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CHICAGO <f>—Electric shocks to
make hearts quit beating for new
and safer heart operations were
reported today to ibe American
College of Surgeons
Dogs* hearts have been stopped
this way for up to 72 minutes,
we longer pulsing or pumping in
bouncy fashion. The hearts merely
quiver slightly, staying quiet for
delicate surgery. A heart-lung ma
chine, meanwhile, keeps the dogs
When the surgery is done, a
stronger electric shock starts the
heart beating normally again.
This accomplishment was de*
scribed by Dr. James A. Helms
worth, University of Cincinnati
College of Medicine. The research
team includes Dr. Le*and C. Clark
Jr., Fels Institute for Research on
Human Development, Antioch Col-)
lege, Yellow Springs, Ohio, who
developed a mechanical heart-lung
Machine, and Doctors Samuel Kap
lan, Roger T. Sherman and Har
old Liddle of the Children’s Hos
pital Research Foundation, Cincin
This method would permit new
kinds of surgery <n children’s
hearts, especially when there is a
defect In the wall separating the
two lower chambers or ventricles
of the heart.
A quick series of shocks of 10
to 90 volts halts the dog’s heart
beat Shocks of 70 to 90 volts re
A scientific heartbreak Is report
ed by Doctors Louis M. Rousselot,
James F. Connell and William P.
Whalen of St. Vincent’s Hospital,
In cooperative research with
teams at Columbia University and
Cincinnati, they found a chemical,
an enzyme, which dissolves burned
human tissues. It doesn’t affect
anything but burned tissues. The
enzyme comes from a gangrene
germ, Clostridium histolytica.
It worked beautifully on six hu
mans with smU hut deep third
degree burns, Dr. Rousselot said.
In 48 hours, all burned dead tis
sue had liquified and could be
washed away. This removal helps
growth of healthy new skin and
helps prevent shock and loss of
The heartbreak is that no one
can get it. Two major drug firms
told Dr. Rousselot that the prob
lems in making it in any quantity
look insurmountable. Other en
zymes are being sought
In First Quarter
WASHINGTON iff—The govern*
ment spent more and took in
slightly less in the first quarter of
this fiscal year than it did a year
Spending in the first three
months of fiscal 1954, which be*
gan July 1, totaled 39 million dol
lars more than in the first quar
ter of last fiscal year.
This increase in expenditures
contrasted with predictions the ad
ministration made in August that
spending this fiscal year would to
tal two billion dollars less than
last year. However, the budget re
visions forecasting reduced spend-!
mg probably applied mainly to the
remaining three quarters of the
fUcal year, which ends June 30.
A large increase in outlays for
form price supports and a sizable
Increase in military spending
helped push the expenditure total!
in the first quarter of this year
to $18,220,000,000 compared with
$17,829,000,000 a year before.
The Treasury’s statement of
government finances for Sept. 30,
released yesterday, showed that
tor the first three months of fiscal
1*54, the government went in the
hole $4,311,000,000, or 432 millions
more than the red ink operations
•t this time last year. Net receipts
m the first quarter of fiscal 1954
were $13,*17,000.000, little different
from the $13,950,000,000 receipts
during the first three months of
However, it appeared that the
government would probably be
able to get by the remainder of
the year without a special call to
Congress to raise the debt limit.
Hant to know how to choose the
right curtains for a room? Look at
the walls and floor coverings first
and let them influence the amount
and kind of design used in the cur-!
tains. There may be a color in the ' 1
wallpaper or rug that you will
want to emphasize in the curtains.
Or you may decide on plain cur
tains because there is already
enough design in the room in the
wall paper or rug.
Tuesday, October 4,1959
By 808 THOMAS
HOLLYWOOD (A-The embat
tled USS Caine is sailing again,
this time for the stages of 90 Amer
In a curious reversal of the us
ual turn of events, ’lke Caine
Mutiny,” which was recently made
into a movie, is going on the road
in a stage version. Whereas the
| film contains most of the book,
the play will be only the trial and
the hotel celebration thereafter.
