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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.
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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).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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most equable climate in the
country, with cm average
range of only 14* Fahrenheit

VOL. LXXV He. 151

Report Issued On City Court
Traffic Convictions In 1954

8,544 Convicted;
Judge Promises
Continued Drive
On Violators
A total of 3,544 persons
were convicted in city court
on traffic charges during the
first half of 1954, according
to a report compiled by
Charles R. Butler of the
citys public service depart department.
ment. department.
The huge total is blamed,
In large measure, for the
citys mounting accident rate
which has reached a total of
269 accidents. The convic convictions
tions convictions came as a result of 3,-
900 arrests, the report
shows.
There has been a total of 50
persons injured in traffic accidents
In Key Weet since January 1. Pro Property
perty Property damage has mounted to
$70,388.
Municipal judge Enquire Esquin Esquinaldo,
aldo, Esquinaldo, Jr., after a conference with
pellet Perez, yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, promised a continued
crackdown on traffic violators in
the future.
Good Record
Key West has a pretty good
traffic safety recordwe were
honored last year as outstanding
among more than 1800 cities of all
sizeswe want to keep it that
way," said Judge Esquinaldo
A result of yesterdays confer conference,
ence, conference, Judge Esquinaldo said, will
be a crackdown on speeding trucks
(Continued on Page Two)

Logun Offers
To Provide
Navy Tours
Chamber Will
Consider Offer
By Restaurateur
A1 Logun, owner of Loguns
Lobster House, has offered a free
bus service to take tourists on
tours of the Naval Station, he told
The Citizen today.
Harold Laubscher, manager of
the Chamber of Commerce, also
said Logun had made the offer
and that it would be placed be before
fore before the chamber's board of direc directors.
tors. directors.
For several months, the Navy
had provided a free bus for the
tours. The dailyexcept Saturday
and Sundaytours recently were
stopped on orders from the office
of the Secretary of the Navy.
Popular Attraction
The chamber said the tours
were one of the most popular of
Key Wests tourist attractions.
(Continued on Page Two)

Pre 4th July
DANCE
TONIGHT
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at the
CUBAN CLUB
MUSIC by
Los Mamboleros
FROM 10 P.M. TILL 2 A.M.
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Ladies 40c
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Childrens Bookmobile Will
Begin Operation On Monday

No Citizen Monday

Following an annual custom,
in ordor to givo its omployoos
an opportunity to onjoy tho
holiday with thair familias,
Tho Citizen will not bo pub published
lished published on Monday, July 5.
Tho next issue of tho paper
will appear on Tuesday, July 4.

Judge Gibson
Tells Of Acts
Of Delinquents
Jailbreak, Other
Misdeeds Lead To
Marianna Sentence
By BILL SPILLMAN
Two young boys recently picked
the lock and escaped from the new
Monroe County jail. Following the
jail break, the two boys scaled the
jail house fence and stole two
scooters parked near the office of
Sheriff John M. Spottswood and
went for a joy ride.
The jail break and subsequent
events are the direct reason the
boys are to be admitted to the
Florida Industrial School for Boys
located at Marianna Florida, so
stated Juvenile Judge Eva Warner
Gibson.

Sheriff John Spottswood to today
day today denied Mrs: Gibson's stato statomont
mont statomont that two juveniles had
picked a lock at the county
jail and scaled the fence to
oscapo.
"And wo rocoived no roport
of motor scooters stolen by the
boys," Spottswood said.
The sheriff said the boys
war* eating in the jail's kit kitchen
chen kitchen end walked out Into tho
backyard. From there they
slipped out the gate when it
was opened for a vehicle.
"The jail," Spottswood add added,
ed, added, "does not have facilities for
tho detention of juveniles. We
do not treat them like crimin criminals.
als. criminals. I told Mrs. Gibson about
tho lack of juvenile facilities
when I became sheriff. I else
told her at that time that we
would take them at the jail only
under protest. We only take
juveniles under written court
order."

One of the boys to be admitted
is now ten years old. Mrs. Gibson
says that he had been in her court
three times for breaking and en enering
ering enering by the time he was 7. The
boy had been helped by his uncle
and his grandmother who helped
the court in this type of work.
School authorities also attempted
to help the boys but it was appar apparantlv
antlv apparantlv a losing battle on the local
level.
Bad Living Conditions
Mrs. Gibson pointed out that the
boy has a dislike for the poverty
(Continued on Page Two)

We Will Close
Monday, July 5,
at 1:30 P.M.
IN OBSERVANCE
OF JULY 4TH
PEREZ BROTHERS
BAKERY

THE SOUTHERNMOST NEWSPAPER IN THE U.S. A.

Committee Reveals
Route Portable
Library Will Take
The Childrens Bookmobile will
be ready to start its first tour of
the city Monday morning, July 5,
at 8 a.m.
Mrs. Edith Russell, the driver driverlibrarian
librarian driverlibrarian will make stops in Zone
1 which encompasses Boca Chica
Naval Housing, Stock Island, and
Sigsbee Park. Other areas will be
covered on successive days as
shown in the schedule below.
The Bookmobile will go into
service just eight weeks after the
idea was suggested at a Poinciana
PTA meeting. Many persons in
the community gave freely of their
time and effort to put this mobile
library on the road.
Valuable Helpers
Edwin Trevor loaned one of his
trucks, Arthur Mulberg gave a
discount on the necessary painting
and repairs. Harry England drew
up plans for the interior shelves.
Mr. Studebaker of the USS
Saiinan volunteered his talents
for the construction of the shelves
which took several weeks to build.
He was assisted by several other
Navy volunteers.
Paul Sher gave valuable aid and
advice to the committee and has
been instrumental in helping to
raise the necessary funds, and
Enrique Tsquinaldo, Jr., drew up
the charter and gave legal assist assistance.
ance. assistance.
Committee Workers
Poinciana teachers Mrs. George
Rogers, Mrs. R. E. Lilly, Mrs.
Mildred Jones, Miss Helen Taylor,
and Mrs. Edith Russell along with
PTA presidents Mrs. Edward Bay Bayly
ly Bayly and Cdr. W. F. Toy, formed
the working committee which cata catalogued
logued catalogued books, planned the routes
and brought the Bookmobile into
being.
Funds were donated by the Na/y
Officers Wives Steering Committee
and the Community Chest. Pledges
have been made by Rotary, Lions,
Masons and the PTA's. Books were
donated by Chaplain Robinson,
Albert Carey, and many of the
(Continued on Page Two)

Calendar For
Next School
Year Announced
The calendar for the 1954-55
school year has been approved by
the Board of Public Instruction,
it was announced today.
The calendar follows:
August 16 (Monday)Teachers
report for duty to the school
where assign and, 8:30 a.m.
August 2< (Friday) F.E.A.
meeting, in Miami (District 12).
August 30 (Monday)Opening
of school.
September 6 (Monday)Holi (Monday)Holiday
day (Monday)Holiday (Labor Day).
November 1 (Monday)Evalu (Monday)Evaluation
ation (Monday)Evaluation Day (pupils not attending).
November 25-26 (Thursday and
Friday)Thanksgiving Holidays
begin at 3:00 p.m. Wednesday.
December 17 (Friday)Christ (Friday)Christmas
mas (Friday)Christmas Vacation (classes close at
noon).
January 3 (Monday)Classes
reopen.
January 21 (Friday) First
semester ends.
January 24 (Monday)Evalua (Monday)Evaluation
tion (Monday)Evaluation Day (pupils not attending).
April 1 (Friday)Spring Vaca Vacation
tion Vacation .begins at 3:00 p.m.
April 11 (Monday)Classes re reopen.
open. reopen.
June 7 (Tuesday) Evaluation
Day (pupils not attending).
June 8 (Wednesday)Pupils
dismissed, report cards distrib distributed.
uted. distributed.
June 14 (Tuesday)Teachers
contracts end 3:00 p.m.

KEY WEST, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1954

Ownership Of Valuable
Keys Land Is Disputed

SAFETY OVERSEERFIorida State Highway Patrolman George
Bennett is busy this holiday weekend in pursuit of his regular
duty of helping keep the Overseas Highway, from Key West to
Big Pine K.ey, as accident-free as possible. Also, Bennett has an
added job until Monday at midnightthat of supervising "Op "Operation
eration "Operation Holiday," which is described in the story below.Citizen
Staff Photo. Sybil.

Operation Holiday Gives
Glimpse Of Patrols Work

National Radio
Show To Carry
Key West Ads
Beginning Monday, Key West
will get spot mention on a nation nationwide
wide nationwide radio program over 566 sta stations.
tions. stations.
Harold Laubscher, manager of
the Chamber of Commerce, said
the spot mention will be made on
the show, Florida Calling, Mutual
Network, five days a week for the
next two months.
The SI,OOO fee for the spot is be being
ing being borne partially by Members
of the chamber and by the Monroe
County Advertising Commission.
The show, emceed by Tom
Moore, originates at Winter Haven
and is carried over the local sta station
tion station here.
Laubscher said the show reach reaches
es reaches between 3.500,000 and 4.000.000
listeners daily. It is the first time
Key West has done such advertis advertising.
ing. advertising.
Every day on the show, some
person in the United States is tele telephoned.
phoned. telephoned. The correct answer to a
question asked them wins a 10-day
free trip to Florida.
During the day the winners will
be taken on a tour of the state,
including an overnight stay in Key
West.

CLASSIC BALLET
PRINCESS NINA
Arthur Murray's
Air Conditioned Studio
SI7 DUVAL ST. PHONE 24430

Bennett Tells Of
Tragic Mishaps
Along U.S. 1
By SUE JONES
Operation Holiday got under
way early last nightand death,
for a little while, was also on a
holiday.
Operation Holiday is a safety
education project of the Florida
Highway Patrol. The patrol in invites
vites invites representatives of civic and
service organizations to ride with
a trooper on a routine patrol, in
an effort to acquaint them with
the work of the patrol and in
turn to report back to their or organizations.
ganizations. organizations.
The ride to Marathon and back
with Trooper George Bennett of
the State Highway Patrol, and
Bill Elliot of the Shore Patrol was
uneventful in that no accidents
occurred along the Overseas High Highway
way Highway all last night.
Grim Aspects
The only grim part of the ride
was that every few miles Bennett
or Elliot would point out the
scene of a serious accident accidentwhere
where accidentwhere there were injuries or
deaths.
They both pointed out that in
every serious accident they had
investigated, excessive speed and
drinking had been contributing
factors to the tragedies.
Of course, Bennett said, if
they live through it, they always
(Continued on Page Two)

IT'S FUN TO SHOP
..
Strunk Lumber
120 Simonton Street, near Citizen

Legion Slates Gala Fourth
Of July 0b servance Tonight

County Is Off To
Good Start For
Safe Weekend
The long Fourth of July
weekend was off to a good
start traffic wise, as far as
Monroe County was concerned.
Up until late this morning
neither the sheriff's depart department
ment department nor the State Highway
Patrol had a report of a high highway
way highway accident.
Officers said they hoped it
stayed that way.
But nationwide the picture
was not porfoct. Traffic
deaths were mounting slowly,
the Associated Press reported.
In the first 14 hours of the
holiday, 22 persons met death
in traffic accidents. The holi holiday
day holiday weekend was timed as
beginning at 6 p.m. yesterday.
Four died in a collision bo botween
tween botween an empty bus and a
passenger auto at Mehweh,
N. J., for the biggest single
traffic death tell reported this
far.

Varied Plans
Made Here For
Long Holiday
Key Westers were about evenly
divided on whether to spend the
Fourth of July holidays taking it
easy at home, go up the Keys
or take advantage of the long
weekend to make a longer trip.
Those planning to stay at home
will find plenty to do. Theres a
dance at the Elks Club tonight for
the benefit of the Harry-Anne Crip Crippled
pled Crippled Children's Home, and the
American Legions annual celebra celebration
tion celebration and presentation of the Legion
award to the years most outstand outstanding
ing outstanding citizen on Sunday night.
Monday night, the Shrine Club
has planned entertainment at the
County Beach, followed by a big
fireworks display.
To Marathon
Many Key Westers plan to at attend
tend attend the Community Fair in Mar Marathon,
athon, Marathon, among them Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Adams. The fair opened
yesterday and will continue until
Monday night.
Stay-at-homes include Admiral
and Mrs. George C. Towner who
plan to spend the holiday with a
minmum of fuss and bother.
Mrs. Jean Baillod, who leaves
Thursday for several months visit visiting
ing visiting her mother in Switzerland, will
be busy at home making final
preparations for her trip aboard.
Col. and Mrs. Herbert Pace have have(Continued
(Continued have(Continued on Page Two*

BASEBALL
WICKERS FIELD
SATURDAY, JULY 3
One Game
SUNDAY. JULY 4TH
Two Games
TAMPA
vs.
KEY WEST ALL STARS
GAME TIME: 8 P.M.
Adm.: Adults 65c, Children 25c

Outstanding Local
Citizen Will Be
Named At Event
The American Legions obser observance
vance observance of Fourth of July will get
under way at 8 oclock tonight at
the Legion Home on Stock Island,
Dale E. Fox general chairman for
Arthur Sawyer Post- No. 28, an announced
nounced announced today.
The first event of the evening
will be the annual presentation of
the Outstanding Citizen Award by
Post Commander Norman C. Kra Kranich.
nich. Kranich. The 1954 recipient has been
selected by a committee of Legion Legionnaires.
naires. Legionnaires.
Annual Event
Each year during its Fourth of
July observance Arthur Sawyer
Post honors the outstanding citi citizen
zen citizen of the year.
The recipient will be presented
with a trophy which is beau beautifully
tifully beautifully engraved attesting to the
honor. A permanent trophy is on
display in the Trophy Case at the
Post Home.
Following the Civic Award event,
the Rev. James E. Statham, pastor
of Fleming Street Methodist
Church, will make a short address
on the meaning of the Fourth of
July.
A flag disposal ceremony has
been scheduled after the address.
Fireworks Display
A spectacular and beautiful aeri aerial
al aerial display of fireworks has been
arranged following the flag dispos disposal
al disposal ceremony.
A dance is scheduled for 10 o-
clock with music by Chipchasc and
orchestra.
Chairman Fox extends an invitar
tion to the general public to join
the American Legionnaires in the
observance of July 4 by attending
these events at the Legion Home
on Saturday evening.
Serving with Chairman Fox are
Legionnaires Carl Sawyer, Melvin
J. Edwards, Kenneth Longhurst
and Vance C. Stirrtip.

Nation Plans
Old-Fashioned
Celebration
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Throughout the nation this week weekend,
end, weekend, in big cities and small towns,
Fourth of July celebrations will
mostly follow the old-fashioned for formula
mula formula of a parade, fireworks and
patriotic speeches.
But behind the speeches will lie
the very modern problems of an
uneasy atomic age, more awesome
than any that could be imagined
when American independence was
declared 178 years ago.
Celebrations at some of the na nations
tions nations most historic shrines how however,
ever, however, will keep alive an apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation of the countrys early strug struggles
gles struggles and hardships and of the
courage required to overcome
them.
Johns To Spoak
There will be ceremonies at
Valley Forge, near Philadelphia,
where prospects for American suc success
cess success in the War for Independence
reached their lowest ebb. At the
Washington Memorial Chapel
there acting Gov. Charles E. Johns
of Florida wHI speak.
There will also be other cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies at Independence Hall in
Philadelphia, home of the liberty
Bell.
Fireworks will light up Bostons
famed common, where independ independ
independ (Continued on Page Two)

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Toll District
Commission, SRD
Battle Threatens
By JIM COBB
A battle between the State
Road Department and the
Overseas Road and Toll
Bridge District commission
over the ownership of about
10 million dollars worth of
keys land is shaping up.
The battle lines were
drawn today when Anthony
Demeritt, chairman of the
commission, received official
word from Acting Governor
Charley E. Johns that the
commission had been rein reinstated.
stated. reinstated.
However, the governor
added that the commission
will be expected to turn over
all of their assets, including
hundreds of acres of valu valuable
able valuable keys land for which
they hold the title to the
State Road Department.
Local Bill 1$ Bails
Demeritt contends that the
land should go to Monroe County
under the terms of a 1953 local
biU sponsored by Representative
Bernie C. Papy and passed by the
state legislature.
It provides that when the bond bonded
ed bonded indebtedness of the Overseas
Road and Toll Bridge District is
liquidated on October 1, the lands
owned by the district, with the
exception of the actual right-of right-ofway,
way, right-ofway, will revert to the Monroe
County Commission.
Under the terms of the operat operating
ing operating contract signed in 1948 by the
State Road Department and the
District Commission, the land
was io revert to the road depart department.
ment. department. The 1953 act was passed
to forestall this possibility.
Official Notice
Gov. Johns telegram: I have
today revoked the suspension is issued
sued issued against you on April 7, there thereby
by thereby reinstating you as a member
of the Overseas Road and Toll
Bridge District of the State of
Florida. Because the outstanding
bonds of the district will be com completely
pletely completely liquidated on October 1,
at which time the title and abso absolute
lute absolute ownership of the property
included in the lease agreement
between the Overseas Road and
Toll Bridge District Commission
and the State Road Department
shall immediately be vested in
the State of Florida, I am in instructing
structing instructing you to proceed with the
termination of the District and
to take auch steps as are neces necessary
sary necessary to turn over to the State
Road Department all of the as assets
sets assets of the district as provided
for in such lease.
Of Acres
But Demeritt toointed out that
the land should Jevert to Monroe
County. It consists of hundred of
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Dr. Anthony
DeNote
EYE SPECIALIST. M.D.
Will Be Here for Consul Consultation-on
tation-on Consultation-on SATURDAY,
JULY 10
FOR APPOINTMENTS.
CALL
Dr. J. A. Valdes
PHONE 2-7821



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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

OPERATION HOLIDAY
(Continued from Page One)
insist they werent driving too
fast.
The fact remains that in most
of the recent accidents, only one
car was involved.
Careless Fishermen
He said that it wasnt unusual
to see fishermen sleeping on the
bridge curbs and that it was a
miracle that there werent more
accidents involving them.
But its not their faultits just
that most people who drive this
highway are careful when they
see someone fishing along the
bridges.
He told about a woman who
stepped out in front of a car just
as he was driving along in the
opposite direction. The driver of
the other car started to pull out
to avoid hitting the woman and was
forced to slam on his brakes at
the approach of the patrol car.
She was highly indignant when
reprimanded and said the driver
was at fault because he was driv driving
ing driving too fast.
She was Just lucky, Elliot said.
Sometimes these fishermen seem
to forget that the highways are
supposed to be for cars and not
fishing.
Danger To Child
Another woman crossed the road
at the south end of Harris Gap
bridge the other day and left her
small child waiting for her. The
toddler wandered across the high highway
way highway in front of Bennett and Elliot
who were driving north on their
regular patrol.
It could have resulted in a
tragedy if someone had been driv driving
ing driving a little too fast when the child
started across the road.
When asked why the Florida
Patrol uses cars that are un unmistakable
mistakable unmistakable instead of less con conspicuous
spicuous conspicuous paint jobs, Bennett said,
It works both ways. When the
average motorist sees one of our
cars, he will automatically look at
his speedometer, and if he is driv driving
ing driving a little too fast, he usually
slows down. This alone could pre prevent
vent prevent an accident.
Habitual Speeders
Sometimes, a habitual speeder,
one of those guys who gets under
the wheel and takes off with just
one thought inmindto get where
he is going just as fast as he pos possibly
sibly possibly can without being stopped
by the Highway Patrol, gets real
cagey, so we have to be cagey,
too.
They dont realize that it takes
at least 270 feet to stop a car
traveling 60 miles an hour. High
speeds are especially dangerous
at night because then youre out outdriving
driving outdriving your headlights.
If something happens beyond
the range of your lights it is al almost
most almost impossible to avoid an ac accident,
cident, accident, and suppose youre only
going 70 miles an hour and are
involved in an accident where
someone is killed thats man manslaughter,
slaughter, manslaughter, and a manslaughter
charge isnt worth that extra ten
miles of speed.
Wracked Car
We took a look at three cars
that were in accidents on the high highway
way highway during the past monththey
arent a pretty picture. In one of
them the engine was on the front
seat.
Next time you go through Mara Marathon,
thon, Marathon, and think you have to hurry,
stop for a few minutes and see
for yourselves. The crumpled cars
are the best argument f' watch watching
ing watching your speedometer youll see
for a long, long time.
With the holiday weekend com coming
ing coming up and the National Safety
Council predicting that more than
four hundred persons will lose
their lives in traffic accidents,

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CHILD'S PLATE 75c
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Virginia Baked Ham with Fruit Sauce
Baked Filet of Grouper with Lemon
Butter
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Vi Baked Spring Chicken with Yellow
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Broiled Chopped Steak, Onion Saute
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Salad, Dessert and Beverage)

Saturday, July 3, 1954

OWNERSHIP OF
(Continued From Page One)
acres purchased from the Florida
East Coast Railroad at the time
the Overseas Highway was built.
Included are the Bahia Honda
park development, Pigeon Key
and the boy and girl scout camps
at West Summerland Key.
Demeritt added that the land
rightfully belongs to Monroe
County residents because of the
fact that they assumed the re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for paying off the
bonded indebtedness of the high highway.
way. highway.
In a statement to The Citizen,
Demeritt said: More details will
have to be forthcoming before
any definite opinion of the gov governors
ernors governors telegram can be formed.
However, if it is the Acting Gov Governors
ernors Governors intention that the mem members
bers members of the Overseas Road and
Toll Bridge District Commission
turn over to the State Road De Department
partment Department any of the assets of the
District other than the actual
right-of-way, I am afraid there
will be a second suspension com coming
ing coming up. Ido not believe that any
of the commissioners will be will willing
ing willing to give the stgte road depart department
ment department the properties that right rightfully
fully rightfully belong to Monroe County.
Demeritt added that the Com Commission
mission Commission has not scheduled an of official
ficial official meeting as yet, pending
further information from the
Governor.

REPORT ISSUED ON
(Continued Page One)
in the Roosevelt Boulevard area,
in narticular.
When those trucks are loaded
with marl, they require more than
500 feet to come to a stop when
they are speeding, said the judge.
He brought up another point
when he said that he has very few
repeaters in his court. Last week,
he suspended the licenses of two
repeaters.
Broken down, the report releas released
ed released yesterday shows that three were
263 convictions for drunken giv giving;
ing; giving; 1925 convictions for parking
and nonmoving violations; 789
convictions for hazardous moving
violations and 95 convictions for
license violations.
A total of 560 persons were con convicted
victed convicted in city court as intoxicated
pedestrians
Motorists were convicted on a
total of 281 charges stemming from
the citys 267 accidents.
City's Danger Areas
Butler also outlined the ctiys
danger areas when he pointed out
that there have been a total of
seven mishaps at the corner of
Roosevelt Boulevard and 13th
Street. There have been five ac accidents
cidents accidents at the intersection of Duval
and Fleming Streets and White
Street and Truman Avenue.
Five accidents have occured at
the Roosevelt Boulevard triangle,
near the Naval Hospital.
Flagler Avenue and Roosevelt
Boulevard has been the scene of
four traffic injuries while three
persons have been hurt in acci accidents
dents accidents at Truman Avenue and
Roosevelt Boulevard.
DEATHLESS RECORD
FORT MILL. S. C. W)This
town of more than 3,000 people
yesterday passed its sixth. year
without a traffic death.
Police said there had been non
concerted safety drive during the
2,192 days.
Bennett and Elliot are keeping their
fingers crossed.
Both of them said they would
like to know that on Tuesday
morning they could make their re reports
ports reports and say, No accidents oc occurred
curred occurred on the Overseas Highway
during the weekend.

VARIED PLANS MADE
(Continued from Page One)
nt planned anything special but
may go to Cuba later on.
Mayor and Mrs. C. B. Harvey
will take a group of their sons
friends to Miami to attend the pop
concert on Sunday night sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the University of Miami.
If Commissioner and Mrs. Lou
Carbonell dont become grand par parents
ents parents over the weekend theyll be
at Bahia Honda and maybe go to
the Marathon fair.
Papys To Miami
Representative and Mrs. Bernie
C. Papv will spend the holidays
in Miami with Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Dodge and other friends.
Several groups plan to spend the
holidays in Cuba, including Mr. and
Mrs. Billy Applerouth, and several
other couples.
The Merviile Rosams and the J.
E. Bardwells have planned on
a camping and fishing trip to Bahia
Honda for the weekend.
Commissioner and Mrs. Jack
Delaney are undecided, but in any
case, they plan to attend the Shrine
celebration.
Most of the younger set are
planning to spend their holiday at
the beach and at picnics and
barbecues either at home or on the
Keys.
Key Westers are looking forward
to the three-day holiday and wheth whether
er whether they stay home or plan to leave
town for the weekend, they expect
to thoroughly enjoy themselves.

NATION PLANS
(Continued from Page One)
er.ee was preached and stoutly de defended.
fended. defended. And several blocks away
at the old state house, now a his historical
torical historical museum, the Declaration of
Independence will be read by an
honor student from Boston Latin
School, the oldest school in the
country.
Fireworks In Capital
A mammoth fireworks display
will be set off July 5 at the
grounds of the Washington Monu Monument
ment Monument in Washington D.C. This an annual
nual annual show usually draws thousands
to the center of the nations cap capital.
ital. capital.
The nations first familyPresi familyPresident
dent familyPresident and Mrs. Eisenhower will
not be in town to see the sight.
They plan a quiet holiday weekend
at Camp David, the presidential
retreat in the Catoctin Mountains
of Maryland.
Vice President Richard Nixon
will be among the holiday orators.
Today he goes to Somerset, Pa.,
to take part in the towns ses sesquicentennial
quicentennial sesquicentennial celebration.
Another celebration in western
Pennsylvania will mark the 200th
anniversary of the Battle of Ft.
Necessity near Uniontown, Pa.,
which opened the French and Ind Indian
ian Indian War. The speaker there will be
Gen. George C. Marshall.
California Plans
On the other side of the country
in California a huge firework dis display
play display will be touched off Sunday at
the 103,C00-seat Los Angeles Memo Memorial
rial Memorial Coliseum. The next day ano another
ther another big show will be staged at
Pasadenas Rose Bowl where 80,-
000 are expected.
In Texas the traditional Fourth
of July celebration are rodeos and
cowboy reunions.
At Flastaff, Ariz., more than 12,-
000 Indians were in town for three
nights of ceremonials and pow-wow
rituals.
Independence Day ceremonies in
Detroit, Mich., recall the most re recent
cent recent war in which American sol soldiers
diers soldiers have fought. The city will pre present
sent present to Korea a 40-car train loaded
with relief and rehabilitation sup supplies.
plies. supplies. Tyo Wook Han, Koreas mi miister
ister miister plenipotentiary to the United
Slates and delegate to the United
Nations, will accept the train for
Korea gifts, which range from
aspirin tablets to trucks and trac tractors.
tors. tractors.

