The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 26, 1952 · Page 5
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Lletinjoord THE 8AYTOWN SUN/ BILL McBRIDE has Ljapaa'where he will be as- to duty for 18 months. He son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin ...' of Highlands. SIGNED TO MARYLAND Second Class Harold E. a of 1305 Cypress street, has -n reassigned to headquarters frSe Air Weather Service at An- C 5 Air Force Base in Maryland. ho, of Mrs- Drew King of Bay- lira, the young airman was f orm- L narioned at Lackland Air We"Base in Texas and Elmen- C !&. Force Base in Alaska, iijr Weather Service is a com- W of the Military Air Trans- Id Service, and supplies vital Uorological data to Air Force -d Army units all over the world. ["fee Texan is a graduate of Rob• E Lee high school, where he «a'member of the varsity track i<L 31A.V FIRST News Of Servicemen HOME ON LEAVE Harry K. Shartle, 19-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. George K. Shartle, has arrived home from San Diego, Calif., for a 30-day leave. A third class aviation electronic technician, young Shartle recently completed an eight-week specialized course in radar at San Diego. He also is visiting his grandparents here, Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Morgan of 2115 Maryland. ARRIVES IN KOREA Pvt. Thomas J. Fulcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fulcher of Baytown, recently arrived in Korea and is now serving with the 5th Ordnance Medium Maintenance Company. His unit has participated in all major campaigns of the Korean war. It has supported combat units of I Corps from Pusan to the Chongchon river in North Korea. Before entering the Army in September, 1951, Fulcher was employed by the Red Ball Mattress >. He took basic training at Fort Va., before his assignment overseas. HURRY IN FOR YOUR SHARE of THESE GREAT SAVINGS TODAY! Cops Offer 300 Panties To Raiders LOS ANGELES, May 26 ftft—Po- lice at nearby Huntington Park have offered to do their part in satisfying the unknown urges that provoke college males to raid sorority houses for coed unmentionables. They told the University of California, scene of a Thursday night panty expedition, that the raiders were welcome to some 300 pairs of women's panties in a back room at the station. Officers said they were confiscated from the possessions of a sex had fm East Francis, has been pro.„ to airman first class. He fritioned at the Arnarillo Air bx Base, where he is assigned jet inspection and main- ice branch. He is 22 years old. K PROMOTED [GeB Woods, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Wesley Woods, has been pro- from seaman to teleman ird class petty officer. He has the Pacific for a year, tr^j u a teletype operator for ; commander of naval forces on rjknd of Guam. Young- Woods Milking Party Broken Up By Allied wi' WE'LL PAINT YOUR CAR FOR F50 AMAT BARGAIN' AT Ferguson^ [|T TOO W. TEXAS AT CO-OP Bordcn's Fo'rtified Milk or. 45TH DIVISION, Korea, May 26 (IP) — The Array's casualty branch i s still scratching: its head over this one. The 179th infantry regiment, 45th division, reported: "Four enemy sighted milking cow. Artillery fire placed on enemy group. One enemy cow killed to action." Bayfonians Attend Adventist Meeting Three delegates from the Baytown Seventh-Day Adventist church, will attend the biennial session of the Texas Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists which opens in Keene Thursday night. The Baytown delegates ere Mrs. Earl R. Smith, Mrs. T. C. Campbell and Miss Rosemary Proctor. The conference will be held in Turner auditorium on the campus of Southwestern Junior college. .The sessions will continue through June 7 with some 3,000 Adventists from throughout Texas attending. IT'S A NICE DOG'S LIFE ANN ARBOR; Mich. — <iIE>— Stray dogs live in style at the new S100 r 000 Washtenaw County humane society shelter, whose appointments include germicidal lamps, running water in the kennals, radiant heating, air-conditioning, a special nursery for puppies and even an enameled bathtub. .25 KHOCUIK CONV1NHOH ST«?S WCf « ? minute of it! See the great history conventions on 21-inch G-E ,,. ^on. See them with front ro\v tnis beautifnl G-E model with its finely finish. Matching base available cost. For the best in twK* and 90 day* en. part* but- '0% Down — 24Mos.loPay T "fi SERVICE WHAT WE SELL" Phone 5004 USE CREDIT PURCHASE COUPON BOOKS Boys' KNIT SHIRTS Reg. L35 Boys' BIB PANTS Use them like cash! Ask any salesperson about them today 1 Now is the Idea! time — • during this great Clearance Sale — to get acquainted with this convenient and smart way to use your credit for small purchases in different departments ali though the store. 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