The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 5, 1952 · Page 9
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 9

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, June 5, 1952
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News „»<• S f&KStf ' • -.#1 *- Viiff*^! Features "NO. 3K Thursday, June 5, 1952 PAGE NINE \ Give Dad a Sunbeam Shavemaster for Father's Day—let him use it for 10 days ... If he likes it then you can pay for ft or add it to your account. If he doesn't like it bring it back to us. * * Editor's Note: Following 1 is the last of a, series of dispatches on scandals Inside the USSR. stalled '"for the convenience of workers at Stalinabad." "Workmen are sent out every month to these dead boxes hang- By DONALD J. GONZALES j ng on wa lls, not to repair them." WASHINGTON, June 5 «fl—Ivan he said, "but to take out the money Ivanovitch has a .Russian slang dropped into them by trusting citi- word for what we call influence- zens " • peddling and wire-pulling. ' . pj . av(Ja figured there wag m<jrfe The word is 'blat." Moscow ad- "blat" than romance in the mar- mits that Ivan has frequent cause r j a g e of a 45-year-old man to an for fretting about "blat" in high elderly actress. The man wooe-j Communist circles. her to solve his personal housing Some Soviet citizens don't fret shortage, Pravda said, because she about it. however. Instead, taking was entitled to live in a house a cue from their superiors, they built for actors and actresses, practice it. The Soviet hierarchy doesn't advertise its citizens' sins .in the news it produces for foreign consumption. The Communist theme for foreign ears and eyes is that . .^ k0 *>+*,**•&***,** everybody in the Soviet Union / Q rTCfCF*C€? for the better life Marx, Lenin, and works loyally promised by Stalin. But the Soviet press, as disclosed by samples received and studied Professors ape lo Four well-known professors here, is sprinkled with proofs that cheniistry and chemical engineer- try their hands at ,n\ WITH GREATER COMPORT AND CONVENIENCE The Soviet labor newspaoer, in S . wh at they preach this summer Trud. recently reported that it was at tne Bay town Rennery. an advantage to know the right The professors arc E. E. Litken- people at mine No. 9 of the Skura- hous of Vanderbilt University, W. rov coal trust. Miner N. Krasikov A. Cunningham of the University wrote that comrade Kachanov, the of Texas,- M. M. Gilkerson of Tu-. mine director's chauffeur, got a lane University and E. S. Lewis of bonus while "it is difficult to find Rice Institute. underground workers" on the bo- They have accepted temporary nus list. And when the director's jobs with the technical and refund was -'overspent by 23.000 search divisions at the refinery, rubles ... he liquidated the debt They will be assigned regular at the expense of the bonus fund." chemical and engineering prob- Krasikov's complaints were air- lems. It is probable they will be red at the same time the USSR working alongside some of their information bulletin distributed by former students, for a good many the Soviet embassy in this coun- graduates of these four schools are try was saying that "more than members of the refinery swiff, two billion rubles were paid to Humble Oil originated the idea miners in bonuses during the past O f hirine college professors during three years alone." ^ the summer to give them the ad- The information bulletin also re- vantage of industrial expedience ported that the Soviet Union pays a i on g with the technical know-how" careful attention to the welfare of they already have, its teachers "and builds houses for Three of the prO fessors are Wr- S? at ,, Sia . ie expense.' ried and wi]l bring their f am ni es The Soviet newspaper, Zvezda, with them to Baytown. had a different story for its readers about housing built for teachers at the village of Foki, near Plankton, drifting with the cur- Molotov City. It said the manager, rent, is; the basic forage in the comrade Sitko, did not issue "-a sea. It forms great meadows of single permit to teachers" but food, as ^indispensable to fish as "himself occupied one of the the grasses and other plants of for June Brides 4 • v 4&s* You'll be radiantly lovely in one of our lace trimmed satin gowns. BUY IT FROM YOUR BAYTOWN MERCHANT apartments.' G. Ibraimov, a citizen of Tad- zhikistan,' complained to the editor . of . his local newspaper about the "dead" automatic telephones "in- times. land are to earthbound ,animals. ..Lake. George, in. Australia, has completely disapeai-ed ' several Bridal Veiis Fragile nylon veils exquisitely crowned by pearl tiaras. 14 95 * 24 95 310 W. TEXAS " PHONE 9189 ITS ALL SO HAK4DY AND Sl£ FUN, BEFORE YOU KNOW YOUR SHOPPINGS DONE/ <s,VK>PTHE 'VINE RIPENED SWEET 303 CANS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTISES SPECIALS FOR TKURS./FBL & SAL

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