrogen
drogen hydrogen bomb.
Partisan Politics Feared
The informants said sonje con congressmen

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gressmen congressmen feared any Capitol Hill
probe might throw the case into
public partisan politics and that
they led a backstage move to place
it before a special board.
The Atomic Energy Commission
set up a three-man panel headed
by Gordon Gray, president of the
University of North Carolina, which
held extensive hearings. It voted
2-1 not to lift Oppenheimers pres present
ent present denial of access to secret ma material,
terial, material, while holding unanimously
that he is loyal and discreet.
The boards findings are subject
to a final review by the five-man
AEC, which has promised to rule
sometime this month.
The apparently unprecedented
publication of the full security pan panel
el panel hearings, meanwhile, showed
that atomic scientist I. I. Rabi of
Columbia University voiced fear
that controversy over the Oppen Oppenheime:
heime:- Oppenheime: case may result in free tips
to the Russians on how to perfect
the H-bomb.
Dr. Rabi, chairman of the AECs
General Advisory Committeea
post Oppenheimer held in the post postwar
war postwar yearsmade it plain he does
not think the Russians have per perfected
fected perfected an H-bomb.
AEC Chairman Lewis L. Strauss
has said the Russians have explod exploded
ed exploded a weapon or device involving
fusion, the hydrogen bomb process.
His use of the word device sug suggested

gested suggested it might be only a labora-'
tory-type model.
H-Bomb Speculation
Rabi testified in the Oppenheim Oppenheimer
er Oppenheimer hearings he was pretty certain
the Russians would perfect the H Hbomb
bomb Hbomb in time, and he added:
What I am afraid of is this
controversy over this case may
hasten the day because of the sort
of attrition of the security of tech technical
nical technical informationall sorts of stuff
appearing in the newspapers and
magazines and so on that sort of
skirts around it (the H-bomb).
You know you have a filter sys system
tem system for information. You put bits
and pieces together. They (the
Russians) already know some sometiling
tiling sometiling ...
When Borden, now with Westing Westinghouse
house Westinghouse Electric Corp., sent his let letter
ter letter about Oppenheimer to the FBI,
members of the congressional ato atomic
mic atomic committee were informed of it.
Those who could be reached de declined
clined declined comment today.
It represented his own think thinking,
ing, thinking, said Rep. Price (D-H1).
Meanwhile, Rep. Hinshaw (R-
Calif) said the committee was in informed
formed informed officially that AEC Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Eugene M. Zuckert had
lost a semisecret 100-page sum summary
mary summary of the Oppenheimer testi testimony
mony testimony and that this was one reason
for releasing the full transcript.
Hinshaw said Zuckert took the

summary with him Friday to Stam Stamford,
ford, Stamford, Conn., then noticed it was
missing when he left the train. He
said the summary was located Sun Sunday
day Sunday in the lost-and-found depart department
ment department of an unspecified railroad
station.
It contained exempts from the
then unpublished Oppenheimer tes testimony
timony testimony and some FBI documents
that still have not been released,
Hinshaw said in an interview.
The congressman said the AEC
then voted 4-1 to release the tran transcript,
script, transcript, on grounds that its secrecy
might already be compromised and
after learning that Oppenheimera
attorneys intended releasing part
of it
Zuckert was not available for
comment.
Sen. Hickenlooper (R Iowa),
committee vke chairman, said toe
group probably would take a look
into this (Zuckert) matter.
REALLY SCARED
KENMORE, N.Y. (*-Whitey, a
9-year-old collie, started running
when a thunderstorm began yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. A woman caught him 45
minutes later nine miles away
in downtown Buffalo.
Whiteys address was on his col collar.
lar. collar. The SPCA returned him to
owner Daniel Gruber.
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Guatemala Calls On Honduras
To Stop Massing Of Anti-Red
Exiles For Guzman Assault

r SAM SUMMERLIN
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras UR
Guatemala called on Honduras last
night to stop anti-Red Guatemalan
exiles reported massing on the bor border
der border tor an assault against Presi President
dent President Jacobo Arbenz Guzmans
Communist-influenced regime.
The appeal was made by Guate Guatemalan
malan Guatemalan Ambassador Amadeo Chin Chinchilla
chilla Chinchilla to Honduran Foreign Mini*,
ter J. Edgardo Valenzuela as re reports
ports reports here and in other Central
American nations indicated n show showdown
down showdown might be imminent between
the Arbenz government and its an anti-Communist
ti-Communist anti-Communist opposition nt home
and abroad.
We have reports that well wellequipped
equipped wellequipped soldiers carrying guns
are being flown and driven by car
to points near our border, Chin Chinchilla
chilla Chinchilla told newemen. They are
being flown in chartered planes.
The Guatemalan envoy said Val Valenzuela
enzuela Valenzuela hid given him assurances
that Honduras will prevent any
incidents at the border and has
given orders for seizure of any
arms there.
Reports here and abroad indicat indicated
ed indicated toe anti-Arbenz forces were

Thursday, June 17, 1954

pushing their preparations for a
try at unseating the Guatemalan
regime. Among these were:
1. Dispatches from Belize, Brit British
ish British Honduras, quoted Guatemalan
exile sources there as saying anti anticommunist
communist anticommunist parachute troops al already
ready already have been dropped into Gua Guatemala.
temala. Guatemala. The sources gave no de details.
tails. details.
2. Usually reliable sources here
said Guatemalan exiles are being
airlifted to points near the bor border.
der. border. Several planeloads of men
dressed in khaki reportedly were
flown out of Tegucigalpa yesterday
and an unknown number earlier.
The sources also said a well-armed
boat left the Honduran port of La
Ceiba yesterday, apparently for a
strike at Puerto Barrios in Guate Guatemala.
mala. Guatemala.
3. A close aide to Carlos Castillo
Armas, head of the Guatemalan ex exile
ile exile movement here, claimed 5,000
anti-Arbenz men stand ready along
the frontiers of El Salvador and
Honduras and at least 50,000 sup supporters
porters supporters inside Guatemala will rise
up to fight with us when the mo moment
ment moment comes.
4. Castillo Armas, in a message
to his Guatemalan compatriots,
said he would be with them very
shortly. The exile leader called
on the Guatemalan people to pre prevent
vent prevent Arbenz and his aides from
fleeing.
Chinchilla told newsmen it was
rumored the Castillo Armas forces
would start fighting Friday.
A dispatch from Associated Press
Correspondent Jack Rutledge in
Guatemala, delayed five hours by
the new strict censorship, reported
last night that the capital city was
quiet and international airlines had
resumed normal service after a
temporary government ordered
halt.
The dispatch said authorities
were pushing plans for massive
demonstrations tomorrow to show
the solidarity of the people behind
the Arbenz regime. Rutledge said
100,000 persons were expected to
throng Guatemala Citys narrow
streets.
The Guatemalan general staff
and the presidential office earlier
yesterday denied a report that the
army had given Arbenz 24 hours
to resign. A joint statement said
the army is giving all its support
to Citizen President Arbenz.
El Salvadors embassy in Guate Guatemala
mala Guatemala City was reported bulging
with 24 refugees who sought asylum
there from the government round roundup.
up. roundup. Exile sources say 600 or more
opponents of Arbenz and toe Com Communists
munists Communists already are under arrest.
The govefcment reportedly has
granted safe conduct for 18 of those
in the Salvadorean Embassy to
leave the country. Several other
oppositionists already have made
their escape via this route.
Guatemalan exiles in Tegucigal Tegucigalpa
pa Tegucigalpa made no secret of their military
preparations. Men dressed in fresh
khaki but wearing no insignia
walked the streets and gathered at
the citys airport. They were seen
boarding planes without any ap apparent
parent apparent effort to hide their move movements.
ments. movements.

