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San Antonio Light (Newspaper) - August 20, 1948, San Antonio, Texas Vital Statistics MAKEIAGK IJCBKSES I5SUEP John ft. Bebinger. Betty Jean Angel.. School Census Taken by MPs Alfred Eugene McAuley. er. Betty J Cook. La ura Deloru ce. Joe De Huerta. Mary Alice Her- Edward a Flume. Betty Ann Randal. Jack Harry Perry. A. Pen.. Dean Howard Wlllianuon. rrv. luat'ei A. Albertson. Eva Jeiin Rupcrto Barccnmfl. Anita Rodriguei. Eddie J. Vidal. Ramons Owner. David L. Woodward. Wanda Louise John'K. James. Mary L. FalrcWId. Richard Larrumbide. Maria del Car- men Porrega. ._ T Louis W. Chenault, Settle June Adam. Jefferson Ledet. lona Wilson. DrVOBCES GRANTED Hoel: Tomasita. KonliiL Cherie. Otto X' Jr. Two Ft. .Sam Houston military policemen, Cpls. Lawrence E. Rankin and Jennings B. Hay- wood, have been assigned to con- duct a census of children of school age residing at the army post The census is being taken to determine the number of depend- ents of military personnel resid- ing on the 3300-acre reservation who will attend San Antonio pub- lic schools, in order that reim- bursement may be made to the tax collector. Dial F-1231, Come to Broadway at Fifth or Mail Your Ad. MID-Season MAGIC IN ;Rayon Shantung Can you A beautiful rayon ihantung dress at this low price. It is a beauty, indeed, cut on the simple lines of the most expensive dresses and featured in the new Fall dark tones. CASH MAIL ORDERS FILLED SALE! BLOUSES fi m nn nf V 1 Values to The greatest value scoop in our history. Hundreds of beautiful new blouses in all wanted styles and colors. 2 V.lues to Jo-ED 500 E. HOUSTON STREET Navy Rules Por Reservists WASHINGTON, Aug. 'he navy warned its organized eservists today that if they miss as few as five Weekly drills a 'ear they'll lose their draft ex- mptions. At the same time, it announced hat young volunteer reservists who do not attend regular drills nd are not draft exempt) can ompete for appointment to the laval academy if they have had 4 days of active duty before the xamination date next April. MUST DRILL. Under the draft law, members f an organized reserve unit are xempt only as'long as they take >art satisfactorily in drills and raining. Secretary of the Navy John L. Sullivan defined "satisfactory sarticipation" today as not more han a 10 per cent absence from he full 48 scheduled drills a year. And everyone must take the two weeks of annual training duty unless an "acceptable ex- such as sickness is present- ed, he added. WATCH THEIR STEP. Furthermore, a young man otherwise likely to be drafted, lad'better watch his step around its reserve unit. Sullivan said: "Satisfactory participation In- volves satisfactory perform- ance of duty as determined by the Individual's commanding officer. "It In based on proficiency in rating, preparation for ad- vancement in rating. Interest displayed, the manner of doing assigned tasks, military bear- ing and conduct." Army reserve rules are not as ough. For those who signed up >y June 24, the requirement is a minimum of 35 scheduled drills, training period of "days of active :ederal service or combination thereof per In other words, 21 weekly drill jeriods plus two weeks in sum- mer training camp will mean ex- emption from the draft. Menard Boy Gets Ewes, Buck to The Light MENARD, Aug. Men- zies, Menard county 4-H club boy, has received six Southdown ewes and one buck from Philip Rock and Son in Alberta, Canada. Carl is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Menzies. WASHINGTON, Aug. lere is how draft registrants will be classified: TCEASSI. AyajlabJ.e Jor military serv- f. I-A-P: Conscientious- objector vailaWe for non-combatant mill- ary. service. I-fc: Member of the armed orces of the United States, the oast guard, the coast and geo- etlc survey on the public health service, and certain registrants eparated therefrom. Member of reserve com- onent on student taking military raining. CLASS n. IT-l: Registrant deferred' be-. Open Saturday to 6 p. m Weather Humidity, at 11 a. 66 per cent; mean for August, 61 Mr cent Precipitation tor past 24 none total for month. ,03 inch; deficiency loi month, 1.1 J inches; total for year. 11.44 Inches; dellcldncy The sun sets at Friday rises st a, m. and sets at P. m. Saturday. The moon rlaos at P. ni. Friday and sets at JL m. Saturday. Mooi phase, full. Wind velocity at 11 a. m., Friday South 5 m.p.h. Tides at Aransaa Pass Saturday Hlfrhs at a. m. and p. m. Iowa at a. m. and P. m. ThurSclayi'Mean temperature. 