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rid of It that it held a session
to fight It In the Senate." the
last nigbt.and called aaothtr early
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Donneu
Sens.
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and Smith
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Ralph tut, 51.yarld " expects a rules committee to act
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administration's
Indiana
landscape
painter
(right), was arrested In his Franklin,
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pealer, weren't Invited to join In
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on It shortly;
Ind., home after opllce said they hsd uncovered a. long record of
tponsnrlng an Investigation resoluTne two bills eeujd be patted by
Including
Jallbrtaki
while
iready
one
now
he was awaiting trial on a murder' the House. In '"several' days' s'ext
tion
for Senate' action.
Charge. Alto shown'are his Wife, Mrs. Jeiite'Lee and an unidentified ' week, along with any'
0
The resolution, setting up a
other meks
detective.. Lee was arrested on. a .charge of escaping from the' ' ur
fund for an Inquiry, Into labor
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Vit mltht ti
-i- ncluding
Johnson County, Indians, jail In Franklin In 18M,
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operation
of the
" irtousQ.memoera uewajiy vote ta
Act won approval yesterday of
a hurry and forego long debate
tha Senate. Bules Committee. It
when,
the promisee, a vacation ,u
previously had been approved by
k
held out to them.
over
Tans
the labor committee
The Idea of Xoute leaders lr that
protests.
the House can recess frem the
a vigorSen; Murray
end of next week.' uaUl the latter
ous opponent of the
part of September, or possibly Oct.
Act, b expected to head the labor
1. It would Bteet only twiee a week;
subcommittee. It would hoM bearto be
with tto legislative
ings and report to Congress by
transacted. It caa't ctut ter.nere
next Jan. IS.
at-- a
time
WASinNQTON. Aug. 11. W-- VT.
AvereU Harrimann, Marshall ?lan than three week-day- s
Two Republicans who didn't go
Ukswut;
Aiken of ambassador to Western Europe, said todav that the U. H "f.ri. unless the senate doe.
along with Toft-Se- ns.
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Vermont and Morse of Oregon, a ".determined, ruthless and persistent" opponent In Russia, and urged
joined eight Democrats la sponsor- full approval 'of the administration's $1,450,000,000 foreign arms pro--.
ing the resolution. Aiken and Morse gram.
"These forces .must
with eauil' determination
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voted against the Taft bill when it
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Douglas of Illinois. Humphrey of
Minnesota, Neely of West Virginia
and Wither' of Kentucky. All opposed passage of the Taft.measure.
If the membership o the investigation committee were drawn sole
ly from among lis sponsors, a
sometimes hippent. Taft aid be
COLORADO CITY, August 10.
had little doubt that the group
would turn up early next year with A school consolidation election has
a report vigorously condemning been set for August 31 In Mitchell
y
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the
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ready
Buford and Seven Wells,
with
commented.
Colorado City Independent dis
MitchiHTo Vott
On Consolidation
Of Schools Aug. 31
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Taft-Hartle.
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trict.
First Cotton Bale
To Be Auctioned
At Colorado City
Recently the county board,
headed by .Charles C. Thompson,
completed annexation of all dormant school districts In the county, as required by the Gilmer- Aiken law. There are now three
districts, Colorado City, Loraine
Independent, and Westbrook Rural
high school district. Buford and
Seven Wells have continued
to
operate primary and
grammar
schools and will vote on the question of annexation.
Westbrook will hold a school
tax evaluation election August 20.
Election to set the school tax rate
e
in Colorado City awaits the
of the pending consolidation
try at the polls.
August
COLORADO
County's first bale of cotInto
ton for 1949 was rushed
Colorado City late Tuesday afternoon. Grown and harvested by
Earl B. Stovall, of the Hyman
was
community, the first bale
tinned by R, B. Golden, Concrete
pounds.
475
fin. and welshed out at
Bringing In of the first bale for
the season will again call for a
Saturday celebration. The cotton
is on display at the town's busiest
corner, and will be sold
tlon. Saturday a 2 p.m. Bob May
For
wui act as saies cner.
Cotton over the county, agrlcu!
Is
turists report, looks at this stage
LAMESA,
Aug.
com
like "Tbe bumper crop for the past
missioners have asked tbe CAA
ten years.'
for a 1105,000 allocation (or a La
mesa municipal airport.
