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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - May 16, 1952, Galveston, Texas Ctlmtcn Mtwt, Ffktoy, May it, ttit; fHREl ONE (Continued 1) TWO (Continued time. Then any abandonment of the two-'waited and party political eystem. our clock went on a "tick-down" Underscoring his words, the era! declared: "It Is BOW proposed that our two-, a letter Washington party political system be aban n etoned for all practical purposes formula. Thlt was Interpreted applying to all. The oil (truck for A IS cent and for cer shifts. Back went the clock to tht main Union laid plant to plant and that both parties unite under i post office, but before that letter contract will have to w Fred the dp-. take place and new are opened. ufce Individ- the leadership of the same inaivia- j t ,al. Could there be a .ore Ing proposal! imgton needed some kind of us ex- days or it may take several It would destroy, representative j planation. I When and if contracts are sign-d ftjvernment by completely! Carefully put the clock will take some 72 hours for the silencing all opposition, reduce one big socket. It worked to get back into ope-a- to a despotism. We would be en- He put the key in another. tirely dependent upon the a century of pent-up clock emo-j at the Ctuaber of CoMBeree and at reeerve center. jit f.m-, ii aajj Kicnard JMVIO as a ais Merry- will lurniau muoic iwr Ue baiL Three vtterans of the Kotean War w-iil oe givia special seats o> aoaor 'mey am; victor Uauiii, rtynesenuog tut mv; Soaarman Alvin jbiuser, itavy and .bgu FIVE (Continued from Texas Swept By Dry Wind Bjr 1W Hot, dry winds swept Texas Thursday, what lit- tle moisture remained from the drying toil, Windi were fairly light In most of but quent by members uoarQ usai city am i__ Qave tnouga money to ujierau me will of one man, and liberty tion broke loose. we have known it would dis-! The key apun likl! Smitn he had talked prominent (Uuciai 01 tne General t WUl L'CBVLU _ picking up shortly after dark. At of p.m. Big' Spring reported gusts up to 38 per hour and blowing dust. Amarillo reported sighting blowing dust to the south- jet motor POUR o (Continued From the plaa lor creating a recre- parx must lirst be approved Page 1) Paul Shean Co., Inc. MM Market Pk. M141 MJK KEL1ABUC PAINTERS PAPERHANGERS DEVOE ABT SUPPLIES i___________________raff a jauun oe approved Finger's thumb got a nasty from Camp Polk, La wt of tne interior There .was a final dramatic j two-day ad- There .was a final dramatic j two-day observance !and the general service the last. i Souvenirs brought frcm Wcrld! The clock which had been War II and the Korean War will punched maybe a. million timed had be on exhibit. Cards bearing names finnllv nnnrhitri hitrlr' rtf !finally punched Red Radio Arehement TAK-vn ie TOKYO. 16 j of owners acd former branches df jservics will be on each dUplay. I To Explain Throughout both a aervice- 39-Yeor the official informed him that the area be rehabili- tated immediately under a 20-year lease, if approved. "Three board members have said be at the exhibits to citv "o for ;plajB the w Brig. Gen. hnve. of the -Colson Agreement" and letj Tbe exhibit- loose with a violent propaganda! The Communist radio said that] America "will never be able to of Smith declared. "Yo11 may! IOU ar> 'Peculating with the taxpayers money and you have be open to the no "Syhi to with public m. until 3 p.m. Smith said. Cartwright said the board mem- 's reserve groups iber> him to work on west. The strong winds were expected to continue Friday, but the weath- er bureau said scattered thunder- Aowers might offset the effect at the wind in North Central Texas. H. A. Walker, Dallas County cot- ton buyer, said the need for rain was as serious now as at anytime "in a good many years." "It's just unusually dry for this of the he said. "The cotton crop is about 100 per cent planted, but it needs moisture very much. The young plants need rain. They've stopped growing and late- Find Moris Currencj Kll3r ly In currency wadded in a pUlowcaw and Iocke4 la a aafety depwit box was found toeUy by Illinois Inheritance tax lavtstuja- tori in rciumlng their imrch for the fortune of a Chicago widow. Earlier week cur- old OBAB nramra TFRSEU COPENHAGEN, IB naval to- Jay released three Danish fishing hi tk. ago Ukcn to Peiirt of Neukuehren, Iron t Baltic of Bornholm found than UJO.OOO in rency that out of aa faded pair of pink and an old pair of atuffed in the box. t ianlt comlnK out F. tM. ft FM. MA and PA KfTTU AT mFAIR officer. The Medical Clearing Com jpany ot the lllth Medical Battalion, 'is commanded by Capt. :Jinkin> Jr. i Other Unrte i Also in the organized reserve corps, is the 7Mth Engineer Dump i Truck Company commanded by iCapL John B. Hayward; th 755th Army Postal Unit commanded by I Lieut Paul A. Dixon; the 786th Quartermaster Petroleum Products Laboratory Unit commanded by station. "It is not a question of specu- lating with tax Cartwrirht said. The city has been trying to devel- op Pelican Island for 50 years, and should the city be able to develop thie island, the station will the