A stellar crew has been assem
bled for the show. Henry Fonda,
veteran of service in the real Navy
and “Mister Robert?,” is appear
ing as the brilliant defender, Bar
ney Greenwald. Lloyd Nolan plays
the infamous Capt. Queeg, and
John Hodiak is the thoughtful mu
tineer, Lt. Maryck.
The show is being directed by a
onetime crooner named Dick Pow
ell, who more recently has turned
director and producer of movies.
Author Herman Wouk, two-thirds
of the way through his fourth nov
el, interrupted his work to adapt
his novel to the stage.
The whole works was put to
gether by Paul Gregory, a young
man who looks like an actor but
is producer of such hits as “Don
Juan in Hell” and “John Brown's
I dropped In to see this noted
crew at the Musicians’ Union
Bldg., where rehearsals are under
way. The large hall echoed with
speeches. Loose - limbed Fonda
stalked around Nolan, who was be
ing interrogated on the witness
stand. Defendant Hodiak, realistic
in a close crewcut, was being ques
tioned in a corner by an actor
playing the prosecuting attorney.
This sort of thing went on until
Director Powell showed up from
his movie duties. He greeted every
one warmly, especially a hopeful
actor who was waiting to try out
for a major role. Gregory and
Wouk came in and the actor was
given a run-througn in the part
When the actor left, his possi
bilities were discussed. The gen
eral agreement was that he might
make the grade.
“He looks the part," reasoned
Powell, “and that’s important.
We’ve got to type-cast in this play,
because we have so little time to
establish the characters. They have
to look what they are.”
Wouk told me that it wasn’t pos
sible to transfer the book verbatim
to the stage. “The reader has the
advantage of haviug read 990
pages of narrative before he gets
to the trial,” he explained.
Gregory said that the show will
play a pre-opening engagement in
Santa Barbara, Calif., and then
premiere in San Diego Oct 14.
About 80 cities, mostly one-night
ers with a few week stands, will
be played. The show will brave
New York Jan. 18.
“If we aren’t ready for New
York by then, we never will be,”
DENVER US—Denver police are
seeking a burglat with a tense
Detective Cornelius Wykstra said
a house prowler has struck three
times in the last two weeks, taking
jewelry ami money.
The first time he got S3OO and a
$250 watch, but left the watch bid
den under a bed.
Next time it was $l3O in small
change and $l5O in jewelry The
jewelry was found later-under a
When a third complaint came in.
reporting the theft of S2O and $155
■in jewelry. Wykstra said lt was
I probably the same thief and ad
;vised the victim to search the
The jewelry should be there some
where, he said.
I . .
WASHINGTON UP - The Senate
investigations subcommittee today
opened an inquiry into reported
Communist atrocities in the Ko
rean War and the fate of U S
prisoners of war for whom the
Reds have not accounted.
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that suit tor divorce has been filed
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DATED this Ith day of October.
A.D. 1*53. at Key West, Monroe
(Seal) EARL R. ADAMS.
Clerk Circuit Court
By: Kathleen Nottage
WILLIAM V. ALBURY
SOS Whitehead Street
Key West, Florida.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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your Anawor to the Complaint for
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and file the original Answer in the
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POKE and ORDERED at Key
West. Monroe County, Florida, this
sth day of October, A. D. 1953.
(Seal) EARL R. ADAMS.
. By: Kathleen Nottage
(ad) J. T. Porter IT,
412 Fleming St,
Key West, Fla.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
The following Clerks, Inspectors
and polling places have been desig
nated by the Monroe County Com
missioners for the Special Bond
Election, Florida Keys Aqueduct
District, Monro# County, Florida to
b# held Tuesday, October 27th. 1953.
PRECINCT No. I—NCCS <UB O )
Building, Duval and Virginia
Streets. Elisabeth F. Schneider,
Clerk; Hilda Sands, Mlepah
PRECINCT So, 3—Rear Cave Inn
Bar, Petronla Street. Emilio Cor
ral, Clerk; Joseph B. Allen, Sr.,
Alfred Johnson Inspectors.
PRECINCT No. I—High School
Gymnasium, Walton Street. KUs
Johnson, Clerk; Kathryn Cates,
Lykes Turner, Inspectors.