If the CAA should grant the at
lotment, Lamesa would then sub
mit a bond Issue to voters to fi
nance its share. Should It fail, the
allocation would be cancelled. Recently Lamest and Dawson coun
ty,
sold all but 60 acres
of airport property eight
miles
north of here.
CITY,
chell
out-com-
at-a- uc
$105,000
Lamesa
Airport' Requested
11-- CUy
Deathless Days
In Big Spring Traffic
600
10 WAYS TO BEAT HEAT ISSUED
BY NEW YORK SKIN SPECIALIST
NEW YORK, Aug. 11.
(A-S-
dies.
hed
that goldle, Collie, and keep
cool
the way they do in Brooklyn.
For the 37th straight year. Dr.
Charles f. Pabst, chief akin specialist at Greenpolnt Hospital, issues his 10 ways to beat the beat,
He was Inspired, be said, by yes-- i
teroiy's 9S.7 temperature.
litre are ur, raosrs jo
hot weather rules:
1. Avoid exertion and strenuous
exercise.
2. Wear thin, loose clothing. Says
Dr. Pabst: "Girdles are an abomibecause
nation In hot weather
they prevent 'large 'portlsns of the
skin from their function of cooling
the body."
3. Drink, eight or more glasses
of water and put a pinch of salt
in three of them. Tom Collins!
Well get to them later.!
4. Get eight hours of sleep nightly.
X Avoid worry and excitement,
Don't argue wttJi your buabaad, la--
I
6. Keep air circulating In your
room and olflce. An electric fan
helps tbe skin shed heat even If It
dpesn t lower room temperature.
J, Take cool not cold
baths
often. Borrow an old Chinese trick
and let cold water drip onto your
wrists, very coollnr, Dr. Pabst
says.
8. Avoid direct rays of the sun.
especially if you are a bellophobe
a person whose skin reddens and
bums never tans. Dr. Pabst says
be'a one too.
9. Reduce calories In your diet.
GUI down oo tats and leave that
candy alone. Try fruits and vegetables instead.
10. Now about that Tom Collins.
Dr. Pabst says: "Remember, alcohol makes you more sensitive
to sunstroke, If you drink, do it In
the shade."
.Okeb, gfrU.grab a glass and left
relax unaer that tree that grows in
Bfeekkrs.
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early successes.1
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did'
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Travelers were
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paisenjfer ...train
cnanget.
that These take effect, at,'
ea ny Kussia, and added:
"I am today convinced
through the actions we have taken
and are proposing to take, the
maintenance of peace and freedom
Is within our reach."
Harrimtin, who once was ambas
sador to Moscow, seid It Is his
conviptlon that U. S. security "can
be .Immeasurably Increased" by
arming (he military forces of western Europe.
"In looking at the world today,
I feel that W9 need slrnno nrf
vigorous partners of like mind and
intention." HarrJman said. "The
North Atlantic Treaty gives us this
association. They are vigorous
people, but they need help in rebuilding their strength."
Harrlman said there must be no
delay In sending American arms
and military equipment to the
North Atlantic Pact nations. He
added:
"II Me puttrff action on the
assistance today, or reduce
it materially, doubts might well
ailse again; the subversive elements, the appealers and those who
would rely on neutrality would attempt to undermine the present
determination and confidence."
alerted-ieda-
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Kew amraunttleB, la the
JuritdWieaal auWer. . Mopped wetfc
the T
against disease spreading iateett SerrtM,
eompaay: aaJttlM ettar Merge Creek ptott.
a
bceffltsavallable here. next week. VataVkAS TaaaatVV BM kk AaaiaMauJ asm aaaAasW
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WASHlNaTON,Auf.ll.W-ok--
P, Patlertoa, the termer secre
tary of war who la IMS gara a
pretest ordfr lor 169
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bofflbtrs, ttkf today thait U
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aha
aeueav told the ReuM Armed gertw
Ices Commltteo he n Mt otlytt- ea ny.jawrett la any of' the
connected With! the
Aireraft'Co:, whleh builds
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the
The committee is trying to find
out why the Air Jorce hu puthed
the B--J. Tbe tenulry ttarted' after
Hep. Van Zandt
made a
speech in tha House, la, which. ht
critlcUtd.the progrcm, and aaidt
a--
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who want .to ask a lot of tsUont,"
Patterson said
hand In getting tha cemoaar a
tract for the first, two experiments
i raoueis w isv new
he-als-o
leaa-raM-
aircraft ta.lMl... v.cv ,
The ships had not been' tested, he
told the committee, and1 the plop.
