The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 16, 1954 · Page 6
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 6

Baytown, Texas
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Saturday, January 16, 1954
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PAGE 6— THE BAYTOWN SUN. SATURDAY. JANUARY 16. 1954 BIG BIN BOLT —by John CuKen THAN YCU HAVE •ALREADY. THE BOY'S CNLVSOT .'A BRUISE' —by Marge LITTLE LULU SURE/ IT'S THE FIRST BLOW THAT COUNTS; WHATCHA 1 ARE YOU SOT, FAT AGOING TO BOV ? ¥* LET THAT X BULLY HAVE TUB? —by Roy Crane BUZ SAWYER WELL, SAWYER, THIS TIME YOU'VE'BSAUY COOKEP YOUR GOOSE. 1'M'CAUINS A 60ARP OF INVESTIGATION. YOU'RE CONFINE!? TO STATION AND GROUNDED UNTIL CLEARED. WHO WAS THE V I'M NOT AT . PASSENSER? 7 LIBERTY TO SAX COMMANDER. THIS 15 MORE SERIOUS THAN "I THOUGHT, SAWYE2.YOU NOT : ONLY : SNEAKED A PASSAGES ASOAK>, 3irr YOUMAOEAHUNNJDtORtttD COMMANDER JONES. "SUPERMAN" PEOPLE ARE ALREADV WONDERING WHAT'S WRONG WITH SUPERMAN. HOW'LL. I EVER FI^D THE RARE ELEMENT THAT CAN RESTORE,MY POWERS, BEFORE MV WEAKNESS GETS KNOWN AND MAKES ME A TARGET FOR GANG VENGEANCE ? —by Wayne Boring ON TOP OF HIS ODD BEHAVIOR, HE DISAPPEARS COMPLETELY.' LOIS--I DON'T CARE HOW YOU DO IT/BUT VOUR. ASSIGNMENT IS TO FIND OUT WHAT'S WRONG WITH SUPERMAN / MEANWHILE, IN A METROPOLIS SUBURB- IT '" . - . JTHIS-CARRLOTJUICE. HAS DONE" WONDERS POR MY INSOMNIA, SHOULDER-PAD. YOU OUGHT TO TRY IT. 'THAT AIN'T WHAT'S KEEPIN' ME AWAKE, PILLS. IT'S THIS TALK r^TT ABOUT SUPERMAN ("••iSn THAT'S DOIN 1 IT. FHM--IP THOSE 'RUMORS ABOUT HIS LOST POWERS ARE'TRUE,, IT; WOULD DO ME MORE GOOD , THAN VITAMINS. MAYBE IT'S r WORTH CHECKING- IN FACT, THAT'S EXACTLY' WHAT I'M GO)N<5 TO DO.'/ H61 CURLEY KAYOE -by Sam Leff ALL I EVER 00 IS STUDY AND WORK... PRACTICE AND MORE WORK.' I COULDN'T TAKE IT FOR ANOTHER MINUTE-- SO I DECIDED TO TAKE OFF.' HM... MOW ABOUT YOUR FOLKS, YEHOODI,,. THEY MUST BE HEARTSICK.' SORRY, YEHOODI... I'LL CALL HIM! WHAT IS THE NUMBER ? I DON'T HAVE ANY FOLKS-JUST A LEGAL GUARDIAN; MR. QUIGS.' THE ONLY THING HE'S WORRYING ABOUT IS THE MONEY I DIDN'T EARN TONIGHT.' I CAN TELL H|M TO STOP WORRYING... POGO AND HIS PALS —by Walt Kelley ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE TUCK INSURANCE A6B |CY THIRD GEMERATIOH PHONE 2912 or 5474 PRUETT BUILDING SECRET AGENT X-9 —by Mel Graft •WRINKLE* REYNARD'! THAT MAME RINGS A SMALL BELL- I'D-BETTER CHECK WITH THE NEAREST FP1 OFFICE AT LEA5T V<E THREW "WE COPS'OFF THE TRAIL- MV 6U£ I* THAT NEEDLE HID THE LOOT NEAR WHERE HE WA5 FOUND...M6 HAVE MADE SOAjg RECORD OF THE AIDING PLACE} WRINKLES/ WE VfERE CRAZY TO TRU&T NEEDLE NEL50K!' Y)£ PULL A SEVENTY-FIVE "GRAND BANK CAPER AND NOW WE DON'T EVEN KMOVJ VJrfERE TtfE COlW ELLA CINDERS [WHAT HAPPEN- EPTO WM? NOW I CXN SPEAK AREYOJ TRTINS TO NO— I'M VER/SEROUS-'C33MC BACK AHP TAKE A lOOf. FOR YOUKSELFJ WELL, IT SEEMS ST-WINS BEHIN7 HI/M LIKE THIS, WHEN Ail OF A SUPPEN— -r\ <—— " WHAT I ROJNPOUT SEWS TO HAV£ HAPPENEP TO YOUR RARTNEP / BEETLE BAILEY —by Willard IT'S vJUST YOUR IMAGINATION/ THAT BLUBBERHEAD IS FIFTV MILES CAMP/ HE HOUNDS .US SO I STILL FEEL AS THOUGH HE'S LISTENING TO US' MUCH ALL I CAMT RELAX HE TOWN / IT SURE IS GOOD TO GET AWAY FROM CAMP AMD THAT SNEAKY BARGE MIKE FRANSSEN STATE RESERVE LIFE "See Me Before You Die" by Fred lassv.e!! BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH THAT'S MULE IF THAR EVER WUZ ONE I BEEN WORKIN' ON TH' VARMINT A WHOLE SOLID WEEK, BUT I AIN'T BEEN ABLE TO MAKE HIM DO NOTHIN 1 VET I'LL BE PLUMB TICKLED TO, INVENTIN 1 \WWTOM We Offer Professional Skill and ONE DAY SERVICE Every VVatch Tested On The Watch Master I WANT VETO IOOK ftT TH'.'MECHANICftL MULE I'M BUILDIN', 5NUFFV, AN 1 SEE IF HE'S MULEV ENUFF.TO PUT IN TH 1 MULE RACE HAND ENGRAVING TIME SHOP —b,v Morf Walker MOON MULLINS > TH' OTHER WAS IN OUR PALMV DAYS. WILLIE TOLD ME WELL. I GUESS YOU SURPRISED WHEN YOU FOUND TH4T DcX)6H UMCLE W/LUlEt> STACHED IN TH CLOSET, MAMIE. OH,THATA\N ( T TH'ONLV SURPRISE YER UNCLE WILLIE EVER <3IVE MOON. NOTHWDNFAIC, NOWI'U- WAWANTVOIJ IT'6 THE 0EANP WHICH APVOCAT£< HECK WB AW^II?..