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14. That chap
15. Young cows
17. Exist
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Jet Fighter
Plane Crash
Is Probed
UTICA, N. Y. (.eA special Air
Force team today spearheaded an
investigation of the wreckage of a
jet fighter plane that crashed into
a hamlet crossroads near here yes yesterday
terday yesterday and killed four persons on
the ground.
The fuel in the rocket-laden F94C
Starfire apparently exploded and
set fires that destroyed an auto automobile
mobile automobile and two houses in tiny
Walesville. about 11 miles south southwest
west southwest of Utica. None of the rockets
exploded.
The planes pilot, Lt. William E.
Atkins, 24, of Dutton, Va., and the
radar observer, Lt. Henry F. Cou Coudon,
don, Coudon, 26, of Perryville Md. bailed
out before the crash and escaped
injury.
Auto Passengers
Killed were the three persons
riding in the automobile Stanley
Phillips 38, his wife, Florence, 32,
and their son, Gary, 11, all of near nearby
by nearby Hecla and Mrs. Doris Monroe,
28, occupant of one of the houses.
One-year-old Betty Lou Monroe
was injured, apparently by flying
debris.
The plane was one of the two
jets ordered up in a practice
scramble flight from the 27th
Fighter Interceptor Squadron at
Griffiss Air Force Base, Rome.
A spokesman at the base gave
this account of events leading up
to the crash:
The two planes were ordered by
radio to check on an unidentified
plane that had entered the area
guarded by the air defense opera operation.
tion. operation.
The pilots were satisfied the air aircraft
craft aircraft was friendly and were
headed back to their base, when
fire broke out in the cockpit of
Atkins plane. Both men stuck to
the craft as long as they could,
then Atkins ordered Coudon to bail
out. He followed the other man
over the side from about 7,000 feet.
JUDGE GIBSON TELLS
(Continued From Page One)
of his living conditions. She be believes
lieves believes that this is directly a con contributing
tributing contributing factor to his delinquency.
Before his uncle and grandmoth grandmother
er grandmother took over the boy had been liv living
ing living with his mother and four child children
ren children in a one room shack.
The other boy in the jail break
first came to the attention of ju juvenile
venile juvenile authorities when a neighbor
reported to the police the cruelty of
the mother to this little boy. When
the report was investigated it was
found that the family of the child
lived in a disheveled shack in an
alley. The child was found secur secured
ed secured to an iron bed by a lock and
chain.
Vandalism Results
Judge Gibson states that this
boy has been fighting his particu particular
lar particular situation since that time by
acts vandalism. The boy has been
charged with cutting rubber hose
of the local Convent into many
pieces, stealing from parked cars,
staging a make-believe armed
robbery which netted him $2.15.
breaking parking meters for nick nickels.
els. nickels. and as a finale, participating
in the jail break.
Mrs. Gibson states that failure
of the boy to rehabiliate was direct directly
ly directly due to the attitude of the childs
mother.
Our policy calls for a long per period
iod period of rehabilitation work here at
home where the boy or girl be belongs.
longs. belongs. We need the help of welfare
groups who will aid in changing
the attitude of delinquent chil children
dren children so vandalism and other det detrimental
rimental detrimental acts can be prevented.

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S. Timber tree
4. Dregs
5. Newspaper
official
Cubic
meters

7. Weight
allowance
8. Donkey
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16. Winnow
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27. Unclose
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Children's Bookmobile
j (Continued From Page One)
| grade school children of Key
West. Mrs. Hilda Cunniff gave a
complete set of the Books of
Knowledge.
Main Areas
The proposed route of the Book Bookmobile
mobile Bookmobile is listed in detail below.
The five main areas will be cov covered
ered covered each week as follows:
MondayArea 1: All stops off
main IslandBoca Chica, Sigsbee
Park, Stock Island.
TuesdayArea 2: Poinciana Dis District-Eastern
trict-Eastern District-Eastern end of Island to
First St.
Wednesday Area 3: Truman
DistrictFirst St. to Reynolds,
Beach to Truman.
ThursdayArea 4: Douglass Dis DistrictReynolds
trictReynolds DistrictReynolds to Fort, Duval to
Fort, Beach to Truman, western
end of Island.
FridayArea 5: Harris District
Duval to North Beach, Truman
to docks.
Complete Route
Specific stops are planned as
follows:
Area 1: Off Island.
Boca Chical stop; Stock Is Island-stops
land-stops Island-stops at all trailer parks;
Sigsbee Parkfollow same stops
as city bus makes.
Area 2: Poinciana.
Stops at 18th, 16th, 14th and 12th
on Eagle Ave.; 2 stops in the cir circle
cle circle at Poinciana Place, Ist and
Poinciana Drive; stops at Poin Poinciana
ciana Poinciana School and MacArthur Hous Housing
ing Housing across from the school; stops
at Bth, sth and 2nd on Seidenberg
Avenue; stops at 2nd and Fogarty,
4th, 6th on Fogarty, Harris and
7th; at the Salt Ponds, there will
be two stops around the circle.
Area 3: Truman.
Stops at Atlantic and Rest Beach
Housing, County Beach, Johnson
and Francis, Laird and Steven,
Laird and Ist. On Von Phister,
stops at Ashby, Thompson, Tropi Tropical,
cal, Tropical, Whalton, Reynolds. Stop at
Reynolds School. On Seminary
Street, stops at Grinnell, Whalton,
Tropical, Thompson, Duncan and
Leon, Duncan and Florida, Cath Catherine
erine Catherine and Varela, Catherine and
Grinnell, Packer and Virginia,
Virginia and Watson, Virginia and
Georgia. A stop in Bayview Park
and one at Truman School.
Area 4: Douglass.
Stops at Vernon and Waddell,

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Laubscher also said the cham chamber
ber chamber is working on the possibility
of a commercial bus tour of the
station for which tourists would
be required to pay.
I don't think we ll do anything
on Als proposition until we ex explore
plore explore our own tour possibilities
further, Laubscher added.
Transit Cos. OK
The chamber manager said he
believed any such tour would have
; to get an okay from the Key West
j Transit Cos., which, he said, holds
j a franchise to operate- transport
! buses on the city streets.
He added that the company had
okayed the tour when it was in a
| Navy bus.
The Navy in Washington has
approved of a bus tour of the
station, if proper security meas measures
ures measures are taken, but not in a Navy
bus.
Waddell and William, Margaret
and Catherine, Catherine and Wil William,
liam, William, Simonton, Thomas, Virginia*
and Simonton. On Olivia, stops at
Whitehead, Thomas, Emma, and
Douglass School playground. Stops
on Fort Street. On Virginia, stops
at Howe, Thomas, Whitehead.
Stops at Amelia and Whitehead,
Catherine and Whitehead, Emma ;
and Petronia. Angela and Thomas.
Area 5: Harris.
On Olivia, stops at Windsor Lane,,
Elizabeth, Francis, Georgia, Pearl.
Angela and Ashe, Elizabeth and,
Angela, Southard and Francis, j
Margaret, Elizabeth, stops on;
Eaton at Elizabeth, William. Grin-
nell, White. Stops at Porter Place,
also stops at Peary Court. Stops on j
Caroline Street at Grinnell, Wil William,
liam, William, Simonton, Duval. Stops on!
Front Street at Ann and Simon Simonton.
ton. Simonton.

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Swindle Rebound
AURORA, Neb. An elderly
couple whose car had broken down
voiced to Nebraska State Sen.
Lester Anderson their suspicions
a garage operator here might
swindle them with his bill.
Anderson assured them they
were wrong and to build up the
hospitality of his home town, in installed
stalled installed them in his private guest
room at the hotel he owns.
Checking the room after the cou couple
ple couple left the next day, Anderson
found the room towels and the bath
mat gone.
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Tuesday* Wednesday and Thursday

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TAMPA. Fla. While humans
sweltered in the heat 105 purebred
brahman cattle sailed for Costs
Rica today in air conditioned
comfort.
The holds where the Florida bred
cattle are housed aboard the motor
vessel Caravel will be kept regu regulated
lated regulated at 72-75 degrees throughout
the trip.
Thomas Baiella bought the cat cattle
tle cattle to improve his herd.

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PATRIOTIC CAKESenora Oscar Morales and Mrs. Joe Bring*
man are pictured holding the beautifully decorated cake that was
given as the door prise at the Fourth of July luncheon at Ft.
Taylor yesterday. Mr*. Bringman made the cake, recently lea*
tured in a national woman's magasine. Senora Morales held
the winning number,Staff Photo by Sybil.

Naval Annex Wives Are Hostesses
At Ft. Taylor Holiday Luncheon
When the Naval Annex Officers Wives planned a Fourth of
July theme for the luncheon at Fort Taylor yesterday, they made
sure that no one could make any mistake about the holiday.
The patio was gaily decorated with flags and buntings in red,
white and blue. The tables carried out the patriotic theme with
red and white flowers, big red fire crackers and roman candles.

In the center of the main table
three dolls about a foot high were
dressed to represent the Spirit of
76. Red hibiscus blossoms,
Queen Annes lace and sprays of
the fire cracker plant were us used
ed used in the arrangements placed all
along the tables.
Miniature fire crackers were fast fastened
ened fastened to the star spangled name
cards. The place cards were also
spangled with gold and silver stars
and red and blue cellophane
streamers
Mrs. J. C. Wheeler, Jr. was gen general
eral general chairman for the holiday af affair.
fair. affair. Mrs. Harold Leahy and Mrs.
Robert Paul were decorations
chairmen.
Even the door prize was in keep keeping
ing keeping with the occasion. It was a
cake made and by Mrs.
Joe Bringman to resemble a drum
with peppermint stick and marsh marshmallow
mallow marshmallow drum sticks. It was won
by Senora Oscar Morales.
The business meeting was con conducted
ducted conducted by the new chairman, Mrs.
O. B. Stanley who presented the
retiring chairman, Mrs. H. C. Spic Spicer
er Spicer with a gift on behalf of the club.

RAUL'S
Will Serve A Special
4TH OF JULY
DINNER
SUNDAY and MONDAY
From 12 Noon to 10 P.M.
Featuring As Specials
ROAST VERMONT TURKEY
With All the Trimmings
$2.25
BAKED VIRGINIA HAM
With Orange Sauce
$2.25
Child's Order of Turkey or Ham
SLSO
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus
$2.95
Plus...
A Complete Selection of Delicious
Meals from Our Regular Menu
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SOCIETY PERSONALS NEWS OF INTEREST TO WOMEN

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

The Spicers will leave shortly
for their new station.
Mrs. R. R. Rogers, new-chair new-chairman,
man, new-chairman, read the minutes of the last
advisory board meeting.
The Fort Taylor Club has given
the Childrens Bookmobile a check
for SIOO. All members of the club
were asked to donate childrens
books to the project
Troop and America
The club also gave the Brownie
Scout troop sponsored by the or organization
ganization organization their flags. Another
project of the club is to furnish
ice cream for the birthday parties
at the Old Folks Home.
The buffet tables were placed in
the main dinning room of the club
and featured watermelon shells
filled with tropical fruit. The
menu also included chefs salad,
hot garlic bread, cold sliced turkey
and strawberry short cake.
Does spattering fat from a skill skillet
et skillet annoy you? Then fit a collar of
foil, about four inches wide, around
the pan. Use a double thickness of
foil for the collar.

Page 3

Ellen Trevor 9 s
Engagement
Is Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fogarty
Trevor, 3637 Avenue have announc announced
ed announced the engagement of their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Ellen Blake, to Lt. (jg) John
Valentine Smith, USN, son of Mrs.
Robert Holmes Smith of Boston,
Massachusetts, and the late Cap Captain
tain Captain Robert Holmes, USN.
The future bride was graduated
from the Convent of Mary Im Immaculate
maculate Immaculate in 1950 and attended Rol Rollins
lins Rollins College in Winter Park, where
she was a member of Chi Omega
sorority.
Lt. Smith attended Princeton
University and is a graduate of
the United States Naval Academy,
class of 1952. He is presently serv serving
ing serving aboard the USS Sea Poacher.
The wedding plans are for a
Nuptial Mass at St. Marys Star of
the Sea Church in early Novemb November.
er. November.

Apartment s, Rooms Are
Needed For New Teachers
At this time of the year the
school have injuries from the
new teachers who have been
employed as to housing and
living quarters in our city.
Many people have been gen generous
erous generous in the past and School
Heads appreciate their consid consideration,
eration, consideration, since housing is one
of the problems which inter interferes
feres interferes with securing teachers.
They ask that people having
apartments or rooms available,
register them with Mrs. Mar Margaret
garet Margaret We lions at the high
schooltelphone 2-6021, before
August 16.

Service
Notes
Hinton M. Walker, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. N. Tedder, 702 Pearl
Street, has. finished basic train training
ing training as an airmna at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
Walker is now assigned to tech-
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HINTON M. WALKER
nical school at Sheppard Field, Wi Wichita
chita Wichita Falls, Texas, where he will
receive further training.
He attended Key West High
School before enlisting in the Air
Force.
BPW Officers And
Chairmen Meet
To Plan Program
Officers and committee chair chairman
man chairman of the Business and Profes Professional
sional Professional Womens Club of Key West
met at a dinner meeting on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, July 1, at Lees Orient Res Restaurant.
taurant. Restaurant.
Mrs. Margaret Cusick, first vice vicepresident
president vicepresident outlined the 1954-55 Key
West achievement program, name namely
ly namely Building a Greater Key West.
Officers present at Thursdays
dinner meeting were, Mrs. Joan
Mardis, president, Mrs. Margaret
Cusick, first vice president and
Miss Sarah Butz, treasurer.
The following committe chairmen
were announced for the 1954-55 club
year: education and vocations,
Miss Avis Ward; finance, Mrs. Eva
Lee Newhouse; health and safety,
Mrs. Dorothy Daniels; interna international
tional international relations, Mrs. Carlo Nettles;
legislation, Mrs. Florida Adams
Taylor; membership, Mrs. Rose
Cohen; news service, Miss Rae
Carmitchell; program coordination,
Mrs. Margaret Cusick; public af affairs,
fairs, affairs, Mrs. Elizabeth Albury; radio
and television, Mrs. Alice Knuck;
and bulletin editor, Miss Berglejet
Abrahamson.
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nounced announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Trevor.
The wedding will be an event of early November.Photo by
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Club Calendar
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, JULY 5
9:3oKey West Ministerial Association
3:ooSt. Pauls Womans Auxiliary, at the Parish Hall
3:ooCircle 11, Presbyterian Women
3:ooCircle 1 of First Methodist Church
7:3OWMU of First Baptist Church, at the church
i 7:3oPythian Sisters, Pythian Hall, 728 Fleming Street
B:ooCircle 1, Presbyterian Women
B:ooMethodist Men at Wesley House, 1100 Varela Street
B:ooCircle 111, Presbyterian Women
EVERY TUESDAY
9:ooLadies Day Golf Tournament, Golf Club
9:ooThrift Shop, Navy Commissary open until 12 noon
10:30Truman Junior Garden Club, at the school
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, JULY 6
9:ooCircle 11 of First Methodist Church
7:ooNational Sojourners, Church of Rock. Francis Street
7:3oRainbow Girls at Scottish Rite Temple, 533 Eaton
7:3oPocahontas, Golden Ea gle Hall
B:ooKey West Players, Barn Theatre, 319 Duval Street
B:ooChapter 33. DAV, 422 Amelia Street
B:ooCootiette Club, VFW home, 325 Elizabeth Street
EVERY WEDNESDAY
B:oo Junior Chamber of Commerce, Clubhouse, Flagler Are.
10:30Poinciana Junior Garden Club, at the school
WEDNESDAY, JULY 7
10:00ZX-11 Officers Wives Club
10:00SubRon OWC, at Fort Taylor
s:ooAdvisory Board, Key West Youth Center, Wesley House
B:ooDade Lodge, Masonic, Scottish Rite Temple, 533 Eaton
8:00Gold Star Mothers, V.F.W. Home, 325 Elizabeth St.
B:3oOutboard Club Auxiliary
EVERY Thursday
10:30Convent Junior Garden Club at the Convent
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, JULY 8
10:00Gray Ladies Corps
7:3oJayShees
7:3oNu Phi Mu at San Carlos Hall
B:ooFleet Reserve Ladies Auxiliary, FRA Home, Caroline Si.
B:ooScottish Rite Bodies. Temple, 533 Eaton Street
B:ooAmerican Legion Auxiliary, post home, Stock Island
8:00Dr. F. Varela, Cuban Masonic Lodge, 919 Elizabeth St.
B:ooKnights of Columbus, NCCS Hall, 1021 Duval Street
B:ooCivil Air Patrol, Poinciana Community Center
EVERY Friday
10:00Gym Claase* for Of£icer Wives, Bldg. 83, Seaplane Bate
10:30Harris Junior Garden Club, at the school
7:3oYouth for Christ, Poinciana Baptist Church
FRIDAY, JULY 9
7:3oRebekah Lodge, Pythian Hall, 728 Fleming Street
B:ooEastern Star, Scottish Rite Temple, 533 Eaton

ISephew And Bride Visit
Mr, And Mrs. E. J. Nix
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Nix, of 1304
Eliza street are entertaining Mr.
and Mrs. William Surette of Bos Boston.
ton. Boston. Massachusetts.
The Surettes were married last
Saturday in Quebec City, Canada
and are on their wedding trip.
Mr. Surette is Mrs. Nix's ne nephew',
phew', nephew', and his bride is the former
Jacline Ricard of Quebec, Cana Canada.
da. Canada.
The young couple will visit in

Key West for three or four days
and will be guests at Casa Ma Marina.
rina. Marina. They plan a short trip to
Cuba during their stay here.
SURE EVIDENCE
SHELBY, N.C. i /f> Five people,
with swollen hands and faces, have
been charged with stealing here,
1 Sheriff Haywood Allen said.
Allen said they were arrested for
I taking honey from their neighbor's
! hives. The neighbors were not at
home, he added, but the bees
were.

Mary Lee Graham
Is BPW Choice
For Legion Award
The Key West Business and Pro Professional
fessional Professional Womens Club has nomin nominated
ated nominated Mary Lee Graham as this
years outstanding citizen of Key
West.
Margaret Cusick, first vice pres president
ident president of the club, served as chair chairman
man chairman of the nominating committee.
Mrs. Graham is at present serv serving
ing serving as president of the Key West
Chamber of Commerce, the first
woman president of the local
Chamber and the only woman
president of a Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce in the state of Florida.
She is a charter member of the
BPW and has served as club presi president
dent president in 1949-1950. She is also on
the board of directors of the USO,
the NCCS, the Red Cross, the Com Community
munity Community Chest and is a member of
the committee for the childrens
bookmobile.
Mrs. Graham has served in
many important posts over a
period of years and has played an
important part in a large number
of successful projects of great
value to Key West.
Many organizations and indivi individuals
duals individuals have been asked to endorse
Mary Lee Graham for the Amer American
ican American Legions Outstanding Citizen
award.

BSP Exemplar Has
Swim Party Tues.
Members and guests of Xi Alpha
Theta Exemplar chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi enjoyed the first of the
sororitys summer socials on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening.
The delightful affair was a swim swimming
ming swimming party and covered dish sup supper
per supper planned by the social commit committee
tee committee under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Edward Toppioo.
The group of forty met at the
beautiful Toppino pool on Stock
Island where swimming was en enjoyed,
joyed, enjoyed, followed by a delicious
supper, prepared by sorority sis sisters.
ters. sisters.
The International calendar pro provides
vides provides for one social event each
month during the summer and the
social committee will be busy plan planning
ning planning the additional events to be
held in the months of July and
August.
Kirschenbaums Son And
Family Here For Visit
Mr. and Mrs.J. J. Kirschenbaum,
Jr., and children, Kay, Nell, John
R., Neil, and Richard have recent recently
ly recently arrived from Vicksburg, Miss.,
for a visit with Mr. Kirschen Kirschenbaums
baums Kirschenbaums parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. Kirschenbaum, Sr., at their
home at 416 White Street.

NOTES
HOLLYWOOD
By 808 THOMAS
HOLLYWOOD Wt A man is
judged by the company he keeps,
figures Robert Ryan, and the same
goes for Hollywood.
Ryan, one of the screen's sodid
citizens, today lashed out at some
of his fellow townspeople for at attaching
taching attaching themselves to figures who
bring bad publicity to Hollywood.
For instance, Porfirio Rubirosa,
the 20th-century Don Juan.
I think a guy like that should
be shunned when he comes to
Hollywood, said Ryan, an ex-
Marine who speaks plainly and
has muscles to back up his state statements.
ments. statements. Instead, people rush for
the opportunity to throw him cock cocktail
tail cocktail parties and receptions.
He said the lotharios current
amour, Zsa Zsa Gabor, hasnt
profited from the headlines. Her
film salary is still small.
And thats just what shes
worth, as far as ability is con concerned,
cerned, concerned, he said.
During my career. Ive often
wondered if I shouldnt go after
the more sensational stuff, he
said. Every actor thinks about
it, especially those who are dull
copy like myself. I have a wife
and family and lead a very quiet
life. Ive never been in any
scandal.

It's just as well nothing like
that ever happened to me. After
all, you have to live with your yourself.
self. yourself. And Im convinced that scan scandals
dals scandals dont help a career, despite
thinking to the contrary.
Ive done a lot of traveling on
the road in the past few* years,
talking to theater men and ordin ordinary
ary ordinary citizens all over the country.
I found out that Rita Hayworths
career was actually hurt at the
time of her romance with Aly
Khan.
I dont know about Bob Mit Mitchum,
chum, Mitchum, but I imagine he was hurt
during his scandal. Afterwards?
Well, thats a different matter.
People have short memories.
He observed that Holywood has
changed in recent years, advanc advancing
ing advancing somewhat falteringly in the
direction of respectability. This is
a good thing, he said.
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Today's
Women
By Dorothy Roe

AP Women's Editor
Any woman who allows herself
to look old at 55 is merely a dope,
says Lilly Dache, a high priestess
of glamor.
Every woman can be young, vi vital,
tal, vital, attractive at any age, insists
this French dynamo. All she has
to do is work at it. Nobody needs
to have gray hair or wrinkles any
more. Such things are merely a
sign of laziness.
The volatile Lilly sat on the lawn
of her country home at Pound
Ridge, N.Y., managing to look
glamorous in a pair of blue jeans
and an old T-shirt. The noted milli milliner
ner milliner who started her New York
career 25 years ago as a salesgirl
at Macys, after arriving from her
native France with sl3 has just
been named president of three cor corporations
porations corporations devoted to the cause of
feminine beauty, one making cos cosmetics,
metics, cosmetics, another perfumes, the
third hair cosmetics. She directs

Lt. Nealon Goes
To New Squadron
Lieutenant William G. Nealon,
USN, former Assistant Operations
Officer of the Fleet All Weather
Training Unit, Atlantic, at the Na Naval
val Naval Air Station here, has been
transferred to Fighter Squadron
82 for duty involving flying.
He is married to the former
Miss Margaret Hiestand of Los
Angeles, Calif. They have two
children, Terry Ann and Laurie
Catherine.
Lt. Nealon is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter L. Nealon of 6 Fair Fairview
view Fairview Terrace, Malden, Mass.
LT. HARTMAN IS SENT
TO POST GRAD SCHOOL
Lieutenant Richard V. Hartman,
USN, former Assistant Fighter Di Director
rector Director Officer of the Fleet All Wea Weather
ther Weather Training Unit, Atlantic, has
been transferred to the U.S. Navy
Post Graduate School, Monterey,
Calif. ,to take a two-year course
in Electrical Engineering.
Lt. Hartman is married to the
former Doris Ruth Housa of Webs Webster
ter Webster City, lowa. They have a
daughter, Kathleen Joyce, age 6
years.
He is the son of Mrs. Hulda
Hartman Kestler of Dallas, Oregon.

Betty Hutton
Sheds Mate
SANTA MONICA, Calif, tpiAct tpiActress
ress tpiActress Betty Hutton has been award awarded
ed awarded a divorce from her second hus-
OCurran, after testifying that he
flew into rages that once left her
paralyzed for a month.
The 33-year-old blonde song and
dance performer testified Thurs Thursday
day Thursday that be was a perfectionist
and a human being cannot be per perfect.
fect. perfect.
Miss Hutton married OCurran
March 18, 1952, and separated last
April 20. He did not contest the
divorce.
CROONER UNDERGOES
HOSPITAL CHECKUP
SANTA MONICA, Calif. Crosby is undergoing observation
of a kidney ailment he has had
for several days but his doctor
says surgery isnt contemplated at
this time.
The crooner entered St. Johns
hospital on Wednesday. Dr. Freder Frederick
ick Frederick C. Schlumberger termed it a
periodic checkup and said there
has been no flareup of the ail ailment
ment ailment which he declined to de describe.
scribe. describe.
OLEARY TRANSFERRED
Lieutenant Bernard T. OLeary,
USNR. former Survival Officer of
the Fleet All Weather Training
Unit, Atlantic, has been transferr transferred
ed transferred to Fighter Squadron 82 for duty
involving All Weather flying.
He is the son of Thomas F.
OLeary of Worchester, Mass.
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these with one hand while design designing
ing designing hats with the other.
Miss Dache, who is Mrs. Jean
Despres in private life, has been
studying the astonishing vitality of
the queen bee. who lives 60 times
longer than the humble worker
bees, and who is fed on a diet of
royal jelly. Lilly recently
brought back a commercial cos cosmetic
metic cosmetic containing the royal jelly
ingredient. Says she:
I don't man that women will
live 60 times longer than men if
they use this cream on their faces.
But perhaps they can look 60 times
as young, and that would be better.
This ingredient has been tested in
France for several years. It costs
$2,000 a pound, and has been found
to contain all the known vitamins
and a number which havent even
been named yet.
At a time when most women
would be thinking of nothing more
strenuous than competitions of the
local garden club, Lilly is starting
a new career.
Always I have wanted to design
the whole woman, she says. A
woman can wear a beautiful hat
and a stunning gown, but if her
face is tired and her hair is faded,
what good does it do?
The inner spark of beauty and
vitality must be there, or all the
beautiful clothes are wasted. So
now I am starting with the woman
herself. I want to show her how
to keep her face fresh and glowing,
her hair beautiful and shining, her
body young and lithe. Then she is
ready for the outer glamor the
hat to call attention to her face,
the gown to dramatize the best
points of her figure. And as a final
touch, of course, she must be sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by fragrance. That is the
complete picture of the modern
woman, whose duty is, to be as
beautiful as she can. And she can.