CONGRESS
HIGHLIGHTS
WASHINGTON UP) The curtain
may drop in this 36th day of tele televised
vised televised Senate hearings on the row
between Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis)
and high Army officials. McCarthy
is due back on the stand.
Defense The Senate continues
debate on a bill carrying more than
29 billion dollars for national de defense
fense defense during the fiscal year that
starts July 1. Passage may come
during the day.
During discussion yesterday, Sen.
Gore (D-Tenn) said the pared-down
Eisenhower administration defense
budget was a terrible gamble
with the security of the United
States and the free world. At least
one Democratic move is in the
works aimed at adding millions of
dollars to the bills total.
SURPLUS The House has ap approved
proved approved a bill to authorize the sale
or gift of $1,300,000,000 worth of
surplus farm products to friendly
nations. Of the total, a billion dol dollars
lars dollars worth could be sold, the rest
given away. The program would
last three years.
Early Start
CLYDE, N.C. tf>Elmer Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Mason, 30, will be tried here
July 12 on a charge of letting an
unlicensed minorhis sondrive
his car.
State Patrolman W. R. Wooden,
who made the arrest, said he saw
the Mason car going about 30 miles
an hour with a driver who looked
a bit short in the saddle. Mason
protested that his son is a capable
driver who also runs a farm
tractor.
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The
Weatherman
Says
Kty Wert and Vicinity: Partly
cloudy today thru Friday; isolat isolated
ed isolated showers or thundershowers.
Continued warm. Low tonight a about
bout about 70-71 degrees; high Friday
near M to degrees. Light to mod moderate
erate moderate variable winds mostly south southerly
erly southerly to westerly, freshening in vic vicinity
inity vicinity of showers.
Florida: Considerable cloudiness
with scattered showers and thun thunderthowers
derthowers thunderthowers today becoming partly
cloudy with only widely scattered
mostly afternoon thundershowers
Friday, little change in tempera temperature.
ture. temperature.
Jacksonville thru the Florida
Straits: Gentle to moderate winds,
easterly over north portion and
variable mostly southerly today
and easterly Friday over south
portion. Mostly cloudy with occa occasional
sional occasional showers today becoming
partly cloudy with widely scatter scattered
ed scattered showers Friday.
East Gulf: Gentle to moderate
variable mostly easterly winds
thru Friday. Partly cloudy weath weather.
er. weather. Few showers today.
Western Caribbean: Light to
moderate easterly winds thru Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Partly cloudy With very wide widely
ly widely scattered showers.
Weather summary for the tropi tropical
cal tropical Atlantic, Caribbean Sea Area
and the Eastern Gulf of Mexico:
Pressure gradient is flat and winds
gentle to moderate variable most mostly
ly mostly easterly over the area. Very
weak small low pressure that has
been stagnant near south Florida
expected to gradually work north northeastward
eastward northeastward as pressures slowly rise
over Southeast
Observation taken at Port Office
Building, 7>QO JLM* EBT,
Key Wert, Fla., June 17,1954
Temperatures
Highest yesterday 88
Lowest last night 76
Mean 82
Normal 83
Precipitation
Total last 14 hours .0 ins.
Total this month 4.50 ins.
Excess this month 2.45 ins.
Total this year 20.50 ins.
Excess this year 4... 8.57 ins.
Belative Humidity, 7 AJL
n%
Barometer (Sea Level), 7 AM,
29.94 in 5.1013.9 mbs.
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TODAYS
STOCK MARKET
NEW YORK, m The stock
market was higher todayadding
to the new peaks attained yester yesterdaybut
daybut yesterdaybut trading was quiet in early
dealings.
Yesterday the market hit its
highest point on average since 1929.
The Associated Press average of
60 stocks gained 80 cents at $125.80,
a new 1954 high and the best since
Oct 25, 1929.
Prices were up around a point
today at the opening with small
minus signs dotting the list. Trad Trading
ing Trading was fast at the start and then
slowed wih prices holding their
own.
General Electric, yesterdays
most active issue up 1, opened
today on 4,000 shares up Vk at
4214 and then moved still higher.
Major divisions higher or largely
higher included the electrical
equipments, steels, motors, rubbers
aircrafts, chemicals, railroads, oils
and utilities.
Among higher stocks were U.S.
Steel, Chrysler, Boeing, Consoli Consolidated
dated Consolidated Natural Gas, Union Carbide,
Westbighouse Electric, Santa Fe,
and Standard Oil (NJ).
Summer Roll Mounts
GAINESVILLE WlUniversity of
Florida summer school enrollment
is 3,767 compared to last years
3,522. The eight-weeks session be began
gan began Tuesday.
Su nset p m
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TOMORROWS "*
TIDES
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High Tides Low Tides
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p.m. 5:34 p.m,
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Wrong-Way Move
For Army Man
KANSAS CITY (ATSgt. Henry C.
Butcher, 34, a soldier 11 years, says
the Army promised to send him to
Germany when he reenlisted.
So he and his German-born wife
planned happily for the move. Dur During
ing During his last two years of duty at
Ft. Riley, Kan., Mrs. Butcher
worked in an Abilene, Kan., bank
and saved money for the trip to
see her parents again.
It didnt quite work out that way,
though. Today the sergeant shoves
off for Japan.
His 'wife and their 2-year-old
daughter are going to Germany for
a visit anyhow.
french report
(Continued From Page One)
bases, some only 10 to 15 miles
northeast of this French Union war
capital.
Fighters and 826 bombers plas plastered
tered plastered upwards of 50 tones of high
explosives and napalm fire bombs
on Vietminh concentrations and
bases in the Hai Duong area, the
halfway point on the vital highway
and rail route for American sup supplies
plies supplies from the port of Haiphong to
Hanoi.
Other warplanes bombed and
strafed rebel ammunition and sup supply
ply supply convoys moving over routes
leading from fallen Dien Bien Phu
toward the delta.
The Vietminh are bringing up
supplies for expected assault
jumpoffs.
CITY MAY BAN
(Continued From Page One)
Streets, (between Whitehead and
Elizabeth Streets); along Fleming
Street, (between Whitehead and
Thomas Street); along Thomas
Street (in the block between Flem Fleming
ing Fleming and Southard Streets).
Safety Committee
The commission accepted these
proposals submitted by the Safety
Committee:
INSTALL no parking signs with
arrows instead of painting curbs
yellow in no-parking areas.
INSTRUCT the city manager
to confer with the State Highway
Patrol to determine whether or not
the speed limit on Roosevelt Bou Boulevard
levard Boulevard should be adjusted.
CONSIDER parking restrictions
on Roosevelt Boulevard near the
charter boat docks.
INSTALL distinctive signs mark marking
ing marking one-way streets.
ADJUST all signal lights so that
the lights will go from green to
yellow to red, but straight from
red to green.

man is convicted
IN MURDER PLOT
JACKSONVILLE Ufh- A Circuit
Court jury yesterday convicted
Fred Kinnie of first degree mur murder
der murder in the slaying of Willie Fudge
in an alleged plot tp collect, his
insurance.
Kinnie was. accused in the mur murder
der murder conspiracy along with Mrs.
Azzie Lee Fudge, wife of the vic victim;
tim; victim; and Will Calhoun, her fa father.
ther. father. Mrs. Fudge and Calhoun have
not yet been tried. All are Negroes.
VERDICT ON MRS.
(Continued from Page One)
three men on five counts of as assault
sault assault with a dangerous weapon,
whispered when she heard the
verdict:
I dont see why they dont con convict
vict convict me too.
With five charges of assault with
intent to kill still outstanding
against the woman defendant, U.S.
Dist. Judge Alexander Holtzoff
sent the jury home for the night
and told them to return today
to pass final judgment.
Mrs. Lebrons fellow Puerto Ri Ricans
cans Ricans gave no show of emotion up upon
on upon hearing the verdict, which car carries
ries carries a maximum penalty of 75
years in prison. But soon after afterwards
wards afterwards Cancel and Cordero chatted
and smiled, and Flores, although
not smiling, joined briefly in the
conversation./
All four admit to opening up
with wild pistol fire from the
House gallery. Five congressmen
were wounded. But the Puerto Ri Rican
can Rican Nationalists say they meant
to kill or harm no one, their only
aim being to dramatize their de demand
mand demand for Puerto Rican indepen independence.
dence. independence.
Under the law, each defendant
could possibly receive a sentence
of up to 10 years apiece on each
of tl\e weapons counts and 15
years apiece on each of the in intent-to-kill
tent-to-kill intent-to-kill counts, or a maximum
of 125 years. The judge has dis discretion
cretion discretion as to whether the sentences
should run concurrently, however,
and Judge Holtzoff has announced
he will not impose a total of more
than the 75 years allowable under
the intent-to-kill finding.

