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THE KBY WEST CITIZEN (Eiff Keg West Published daily (except Sunday) by L. P. Artman, owner and pub llshei, from The Citizen Building, corner of Greene and Ann Streets. Only Daily Newspaper in Key West and Monroe County L. P. ARTMAN --■ Publisher NORMAN D- ARTMAN _ Entered at Key West, Florida, as Second Class Matter TELEPHONES 51 and 1935 ~ ” Member of The Associated Press—The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to use for reproduction of all news dispatches credited to it •r not otherwise credited in this paper, and also the local news published here. —" 11 —-■ - ■ - ■ - Member Florida Press Association and Associate Dailies of Florida Subscription (by carrier) 25c per week, year sl2; By Mail $15.60 ADVERTISED RATES MADE KNOWN ON APPLICATION The Citizen is an open forum and invites discussion of public issue and subjects ot local or general interest, but it will not publish anonymous communications. improve for key west advocated BZ THE CITIZEN I More Hotels and Apartments. 2> Beach and Bathing Pavilion. L Airport*- i and and Sea 4. Consolidation o f Count? and City Government* 5 Coujkjunity Auditorium REPUBLICANS SHOCKED BY SENATOR RUSSELL’S OUT-AND-OUT SUPPORT OF STEVENSON Republican leaders got one of their most telling Shocks during this campaign when Senator Richard B. Russell came out strongly for Stevenson on Tuesday. They had hoped he would join Byrnes of South Carolina and Shivers of Texas in declaring he would support Eisen hower* or, like Byrd of Virginia, who said he could not tupport Stevenson, or even like Smathers and Holland of Florida, who remain silent about their support or opposi tion. Russell is regarded as among the greatest senators this country has ever had; he is the kingpin among South ern politicians, and got the almost solid support of the South in his bid for the Democratic presidential nomi nation. Russell is also considered elsewhere in the country as a great statesman. A good idea of the esteem in which he is held north of the Mason and Dixon Line may be ob tained from the editorial praise that was given him by the Republican Chicago Tribune when he arrived in Chicago to attend the Democratic National convention. The Tribune had said of Eisenhower after his nomi nation, he “can’t win, he is a poor creature, manipulated by Wall Street,” and it was noised around Chicago that, in the event of Russell’s nomination, the Tribune would support him, though it had not supported a Democrat in the 104 years of its existence. No wonder the Republican were shocked when Russell declared he is supporting Stevenson. The shock was intensified when Senator Russell said* this about Stevenson: v “He he* the potentialities that can make him one of the greatest Presidents who has ever served our country.” He said further. “I have been bewildered by the end less contradictions of Dwight D. Eisenhower’s political Senator Russell added: “Governor Stevenson and Senator John * Sparkman will be elected by one of the largest majorities given the national ticket in recent years.** Eisenhower’s contradictions not only have been be wildering, but his generalities, day after day and night after night, have confounded the public in trying to de t •-> ine how he stands on question after question. Early ’'s campaign, he listed “10 points’* he would stress in He has not recurred to discussing any of the . and the public has forgotten what they were about. have just read anew book on the war and dis rm***r*'<! our mistakes were not those we thought, after H' - r r read the book before this one. But we expect to again with the next book. Stiff OP HAM 'AN# NOW WMIMI ttO*T—**m ANO WAtMft 'xooAr/i Saturday, October 25, 1952 ' . • ’ V. . • • . S' JI i. Y V V A/I^^^/ y | w_ ' \ f\ V On Land , Through The Air And On The Sea Jfm ■/ £.* Hfer 31 7 Mr v 4; ; ? *Mf *Ttn fitVi "VhAwt ' -'m fV ** * X * > 7'* m ■'?■ ' • li Ii I *if **?*“*’ , * , Associated Press Wirephoto A MARINE HELICOPTER, airlifting Leathernecks from a training problem on the Korean coast, comes in for a landing on its own “portable island,” the aircraft carngr USS Sicily. The time and locale of the operation was not released by the De partment of Defense which released the picture in Washington today. Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 38, LikS L £’ n ?* rly n. Thin fins aUk 5. On tha ocean ne t .!