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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

The Key West Citizen
Published daily (except Sunday) from The Citizen Building, corner of
Greene and Ann Streets.
Only Daily Newspaper in Key Weat and Monroe County
L. P. ARTMAN, Editor and Publisher 1921 -1954
NORMAN D. ARTMAN Editor and Publisher
Entered at Key West, Florida, as Second Class Matter
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ADVERTISING RATES MADE KNOWN ON APPLICATION
The Citizen is an open forum and invites discussion of public Issues
and subjects of local or general interest, but it will not publish
anonymous communications.

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST ADVOCATED
BY THE CITIZEN
1. More Hotels and Apartments.
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion.
3. AirportsLand ana Sea.
4. Consolidation of County and City Government*.
5. Community Auditorium.

CITY COMMISSION ACTS WISELY TO
ELIMINATE PESTS IN GARBAGE DUMP
Key West has made another step, an exceedingly im important
portant important one, in going modem, and this time the credit
is due to the Monroe County Anti-Mosquito Commission,
the City Commission and City Manager Victor Lang.
Nobody questions the fact that anything that pro protects
tects protects or conserves a citys health is of primary importance.
And the main thing, in attaining that objective, is good
sanitation. That is what Key West now is going to get in
the treatment of its garbage, as a result of an agreement
made by the commissioners at their meeting Monday
night, with the local anti-mosquito organization.
Heretofore, trash and garbage at the city dump had
been burned, or attempts had been made to bum it. It
is easy enough to burn trash, but it is an altogether dif different
ferent different matter in burning garbage. Some of it will be con consumed,
sumed, consumed, but some will remain in a good enough state for
flies, rats and other pests to feed on.
But it will be different now. W. W. Warner, director
of the Monroe County Anti-Mosquito Association, assured
the commissioners that his organization will eliminate all
garbage pits and the necessity of burning garbage by cov covering
ering covering up every night refuse brought to the dump daily.
Under the covering, the garbage will be beyond the reach
of rats to eat and flies to eat and breed in.
The cost to the city in having that work done is com comparatively
paratively comparatively low. Of every dollar spent, the state will put up
an additional 75 cents.
But the abatement of the fly-and-rat nuisance is not
the only benefit the city will receive from its agreement
with the anti-mosquito organization. Warner asserts that
from three to five acres of land will be filled in annually
in the dump area.
Residents at Sigsbee Park have often complained
of flies that had been bred at the dump. Those complaints
will now cease, for there is no place for flies to breed at
Sigsbee Park. The flies at the park flew there or were
blown there from the dump.
Handling of the dump will add to the effectual
work the anti-mosquitao organization has been doing in
Key West. As The Citizen remarked recently, every resi resident
dent resident knows best about the presence or absence of mos mosquitoes
quitoes mosquitoes in the immediate vicinity of his home. But, so far
as The Citizen has heard, mosquitoes are fewer in Key
West this summer than they ever have been before.
And there are those who have never tasted boiled
peanuts.
Jealousy, like cancer, is often fatal, and never pro productive
ductive productive of good.
Enough money can buy anything, with the exception
of peace of mind and conscience.

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SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON

Jesus, Our Example and
TS*o*:j #Jinqt?jot
By RALPH ROGERS
Our lessons for this quarter are
dealing with Growth in Christian
Living. It has been said that the
only sure things in life are taxes
and death. Growth is also inevit inevitable
able inevitable and whether one grows in
Christian living or in some other
sort of life, he just naturally grows,
some perhaps like Topsy. Today
we are studying Jesus, our Ex Example
ample Example and Lord.
The Children Grew
The Scriptures give a fairly good
picture of the even's surrounding
the birth of Jesus. The Gospels
are silent regarding his childhood
and early manhood except for the
pilgrimage to Jerusalem as record recorded
ed recorded into todays lesson. Had there
been anything exceptional about his
early life the apostles surely
would have heard about it and re recorded
corded recorded it for posterity. That
silence adds credence to the super supernatural
natural supernatural surprises and glories of his
active ministry, for tradition would
certainly spread the facts had he
said or done anything extraordi extraordinary
nary extraordinary in his early life.
Some students have tried to show
that Jesus spent some time in India
and there was taught by wise men.
There is no evidence that he learn learned
ed learned from any others than those in
his own home and village. In
Stewarts Life of Christ, the author
says, He who would worthily
write the life of Christ must have
a pen dipped in the imaginative
sympathy of a poet, in the Pro Prophets
phets Prophets fire, in the artists charm
apd grace, and in the reverence
and purity of the saint.
Jesus had a most normal and
healthy physical development. All
descriptions of him indicate that
he was a perfect physical speci specimen.
men. specimen. The hard, arduous days in
travel during his active ministry
are evidence that he was physic physically
ally physically fit. No doubt the labor in the
carpenter shop so developed his
body as to fit it for the physical
tortures he later was forced to en endure,
dure, endure, and so as a child he grew
and waxed strong.
Jesus also increased in wisdom.
There is no evidence that he ever
went to school but he acquired
knowledge from some source since
he astonished the doctors when at
twelve years of age he was able
to answer their questions. It takes
an intelligent person to ask ques questions
tions questions and his enquiries about the
profound things of life puzzled and
amazed those who heard. The
Jewish law imposed on parents
the responsibility of instructing
their children in the knowledge of
God, His mighty acts and His laws,
and also in disciplining them in re religion
ligion religion and morality. It was the
home in Nazareth which put Jesus
in possession of such knowledge as
to be the envy of scholars.
Finally Luke .states that the
grace of God was upon him. Here
is evidence that such home train training
ing training does kindle in the heart of men
a flame that bums brightly for the
highest and best in life. In his
messages and ministry there was
faith, hope, beauty and glory to his
heavenly Father.
Visit To Tho Tempi*
Palestine was a small country
any part of which could be reach reached
ed reached in a few days journey. It was
rich in historical lore. The mem memories
ories memories of what had taken place in
Jerusalem made it a most attrac attractive
tive attractive city. It must have been a
great day in the life of any child
permitted to accompany his par parents
ents parents to the holy city. Jesus was
permitted to make this journey
with his parents when twelve years
of age, a most impressionable per period

iod period in his life. He no doubt had
been told about the prophets of old
the great kings, the captivity and
exile of his forbears. This enabled
him to converse with the doctors
intelligently.
Then too we find that Jesus was
familiar with the Old Testament.
He used it continually in tempta temptation,
tion, temptation, conflict and suffering. It is
significant that successful lawyers
often use scripture in pleading
their cases. The word of God is
final and convincing. Scholars
have tried in vain to link that ex exceptional
ceptional exceptional knowledge which Jesus
displayed to the Rabbinical schools
or to special training in the esoter esoteric
ic esoteric wisdom of the Essenes. How However
ever However no proof can be found that he
had such training and his perfect
knowledge was based wholly on the
Old Testament and the training he
received in his home.
Then too, he knew human nature,
its littleness and greatness, the lit littleness
tleness littleness that dwarfs the human
soul and the greatness that polish polishes
es polishes the soul into a gleaming dia diamond.
mond. diamond. He could read human
character with unerring and swift
glance. In the bounty of nature
he could draw lessons of inestim inestimable
able inestimable worth, from the trees, flowers,
the birds and the sheep. But the
thing that impressed his listeners
most was his intimacy and certain certainty
ty certainty when he spoke of his Father.
The story is told of Jim Farley,
the great politician, whose father
died when he was ten years old.
He went to work from 3:30 in the
morning until eleven as a machine
boy in the brickyard earning less
than a dollar a day. He says, I
never missed church. I took a
confirmation vow never to drink
or smoke, and Ive kept it. Per-

This Rock
Of Ours
By Bill Gibb

Ive been asked to comment on
juvenile delinquency. My feelings
today on the subject are not much
different than they were three
years ago. Therefore, for the
first time since This Rock of
Ours has been published, Im go going
ing going to run a reprint:
Novambsr, 1951
Ralph Waldo Emerson in his
Journal once said: I hate quo quotations.
tations. quotations. Tell me what you know.
However, he also wrote:Quo wrote:Quotation
tation wrote:Quotation is good only when the writer
whom I follow goes my way, and
being better mounted than I, gives
me a cast.
Now, journalistically speaking,
Mr. Emerson is mounted on an
emperors chariot and Im plodding
along on a donkey. I dont think
he will mind therefore, if I repeat
his words on Civilization
The true test of civilization is
not the census, nor the size of
cities, nor the cropsno, but the
kind of man the country turns
out.
Are we concentrating on this
idea enough here in Key West?
Oh, I know, .we brag" that we
have playgrounds and parks, fine
schools, good churches, etc., for
the upbringing of children. So
what do we do?
We counteract these good things
with horrid examples on our own
part that can be likened more to
saveragerv than to civilization!
Weve forgotten such things as

haps the two greatest blesings I
had in boyhood were a fierce love
of my parents and a deep devotion
to my religion.
Jesus Obeyed His Parents
When Jesus was finally found
after three days his parents rather
rebuked the lad for lagging be behind.
hind. behind. His answer was most rever reverent
ent reverent and explains the secret of his
whole career, Wist ye not that I
must be about my fathers busi business?
ness? business? Some seem to find in these
words criticism and condemnation
for his mother but what he was
trying to say was that you should
expect to find me in the Temple,
the place you have taught me to
love.
Leslie D. Weatherhead in His
Life and Oours describes the lit little
tle little things Jesus must have done
at home as he advanced in stature
and wisdom. Perhaps Joseph had
an old copy of the scriptures from
which he read to the youngster
and then at seven years of age he
perhaps attended the elementary
school at the synagogue. He per perhaps
haps perhaps ran errands for his mother,
played with bits of wood in the
carpenter shop, watched the yeast
make the dough rise, and his moth mother
er mother sewing patches on worn clothes.
He watched the shepherds, the
sower sowing seed, wine poured in into
to into bottles, lamps cleaned and re replenished
plenished replenished with oil, the grinding of
corn at the mill, the baking of
bread and many other things. All
of this gave him the foundation for
the parables which have thrilled
the world in print, on the radio and
on television. No bettei example
has ever been found and like the
centurion, Surely this is the Son
of God.
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Vodured by the Dlvtalon of Chrtat-
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brotherly love, basic honesty, the
! Golden Rule of doing unto others
as we would have them do unto
us.
Instead, we believe in constant
fear and turmoil. Studiously, we
study every contract we sign to
make sure there is no hidden
paragraphs that might cheat us.
We twist legal phraseology to fit
our needs. We laugh at justice
and say she is blind-folded.
The equality of man?Heaven
forbid!All we want is superior superiority
ity superiority over our neighbor!
The word politics is almost
synonymous with a curse word.
Laughingly we admit that States Statesmanship
manship Statesmanship belongs to the era of
Daniel Webster and other suckers.
Cant you realize that our grow growing
ing growing children see all of thisthese
attitudes and actions?
How then, can you expect the
churches, the schools, the play playgrounds.
grounds. playgrounds. to have a lasting effect
upon their lives?
One living example of humane humaneness,
ness, humaneness, of goodness, of a civilized
human being, is ten hundred times
more effective on a young persons
mind than any day spent at school
or on a modern playground.
I know Im often accused of be being
ing being a pessimist and a chronic
! griper. Some say Im a coward cowardafraid
afraid cowardafraid to face facts.
If it's cowardice not to want to
lose all the ethical concepts that
lifted mankind above the beasts,

The Meaning Of Liberty Is Sermon Topic

The Meaning of Liberty will
be the topic for the sermon to be
given at the First Presbyterian
Church tomorrow morning.
Liberty stems from Christian
principles. This is strongly sug suggested
gested suggested by the Apostle Paul in his
letter to the Galatians. Though
Paul speaks of freedom from
ritual and dogma there is also the
suggestion made that a person is
free only as he finds freedom of
conscience and action.
Independence Day
This sermon on Liberty is in re recognition
cognition recognition of our National Independ Independence
ence Independence Day. We have an opportuni opportunity,
ty, opportunity, in observing July 4th, to rethink
some of the great teachings of the
past, and to meet again some great
figures of American history.
George Washington, the Father of
our Country, implemented the De Declaration
claration Declaration of Independence by ac action.
tion. action. It is just as important that
we implement the suggestion of
Scripture by our action.
At the evening worship hour the
study in the Epistle to the Hebrews
will be continued.
Youth Meetings
Youth Fellowships, both Pioneer
and Senior, will meet in the Social
Hall at 6:30 p.m. Information
came this week that the Youth
Fellowships would be visited by
the officers of the District Youth
Council of St. Johns Presbytery on
August 15th.
The Key West Youth Fellowship
is to be honored by having every
member of the Southeast District
Council present at that time.
Vacation Bible School will begin
on Tuesday, July 6, at 9:00 a.m.
The school will run until 11:30 a.m.
The following will teach in the
school, led by Miss Doreen Claw Clawson:
son: Clawson: Mrs. Ann Rosam, Mrs. Nor Norman
man Norman Wood, Mrs. Benj. Adams.
Mrs. Robt. Kershaw, Mrs. Lionell
Cahill, Mrs. John Archer, Miss
Betty Roberts, Miss Sara Butz,
Miss Cathy Sanchez, Mrs. Kenneth
Longhurst.
Ages 4-14
Refreshments will be in charge
of Mrs. Jules Kovash who is lead leading
ing leading this project for the Women of
the Church, who are providing the
refreshments. Children between
the ages of 4 and 14 are invited to
enroll.
The Circles of the Women of the
Church will meet as Follows:
Circle IMrs. Kenneth Long Longhurst,
hurst, Longhurst, Tuesday, 8:00 p.m.
Circle 2Mrs. B. C. Papy, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, 3:00 p.m.
Circle 3Mrs. Fred Miller, Tues- 1
day, 8:00 p.m.
Circle 4Mrs. Norman Wood,
Tuesday, 8:00 p.m.
The Board of Deacons will meet
on Tuesday night at 8:00 p.m. in
the Church Social Hall. The choir
wilL meet on Wednesday night at
7:30 in the Sanctuary.

Miss Ramona Hiint
Is Speaker At
WSCS Meeting
The Womens Society of Christi Christian
an Christian Service of the Ley Memorial
Church held its regular monthly
meeting June 21 at the church.
Miss Ramona Hunt, deaconess of
Wesley House, was guest speaker
and also in charge of the program.
She spoke on youth in missions.
After the business meeting, with
Mrs. Merrell Sands presiding, the
group was served delicious re refreshments
freshments refreshments by the hostesses, Mrs.
W. T. Doughtry and Mrs. Stuart
Whiting.
Those present were Mesdames
Ned A. Simmons, George Peter Peterson,
son, Peterson, Virgil Brooks, M. Sands, Lem
Curry, Lawrence Ford, David
Higgs, J. H. Brady, Charles Allen,
Harry Richardson, W. T. Dough Doughtry,
try, Doughtry, Merville Rosam, Albert Cruz,
W. Hermenan, Archie Roberts,
Stuart Whiting, Philip Vosburgh,
James Higgs, Nannell Wilson, Lo Loreno
reno Loreno Buckley.

PILGRIMS IN ROME
ROME (81 Led by Archbishop
Richard J. Cushing, Boston, 300
American pilgrim* from 21 states,
the District of Columbia and Can Canada
ada Canada arrived here yesterday.
The pilgrimage will tour Italy,
France, Ireland, Switzerland, Ger Germany
many Germany Holland Belgium and Eng England.
land. England. 6
The great bulk of the Mexican
population is basically Indian with
a slight mixture of European blood.
that permitted a portion of us to
rise still higher through the found founding
ing founding of these United Sates if this
is cowardice, Im guilty.
Naturally, Im proud of our town
and our country. Im anxious to
see both grow. But prosperity
must never be allowed to be our
dominant aim.
Space is short. Let me end this
column with another quotation quotationone
one quotationone from an outstanding English
author and criticHavelock Ellis
and his The Task of Social Hy Hygiene.:
giene.: Hygiene.:
Prosperity and civilization are
far from being synonymous terms.
The working community that is
suddenly glutted by afflux of
wealth and wages is in exactly the
same position as the savage who
is suddenly enabled to fill himself
with a rich mass of decaying blub blubber.
ber. blubber. It is prosperity, it is not
civilization.

El Salvador
Church Plans
July Revival
For over fifty years the Method'
ist Church has been working to
bring good news of salvation to the
Cubans in Key West.
On June 7, 1875, the Rev. J. W.
Van Duzer died of yellow fever.
He was the first missionary ap appointed
pointed appointed by the church to preach to
the Cubans and his last words be before
fore before he closed his eyes to this
world were, Dont give up the
Cuban mission.
Since then many native Cubans
and American ministers have con continued
tinued continued to carry on the work initia initiated
ted initiated by that Christian young man
of 22 years, who gave his life for
Christ
Herd Struggle
It is a long history of hard work
and sacrifice, and many deaconess deaconesses,
es, deaconesses, teachers, social workers and
ministers have served faithfully
through the Methodist Seminary,
the Wesley House, La Trinidad
Methodist Church, El Salvador
Methodist Church, Womans Club,
Mothers Club, Boy Scouts and
Girl Scouts.
A large number of families have
benefited from the good leadership
and preaching of men and women
of God whose lives, examples and
sacrifices contributed to the wel welfare
fare welfare and happiness of the people
of Key West.
Now it is time to appreciate what
has been done unselfishly by those
consecrated servants of God.
Revival Slated
During the month of July El Sal Salvador
vador Salvador Methodist Church is going
to have a revival campaign by the
pastor, the Rev. Manuel Figueroa,
and he cordially invites the people
of Key West to participate in this
campaign.
Tomorrow will mark the begin beginning
ning beginning of the revival, highlighted by
the celebration of Holy Commun Communion.
ion. Communion.
Prayer services, home visitation,
special evangelistic preaching in
Spanish, special music and singing
of hymns will be carried on.
Richardson Goes
To Fighter Group
Lieutenant (junior grade) Rich Richard
ard Richard H. Richardson, USN, former
Materiel Officer of the Fleet All
Weather Training Unit, Atlantic,
has been transferred to Fighter
Squadron 82 for duty involving
flying.
Lt. (jg) Richardson is married to
the former Miss Mitzi L. Weil of
Garden City, New York. They have
a son, Peter Alfred, age 1 month.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold E. Richardson, 2901 Queens

can
S'v| toe do?
TO KEEP THE
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7 INCREASING

It is estimated that in our country the police come
in contact with about a million boys and girls each
year on charges of delinquency. Since census figures
show there will be 45% more children between 10 and
17 years of age in 1960 than in 1950, it is expected that
the delinquents will increase to over 1,500,000.
Is not the answer to this growing problem in the
CHURCH, where our children, through the Sunday
School, will receive a foundation in Christian living,
a basis for uprightness? With this in mind, our Sun Sunday
day Sunday School is launching its Vacation Bible School
program this summer. You can know your child is safe
in Vacation Bible School where he is also becoming a
citizen who will be an asset to his community. So send
your child to;

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Will Observe
Communion
J. Paul Touchton, pastor of the
First Methodist Church, has an announced
nounced announced that on Sunday morning
the Holy Communion will be cele celebrated
brated celebrated at the regular hour of wor worship.
ship. worship.
In keeping with the day Mr.
Touchton will speak on the topic:
What price Freedom! Redeemed
by a Cross.
All men love to be free and at
times we almost boast of our lib liberty,
erty, liberty, but our freedom to live the
abundant life is given us for the
purpose that we might share with
others the joys of this rich herit heritage
age heritage that is ours that we may tha
more effectively serve Him who
gave Himself that we might know
God.
Spiritual Redemption
Just as many of our American
advantages came to us out of sac sacrifice
rifice sacrifice so our spiritual redemption
comes to us out of the riches of
Gods love.
At the Sunday evening worship
service Mr. Touchton will be speak speaking
ing speaking on the 19th Psalm. God thru
nature makes ample provision for
the needs of man in his quest to
understand but then God goes all
the way to demonstrate his gra gracious
cious gracious love for us through the per perfect
fect perfect demonstration of His love.
On Sunday morning the choir
will be singing, O Jesus, Thou Art
StandingMendelssohn. The eve evening
ning evening anthem will be Thou Art My
ShepherdHandel. The public if
cordially invited to attend the ser services
vices services of worship at the First Meth Methodist
odist Methodist (Old Stone) Church.
Ley Memorial.
WSCS Board Meets
The Executive Board of the Wo Womens
mens Womens Society of Christian Ser Service,
vice, Service, Ley Memorial Church, met
in the church annex June 24
Recommendations from the Flo Florida
rida Florida conference for each offict
were given the officers present.
Mrs. Lawrence Hood and Mrs.
Merrell Sands attended the offi officers
cers officers training course at Kendall,
Fla., June 22.
Report from the program com committee
mittee committee and finances for next, year
were presented.
Those members present were
Mrs. Stuart Whiting, Miss Cath-..
erine Knowles, Mrs. W. I.'Dough I.'Doughtry,
try, I.'Doughtry, Mrs. Ned Simmons, Mrs. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Hood and Mrs. Merrell
Sands.
Chapel Road, Mt. Rainier, Md.
The father holds the rank oi Com Commander
mander Commander in the inactive naval re reserve.
serve. reserve.

Glad
Tidings
Tabernacle
801 GEORGIA STREET
Monday, July 5
8:00 A.M.
FOR TWO WEEKS
Tel. 2-5773
L. Wayne Pitts,
Pastor



t.'
Observance Of Communion Slated
il/ Church Of The Rock Tomorrow

£! v;
Iht Sacrament at Vbe Lords;
Supper will be observed Sunday
t eleven oclock at the
at the Rock, 535 Francis
la Ha* absence of Fred Enander,
Chairman at the Communion Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, Richard Evans .will have
dUurgr. Other elders assisting
wlllbe Ralph Noble, Atwood
Studs, William Bill, Robert Gar Garhem.
hem. Garhem.
the Lords table is open to all
whe are in love and charity
with their neighbors regardless
of-daaomfakaitkmal affiliation.
< Sermon Topic
the Rev. Mr. Rogers will give
tt|s sermon Sunday morning et
the Church at the Rock using as
Ms subject, Mens Obstacles.
From the begfcmang at time man
has bed difficulty in meeting di divide
vide divide approval, there are just too
May stumbling Mocks, these
might be uncovered right in the
character at the individual man
add they have been catalogued by
am who knewPaul in his letter
be the Romans when he said that
such were ful at envy, murder,
dfecit, malignity whisperers, back-
Mist*, haters at God, etc.
; Again,, the stumbling Mock and
dgrfacme might be Maced in our
Pddr*' Worn outside sources. We
fh|d that Satan used ell the inge ingenuity
nuity ingenuity at Ms command to trap
Jesus, He seems to have left
Jesus for a season, but apparent apparent-1
-1 apparent-1 Leva Of Fellewman
The love of God in our hearts
tar our feliowmen wfll enable us
to see and avoid the stumbling
and obstacle! both from
and without.
Ralph Noble, the superintend superintendent'
ent' superintendent' at the Sunday School, is very
anxious that all the children re reutembsr
utembsr reutembsr the hour for this Bible
Behioel which opens promptly at
ten oclock each Sunday morning.
Patents are invited to bring their
children and take part in the dis dissvpsion
svpsion dissvpsion at (be Greatest Book ever
mown.
Service personnel, their fami-
Hos and visitor* art cordially in invited
vited invited to make this their church
home while in the city.

This ofThis Nation
Under God Is
July 4 Theme
: / v
Kjvmod James E. Stat-
Wm wffi speak on Tbas Nation
Under God on Independence Day
Sunday morning at Fleming Street
Methodist Church,
Asa chaplain tor 4 years in
Wand War U and at present as a
Lieutenant Colonel in the U. S.
Army Reserve, Mr, Stathams re remarks
marks remarks should be well worth lis listening
tening listening to, from the angle of spir-
and worldly ex-
Afr. StMfcam commented today
UK* Re .who claims a right must
* responsibility of guard*
te and guaranteeing that right for
V fY* = ififcg;
J. half Humbert
n* choir will sing De Kovens
wbR ftved Recessional? and
tMty. Claude Salis, organist, will
pUy Eebhnacn* With Pomp and
aSmelfr. btatham will be ctres ctrespatriotic
patriotic ctrespatriotic theme Sunday
Hply Communion will be
A the Sunday night ser seriiping
iiping seriiping at 7:30.
rmon tonic win be The
lfasbair'a Memorial. We are re rembwed,
mbwed, rembwed, aa we worship in the ser service
vice service Of Communion of the meaning
af end the mission of
iWkitoir will sing God of
pmr -"Cavatina by Stickles tor
hf£Mhide and Fanfare Triom-
WP W Eehlmaim ae her post postfices

AHMAN receives
GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL
CelWrn, Airman, USN,
on ||r. and Mrs. Roy Colburn
0f )U Biddle St., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
hjM jpat received a Good Conduct
BfedaTat the Fleet All Weather
T)nuinf Uhit, Atlantic, for three
continuous yean of exemplary ac active
tive active duty in the Naval service.
Cpmrn is an aviation Machinist
mnd hes been attached to FAW-
Tu for approximately 38 months.

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YOUTH WEEK PARTICIPANTSYoung people of the First Baptist Church who will fill regular
church offices during Youth Week, July 4-11, are shown on the steps oj the main church building,
along with some key church officials. Youth week is observed annually by the Baptist denomina denomination
tion denomination as a spur toward interesting young men and women in church affairs.