HEARINGS ARE LAID.
(Continued from Page One)
camps counter charges the Army
tried to use Schine as a hos hostage
tage hostage to stop the McCarthy sub subcommittees
committees subcommittees investigation of Com Communists
munists Communists in the Army.
Schine, wealthy New Yorker,
was an unpaid consultant on Mc-
Carthys staff until drafted last
November.
James D. St. Clair, assistant to
Army Counsel Welch, hammered
particularly at McCarthys story
that Army Counselor John G.
Adams tried to blackmail Mm
the night of Jan. 22 into dropping
a planned investigation of Army
loyalty board members.
St. Clair pointed out a presiden presidential
tial presidential order stood in the way of Mc-
Carthys getting full testimony
from loyalty board members.
Stick* To Story
Nevertheless, McCarthy stuck to
his story of the alleged black blackmail
mail blackmail attempt.
McCarthy charged the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats with responsibility for the
hearings during a heated exchange
with Sen. McClellan (D-Ark) in
which McCarthy accused McClel McClellan
lan McClellan and Symington of insincerity
in their protestations of piety at
the hearings.
The Wisconsin senator said it
had been clearly shown that the
hearings of the row were the
result of urging by Sen. Symington
and what urging there was on the
part of Clark Clifford; the legal
counsel and top adviser of the
Democrat party.
And McCarthy suggested Mc-
Clellan take Symington out to the
woodshed and say: *Now, Stu,
lets you and I go on Am stand.
McCarthy said that would be the
only way to get aU the facts on
the table.
Public "Disgusted ..
McClellan said he fait some of
the proceedings have disgusted
the public.
The American people have a
right to expect the Senate to con conduct
duct conduct its proceedings wKh dignity
and solemnity, McClellan said.
McClellan particularly com complained
plained complained of attempts to ridicule
and to smear.
McClellan said that unless Clif Clifford,
ford, Clifford, G. David Schine and Maj.
Gen. Kirke B. Lawton are called
as witnesses, all the facts can
never be developed.
Winding up his speech, McClellan
said: I am a Democrat but I
place the security and welfare of
the country above any' party.
The Democrats once tried to
have Clifford called as a witness,
but were voted down 44 by the
Republicans. v
Symington accused McCarthy of
bringing up all manner of diver diversions
sions diversions to sidetrack the investigation.
He referred * ne point to di diversion
version diversion No. 1027.**
McCarthy said the Democrats
were making protestations of
piety while at the same time de deliberately
liberately deliberately concealing valuable in information.
formation. information.
McCarthy said no one is as
unhappy as my Democratic friends
when it appears there fc some
possibility of ending this investi investigation."
gation." investigation."
As the wrangling grew hi bitter bitteraess,
aess, bitteraess, Army Counsel Welch spoke
I "d the committee
that Mr. St. Clair and I came here
thu morning hoping that we might
ask an occasional question ... I
am almost numb from what T have
heard.

SRD FIRES AUDIT
(Continued from Page One)
Board who had asked for informa information
tion information on the departments finances.
Although Wells said he wrote it,
the letter was signed by his su superior,
perior, superior, SRD General Auditor W.
A. Williams.
It said there will be little or
no primary state funds available
for matching primary federal
funds during the remainder of thif
year.
About a week after it was writ written
ten written a newspaper reporter found it
and published it. Collins used it
to support his contention that the
Johns road board couldnt carry
out his highway building commit commitments
ments commitments with funds available this
year and to criticize the board for
failing to match federal road mon money.
ey. money.
After the election Wells, at a
conference in Johns office, hand handed
ed handed out a statement that he was
retracting any language giving a
false impression that the road
deprtment cannot carry out its
budget for the year 1954.
He said then his statement in
the letter to McKetban was pred predicated
icated predicated upon a hypothetical ac accounting
counting accounting practice rather than upon
the actual situation which must, of
necessity, take into consideration
the continuing aspects of the State
Road Department operations.
8080 GOES TO RENO
(Continued from Page One)
Sears Jr., scion of an old Boston
mercantile family.
The marriage was the first for
Rockefeller, 42, a grandson of John
D. Rockefeller who built a for fortune
tune fortune in oil.
The couple split in less than two
years and had wrangled since over
terms of a settlement.
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top diplomats to get away from
Geneva.
Informed quarters said they
probably would agree on some sort
of standby group to remain here
indefinitely while talks continue
between military representatives
the high commands of the rival
forces.
Bidault met this morning with
representatives of the three Asso Associated
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Nam, Laos and Cambodiaand
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as major issues were concerned.
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antees return of Drake to the
Navy after the trial or after com completion
pletion completion of a sentence.
The sheriffs office says it has
no authority to sign such an agree agreement.
ment. agreement.
' The dead woman was Mrs. She Shelia
lia Shelia Perren, wife of George A. Per Perren,
ren, Perren, a sailor stationed aboard a
submarine.
Drakes wife, Edith Lucille, lives
in Bloomington, Ind.

DEATHS
MRS. NELLIE MARRERO
Mrs. Nellie Marrero, 65, died
last night at the Monroe General
Hospital after a short illness. Mrs.
Marrero lived at 1119 Petronia
Street.
Survivors are the husband, Fe Felipe
lipe Felipe Marrero; three sisters, Mrs.
William Spencer, Mrs. Charles
Sweeting and Mrs. Bertram Mil Milford
ford Milford and one brother, Harry Lones.
Funeral services will be held
Sunday afternoon at 4:30 in the
Chapel of Pritchard Funeral Home
with Father John Armfield of St
Pauls Episcopal Church officiat officiating.
ing. officiating. Burial will be in the family
plot in City Cemetery.
OSCAR B. CRUZ
Oscar B. Cruz, 56, died Tuesday
at St. Francis Hospital, Miami
Beach, after a short illness.
The body was brought to Key
West for funeral services which
will be held tomorrow afternoon at
5:30 at Fleming St. Methodist
Church. The body will be placed
in the church at 2:30 p. m. The
Rev. James E. Statham will offi officiate
ciate officiate at the services. Burial will
be in the family plot in City Ceme Cemetery.
tery. Cemetery. Lopez Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
Survivors are the wife. Mrs. Ma Mary
ry Mary Cruz; three sons, Robert Cruz,
Oscar B. Cruz, Jr., and John
Cruz; two sisters, Mrs. Florine Ar Archer,
cher, Archer, Tampa, Fla., and Mrs. Ev Everett
erett Everett R. Rivas; four brothers, Al Albert
bert Albert Cruz, Hubert Cruz, Frank
Cruz, Miami, and Jack Cruz; and
five grandchildren.
Mr. Cruz was a member of the
Key West Volunteer Fire Depart Department
ment Department and Key West Lodge 551,
B. P. O. Elks. The Elks will hold
graveside services.