most valuable piece of property on Cartwright said. View "It stands to reason if c'.ty can qualify and satisfy the depart- ment of interior and the gen- eral services administration, it's Ha said the high winds were tak- ing moisture out of the soil "prett" fast." Temperatures were mostly In the Thursday. The high was IDS at Presidio. The low maximum was 78 at Galveston. H SHUMUMUM> M xmir by worth to your company." Capt E. R. Hendrick; the mobiiiza- it to the city to get this tion designation detachment, dis-! Property for !f the land's trict engineers, commanded Lieut. Col. Kemneth Heagy. Two other units won't be on hand because they were called to activt iduty. They are the Chemical Laboratory Unit commanded by "I- IToyd P. Helmi and SWth Tidelands Vote Held 'Crucial' By Thompson Rep. Clark W. Thompson will spend the week-end in ar- riving Friday ta the gradu- ating class of the Industrial Oon- School at Vanderbilt JET ACE DOWNED SEOUL, May 16 (INS) The Fifth Air Force revealed to- day that Col. Walker Mahurin, of Fort Wayne, Ind., was shot dcwn >y anti-aircraft fire over North Korea Tuesday while testing the ability of to carry bombs for low passes. Mahurin is one of the leading American air aces in Korea. SKIPPY BURKETT And His TEXAS SWING GANG HOUSTON FREDDY MARTIN His Singing Saxophone and Orefiettra STUART WADE, MURRAY ARNOLD, Pianist THE MARTIN MEN (3.50 per person, minimum Feemri Tax) M> Phyinq erf AMERICAN LEGION HOME 1503 TREMONT FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY NIGHTS NIGHTS AFTHMWONS to 1Z 9 to 1 2 to 6 Public U Cordially Invited Per Person W the difference On Saturday the wiU attend the Baaith reiterated. constantly told city to in dire circumstances." Smith Mwrted elty had done to develop Perry property congressman meeting FJoyd P. Helm, and SWth to develop toe Perry property .-th. taTf Engineer Reproduction which wa. iTgirt for I In Gal- AAfnTvunriMl Ktr flAMmi! T Wu.4 Dark i V_LUQ> commanded by Second Lieut. Fred .erick R. Holtte. The reeerve untte are Organized Division 8-ig 'commanded by Comdr. Thurman M. GuptoB and the Naval Reaerre Unit commanded by Lieut. L. G. SeJax. Marine Kteene Fntt park. elation in Grange. Repreaentative Thompeon will make the trip from Washington by and to a few WANTED Marine reserve unit is the "you a. -----offered for sale. Smth. then claimed Cartwright had said In front of six, or that he personally was in Conference ship of the tidelands came before the house of representatives. senate was expected to fol- o tereted in several syndicates who Ends Today MARTINI "Lineota ta White Honee" Plmr Pete Smith T WILL MAi YOU THINK Granger MORTH The Coast Guard has the Organ- Port Security Unit MS6, com- manded by Lieut Comdr. Frank E. Simmen. t The Air Force has headquarters and Flight A Veteran Squad- ron commanded by Capt W. J. Bailey. Friday night the two-day celebra- tion reaches Its high point with banquet and military ball at p.m. at the Hotel GeJvex. Vice Atim. William M. Callaghan, cofemander of Military sea "Ton in was the city then A secure passage over his Rep- transportation Washing- ton, will make an addreu at -the banquet Ticket, can be i JUMtO PRINTS WITH FOLDERS BfltrS IOOK STORE 017 HAXKBT IT. people who would come before the board and testify to the truth of my "Bring all of them up here" Cartwright said. '7 never saM it" L Smith, said he understood eityjl was considering employing a preat; agent put ovar a bunch of bond jl THIIUINO ADVINTURIS! CARVER TODAT StrMt Mtmi" TICK 12 o'Clock High" BOOKER T TODAY TOMORROW THE UNKNOWN MAN WMTB AIM UItT Pins TIM HOI.T "TRAIL GUIDE" "Ton haven't much chance of thr voting more bond for a group which has had little interest you in this partic- ular Smith Smith called attention to the fact that the Pelican Park propo- sal has been hanging fire since last July and asked that the board come to a definita decision. "We don't intend to hurried up by your organization or any one Cartwright replied. Smith aoked Cartwright how long it would be before a decision could bf reached. "I haven't the slightest i Cartwright added. "The city re- Ing to exert every effort to obtain the property." Commissioner McN'eaT made motion that request .nied and the motion seconded hy P.ourke. board unanimously voted to deny request Chloroform first developed in 1831, THE Itst land In Town ED mrcHia.1, VOCAIM IFRIIAY A IATURDAY ,f, AT Tiff, SILVER SPOT and g I-MM (or School HM of if 25 to train Mo- vvpti UIMIUIUI CMnu. Pttosont worfctiiq contH- Horn. Good pay and ad- f 2c hour while In traininq. Apply in ptrson or write: J. R. JACKSON JR. Suporintcndcnr, Wtsttrn Union won pony 302 Conttr Sfroot GALVESTON, TEXAS For Inforvkiw! "I km nd two WS...B Kfct tins con Open at 2 Shows OTOMING Stephen McNALLY- Alexis SMITH ERSQL OUYJA FlYNN deHAVILLAND SABATINt'S Captain Blood A DARNER BROS RE RELEASE CASH NITE TONITE AT IATH and Complete 100Y MASIACE Department for Men and Women OPEX CNTO. t P. 3KL MILTON'S TURKISH BATHS and Boulevard Ph. MJU FUR STORAGE SAFE BONDS) FhOM 2-4543 for MMfd rick-Up your fain with an furrier. Only a furrier entificsJIy glaze, rrpsJr, remodel