Young People To Assume Leadership

Week Of Activities To Honor Baptist Youth

A full weeks activities, honoring
the youth of the church, have been
planned for the week beginning
Sunday at the First Baptist
Church, Eaton and Bahama
Streets.
During the week of July 4
through 11, young people will as assume
sume assume positions of leadership and,
under the guidance of the regular
church officers, will carry out the
schedule of activities planned for
the week.
Don Glenn, a young Navy enlist enlisted
ed enlisted man, was chosen as pastor for
the week and will conduct the
evening services on Sunday, the
Wednesday evening prayer service
and the morning worship services
on July 11.
Link to Advise
He will be advised by Pastor
Harold H. Link, who will conduct
the morning services on July 4, us using
ing using as his sermon topic Youths
Great Investment.
Young peoples Pastor Glenn will
use as his subject at the evening
hour Sanctification of the Believ Believer.
er. Believer.
At 2 p.m., Sunday, young men
named to serve as deacons will sit
in with the regular deacons group
in the regularly monthly meeting
and assist in the planning of the
church program.
Elected to serve for the week as
deacons are: Alton Brooks, chair chairman;
man; chairman; Bert McMahon, Dave Sharp,
Fred Slover, Jack Walters, Ervin
Jenkins, Archie Miller, Gary Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, George Shetterly, Bill Jackson,
P. J. Simms, W. K. McElhaney and
Tyrone Gates.
Officers Named
Young people named to the Sun Sunday
day Sunday School Staff include: Lamar
Ward, superintendent; Lou Wells,
Jean Keyser, Joan Johnson, Betty
Brooks, Anna Lee Miller, Nancy
Walters, Dorothy Verberg, Laurell
Walker, Janet Jenkins and Doddie
Saunders.
Filling other regular church of ofThis

CHURCH or
JESUS CHRIST
Of Latter Day Saints
SUNDAY SCHOOL
10:00 A.M.
SACRAMENT
MEETING
7:00 P.M.
11M VARELA STREET

fices postfices will be Dave Sharp and Rich Richard
ard Richard Hall, church clerk; Bill Lemon,
choir director; Joyce Bunch,
pianist; Laurell Walker, president
of the Womens Missionary Union;
Anna Lee Miller, president, morn morning
ing morning circle; Betty Brooks, president,
evening circle; Joyce Bunch, di director
rector director of young people; Gayi
Bunch, director, Baptist Training
Union; and Archie Miller, Doddie
Saunders, Bill Lemon, Janet Jenk Jenkins
ins Jenkins and Art Gutterman, fellowship
hour committee.
Serving as ushers will be: Art
Gutterman; Bert McMahon, Ty Tyrone
rone Tyrone Gates, Lawrence Claxton,
Fred Slover, Richard Hall and
Gary Morris.
Banquet Planned
The weeks activities will be top topped
ped topped off by a banquet in honor of
the young people of the church
scheduled to be held on Friday
evening at 6:30 in the church an annex.
nex. annex.
Pastor Link said today that the
observance of Youth Week in the
church is in keeping with the
plans of the Southern Baptist Con Convention
vention Convention for training the youth of
the various churches in the duties
of church officers and to encourage
young people to fit themselves to
render service in places of leader leadership
ship leadership in the church.
A cordial invitation is extended
to the youth of the community to

The Salvation
Army
(Temporary Location)
GOLDEN EAGLE HALL,
1215 PETRONIA STREET
Lt. and Mrs. Henry Russell,
Officers in Charge
SATURDAY
7:30 P.M. Open Air
(Kress Corner)
SUNDAY
10 A.M., Sunday School
11:00 A.M.,
Morning Worship
A CORDIAL WELCOME

A FRIENDLY CHURCH
A Warm-Hearted Fellowship
The First Baptist Church
EATON and SIMONTON STREETS
HAROLD H. LINK. Pastor
Uplifting Preaching Worshipful Music
SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:30 A.M.
Morning Worship 10:50 oClock
' TRAINING UNION. 6:15 PJd.
Evening Worship 7:30 oClock
Fellowship Hour. 8:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING, WEDNESDAY. 7:30 P.M.
A Nursery Is Maintained At All Services
A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU HERE

attend the various public worship
services during the week.
B. C. Skelton, chairman of the
house and grounds committee, has
announced that an order for new
pews for the main auditorium has
been placed with the manufactur manufacturer
er manufacturer and that delivery is expected
about Aug. 1.

THE RADIO SERIES
"HOW CHRISTIAN
SCIENCE HEALS"
may be heard every Sunday morn morning
ing morning at 7:00 o'clock over Station
WMIE, Miami, 1140 kc.

BAHA'I
WORLD FAITH
For Information Regarding
DISCUSSION GROUP
and
FREE LITERATURE
Please Call
Mrs. Ethel Crane
Secretary
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Latin-American
BAPTIST CHURCH
1328 White Street
Sunday School at 9:45 AM.
PREACHING SERVICE
(SUNDAY)
In English 10:45 A.M.
In Spanish 7:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK
PRAYER SERVICE
In English Wednesday, 7:30
In Spanish Thursday, 7:30
CHOIR PRACTICE
In English, Wednesday, 7 P.M.
In Spanish, Thurs., 8:30 P.M.
Dr. Ismael Negrinin charge of
Spanish services . Rev. A. D.
OBriant in charge of English
services . C. E. Baker, S. S.
Supt.
The Friendly Church for All
Who Wish to Worship the Lord

Saturday, July J, 1954

Congregational Church Plans
Open House At Its Parsonage

Members and friends of the First
Congregational Church at 527 Wil William
liam William Street are invited to attend
an open house at the parsonage on
Sunday, July 4.
The official board of the church
has recently been engaged in ex extensive
tensive extensive repair within the parsonage
and the interior has been com completely
pletely completely redecorated.
Church Board has scheduled
the following activities for the
evening: at seven-thirty the regular
monthly service of Holy Commun Communion
ion Communion will be held in the sanctuary.
Rededication
i Following this the congregation
will adjourn to the parsonage lawn
where a brief service of rededica rededication
tion rededication will be held and at which time
Clyde Stickney, chairman of the
church board, will officially present
the building to the minister to be
rededicated to the glory of Al Almighty
mighty Almighty God and to the purpose of
fellowship, study, and service.
Folowing the service of rededica rededication
tion rededication a period of fellowship will be

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
SOCIETY
327 ELIZABETH STREET
Sunday School, 11:00 A.M.
Nursery for Pre-Sunday
School Age
Sunday Morning Service
at 11:00 oClock
Wednesday Evening
Meetings at 8 oClock
Reading Room in the Church
Building it open on Tuesday
and Friday ovoning* from 7
to t.

CHURCH OF CHRIST
M. A. CREWS, Minister
Ashby and Von Phister Streets
SUNDAY
BIBLE STUDY 10 A.M. WQAM 1 P.M.
Bible Quiz by W. Ray Duncan Each Sunday
4:30 P.M. Over WMIE, Miami
MORNING SERVICE ll A.M.
EVENING SERVICE 7:30 P.M.
WEDNESDAY: BIBLE STUDY 7:30 P.M.
Everyone Invited -:-

LET IMfe H
MEMORIAL
METHODBT Tfp, HOW/
CHURCH
" Located at 1304 Truman Avenue
9:45 AALSUNDAY SCHOOL
10:50 AM.MORNING WORSHIP
7:30 PM.EVENING WORSHIP

-A GROWING CHURCH IN A GROWING COMMUNITY"
First Presbyterian Church
WHITE and WASHINGTON STREETS
Richard E. Coulter, Minister
9:45 A.M.Sunday School
Classes For Every Age Group
11:00 A.M.Morning Worship
Sermon: The Meaning Of Liberty"
8:30 P.M., YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS
7:30 P.M.Evening Worship
ter mew: Fourth In A Series on the Epistle
to the Hebrews
Visitors and Service Personnel Will Find A Warm Welcome
In This Friendly Church

St. Paul's Episcopal Church
CORNER of DUVAL and EATON STREETS
THE REV. JOHN S. ARMFIELD
Rector
ALL SERVICES IN PARISH HALL
7:30 A.M. Holy Eucharist
9:30 A.M. Church School
11:00 A.M. Holy Eucharist and
Sermon
(Nursery Conducted During Service)
6:30 P.M. Young People's Service
League
7:30 P.M. Evening Prayer and
Sermon
VISITORS CORDIALLY WELCOME AT ALL SERVICES

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

enjoyed and an opportunity given
to inspect the interior of the par parsonage.
sonage. parsonage. Light refreshments will be
served by members of the Wo Womans
mans Womans Auxiliary and the Young
Womens Circle.
The minister, the Reverend Rob Robbert
bert Robbert G. Forbes, extends a cordial
invitation to all members and
friends of the church to visit the
parsonage at this time and join in
the program for the evening.

SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST
Services Saturday
1214 PETRONIA STREET
NEAR WHITE
Sabbath School 9:40
Worship 11:00
Proyor Mooting,
Tuosday Evening 7:45
Everyone Welcome
Psalm 122:1

Church Of God
1008 OLIVIA STREET
E. M. BEARD
PASTOR
SUNDAY SCHOOL
10 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP
11 A.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE
7JO P.M.
Prayer Meeting,
Tuesday, 7:30 P.M.
Young People's Endeavor,
Thursday, 7:30 P.M.
Everyone Welcome

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TICKETS TO RUSSIA
WASHINGTON The House
has approved a proposal to use
government funds on one-way tick tickets
ets tickets for any resident of the United
States desiring to live in Russia.
Re-entry to this country would be
barred.

POINCIANA
BAPTIST
Sunday School, 9:45 A.M.
Preaching, 11 A.M.
Training Union, 4:30 P.M.
Preaching, 7:30 P.M.
at Church
TUESDAY, 7 P.M. Prayer
at Old Home, Stock Island
WEDNESDAY, 8 P.M. Prayer
Meeting and Old Time Service

Fleming Street Methodist Church
J. E. STATHAM, Pastor
Comer FLEMING and WILLIAM STREETS
SUNDAY SCHOOL, 9:45 A.M.
CLAUDE E. SALIS, Sunday School Superintendent
Morning Worship at 10:50 A.M.
Subject: 'THIS NATION UNDER GOD"
Methodist Youth Fellowship, 6:30 P.M.
Evening Worship at 7:30 P.M.
Subject: "THE MASTER'S MEMORIAL"
A Nursery Provided lor Care of Children During Services
Service Men and Visitors Welcome

First Congregational Church
527 WILLIAM STREET
THE REV. ROBERT G. FORBES, Ad Interim Minister
Chorister: Mr. Gerald Saunders
Organists: Mrs. W. R. Dean and Mrs. Paul Archer
9:45 A.M. CHURCH SCHOOL. With Classes for All Ages
Sunday School Superintendent, Paul Albury
11:00 A.M.Morning Worship
Subject: Remaking ManOr You Must Be Born Again"
6:30 P.M. Pilgrim Fellowship (Youth Group)
7:30 P.M.Holy Communion
8 P.M. Service of Rededication of Parsonage followed by
open house for all members and friends of the Church in the
newly decorated parsonage. Refreshments served.
Visitors to Key West, Service Men and Their Families
Will Find A Cordial Welcome At All Services

The First Methodist Church
Preaching Jesus Christ For Over A Century
THE OLD STONE CHURCH
Where Eaton Crosses Simonton, for Over 100 Years
J. PAUL TOUCHTON, 8.A., 8.D.. MINISTER
9:45 A.M., Sunday School
Allen Carey, Superintendent
10:50 A.M.Morning Worship
Subject: What Price Freedom! Redeemed By A Cross"
6:30 P.M., MYT, MIF Worship Services
7:30 P.M.Evening Worship
Subject: 19th PSALM
Tins Historic Old Church Has A Cordial Welcome For All

INDEPENDENT PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH OF THE ROCK
On This ROCK I Will Build My Church
TEMPORARY QUARTERS: 535 FRANCIS STREET
(Corner Southard and Francis Streets)
RALPH ROGERS, Minister Mrs. Martha Robinson, Pianist
SUNDAY SCHOOL, 10:00 A.M.
Ralph D. Noble, Superintendent
MORNING WORSHIP
11:00 A.M., 535 FRANCIS STREET
Subject: "MAN'S OBSTACLES"
Youth Fellowship, 6:30 P.M.
VISITORS WILL FIND A CORDIAL WELCOME

GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH
FLAGLER AVENUE and TENTH STREET
On "PoincianaNavy, City Hospital" Bus Lino
EARLY MORNING SERVICE 8:30 A.M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship Hour, 11:00 A.M.
"OH COME, LET US WORSHIP . THE LORD"
Ps. 95:6
CARL A. SAMMETINGER, PASTOR
2322 Harris Avo. Phonos: 2-5161 (Church), 2-7975 (Homo)
Listen to the Lutheran Hour, Sunday,
7:30 P.M., Station WKWF

LETS GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY

Kingdom Hall
of
JEHOVAH'S
WITNESSES
1215 PETRONIA STREET
Watchtower Study,
Sundays at 7:33 P.M
Wednesday,
Bible Study
Thursday, Service
Meeting, 7:30 P.M,
Theocratic Ministry
School, 8:30
ALL WELCOME
NO COLLECTION



Work On $85,000 Motel Will Begin This Month

Owner Of Blue Marlin Motel Plans
Lavish New Two-Story Structure
by denis sneigr
Youve all heard the jag about the waiter who made
so much money in tips that he was building his second
apartment building?
Jacob Dietsch isnt a waiter anymore, but he is
building his second motel.
He sat in the office of his Blue Marlin Motel, 1320
Simonton Street, yesterday afternoon and described Key
Wests newest motel, on which work will begin within

two weeks.
The new two-story motel
will be a dream job, Dietsch
says, with $85,000 being
spent on the building and
another $20,000 going for
furnishings and landscap landscaping.
ing. landscaping.
Aid To Ladies
According to Dietsch, the new
motel will have one little room
that no other motel in town has.
This room wont be very large
and it wont be fancily furnished
but will be important to women.
The room will contain an electric
Washing machine.
Dietsch pointed to the 100-by-200
foot plot that adjoins the Blue Mar Marlin.
lin. Marlin.
Thats where the new building
will be, he said. It will be a
two-story building with a balcony
and a sun deck on the roof.
There will be 20 units in the
buildingnine motel rooms and 11
efficiency apartments.
Air Conditioned
All the units will be air condi conditioned.
tioned. conditioned.
The 20 new units,- plus the pres present
ent present 14 motel rooms in the Blue
Marlin, will give Dietsch a total of
84 units.
When finished, the name will be
the Blue Marlin Motel and Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments.
There will be a TV outlet in each

Joe's Blacksmith Shop
Outside Welding Machine Works
"IF IT'S METALWE FIX IT"
Gasoline and Oil Tanks Repaired
PHONE 2-5851 414 Front Street
ROBERTS
Office Equipment
111 Duval Street Phone 2-5434
Royal Typewriters
Portables and Standards
SALES SERVICE
RENTALS

YEIKTIAN BLINDS
HAY BEAUTIFUL
jBICABSE THEY
stay Clean
Our blinds custom made
with new FLEXALUM
spring tempered slats and
pinyl plastic tape. actually
shed dust. wipeelean with
a Aide of a cloth. Wont fade.
Keep their lovely newness for
yean and years.
See them /
the Idlest decorator colors.
Key West
Venetian Blind Cos.
S. R. SILBERMANOwner
Awnings Jalousies
Windows Doors
Lawn and Patio Furniture
711 Duval Street Phone 2-5531

of the new units with a master
antenna on the roof. Each unit
also will be wired for a private
telephone connection.
The concrete-block and stucco
building was designed by Norman
Giller, Miami Beach and Key West
architect, and is being built by the
CBS Construction Company. The
motel will have terrazzo floors
throughout.
Dietsch plans to open the new
motel about Dec. 1, and he is bring bringing
ing bringing in Alfred Schlesinger, of Los
Angeles, an experienced hotel man,
to manage it.
Tropical Landscaping
The landscaping alone will cost
Dietsch a bundle.
It will be like a tropical gard garden,
en, garden, he said.
Dietsch, who has lived in Key
West 17 years and has been in hotel
business for 40 years, bought the
land in 1943.
It has been a long time since
Dietsch worked as a waiterhis
last such job was in 1938 and 1939
as assistant head waiter at the
Casa Marinabut he recalls the
immediate pre-World War I pe period
riod period in New York City when cab cabarets
arets cabarets were reaching their peak.
This was from 1911 to 1914.
It was then that he worked at
such famous restaurants, hotels
and cabarets as Reisenwebers,
Jacks, Churchills, Shanleys, Rec Rectors,
tors, Rectors, Healys Golden Glades, the
old Knickerbocker Hotel at 42nd
Street and Broadway and the Her Hermitage
mitage Hermitage Hotel near 42nd Street and
Seventh Avenue.

Knows Celebrities
It was at the Hermitage that he
knew such Broadway stars as the
late Will Rogers, Eddie Cantor
and A1 Jolson.
Another celebrity that Dietsch
knows well is Ernest Hemingway.
When I was working at the
Casa Marina in 1938 and 1939,
Dietsch says, I also catered for
Hemingway at his home here.
It was during that period that
Dietsch had a chance to buy the
property at 805-811 Simonton
Street.
I didnt know anything about
real estate, Dietsch said, so I
thought Id ask Hemingway about
the buy.
He recalls that Hemingway told
him: I dont know anything about
real estate, either, but I like Key
West and my friends like Key
West.
Becomes a Key Wester
That was good enough for me,
Dietsch said, so I bought the pro property
perty property in 1939.
And he bought it just in time,
too.
Along came World War II and
the boom in the Navy Yard here.
There were a few little houses on
the land then. Dietsch moved the
houses and sold them and built a
dormitory for Navy Yard construc construction
tion construction workers.
He kept the property until 1945

A Quick Pick-Me-Up
We'll be happy prompt)
to pick up and deliver your
ailing television set. And when
we re-install it, your model
** a$ 9 a n#w due
BBtS *** ar, d know-how of
our experts.
We'ro in the Selling Line, Too,
CARRYING AN EXCELLENT
! REPRESENTATIVE STOCK OF
MOTOROLA Products
Our Television Sets Are Particularly Low-Priced
Free Estimates. Cheerfully Given . Drop Out
To See Us At Our New Shop
NICK AND TOM.
Poinciana Television & Radio
Commercial Center, Poinciana Key West, Florida
TELEPHONE 2-5947 or 2-8667

NEW STORE ON DUVAL STREETThe Key West Venetian Blind Company
has recently moved to this fine new building at 716 Duval Street.

Permit To Build
$9,000 Home Is
Issued By City
City building permits issued this
week mostly were for minor jobs.
The largest was issued to Char Charles
les Charles G. Hall for a $9,000 CBS home
at 2508 Seidenburg.
Other permits were:
F. J. Miller, 418 Front, repairs,
S2OO.
Willie Saunders, 1701 Von Phis Phister,
ter, Phister, fence, S2OO.
Allen Shepherd, 1120 Von Phis Phister,
ter, Phister, repairs, SSOO.
Mrs. Clara Valdez, 728 United,
repairs, SIOO.
H. S. Haskins, 826 Waddell, re repairs,
pairs, repairs, SIOO.
L. Torrado, 2329 Fogarty, build
cottage in rear, S6OO.
J. McManus, 1013 Grinnell, fence,
SSOO.
J. Roberts, 612 Angela, fence,
$225.
E. D. Friehaus, 1122 Ashby,
porch, SSOO.
L. Dion, 825 Duval, pour slab
and install gas pumps, $2,000.
J. G. Roberts, Jr., 319 Catherine,
repairs, $250.
In Tonkin, one of the states in
Indochina, 60 per cent of the farm farmers
ers farmers own less than an acre of land.
when he sold it, believing that
Key West had a great future as
a tourist center.
Thats why he built the Blue
Marlin seven years ago.
Now Im working on my second
motel, he grinned.

TOOL TIPS
RIGHT
AP Newsfeatares
ALWAYS USE a block for
leverage when pulling a nail
with a claw hammer. This
allows the nail to come up
straight. Without a block,
nail bends and tears an ugly
hole in the wood. Block also
prevents marring surface with
There are 800 miles of welding
and 1,135,000 rivets in the battle battleship
ship battleship Missouri.

HOMES FOR AMERICANS

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AP Newsfeatares
BLENDING THE ATTRACTIONS of both split-level and ranch
house styles, this design introduces a mezzanine with open
railing. The house has a onestory appearance on the outside.,
yet bedrooms are removed from the ground floor. This is Pisa
B-2330X by Alwain Cassens Jr., architect, 145 So. Franklin
Ave., Valley Stream, N.Y. The house covers 1,345 < l u
feet without garage and porch.
(Further information and blueprints available from architect*)

Bank Statement
Is Called For
WASHINGTON IP The comp comptroller
troller comptroller of the currency has issued
a call for a statement of the
condition of all national banks at
the close of business Wednesday,
June 30.
Similar calls for condition re reports
ports reports were issued by the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corp. and the
boards call applies to state banks
which are members of the Federal
Reserve System and the FDICs
calls to state banks which are not
members of the system.
STRIKES INCREASE
WASHINGTON, (P-Labor strike
activity increased in May over
April, but it still is running at a
postwar low so far this year
The Bureau of Labor Statistics
says that there were 500 strikes
in effect in May, involving 230,000
workers for 1,750,000 man-days of
idleness. A man-day is the time of
one man for one day.
Man- days of strike idleness
amounted to six million in the first
five months of this year, January
through May, compared with 10,-
200,000 in the same period of 1953
and 17,700,000 in 1952.
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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

TOOL 1
P§DOs and DONTs
Bv Andrew C. LonqT "

THE PORTABLE SAW
Do ... connect the ground wire
before plugging tne cable into
the power supply.
Do . use only a sharp blade
if you want to avoid swerving or
stalling the saw under pressure.
Do . adjust the blade depth
so that only a minimum of the
Guido sow firmly but
without forcing.
blade projects below the mate material.
rial. material.
Do . before starting the mo motor,
tor, motor, rest the front of the saw
shoe or base on the work and

Lot In Martello
Towers Is Sold
To New Yorker
A 91-by-100 foot lot in Martello
Towers sold for $9,000, accord according
ing according to the tax stamps on the deed
which is on file in the office of
Earl Adams, county clerk.
The buyer was Marietta T.
Noel of Scarsdale, N. Y. The lot
was sold by Rulie Pitcher Stow Stowers.
ers. Stowers.
Other deeds on file weve:
W. H. Sutcliffe sold land in
Sunrise Point to J. B. Brons for
$2,000.
J. D. Lopez sold Lots 6 and 7,
Block 13, Tract 20, Monroe In Investment
vestment Investment Cos., in Key West, to
Mazie P. Brye for $2,500.
The Trustees of the Internal
Improvement Fund sold several
acres of bay bottom to R. W.
Craig between Channel 2 and
Channel 5 near Lower Matecumbe
Key. The Army Engineers have
given Craig permission to dredge
and fill.
Six Key West lots were sold by
V. D. Bursik to B. L. Larsen for
SIO,OOO.
Exposure of your eyes to bright
sunlight can reduce temporarily
your ability to see well at night.

For A Quick Loan
$25 TO S3OO
See "MAC"
703 Duval Street
TELEPHONE 2-8555

TELEVISION!
Guy Wira 3c ft.
300 OHM Twin-Lead 5c ft.
Channel Master Antenna .. $29.84
Lightning Arrestor $ 1.25
Emerson TV Sets
NO DOWN PAYMENT
Full Factory Guarantee
Calls Answered
Promptly
Free Pickup and Delivery
Key West Radio
and TV Service
Repair Work Guaranteed
826 Duval Street
TELEPHONE 2-8511

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Saturday, July 3, 1954

line up the blade with the cutting
line.
Do . guide the saw through
its cut w-ith firm pressure but
without forcing.

DON'T . release the trigger
switch if the saw stalls but

The Maxwell Cos., Inc.
South's Largest Furniture Dealers
COMPLETE
HOME FURNISHINGS
Custom Made Venetian Blinds
(FAST DELIVERY)
Outdoor Aluminum and
Patio Furniture
* (TO PLEASE YOUR EYE AND POCKETBOOK)
Apartment Motel Hotel Supplies
(DECORATOR SERVICE)
Bar and Restaurant Equipment
(COMPLETE LINE)
901 909 Fleming Street Telephone 2-6031

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(M/mmiv
That's because she has a Ken Flex plastic tile
floor. It's beautiful, it's easy to clean and this
housewife saves timeher XenFlex floor resists
dirt and stains, doesn't need cleaning as often
as her old floor did! Why don't you follow her
example and have a Ken Flex floor? You can
INSTALL IT YOURSELF
Wi/ FOR AS LITTLE
t AS $14 5
BRING YOUR IDEAS TO US
Our Expert Advice Costs You Nothing!
You'll Choose from the Most Complete
Selection of Floor Coverings
On the Island
Key West Floor Covering Cos.
M. E. STUTZ
132 Duval Street Telephone 2-2512

back up the saw and then either
shut off the motor or start to
cut again.
DON'T . .permit the cable
to lie in grease or oil, as they
quickly ruin the rubber protec protection
tion protection .
DON'T .. forget to tighten
the wing nuts securely after
making an adjustment.
DON'T . make an adjustment
until the cable plug is disconnect disconnected,
ed, disconnected, otherwise you may accident accidentally
ally accidentally turn on the trigger switch.
DON'T . ignore the manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers instructions about the
inspection of the carbon brushes
in the motor at regular intervals.
Citizen Want Ads Pay Off!



Welcome Issued To New KW Business Concern

GIFFEN INDUSTRIES
AT KEY WEST
Roofing Sheet Metal
Gypsum Roofs Refrigeration
Kitchen Equipment
Building Materials
Rear 219 Elizabeth Street Phone 2-7661

BEST WISHES

TROPICAL SHEET
METAL WORKS
(CONTRACTORS FOR METAL
WORK AND AIR DUCTS)
Our Experience Proves Our Worth 99

134 Simonton Street Phone 2-3923


CONGRATULATIONS!
WARDLOW'S
LANDSCAPING
'igr v i,
*ir
804 Amelia Street
TELEPHONE 2-3454

BEST OF LUCK
HASKINS
MACHINE WORKS
9 Engineers 9 Certified Welding
9 General Machine Work

726 Caroline Phone 2-3012

BEST WISHES

HARDEN ELECTRIC
216 Dural Street
TELEPHONE 2-5982

AD CONDITIONING
ELECTRICAL WORK
RETBIGERATIOK

KW Building Boom Continues
New Structure Is Beautiful
By BILL GIBB
Th Boss gave me a nice assignment today Write a feature
for the Howard Johnson congratulatory page, he says. Handle it
any way you like.
I'm pretty sure his hair will stand on end when he sees this story
because_if I mention Howard Johnson, it is going to be purely coin coincidental.
cidental. coincidental. What were going to talk about is the construction game gamethe
the gamethe value to the community in having ethical, experienced companies
do its building.
HOWARD JOHNSON RESTAURANT
Hie new Howard Johnson Restaurant, pictured above, is the
newest of many new Key West buildings. If we were handling this
story in the usual manner, wed go into a discussion of how much it
cost, what material was used in it, how many square feet of ground
it covered, etc. Thats a bunch of foolishness designed to fill up news newspaper
paper newspaper spice! You wouldnt remember the figures if we gave them
to you.
We all know the building cost a lot of money; we all know it is
located at Sigsbee Road and Roosevelt Boulevard; and if you want
to know what material was used in it, take a look at the advertisers
on this page.
Which brings us to the important subject ....
M. E. Bennett was the general contractor for the building. The
Other people listed on this page were either sub-contractors or fur furnished
nished furnished supplies. Everyone of them are proud of the part they played
in constructing anew building in Key West. And you and I ought to
be proud of fie fact that THEY ARE PROUD of their work!
Such a condition means that they are out to win public approval
through results. Thfy are placing the cards on the table and saying:
Heres thf kind of work that I do. Judge for yourself whether you
wont find it profitable to use my services in your future building
needs!
IDEALISTIC DREAMERS
Theres a little of the idealistic dreamer in every construction
mans heart Take M. E. Bennett as the years go by, he may be become
come become weglthy or reverses might make him poor as a church mouse.
Ive seen this happen to other general contractors. Whichever way
Pate decrees their luck to fall, there is one thing that all these build builders
ers builders hold in common pride in the way their ideas have been put
to practical use in improving the community.
We have a bad habit of considering corporations as nothing more
than cold-blooded robots. Jafra Steel, for instance. We forget that
behind the namfe of every company, there are human beings. It is
the human beings, not the company name, who are saying in todays
paper: Heres 'proof of the pudding we can help build your com community
munity community by furnishing you first-class material.
SMALL TOWN ATMOSPHERE
This Rock though it is growing by leaps and bounds still
has much of the atmosphere of a small town. Most of us know the
various names lifted on this page. Many of these sub-contractors
started business in a small way. Weve watched them grow weve
offered them help whenever possible and, in turn, weve accepted
their help.
Take Harden Electric Key West Flooring Haskins Machine
Works Tropical Sheet Metal Wardlows Landscaping. These
are the kind of outfits which have lifted us from the doldrums of a
hick town and given us prosperity. Many Key West families are
deriving their livelihood from these businesses.
Or take Schumacher A Patrick Speas Glass Works Giffen
Roofing Tbppino A Sons isnt it nice to be able to look at the
new Howard Johnson Restaurant and say: This is the kind of
work that can be done in Key West. When I need something done,
I dont have to go outside of South Florida to find efficient companies.
BUILDING BOOM
Unless some drastic tragedy, such as war, should afflict our coun county*
ty* county* Key West is going to continue to experience the present building
boom lor many years to come. Duval Street doesnt even look like
the same business section anymore.
Residential districts are beginning to take on a new look also.
One thing we should all remember most construction work is of
a permanent nature. Were going to have to look at it for a long
timeso we should try to use only the best in materials and labor.
The Key West Citizen joins other businesses on this page in
offering congratulations to the new Howard Johnson Restaurant.
r proud dul Key West has gained such a fine building plus
nationally famous Howard Johnson service!

