The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on July 5, 1956 · Page 18
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 18

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, July 5, 1956
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Ptgt 18 Thursday, Julv 5, 1956 POGO ly Walt Kelley WHICH i 8^wRnyW9^E»W 3j?^^A90yr ?> <vf ?£ M "f^sTicf WKfH L i£ — .—., /)pujr <FVJ TA> «g£A^FnCg , I NWTO TWAT Tgfiffff _, IN J957/ THE REVERENT' By Bill O'Mdley JUST A /? / MINUTE DOUG-LAS ! •&-', '• ^-' I--^"MW i j I (,'il ^'\ SOME-,ACE HI and LOIS By Mart Walker and Dik Brown 6CU.V.' FOR A MIS'UTS THESS WE FHSLiNS ELLA CINDERS —by Charlie Plumb and Fred Fox Mi?. FAA'<0R LSFT NO WILL. 7nE.?ER?i?=. H!0 ESTATE WCUUP -SEVERT TO HIS NEAREST KIN t AN SAYIN6 : * YOU CAN'T TA<£ IT WITH Rio Grande Lower IAREDO, Tex. (UPl — Flow of the Rio Grande at Laredo was faJl- ing iicwiy today antJ was (JO'ATI to 26S.6 cubic £e«t per second, or 1,272 gallons per second. However, this was much better than the volume last week before a little rise from Del Rio reach-to Laredo last Fridav. Domestic Rate Per Mi 4i>/?ne Fatalities On Decline ilion Miles One-Tenth That Of 1936 XEW YORK, N. Y. travel on Ur.itc-cJ States domestic air lines his progressed WE HAVE MOVED FROM 116 N. MAINONE BLOCK SOUTH TO NO. 2 N. MAIN SAME SIDE OF TIIE STREET MALLIN'S PAWN SHOP Safety in to the extent that the fatality rate per 300 million passenger miles is less than one-tenth what it was 20 years ago, according to a study by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.. statisticians. For the years 1933 through 1955 the passenger fatality rate on theeo lines was only 0.55 per 100 million passenger miles, compared with a rate of 5.H-7 for 1933 through 1935, according to computations derived from Civil Aeronautics Administration data. The number of passenger miles flown in 1953-1955 was about SO times that of 1933- The internf.tional operations of United States scho-iuled air lines also have become much safer, according to tho statisticians' rc- SWIFT'S SILVERLEAF PURE LARD UGHTCRUST FLOUR RENOWN TOMATO JUICE 46-Oz. Can 25 SUNNY ACRES TOMATO SAUCE Can 5 SVv'IFT'S SUGAR CURED PICNICS Lb. 29 PORK Lb. FULL DRESSED FRYERS Lb. Lb. » **i '« $** /f** »•£' ' 4j> I &sM..fii Lb;. WHITE ONIONS Lbs. 25 CANTALOUPES Lb. 5 port. In the 1953-55 period there were only four passenger deaths in such flights, which is equivalent to a fatality rate of 0.03 per 300 million passenger miles. The safety record of the United Statee scheduled lines is much better than that for scheduled foreign lines. The improvement in aviation safety is attributed to "continued and eminently successful efforts of the aviation industry atvj of the government agencies regulating air transportation." "Planes have been buiit better, serviced more adequately, ancf equipped with an ncidcd number of safety devices," tho report states. "The standards for selecting pilots have risen to very high levels, nnd the course o£ training has become increasingly thorough." "More and more airfields are being provided with improved facilities and equipment for traffic control and communication. In addition, greater use has been made of the increasing weather information available, and belter facilities have been developed for mea.'uring ceiling and visibility." In recognition of increased air safety, it is noted, life in.sur.incc companies have liberalized their underwriting practices for persons usinj: scheduled air transportation. The companies generally have been accepting at standard premium rates persons who fly M passengers on scheduled air lines in the western hemisphere. Morn recently; mr/Kt of the leading corn- panics in the United States have begun to ifi.s'jo .standard in.'