* 5“ *. Biblical 11 Open wide character 13. Dama* 39. Preposition 14. Fir.ial at a Posaes&ng .. conscious* 11 Think mm \l - French aity if £***” _ te. Pulled apart 31 Guiding strap* 47, i B iruj;*. ,rri - J'r I’® 1 ’® gating dam* 3t Choral com- so. Beveraga poaiUona 51 Pronoun 31 Ola a*cla 54. Americas __ , mats oo journalist 37. Liquor 39. Haulm* 31 Arorratte wa jrJa „ FT. Untruth *• 51 Gambling addressed *am# Quadrilateral 55. circuit court E\35T oow parallel L Individual rrr^ri^pr ■ gasartsiewve p—ar TJAILiKMS! i.'-S sßs 'e WJ EJ?J eMO O E IJBe CaTC PE ntMl e.v;e7age eTHIeWeJHH jgpipfc-?: E j T. ■STTiE^I Solution of Yesterday’s bursa 3. Knock 1 Artificial fiah.ii* fiy 1 Article of belief 1 Exclamation 1 Mournful 7. Make a mistake 1 Cupid I Rids brown color 10 Begin II Cover* 3 Greek P 11 Masculre came 90. Stops urns tentlnns * 22. Spn;t cits 31 Word of •arrow 24, Anoint 9L Mute 29. Thu* 30: Story 31. Send sort fl& Garm H Symbol for lutecium 31 Card by a hick a player re*t&* the teas Ai wwd teß after aftOSfe decree i-rket '3* Ci>OM#3 gave* ate*k mg op m# *te*re repast : Tern of address * Or® of feoarsa* * Care*. f? j.er 1 AT #* PEOPLE’S FORUM The Cltlmi tica* aapee* *toa at ike rtte at Ha read era, kat tie 4ltt re—er— tk* rlhl i# delete mi Iteaee ekkk •re eeaeldered ilktltM er •■#■#- reated. Tk# writ era akaald ke ] (ate aae —a* I— tke letter* te 30t tterda. eed alt# ee <*ee side •t tke oeper Ml*. MfMtsrt et tke writer area* areaaapaey tk# iettere eed all) k# aakllaked as ta— reetieeteiS atkerM^let^ "GOP CORRUPTION" Editor. The Citizen: Dear Sir: Corruption la government exis ted long before the Democrats us hered the masses from poverty to a living wage. In the days of Old Guard Re pub Van rule the “meat" was not only in Washington. It reached outside the city limit* to national boundaries. Republican j oratory was as empty ns the pur-j m of ten million unemployed The south lay neglected; the north depressed by unparailed financial mequfttes. Baoeevett brought change Re publicans would have us forget the Democratic renaissance which re stored ear coci sdetiee, saved our banks and oar homes. This is the ‘Change ta Washington.'* How the Old Guard Republican* Crusade*’ tor a change They ef tor to regain tor the American | peopie thru servitude They are ea ger to restore thett hr sad ef csrrufiwef is internment s’—fed as teat phase of Oriental phlmow ffcy whacb torheto a yws>r and wiser m progress* be read the hams ef R "hanmeahto Mm**-?** to* TafUana. Njuma. Robert Floyd To Address Nov* 3 Democratic Rally Robert Floyd,.. Dado.. County state representative will be the principal speaker at the giant Democratic pre-election rally < November 3, Gerald Saunders, Stevenson for President chair man announced at noon. Floyd will fly in at 5 p.m. Monday, speak at the Bayviow Park rally at 8 had to fly back to Miami Tuesday morning to vote in Miami. The Key West High School Band will play at the rally. All leading Democrats will be on hand at Bayviow Park and will take part in a motorcade before the rally. Cots Are Needed For Footballers County Commissioner Joe Al len is asking for the loan or do nation of cots by tonight to be used in the dormitories the Coun ty has renovated for the use of the colored students from Mays High School, Goulds, who are hero to play Douglass High in a football game. The Dormi tories, one for boys and one for girls, are located at tho colored recreation area. Ft. Taylor. If you have a cot you can make available, please phono Mr. Al len, 73, as soon as possible. Here’s anew idea for garnishing baked ham for a party: Use strips or squares of candied orange peel. Slice some of the ham thin after you place it on the buffet table, then slice more as needed. Jenners and their new brotherua der the skin Eisenhower, declar ing in unison, ‘‘This prosperity is becoming monotonous. Let us go back to confusion.'’ ERMA F. W AGNER * Stock Island * Key Weal, Fla. "POLITICAL IMMUNITY?" Editor. The Citiaen Dear Sir: Illiteracy or political immunity which is It? In the city park, by the tennis courts, to a sign which ’ very plainiy reads, “ao veh clea aflowed”. Practical*; ever; day, either about 4 43 or i:W p m or about *:36 or f;g p, a, a dark blue lord (the Mine car every time) is parked there on the gram. usual ly shorn a foot or two from the sign. The person who drives and parka thi* car a this place either can’t j read the tigs and censeqaenUy ig nores it or considers b.r-. #if a "big-time” politician who can't he governed by the same laws that Quit* obvkxiiiy he has no res pect tor the nga er Its authority, f A asaa never been— so imgmr tant toot he tom permit himself j to desecrate the authority