CONGRATULATIONS
*
SCHUMACHER
&
PATRICK
PLASTERING
STUCCO

1015 Slmonton Street Phone 2-3003

BEST WISHES

SPEAS PLATE GLASS
COMPANY
1114 White Street Phone 2-2751

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JAFRA
JAFRA STEEL
CORPORATION
MIAMI, FLORIDA

CONGRA TULA TIONS
M. E. BENNETT
CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL SOURING CONTRACTORS
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
217 Dnval Street Phone 2-2333

Saturday, July 3, 1954


TOPPINO &
SONS, INC.
Stock Island

Telephone 2-5606

CONGRATULATIONS
KEY WEST
FLOOR COVERING
COMPANY
64 F100r Covering Specialists

M. E. Stuiz
132 Duval Street Phone 2-2512

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

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May Have Ended but Fourth July
Celebration Finds^Trend Still Upward
Mop shows 10 oroos whoro Independence was Ip itsuo during lost IS month period.

By JOHN t. SEM BOWER
Central Press Correspondent
WASHINGaOXAmerican Independence DayJuly Fourthhas
become Freedom Day around the world, and again an inventory of
movements toward self-government during the last 12 months shows
that freedom is on the march, even though the comparatively easy
gains since World War II may have taken up the slack and the as aspirants
pirants aspirants now face harder going.
Celebrations of the Fourth are scheduled this year at many points
jeyond the borders of the United States. Denmark, in a tradition of
41 celebrations honoring the United States on its birthday, will stage
another this year at Aalborg.
A wreath will be laid on the Marquis de Lafayette's tomb in Paris/
The British, having swallowed any bitterness stemming from the un unpleasantness
pleasantness unpleasantness of the first Fourth, will hold a celebration, too. Other
ceremonies are scheduled in Rome, Tokyo, Karachi, and Havana.

Only one newcomer to the
society of free nationsLaos on
the Indo-Chinese peninsula and
1 close neighbor of strife-torn Viet
1 Namwas able to make a fairly
clean break for independence dur during
ing during the last 12 months.
The French signed a treaty with
Laos last Oct. 22, which' be becomes
comes becomes the July Fourth there.
France also has announced that
It will give independence this year
to Cambodia, but it is yet to be
: consummated. Viet Nam apparent apparentj
j apparentj ty 1* slated for independence soon sooni
i sooni or or later, but all is in confusion
; there now because of war.
*9
l THE ONLY complete newcomer
among the aspirants to freedom
during the year is Eastern Paki Pakistan,
stan, Pakistan, situated at the far eastern
tip of India on the Bay of Bengal,
which has announced that the lack
of a corridor over the top of India
to Pakistan proper makes union
jwith it impractical.
However, If the tidal wave
; toward independence which surged
forward after the end of the war
has slowed down somewhat, the
general world-wide ferment .of
freedom seems as active aa ever.
Whole sections of the globe are
mnbroiled in controversies over ifs

Woman Regains

DETROIT <*>l hope somebody
wants me.*
That was the hope the grey greyhaired
haired greyhaired lady passed on to the rest
of the world. She ended 19 years
as an inmate in Michigan mental
hospitals, gaining freedom mostly
with her own hands.
Mrs. Louise L. Hartway, the 61-
year-old woman, gasped with joy
yesterday when Wayne County Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit Judge Lila M. Neuenfelt ruled
she had been committed without
sufficient evidence.
"Im feeling better with every
second, she said.
It was Mrs. Hartways own te tediously
diously tediously drawn legal document that
opened the gates of the institutions
that had confined her since 1935.
Judge Neuenfelt said the handwrit handwritten
ten handwritten habeas corpus, prepared pain painstakingly
stakingly painstakingly in what Mrs. Hartway
called bedlam was in perfect
Mgal order.

and whens of proposed independ independence.
ence. independence.
India, which achieved its own in independence
dependence independence just seven years ago,
still has plenty of growing pains.
In addition to Eastern Pakistan,
Kashmir at the very northern
peak of the country showed signs
of wanting $0 go it alone.

THE KASHMIR assembly, how however,
ever, however, finally voted this year to stick
with India, and to become like the
new state of Andhra on the west
coast of the Bay of Bengal, an in integral
tegral integral part of the Indian state.
India likewise has quelled a move
toward freedom by the Assam
tribes at the far eastern extremi extremity
ty extremity above Burma.
The British, Dutch and French
empires continue spawning inde independence
pendence independence movements of one kind
or another. Apparently echoing
unrest in Indo-China, French Al Algeria
geria Algeria contains independence agi agitation.
tation. agitation. The Netherlands, having
promised Dutch Guiana and the
Antilles independence aa of Dec.
7, 1942, when the Netherlands
government etill was in wartime
exile, is working out the details.
The British empire continues *as
one of freedoms frontiers, with
the commonwealth of nations

Right To Live Normal Life

It led Judge Neuenfelt to re request
quest request a lawyer for Mrs. Hartway.
Mrs. Hartway apologized for
looking like a tramp. She held
a tube of cheap lipstick.
Here I am and this is all I
have, she said. I wanted to look
so glamorous today.
Mrs. Hartway boarded a plane
for New Orleans last night where
she has a daughter and 10 broth brothers
ers brothers and sisters. She had saved the
money for the ticket, part of it
coming from greetings cards she
made in the state hospital and then
sold.
Ironically it was an argument
over money that began the 19-year
nightmare. Police arrested her in
1935 during an argument over a
debt owed her. She was placed in
a hospital for observation. The ex examing
aming examing doctors didnt testify in the
court proceedings. They only
signed affidavits saying sh* had

philosophy gaining every day. The
Central African federation contin continues
ues continues to. demand dominion status, to
include Northern and Southern
Rhodesia and Nyasaiand, and so
does the Gold Coast.
Some older and more settled
parts of the world also figure in
freedoms picture. Chancellor Kon Konrad
rad Konrad Adenaur of West Germany
has set 1954 as the year of inde independence
pendence independence of non-Red Germany. In
England itself there is a move movement
ment movement by the Welsh to get the
same status as Scotland.

EVEN the United States itself
has figured in at least one con controversy.
troversy. controversy. When India at the
United Nations challenged the list listing
ing listing of Puerto Rico by the U. S. as
a self governing country. Chief
United States Delegate Henry
Cabot Lodge announced that he
was authorized by the President
to say that if Puerto Rico ever
demanded independence it will get
it
Not all the trends are toward
independence, however. N Denmark
has announced that Greenland no
longer ia a colony but is an inte integral
gral integral part of the kingdom. Britain
has denied dominion rule to Malta.
Nor has the path of freedom
been completely smooth this year.
The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan is
moving toward its final decision
in two years whether to join
Egypt or go It alone. Syria is
struggling to operate anew con constitution.
stitution. constitution.
The tiny Maidive islands off
Ceylon, which in 1952 achieved in independence
dependence independence and boasted of being
a nation without a police force be-'
cause it never had had a crime of
passion in its history and had
banned both alcohol and tobacco,
late last autumn experienced a
revolution. It was bloodless, how however.
ever. however.

a persecution complex and was
irrational.
Everyone who came to see me
told me I shouldnt be imprisoned,
she said, and so many said they
would help me get free and I
waited, and waited.
She told of being sent to mental
institutions at Eloise, Kalamazoo,
and Ypsilanti, and finally North Northville,
ville, Northville, near Detroit.
At Northville I was put in with
patients so helpless they had to
be fed. When I complained they
moved me to another ward.
At times I was afraid I was go going
ing going insane.
Once active in Detroit politics
and the operator of a secretarial
service, Mrs. Hartway wants to
forget the last 19 years now.
You can use a 10-inch narrow
ham slicer not only for slicing ham
but for cutting cheese.

Eisenhowers Tax Program
Takes Big Step To Success

WASHINGTON (£) President
Eisenhower was a big step closer
to a substantial victory on 1954 tax
legislation today after overwhelm overwhelming
ing overwhelming Senate approval of his general
tax overhaul bill.
Treasury Department experts
who have been battling for the ad administrations
ministrations administrations tax viewpoint be before
fore before Congress for months told a
newsman they were well satisfied
with the Senate action despite some
setbacks.
The Senate passed the bill 63 to 9
yesterday after five days of often
heated debate and two months
work on the 875-page measure by
the Senate Finance Committee,
which wrote 430 pages of amend amendments.
ments. amendments. The complicated legislation
is the first general revision of the
maze of federal tax laws since
1876.
Included in the Senate bill, as in
the version already okayed by the
House, were nearly all the relief
provisions sought by the adminis administration.
tration. administration. In addition, the Senate
beat back four separate attempts
to add a general income tax cut
to the bill, strongly opposed by the
Treasury because of tne heavy loss
of revenue involved.
The conference between the Sen Senate
ate Senate and House on their somewhat
differing measures probably will
get under way July 12 after the
staff experts have had time to pre prepare
pare prepare line-by-line comparisons.
As passed by the Senate, the bill
contains various tax cuts for corpo corporations
rations corporations and individuals totaling
some $1,300,000,000 in the next
year. The House version embodies
a $1,400,000,000 reduction.
The cost to the Treasury would
be largely offset the first year by
a provision extending the 52 per
cent corporation rate to April 1,
1955, rather than letting it drop to
47 per cent. This would yield an
extra $1,200,000,000.
The major change made by the
Senate,and the issue likely to cause
the biggest fight in conference,
was to knock out of the bill most
of the proposed relief to stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders on dividend income.
The Senate left in the bill only
the SSO exemption of such income
from taxation. As passed by the
House, the provision would give
this exemption and also permit a
stockholder to deduct from his tax
5 per cent of his dividend income
in the first year of the bill; from
the second year on, he could get
exemption on SIOO of dividend in income
come income and deduct from his tax 10
per cent of such income above
SIOO,
Sen. George (D-Ga), senior Sen Senate
ate Senate Democrat among the conferees
predicted the administration would
make every effort to get at least
part of the House relief restored
because they think this is the
most vital part of the bill.**
George told a reporter be be believed
lieved believed a likely outcome was restor restoration
ation restoration of the 5 per cent credit along
with the SSO exclusion.
Democrats charged in the debate
the section woud be of benefit
mainly to the wealthy. Republicans
replied that it was a needed stimu stimulus
lus stimulus to get more capital for busi business
ness business through stock sales, and also
would partially end what they
termed double taxation resulting
from taxes on both corporate pro prof*ts
f*ts prof*ts and on the income of stock stockholders
holders stockholders who are paid thse profits.
Sen. Humphrey (D-Minn), one of
thof. who attacked the section
said in an interview the whole fight
over the bill would be renewed if
toe conferees restore much of the
divided income benefit.
He said he was sure 20 or 25 sen senators
ators senators would join him in such a
battle, which could jeopardize
chances for the bill if the con conference
ference conference report comes up in the
waning days of the session. Con Congress
gress Congress expects to adjourn about
Aug. 1.
Most of the tax cuts in the bill
1 would take effect this year and

Aged Jeweler
Subdues Bandit
NEW YORK (A*Wiliam Jacques
78-year-old jeweler, yesterday
thoroughly subdued a would-be
holdup man who entered his mid-
Manhattan shop and, at knife knifepoint,
point, knifepoint, demnaded a tray of dia diamonds
monds diamonds worth about $15,000.
Heres what Jacques did:
Grabbed the thugs wrist and
forced him to drop toe knife;
punched him, kicked him, knocked
him down, dragged him into the
street and called police.
Nathaniel Rose, 20, of Manhattan
was booked on charges of attempt attempted
ed attempted robbery and violation of the
Sullivan anti-weapons law.
CHINESE NAVY
GETS U.S. CRAFT
NEW YORK (A The Chinese
Nationalist navy has taken delivery
of three U.S. Navy patrol craft
provided under the mutual defense
assistance program.
Cmdr. Tsou Chien, who will com command
mand command one of the boats, assumed
charge of the squadron in cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies yesterday at Brooklyn
Navy Yard.
The diesel-powered 173-foot ves vessel*
sel* vessel* carry a crew of 50.
Read Citizen Daily

could be figured on the return filed
next year,
The cuts in the measure would
bring to more than seven billion
dollars the total tax relief taking
effect this year. Already on the
books are reductions including
three billions from a 10 per cent
individual income tax cut effective
Jan. 1; two billions from expira expiration
tion expiration of the corporation excess pro profits
fits profits tax Jan. 1; and one billion
from numerous cuts in excise tax
rates April 1.
In addition to the dividend in income
come income and corporation tax rate ex extension
tension extension provisions, major features
of the Senate bill include:
A faster method of writing off
depreciation costs on a plant or
piece of equipment, the idea being
to speed plant expansion and im improvement.
provement. improvement.
A provision for working mothers
to deduct up to S6OO of expenses
for child care, if the family in income
come income does not exceed $4,500.
Permission for college students
to earn as much as they can, with without
out without their fathers losing the S6OO
exemption for a dependent.
An increase for 20 to 30 per cent
in the amount of income that can
be given to charity and be claimed
a* a deduction.
An increase in the amount of
deductible allowances for medical
expenses. Taxpayers could deduct
these expenses in amounts above
3 per cent of income, instead of the
present 5 per cent.
An exemption from the basic 20
per cent income tax on retirement
pay of up to $1,200.
Permission for farmers to deduct
soil and water conservation ex expenditures
penditures expenditures up to 25 per cent of
farm income.

Submarines Are
Being Beautified
By Redecoratros
By WILLIAM J. WAUGH
PEARL HARBOR Ul\ U. S. Navy
submarines are going in these days
for free expression. The results
in the interior of the submersibles
have been startling.
Mess compartments are decorat decorated
ed decorated with murals of glacial lakes and
cooling snow scenes. Decks have
such colors as red tile and walls
are pink.
There are sonal ash trays and
individual bed lamps by each bunk,
curtains and upholstered chairs.
It started a year ago when Mrs.
Alec Baird was asked by crewmen
of the Sabak> to help spruce up the
interior of the ship. Said Mrs.
Baird:
Before redecoration the Sabalos
visual impact was exactly zero.
The chief of naval operations
gave his blessing to the project.
Today at least 16 subs have anew
free expression look.
On the sub Tiru a huge mural in
(ho wardroom depicts the crew as
hairy apes. The profile of the
Tirus skipper is prominent among
those pictured.
Cmdr. William D. Hushing said
there are no taboos regarding the
painting of the bulkhead. They can
paint ail they want so long as what
they paint is in good taste.
Mrs. Baird is pleased by toe re response
sponse response and says she has many let letters
ters letters of appreciation from subma submariners
riners submariners who find the new colors
very cooling. Her suggestion,
however, that the Navy get rid of
all those pipes and things, was
promptly rejected.
Use your kitchen scissors for
mincing parsley, chives, or mint
leaves.
Sprinkle fluted slices of cucum cucumber
ber cucumber with paprika for an extra extrapretty
pretty extrapretty garnish.

Key West
In Days Gone By
20 YEARS AGO
July 3, 1934
Mayor W. H. Malone is request requesting
ing requesting that the people of Key West
join in the patriotic celebration
tomorrow and cooperate with the
Kappa Pi Y Club of Key West in
making the day one of happiness
and enjoyment.
At the meeting of the board of
county commissioners held 4:00
oclock yesterday afternoon a let letter
ter letter from State Treasurer W. V.
Knott submitting' offerings of
Monroe County highway and
bridge bonds were read.
Victor Larson, Clarence Sweet Sweeting
ing Sweeting and C. L. Gaudlin were prin principals
cipals principals in an automobile accident
last night which occurred shortly
before midnight on Francis street
near Olivia.
Ignacio Carbonell and Peter
Varela will play in tennis finals
of Kappa Pi Ys tennis champion championship
ship championship of the city at that clubs all allday
day allday Fourth of July program to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, of which the ter|iis
match is one of the main features.
Carbonell defeated Bob Pinder to
gain play in the finals, and Peter
Vanela downed Fred Carbonell to
be one of the players in the
championship match.

10 YEARS AGO
July 3. 1944
Representative Bernie C. Papy
today received a letter from Les Leslie
lie Leslie L. Biffle, secretary for the ma majority
jority majority in the United States Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, who has been appointed ser sergeant-at-arms
geant-at-arms sergeant-at-arms of the Democratic
national convention to be held in
Chicago, beginning July 19, in
which he informs Mr. Papy he
has been named as one of the
assistant sergeants-at-arms.
Mrs. Henry Barcello, who has
been making her residence in the
State of Connecticut for the past
fifteen years, is visiting in Key
West with her two Ham Hamilton
ilton Hamilton and Ralph Pinder, and sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. J. O. Kemp.
Commodore Jose Aguila, of
Havana, head of the Cuban navy,
and other high Cuban offiicals
were received this morning by
Capt. C. E. Reordan, NOR com commander,
mander, commander, and his staff.
In step with the present day
emphasis on physical education
of our children, the City Recrea Recreation
tion Recreation Department is sponsoring a
field day and swimming meet for
the playgrounds on July Fourth.

JULY 5, 1934
Affairs of Key West and Monroe
county today passed into control
of the FERA as State Adminis Administrator
trator Administrator Julius F. Stone, Jr., an announced
nounced announced he had accepted Gover Governor
nor Governor Sholtzs invitation to take
charge of communities in their
state of emergency.
At the regular Rotary Club
luncheon today, toe new officers
recently elected and installed,
took their respective places, with
E. A. Strunk, new president of the
organization presiding.
I
Dr. E. R. Chapin, of the United
States Public Health Service,
formerly attached to the Marine
hospital, who was here on tempor temporary
ary temporary duty during the absence of
Dr. P. D. Holloway, left Tuseday
afternoon for Miami where he is
now stationed.
Ruth Rose Galey, attractive
daughter of Doctor and Mrs. H.
C. Galey, was a numb number
er number of her friends last night at her
home in celebration of the Glor Gloriovs
iovs Gloriovs Fourth.
JULY 5, 1944
Technical Sergeant Adolfo Lo Lopez,
pez, Lopez, Jr., 22, who is a radio gunner
aboard a Marauder 826, had
made 61 missions in toe European
theater up to June 8, according
to a letter received Monday by
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolfo
Lopez, 504 Bahama street. Serg Sergeant
eant Sergeant Lopez has been awarded the
Distinguished Flying Cross and
the Air Medal, with a cluster of
three oak leaves.
Mabel P. Green has sold her
house and lot on United Street,
near Whitehead, to Emily Wooley
Goddard for $3,000, according to
a deed filed this morning in the
county clerks office.
Collections totalling $3,145.02
during the month of June were
reported last night by City auditor
Charles R. Roberts.
KITTEN RESCUED
MAGNOLIA Ark. ifr' Two men
who had been following a truck
flagged it down at a busy inter intersection
section intersection here.
The driver joined them in prob probing
ing probing between his rear dual wheels.
Out came a whimpering little kit kitten
ten kitten that had lodged between the
tires when it scooted under the
truck.

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THE KEY WEST CITIZIM

Laughon Will Relieve Dropp
As Commander Of Subon 12

The first military affair in this
area with swords for senior offi officers
cers officers as the order of the day, will
be held on board the submarine
Amberjack, Tuesday, at the
change of command of Submarine
Squadron 12. Capt. Willard R.
Laughton, USN, will assume com command
mand command of Subron 12 and Key West
Refitting and Training Group from
Capt. Anthony H. Dropp, USN.
Nary Cross Winner
Capt. Laughon, two-time win winner
ner winner of the Navy Cross and former
commanding officer of the subma submarine
rine submarine tender Orion at Norfolk, Va.,
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
T. Laughon, Portsmouth, Va.
As commanding officer of the
submarine Rasher in the South Southwest
west Southwest Pacific during World War II
he conducted three war patrols in
the South China Seas and the wa waters
ters waters of the Nether land East In Indies.
dies. Indies.
During these patrols the Rasher
sank 12 merchant ships and one
converted cruiser, for a total of

Meat Shortage
Is Ended Now
For Britons
By ALVIN STEINKOPP
LONDON WVBritons tomorrow
regain a freedom they haventen haventenjoyed
joyed haventenjoyed for 14 years. They will be
able to go into a butcher shop and
say:
Give me about three pounds of
lamb chops, and while youre at
to toss in a couple of pounds of
bangers. Bangers are mysterious
sausages.
Meat rationing is ending.
It is a coincidence, said Prime
Minister Churchill in a recent
speech, that this freedom should
come to us on what the Americans
call independence day. We are in
a mood to value the restoration
of this bit of our independence.
Actually, meat supplies have
been goodand off-ration pur purchases
chases purchases often possiblefor some
months, but tomorrow the whole
ration book becomes a relic.
There are going to be some roast
beef binges.
Meat is the last of the rationed
foods. Ration books have been part
of the British way of life since
March 1, 1940. Fourteen years of
meat shortagesoften acutedo
something to how a nation thinks,
acts, works and of course, eats.
How are Britons going to react
to the new freedom?
Restaurant propietors are guess guessing
ing guessing that after a big initial demand
for chops, cutlets and filet steaks,
the British will revert to heir
raditional food habits which calls
for game, poultry and fish.

LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Aeta ( I*4l
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
W. H. Turner, Jr. holder of County
Tax Certificate No. 305 Issued the
Second day of June, A. D. 1952,/has
filed same In my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to
be issued thereon Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property in the County of Monroe,
State of Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 1 Square 3, Pine Grove, Big
Pine Key, PBI-137; Sub of NW
14 of NEI4 Sec. 16, Twp. 66S R
29E, Rec. 85-366. As recorded
in Monroe County Records.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in
the name of: Emma La Bella.
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, 1954.
Dated this Third day of July. 1954.
(Circuit EARL R. ADAMS,
Court Seal) Clerk of Circuit
Court, Monroe County, Florida
July 3-10-17-24, 1954.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
W. H. Turner, Jr. holder of County
Tax Certificate No. 222 issued the
Second day of June, A. D. 1952, has
filed same In my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to
be issued thereon Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property in the County of Monroe,
State of Florida, to-wlt:
Section 29. Township 64 Range
36. known as Ellison Island as
recorded In Deed Book G4l-150-
151.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In
the name of: Fred J. La Marche,
Jr.. Etux.
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, 1954.
Dated this Third day of July. 1954.
(Circuit EARL R. ADAMS.
Court Seal) Clerk of Circuit
Court, Monroe County, Florida
July 3-10-17-24, 1954.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION POR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Arts of I*4l
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
W. H. Turner, Jr. holder of County
Tax Certificate No. 820 Issued the
Second day of June, A. D. 1952, has
filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to
be issued thereon Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property In the County of Monroe,
State of Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 2 Square 2, Tropical Park,
Big Pine Key, PB 1-130 Sub of
SEW of SWJ/4 Sec. 26, Twp. 66
S R 29E Rec. C 5-407, Monroe
County Records.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In
the name of: Mrs. M. A. Rogers.
Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to lsw. the pro property
perty property described herein will be
to the highest bidder at tbe Court
House door on the first Monday In
the month of August, 1954. which Is
the Second day of August. 1954.
Dated this Third day of July, 1954.
(Circuit EARL R. ADAMS.
Court Seal) Clerk of Circuit
Court, Monro* County, Florida
July 3-10-17-34. 1954.

Saturday, July I, HM

60,000 tons and damaged eight
ships totaling 33,000 tons. It wg*
for these accomplishments that
Capt Laughon was awarded the
two Navy Crosses as well as a
Commendation ribbon.
Evaluation Work
Returning to the United Stateo
in 1945, Laughon was assigned a*
executive officer of the mission
that brought German U-boats aAd
spare parts to the United Statgs.
He later commanded a group that
evaluated the German submarines
and equipment.
In June 1950 Capt. Laughon re*
ported to the staff of the Com Commander
mander Commander Second Fleet, with' head headquarters
quarters headquarters in Norfolk, for duty at
Underseas Warfare and assistant
operations officer. Two and a half
years later he took the Orion com command
mand command which he turned over on
May 8, this year.
Capt. Dropp, locally known for
his work with the Boy Scout move movement,
ment, movement, is being ordered to the staff
of Commander, Submarine Force,
E a -tern Atlantic, which has its
headquarters at Portsmouth, Eng England.
land. England.