PRECINCT No. 4—No. 3 Fire
Station, Grlnnell Street. Florence
Baker, Clerk; Nymla Sikes, Flos
sie M. Roberts, Inspectors.
PRECINCT No. 6—7 0 0 Elisabeth
Street. Geraldine S. Pinder, Clerk;
Kathryn Perpall, Beulah Demeritt,
PRECINCT No. —County Court
hou so . Louise R. Thompson,
Clerk; Flora Mlchaol, Grover Al
PRECINCT No. 7—City Hall. Fred
W. Edwards, Clerk; Leon Peacon,
George Schrelber, Inspectors.
PRECINCT No. S—Corner Fleming
A William Streets. Carrie E. Hat
trick. Clerk; Jennie Gwynn, Doro
thy L. Roberts. Inspectors.
PRECINCT No. 9—U n1 o n Hall.
James & Grlnnell Streets. Emma
Thompson, Clerk; Albert Gandol
fq, Rupert Knowles, Inspectors.
PRECINCT No. 10—Corner Francis
A Southard Streets. Harold Pin
dar, Clork; Edwin H. Roberta,
Maud Lujan. Inspectors.
PRECINCT No. 11—Truman E 1 e -
mentary Sohool. Dorothy E. Dl-
Negro, Clerk; Mario L. Russell,
* Lucy E. Lows, Inspectors.
PRECINCT No. 12—High School
Annex. Nell Rose Lopes. Clerk;
X Virginia D. Sands, Ruth E. Carey,
PrSwJiNCt’no. 13—Corner Flagler
. A Flrat Street. Olive W. Saunders.
Clerk: Cleora Johnson, Doris Ri
PRECINCT No. 14—Polndana Ad -
ministration Bulldlnr. Edna M.
Loo, Clerk; Ethel M. Albury, Lil
lian Carbonell. Inspectors.
PRECINCT No. 15— Marathon
Chamber of Commerce, Marathon.
R. O. BuShpa, Clerk; Ralph Cun
ningham, Alfred Harvey, Inspec-
PRECINCT No. ll—Old Matecumbe
School Building. Matecumbe. Paul
Chesly, Clerk; Jay Pohlman, Al
vin Tinder. Inspectors.
PRECINCT No. 17—Clinic Building.
Tavernier. M. R. Albury, Clerk;
Cyril Curry, George W. Sawyer,
ln,P * Ctor "- 0ct1.1952
2 —Apartments For Real
NEWLY renovated bedroom apart
ment All utilities. Reasonable
rates. 321 Simonton. octl-tf
FURNISHED apartments, 9 rooms
sod bath, maid and janitor eer
vice, utilities furnished. Coral Ho
ts! Apartments, 912 Simonton St
BEDROOM apt*. Furnished An
utilities supplied. Sea Isle Court,
815 Windsor Lane. octl-tf
APARTktNTS and sieeptag
rooms. Nicely decorated. By day,
week or moeto. Stats Hotel Apts.
410 Fleming- octl-tf
APARTMENTS open lor your in
spection. Furnished or unfurnish
ed. Royal Palma Apartments, Ist
Street and Patterson Ave.
ONE bedroom, all electric. Private
batb, utilities, linens, dishes fur
nished. M and B Motel IMI Eaton.
BEAUTIFULLY furn., cool 2 bed
room apt overlooking ocean.
Phone 2-5776. sept2B-tf
COMPLETELY furnished apt.-.
living room, elec, kitchen. 2
bedrooms, private bath. 509 Oli
via St To aober, reliable cou
ple. Child accepted. Key West-
Havana Tours, 721 Duval St
‘ - oct3-3t
2 BEDROOM furnished apt All
utilities furn. 725 Caroline SI
1 DAY ‘ lie 15c
2 DAYS 11c 14c
6 DAYS - 18c 13
12 DAYS 9c 12c
24 DAYS 8c He
Minimum of 3 Lines
DEADLINS: 9:98 A.M. DAILY
In case el error. The Citizen
will be responsible tor only one
CONTRACT RATES ON
Cash Over Counter
Will Give You
A 3-Line Classified
lor 3 Days
Five Average Words Per Line
2 Apartments For Rent
LARGE furn. 2-bedroom apt., up
stairs. Private bath. Private
entrance. Phone 2-3449.
