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GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE 22 Friday, August 26, 1949 Draftees and Veterans (The orareit VA urflea far th readers of tht Preta-Gaxette li l 111 I. Adams itreet. Greeo Bav.) By MAJOR THOMAS M. NHL Questions and answers from all ever: From J.C., Lower Merlon, Pa.: "I am a W. W. I veteran receiving a total disability pension, not serv ice-connected. If I were to procure part-time employment would that In any way jeopardize my pen sion?" The VA says It encourages vet trans with total and permanent disability rating (non-service - connected) to get part-time jobs. Here is an-other Dcnsion question, this e,'i one from Mrs. s V R.C.B., Thorpe, I Wash., widow oi a w una w ar t1111 j u veteran: "My Maj, Nia husband, hon orably discharged from the army, was killed in an airplane accident In the winter of 1947. He was learning how to fly under the GI Bill. "I have no income of any kind and I am not able to work. Am I not entitled to a pension of some kind?" No, unless your husband had a service-connected disability at the time of death. A World War I widow does rate a pension (if she meets the income qualification) regardless of whether her husband had a service-connected disability. But not so with a World War II widow. Some day, presumably, the World War I standard will be applied to World War II widows, but right now it is not in the offing Query from G.E.M., Grand Island, Nebr.: "I would like to know If I am entitled to wear the Asia tic-Pacific campaign ribbon. I went overseas on Oct. 19, 1946, for ten months. You are not. March 2, 1946, is the date governing eligibility for that ribbon. If you weren't over seas by then you don t get it. Question from E.A.E., Vineland, N.J.: "I was discharged from the army last May. My wife was preg nant at that time. When the baby arrives, will she be able to get any medical care from the army, or from the VA? Sorry, no. The VA never gives pre-natal or obstetrical care to the wife of a veteran, unless the wife Is herself a veteran and then only if complications develop. The VA does not consider an expectant mother to be ill just because he is having a child. The army often does provide obstetrical care to wives of enlisted men, though it is not compelled to under the law. It says it never handles an obstetrical case if the father has been discharged. Question from P.B., Salem Depot, N.H.: "Where can I get a list of on-the-job training programs in the states of Massachusetts and New Hampshire?" Write to the state department of education at the capital of each state and describe the line of activity in which you are interested. Query from A.E.F., Jr., Marion, S.C.: "I've used up all my GI Bill education but still have three years to go before completing my dentistry course. Is there any way that I, as a veteran, can get a loan to finance me through this last portion of my schooling?" Not under any federal veteran's law there isn't. You might be able to work out something with a rich uncle, but it wouldn't be Uncle Sam. (You may write to Major Nial In care of this newspaper in connection with your own service-connected problem. Enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope.) Twins' Birthdays Differ WISCONSIN RAPIDS, Wis. iff') Twenty-two minutes was enough to give twins James and Joseph Henke different birthdays. James was born at Riverview hospital at 11:55 p.m. Tuesday, weighing 6 pounds 5Vt ounces. Twenty two minutes, but a whole day later, Joseph was born. He weighed 3 pounds 1 ounces. The twins are the sons of Mr. end Mrs. John Henke, Port Edwards. m9 ' s'.'i l i, I'. tmm h "The Man Who Plays t n e Sweetest Trumpet In the World" also makes mighty sweet music at the box-office. Charlie Spivak Is now the record-holder at two of New York's leading hotel spots. He holds the top mark at the Ho tel Pennsylvania, the most famed dancing place in America, and established a record. The band will be at Nitingale Ballroom Sun day. Local Option Included in New Rent Law P. G. Madison Bureau MADISON, Wis. Gov. Oscar Rennebohm has reminded WIscon sin municipal officials that there is a local option decontrol pro vision in the new Wisconsin rent act. No Wisconsin city or village has yet acted to end controls under that law, and the governor s office apparently is concerned about the general knowledge of such a pro vision. "The local option provision per' mits any city, village or town board to initiate action leading to a consideration of the desirability of decontrolling rents in the lo cality," the governor said in a statement. The local governing body may hold a hearing to determine the presence or absence of a housing shortage, and whether conditions warrant a continuation of con trols. Termination can be by an official resolution of the