LEGAL NOTICES
notice of application rot
TA<* DEED
Chapter StT22 Acta mt lid]
rTSjt.fwflMEb
Aftas as
H l .*,? sam ln my office, and has
made application for a tax deed t!
Kars WiL'ra*?'
S* is 'ssr.
roe County Records.
?C 7SI ,, LSa2J.S!rr
r.i".'",. "l a or<. e ";'!' c ;: w
r-jssSSc
House door on the Ji,.,
the "..V'liTi'i 11 'M
Court Seel) cSk^/SMS
. < sgjtsias-a ~m.*
Tax Certificate'* of County
arts s &
embraces the fonowHn d .. C 2 rt,f,c t
Property | n the Coutty f^i! Crlb and
State of Florida, to-wit Monr *.
Government Lit 5 p., ...
£ey. Sec. 5, Twn so* lA,t# 1A,t#
41E, Containing *14*71
more or leas a. '* acres
County "rS M *
r'asari!
House door on V he Court
the month In
the Second dav *1 1,5<1 whl Hated this 'Kte2L An Ut I**4.
(Circuit Th eawt m
Court Seal) ClrV A P. AMB t
. Court, Monroe f £ ,Pcul^
July 3-10-17-24. 1954 ty F, rWa
w N S
nled same In mv t***, has
application
be Issued ther-nn 0... *eJ to
embraces the foilnv/iL and
property In th* ow n *' described
st.r. s F vi;. c r;v'
as-
Containing***2s* ar?/-*** 41
less a. .acre*, more or.
cjuVVtS*" ,n
th T e rJl am 0,: E B Ha?dsley M 1
redeemed cording to U*w f h i H k
Party described h *eVn hi ?h?d
Ho,*,?! bidder .? the bf c!ui?
House door'on the first Mons.t 1.
Hi gsa.Lvy,
.(ClVeUt** 1 S.SI*L %2S}i
Court Seal) Clerk of CirriMt
July 3^to- r i t 7-. nr m4 C Unty n#Hd
~~
INVITATION Fo* BID*
A e aled bids will be received k*
the Board of Public Instruction f
r .*Jaunty. Florida (herein also
StiL i ) at an K V E^ S T Jn,y ** l *M- In
nlfii^- Brd v Roo S Administration
Building Key West, Florida at
which time and place said Ms
will be publicly opened and read,
for the following work:
Kitchen Alterations and Addttlens
for Polnclana Elementary irhoel.
Key West. Florida.
Plans, speclfleatlens. bid forms,
forms of contract, Instructions to
bidders and all other btdgthjr and
contract data may be obtained from
the office of the Arthlteet, VFm. I H.
Merrlam, 27* Aragon Avenue. Coral
Gables, Florida, on and after Mr
7. ISM. A deposit of Idio will bo
required refundable If said plans
and specifications are returned is
good order within ten (10) days sft sfter
er sfter the award of the contract.
If any bidder desires additional
sets of plans and specifications, lie
must pay the actual cost of same,
and will not be entitled to any re refund.
fund. refund.
If a bid ! not submitted. *O% of
the amount of the deposit for tbo
original set of plans and noeetflea noeetfleatlonr
tlonr noeetfleatlonr will be refunded to Mr>. W>*
return of the plans and specifica specifications
tions specifications In good condition.
All bids must be submitted on
forms prescribed by tbe Board *nd
accompanied by certified eneek,
cashiers check or bid bond, fg the
amount of five (5) per centum
the base bid. expressed l tns *f
money, conditioned that If svrvded
the contract, tbe bidder wflf within
tbe time specified br the Beatd.
enter Into a contract In aeeordMjo
with accepted bid. In form prescrib prescribed
ed prescribed by the Board, and give a mr mrformance
formance mrformance bond satisfactory t# too
attorney for the Board. <|lai to
100 per centum of the contract
price. .....
The Board reserves the right to
waive Informalities and to rofeet
any and all bids.
The Foard of Public IpsfMctlan
of Monroe Gauntr. Flarlda
By: CEBALD H. ATiAMg,
Chairman
By: HOR4CE GBKTAKT
Superintendent and. Secretary.
1 July 3-10-17, 1334*



tahirday, July 3, J 954

Colored Community News
WINIFRED SANDS JOHNSON. Editor
2-232*

Legion Installs New Officers
In Ceremony At Post Home

William Weech Po*t, No. 168,
American Legion and its Auxili Auxiliary
ary Auxiliary held installation services at
the American Legion-V. F. W.
Home Sunday, June 27, at 2 p. m.
The installing officer was Nath Nathaniel
aniel Nathaniel 0. Small, area commander,
who installed the following offic officers:
ers: officers:
Commander ... Jose Planas
Ist Vice Commander .... Charles L.
Major
2nd Vice Commander.... Samuel D.
Leggett, Jr.
FinanceOfficer .... Eugene Roberts
Chaplain Robert Whyms
Historian Navy Chief Jim
Stallings
Service Officer Alfred Cole Colebrooks
brooks Colebrooks
Sergeant-at-Arms Samuel W.
Welters ..
The impressive ceremony began
with the presentation of colors af after
ter after which a prayer was offered by
the Chaplain, Robert Whyms. The
next number was the recitation of
the Flag Pledge by the audi audience.
ence. audience. After this number the newly
elected commander, Jose Planas,
introduced the guests who were
Nathaniel D, Small, area comman commander;
der; commander; Arthur Baker, division com commander;
mander; commander; and Comrade Green, one
of the two original living members
of the American Legion.
Comrade Green was present at
the organization of the Legion in
Paris, France, in 1819.
Commander Planas turned the
meeting over to Commander Small
who proceeded with the installa installation.
tion. installation. Commander Small compli complimented
mented complimented the members on their
beautiful hall telling them that they
had the most beautiful hall in the
country. He then asked the Ser Sergeant-at-Arms,
geant-at-Arms, Sergeant-at-Arms, James Floyd, to
present the newly elected officers.
When all were gathered, they were
admonished to live exemplary lives
and to strive to please their fellow fellowmen,
men, fellowmen, their country and their God.
To the commander, he reminded
him that he was the father of the
flock and whatever mistakes he
made would be outstanding. He
told him to live so that his flock
could look ta him for leadership
and consolation. \ {
CoftiMkfidferPlanas thanked his
members for having returned him
to the commandership for three
consecutive years, and stated that
he would .humbly serve them with without
out without being a dictator, yet doing all
that he considered best for the
organisation. f
Commander Planas then turned
the meeting over to Mrs. Patricia
Allen, president of the Auxiliarv,
who in turn presented Miss Mal Malvise
vise Malvise Pinder, past president, who

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Skating Program
Conducted At
Ocean View Park
The skating program which is
conducted every Friday night
from 7:30-9:00, at Ocean View
Park, is becoming a great suc success.
cess. success.
This program has been in op operation
eration operation for three weeks and will
continue throughout the season.
Children from six through six sixteen
teen sixteen may participate. There is no
fee charged for skating but all
children who desire to have re refreshments
freshments refreshments pay five cents a week
and are issued a skating club
card. Those holding this card are
served free refreshments on the
first Friday of each month.
There are many good skaters
in this club but William Roberts
was the champion skater of last
week.
This program is conducted by
the City Recreation Department of
which Paul G. Albury is the direc director.
tor. director.
Supervisors at Ocean View Park
are Mrs. Vina Mae Saunders and
Nathaniel Ingraham.
served as installing officer for the
Auxiliary.
The following officers were in installed:
stalled: installed:
President........ Mrs. Patricia Allen
Vice President.... Mrs. Carrie Cole Colebrooks
brooks Colebrooks
2nd Vice President .... Mrs. Louise
Roberts
Secretary Mrs. Lucille Small
Treasurer Mrs. Antoinette
Hernandez
Historian Mrs. Sarah Rodriguez
Chaplain Mrs. Cecilia Hayes
Sergeants-at-Arms Mrs. Mary
Roberts and Mrs. Laurette
Whyms.
The meeting was then turned
over to Commander Planas who
called on Charles L. Major, first
vice commander who in turn called
on Mrs. Winifred Sands Johnson to
present Miss Marva Allen, winner
of the Voice of Democracy con contest
test contest who was presented a prize by
the Legion.
Arthur Baker, division command commander
er commander then presented a certificate of
appreciation to Commander Plan Planas.
as. Planas.
Commander Planas introduced
Irving Carey, past commander, and
Mrs. Arabella Munnings, age 84,
oldest Auxiliary member.
The chaplain offered the bene benediction
diction benediction and colors were retired.
Following the services refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were served.
Sgt. Robert Barnett left the city
June 20, to report to Fort Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, Kentucky.
Barnett is the son of Mrs. May Maylene
lene Maylene White.

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and 7:30 P.M.
Prayer and Class Meeting
Tuesday, 7:30 P.M.
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of Zion A.M.E. Church Tuesday night were John Henry Jackson. Cecil Bain. Jr.. Cecil Bethel. Jo Joseph
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Falco-Bethel Nuptials Told

At a beautiful and impressive
single-ring ceremony under a can canopy
opy canopy of garden roses, Miss Vera
Falco became the bride of Henry
Bethel on Sunday evening, June
27, at 4 oclock.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Falco, 716 Chap Chapman
man Chapman Lane. The groom is the son
of Mrs. Mary Hanna, 2-C Fort
Village.
Rev. L. Milerson, pastor of Trin Trinity
ity Trinity Baptist Church, tied the matri matrimonial
monial matrimonial bonds between the beauti beautifully
fully beautifully clad bride and the groom.
The bride was strikingly beauti beautiful
ful beautiful as she walked down the aisle
on the arm of her father. Her well wellchosen
chosen wellchosen ballerina length wedding
gown was a dream come true of
Chantilly lace and nylon tulle over
baronet The six-pointed front
buttoned bodice fell into the bil billowing
lowing billowing bouffant skirt with Parisian
grace. Her face and head were
covered with a finger tip veil of
imported illusion net on a calot
covered with pearls and sequins.
Her only ornament was a single
strand of pearls, gift of the groom.
Miss Patricia Ferguson attend attended
ed attended her as maid of honor. Orchid
net over nylon taffeta was worn
in a beautifully made ballerina
length dress. She carried a huge
yellow carnation with green satin
ribbon made up into a nosegay.
The headress was a nylon fluted
head band interlaced with tiny
dainty flowers.
The bridesmaids were Miss Al Alphonsine
phonsine Alphonsine Barnett who wore blue;
Miss Rose Marie Ferguson who
wore pink; and Miss Marva Allen
who wore yellow. Their exquisite
dresses were designed identically
as that of Miss Patricia Fergu Ferguson,
son, Ferguson, maid of honor. Their bouquets
were also the same.
Serving as best man was Alex Alexander
ander Alexander Davis.
Ushers were Frank Terry,
Charles Hall and Ralph Welters.
Flower girls were Judith Ed Edwards
wards Edwards and Claudina Falco.
The ring bearer was Craig Al Allen.
len. Allen.
The keepers of the bridal line
were Willie C. Haggins, Edward
Clarke and Theodore Suarez.
As the mother was indisposed,
Mrs. Maude Clarke, aunt of the

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hail* from Ohio. He is very
active in the civic affairs of the
city and is very much interested
in the writing of poetry.Citi poetry.Citizen
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bride, represented her. She was
dressed in a beautiful nylon chif chiffon
fon chiffon dress, ballerina length, orna ornamented
mented ornamented with multi-colored eequins..
Her shoes and bag were of sil silver.
ver. silver. She wore an exquisite orchid
corsage.
The grooms mother, Mrs. Mary
Hanna, wore a blue linen tailored
dress with white accessories. She
wore a white carnation corsage.
Willie C. Haggins sang I Love
You Truly.
The traditional wedding march
was played by Mrs. Ellen Sanchez.
The bride is a graduate of Doug Douglass
lass Douglass High School, class of 54.
The groom is a veteran of the
Korean conflict.
Immediately following the rites
a reception was held at the Com Community
munity Community Center.
Out of town guests were Miss
Welthea Scavella, Mrs. Elaine
Clarke, Miss Elizabeth Roberts,
Miss Louise Johnson, Miss Mary
Johnson, Miss Julia Heil, Miss
Myrtis Trim, and Mr. and Mrs.
David Clarke, all of Miami.
The couple are at home at 716
Thomas Street.

Cub Scout
Notes
Cub Pack 59 met with Packs 53,
217, 251, 253 254, and 257 in a
round table meeting June 23. Den
mothers attending this meeting
were Mrs. Ruby Valdez, Mrs.
Eloise Reynolds and Mrs. Ruby
Bain.
Pack 59 volunteered to bring
handicraft projects for the next
round table meeting.
The theme for July is Treasure
HuntGold Rush, Wisteria Is Island.
land. Island.
On Saturday, July 17, at 9:30
a.m., all Cubs, Cubbers and Den
Chiefs are asked to be on dock in
front of old Ships Service at the
Naval Station annex.
For the Cubs and Young of
Harts bathing suits covered with
a Pirate costume. Bring your own
sandwiches. The Gold Nuggets'
you find will be exchanged for
cold drinks.
Mr. Peek advised that clearance
for the trip to Wisteria Island be
obtained from the boys parents
and from the Navy.
ELLSWORTH EDWARDS
IS HOME ON LEAVE
Airman 1-c Ellsworth Edwards
who spent the last 26 months in
Korea is now here on a 30-day
leave.
Edwards entered the service in
1951.
Upon the expiration of his leave
Edwards will report to Camp Ros Roswell.
well. Roswell. New Mexico.
Friends may visit Edwards at
the home of his mother, Mrs. Ileen
Oliver, 714 Elizabeth Street.
JAMESES HAVE VISITOR
Mrs. Lucille Franklin of West Westport,
port, Westport, Connecticut, spent a week in
the city with her niece, Mrs. W.
D. Adams, wife of Chief W. D.
Adams.
As Mrs. Franklin visited Chief
and Mrs. James in 1950, this is her
second visit.
Mrs. Franklin -is now visiting
relatives in New Orleans, Louis Louisiana,
iana, Louisiana, before rturning to her
home in Connecticut.
Albert Henfield, husband of Mrs.
Hazel Curry Henfield, is seriously
ill at the Naval Hospital.

Jr. Baseball
League Is
Organized
The recreational program under
the direction of Alphonso Dean
conducted at Douglass High School
has formed a junior baseball lea league
gue league of three teams composed of
boys from 12 through 16 years of
age.
The name of the league is the
Campanella Junior League.
The teams are managed by Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert Leggett, Buddy Carey and Al Alphonso
phonso Alphonso T. Dean.
The games are played on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursday of each week
at 4:00 p.m. at Ocean View Park.
The first game was played Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, June 29.
The team managed by Leggett
downed Deans team by a score
of 8-7.
Maxwell Hudson hit the only
home run in the game.
The outstanding play was made
by Forest Hester.
The winning pitcher was John
Perez, Jr.
The public is urged to come out
and see these games and give en encouragement
couragement encouragement to the players. Who
knows but that some of these boys
may become major league mater material?
ial? material?
Support your.home team!
Tennis is played every Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night from 7:30-9:00, at the
school.
The court may be used any day
from 9:00-4:00 for individual in instruction.
struction. instruction.
Games for small children are
carried on and parents are urged
to let their children come out each
day of the week.

BIRTHS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Falco 715 Chapman Lane, Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, June 16, a baby girl Faye
Marie.
Little Faye weighed 7 lbs. 1 oz.
at birth.
Mrs. Susan Butler was the at attending
tending attending midwife.
Mr. and Mrs. Edw : ard Lee Dunn
of San Diego, California, are the
parents of a baby boy, Edward
Keith, born in the Naval Hospital
of that city June 2.
The baby weighed 7 lbs. 6 oz. at
birth.
Mrs. Dunn is the former Miss
Ruth Woods of Key West, daughter
of Mrs. Carrye Woods.
Kenneth Butler is now honorably
discharged from the Army and is
spending his summer vacation with
his mother, Mrs. Leoncia Mclntosh,
725 Monroe County Lane.
Butler who is a graduate of
Douglass High School will enroll
at Fiorida A and M University,
Tallahassee, Florida in the fall.

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H. Goin*. Mrs. Ruby Bain, Mrs. Ruby Valdez and Leon Sumner. These men and women spare no
means to make life worthwhile for the youngster* to whom they devote so much
Staff Photo, SybiL

Adventists
In Key West
Commended
The Key West Seventh-day-Ad Seventh-day-Adventists
ventists Seventh-day-Adventists were commended in a
special service Saturday for their
part in the church's growth as re reported
ported reported at the Adventists quadren quadrennial
nial quadrennial World Conference concluded
June 5, in San Francisco. Califor California.
nia. California.
Oscar Gunn, reporting officially
to the Key West Church, said that,
Participation by a great majori majority
ty majority of members has helped to make
possible the unprecedented growth
of the Adventist denomination as
revealed at the San Francisco
World Conference. More than 25,-
000 persons from 98 countries at attended
tended attended the conference, he said.
According to Mr. Gunn there are
approximately one and One-fourth
million adherents to the Adventist
faith and the baptized adult mem membership
bership membership is expected to pass the
million mark in the next few
months.

He said the San Francisco Con Conference
ference Conference emphasized a cardinal
teaching of Seventh-day-Adventists
belief in the approaching Second
Advent of Christ. This subject, Mr.
Gunn, pointed out, is being ser seriously
iously seriously studied and discussed today
among many church goers and
groups.
Total giving by Adventists in
1953 amounted to more than S6O
million in regular tithes and offer offerings,
ings, offerings, Mr. Gunn said, Per capita
contributions in this country,
reached a record of $181.57. Key
West Adventists kept pace with
this growth. This represents an
average increase of $44.50 per
capita over 1949 giving, as report reported
ed reported at the 1950 quadrennial World
Conference of the Seventh-day-Ad Seventh-day-Adventists.
ventists. Seventh-day-Adventists.
Mr. Gunn said the denomination
reported that it has entered and
is carrying on work in 197 of the
officially recognized 230 countries
in the world. He added that 751
languages and dialects are being
used by the Adventists, with pub publications
lications publications being issued in 198.
Adventists operate a worldwide
parochial school system, which
was reported at the San Francisco
meeting to comprise nearly 5,000
schools from elementary level
through graduate work. Approxi Approximately
mately Approximately 250,000 students are enroll enrolled.
ed. enrolled.
Mr. Gunn said hi§ church is op operating
erating operating 181 major medical insti institutions
tutions institutions and hundreds of smaller
clinics and medical units.
Out of town visitors at the
Seventh-day-Adventist Church for
the past two Sabbaths were: Mr.
and Mrs. James Dorsett. and two
sons, Homestead, Fla; Mrs. Rah Rahmings,
mings, Rahmings, Homestead; Mr. Patterson,
Daytona Beach. Fla; Leroy Higgs,
Ronald Bethel, Leon Farrington,
The Misses Sybil, Ruth and Var Varlees
lees Varlees Gator, Miss Alma Beade. and
Mr. Carey, all of Miami. Mrs.
Bain, Nassau, N.P.; and Mrs Par Parker
ker Parker of Valdosta, Georgia.

DEATHS
The funeral of Samuel Russell,
age 78, who died Saturday, June
26, at Monroe General Hospital
was conducted Wednesday, June
30, from Trinity Presbyterian
Church at 3:30 p. m.
Mr. Russel? was born on the
Island of Abaco (Green Turtle
Cay,) B. W. 1., on March 24, 1876.
He came to this country at "the
age of 14 and made this his home.
He considered himself a true Am American
erican American as he became a citizen soon
as he became of age.
Russell will be greatly missed as
he made many friends through his
many acts of kindness.
Burial was in the City Cemetery.
NOTICE
City sponsored dances are
being-held in Ocean View Park
in accordance with the city's
recreational plan for Colored
people.

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selias at the Servicemen Center Tuesday night were Stuart
Gresham. Judith Sands, and Everett Eggleston. Youngsters may
drop by any evening. Sunday included, for wholesome recrea recreation
tion recreation under the direction of Mrs. Marie S. Welters,
Citizen Staff Photo. Sybil.

Eagl es Slate
Two Gaines
For Holidays
Sunday afternoon at 2:30, at
Ocean View Park, the Key West
Eagles will play the Marathon
Wildcats, a recently organized
team which has some very good
prospects.
On Monday at 2:30 p. m.. at the
same park. The Eagles will cross
bats with the Miami Dodgers.
The Dodgers team is a good one
which will bring a record of 7 wins
and 4 losses with it. In the mean meantime,
time, meantime, the Eagles will try to hold
on to its almost perfect record
of 9 wins and 1 single loss for the
season.
The Eagles will be trying hard to
win both of these games as they
both mean a lot to the team.
The probable starting pitchers
for The Eagles will be either
Barnett or Hannibal against Mara Marathon
thon Marathon and Roosevelt (Buddy) Carey
or Wendell (Wendie) Gallagher
against The Dodgers.
Here is the probable starting
line-up and batting averages for
The Eagles:
K. Albury (IB) .282, L. Butler
(2B) .267, J. Key (3B) .286, D. Car Carey
ey Carey (SS) .323, S. Hannibal (LF) .250,
or A. Carey (LF) .333, R. Barnett
(CF) .318, F. Terry (RFK.467, and
Joe (Red) Carey (C) .342.
The leading home-run hitters are
R. Carey and Barnett. Welters
leads in triples and R. Terry leads
in doubles. Incidentally, all of
Terrys hits have been doubles and
one would have been a home-run,
had it been hit anywhere else but
in Marathon. They only credited
him with a ground rule double.

IN MEMORIAM
In sad but loving memory of our
dear beloved mother, Mrs. Leonia
Mingo Roberts, who departed this
life June 30, 1953.
Dearest Mother, thou hast left us,
Here thy loss we deeply feel,
But tis God that hath bereft us,
He can all our sorrow's heal.
Mervert and Mary Roberts,
daughters
Louise Deveaux, sister
Miriam Russell, sister
Olive Mayo, sister
Ruby Thorpe, sister
Clifford Mingo, brother
FAREWELL PARTY
FOR HUDSON
A farewell party was given at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Williams Wednesday evening, June
24, in honor of Seaman Fred Hud Hudson
son Hudson by the Young Peoples Society
of the Seventh-Day-Adventist
Church. He left with his ship the
Sand Piper Thursday for New
York.
Robert Evans, Windsor Lane, is
a patient at the Naval Hospital.

I NAVY WIVES
CLUB NOTES
The Southernmost City Navy
Wives Club, No. 114, held a social
meeting at the home of Mrs. June
Perry, Wednesday, June 16. The
business meeting was held Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, June 23, at the home of
Mrs. Lizzette James.
Avery welcome visitor to the
meeting was Mrs. Teresa Brax Braxton,
ton, Braxton, vice president of the south southeastern
eastern southeastern region, who explained a
few very important facts.
Mrs. Willie Mae Williams is a
welcome addition to the club.
Mrs. Maggie Gibson is on vaca vacation.
tion. vacation.
A welcome is still standing for
new members.
Around Bethel
The Ushers Union met at Bethel
A. M. E. Church June 27, to pre present
sent present the following program:
Selection Ushers Union
Prayer and Scripture ........ Rev. Ev Everett,
erett, Everett, pastor of Bethel A. M. E.
Church
Solo Leon Sumner
Reading .. Mrs. Ferris
Selection Choir No. 2
Solo Willie Ward
Selection Choir No. 1
The Ushers Union gave a tie
and apron party Friday night,
June 25, at the church center.
Ushers Board No. 1 met at tha
home of Mrs. Grace Stubbs Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, June 24, at 7:30 p. m.
The president was happy to sea
so many members out and urged
them to come to church on Sun Sundays.
days. Sundays.
Following the meeting refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were served.

Surprise Birthday
Party Given For
Mrs. June Perry
Tuesday, June 29, was Mrs. June
Perrys birthday, but like most
busy housewives and mothers,
shed forgotten it. Her husband,
Cubmaster Perry, however, re remembered
membered remembered it to the extent that he
surprised her with a party.
Mrs. Perry w'as the recipient of
many beautiful and useful gifts
but the most beautiful of all was
the gift from her husband, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany bureau.
Among those enjoying the hospi hospitality
tality hospitality of Mr. Perry were Mrs.
Dorothy Evans Jones, Mrs. Cecil
Bain, Mrs. Ruby Valdez, Allen
Sidberry, Mrs. Florency Fry,
Chief Daniel Fry, Mrs. Eloise Rey Reynolds,
nolds, Reynolds, Bernard Roberts, Mrs. Dor Doris
is Doris Major, Charles H. Goins, Edwin
Lampkins and Mrs. Winifred Sands
Johnson.

Cub Scouts
In Program
The Cub Scouts under William
S. Perry, Cubmaster, held a pro program
gram program in their hall located in the
Aisement of Cornish Memorial
Zion A. M. E. Church Tuesday,
June 29, at 8:00 p. m.
The Cubs presented a program
that was highly entertaining and
at the same time displayed the
varied talents of the participants.
Among the many visitors wit witnessing
nessing witnessing the interesting program
were Mrs. Wilhelmina Bain, Miss
Betty Towns, Mrs. Willie Johnson,
Mrs. Lucille Pope, Mrs. Marguer Marguerite
ite Marguerite Planas, Mrs. Winifred Sands
Johnson, J. G. Ballou, Pack 251,
Cubmaster: R. A. Sloan. Pack 217,
Cubmaster; Mrs. R. A. Sloan, Miss
Darlene Sloan, Mrs. George Wood,
George Wood, district committee
representative, Mrs. Merlice Hen Henderson
derson Henderson and Mrs. Grace Palacios.
Den mothers attending were Mrs.
Rudy Valdez, Mrs. Eloise Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds and Mrs. Ruby Bain.
Den fathers present were Cecil
Bain. John Seals and Charles H.
Goins.