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Page 10

LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious
name of A ft B Construction C 0.,"
Box 493, Islamorada, Florida, in intends
tends intends to register the said fictitious
name with the Clerk of the Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit Court of Monroe County, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida.
Dated June 9, 1954.
L. W. KICAISE,
HOWARD ANDREWS,
Sols Owners.
June 10-17-14, July 1, 1954
in the Circuit court OF the
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
, Case No. IS-11M
1 the Matter of the adoption of
ELIZABETH ANN PARCELL,
A Minor.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
the STATE of FLORIDA to Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Parcell, care of Mrs. James
Parcell, RFD No. 1. Gonic, New
Hampshire, as father and natural
parent of the said Elizabeth Ann
Parcell, a minor.
.. You are hereby notified that a pe petition
tition petition for' the Adoption of Elisa Elisabeth
beth Elisabeth Ann Parcell, a minor, has been
filed in the Circuit Court 'of the
Sixteenth Judicial Circuit of the
State of Florida, in and for Mon Monroe
roe Monroe County, In Chancery, by Harry.
Olsen, and you are hereby required
to be and appear in said Court on
the 9th day of July, A. D. 1954 and
to show cause, If anv vou can, why
aid petition should not be granted.
Dated at Key West, Florida this
tth day of June, A. Y>. 1954.
_ (Circuit (sd) EARL R. ADAMS
Court Seal) As Clerk of said Court
june 10-17-84, July 1, 1964
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice Is Hereby Given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
of "Bernards Office Supply and
Stationers," located at 519 Fleming
Street. Key West, Florida. Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Men Menoe
oe Menoe County, Florida.
Dated June 9, 1954.
BERNARD COHEN,
June 10-17-84, July 1, own r
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THR
lth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF TH*
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR MONROE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
Case Ne. 13-1187
KENNETH W. ROTH,
Plaintiff,
B. DIVORCE
PATRICIA ROTH,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: PATRICIA ROTH,
General Delivery,
Sacramento, California.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that suit for divorce has been filed
against vou herein and you are re required
quired required to serve a copy of vour An Answer
swer Answer on Attorneys for Plaintiff and
file the original thereof with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the -9th day of July, 1954.
otherwise Decree Pre Confesso will
be entered against you.
DATED at Ksy West, Florida,
this 9th day of June, 1954.
(SEAL) EARL R. ADAMS,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
By: (sd) FLORENCE E. SAWYER
Deputy Clerk.
ROBERT C. TOUMANS,
NEBLETT ft YOUMANS,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
419 Southard Btrest,
Key West, Florida.
June 10-17-14, July 1, 1954
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlpg to engage
In business under the fictitious
name of "KEYS MARINA," at Isla Islamorada,
morada, Islamorada, Florida, intend (s) to regis register
ter register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Monroe County,
Florida.
A. 7. PARMELEE
Sole Owner.
Hendricks A Hendricks
Attorney(s) foA. F, Parmelee
June 10-17-14, July 1, 1954
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
Case Ne. IS-111T
JOHN HAYES SELDEN,
Complainant,
vs. DIVORCE
BONNIE JEAN SELDEN,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BONNIE JEAN SELDEN,
ISO Via Carmelttos,
Long Beach 5, California.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Complaint for
Divorce on the Complainant's at attorney,
torney, attorney, and file the original Answer
In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the sth
day of July. A. D. 1954, In the above
entitled cause, otherwise the allega allegations
tions allegations therein contained will be tak taken
en taken as confessed.
DONE and ORDERED at Key
West, Monroe County, Florida, this
28 day of May, A. D. 1954.
(SEAL) EARL R. ADAMS,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
By (sd) FLORENCE E. SAWYER
Deputy Clerk.
TOM O. WATKINS.
Attorney for Complainant,
SI Whitehead Street,
Key West. Florida.
may S7; June 3-10-17, 1954.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
Case Ne. IS-118S
WILLIAM E. SCHULTZ.
Complainant,
vs. divorce
EDITH VIOLET SCHULTZ,
Defendant.
notice by publication
TO: EDITH VIOLET SCHULTZ,
8734 <9th Avenue,
Forest Hills,
New York City, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED
and REQUIRED to serve a copv of
your Answer to the Complaint for
Divorce on the Complainant s At Attorney,
torney, Attorney, and file the original Answer

BEAUTIFUL
CORAL HOTEL
EFFICIENCY APTS.
Summer rates, $11.58 up, excel excellent
lent excellent for 2 or 3 people, tool end
quiet. Maid service. Opposite
Post Offico. Tol. 2-1404 or 2-9188.

Offices For Rent
Air-Conditioned
2nd Floor
604 DUVAL STREET
CONTACT Occupants or Paul
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Thursday, June 17, 1954

LEGAL NOTICES
(CONTINUED)
& of the Clerk of the
t-ircuit Court on or before the sth
wfitt / uljr p. 1954, in the above
entitled cause, otherwise the allega allegations
tions allegations therein contained will be tak taken
en taken as confessed.
DONE and ORDERED at Key
West, Monroe County. Florida, this
Ist day of June, A, D. 1964.
(SEAL) EARL R. ADAMS.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By: (sd) HERMAN CEREZO*
TOM O. WATKINS, Depttty Clerk
Attorney for Complainant,
631 Whitehead Street,
Key West, Florida.
Juns S-10-17-J4, 1954.

1 Announcements
SUTHERLAND STUDIO
PORTRAITS THAT LIVE
BABIES, children, family group*,
weddings, and commercials.
Home or studio appointments. 923
White St Phono 2-88T2.
RUMMAGE Sale and bake sale,
sponsored by the Grace Lutheran
Church, 400 block Southard, Fri Friday,
day, Friday, June 18, 10 oclock.
2 Apartments For Rent
ONE bedroom, all electric. Private
bath, utilities, linens, dishes fur furnished.
nished. furnished. M and B Motel, 1031 Eaton.
FURNISHED bedroom apartments.
All utilities included. Adults only.
915 Windsor Lane.
NOW RENTING: New furnished
efficiencies. Air conditioned. Ele Elevator
vator Elevator service. No pets. Centrally
located. Phone 2-2208. Apply 501
Southard. N
EFFICIENCY apt opposite USO.
Weekly rental. Couple only. No
pets. The Price Organization, Real Realtor,
tor, Realtor, 411 Fleming. Phone 2-7811.
ONE Furnished Apartment for rent
Apply Perez Brothers Bakery.
NEW apartment Duval Street,
upstairs. Water pressure always
25-40. Electric kitchen, tile bath.
Tub and shower. Access to wash washing
ing washing machine. Parking. Child ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. No pets. SBS monthly.
Pfene 2-2808.
APARTMENTS and sleeping
yjfasms. Nicely decorated. By day,
Hftk or month. Stutz Hotel Apts.
4ft Fleming.
COOL, completely furnished 2 bed bed
bed room and efficiency apartments.
Best location. Weekly and monthly
summer rates. Telephone 2-5776.
COOL, SHADY, QUIET, BPFI BPFICIENCY
CIENCY BPFICIENCY APARTMENT. ALL
ELECTRIC. PALMS COURTS, 1224
SEMINARY.
APARTMENT for rent, low rate.
Sea Shell Motel, South and Wil William
liam William Sts.
LA HACIENDA
NEW air-coded furnished apts.
Tile baths, all electric kitchens.
Residential section. Near beaches.
Everything furnished. By week or
month. 807 Washington.
NEWLY renovated bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment All utilities. Reasonable
rates. 321 Simonton.
ATTRACTIVE one-bedroom furn.
apt All electric. Everything fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Private entrance and park parking.
ing. parking. Near beach. By week or
month. 1125 Washington.
ATTRACTIVE, cool, dean, fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Hie floors and
all electric kitchen. Couple only,
no pets. Apply 425 Francis.
FURNISHED efficiency apart apartment
ment apartment Electric kitchen. Children
welcome. Apply 909 Elisabeth St.
FURNISHED bedroom and effi efficiency
ciency efficiency apartments. Phone 2-3210
or 2-5514. 1301 Truman Avenue.
VERY attractive, desirable, mod modern,
ern, modern, one bedroom, 3 room, apart apartment
ment apartment Electric kitchen. Couple on only.
ly. only. S9O. Opposite Bayview Park,
1409 Truman, upper front
ONE bedroom furnished apart apartment
ment apartment Couple only. 1330 Duncan
Street Phone 2-7968 or can at 1209
Georgia Street
FURNISHED corner apartment
with porch, Including utilities.
802 Eaton Street
FOR RENT: Cod, attractive apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Adult couple only. 1414
Fifth Street. Call 2-3127.
FOR RENT: One bedroom, furn furnished
ished furnished apartment. Excellent lo location.
cation. location. Phone 2-5797 or 2-2713.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment Apply 814 Olivia Street
TWO apartments for rent No
children, no pets. 2-3065, 815
Pearl
ATTRACTIVE apt tor two with
large jalousied sunroom. Near
beach, commissary. Everything
furnished, including makl service.
521 United Street
NEW efficiency apartments. Beau Beautifully
tifully Beautifully furnished, adults only, no
pets, excellent location, 716 Duval
St, Phone 2-5531.
UNFURNISHED one bedroom
apartment Electric kitchen. Two
blocks from beach. Adults only.
Phone 34711.