lag of the order under the clreum-- j
unuusi."
tunces.wsi
"I: was shocked when I came to
war
ana found
yeparuneat
hi
bow. weak wa were la the air." Pat
terson said. '.'Ourair power pre--.
gram wts largely a piper pro
'
gram."
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weuaj aavF.
The tWfieuMy ""ar'ete-'erer--m ereei eoner
atsataiaai xiaat'U avai
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tpefcetmaa ,fer tat1 MUarMtktn a tow, to II tad provided'
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BoUermtkert 'askedVJot a deal-ile- ifTlivtag bMslc,
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tslfsflsiaBni
RTWlini
twa Mekett. They state the rteb
apptarel twtoa
ll uafair to ua4oa Irea werhew.r mjm aa aa.aares
There wit no vWeaee: .'g'i I
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werkera were perfectly! fceatved,
Uatoa' afflelak Were due ta; an :Tw' rau eaila wara Wliittlj 'tat' '
rive hero todays A rtpreaeatauvt dey, eaaeaa lattiia to tatat tltt b
ia'tha
of the eoatraeter stld ftat,Hwe What nAki( k
arafeUowtag uaka aroeedara 1MI Iiahar Catataattee set failhet eetar
per aeac; This strike, U jwrMte-- t4erttoa aad Mtekr ea ttotf''
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by union workers thesitelvet.' . ,taRattssPfjaI eraepsja
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ExcavaUea work for the TBiCO featiemat
Jpwtawa(taj
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completed at Lake Colorado CHy MaUiAar. Mat tkaal ftattv veto af
on Morgaa ereek. Workert 'were
Oa storreit etV.yetoraar..-14- i
beginning ateti'worK wkaair the
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It wttL. announced , that ' the DDT
most likely to toluUon It avaUable an day Monthe Initial day
or: me arrival day, to any Big 'spring oitlee,
s'
store at
of westbound at the
Wett TWrd' ateeetThete deNo. 7 win arrira at S:Majn. siring
asked to
"
(insted of S;50 a.m.) and,win. bring the solpttea.am
eontslners.
!
t 3:50 a.m. Westbound No. Tbe DDT
coating It for' iuf.es
1 will arrive at 3:05 p.m. (Instead
of 3 p.m.) and will depart at 3:15 screen doors, garbage cant and
places, and
other
p.m. (instead of S:io p.m.)
Eastbound No. wUl continue ta may be applied with brush, raa
arrive at 9:30 a.m. and depart or other applicator. One applica
at 9:C p.m. But eastbound No. tion is euecuve tour to five
.e!!n.c"!ed hrpjJP; trll months.
...,M UIHWt U.S UBH BCUCUIUV
10:S5 p.m. (instead of 10:10 p.m.)
Spring Livestock
and departing at 11:10 p.m. (in.
Still
stead of 10:30 p.m.) G. W. Dab-neticket agent, cautioned pas
continued
Market
sengers on me esny morning west
Wednesday at toe weekly sale of
bound schedule advance.
Big
Spring Livestock Commisthe
sion company.
OWNER SEEKING
A good ran of cattle, some 350.
contributed to the atrencth. Around
STOLEN COON
50 hogs went through the ring, "
seen any stray animals laterat built went to 18.00) fat
cows from' 14.50 to 18.50: butcher
ly
Llge Sparks, Colorado
City, cows from
notified local police last night
Fat butcher calves ranged from
that he l potted $25 reward
'Blocker tteert , were
for the return of a pet baby firm at
and
ttocker
'coon stolen from htm yeittrday. betters went up to 20.00. Top hogs
moved out to 23.50,,'
pro-ros-
(tvi),
Oen. Omar Bradlty; Army Chief of Stafff Om. Heyt VaMwMwt, 'AJr , Pent
.Dewey Shert (R.Me) Rep Ctrl VliHtn
Army SstrtHry OerttonOreyt Sen. JMHItTysflMi
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Dftnie Uniteriteratary Stephen
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White '
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affect pasiengerson
is me aavaneeraint.