- rey TH» OVA, A COMIC BOOK THAT WITH GKACe ANP6UPPAW. GIVIN'THSSB COMICBOOKS HANPSP CONGRESSIONAL RECORP. owe FAcroey I1.LU4TKATIHS IT IN COLOfZ — •PANEL. BV PANEL.- NOW KINDLY SBLECT THE ONS THAT ^ THINK Alf3# THIS ONE'S FUNNIgST. A« MOST PfZOLk COMB, LET'S IKY AGAIN, DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS l.A local deity (Semitic) 5. Kind of small nail 9. Slow (mus.) 10. Flowers 12. Push along 13. Kind of tobacco pipe 14. To the. right! 15. Cries, as a crow 16. Ruthenium (sym.) 17. Body of water 19. Paradise 21. Public notices 22. Waistcoat 23. Dens 26. Small depressions 27. Soon 28. Chum 29. Weathercock 30. Tricky 34. Half an cm 35. Pelt 37. Wine receptacle 38. Indulged in unre. strained revelry 40. Roman poet 41. Mournfully ; 42. Malayan boats 43. Speaks 44. Pronged utensil DOWN 1. Kind of cap 2. Wrath 3. Consumed 4. Beholdi 5. Forehead 6. Famous "Rough Rider" 7. Question 8. Term of endearment 9. Hauls" with difficulty 11. Sidetracks 13. Ineffectual actors 15. Bounders. 18. Sincerely 20. Lair 23. Fonts (Eccl.) 24. Biblical character 25. Electrified particle 26. Mend 28. Reimbursed 31. A kind act 32. Eskimo boat 33. Youths 36. Parta • of locks u»333 tsqaa a-jgia aaaan aaa ens aa erasaaBH asta ROOM AND BOARD By Gene Aheri aaas aaa Baa aamiafliii an ago HQ raiBSiH anua BQOti HHBB H3(iB BRHfi Antwer 39. Room in a harem 40. National god of Tahiti 42. Pfennig 1 (abbr.) ^^ Z4- 10 40 20 31 VI 3Z SAY-THAT BIG GOOF WRESTLER. YOU INTRODUCED ME TO HAS HIS.MEMORY SCRAMBLED/--HE NEVER WORKED UNDER. ME ON ANY CARGO SHIP/---I'D CERTAINLY REMEMBER THAT NIGHTMARE FACE OF HIS AFTER. ONCE SEEING IT-IT'DUNSPOOK. AN OLD HAUNTED CASTLE/ THE EARL SWEARS UP, DOWN AND CRISSCROSS THAT HE REMEMBERS YOU FROM HIS SAILOR. DAYS/--MAYBE IT'S MISTAKEN IDENTITY BUT / WHEN HE GETS A FIXED L IDEA. IT SETS IN F CONCRETE/ /*- YOU'LL HEAR. MOR£ FROM Shepard Barclay On Bridge School Building Tolas! Until 1968 CLEVELAND, O., Jan. 16 — OB— Walter D. Cocking, editor of School Executive Magazine, told a recent meeting of the School Business Officials Association here that the multi - million - dollar school-building program, in progress throughout the nation since the end of World War II, will continue. In 1952, Cocking said, more than 6,000 elementary and high schools were built around the country at a cost of $1,400,000,000. In addition, some ?800,000,000 was spent for new college and university buildings. "This year we'll exceed the amount and continue the rapid rate of school construction until 1968," he added. ADVICE IS TOO GENERAL MOST advice to younger players, by experienced campaigners, is sound as far as it properly applies. Usually, however, it takes in too much territory. Unless possible exceptions are pointed out, the neophyte is liable to overusing the idea. That Is true of the too-s i m p 1 e explanation of finesse* as plays which "might gain tricks, but can't lose them." Eventually the tyro finds that tricks may be lost by finesses when used at the wrong time, 4 J if 7 4 VK98 4 A76 ~ *QJ10 962 + K8 + 754 (Dealer: South. East- West vulnerable.) South West North East 14 24, 2 NT Pass 3 4^ Pass 4 4> North was duly subject to censure for not doubling West's vulnerable overcall, which should have been beaten for a couple of tricks, to produce a better score A Central Press Feature t'.harl a not-vulnerable game. If riot inclined to double, his soundest call probably would have been 3-Spades or 3-No T r u m p s, In. which