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LEGAL NOTICES
JTOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acta of I*4l
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
W. H. Turner, Jr. holder of County
Tax Certificate No. 371 issued the
Second day of June, A. D. 1952, has
filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to
be issued thereon Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property in the County of Monroe,
State of Florida, to*wit:
Lot SI, Tiptons Subdivision,
Marathon, Fla., PE 2-46, In Govt
Lot 2, Sec. 10, Twp. 665, Rse.
>2E. As recorded in Monroe
County Records. G35-45J-453-G43-
IM>. ..
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in
the name of: E. F. Hopson and wife,
Kathleen Hopson.
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 Mondav in
the month of August, 1954, which Is
the Second day of August, 1954.
Dated this Third day of July, 1954.
(Circuit EARL R- ADAMS,
Court Seal) Clerk of Circuit
Court, Monroe County, Florida
Jtfly S-19-17-24, 1954.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 30733 Acts of 1041
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
W. H. Turner, Jr. holder of County
Tax Certificate No. 370 issued the
Second day of June, A. D. 1952, has
filed same In my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to
be Issued thereon Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property In the County of Monroe,
State of Florida, to-wit:
Lot 30, Tiptons Subdivision,
Marathon, Fla., PB 2-46 In Govt
Lot 2, Sec. 10; TWP 66s Rge 32E
as recorded In Monroe County
The assessment of said property
Nnder the said certificate was in
the name of: E. F. Hopson and
wife, Kathleen Hopson.
Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the pro-
Srty described herein will be sold
the highest bidder at the Court
>use door on the first Mondav in
the month of August, 1954, which is
the Second day of August, 1954.
Dated this Third day of July. 1954.
(Circuit EARL R. ADAMS.
Court Seal) Clerk of Circuit
Court, Monroe County, Florida
July 1-10-17-24, 1954.
XoflC OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 30733 Acts ef 1941
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
W. H. Turner, Jr. holder of County
Tax Certificate No. 322 Issued the
Second day of August, A. D. 1962,
has filed same In mv office, and has
made application for a tax deed to
be issued thereon Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property In the County of Monroe,
State of Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 24, Sauare 2, Tropical Park,
Big Pine Key. PB 1-130, Sub. of
SEI4 of SWVe See. 26, Twp. 66S
R 298 as Recorded in Monroe
County Records-C5-407.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in
the name of: Mrs. M. A. Rogers.
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 Becond day of August, 1954.
Dated this Third day of July. 1954.
(Circuit EARL R. ADAMS,
Court Seal) Clerk of Circuit
Court, Monroe County, Florida
July 3-10-17-24, 1954.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
OFFICE OF THE STATE ROAD
DEPARTMENT
Tallahassee, Florida
June 2S, 1954
CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTEN MAINTENANCE
ANCE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
Sealed bids will be received at
Tallahassee, Florida, from Quali Qualified
fied Qualified Contractors until 10:20 A. M.
(E. S. TANARUS.) on the Bth day of July,
1954, for construction of the follow following
ing following projects:
State Project, Job No. POOS-001,
State Road No. 6, Monroe County,
Bahia Honda Bridge. Work con consists
sists consists of Sandrlasting and painting
the exposed structural steel. The
length of the bridge is approximate approximately
ly approximately 5,356 feet. A Proposal Guaranty
In the amount of |6,000.00 will be
required.
The terms (1) "light excavation, M
(3) "medium excavation, and (3)
"heavy excavation as used herein hereinabove
above hereinabove Indicate, respectively, (1) less
than 8000 Cu. Yds. per mile, (2)
8000 to 16,000 Cu. Yds. per mile, and
(3) more than 16,000 Cu. Yds. per
mile.
A Proposal Guaranty consisting
Of either a certified check, cashier's
Check, trust company treasurers
check or bank draft of any national
or state bank, in the amount stated
above, made payable to the Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the State Road Department,
must accompany each bid. All
f hecks or drafts shall have been
ssued within 10 days of the date
tor receiving bids. Certified checks
shall5 hall have the necessary State of
'loridas Documentary Stamps at attached.
tached. attached.
The name of the bidder and the
applicable Project Number should
be shown on the check or draft.
All work is to be done in accord accordance
ance accordance with Plans, Specifications, and
Spoclal Provisions of the State Road
Department. Special attention is
called to "Notice to Qualified Con Contractors
tractors Contractors and any Special Provis Provisions
ions Provisions contained in the Proposal
Form.
Plans and/or Proposal Forms will
be furnished to Qualified Contrac Contractors
tors Contractors upon application to this office
for the sum of 325.00 per set. Extra
sets of Plans may be purchased
for SIO.OO per set. Plans, with or
Without Special Provisions, may be
purchased by fabricators for SIO.OO
per set. No refaad will be made
tor any ef tbe above charges tor
plana and proposal torn*.
Proposal Forms will not be Issued
unless request is received at least
84 hours prior to opening bids.
The right is reserved to reject
any or all bids.
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT
OF FLORIDA
CECIL M. WEBB, Chairman
R. T. GUPTON
State Highway Engineer
June 26; July 3, 1954

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FFICIENCY APTS.
Summer rates, $11.50 up, excel exceltent
tent exceltent ter 2 ar S people. Cool and
futet. Maid service. Opposite
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Saturday, July 3, 1994

LEGAL NOTICES
(CONTINUED)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
Case No. IS-114S
MERCEDES HANNIBAL BRANCH.
Plaintiff,
.vs. DIVORCE
WILLIAM ALLAN BRANCH. JR.,
_ Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: William Allan Branch, Jr-
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.
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 the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 15th dav of
July, A. D. 1954, in the above en entitled
titled entitled cause, otherwise the allega allegations
tions allegations therein contained will be taken
as confessed.
DONE and ORDERED at Key
West, Monroe County, Florida, this
11th day of June, A. D. 1964.
(SEAL) EARL R. ADAMS,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Monroe County, Florida.
By: (sd) SOPHIE SAUNDERS.
_ Deputy Clerk.
J. Y. PORTER. IV,
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
606 Whitehead Street,
Key West, Florida.
June 12-19-26; July 8, 1964
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office
of the District Director of Internal
Revenue, Jacksonville, Fla.. June 3,
1964. The following described
real property seised from Helen
Gould Beck also known as Sally
Rand under warrants for distraint
for the nonpayment of assessed in internal
ternal internal revenue taxes due will be
sold as provided by Section 3791 of
the Internal Revenue Code of the
United States at public auction on
Tuesday, July 6, 1954, at 11:00 o-
clock A. M., at the Post Office, Key
West, Fla.: On the Island of Key
West, Florida and known on Will William
iam William Whiteheads Map of said Is Island,
land, Island, delineated in February A. D.
1829 as a part of Tract Seven (7),
but now better known as Lot 13, on
a diagram made by Benjamin Al Albury
bury Albury of a part of said Tract Seven
(7) and recorded in Plat Book 1,
Page 8, of the Public Records of
Monroe County, Florida; commenc commencing
ing commencing at a point on the Northeasterly
side of the Salt Pond or Bay Road,
Three Hundred Fifty-five (355)
Feet from tire corner of the Salt
Pond or Bay Road and Division
Street and running thence In a
Southeasterly direction along the
Northeasterly side of said Salt Pond
or Bay Road Seventy-eight (78)
Feet, Nine (9) Inches and extending
back parallel with Division Street
in a Northeasterly direction at each
end thereof to the waters of the
Gulf, together with riparian rights
thereto; and On the Island of Key
West, Florida, and known as part
of Tract Seven (7), according to a
diagram recorded in Deed Book 1,
Page 389 of the Public Records of
Monroe County, Florida, as part of
Lot Eight (8) in Square Three (3)
of said Tract Seven (7); commenc commencing
ing commencing at a point Thirty-nine (39) feet,
Four and one-half (4V&) Inches
from the corner of Albury Street
and Salt Pond or Bay Road running
thence along Salt Pond or Bay Road
in a Southeasterly direction Thirty Thirtynine
nine Thirtynine (39) feet, Four and one-half
(4V&) inches: thence at right angles
in a Southeasterly direction One
Hundred (100) feet: thence at right
angles in a Northwesterly direction
Thirty-nine (39) feet, Four and one onehalf
half onehalf (4V&) Inches; thence at right
angles in a Northeasterly direction
One Hundred (100) feet to the
point of beginning. Laurie W.
Tomlinson, District Director of In Internal
ternal Internal Revenue, Room 333, Federal
Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.
June 16, June 25, July 3, 1964.
2Apartments For Rent
TWO BEDROOM furnished apart
ment Hot and cold water.
Screened porch. Nice neighborhood.
CaU 2-2892.
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. Adult* only.
915 Windsor Lane.
EFFICIENCY apt. opposite USO.
Weekly rental Couple only. No
pets. The Price Organisation, Real Realtor,
tor, Realtor, 411 Fleming. Phona 2-7611.
APARTMENTS and sleeping
rooms. Nicely decorated. By day,
week or month. State Hotel Apts.
410 Fleming.
LA HACIINDA
NEW air-cooled 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.
FURNISHED efficiency apart apartment
ment apartment Electric kitchen. Children
welcome. Apply 909 Elizabeth St.
ONE bedroom furnished apart apartment
ment apartment Couple only. 1330 Duncan
Street Phone 2-7968 or call at 1209
Georgia Street
NEW efficiency apartments. Beau Beautifully
tifully Beautifully furnished, adults only, no
pets, excellent location, 716 Duval
St., Phona 2-5531.
NEW Southard apartments. Fur Furnished
nished Furnished efficiencies. Summer
rates. Air conditioned. Phone
2-2206.
FURNISHED apartment, desirable.
Child accepted, no pets. Apply
415 Fleming days or 725 Florida,
evenings.
UPPER and lower two-room effi efficiencies.
ciencies. efficiencies. Inquire Launderette,
900 Truman Avenue or phone
2-2345.
monthly. Rooms, $10.50 single,
$14.00 double, weekly. Children
welcomed. 718 South Street
FOR RENT: Modern, one room,
all electric kitchenette and bath
efficiency. Separate entrance, sun sundeck.
deck. sundeck. Near beach. Gtnple only,
no pets. Phooe 2-5790.

2Apartment* For Rent
(CONTINUED)
TWO apartment* for rent S7O
and SBO. 1007 Truman.
COOL, SHADY, QUIET, NEW EF EFFICIENCY
FICIENCY EFFICIENCY APT. ALL ELECT ELECTRIC.
RIC. ELECTRIC. PALMS COURTS, 1224 SEM SEMINARY.
INARY. SEMINARY.
FURNISHED apartment for rent.
Adults only. 1405 GrinneU Street.
3 APTS. $60.00 per month. Apply
at 411 William Street.
COOL, attractive one-bedroom
apt Adults only. No pets. Ap Apply
ply Apply 323 Whitehead.
COOL, completely furnished, ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency apartment Best neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. 715 Seminole.
STUDIO apartment. Nicely furn furnished,
ished, furnished, utilities included. Phone
2-5514 and 2-3210.
COMFORTABLE efficiency avail available
able available for 4-5 months. $75 and
electric. 301 Whitehead, before
6 P.M.
ATTRACTIVE comfortable furn furnished
ished furnished apartments, one efficiency
and one 3 rooms and bath. 1100
Margaret.
NEW, beautifully, furnished, air airconditioned,
conditioned, airconditioned, bedroom apt. with
television. Couple only. 1310 Laird
St.
YOUNG man will share new, air airconditioned,
conditioned, airconditioned, efficiency apartment
with same. Southard Hotel Apts,,
Apt. 202, after 6 p.m.
EFFICIENCY apartment. Ideal
for couple. El Prado Motel, 1117
Truman Avenue.
THREE ROOMS and bath, $75
monthly. No pets. 727 Love
Lane.
TWO large efficiencies for week weekend.
end. weekend. Completely furnished. 1703
Johnson Street.
FOUR ROOM furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Apply 1128 Margaret St.,
or Phone 2-6280.
THREE BEDROOM, furnished
apartment. 7 rooms in all.
Large. Near beach. Cool. Large
veranda on two sides. Call 2-2892.
BEAUTIFUL apartment for rent
to married couple. No children,
no pets. 1019 Margaret Street.
2 BEDROOM apt. $75 month plus
utilities. Apply Blossoms Place,
Eaton & White.
ONE-BEDROOM furnished apt.
Full bathroom. S6O monthly. 529
Grinnell.
APARTMENT for rent. Couple
only, no pete. Apply 706 White
Street.
FOR RENT: Furnished, ground
floor apartment, including utili utilities.
ties. utilities. 802 Eaton.
SPACIOUS, cool, unfurnished, two
bedroom apartment Just com completely
pletely completely renovated. Call at 126
Duval St, or after 6 P.M., 901
Truman Ave.
SMALL, one bedroom, furnished.
Reasonable. Pinder, 1700 Flag Flagler
ler Flagler (rear).
EFFICIENCY apartment for rent
to single man. S4O monthly.
Phona 2-9393, ask for Ross.
NICELY, furn. efficiency apart apartment
ment apartment All electric kitchen. Near
County Beach. 1411 Flagler.
LOVELY, spacious efficiency with
new and comfortable hid-a-bed
couch. Tile bath, hot water. No
pete. Apply 425 Francis.
FURNISHED apartment. Baby
welcomed. $75 monthly. Utilities
included. 1022V4 Margaret
APARTMENT, completely furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. On Hilton Haven. One or t
children, no lease. Tel 2-6925,

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2 Apartments For Rent
ICOSTIXtEDt
ONE-BEDROOM apartment. Apply
upstairs, 621 Eaton Street.
3 Cottages For Rent
ONE BEDROOM furnished cottage.
Adults only. Apply 117 Ann
Street.
SPECIAL summer rates. Cottages,
apartments, rooms, bar and res restaurant.
taurant. restaurant. 12 miles North of Key
West. Freidens Perky Lodge.
4 Houses For Rent
COMFORTABLY furnished, two
bedroom house and patio. 2105
Seidenberg Avenue. No young chil children.
dren. children.
FOR RENT: Furnished, one bed bedroom
room bedroom house. 1204 Duncan Street.
$75 monthly. Apply 626 Grinnell.
Phone 2-3850.
ONE BEDROOM, furnished house.
Cool with ample room. Also, cot cottage.
tage. cottage. Price reasonable. Near Boca
Chica Air Base. Call 2-5965.
NEW, luxurious, CBS, two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, completely unfurnished
apartment and house with utility
rooms. Located in residential sec section,
tion, section, near ocean. Nice grounds.
Modern architecture. Year lease.
Phone 2-5731.
5 Rooms For Rent
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 rates.
OVERSEAS HOTEL, SB. UP,
WEEKLY. COMPLETE HOTEL
SERVICE. 917 FLEMING ST.
FURNISHED ROOM. 626 GrinneU
Street. $7.50 per week.
LARGE ROOMS. $8 $lO monthly.
Tropical Hotel, 114 Duval Street.
6 Wanted To Rent
NAVAL officer wants 3 bedroom
unfurnished house for long term
occupancy. Phone 2-8582.
7 Business Rentals
STORE 2000 sq. ft. near water waterfront.
front. waterfront. Reasonable. M. Herman.
Caroga Lake, N. Y.
8 Male Help Wanted
NIGHT WAITER after 4:30 P.M.
Young man who wants part
night-time. Will train as waiter.
Apply Blvd. Drive-In.
WANTED at Faustos Food Palace:
Colored porter. Must be sober
and dependable. Apply in person.

MODEST MAIDENS
fcfWiK V 8. Net o*w

It says to send a box top or facsimile. Do you
see a facsinlle anyplace?

8 Male Help Wanted
(CONTINUED)
DRIVER for local deliveries. Must
have drivers license and know
the city well. Apply in person.
Gulfstream Food Dept Store, 1105
White St.
9 Female Help Wanted
BEAUTICIAN, all around operator.
Apply Martin Hair Stylist, 921
Truman, Phone 2-3021.
CURB GIRL wanted 6 nights a
week. Can make good money.
Apply Boulevard Drive-In, Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Blvd., corner Ist Street.
CHAMBER maid wanted immedi immediately
ately immediately at Casa Marina Hotel. Full
or part time work. Good pay. Ap Apply
ply Apply immediately to housekeeper.
WOMAN for general housework.
Steady. Apply Collins, 505 Duval
St.
SALESCLERK wanted: Navy Ex Exchange,
change, Exchange, U. S. Naval Station.
11 AEmployment
W antedFemale
WASHING and ironing done at
home. Phone 2-5403.
WILL DO Ironing in my home.
Reasonable prices. Phone 2-5036.
TWO girls seeking permanent em employment
ployment employment here. Have general of office,
fice, office, typing, bookkeeping, bank banking,
ing, banking, switchboard and advertising
experiences. Excellent references.
Please call 2-5678, room 17.
12Baby Sitters
WILL CARE for working mothers
children. $8 weekly. Nice fenced fencedin
in fencedin yard. See Mrs. Melton, 17 Rest
Beach.
16 Personal
THESE are reading days. Books
for everybody at The Bookshop,
534 Fleming.
17 Personal Services
BRIDES TO BE
HAVE your woddin* invitations
and announcements Virkotypo
engraved by Th* Artman
Praia. Dial 2-5441.

By Fagaly and Shorten

17Personal Services
(Continued*
FOR SALE:
SIX consacutiva issues ef Th*
K*y West Citizen delivered to
your door, 25c weekly. Dial
2-5441, Circulation Dept.
PHOTOSTATIC Copies. Fast ser service.
vice. service. Larry Karns Studio, 220
Duval. Phone 2-6811.
Singer Sewing Machines
SALES, service, parts. Singer
Sewing Machine Cos, 118 Coral
Way, Coral Gable*.

NOTARY PUBLIC
S. G. ARTMAN
Citizen Office
18Special Services
SNOW CAP BLEACH is mild, ef effective;
fective; effective; yet has no lasting odor.
Safe on nylons. Try a bottle.
CESSPOOLS and soptic tanka
pumped or cleaned. Good service.
Call for Sam, 2-5241.
22Lost
READING glasses in red alligator
case. Reward, if returned at 620
Duval or phone 2-2708.
24Business
Opportunities
FOR LEASE: Five furnished
apartments and restaurant fully
equipped. 1011 Truman Avenue or
2-6375, Mario.
TWO large stores to rent. Apply
Tropical Hotel, 114 Duval St.
BUSINESS for sale: bar, cafe, and
dance patio. Fully equipped. Im Imperial
perial Imperial Cafe and Bar, 1109 White Whitehead
head Whitehead Street.
FOR SALE OR RENT
2 story bldg., 211 Simonton St. Over
7,000 sq. ft. Will rent all or part.
Reasonable. A. R. Wolkoff, 5325
Richmond Rd, Cleveland 24, Ohio.
FOR SALE OR LEASE. ROMEY'S
BAR. SEE PROP. ON PREM PREMISES.
ISES. PREMISES. DO NOT PHONE.

25-Real Estate For Sale
SIX ROOMS, bath. Key West home.
Completely furnished on large
lot. $8,500, $3,000 down, balance on
mortgage. Phone 2-5790.
FOR Buying or selling any kind of
Key Went property, contact Paul
Boysen, 626 Fleming St Establish Established
ed Established 1919.
PROPERTY for sale on Big Cop Coppit,
pit, Coppit, corner of 2nd. and D Street
Swearingen.
COOL, VERY ATTRACTIVE 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom CBS home, lMi years old.
Living room has beam ceiling with
clerestory windows. Cool jalousie
enclosed Florida room on wind windward
ward windward side opening off living room
and bedroom. Large utility room
connecting carport to kitchen.
Completely landscaped lot 62x137.
Fenced in backyard, in coolest
part of Key West. $16,900. FHA
financed. Terms to be arranged.
1511 18th St. PH. 2-3865.
THREE BEDROOM, two bath
house. Casa Marina section.
Naval Officer leaving. Priced to
sell. Phone 2-2748.
FOR SALE: Two bedroom house
at 1110 Georgia.- Terms to suit
the buyer. Apply next door. Full
price $6,900. 2-7680.
SUBSCRIBE TO THE CITIZEN

23Real Estate For Sale
(CONTINUED)
TWO bedroom Sunshine house. S6O.
per month. Reasonable equity
Phone 2-6893.
26Lots Fop Sale
FOR Lower Keys property, phone
Summerland Key 2 or write Hud-
Sins, owner, Summerland Key.
30 Services and Repairs
WATCHMAKER with 25 years ex experience
perience experience cleans watches for $3.50.
Material at cost 1013 Truman Ave.
31 Garden and Lawn
Supplies
PARRAKEET and canary cages
and supplies.
Bird foods in bulk and packages.
Chicken feeds, scratch feed, oyster
shells and charcoal.
Rabbit chow.
Dog supplies.
Key West Garden and Lawn
Supply.
33Miscellaneous
glidden paints
PLUMBING SUPPLIES
FIXTURES HARDWARE
KEY WEST SUPPLY CO.
219 Simonton St. Tal 24123
Mak* Th*
ARTMAN PRESS
YOUR headquarters for th*
finest in printing. DIAL 2-5441.

40 MACHINES for your use. You
wash em and you know they are
washed right Soak, wash, 3 rinses,
$.25. Dried, ready to put away
$.25. Wash era home, we will dry
em, $.35 load. Pauls Self Ser Service
vice Service Laundry, 426 White St
NOTES Payable Forms. 10 for 15c.
Artman Press. Phone 2-5661.
GOOD USED TYPEWRITERS
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 Offiae Machines at 2-5634.
OFFICE FURNITURECaII Rob Roberts
erts Roberts Office Machines and Equip Equipment,
ment, Equipment, 128 Duval Street Phone
2-5634 for STEEL EXECUTIVE
and SECRETARIAL DESKS,
FILES, and OFFICE CHAIRS.
Terms may be arranged.
FOR SALE: Being transferred.
Must sell portable ironer and
Bell tape recorder. 4-C Charles St
Phone 2-3866.
UNPAINTED picket fence in 6
sections. Any height. Cheap pro protection
tection protection for children. 1007 Simon Simonton.
ton. Simonton.
BABY CARRIAGE. Good condition.
Play pen and car seat. All for
S3O. 2420 Fogarty.
AIR CONDITIONER. 44-ton, Philco
York floor model. SBS. 41-E Sea Seaplane
plane Seaplane Base.

34Household 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 2-695 L
HOT POINT kitchen appliances for
sale. Stove, refrigerator, re removable
movable removable sink. For information in inquire
quire inquire Boat Bar, across from Kress.
17 DOUBLE SASH windows, good
condition, fresh painted with
hardware and screens, $5 each.
715 South St.
FOR SALE: Practically new Ken Kenmore
more Kenmore gas range and frigidaire.
Will sell cheap. 328 William Street
BEING transferred. Household
furniture for sale. 147-C Peary
Court.

35 Wanted To Buy
JUNK CARS wanted. We buy all
kinds scrap metal. Tel. 2-6821.
36 Bicycles 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.
GIRLS large bicycle for sale.
161-A Peary Court.
37 Automotive Parte
USED Truck and passenger car
tires New recaps, all sizes.
Dicks Tire Service, 929 Truman.
38 Automobiles For Sale
DARLOWS Motor Sales. Look on
Page 2 for used car bargains at
Darlows Pure Oil Service Station
on Stock Island.
49 NASH. New rings, good tires.
Make offer. 1711 United St.
2-2866.

38 Automobile* For Sale
( CONTINUED)
*54 CHEVROLETS. FORDS
$1495 AND UP
BRAND NEW '54 OLDS
SEDANS. .HOLIDAYS. .CON .CONVERTIBLES
VERTIBLES .CONVERTIBLES
DISCOUNT FROM SSOO TO S4OO
SUPERMAN, 1401 N. W. 34 ST.
MIAMI, FLA
37 CHEV. and '47 DeSoto. Apply
6-A Porter Place, after 4:30 P.M.
4l FORD, tudor sedan. Excellent
running condition. Reasonable.
921 White, Apt. 7, upstairs.
1947 CADILLAC, 62. 161-A Peary
Court
39 Trailers For Sale
FOR THE best in trailers, Trop Tropical
ical Tropical Trailer Sales, Miami Fla.
FOR low down payment and easy
terms, Tiptons Trailer Sales.
Stock Island.
FOR SALE: 1949 2s aluminum
Ironwood trailer with bath.
Good condition. Lot 53, Pearle
Trailer Court, Stock Island.
ALL ALUM. Spartan Royal Man Mansion.
sion. Mansion. l bedrm. Extras incl. con console
sole console radio TV, air cond. Palm Trl.
Pk., Stock Island.
1947 TRAILER 27. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. New top. Lot 5, 1200 Unit United
ed United St. 2-5490.
1951 RICHARDSON. Modem and
clean. Must sacrifice. Small
down payment. 1007 Simonton.
CUSTOM BUILT trailer with patio.
Must sell immediately, $250.
Ross, Gulfstream Trailer Park.