ONE-BEDROOM apt For couple.
Light housekeeping. Utilities
furn. Phone 2-3269. octs-2t
MODERN EFFICIENCY. LINENS
AND UTILITIES FURN. 520.00
WEEKLY. 1224 SEMINARY ST.
FOR RENT. New living room,
bedroom, kitchenette and bath
apartment. Separate entrance.
Near beach. Adults. No pets.
SIOO.OO monthly. Utilities included.
Tel. 2-5790. octs-6t
2 BEDROOM, completely furn.
apt Apply 710 Bakers Lane.
COMPLETELY furn. apartments.
Weekly or monthly. Nice loca
tion. Reasonable rates. 1209 Vir
ginia St Phone 2-2897. octs-6t
ONE-BEDROOM efficiency apt.,
near Naval Hospital Utilities
furn. Ideal for business couple.
SBO.OO monthly. Phone 2-7786 af
ter 5:00 P.M. octs-3t
FURNISHED one bedroom apt.
SBO.OO. All utilities included. 1115
Margaret St Phone 2-2576.
3 Cottages For Rent
COMPLETELY furnished one bed
room cottage. Low summer
rates. Private beach. Lord’s Beach
Court, corner South and Elizabeth
Streets. Phone 2-2829. sept3o-tf
1- cottage, furnished.
Couple only. No pets. $63.00
a month. Apply 1219 Pearl
FURNISHED 2 bedroom cottage.
Electric kitchen. $90.00 monthly.
Children over 8 accepted. No dogs.
818 Olivia St oct6-3t
4 Houses For Rent
ONE Bedroom furn. house. Couple
only. One block from beach. Ap
ply 1224 Duval St oct3-3t
EXTRA large room. Private
home. Use of kitchen and di
nette. 1114 Grinnell St, Phone
"OFffiußtt WOLD ONE I4nY WORN our yET.I
3—Rooms For Rent
TROPICAL Hotel. Newly renovated
large rooms. Singles SB.OO, doubles
CLEAN, quiet rooms. 1 block
from business district Free
parking. 513 Whitehead. sept3o-6tx
FURNISHED Room. $7.50 per
week. 626 Grinnell St. oct3-3t
NICE large room. Private en
trance. 815 Pearl St or Phone
6—Wanted To Rent
MINISTER & famify~desperately
need 3 bedr. unfurnished house
with yard. Wrjte particulars. Box
C-23, c/o Citizen. octs-3tx
8— Male Help Wanted
WANTED: Janitor for grocery
store. High school boy interested
in learning produce business. Ap
ply Fausto’s Food Palace.
YOUNG MAN to learn floor cov
ering. Key West Floor Covering
Cos., 132 Duval St. oct2-tf
BAG boy to work days. Must be
over school age. Fausto’s Food
EXPERIENCED Meat Cutter. Ap
ply in person. Gulf stream Food
Store, 1105 White St .* oct6-t£
9 Female Help Wanted
ASSISTANT Bookkeeper. Must be
permanent resident. Apply in
person. Gulfstream Food Store,
1105 White St oct3-tf
EXPERIENCED Waitress wanted.
Steady work. Good pay. Apply
Overseas Resaturant, 017 Flem
ing Street oct6-tf
BEAUTICIAN. All around opera
tor. Apply Martin Hair Stylists,
921 Truman Ave. Phone 2-3021.
18—Male and/or Female
KITCHEN HELP. Apply in person.
Ponce’s Luncheonette, 701 Si
monton St oct6-6t
—Male or Female
MAN AND WIFE available Nov. 1
as caretakers. Competent and
reliable. Write Bliss, Summerland
WILL TAKE - CARE of “children.
Reasonable rates. Phone 2-2857. 1
RELAX, shop, get that new perm
anent or attend church and foot
ball games. Hourly rates. Island
Nursery, 540 White St oct2-tf
OPENING 2 • 4 age group at Island
Nursery. 540 White St.