ten tricks could have been taken. As it was, his less experi« enced partner should have made the 4-Spades,- but flncssitig defeated him. Upon winning the club <J lead with the K, South noted a chance for the play he had just shortly before learned, a finesse. He tried it In spades, to try to shut out the K, whereupon West won and led a second club, which East ruffed. Later tricks for the defense, one' each in hearts an4 clubs, set the contract A more tutored declarer would have reckoned West as having a six-card suit for his vulnerable overcall, also probably tha epada K a» part of the strength needed for that bid. If he had done so, he would not have finessed spades on the second trick, but would have led to the A, followed by- another trump to make sure that East couldn't ruff the next club' lead. That would have made the contract a sure thing. * » * . Your Week-end Question K the cards happen to work out so well during the play that you make a game, with a smaller total of strength than normally-required, to what extent should- this influence your bidding 1 of later hands? lice's Social Security Sounds Like FDR's Both Presidents Expressed Similar Ideas On Subject ing to Paint? Come to us for free advice on your painting problems. We have "How to Paint" folders and color / "cardg showing famous Du Pont Paints for every surface, inside and out! TEXAS HARDWARE CO. 10 XV Mnin ft Ph. S264-8247 •fflilP ™-u«' PAINTS for every purpose WASHINGTON, Jan. 16 President Eisenhower's Social Security message, came just three days before the 19th Anniversary of the day FDR first proposed the idea to Congress. That was not the only coincidence which sent old timers thumbing back through the files Thursday night to refresh memories of the past. There was some coincidence of language as well a? of dates, and a striking continuity of purpose and thought. Mr. Roosevelt told Congress" in 1935 that the job could not*all be done at once, that there would be continuing need foi- improvement of machinery and protection. Mr. Eisenhower's message of Thursday picked up from Mr. Roosevelt's message of Jan. 17, 1935. as neatly as a re-lav runner's baton passes from hand to hand. Mr. Eisenhower's message punch line was this: "The human problems of individual citizens are a proper and important concern of our govern- ,ment." Those 15 words established policy and policy is the foundation upon which any program must stand. A pre-Roosevelt Congress would have rejected that policy. In fact, Congress did oppose it on a related emergency issue in 1931. Some 30' million persons were covered when Mr. Roosevelt got his first Social Security act in 1935. Coverage reaches 70 million now and Mr- Eisenhower plans vastly to extend that. "One problem that faces every individual is the provision of economic security for his old age." Mr. Eisenhower told Congress Thursday, "and economic security f"r his family in event of his de.ith." 'To He!q Individuals' And he continued: ". .. Help individuals provide for that security.". • "... Reduce both the fear and incidence of destitution to the mir> imum." ••:.,. These are the proper aims of all levels of'government." That was Mr. Eisenhower's gen- eral approach to the problem Thursday. Here are some samules of FDR 19 years ago: "Our American program .. .was, and is, the security of the men, women and children of the nation against certain hazards and vicissitudes of Jife... the sound and necessary policy erf federal legislation for economic security " FDR regarded Social Security legislation as the 74th Congress' "supreme achievement." Buttoris first were put on coat sleeves because Frederick the Great wanted 1 to keep his soldiers from wiping their noses on their sleeves. 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