88; ex- cess, 3. Extended forecast: Texas Gul plains, northeast Texas, -western liouis- iana: Temperatures will average near 2 above .normal in cOaatal se tfona and degrees above normal i interior. Normal maximum 91 c coast and 93-98 elsewhere. Norma minimum 75 on-coast and 68-73 else Tfhcre, Ho Important daily changes Little or no precipitation indicated. Texas west of Gulf plains: Tempera- tures will average 3-5 digrreea above normal. Normal maximum 92-94. Nor- mal' minimum I 64-67. No importan. dilly changes. 'Little or no precipita- tion indicated except scattered thunder- showers extreme north portion Salur HOME WEATHEE FOR TOURISTS High- LowPrecip Tern. Tem. itation "92 Austin............. 103 Boston............. 73 Brownsville 94 Cheyenne. Wyo. Chicago........... 78 Corpus 96 Bel Rio........... 98 Denver 92 Dodse City 96 El Paso........... 96 Ft Worth 105 Helena, MonL 73 Houston ...........100 Jacksonville........ 87 Kansas City 97 Los Angreles........ 92 Memphis 9i New York city-..... 7' Omaha Williston, N: D..... 65 72 71. 71 (52 70 70 75 73 76 56 Registrants Go fit Five Classes cause of civilian occupation (ex- cept II-C: Registrant deferred be- cause or agricultural occupation. III-A: Registrant Svith depend- ents. CLASS IV. IV-A: Registrant who has com- pleted service; sole surviving son. IV-B: Officials deferred by law. IV-C: Aliens. IV-D: Minister of religion or divinity student. IV-E: Conscientious objector' opposed to both combatant and, non-combatant training and serv- j ice. Report 'Struggle1 In Third Party, "BALTIMORE, Aug. The Baltimore Sun today said it had been told by a former Wai- iace-for-president leader that .a "struggle" is being fought within the Progressive party. It quoted Rexford Tugwell, chairman of the platform committee, who "t hope Its (the party's) .or- ganization and program will develop way that will per- mit those of us who are old- fashioned "American progres-. slves to go along with It." morally unfit. CLASS V. "V-A: Registrant over the' age IV-F: Physically, mentally, or of liability for military service. OutiUMkuv everyday Wth Light Want Ads telling folks your Wai F-1231 for courteous adwrlter. Light Wants Ads cost little pull big. Dial F4231. HEAR TELEX HEARING AIDS nux HIMIW TELEX HEARING CKMTBB 1. H. REYNOLDS Kit Moore mil. G-8M1 TELEX HEARING J. H. BEXNOLOS. Wl 'Mootf Aitoili, TeXM< M FHKK brochvre Iitw I hear aataraliv! whaterer. riant. Adirui. PEASANT GABARDINES TAILORED COTTONS CORDUROYS SPUNS FLANNELS GLEN PLAIDS for Back To School! ONE LARGE SUITE LEFT! APPROXIMATELY 2700 SQ. FEET Other Smaller Office Spaces LOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE CITY! HERE'S THE The Regional Social Security Of. Which is Now Located in The Maverick Bldg. to Dallas August 31st. MAVERICK BUILDING SEOR6E M. GREEN C-7762 Girls'Coats Values 100% all-wool coats in green, grey, blue, red. Sizes 3 6x and 7 to 14. BOYS1 COATS 4 All wool tweed coats with cap'' to match. Sizes 2 to 6 years. Child's Swim Trunks Values to 29 Infants' Creepers Values to 79' Tots' Robes CHENILLES! In Grayson's Children's Department Girls'; Play Suits Values to 99 Values to '3.99! Save up to half and .more on school dresses! Washable.cottons 1 to 3 and 3 to 6. Buy several! GIRLS' SUITS Regular !7.99 Suits Regular Suifs WONlJEEFUL-jiOOfo AT.L- i FABfelCS. .SIZES S.TO AND 7 TO W Girls'Dresses 99 Worth Brand new falldres- es in plaids, stripes florals. Sizes 1. to 14'years. Girls' Skirts Regular 1 49 Pretty lace trims. In yellow, blue, pink, Sizes. 3 to Sx.
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