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when" the tomb! explodbetween Nagasaki, (ho aec-etIbaaaTittinarc. Tba Stata Depart-man- feud Japaaeae matrepolla to feel the
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mental farra; . , ?. Tt
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the "City M'esce.'- -' Tbe i Since thai day,' her lias.- - planted
aVvaaWHm la Europa jwWeh oaly
gardens as close
to Um( Diet, andtho produc-vlnaaaaMlliahlolo- ''aoMlU 'kd
bM, M diepute.went
yards fonvtho'.actual'seene oi'the
laglakitors worked out
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title, and Nagasaki was given the first year of olantlna breusbt bo
& "i
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but. not fruit, and the third
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proved tba arrangement, ,wtth'even
Nagasaki,-EmperOn a'vtait to
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botanist,
asked furuno, three ones.
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nouneed that he IHt'tbe alternate
tlons; a rate siege of verbosity for
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requwao awpi- - ed'here." ho sld., adding "lllro- - pared'with Hiroshima mo. because
WJJ tad M burM KM
mWUry,elty:,for no similar experiments. are being
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FALSI TIITH
contractor In the area
Uei a yeartl-tno- it
all rough bush' tracks In tome
of tba world'a moit tpartely popu
lated cobb try.
Only (Mr, yeara ago the postal
authorities 'dispensed with pick
horses In Un North Klmberleya
area. In' tba monsoons! season
these horses often had to fight
through floods, plod through deep
mud, swim swollen rivers.
go SO miles to deliver
halt a dozen letters," But air serv
ices have bow taken such hazards
out' ot JnsJl deliveries In many
norm.
parts or Australia
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Even fish are doing their bH to tee what exposure to
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atom laboratories, revealed by the the delicate sheaths 'which surround dosage received, by the first genAtomic Energy Commits Ion's nerve' cells are affected. And sev- eration ot rainbow trout, the more
progress report to Congress, shows eral generations of salmon, and descendants will die or develop
rainbow trout are under study to
j modern Jtoah's Ark.
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atoms extensively at the Bikini
tests, where goat, pigs and cow
radio-activ-
were placed aboard thcjarget
entps to see how tney would fire
In the blaiU. Since then. AEC's
Ui or animals hat been greatly
increased and now also Includes
work nn bugs, fish and birds.
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among other things, they've been
putting tiny lead shields around the
rats' endocrine glands, and exposing them to radiation. Endocrine
glands furnish some vital juices to
the blood ot both rats and humans.
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out they died quickly. This study
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in treating persons who are only
partially burned by radiation.
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technique involving hornets. The
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points near an
key
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atom reactor, the scientists have
been able to detect
leaks long before they could be detected bv Gelger counters.
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who were
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With $75 Million And At Age 80,
Mike Benedum S till A Busy Man
By JAMES L. HOLTON
By The Associated Press
A restless itch
PITTSBURGH.
to discover oil keeps Michael L.
on the jump even
Benedum
though he has piled dp an estimated $75 million and has Just passed
his birthday.
erect and agile and
Benedum
"too busy to grow old" personally directs the two biggest projects
of his fabulous prospecting career.
One is In the Tundra of Northwestern Alberta. Canada, and the
ot the Gulf
other- - In
of MexicorBut "Crcekology" a hunch-plu- s
common sense method he. developed while plodding the streams ot
has
his native West Virginia
been abandoned in favor of modern
electronic devices and even
Canada, Colombia and Romania,
pleasant and
the
man who successfully defied the
budding petroleum monopolies at
tho turn of the century says he
employs his spare time in "relaxa
tion," which he explains, this way:
"There are new things to be
learned every day, When I'm not
CALVES NORMAL
"Forty-nin- e
of the 50 cows have
involved in oil problems I try to
produced calves, all of which are
catch up with everything that's goaays.
total
report
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the
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on around me in Other fields,"
normal."
of 57 calves have been produced
Benedum
who is s democrat,
and 48 are on hand. One of the
ie and obliging as the cob driver
exposed!
exposed bulls was breoVto
and charwomen with whom he
cows and from tnese maungs jj
began hit legendary caJokes
produced.