2Apartments For Rent
(COIVTIR UKD)
FURNISHED apt, $75, including
utilities. 900 Francis St
APT. tor rent Couple only. No
children, no pet 1019 Margaret
St
FURNISHED apartment, desirable.
Child accepted, no pets. Apply
415 Fleming days or 725 Florida,
evenings.
FURNISHED Duplex efficiency
apt Big Coppitt Key. Phone
2-9377.
APARTMENT for rent Baby in
arms accepted. $35 monthly. Ap Apply
ply Apply 909 Ashe (rear) or 1106 Olivia.
1 APARTMENT, S6O. per month.
Apply at 411 William Street.
NEAR beach. Porch overlooking
garden. For quiet adults, no pets.
$65 month. 1214 Duval Street.
APARTMENT for rent. Will ac accept
cept accept one child. Apply 533 Wil William
liam William or 526 Simonton.
SMALL, two-bedroom, furnished
apartment 2320 Harris Ave.
FURNISHED, downstairs apart apartment
ment apartment Couple only, no pets. S6O.
1101 Angela Street.
TWO-BEDROOM furnished apart apartment
ment apartment 2305 Staples Avenue.

3 Cottages For Rent
FOR RENTEfficiency cottage.
Utilities furnished. Children
accepted. No animals. Phone
2-2642.
TWO furnished one bedroom cot cottages
tages cottages tor rent Cool and reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Near Air Base. Call 2-5965.
SMALL efficiency cottage. Cou Couple
ple Couple only. Utilities furnished.
sls weekly. Apply 802 Simonton,
2-2383 or 2-3180.
EFFICIENCY cottage, apt. and
new two bedroom home. 700
Duval Phone 2-2131 or 2-3808.
4 Houses For Rent
FOR RENT: Small one bedroom
furnished house. S7O, plus utili utilities.
ties. utilities. No dogs. Apply C. J. Raines,
1023 Catherine or phone 2-5844.
Call after 5 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished house and
one apartment Couple, no pets.
Apply 1128 Margaret St Phone
2-6280.
FIVE ROOM furnished house. All
electric kitchen. 1909 Staples
Ave. Apply at 510 Petronia St.
FURNISHED house, 2 bedrooms,
washing machine, freezer, fenced
yard. 2404 Patterson Ave.
SMALL, furnished house. Cen Centrally
trally Centrally located. Phone 2-6726.
5 Rooms For Rent
i.-
EXTRA Large Room, private
home. Private entrance, bath
tub and shower. 1114 Grinnell,
Phone 2-3175.
LIVE IN Luxury this summer
(May 1 Dec. 1) at Casa Marina
Hotel Right on ocean. Private
Beach. Single $4, double $6. Free
continental breakfast Special low
weekly and monthly rate*.
SLEEPING room for rent Also,
trailer space. Shady Rest Court,
Stock Island.
MOTEL rooms for rent by week,
$lB, or monthly. Private shower,
maid service. 300 Front St., Flag Flagship
ship Flagship Motel TeL 2-2557.
NICE, clean, comfortable room
for reliable, sober gentleman.
815 Pearl or 2-3065.
ROOM for sober, reliable gentle gentleman.
man. gentleman. Breakfast, lunch, and laun laundry.
dry. laundry. Call 2-3506, between 3-4
p.m.

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6 Wanted To Rent
TWO-BEDROOM house. Perman Permanent.
ent. Permanent. Two children. Phone 2-2318
Officers family desires
furnished 2 or 3 bedroom house
until October 1. Will take excellent
care of house and yard. Phone
2-8481.
IMMEDIATELY or in near future:
Unfurnished, 3 bedroom or large
2 bedroom hpuse for long term
rental by Naval Officer. Phone
2-6560.
WANTED to rent: 2 or 3 bedroom
house, unfurnished, for 3 years.
Phone 2-6925.
NAVY chief, wife and daughter,
four years, desire two bedroom,
unfurnished house about July 1
for approximately 2 years. Call
2-8469.
7 Business Rentals
STORE 2000 sq. ft. near water waterfront.
front. waterfront. Reasonable. M. Herman.
Caroga Lake, N. Y.
8 Male Help Wanted
BOY for part-time janitor work.
Apply in person. Ponces Lunch Luncheonette,
eonette, Luncheonette, 701 Simonton.
GRILLMAN: 6 days a week.
Steady work. Experienced. Bou Boulevard
levard Boulevard Drive-In. Roosevelt Blvd.
Corner Ist. Street.
WANTED: Porter handyman. Ap Apply
ply Apply in person, Weavers Stock
Island.
9 Female Help Wanted
BEAUTICIAN, all around operator.
Apply Martin Hair .Stylist, 921
Truman, Phone 2-3021.
KITCHEN help. Apply in person.
Ponces Luncheonette, 701 Sim Simonton.
onton. Simonton.
WAITRESS. Good hours and work working
ing working conditions. Apply Caribe Res Restaurant.
taurant. Restaurant.
SALESLADY, steady position. Col Collins
lins Collins Mens Shop. 505 Duval St.
WAITRESS wanted. Apply Delica Delicatessen,
tessen, Delicatessen, corner Simonton and
Truman.
SEAMSTRESS, steady position.
Part or full time. Collins Men
Shop, 505 Duval Street.
TYPIST: Some knowledge of short shorthand,
hand, shorthand, good at figures. State
Comptrollers Office, 210V4 Duval,
Room 1.
LADY with sales ability to be
trained as consultant for Luzi Luziers
ers Luziers Fine Cosmetics. Car neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Apply suite 100, Casa Marina
Hotel.

MODEST MAIDENS
TntmuA. hplwi a i fft Ofc.

Youre not losing a daughter, air, youre gaining another
boarder.

10Male and/or Female
Help Wanted
FOUNTAIN attendant. Experienc Experienced.
ed. Experienced. Pleasant working conditions.
Land O Sun Luncheonette, 1001
Truman.
COUNTER GIRLS, SODA BOYS
needed at once for new
restaurant. Apply anytime
Howard Johnsons Restaurant,
Roosevelt Boulevard.
HELP WANTED young man or
woman, permanently located in
Key West for position of operator.
Must be high school graduate and
touch typist. Apply Western Union.
11AEmployment
WantedFemale
>
NAVY wife, exp. in bookkeeping,
general office work, wants simi similar
lar similar position; over S4O wk. Will sup supply
ply supply references. 512-A Poinciana.
WILL take in sewing and altering.
1908 Fogarty Avenue.
11BEmployment
WantedMale
COLLEGE graduate, age 22, de desires
sires desires permanent responsible posi position.
tion. position. Write Box J.H. 2, c/o Key
West Citizen.
12Baby Sitters
DAY CARE for boys, age 3-6.
Large yard. Supervised play. $lO
weekly. 2-7577.
16 Personal
BOOKS are ideal gifts for gradu graduation,
ation, graduation, June weddings and Fathers
Day. The Bookshop, 534 Fleming.
TUTORING: Room for two more
pupils to be tutored in my home
this summer. Thirty-one-hour per periods
iods periods of highly individualized teach teaching
ing teaching of a remedial nature. For fur further
ther further information, Phone 2-9154, be between
tween between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. and ask
for Miss Russell.
17 Personal Service*
NOTARY PUBLIC
S. G. ARTMAN
Citizen Office