local gov erning board. The only qualifying provision In the local option law is that the governor must also approve the municipal resolution. He will do so, according to the law, "only If it appears to him that the finding based on the public hearing Is supported by the record of the hear ing. An official public record, including a stenographic report of the entire proceedings of the hearing, must be taken," a statement by the governor's office yesterday explained. The local hearings must be given 10 days notice, so that all interest ed parties have an opportunity to attend and to participate. The executive office said county clerks meeting here this week to discuss their functions and respon sibilities under the state rent act reported general ignorance in lo cal circles about the local option feature of the new state statute. New Translation Machine SALERNO, Italy (U.Ri t'ed-crico Pucci claimed today he has invented a machine which can translate copy from anv language into any other. Pucci said the machine was electrically operated but refused to disrlose other details. He said he has entered it In the Paris International fair of Inventions to be held next month. Increases in Rates Given Water Utility Press-Gazette Madison Bureau MADISON, Wis. Higher rates for fire protection to the city government of Sturgeon Bay and higher charges for private and commercial water customers ore contained in an order of the public service commission boosting the rate schedule of the Sturgeon Bay municipal water utility. The increases will amount to $15,358 a year in new revenues for the utility, which the commis sion found has been operating with inadequate income. The fire protection charges will be boosted in the new tariff about 99 per cent, while other users will be charged 22 per cent more for general service. The 1848 earn ings of the utility amounted to $38,585. The new schedule will produce a return of 5:.5 per cent Attention I Bowling Leagues $ Have Openings for Two j Complete Leafues 4 NEW ALLEYS I JOHNNY'S BOWL-INN-BAR j Denmark, Wis. ' Phone 86-R on a rate base of $280,893, the commission calculated. The order related that the charge of $2.58 for fire protection water service is higher than for many other cities of comparable size, but the commission ex plained that it is "quite in line when the physical aspects of Sturgeon Bay are considered. Legion Meet Sept. 6 GILLETT, Wis. Due to the first Monday of the month being Labor day, the Krause-Simpson post of the American Legion will meet in their regular monthly meeting on the first Tuesday of the month, Sept. 8. A BAY BEACH OLD TIME DANCING TONIGHT Music by GENEJHEIER SUNDAY Dancing to the Music ef BOB MLADA ROLLER SKATING PICNIC GROUNDS KIDDIE RIDES 9c Fort Wayne Visitors Special to Press-Gazette GILLETT, Wis. Mr. and Mrs Ervin Husman and family of Fort Wayne, Ind., are visiting Mr. Hus-man's mother here. ijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM 0 Century Alleys Opening Tomorrow Night Get your pre-season practice now! Be ready when the leagues begin. FISH FRY TONITE Chicken Plate Lunch Every Saturday Night it Dally Noon Day Lunches CHARLES Tavern 201 North Broadway Under the Management of Clyde Steeno and Geo. Doyle BILL'S COCKTAIL BAR West De Pere Presents "VI" ANDERSON Sepia Entertainer PIANO & SONGS Nightly and Sunday Afternoon, 3 to 5 Air-conditioned Comfort GLASS BAR 1374 Main St. Enjoy Green Bayt Largest fV Beer (16 ot.) lor 10c 1 Bat Whiskey j..r , 190 6f YOU'LL ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS SUMMER MIXES TELEVISION When Weather Permit IRISH'S SUNSET CLUB Highway 41-141 Duck Creek FISH FRY FRIDAY BLANCHE'S BAR BLANCHE HIRN, Prop. (Formerly of AlUj Inn) r d 1.1 DlUlM Hld(. 3U Main Av., Wast Do P WW..., cj M M in c FOODS I 25e MISS. Av&miCSB"l TONIGHT "k P?-FISH FRY TONIGHT FISH FRY , ! Every Saturday Ml SERVED DAILY XYTLmS Booyah - Sat. Se Sun. (Except Friday) I J 't " I e Trt aJIDkllftUT It ' AIRPORT BAR J ,w IS 1G89 Cass St. I STEAK I t - - CHICKEN IS 1 Opening for a six team league Tuesdays at 9:00 P. M. Contact "Shorty" Sorenson. 3: Expert measurements for conventional or Connie Schwoegler special finger-tip bowling balls. Dining Room Featuring Chinese and American Food M Open 11 A. M. to 1 A. AA Daily Except Tuesday CENTURY BOWLING! ALLEYS and BAR I I yi NO MINORS ALLOWED LOOK! LOOK! Come and Hear the Man Who Made Frankie Yankovic Famous ... the Man Who Sang- and Played THE BLUE SKIRT WALTZ and Many Others JOHNNY PEG0N Now With His Own Orchestra Recording- On Capitol Records Aude's Pavilion KEWAUNEE ONE NIGHT ONLY SUN., AUG. 28 Adm. Only 50c Plus Tax SERVED DAILY (Except Friday) 5 TO MIDNIGHT STEAK CHICKEN LOBSTER TAIL French Fried Shrimp COCKTAIL LOUNGE OPEN 3 to 1 GOLDEN INN DE PERE ROAD SERVICE AS YOU LIKE ITI AT WALTER WONG'S Chlneae and American