17— Personal Services
PHOTOSTATIC Copies. Fast aer
vice. Larry Kama Studio, 220
Duval, Phone 2-6811. octl-tf
NORMAN D. ARTMAN
Singer Sewing Machines
SALES, . service, parts. Singer
Sewing Machine Cos., 118 Coral
Way, Coral Gables. aept2-tf
FOR SAL 1 1 Six consecutive issues
of The Key West Citizen deliver
ed to yeur deer, 25c weekly- Dial
2-5441, ChrcwleNen Dept. octS-tf
BRIDIS TO Bl
HAV* yeur wedding Invitetiene
end announcements printed by
; The Artmen Frees. Diel 2-5441.
WILL DO IRONING in my home.
321 Amelia St • oct6-3tx
18— Special Services
BNO CAP BLIACH Is mild, effec
tive; yet has no lasting odor.
Buy from yeur grocer. octl-tf
EXPERT RAD 10 REPAIRS - !-
AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTY.
PRATT'S RADIO SiRVICB, 90S
FLEMING ST., PHONE 2-7512.
FRRB PICK UP AND DELIVERY.
GREEN spare wheel and tire Sat.
night on Roosevelt Blvd. be
tween Sigsbee Road and triangle.
Reward. Contact Gomez Marine
Service or Phone 2-7691.
REDDISH-BROWN female dog.
See same at 1021 Angela St. 1
LAUNDERETTE. Newly opened.
Excellent location. Ideal for 1
husband and wife. Small down
payment Terms arranged. Call
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PORT! ft -WACO ft . rJSSILL,
Bended Licensed Cwdcector
JAM IS ANDERSON, SupY.
AUSTIN G. TAYLOR, licensed
general contractor, old and new
work. 618 Duval SL Phone 2-4141.
FOR NEW HOMES
All Types of Repairs
JAMES L STAPLES
Free Estimates Gladly Gives
1120 South SL Phone 2-5546
25 Real Estate For Sale
ATTRACTIVE S bedroom
thur house. Large screened
porch and shed. Corner lot Phone
2- * . sept2s-tf
FOR buying or selling any kind
of Key West property, contact
Paul Boy sen. 626 Fleming St Es
tablished 1919. sept2s-30tx
3- 2-bath CD.SThoim
with porch and car porte. Large
lot. Immediate occupancy. 1717;
South St ' oct3-tf
2-~BEDRO<Sm Sunshine Home,
fenced yaid, carporte, good lo
cation. Equity, $4600.00. Terms.
Phone 2-3557. octs-tf
2-BEDROOM Sunshine home.
Corner lot. Fenced yard. In
cludes stove, refrigerator, auto
matic washer. Call 2-2519 after
5:30. , octs-6t
HOME FOR SALE. 1122 Petronla.
1124 Watson St oct6-3tx
26 Lots For Sale
ii . -|
2 LOTS, block from ocean and
Casa Marina. ML Herman,
C” 0 !* Lake, N. Y. augl9-tf
IOR . lower Keys property, phone
Summerland Key 2 or write Hud
gins, owner, Summerland Key.
P. O. oct3,mon,wed,sat-ti
1 2 ADJOINING lots on Fogarty
■ Ave. 50x100 each. Surveyed
and abstract deed up to date.
$1,350.00 each. Phone 2-5404.
1 31—Garden'and Lawn
PLEASE note: Opening hours 9:30.
Key West Garden 4 Lawn Sup*
ply. Phone 2-6912. octt-ft
NOTES Payable Forma. 10 foi 15c.
Artman Press. Phone 2-5881.
EISNER FURNITURE COMPANY
9498 Duck Avenue, Polndana.
Phone 2-6851. We Buy and Sell
New and Used Furniture.
hTprintina. DIAL 2-5441.
KIY WIST SUPPLY CD.
219 Simonton St. Tel. 2412)
FALL air conditioner. Close out
44 h.p. Vornado demonstrator,
$285.08. to h.p. Vornado demonstra
tor, $245.00. Pierce Brothers, cor
ner Fleming and Elizabeth Sts.