By Fagaly and Shorten

17 Personal Services
(CONTINUED*
PHOTOSTATIC Copies. Fast ser service.
vice. service. Larry Karns Studio, 220
Duval. Phone 2-6811.
BRIDES TO BE
HAVE your wedding invitations
and announcements Virkotype
engraved by The Artman
Press. Dial 2-5661.
Singer Sewing Machines
SALES, service, parts. Singer
Sewing Machine Cos., 118 Coral
Way, Coral Gables.
FOR SALE:
SIX consecutive issues of The
Key West Citizen delivered to
your door, 25c weekly. Dial
2*5441, Circulation Dept.
lftSpecial Services
SNOW CAP BLEACH is mild, ef effective;
fective; effective; yet has no lasting odor.
Safe on nylons. Try a bottle. Buy
from your grocer.
CESSPOOLS and septic tanks
pumped or cleaned. Good service.
Call for Sam, 2-5241.
24rBusiness
Opportunities
SMALL sundry store, fully equip equipped,
ped, equipped, good location. Very reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Call 2-6898.
TWO large stores to rent. Apply
Tropical Hotel, 114 Duval St.
25Real Estate For Sale
FOR Buying or selling any kind of
Key West property, contact Paul
Boysen, 626 Fleming St Establish Established
ed Established 1919.
TWO-BEDROOM CBS home. 1V&
v years old. Desirable location.
Landscaped, tile bath and kitchen.
FHA mortgage. Reasonable terms.
1606 South Street.
TOPPINO house for sale. Two
large bedrooms, Florida room,
corner lot, walled yard, carport,
landscaped. Immediate occupan occupancy.
cy. occupancy. $15,900. 2103 Flagler Avenue.
THREE bedroom, jalousie recrea recreation
tion recreation room, terazzo floors, tile
bath and kitchen. Refrigerator,
stove, large living room. Must see
to appreciate. $16,000. Terms ar arranged.
ranged. arranged. Call 2-6204.
SACRIFICE 3 bedroom house.
$3,600.00 cash and assume pay payments.
ments. payments. Leaving town. Apply 3722
Ave. E.
3 BEDROOM Sunshine. Fully land landscaped
scaped landscaped and fenced. Workshop,
utility, many improvements. 2017
Fogarty. Phone 2-7564.
THREE BEDROOM CBS Toppino
house. Large, cool living room
with screened porch. Separate din dining
ing dining room. Enclosed back yard.
Carport. Nicely landscaped. 2114
Staples Avenue.
THREE BEDROOM MacArthur
home with added 12'xl8' room
and many improvements. Large
lot fenced and landscaped. Elec Electric
tric Electric stove. 3/4-ton air conditioner
and some furniture. Total price,
$9500. Buy equity and assume 939
per month carrying charges. 2807
Staples Avenue.
31Garden and Lawn
Supplies
FERTILIZING weather. Bloom
Aid, BluGreen, Milarganite,
Hectonganic, Vigoro, sheep and
cow manure. Special liquid and
soluable plant foods. Key West
Garden and Lawn Supply.

33 Miscellaneous
Maka Tha
ARTMAN PRESS
YOUR haadquarfora for the
finest in printing. DIAL 2-5441.
40 MACHINES for your use. You
wash em and you know they are
washed right Soak, wash, 3 rinse*,
$.25. Dried, ready to put away
$.25. Wash em home, we will dry
em, $.35 load. Pauls Self Ser Service
vice Service Laundry, 426 White St
GLIDDEN PAINTS
PLUMBING SUPPLIES
FIXTURES HARDWARE
KEY WEST SUPPLY CO.
219 Simonton St. Tel 24123
NOTES Payable Forms. 10 tor 15c.
Artman Press. Phone 2-5661.
GOOD USED
Reconditioned typewriters as
low as $27.50. Can be traded-in
for a newer typewriter after thir thirty
ty thirty days at FULL PRICE. Call
Roberts Office Machines at 2-5634.
OFFICE FURNITURECaII Rob Roberts
erts Roberts Office Machines and Equip Equipment,
ment, Equipment, 128 Duval Street Phone
2-5634 ior STEEL EXECUTIVE
ah and SECRETARIAL DESKS,
FILES, and OFFICE CHAIRS.
Terms may be arranged.
BABY carriage for sale. 410 An Angela
gela Angela Street
LARGE lot near Casa Marina,
$3,900. Also, Pekinese puppies,
$35. each. Phone 2-2317.
ELECTRIC range $25, kitchen
table and chairs, double Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood bed, studio couch, bedroom
set. Phone 2-5444.
34 Household Items
For Sale
DO YOU NEED GOOD
USED FURNITURE
HUNDREDS of items to choose
from. Truck loads every week
from our Miami warehouse. Sales
daily. Warehouse Furniture Out Outlet
let Outlet 915 Simonton St Phone 2-2697.
EISNER FURNITURE COMPANY
NO money down. Sale now going
on. Buy now and save. 3824 Duck
Ave. Phone 2-6951.
DROPLEAF table, 6 chairs, kitch kitchen
en kitchen table, bunk or twin beds, com commode,
mode, commode, lahala rug Bxlo, patio table,
4 chairs. 2-2593.
TWO used tilt-back sofas. Very
good condition, $32.50. Just ar arrived:
rived: arrived: One new maple bunkbed.
Maxwell Cos., Inc., 901-909 Flem Fleming,
ing, Fleming, 2-6031.
SIMMONS tilt-back sofa, coral
SSO, Roll-a-way bed, inner innerspring
spring innerspring mattress, S2O. Foam rub rubber
ber rubber Hollywood double bed, with
unfinished bookcase headboard,
$75. Unpainted dining table,
with 4 chairs, sl2. All good con condition.
dition. condition. Before 4 P.M., 27-C Fel Felton
ton Felton Road.
BARGAINS IN FURNITURE
THREE double hollywood beds
and mattresses; 2 four burner
apt. size stoves, in good condition;
bedroom set with vanity, chest-of chest-ofdrawers,
drawers, chest-ofdrawers, night table, bookcase
head board; one 8 cu Westing Westinghouse
house Westinghouse refrigerator, freezer across
top; bedroom chairs; 2 dinette
sets, one with fomica top; 3 chest chestof-drawers;
of-drawers; chestof-drawers; 1 small vanity, stool
and mirror; 1 easy chair platform
rocker; ottoman; night table; one
8 cu Servel refrigerator. 1319 Du Duval.
val. Duval. This stuff must be sold with within
in within one week.

G.E. AUTOMATIC electric range,
time clock, two years old. Dark,
solid mahogany furniture. Apply
3722 Ave "E.
ONE 17 Philco television. No. 4
Havana Street, $125.
GOOD used vacuum cleaner for
sale, S2O. 16-A Arthur Sawyer
Road.
FOR SALE: Studio couch, $25.
Radio and record player, S6O.
Coffee table, $lO. Dinette table,
four chairs, S3O. 2-7713.
PORTABLE Sewing Machine with
case and all attachments. New,
SIOO. 1823 Harris.
WHIRLPOOL automatic washing
machine, S7O. 615 Fleming, Phone
2-8416.
STUDIO couch for sale. Very
good condition. sls. Phone 2-
60jZ or apply 1214 Catherine.
35 Wanted To Bn?
KEY WEST family wants to pur purchase
chase purchase three-bedroom home.
Write Box D-17, c/o The Citizen.
36 Bicycle* and Tricycles
LET us give you a free demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of a Huffy elec, lawn mow mower.
er. mower. 16 blade size $58.95. 18 blade
size $69.25. Bicycles sold, rented,
repaired. Overseas Cycle Store,
1030 Eaton St Phone 2-6016.
BICYCLE motor, S4O. Ph. 2-7082.
37 Automotive Part*
USED Truck and passenger car
tires New recaps, all sizes.
Dicks Tire Service, 929 Truman.