-'iirance to pilots and crew mcirbers of domestic regularly scheduled linos. Mallin's Pawn Shop Is !n New Quarters Mallin's Paw?] shop. T.vne.-j find operated by Mr. and Mi'K. Stanford Friedman for Ki year.--, is now in | H in", 1 .' location and wil; bn open [ for biisni'.'ss at fi North Mai". Tho shop, formerly at ]]<", Xorih Main, in the only licensed pawn business in Baytown. Frifi'lnifin opennrJ shop here Fob. ]. 10-IB. in a small frame b'.ii'alinp; that stood ne::t to t;i< ; new location. After .v..lying there for a year and a hsiif. th' 1 bi)"inf-Si5 was moved to !16 North Main v.-hrro it rc- rn.'iini'd );:.'.;! \Vr-rir.i'.'id;iy v.'ii'-n the move wrt'-< ;r,;i<u.'. Electronic Brain Now Wrives Sonos ^ N1C\V YOliK il.'I''— Aiitoirnt.Di-i rnul-:tvl Tin i'.'.n Aili-y Mon i.iy, Kxccut. ;cs of• iiw P.iin-,r;ighs Corp. Klectro O;I;M /);-.-|.-;ir»; (i:h<'i'..-;cfi they hud si;n:p.di'd in making n ?2,VJ.f'0'J f-icf.'triiiiic bi.'iin write songs at the rate of 1,000 an hour. Canine Gtddfc MU.SKI'XJOiV, Mlfth. (I'P,— Golf ;it It;." I'ont;ilun;i fJoIf ("c/ucsf TIPJII- hero has gone tr> the dogs. Hnrol'1 Oil.s.icri, Arusk^gon. );».•; traimd his dog to h;inl his caddie (virl over the f;iir,v;ivs. CURLEY KAYO lam Left M5M..THI* Gin WEIGHS A.TON' T WANT TO C'MON, LET'S GET OUTTA )TO HIS CORNER HERE. BIG BEN BOLT By John Cullen SEE WHAT t MEM ? ME DOM'T EViM TALK LIKE COLICS AGOUMPMESE.' MIKE MOBeV-THHT'S VIC'S POP- IS / FUNMY GUY. HC USBTA BE A BIS-SHOT BUSIMCSS fcMW IN THE CITY BEFORE HIS HEALTH RUMS POWKl Hi, ALEX. COME CWUPANP OP COURSE T'P PECOS YOU /WYWHEI?e, Me. DOLT. I'M SSE PARTS, YOUKMOlV. M4B1TAT IS THE SIS CITY. YES, SIR, T KEEP WITH THE OUTSIDE VOSLP ! BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH -By Fred Lasswell VERY WELL, JUGHA1D-- 1'LL PLAV MARBLES WITH VOU YE CAN GO IN TH' HOUSE AN' CUT OUT 'APER DOLLS IF VE WANT TO, NANNY-- I CRAVE TO SHOOT MARVELS BEETLE BAILEY By Morf Walker SECRET AGENT X-9 By Mel Graft I'tU GET SACK TO THE AND MA*£ THE BUU& PRINTS ON IT! ...THIS PAVKOUU JOB IN WENTWOfZTH WIUL BE AN EASY MAP*. I've SOT IT AU. NBXT TIME SET YOU 66POR6 VOU H*VB A CHANCi "TO OUCKJ WELL., I MAY :£09S YOJfZ PATH ASAiN' BUZZ SAWYER By Roy Craw* WOHOEKFUL 1 . fAEANT TO JUST EXACTLY WHAT LOAF AlONG— YOU SW Trit NAME'S KZ? T Wt SiMPLY WVt WEA, UOOK, SUZi 015IOY, WU \ AWO Cl*KK WU KEftACE AHP VOUR B?WE HO? IN ANP TIL) TOUR CA« IM L.A.., W LOS ft«StLt5 V *.U TK£ US5 AflE YOU TOM07RO-N. —jA. LOST, ^RS ! . SAWYER. fTSD SCARCELY KKOWlNfi 6CfH IT HAPPENEP, W 5UZ AW? CHRISTY J01M FORCES \VHH THE CHARMING MAOCA? C03BS. SUPERMAN By Wayne Boring CLARK/YTHE IMMIGRATION OFFICE] JHERE \ 1 JUST CALLED THEM TO RE VOU FIND OLIT ABOUT LITTLE USHING A-t LEE KIM... TO' SA^ HE S MISSING-HE MUST HAVE RUN AWAV.' „ i HOPE THE IMMIGRATION OM HO/A AUTHORITIES DON'T HAVE TQ TERRIBLE-') HIM BACK TO THE KOREAN ORPHAM HOME WHERE ME CAME FROM.' f^dopted Korean VJar m\\ed \nl\vfto \ ,- Al Capp and Bob Lubben ITS NO neAer Bur*iifgs LONG s^e is THINKIM* 0= - AfO HOW IT v;iU- BREA.K, WH=^ H? ScES WHO 16 IN THAT CAR "' 7 s -

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