The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 22, 1952 · Page 14
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 14

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, May 22, 1952
Page 14
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PXGE.14-THE BAYTOWN SUN, THURSDAY, .MAY 22, 1952 Wives Told WASHINGTON— IUE)—Agriculture Department food experts advised housewives today to plan po- tatoless meals around such nutritious substitutes as rice, baked beans, spaghetti or that old southern standby, hominy. They said all these foods are plentiful, inexpensive, easy to prepare and healthful. They conceded that some habit- ridden husbands may go right on demendihg plain potatoes with their meat. But there's a remedy for that too—send him out to find, and pay for, a few pounds of spuds. Agriculture Department officials see no hope for relieving the present "potato famine" until the new crop starts coming into the markets next month. And even then, there's no guarantee that potatoes will be cheap or plentiful Farm-" ers simply haven't been planting many potatoes since the government dropped price supports or. them last year. U.S. War Casualties In Korea Hit 108,707 WASHINGTON — OLE)— American battle casualties in Korea now to- :tal 108,707, an increase of 291 since last week, the Defense Department reported today, The casualties include 19,157 dead, 77,274 wounded 1,186 captured, 9,699 missing, and 1,3S1 once missing who have been returned to military service. I GOTTA FINP MY PQG/ MOPS, COME HOME! s-zz rOrmrt' \ti >. rw<t« • . I N~i !,^-.. Vf . WHY PON'T yOU GET ONE OF THOSE WHISTl-ES THAT ONLY A POG CAN 'Afraid Of Robbersn6-Yeal'-Old Boy Shoots His Neighbor NKVV YORK —(U.E)~ Young Mike Broderick couldn't sit down today because a clever neighbor was afraid of robbers. Broderick, 16, saw a light in the window of William Buhl's Bays id e home and decided to visit him. In crossing Bulh's lawn Broderick stepped on eject^ contact, that *»%£.?* ^±d.£STct 1^ £±SiK Ms .22 caliber aid Buhl was not b«**«£ the identi- two negihbors ere still mends. Mttfij. •»— ., 4 to the tij- atomic age todav *- - ^ nest on top of the ,'S ship," an w I PON'T NEEP L. ONE/'AS A LAST RESORT, I JUST... ^&*& ifvv.^^. ...RATTLE A BUBBLE GUM : or War f The Tricycle Hospital Knows How to Repair Your Child's Toy 2415 W. MAIN Friday and Saturday © 1 Day Old I Oc ! Week Old 12c 2 and 3 Weeks Old I7c @ CEDAR BAYOU HATCHERY PHONE 2867 SANTA ANA, Calif. — (HE)— Sen. Estes Kefauver today had gone on record in favor of giving the vote to 18-year-olds and making states of Alaska and Hawaii. The Democratic presidential aspirant addressed a Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner and told 800 guests democracy should be "extended, not inhibited." "I believe in making democracy work better," he said. "I would like to see Hawaii and Alaska made states as they fully deserve to be. I would like to give the' vote to 500,000 disenfranchised citizens in the District of Columbia." Kefauver said he also would like to "go one step further" and extend the vote to 18-year-old citizens. "If our young men and women are old enough at that age to bear arms," he declared, "we should at least give them the privilege of voting for the officials who have the power to make war." (from AN/ BRAND of tea or.fecr MANILA <UE)—. President Elpidio Quirino said today the Philippines must prepare for a possible big- scale Communist offensive in the Far East. He told an emergency conference of provincial governors and other high officials that "major world powers are "preparing for the approaching Armaggedon." "The United Nations are preparing," he said, "and we have received a warning." He did not clarify what he meant by the "warning," but his implication was that it came from Washington: "They want us to be alert," he said, "not to be surprised by what may happen." Yes—%ve ? i7 feef a free /or you'll /ike Instant Tender Leaf better BRAND f/ian ffte fee* you're now using! tt / Regular 2Vi-oz; size—makes 50 glasses! \ or more of Perfect Iced Tea. A baby's nursing bottle full of fuel oil will haul a 40-ton loaded freight car one mile behind a diesel locomotive. CULEN RENAMED HOUSTON — OLE)— Oilman-philanthropist Hugh Roy Cullen was renamed chairman of the board of regents for the University of Houston at their meeting here. In other action, the board voted to shift part of its investment fund from government bonds into real estate bonds. Write your name and address on box-top from tea you're now using and mail to Instant Tender Leaf Tea, Box 7, Brooklyn, "N. Y, (Get handy envelope, already addressed, from your grocer.) We mall back to you a coupon that is good for a regular. . jar of Instant Tender Leaf Tea absolutely free. Take that coupon to your grocer and get your free jar. (Or, if you prefer,'use its equivalent value toward purchase of the large 5-oz. economy jar); • BOILING-NO BRIWfNO-NO BOIHi Hurry 1 . Offer expires July 31,1952 You're modem about so meny thingi, why be o!d-!=&ct^d tea? Here's your chance to enjoy the new mtrccls tea thctoslas — and faitl It's our treat for many, many gtcsiei of UMIT: One FREE JAR to o CIALS FOR FRIDAY & WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LEVITT CAN DOZEN AUNT SUSAN'S SWEET MIXEG TEX-JOY PURE LILLY PURE CREAMER' FRESH GROUND POUND DECKER'S ECONOMY SLICED LB. CELLO FKG. FRESH MADE PURE PORK PAN SAUSAGE PORK 5-1 • t /% l\ POUND L!BBY f S FROZEN 12-Oz, Box ;£&£:£. jJ -".? «^AO--«SA">:,^ J3 .^

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