Phono 2-5822. octl-tf
WE BUY, sell, and finance Trail
er*. Tipton Trailer Sales, Stock
USED electric water pump, com
plete with motor, tank end
pump. Needs work. $20.00. Call
2-3931 until 7 p.m. oct2-6t
REFRIGERATOR display case, B*.
WUI sell at sacrifice. Chuck’s
Sandwich Shop, 537 Duval Street,
Phone 2-2206. . oct3-6t
PIGEONS, racing, homers, $1.50
up per pair. F. Huiet, 5560 N.W.
18th Ave., Miami, Fla.
SALE: 5 ft. solid glass fish&g rod,
$4.95. Key Tackle, Rteeevelt
Blvd. | octl-tf
1 MANS, 1 ladies' Bute* wrist
watch. Cheap. 1125 Pad* St.
MAKE Offer, i— 10 cuTI. show
case with compressor. 1 lB cu.
ft. 2-dr. refrigerator. 1 stftnp ma
chine. George's Grocery. 100 New
ton St. Phooe 2-5407, 81A.M. to
6 P.M. oct6-3t
34 Household Items
LAt*E MODEL Hoover Upright
Vacuum Cleaner. Complete with
attachments. Phone 24943. 1322
Thompson St ] octs-3t
TWO OVEN push-buttm electric
range. Good condition Must sell
SIOO. Originally S4OO. Phone 2-2970.
2111 Staples. oct6-6t
HIDE-A BED and majle dressing
table with glass top. Both In
good condition. Phone 2-3389.
35 Wnud To Buy
HOT water heater, giu, 10-20 gal
Phone 2-3015. Cities Service
Sta., Stock Island. oct3-3t
36 Bicycles and Tricydee
BRING US your bicycle. We can
put it in top shape for school
opening. All makes American and
English bikes repaired. Overseas
Cycle Store, 1030 Eaton St,
Phone 2-6016. octl-tf
37 Automotive Parts
USED Truck and passeogar ear
tires New recaps, all thus.
Dick’s Tire Servica, Ml Truman.
38— Auomobilen For Salt
1950 PLYMOUTH. Perfect
tion. Will soil cheap. Need money.
May be teen 5 to 9 P.M., all day
Saturday and Sunday. 1013 Watson
1937 CHEVROLET. Perfect run
ning condition. Good body, radio,
new seat covert. Good motor and
tires. $150.00. Inquire at Key Wait
Citizen, ask for Ramon. octMt
39 Trailers For Sale
TRAILER awnings, gas tanks an 4
fitting*. Sewar Hook-upa. Phone
2-3064. 1007 Simonton. auglMf
NEW and used house trailers st
the lowest prices in Fin. 1/3
down, balance like rent Free
overnight lodging, free delivery.
Harper Trailer Sales, 4850 N.W.
17th Ave, Miami Fla.
27 FT. house trailer with alum
inum porch. Alao camp trailer
with boat rack. Reasonable. Tele
phone 2-2547. oct3-6tx
MY EQUITY in 41 ft. liberty, 1952
model. Inquire Al’a Trailer Park,
Stock Island. . oct3<24t
21’ ALUMINUM Travalo with cus
tom-built awning and screen
porch. Completely furnished. $450
(full price). Gulfstrcam Trailer
Park, 606 Truman. octS-ltx
EQUITY in ’SO Nashua, 23, ft.
aluminum. Toilet, shower, screen
ed porch. 14 ft. boat included. See
Tuttle, Treasure Isle Trailer Court,
Stock Island. octs-3tx
40— Motor Bikes and
’sl CUSHMAN scooter. New tires,
good condition. $170.00. Phooe
2-3703 for information. oct3-Btx
1948 INDIAN CHIEF. Good condi
tion, $375.00. Apply 1012 Fleming
Street, after 4 P.M. octß-3tx
41— Boats and Motors
14 FT. DELUXE Kauffman run-*-
bout, $294.00. Key Tackle, Roose
velt Blvd. octl-tf
m H.P. WIZARD Outboard Motor.
• months old. 12 ft plywood
boat $300.00. Can 2-6178 or see
1500 Seminary St. octiUta
42 Dors - Cato - Pets
PAIR of Rabbits for salt. Cheap.
Phone 2-5023. * oet*-2t
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