The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 5, 1952 · Page 4
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 4

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, June 5, 1952
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~ THE BAYTOWN SUN, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, I9»2 WHITE >7 HOU! * DAILY CROSSWORD aacas ACROSS 1. Exclama- 1. tions 4. Submarine (abbr.) 2. 7. Percolate 3. slowly 4, 8. Order under seal 5. 10. Place of worship 11.Foretell 13. Topics 6, treated in a 7. document 15. Greek 9. letter 16. Beverage 10. 17. Roman money 12. 18. Drone 19. Sum up 20.Tranquility 21. Mine entrances 24. Short simple son£ 25. Belonging to me 26. Except 27. Noah's boat 28. English tavern 29. Place 32. Selenium (sym.) 33. Ponder 35. Rub hard 37. Vessel carrying oil 38. Converts into leather 39. Rubber trees (Mex.) 40. Golf mound 41. Varying weight (Ind.) DOWN. Sicilian •volcano (var.) Warmth Coverlets Strikes (slang J Long- horned wild ox Immense Astringent fruit Violent outburst Division of a play , A game at cards 14. Man's nickname 18. Head covering 19. Devoured 20. Citizen (abbr.) 21; Accumu- ' late ' 22. Straight 23. Writing: fluid 24. Doubtful • 2G. A drunken loafer (slang) 28. Pocketbook 29. Whiter 30. Shoshonean Indians To Sleep in Comfort . . . TEXTRON PAJAMAS AND MATCHING SHORTS Pajama 3.95 and 5.95 Shorts 1.00 and 1.50 Introducing another great name ot Meyer Bros. Expertly tailored in cotton broadcloth. In regular or knee-length styles. In solids and fancy. All sanforized. Sizes A, B, C, WASHINGTON, June 5 ^ flP>— cline to pay a veteran attending a Highlights of the proposed new GI below-standard school, bill of rights for Korean veterans, Loan guarantees — On homes; which" was up for a vote in the the government would guarantee House Thursday: up to 60 per cent with maximum Who would be eligible—Persons of $7,500; on farms, 50 per cent discharged other than dishonorab- with top of $4,000; on business op- | ly after June 27, 1950, and prior erations not involving real estate, -••-•-• - - 50 per cent up to $2,000. Social Security — A wage credit of $160 per month would be granted servicemen for old age and survivors insurance benefits. GIVE POP SUPERBA TIES OF DISTINCTION $$$''* Give Dad a beautiful ti»' Shantungs, foulards and repps. Bright, cco'rful patterns and smooth, sophisticated solids. FATHER'S DAY BOXED Box of 12 Relied edges, standard cut. In white and fancy patterns. Reg, 35c each. BOXED INITIALED HANDKERCHIEFS Box of 3 Texas af Ashbel to a date to be set later by the President or Congress, and after at least 90 days' .service. Benefits — Free. schooling, loan guarantees on homes, farms and businesses, credit for Social Security coverage, and mustering- out pay. Schooling —School credit would be granted at a rate of IVz days for each day of service after June Mustering-out pay — $100 for service less than 60 days; $200 for more than 60 days, all in this country; $300 for more than 60 days including service overseas or in Alaska. Applies to those up to and 27, 1950. Service time spent in civ- including Army rank of Captain. An honorable; discharge would be required under this provision. Monfy Joins Ulan-type education would not count. Maximum training . 36 school months. Thus a draftee who serves two years would qualify for four-year college education.,- . Monthly payments — " The veteran in full-time training would get *«»'. i SliO monthly, if single, $150 month- f" I C £* f? fl f\W£^ ¥ ly if with one or more dependents. •' *i« ' Oi w I II I\J Tf C7 This would cover tuition and living costs. Proportionate allowances would be made for part-time training. On-the-job and farm training — Provision also would be made for these, with a lower scale of allowances, which would be subject to reduction' as : the training resses. Avocational "courses — ; Courses taken. for pleasure or as, a hobby would be barred. However, a course normally considered avo- LONDON, June 5 (IP?— British Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery, deputy supreme commander of the North Atlantic Pact forces, prog- has joined the Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower .fan club. "I. love Ike," he said in a British Broadcasting Co. radio program. v Paying tribute to the former cational could be taken if the vet- -supreme commander, Montgomery eran showed it would be helpful said: to him in his work. Courses in "You used to read in the papers bartending, dancing and personal- how we disagreed—of course we ity development would be flatly disagreed. I've yet to learn that prohibited. - the best husbands and wives don't Retreads — Veterans of World disagree, yet each' loves the War II, .who took training under other." the original GI bill, and who also became eligible under the new law. could take additional training under the new law except that total training could /not exceed 48 months. Change of course — One change almost of course would be allowed. Certification of schools — Would New, Traffic Hazard FORT WORTH, Tex. (HE)— Richard Ainsworth ran into a new kind of traffic hazard. Another car collided with Ainsworth \yhen he made a left hand turn after signaling. The other driver be done by state agencies. But the then followed Ainsworth home and ' Veterans Administration could de- beat him. up. i Easy to Order —Easy to Serve and So Delicious Phenix Ice Cream Is Perfect Party lee Cream • FRIDAY COMSTOCK MINUTE MAID FROZEN DONNA DEAN FROZEN 31. Thrice (mus. 33. Germanic character 34. River (Afr.) 36. Cereal grain I2-Oz. Pkg. MIRALCE WHIP WHEN YQPUY2BATH SIZE WITH COUPON YOU RECEIVED IN MAIL Carnation BREAST O' CHICKEN sz-J then soandesl value' :T often podpla o'trj. for *A 'care! 6V2-OZ CAN ADMIRATION NATIONAL MICE, f AT Cello Pack. Lb Decker'sTaUKorn FRESH GROUND HAM VEAL SQ. CUT GREEN GIANT ^CROPWH^ 63c . Economy Size FRESH SUNSHINE HI-HO SUNSHINE CHOCOLATE HYDROX 7l/ 2 0/Z. CELLO .PKG- ^^ , , { ////"} *-S i U kJ HFMIX DAIRY YOUR HOME-OWNED HOME-OPERATED1GA SUPER MARKET 22 E. TEXAS AYL•

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