Foods STEAKS 8EA FOOD CHICKEN cnops 11 a. m. to 3 p. m. J Noonday Luncheons 75c up J S p. m. to 8 p. m. Evening Dinners $1.25 up SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS ' Located on the Corner 5 t W. Walnut at Broadway Phone 118 East De Pere Duluth-Superior Bridge Proposed WASHINGTON (JP) Spokes men for Duluth, Minn., and Su perior, Wis., urged the house pub lic works committee today to ap prove purchase by the two cities of two existing bridges across the Saint Louis river and plans for a new bridge. William J. Degan, Jr., city man ager, and Mayor George W. John son of Duluth outlined plans of the Duluth - Superior Har bur commissior to demolish one of the existing bridges and to ap ply tolls collected on the other toward construction of the new span The committee is considering identical bills by Reps. Blatnik (D-Minn) and O'Konski (R-Wis) to permit the harbor commission to collect tolls on the bridges after paying off financing bonds. Congress in 1939 authorized the cities to build a new bridge, with the provision that it would be toll Cree after construction bonds had been amortized. O'Konski said "a high bridge" to provide for the uninterrupted flow of water and highway traffic "is the most important thing for our area. E. W. Lund, Duluth city coun cilman, and George Erickson, president of the Superior city council, also testified for the bridge program. Telephone Increase Special to Press-Gazette CASCO, Wis. The Casco Tele phone company has been author' zed by the public service com' mission of Wisconsin to increase its rates to yield $160 more an nually in revenue. ROOM AND BOARD By Gene Ahern they don't serve enough POOD HERE TO SATISFY A BOWL OF TROPICAL FISH'- BAH. GIVING US ONE LAMB CHOP " APIECE LAST NIGHT, AND THE CHOPS VERE THINNER. THAN SHOE TONGUES SO I WENT OUT AND BCUSHT US SOME ORANGES, APPLES, CHEESE, SAUSAGE AND BYE BREAD WJ WHEN M3U GO THRU TH' OFFICE LOBBY DROP ONE OF TH' BAGS FOR. A HINT-NO- -YOU'D BETTER. NOT - TH' STAFF MIGHT ALL COME UP AND JOlM IN WITH US ON TH' EATS b7 Auxiliary 17 7 , A New Thrill in Eating! f Steaks Chops Chicken Complete Dinners Sandwiches PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE VF PARK IN CAFE On Tour Way to the Starlite BELLEVUE and CASS STREETS , i It's New! Enjoy the Flavor of This New Imported Brewing Formula! iPty ft h j'i li '?-'' Next Tim Ask For "The Little Dutchman" 3 ft Brewed and Bottled By RAHR GREEN BAY BREWING CORP. Green Bay. Wis. Phone Howard 3200 Undet an exclusive license from the Brouweriz De Peli-kaan, Nederweert Holland IS3 -Lm Sunday, August 28 CHARLIE SPBVAK AND HIS ORCHESTRA tt ItlUrAPn IM THE WORID" ,A Adm. Only $1.25 Tax Included Featurlnc Beautiful Irene Day Vocalist and Bobby Ricky on Drums WEDDING DANCE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 Marion Schelbe, Route No. 2, Kaukauna and Norbert Brittnacher, Greenleaf. Music by KENTUCKY ACES Coming Soon Al Trace and His Orchestra Direct from the Blackhawk Hotel, Chicago fJftTlfllTI Any4,6, 8 or lOteam leoguei (straight tlU I IVblor mixed) interested in bowling en Sot-urdoys or Sundays, contact Derroy's Alleys for further particulars. CONTINUOUS OPEN BOWLING AT ALL TIMES MEETING FOR MOOSE LEAGUE Thursday Night, Sept. 1st ot the Bowling Alleyi Free Refreshments and Food DEVROY'S ALLEYS DUCK CREEK ROAD It's the Best Place g In Town to Eat J .VVVXVVVVVVVV DENNIS VADNAIS t Distributor 5 DENNIS VADNAIS Distributor L1295 West Mason St. Howard 2881 BOBS r i i ! WEDDING DANCE-Saturday, August 27 DON'T FORGET TO BE OUT TO flippy imm Located 5 Miles West of Green Bay City Limits On Highway 29-32 In Honor of Annie Orlando and Orville Katers MUSIC BY GENE HEIER WEDDING DANCE SATURDAY, SEPT. 3 in Honor of Dorothy Hackl and Elmer Van Gheem Music by DICK RODGERS AuJ IIU KaJio Arilits FISH FRY FRIDAY DANCING EVERY SATURDAY FOR DRINKING PLEASURE INSIST ON dmt y PILSENER BEER pi Oconto Pilsener is fZlIL'4 sheer brewmasler'a t 3 q , maeic with a taste . . . thrill that most peo- I J V f ?VfM'i pie like bert. Two size Xl,t7ArZZ i bottles the 12 01. XjZIII 4 T" Export and 7 oz. Bud- ; M ' A dy bottle W 22? if :LJ$ f-l ' - ' ' th&l s-m j it' i OCONTO BREWING CO., OCONTO, WIS. FISH FRY TONITE SATURDAY SPECIAL Chicken in the Basket and Steaks KALCIK'S New Bar and Restaurant 1351 Cedar St. DANCE AT Denmark Pavilion SUNDAY, AUG. 28 Music by DUKE JANDAS ORCHESTRA Adm. 50c Inc. Tax AFTERNOON AND EVENING Phone De Pere 48 for Reservations finTIPCf We have opening for one team Monti U I lUbi day niKht at 7. Business Men's League IF (ID (ID tip SERVED DAILY 5 TO 1 By George S. Hong CHINESE AND AMERICAN CHEF M6 DUD 9 1 STEADY PIN BOYS WANTED 3921 SOUTH WEBSTER AVE. TTTtD LU 1LD STEADY PIN BOYS WANTED AIR-CONDITIONED BOWL IN COMFORT .Mr 70 DEGREES COOL GUARANTEED

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