39A I Trailers For Sale
or Rent
FURNISHED modern trailers.
Rental $15.00 weekly, including
all utilities and washing machine.
Sun Haven Trailer Park, McDon McDonald
ald McDonald Avenue, Stock Island.
TRAILER SPACE for rent. Large
and cool with own bathroom. For
information, Call 2-5965.
39BTrailer Accessories
TRAILER awnings mad* and re repaired.
paired. repaired. Umbles Canvas Shop,
802 Caroline St
TRAILER supplies and repairs.
New roofs a specialty. Alum Aluminum
inum Aluminum rooms and awnings. Gm
tanks and fittings. Sewer hook hookups.
ups. hookups. Come see us at 1007 Simon Simonton
ton Simonton St, Phone 2-3064.
40 Motor Bikee and
Motor Scooters
1950 CUSHMAN Scooter. Good con condition.
dition. condition. 420 Olivia St. Phone
2-6277.
41 Boats and Motors
PRICED to sell: 14% skiff, Ash*
frame Marine plywood. May be
seen at 2222 Patterson Avenue.
MERCURY 10 h.p. outboard. First
class condition. 1117 Fleming
Street
FOR SALE: 16 Mustang run-a run-a-bout.
bout. run-a-bout. Can be seen at 10 Main*
Road, Sigsbee Park.
NOTHING like it! Modern de designed
signed designed outboard speedboat. 10*
long. Many extras, including re remote
mote remote controls. Will take best offer.
Phone 2-2050.
16 OUTBOARD run-a-bout, 25 h.p.
Mercury motor. Also 2V4 h.p.
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Lions Are Within One Game
%
Of Evans In Little League

Jaycees Beat
Kiwanis In
Nightcap
The Lions moved to within a
half-game of the league-leading
Evans by defeating the VFW, 8
to 2, in tha first game of a Little
League doubleheader at Bayview
Park last night
The Lions picked up two runs
in the first inning on two walks,
a fielders choice, and an error.
They added two more in the sec second
ond second on an error and singles by
Armando, Mira and Jim Taylor.
The VFW tied it up in their
of the first on a walk, a wild
pitch and singles by Chiquitin
Hernandez and Jimmy Johnson.
The lions iced the game in the
third with a four-run rally on
two walks, an error, a double by
G. Carey and Mike Hughes
triple.
Mira led the Lions attack with
two singles in two official trips
to the plate. Hernandez got two
of the VFW three hits.
Score: R. H. E.
Lions 124 0-8 5 1
VFW 200 o2 33
Taylor, Hughes (3) and Ford,
Garcia (1); Hernandez, Estenoz
(4) and Esquinaldo.
In the nightcap, the Jaycees
eutslugged the Kiwanis, 11-7. The
Jaycees practically won the con contest
test contest in the first inning when they
picked up five runs on two walks,
two errors, and two hits.
The Kiwanis came back with
throe runs in their bottom of the
first on walk, two errors, Rich Richard
ard Richard Sibilas single, and a double
by Armando Mira.
The Jaycees added another in
the second on a walk, and singles
by Danny Puig and Bobby Har Harris,
ris, Harris, but the Kiwanis came back
with two in the bottom of the sec second
ond second on two errors, a single, and
two wild pitches.
In the third, the Jaycees got
two more runs on two walks, two
errors and two singles, and then
added three more in the fifth on
two walks, a single and Bryan
Williams triple.
The Kiwanis outfit made an
ffort to tie it up in their half
of the fifth when they scored
twice, but Harris buckled down
and got Pierce on an easy ground grounder
er grounder to end the threat
Puig and Harris led the. Ja Jaycee
ycee Jaycee attack with two hits each.
Sibila led the Kiwanis attack
with three for four.
Score: R. H. E.
Jaycees 512 03011 8 4
Kiwanis 320 020- 7 6 3
Williams, Harris (4) and Twie Twiehaus,
haus, Twiehaus, Williams (4); Singleton,
Mira (4) and Alfonso.
Standings:
Little American League
Club W. L. Pet.
Kiwanis 10 5 .667
Elks 8 5 .615
Jaycees .... 5 8 .385
Shrlnert 5 10 .333
Little Rational League
Club W. L. Pet.
Evans 5 1 .833
Lions 6 3 .667
Rotary 2 5 .285
VFW 2 6 .250

DeLand Hurler
Wins 17th
Game Friday
By THB ASSOC I ATI D PRESS
Pitching against DeLands John
Blodgett is enough to make anyone
wild. Whether that was the reason
or not, Leo Simard of Orlando
WM just wtd enough in the eighth
huiing fait night to give the De-
Land Red Hats a 3-2 victory and
Blodgett Ms 17th of the season.
With that victory, DeLand ran
its string fa five and qualifies as
(ha hottest team in the Florida
State League. Lakeland is a dose
second with four straight after a
4-1 decision over Cocoa last night.
And since Lakeland had a better
start in the second half, the Pilots
are fa first place and DeLand fa
fourth.
Jacksonville Beach stayed ltt
games off (he pace in second place
by taking a slugfest from Daytona
Beach 9-6.
DeLand** Blodgett scattered
seven Orlando hits for his victory
No. 17. Orlandos Simard allowed
only six fats, but DeLand didnt
need any to score the winning run.
Gil Barrow and Jack Cade walked,
everyone was safe on Dale Penzas
bunt and Simard forced fa a run
by walking Ralph Tirado.
Dick Donnelly of Lakeland tossed
* six-hitter at Cocoa for his 10th
victory. An error let two Lakeland
runs score fa the third and any anything
thing anything else was unnecessary the
way Donnelly was going.
Jacksonville Beach pitcher Will
Strois had a good start, but after
hia teammates built him a -0 lead
fcs had to be rescued. The Nixon


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Saints Win
14th Straight
FIL Contest
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The St. Petersburg Saints won
their 14th straight Florida Inter International
national International League game last night
3-2 over West Palm Beach, and
the Tallahassee Rebels slaughtered
the Miami Flamingos 17-1 in the
most lop-sided score of the seasoa.
Miami rallied to beat Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee in the first game of a twin
bill 5-4 and thereby remained in
second place in the standings.
Bobo Holloman, who pitched a
no-hit game for the St. Louis
Browns in 1953, won his second
straight for the Saints, allowing
only six hits. He fanned four of
the last six batters before 783 St.
Petersburg fans.
Two singles, a sacrifice, a walk,
an infield out and a fielders choice
gave the Saints two runs in the
bottom of the ninth and saved
the game for Holloman.
Jose Lopez walked the first three
men and Cliff Patrick hit a home
run to score all Tallahassees runs
in the first inning. Miami came
back to wipe out the lead with
homers by Frank Smith, Jesse
Levan and Wally Widholm. Lopez
allowed five hits to win the first
game.
The Rebels raked five Miami
pitchers for 18 hits in the nightcap,
one a bases-loaded home run by
Conk Meriwether, who also hit a
double. Jack Maroney and Bob
Bettin each contributed three hits
in five trips while Carlos Santiago
got a double and triple. The game
drew 450.
Previous high score was the 12-1
decision registered by St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg over Miami on May 1. Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, no longer a league member,
whipped Tallahassee by 10-1 on
April 30.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Miami 5-1 Tallahassee 4-17 (Ist
game 7 innings)
St. Petersburg 3 West Palm Beach
2.
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Miami at Tallahassee
West Palm Beach at StPetersburg
STANDINGS
Wen Lost Pet.
St. Petersburg 14 3 .824
Miami 9 10 .474
Tallahassee 7 11 .389
West Palm Beach 6 11 .333

Boxing Results
FRIDAY NIGHT'S FIGHTS
HAVANARafaeI Lastra, 142, Cuba, out outpoint*
point* outpoint* Ike Williams, 148, Trenton. N.J.,
10.
MELBOURNE-Pat Ford, 13414. West
Melbourne, outpointed Ivor Germaine,
13444, West Indies, 16 (for British Empire
Uffctwelfht title).
KITCHENER, Ont.-Mike Gariash. 125 Vi.
Hamilton, Out., outpointed Don Grinton,
125*4, Brantford, Ont., 12.
brothers, Russ and Roy, drove in
six of the Jacksonville Beach runs
between them and scored three.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Lakeland 4 Cocoa 1
DeLand 3 Orlando 2
Jacksonville Beach 9 Daytona
Beach 6
TONIGHT'S SCHEDULE
DeLand at Daytona Beach
Jacksonville Beach at Cocoa
Orlando at Lakeland
STANDINGS
Wen Lest Pet.
Lakeland 7 .750
Jacksonville Beach 7 4 .636
Orlando 6 6 .500
DeLand 5 6 .455
Cocoa 4 8 .333
Daytona Beach 4 .333

The Babe Has
Lead In Final
Of Tournament
By 808 HOOBING.
PEABODY, Mass. OP) Babe
Zaharias carried a seven stroke
lead into the final 36 holes of the
Womens National Open Golf Tour Tournament
nament Tournament today as she pitted her
limited endurance against the other
39 qualifiers.
The Babe had a one under par
71 yesterday for a 143 halfway
point total on Salem Country Clubs
par 36-3672 course.
Her chief threat Mrs. Zaharias
appeared to come from defending
champion Betsy Rawls of Spar Spartansburg,
tansburg, Spartansburg, S. C., a veteran come comefrom-behind
from-behind comefrom-behind finisher. Betsy com completed
pleted completed her second round with a
strong 73 over the testing 6,939
yard layout for a 150.
Mrs. Zaharias advantage ap appeared
peared appeared prohibitive but by her own
admission: Im not the babe of
old. Only 15 months ago she was
stricken by cancer.
Still, Mrs. Zaharias has shown
no signs of weakening and has
cracked par for the 36 holes where
no one else has come close.
Claire Doran, the Cleveland Ju Junior
nior Junior High School history teacher,
dropped to 151 after shooting a <9
yesterday. She had been tied with
Mrs. Zaharias for the lead with
a 72 Thursday. But she still was
the leading amateur, sharing third
spot with pro Betty Hicks of Dur Durham,
ham, Durham, N. C.
Another amateur, Pat Lesser, a
Wash., came home with a 73 for
a 152.
Mary (Mickey) Wright, the 19-
year old Stanford sophomore from
LaJolla, Calif, carded 153. Tied
with her were national amateur
champion Mary Lena Faulk of
Thomasville, Ga., and Louise
Suggs. Patty Berg and Betty Dodd
had 1545.

Haas, Mayer Lead
Motor City Open
By JOE FALLS
DETROIT on Fred Haas of
New Orleans and Dick Mayer of
St. Petersburg, Fla., each cured
an ailment, shot sub-par golf and
led a field of 72 players into to todays
days todays third round of the Motor City
Open.
Haas carded a four under par 67
in yesterdays second round for
a 71-67138 total.
Mayer followed with a five tinder
par 66the best round of the tour tournamentand
namentand tournamentand posted a 72-66138.
Their shot-making over the par
71 Meadowbrook Country Club
course gave them a two-stroke
lead over two tested professionals
Cary Middlecoff of Memphis,
Tenn., and Bob Toski of Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, N. J.and a comparative un unknown.
known. unknown. Bill Markham of Royal
Oak, Mich. Each shot 140, two
under par.
The first day leader, Dave
Douglas of Grossinger, N. Y.,
scrambled at the start and slipped
to a 73 after his opening 68. His
yi bracketed him in sixth place
with five othersGene Littler,
Palm Springs, Calif.; Johnny Pal Palmer,
mer, Palmer, Charlotte, N. C.; Tommy
Bolt. Houston, Tex.; George Fazio,
Pine Valley, N. J.; and Ted
Rhodes, Chicago.

Baseball Resells
NATIONAL
Won Lost Pet. BohlnS
New York 49 21 .Ml
Brooklyn 44 28 .411 5
Philadelphia 38 30 .539 9
Milwaukee ..36 35 .507 12V4
St. Louis .34 37 .479 14*4
Cincinnati 34 3t .473 15
Chicago J 25 43 .368 33
Pittsbirgh 33 49 .319 SS
FRIDAYS RESULTS
Philadelphia 7 Brooklyn 6
Milwaukee 11-2 Cincinnati 4-1
New York 9, Pittsburgh 5
SATURDAYS SCHEDULE
Brooklyn at Philadelphia
New York at Pittsburgh
St. Louis at Chicago
Cincinnati at MUwaukea
AMERICAN
Won Lost Pet. Behind
Cleveland ... 50 22 .94
New York 47 38 .627 4Vi
Chicago 46 SB .832 5
Detroit 31 38 .449 17t4
Washington 30 41 .433 19Vfc
Philadelphia M 42 .400 21
Baltimore 28 44 .389 22
Boston 26 43 .377 2214
FRIDAYS RESULTS
New York 6-4, Waahington 5-7 (Ist game
11 innings)
Cleveland 3-5, Chicago 2-4
Baltimore 2, Detroit 0
Boston S, Philadelphia 4
SATURDAYS SCHEDULE
Chicago at Cleveland
Washington at New York
Detroit at Baltimore
Philadelphia at Boston
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION
Won Lost Pet. Behind
Atlanta 46 31 .606
Birmingham 48 35 .576 2
New Orleans 45 37 .549 4Vi
Mobile 38 45 .458 12
Memphis 37 44 .457 12
Little Rock ..36 46 .439 13tt
Nashville 30 47 .390 17
FRIDAYS RESULTS
Mobile 9 Birmingham 8 Atlanta 7. New Orleans 0
Chattanooga 12, Little Rock T
Nashville 7-2, Memphis 6-13
SATURDAYS SCHEDULE
Chattanooga at Little Rock
Nashville at Memphis
Birmingham at Mobile
Atlanta at New Orleanc
SOUTH ATLANTIC
. Won Lost Pet. Behind
Jacksonville 46 31 .608
Macon 46 34 .575 2V4
Savannah 42 36 .538 5Va
Montgomery 42 36 .338 5Vi
Columbia 39 39 .500 SVs
Columbus 34 46 .415 14V4
Charlotte 33 45 .423 14V4
Augusta 31 48 .392 17
FRIDAYS RESULTS
Macon 6, Savannah 5
Columbia 5. Columbus 2
Jacksonville 7, Augusta 5
Montgomery 9, Charlotte 6
SATURDAYS SCHEDULE
Charlotte at Montgomery
Columbia at Columbus
Jacksonville at Augusta
Savannah at Macon
SATURDAY'S BASEBALL SCHEDULE
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Charleston at Columbus
Toledo at Louisville
Kansas City at Indianapolis
St. Paul at Minneapolis
TEXAS
Fort Worth at Tulsa
Oklahoma City at Dalian
San Antonio at Houston
Beaumont at Shreveport
INTERNATIONAL
Montreal at Ottawa
Rochester at Toronto
Buffalo at Syracuse
Havana at Richmond
ALABAMA-FLORIDA
Graceville at Andalusia-Opp
Panama City at Dothan
Crestview at Fort Walton Beach
FRIDAYS RESULTS
INTERNATIONAL
Montreal 12, Ottawa 1
Rochester 2. Toronto 0
(Only games scheduled)
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Toledo Kansas City 3
St. Paul 6. Minneapolis 1
(Only games scheduled)
TEXAS
Tulsa 10. Dallas 5
Oklahoma City 11, Fort Worth
Houston 5, Shreveport
Beaumont 1, San Antonio 0
ALABAMA-FLORIDA
Graceville -6, Andalusia-Opp 2-2
Crestview 13, Fort Walton Beach
Panama City 8, Dothan 2
PACIFIC COAST
Oakland 3-3, Seattle 0- (second game 11
innings)
Sacramento 2. San Francisco 1
Saif Diego 7, Los Angeles
Hollywood 2, Portland 0
BASEBALL STANDINGS
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Won Lett Pet.
Indianapolis 52 26 .687
St. Paul 41 24 .547
Kansas City 38 38 .500
Louisville .38 38 .500
Minneapolis 37 33 .493
Columbus 37 39 '497
Toledo 35 45 !t3B
Charleston 29 49 .372
TEXAS
_ Won Lost Pet.
San Antonio 48 39 552
Shreveport ...50 41 .549
Oklahoma City 44 42 .533
Houston 47 44 *3x6
Tulsa 43 45 .489
Fort Worth 44 44 474
Beaumont 43 jo [442
Dali** .37 jx [4*o
INTERNATIONAL
Won Lost Pet.
Toronto 44 34 447
Rochester 46 29 513
Montreal ]g 32 343
Havana 39 34 .506
Syracuse 35 37 ,444
Richmond 30 39 .433
Buffalo .26 40 412
Ottawa M 49 564
ALABAMA-FLORIDA
Won Lost Pet.
Dothan 44 37 .379
Fort Walton Beach 42 35 545
Andalusia-Opp ... 37 513
Crestview ...... 39 34 304
Graceville .... 33 43 '449
Panama City Ljx 43 | 40 4
PACIFIC COAST
_ ~ Won Lost Pet.
San Diego 50 34 .344
Oakland 48 41 .539
San Francisco ..,45 44 .506
Seattle J.AQ 45 571
Sacramento 41 44 441
Portland "37 49 [430
Los Angeles 17 30 .425
Major League
Leaders
AMERICAN LEAGUE
BATTING Avila Cleveland, 359.
RUNS-Minoso, Chicago, 62.
2 ATT .? D UN-Minoso, Chicago, 83.
HITS Fox, Chicago, 99.
HOME RUNS-Mantle. New York. 15
PITCHING Reynolds. New York 9-I.'
NATIONAL LEAGUE
BATTING Snider, Brooklyn, J7J.
RUNS-Musial, St. Louis, 87.
RUNS BATTED INMusial, St. Louis,
HITS-Schoendienst. St. Louis, OS
HOME RUNS Musial, St. Louis. 26
PITCHING Wilaon, Milwaukee, 5-6,
1.000.

All-Stars
Face Tampa
In Opener
Interest is at a high pitch for the
start of a series between the Key
West All-Stars and the Circulo
Cubano nine of Tampa. The first
game is slated to get under way
tonight in the Wickers Field Stad Stadium
ium Stadium at 8 p.m.
Action will resume tomorrow
night with a doubleheader.
The locals will be making their
first start with their new uniforms
and the visitors will be sporting
new flannels, as well
The Tampa lineup: Rubio, cf;
Miranda, c; Karnsriddle, If; Sal Salario,
ario, Salario, 2b; Pullar, rf; Sanchez, lb;
Iglesias, 3b and Blanco, ss. Vill Villamia,
amia, Villamia, Leto, Cuesta, Almieda, and
Castillo will be in reserve.
The hurling duties for the game
will be handled by Burns.
For Key West, the lineup reads:
A1 Pazo, 2b; Charles Butler or
Jesus Rodriguez, ss; Danny Last Lastres,
res, Lastres, 3b; Dewitt Roberts, c; Julio
Henriquez, rf; Biff Salgado, lb;
Caude Vldez, If; Tito Anguierra,
cf;;
Mario Ridriguez, Bob Carey,
Robert Santana and Johnny Lewis
will be in reserve.
Bunzy Villareal, Cal Greenwood
and Pedro Rodriguez are available
for mound duty.

Russians Vie
For Coveted
Rowing Trophy
By ALVIN STKINKOPP
HENLEY-ON-THAMES, England
(BThe Russians, who came with within
in within an eyelash of beating Navy for
the Olympic title, sent the heaviest
crew in rowing onto the Thames
River today after the most prized
trophy for eight-oared boatsthe
grand challenge cup of the Royal
Henley Regatta.
The Russians are an unorthodox
lot, but in this second appearance
in international rowing competition
they figure to have at least an even
chance agains the Leander Club of
Great Britain.
The difference between Russian
rowing and the more common
Western style is that the Russian
oarsmen jerk and wobble while
their boats run fast and smoothly.
The Western style presents e much
smoother stroking action but the
boats jerk through the water
when going at top speed.
The Massachusetts Institute of
Technology eight, the only remain remaining
ing remaining American crew in the regatta,
reached the Thames challenge cup
semifinals by defeating the London
Rowing Club B. crew by one
length yesterday.
In todays semifinal M.I.T. oars oarsmen
men oarsmen face the Thames Rowing Club
B shell in the morning. If y wil
against the Royal Air Force crew
in the afternoon.

Coleman Hailed
For All-Stars
BALTIMORE (jP) lf Manager
Casey Stengel can see as far down
as seventh place he might take a
look at Joe Coleman of the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Orioles for one of his pitch pitching
ing pitching choices in the All-Star game.
Coleman, who was on the Ameri American
can American League All Stars hack in 1948,
wiped out any doubts, if there were
any, last night that hes ready
again.
He beat the Detroit Tigers, 2-0,
on three hits for his second shutout
and ninth victory of the season.
Thats two more games than be
won in the four preceding seasons,
including one in the minor leagues.
Hes the leading Oriole pitcher
after coming to them as a washed
up 31-year-old in a trade with the
Philadelphia Athletics. His earned
run average is less than 3.
Coleman, who will be 32 on the
30th of this month, had his control
in peak form against the Tigers
who had beaten him twice before
this season, 1-0 and 5-4 in 10 in innings.
nings. innings.

Ball Player Dies
After Collapse
HAGERSTOWN, Md. W Ma Malaria
laria Malaria and complications proved
fatal here last night to a young
Korean War veteran who collapsed
during a Class B Piedmont League
baseball game.
Mac Smith, 23-year-old infielder
whose father is pastor of Christ
Church in Chickamauga, Ga., com complained
plained complained of feeling dizzy after driv driving
ing driving home a run for Hagerstown
with a single in the fifth inning.
He was given first aid on the field
but died on the way to a hospital.
A Marine, Smith won the Navy
Cross and two Purple Hearts in
Korea, where he contracted ma malaria.
laria. malaria. His condition had not been
considered serious.
The Key West Citiaen la
A FAMILY Newspaper

Bob Feller May Have Chance
To Win His First Series Game

White Sox
Drop Two
To Indians
By BBN PHLEGAR
Associated Press Sports Writer
Bobby Feller may yet get an another
other another chance to win a world series
game, one of the few triumphs
that has eluded him during his
brilliant pitching career.
At the ripe old age of 35 the
Cleveland righthander who came
off an lowa, farm 19 summera ago
with just about the fastest ball
the majors ever sew is proving a
vital factor in the Indians pennant
bid.
He doesnt work often any more
and when he does he has to rely
on craft and wile instead of blaz blazing
ing blazing apeed. But he continues to be
successful and might very well get
the call in a long series. Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland ha 6 been in only one World
Series since Feller joined the club.
He lost twice in 1948 to the old
Boston Braves.
Last night he turned in his fifth
victory of the season, checking the
Chicago White Sox 3-2 on four hits
in the opener of a twilight night
doubleheader. The Indians grabbed
the nightcap, too, by a 5*4 mar margin
gin margin and dumped the challenging
Chicagoans into third place.
I might have gotten a pasting
except for a couple of good
breaks, Feller admitted after the
game. 1 didnt have much of any anything
thing anything except pretty fair control.
Two of the hits against him were
homers by Chico Carrasquel, the
first batter be faced, and by Min Minnie
nie Minnie Minopo leading* off in the
ninth.
But Feller got some vital help
from Larry Doby who contributed
a 400 foot home run to tie the
score in the sixth inning and then
singled home the second run in
the eighth. Doby was the big gun
in the second game a well. His
13th homer of the season came
with the score tied and two men
aboard in the fifth.

The New York Yankees crept in
the side door into second place al although
though although they split their 13 consecu consecutive
tive consecutive doubleheader. After beating
Washington 6-5 in 11 innings they
bowed 7-4 to rookie Dean Stone
who won his seventh against a
single loss. Hie Yankees havent
captured a twin bill since August
of last season.
The New York Giants stretched
their National League lead to five
full games. They whipped Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh 9-5 with a five-run rally in
the seventh inning and Brooklyn
lost its fourth straight, this time
7-6 to the Philadelphia Phillies.
In other National League action
Milwaukee beat Cincinnati twice,
11-4 and 2-1 and Chicago edged
St. Louis 7-6, the seventh time the
Cubs have tripped the Cardinals in
nine starts.
Elsewhere in the American
League Boston thumped Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia 8-4 and Baltimore used a
three-hit shutout by Joe Coleman
to turn back Detroit 2-0.
The Yankees first game victory
came after Washington had moved
into a 5-4 lead in the top of the
ninth. Yogi Berra singled home the
tieing run in the last of the ninth
and came through in the clutch
again in the 11th with a single
that scored Bob Cerv with the win winning
ning winning tally. The Yankees found
themselves five runs behind after
2Vt innings of the second game
and couldnt catch up against the
Senators.
The Giants and Dodgers, fresh
from battling each other for three
days, both tried rookie pitchers
last night and neither one survived.
Ramon Monzant*. threw three no nohit
hit nohit innings for the Giants in Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh but had to be yanked dur during
ing during a four-run Pittsburgh rally in

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Links Seen In
Child Support
Payment Fights
HOLLYWOOD Uh (jp_ There were
some peculiar links in Domestic
Relations courts yesterday as three
actresses appeared seeking child
support payments.
Appearing were Joanne Dru,
Nora Eddington and Franchesa de
Scaffa. There was nothing in com common
mon common about the three casesexcept
that all wanted moneybut the
links were there.
Miss Dru, now the wife of actor
John Ireland, demanded her for former
mer former husband, crooner Dick
Haymes, make up $4,800 in back
payments for support of their three
children. A bench warrant was is issued
sued issued for the singers arrest. He
was reported waiting with wife
No. 4, Rita Hayworth, at Lake
Tahoe for a decision in his current
deportation case.
Miss Eddington asked that actor
Errol Flynn pay $6,000 she says
are due as back payments for sup support
port support of their three children. The
case was continued until Nov. 19
when Flynns attorney, Jerry Gies Giesler,
ler, Giesler, said the actor intends to pay
but is having trouble getting money
out of Italy where he presently is
located.
After divorcing Flynn, Miss Ed Eddington
dington Eddington succeeded Miss Dru and
became the third Mrs. Haymes.
She also divorced the crooner.
Miss De Scaffa, separated from I
actor Bruce Cabot, was awarded
$450 monthly for the support of
their 20-month-old daughter, Al Alphonsine,
phonsine, Alphonsine, plus $1,500 for medical
exDenses for the child.
She complained she had to bor borrow
row borrow monev from friends to meet
her bills. One who lent her SI,OOO
she said, was Flynn.

POWER DAM BREAKS
PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil (R A
power dam at Vila Ponte broke
and an avalanche of water tumbled
down the river valley yesterday.
Sixteen persons are missing and
three dead.
the fourth. Dusty Rhodes, who won
two of the three games against
Brooklyn with pinch hit singles,
delivered another single, again as
a pinch hitter, to start the Giants
big inning.
Pete Wojey, just up from Mo Mobile,
bile, Mobile, started for Brooklyn and last lasted
ed lasted until the fifth in Philadelphia.
The big blow for the Phillies, how however,
ever, however, was a three run homer by
Del Ennis off Clem Labine in the
eighth.
Home runs produced the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee victories. Eddie Mathews
hit two in the first game when
Henry Aaron and Joe Adcock got
one apiece. In the second game
Del Crandalls fifth inning homer
oft Fred Baczewski provided the
winning margin. Baczewski gave
up only two other hits. Winner
Gene Conley limited the Redlegs
to four.
Vic Raschi, who had a 6-4 rec record
ord record with the New York Yankees
on this date a year ago, now has
a 6-4 record with St. Louis. His
loss to the Cubs yesterday was
his fourth. Home runs by Randy
Jackson and Dee Fondy helped
lead to the defeat.
Grady Hattons tbree-run triple
in the eighth gave the Red Sox
a comfortable margin over the
Athletics but Colemans shutout en enabled
abled enabled Baltimore to stay half a
game ahead of the Sox in seventh
place.

Saturday, July I, 1954

Johnny Lewis
Tops Softball
Loop Hitters
John Lewis, Dairy Queen out outfielder,
fielder, outfielder, continues to lead ail soft softball
ball softball hitters with an average of .381
in figures compiled on game*
played through Thursday, July Ist.
Jack Casey Villareal, Dairy
Queen pilot, is right on Lewis
heels with .379. Scott Gaffney,
Sonar School outfielder, hold*
down third spot with a .359 per percentage
centage percentage while Coca Colas Barney
Morgan is in fourth place with
.346. Third baseman Danny Las Lastres
tres Lastres of Coca Cola rounds up tho
top five hitters with an average
of .321. 6
In other offensive departments,
John Lewis has blasted the most
hits, 16, to lead the league in that
department. Bill Moyer, Sonar
School third sacker, has scored the
most runs, 16; has walked the
most times, 17, and is tied with
Jesus Rodriguez, Coca Cola short shortstop
stop shortstop and Coca Cola manager, Bob Bobby
by Bobby Brown for the most strike outs
with 12.
Bobby Santana and Claude Val Valdez
dez Valdez of the Blizzards are tied with
Mickey Wertz of the Sonar School
for the most runs batted in with
13. Wertz leads the league in
homers with 4. Jim Nelson, Sonar
I School outfielder, and Barney
Parker, VX-1 outfielder, are tied
for the most doubles with 4 each.
Bunsy Villareal, Coca Colas hust hustling
ling hustling catcher, has batted the most
triples, 3. Danny Lastres and
Kenneth are still tied for the
leagues leadership in stolen bases
with 3.
In the pitching department, the
Blizzards veteran ace righthander,
DeWitt Roberts, leads the league
with six victories and no defeats.
In addition. Roberts leads all
pitchers with an earned run aver average
age average of 1.82 per game. The other
half of the Blizzards strong pitch pitching
ing pitching staff, Brodie Grooms, paces
the league in strikeouts with 53.
Joe Lewis, Coca Cola ace, has
walked the most batters, 34; has
allowed the most hits, 52; has
given up the most runs, 53, and
has pitched the most innings, 67.
BIG SIX TOP HITTERS
Player AB R H Ave.
Lewis, DQ 42 10 16 .381
J. Villareal, DQ _29 8 11 .379
Morgtn, C-C 26 6 9 .346
Lastres, C-C 28 6 9 .321
Valdez, DQ 43 14 13 .302
DQ Dairy Queen
SS-Sonar School
C-CCoca-Cola

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