38 Automobile* For Salt
*37 CHEV. and 47 DeSoto. Apply
6-A Porter Place, after 4:30 P.M.
DARLOWS Motor Sales. Look oa
Page 2 for used car bargains at
Darlows Pure Oil Service Station
on Stock Island.
*54 CHEVROLITS.. FORDS
$1495 AND UP
BRAND NEW '54 OLDS
SEDANS. .HOLIDAYS. .CON .CONVERTIBLES
VERTIBLES .CONVERTIBLES
DISCOUNT PROM SSBB TO UN
SUPERMAN, 1481 N. W. 34 ST.
MIAMI, FLA
1947 CADILLAC, four door 61.
161-A Peary Court.
1954 STUDEBAKER, new, less than
200 mile* on it. Bought it four
days ago. Willing to sacrifice it
Will take $450.00 for equity. Apply
511 Angela St
OLDSMOBILE 1948 with hydra hydramatic,
matic, hydramatic, radio, etc. -one owner
and in good condition. Phone 2-6491
or 2-5322.
39 Trailer! For Sale
1947 National 27' with large porch.
$795. Lot 31A, Overseas Trailer
Park.
FOR THE best in trailers, Trop Tropical
ical Tropical Trailer Sales, Miami Fla.
1952 18 TROTTWOOD, SI4OO.
Backoven, Key West Trailer
Park, 1015 Simonton, 2-2516.
18 TRAILER. Apt size gas range,
8 refrigerator. Good condition
and clean, $350.00. Shady Trailer
Park, Stock Island.
MUST SELL! Leaving 27 house
trailer. Nice furnishings. $625.
Coral Isle Trailer Park, Lot B-5.
1948 ZIMMER Trailer, 27. Awning.
Good condition. Inquire after 12
noon, Coral Isle Trailer Park, Lot
G-16.
UTILITY Trailer, 4 x 6, galvan galvanized
ized galvanized roof, wooden aides, weather weatherproof,
proof, weatherproof, spare tire, SBO. Phone 2-3581.
39ATrailers For Sale
or Rent
FURNISHED modern trailers.
Rental $15.00 weekly, including
all utilities and washing machine.
Sun Haven Trailer Pack, McDon McDonald
ald McDonald Avenue, Stock Island.
FOR SALE or rent: 21' Travelo,
completely furnished, screened screenedin
in screenedin patio. Call 2-3452.
TRAILER SPACE for rent Large
and cool with own bathroom. For
information, Call 2-5965.
39BTrailer Accessories
TRAILER awnings made and re repaired.
paired. repaired. Umhlea Canvas Shop,
802 Caroline St
TRAILER supplies and repair*.
New roofs a specialty. Alum Aluminum
inum Aluminum rooms and awnings. Gas
tanks and fittings. Sewer hook hookups.
ups. hookups. Come see us at 1007 Simon Simonton
ton Simonton St., Phone 2-3064.

40 Motor Bikes and
Motor Scooters
*4B CUSHMAN scooter, good con*
dition, good tires, windshield,
extra seat, $100.1924 Fogarty. TeL
2-2105.
1953 ALL-STATE Scooter. Vert
good running condition. $135. lit
Watson.
*47 CUSHMAN, S7O overhaul, *4
for S6O. Apply 1215 Waihingto^
41 Boats and Motors
30 LONG, 8 beam, 110 h.p. Keo
math engine. Ready to go. 9654
Dock 55, Garrison Bight Applf
1211 Bay Street
18tt CABIN BOAT, $225. 52 4
h.p. Johnson, $265 or both $451
Can be seen at Garrison Bight,
Dock 27. Phone 2-9405, Stan.
26 FT., 115 H.P. Chrysler Marine,
$650.00. Dock No. 50, Garrison
Bight
12 DUNPHY mahogany run-a run-a-bout,
bout, run-a-bout, Super 10 Mercury Hurri Hurricane.
cane. Hurricane. Gator trailer, water skis,
anchor, 10 gal. gas tank, S4OO. See
at 45-C Arthur Sawyer Road.
16 BOAT and steel trailer, 7*4 h.p.
Elgin, SIOO. Pier 11, Boat
"Dixie D.
13 YELLOW Jacket molded ply*
wood outboard mn-a-bout Ex*
cellent condition. Go-Devil Boat
Company, Big Coppitt Key, Ph.
2-8442 or 2-2863 after 5 P.M.
16 SPEEDBOAT, Ford 60 intWd
engine, one trailer or equal
trade for a 10 h.p. outboard mo motor,
tor, motor, or 14 knuckle-bottom boat
1425 United Street
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M'CARTHY MAY PRIME FRESH
AMMO AS HEARINGS NEAR END

By JACK BELL
WASHINGTON (BSen. McCar McCarthy
thy McCarthy appeared to be priming fresh
ammunition to fire at Democrats
today in what may be the final
hours of the televised chapter of
his turbulent dispute with Army
officials.
The Wisconsin Republican was
due to return to the witness stand
for what was billed as the last
public session of the Senate Inves Investigations
tigations Investigations subcommittees inquiry
Into the controversy.
Joseph N. Welch, the usually soft softspoken
spoken softspoken Army special counsel who
clashed angrily with McCarthy yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, said he might be able to
end his cross-examination in time
for a delayed lunch hour. Senator Senatorial
ial Senatorial questions appeared to be about
exhausted, barring some new flare-
Up.
Acting Chairman Mundt (R-SD)
said he will call the subcommittee
into a closed session tomorrow to
sound out members on the possi possibility
bility possibility of agreeing on a single re report
port report on the charges aired in the
public hearings, which opened eight
weeks ago today.
Secretary of the Army Stevens
and Army Counselor John G. Ad Adams
ams Adams accused McCarthy and two
aides of bringing improper pres pressure
sure pressure to bear in efforts to obtain
Army favors for Pvt. G. David
Schine, former unpaid subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee consultant
The McCarthy camp countered
that Stevens and Adams tried to use
Schine as a hostage in attempts
to sidetrack a McCarthy investiga investigation
tion investigation of alleged Communists in the
Army.
Hope For Agreement
While Mundt held out some hope
tor an agreement, McCarthy told
the subcommittee yesterday he
thought there was no doubt in
anyones mind about the fact that
my three Democrat friends here
will have a reportl could write
that, report for them . right
aow.
I know what they are going to
ay, he declared. I think they
decided that before the hearing
started.
In what may have been a bid to
line up Republicans behind him,
McCarthy blamed the Democrat!
primarily for Stevens action in fil filing
ing filing the charges against him and
his aides, Chief Counsel Roy M.

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Cohn and Chief of Staff Francis P.
Carr.
McCarthy said it was very, very
Unfortunate for the country that
Senators McClellan (D-Ark), Sym Symington
ington Symington (D-Mo) and Jackson (D-
Wash) had rejoined the committee

Thursday, June 17, 1954

in January after an absence of six
months in a dispute over McCar McCarthys
thys McCarthys control of the staff.
If they had not, I think wo
would be investigating Communists
today instead of wasting all our
time investigating charges that
have proven completely false, he
said.
He said he fears they wont work
with him when he returns auto automatically
matically automatically to the chairmanship with
the end of these hearings. McCar McCarthy
thy McCarthy has stepped off the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee for the current inquiry.
Bitter Exchange
His assertion that the charges
against his camp had been proved
completely false touched off the
bitter exchange between him and
Welch. But they wound up agreeing
that there is a place for the Army
and a place for congressional in investigating
vestigating investigating committees in efforts to
root out Communists.
Welch suggested that since the
Wisconsin senator was a witness
and not a judge in the controversy
it would be more graceful to
await the verdict of the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee rather than to announce that
the charges against him and his
aides were entirely false.
May I tell you, sir, McCarthy
said as he tapped a long wooden
pointer on the desk, that when
you or anyone else makes charges
against my staff which are .
completely unfounded . that I
will not be graceful when it comes
to that sort of situation.
Lets make this clear, Mr.
Welch, this is no game.
Welch said he had not suggested
they were playing a game, adding:
Sen. McCarthy, I work at an
address (the Pentagon) where
there are men without limbs, who
lost them fighting communism.
And where men confer every morn morning,
ing, morning, to my knowledge, about the
possibility of a war that may be
closer to us than either you or I
know.
Those men with whom I confer
are going to fight that war and
many of them are going to die if
we have it. Dont think, sir, that
under those circumstances I think
we are playing a game.
Wasted Month?
McCarthy replied:
Just as certain as you sit here
today, the four months we have
wasted on this hearing called on
by your clients will result in the
end with many more young men
being without limbs.
While we investigate these
fraudulent charges, Mr. Welch,
there are Communists working in
our defense plants, there are Com Communists
munists Communists being left unmolested in
our government. That is the trage tragedy
dy tragedy of this hearing.
Welch replied that if McCarthy
had given the Army the names of
any subversive or Communist
threatening this country that is
reachable by the Army in any way
. . they would either be under
surveillance or suspended or kicked
out.
Dont pull that on me, Mc-
Carthy broke in.
Welch, his face flushing and his
voice rising, told McCarthy:
Dont suggest to me. sir, .
that the United States Army is
going to cut its own throat