sad In- ; tegnty he tageeseate, - m .wNNWNWwmmJF#. smmr oieto North Carolina* tog* wm* - •*** crop boa as etetmawdl value aff THIS ROCK OF OURS BILL GIBB Either all advertising managers are crazy or else they think that the general public has the menta lity of about a two-year old. May be we had better say “all adver tising managers with the excep tion of John Cellar of The Citi zen.” He is suppose to be a friend. Every once in a while the post man will deliver a letter that tries to entice me to part with a few hard-earned dollars - so-called sales letters, that is, not bills. You probably get duplicate copies of the same spiel. Do they make you angry or fill you with humor? The other day a character up in Ohio sent a message inviting me to join his “Club”. For two dollars he guaranteed to get me a wife within a year. At the bot tom of the letter, printed in red ink, was a special offer. By add ing an extra dollar - making a total of three - this guy promised to cut the time necessary to pro cure a wife to six months and gave the added assurance that she would come from a nearby neighborhood. The poor dope! These are infla tionary times but he ought to re alize that even with a thirty-three cent dollar no man in his right mind is going to pay that much for a wife! Especially if he has to wait six months for delivery. There is another letter on my desk which shows better taste. Without seeking to render undue praise it merely states that their company has me on their lists as one of the foremost executives of the nation. Because of my unusual talents in handling the numerous personnel under my direction, I have been selected to get an ad vance copy of their latest book on cost production. In this instance, the letter writer shows remarkable insight. Eviden tly he has been able to find out about my wonderful qualities that the world has ignored for so long. Yes siree. 111 have to send in ten dollars for the book to help defray handling charges. After all, they are giving it to me for free! Here is another message from an insurance company. For a few pennies per week they promise that SLOPPY JOE'S BAR * Burlesque * Continuous Floor Shows A Dancing Starring Tho Fabulous MARCELLA LYNN and JSANII CRISTIAN, DUSTY DoLOUR, DOTTIE KING, SANDRA LAN! and MANY OTHERS: Soo KATHY CARROL Tho Sensational “MARIJUANA” DANCER MUSIC BY Mark Stanley's Trio XTRA Tho Girl With tho Groan Hair SAN CARLOS THIATRI SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY CLIFTON 4- GINGER WEBB BOGEBS IN DREAM BOAf TWO MASTERS OF COMEDY 20th CENTURY FOX MUSICAL CO- STARRING ANNE FRANCIS and JEFFRY HUNTER WITH ILSA LANCMISTISR, PAUL HARVIY RAY COLLINS eed PRSO CLARK Fox Movietone N#w Cartoon LAST TIMES TODAY THE DEVIL MAKES THREE Snrpflro # • • rniP urn y (I Call J* AJEmmUI hud PIER ANGELI SGX OPPICR OPR tot I 44 PAL CONTINUOUS PgRPORMAMCR COMPICTEIV aJR CONDITIONED I can go out and break ray nock and no one will suffer but me. As a matter of fact, they will pay my heirs ten thousand dollar* if the broken neck kills me,(provid ing I also break the second joint of my big toe in the some Occi dent.) Trade At Homo One of the best things o fellow can do nowadays is to keep his trade at home. If things go wrong, you can always go around and get an adjustmei* with the busi ness house with which you or* dealing. There are people living here in Key West who go to Miami to buy their staple groceries. Few food products vary in price more than a couple of pennies between Key West and Miami The same things holds good for clothing, home appliances, etc. Florida ex empts homesteads from taxation so that if a community seeks to improve itself with public funds, local businesses are the ones that have to be taxed. By trading with such local busi nesses we help them to grow ans thereby get an opportunity to tax them for our own improvements. It is sort of a boomerang effect. QUAKE HITS TURKEY ISTANBUL, Turkey (J)-A brief but sharp earthquake in the area of Adana in Southern Turkey killed at least 18 persons yesterday and injured 40. The tremor, lasting about flvt seconds, reportedly caused consid erable damage in the city of 150,000. A breakdown in communi cations delayed full information but it was feared the death toll might prove much greater; STRAND -fir.... Lest Times Teday CARIBBEAN wIMi JOHN PAYNB and ARLINI DAHL Gaming: O'HBMRY'f FULL HOUSE With \* All Star Cast MONROi eeoi.p* Lest Times Tedsy A GIRL IN EVERY PORT wltli GROUCHO MARX and MARIE WILSON Gaming: LAS VEGAS STORY Yleter Mature end Jane Russet!