Dont tell me, sir, that he United
States Army doesnt fight Com Communists.
munists. Communists.
No Monopoly
You do not have a monopoly,
sir, in that field. You do good
work. I admire the work you do dowhen
when dowhen it succeeds. But, believe me,
sir, steadily, day by day in this
government, not only in the Army
but in the Navy and in the Air
Force and throughout the govern government
ment government ... the fight goes on. And
you should rejoice with me that
there are people after Communists
tonight in addition to you, sir.
McCarthy said he thinks he and
Welch should be on the same side
in this fight I think essentially
we are. He said there was no
contest between our committee
and the Army, adding that he will
continue trying to get the few
traitors, the few rotten apples .
out of the barrel, either with or
without cooperation from the
Army.
In a calmer mood, as he him himself
self himself put it, Welch agreed with Mc-
Carthy that congressional commit committees
tees committees have that wonderful power
of subpoena and it is good that
you have it.
On the other side of the pic picture,
ture, picture, senator, people like the Army
and the Navy and the Air Force
have the power of surveillance,
which you cant do with 14 men,
he said.
Numbers Compered
You are 100 per cent correct,
McCarthy replied. We only have
a few investigators, and they have
hundreds.
McCarthy repeatedly suggested
that the Democrats, and not the
Republican officials who filed
charges against him, were respon responsible
sible responsible for those charges.
I think Secretary Stevens has
had the experience that perhaps a
number of people have had, Mc-
Carthy said. He came to Wash Washington
ington Washington a businessman, no back background
ground background in politics, no experience
down here, and just couldnt cope
with the rather rough brand of
politics played in Washington. .
It was only after the secretary
of the Army got in contact with
the Democrats who then were
not on the committee that these
fraudulent charges were issued.
Asserting that monitored phone
calls had indicated the Democrats
on the subcommittee were not
exactly concerned with any har harmony
mony harmony or cooperation between Bob
Stevens and this committee, Mc-
Carthy told McClellan he had ad advised
vised advised Stevens to beat him (Mc-
Carthy) to the punch.
Advice Asked
We didnt give that advice
until after he called on us, Mc-
Clellan retorted. He got into the
mess before he came to us. We
could have kept him out if you had
sent him a little sooner.
Symington said McCarthy had
made much of the Missouri sena senators
tors senators advice to Stevens to consult
Clark Clifford, onetime special
counsel to former President
Truman.
If I had gotten a Republican
lawyer I wouldnt have been any
better off and I would have proba-

bly been just as severely criti criticized,
cized, criticized, Symington said.
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Changing Stock Prices Have
Traders Wondering Whats Up

By SAM DAWSON
NEW YORK (FI Stock prices
have been jumping around in tha
last two weeks like popcorn on a
hot griddle.
Traders are trying to make up
their minds whether the bull mark market
et market is over or whether its just get getting
ting getting its second windwhether the
expected upturn in business has al alinto
into alinto an argument over the Central
Intelligence Agency.
Symington suggested that the
CIA was a lifeline of our securi security
ty security and a sort of international
FBI. McCarthy said the latter
description slandered the FBI, and
he added the CIA was a successor
to the World War II Office of
Strategic Services, which he char characterized
acterized characterized as the most heavily in infiltrated
filtrated infiltrated by Communists or any
organization we ever had in this
country.
CIA Situation
"I think it is extremely unfortu unfortunate
nate unfortunate that we have blanketed many
of those Communists into the CIA,"
McCarthy declared. I want to say
that I think the worst situation that
we have now is not in the military
it is in the CIA."
CIA Director Allen Dulles has
denied McCarthys contention the
agency is infiltrated by Reds.
A contention by Welch that Mc-
Carthy had signed Schines
application for an Army commis commission
sion commission ended up in an agreement
that McCarthy had put his signa signature
ture signature as a witness to a loyalty oath
which accompanied Sehines appli application.
cation. application. The senator had said ear earlier
lier earlier he knew nothing of the appli application.
cation. application.
Mundt said in an interview that
once I sound the gavel ending
the hearings, the subcommittees
ban on investigations under Mc-
Carthys chairmanship will end.
From that point until official
findings are filed with the Senate,
he said, there will in faet be two
Investigations subcommitteesthe
special one he has headed in the
hearings, and. the regular one
headed by McCarthy.
McCarthy said he will leave to tonight
night tonight or Friday with Mrs. Mc-
Carthy for a few days rest. He
declined to discuss his plans be beyond
yond beyond that.

ready been amply reflected in the
market, or whether anew upsurge
of inflation is likely in coming
months.
One day last week stock prices pricesas
as pricesas mirrored in stock indexestook
the sharpest drop since June of
1950 when traders were trying to
guss whether the outbreak of
fighting in Korea meant the third
world war was starting.
One day this week some stock stockpnee
pnee stockpnee indexes had the greatest ad advance
vance advance of the past two years and
were reported standing within the
shadow of the highest mark since
1929.
You might remember, however,
that a stock price index isnt the
same thing as the market as a
whole. For instance, Tuesday when
the many stocks were making a
sharp advance, 296 of the 1,139
stock issues traded declined. And
two of them hit their lowest point
so far this year, while 272 showed
no change at all.
On the days when an index may
be taking a spectacular drop, there
will almost always be a* sizable
number of stocks recording price
gains.
The long uphill march since last
September has reflected primarily
the eagerness of investors to buy
the blue chip stocks of the most
prominent and prosperous corpora corporationsthe
tionsthe corporationsthe type which most stock
indexes include. A sizable number
of other shares on the stock ex exchange
change exchange have shown only a small
advance or none at all. Stocks of
some industries have been notor notoriously
iously notoriously depressed.
The advance of the blue chips
and some growth company stocks
oyer the months has been traced
to-several factors.
One is the belief that business
will turn better this fall or next
year.
A second is a growing amount
of idle money piling up in pension
nunds and insurance company
safes. Investors have been seeking
the blue chips to put this money
to work.
A third has been the very real
chffcce that dividend payments will
be more liberal. This chance is
based on the fact that many com companies,
panies, companies, despite a decline in sales
volume, have been able to show
as good or better net profit after

Independence
Party Leads In
Africa Election^.,
ACCRA, Gold Coast (FI Partin
returns today from the GoW
Coasts general election gav,
Prune Minister Kwame Nkrumakt
independence seeking Convention
Peoples party a dear majority is
this British colonys new Assess
bly.
Nkrumah probably will be in.
vited to form anew government
later today when he calls on the
colonys British governor, Sii
Charles Arden-Clarke.
With 89 of the 104 Assembly seats
decided, Nkrumahs faction had
garnered a total of 58 to the com*
bined oppositions 31. The balloting
for the seats in this first all-native
assembly in colonial Africa waa
held Tuesday.
The Convention Peoples party
has been the dominant faction in
the Gold Coast since 1951. It standa
for complete independence of this
90,000-square-mile colony, south at
the Sahara Desert in west Africa.
Selznick To Film
War And Peace
HOLLYWOOD (Fl David O. Sell Sellnick
nick Sellnick says he will return to film
production with a movie version
of Tolstoys War And Peace.
The producer made Gone Witk
The Wind, greatest money grosser
of all time.
Selznick said yesterday he con considers
siders considers War And Peace" similar
in scope to Gone With The Wind
and that he intends to produce it
as such.
His last production was Duel In
The Sun in 1946 which starred
his wife, Jennifer Jones.
taxes this year. The end of the
excess profits tax helped.
Greater productivity and econo economy
my economy from the use of more modern
plants and new equipment have
cut their costs.
And many of these companies
are now winding up their long post postwar
war postwar expansion programs, into
which they poured a large propor proportion
tion proportion of their earnings.
Stockholders feel that henceforth
a bigger share of the profit pie is
going to be cut in the form of divi dividends.
dends. dividends.