were
calves
normal
reer as the son of 4a'laimer
There is po evidence up to date
and storekeeper near Clarksburg,
of any adverse effects on the fertiliW. Va. His schooling was equivaty of either the e posed cows or
lent to an eighth-grad- e
education.
bulls."
ills first Job was In a grist mill
autopsy
several
to
planned
It is
for (25 a month, and within five
of the steers for possible internal
years he had
his way up
Benedum Is virtually unknown to managership worked
Injuries and experiments will be
of the mill and had
made to determine If there I dan- outside Pittsburgh and the oil in- amasied (500 in savings.
dustry. Yet he has been one of the
ger In eating the meat of such
He banked the money, and It
most Important men In recent Itv
man
"regarded
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history
and
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nahs'uXuched
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men In America.
His politeness in offering a aeat
He came by his nickname, "the nn a train to John W. Worthing-ton- ,
greatest wildcatter of them all,"
superintendent ot the South
during some 40 years of discover- PenO Oil Co., was the act which
SPORTING GOODS
ing new oil fields on three conti- launched Benedum's career in oil.
nents.
Wortbington gave the vnungster
Garbage Cans, 20 gal .... 2.95
Benedum celebrated his 80th a job, snd the latter responded with
govern
200
16
July
birthday
Some
4.95
Navy Hammocks
a short, but meteoric rise within
ment, industrial nnd civic leaders tne flrm
Folding Cots, nica 3.95 and 4.95
gathered In Pittsburgh to do him
A few ears later, Benedum de2.95
Mosquito Nets
honor.
cided up strike out (or himself. Not
NOTHINO TO FEAR
long afterward he met up with
Navy Life Praitrvars .... MS
"We have nothing to lear from Trees and formed the partnership.
Kapok Boat Cushions .... 2.95 Ihe future, ' he told the gathering.
The Benedum-Treecombination
"Things aren't so oood rWht now. opened up the great West Texas
Llfa Rafts, 5 and 7 man 29.50
I suppose But If we can Just look oil fields known as the Permfan
100
Oars Wood, ntw pr
a little beyond these rouph nm
Basin and the rich Ploestl area in
end keep faith In our country we'll Romania, target of a memorable
Fish Bags, ware 95c now .. .59
through
all
rlvbt.
come
raid by American bombers during
2.45 to 195
Trot Lints
"When I look back' over the last World War II.
169
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30 or 40 years at tho changes that
Many times during these pioneerespecially the ing years Benedum risked his
have tqken place
.25 to 195
Fishing Polts
great Industrial strides we've tiken mounting fortune
Air Condltiontrs,
more than
I began to think
in this country
But vimehow the "great wildcat20
off.
mavbe I'm older than Methuselah ter" always seemed to make big
too
guess
to
busy
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"But,
I'm
ger
assortment,
aij richer discoveries.
from
Luggage, largt
grow old "
the former
He and his wife
3.95 to 18.95
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Tho bespectacled octogenarian Sarah Nancy Lantz whom he mar- Tants Almost any size
spends eight or more hours
uve alone, except tor
rfed in 1895
. . .69
TSh'rts, Navy type
day poring over charts, maps and servants, in their Mil top mansion
opera-avery bucket
other data on his
Grryitone. Their only child, a aon,
Dutch Paints
lions In his 15th Boor downtown died in his youth.
guaranteed . . . check with us
Pittsburgh
office.
on these low prices
There he directs tho organization '
which began on a
u
tcsitllvlH wiuj UJ laic
Trees, 49 ears ago and since has
carried Its bits and derricks Into
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Ohio
Pennsylvania West Vtr?ini
WILLIAMS AIB FORCE BASE.
Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico,
Ariz. uftAn escapee from a Nazi
labor hattsllon who dugulsrd him
self as an American soldier to get
to the United State, l now see
ond lieutenant in the U. S. Air
Force The oun( man Is BonvoJ
Kubelka, late of Czechoslovakia.
He received Ms gold bars and
silver wings as a Jet fighter pilot
Invaded
Germans
When the
Czechosloi akla they permitted Kubis
to
continue
medical
belka
(August- Only)
studies at the University of Prague
1942.
was
be
Then
tent to
until
iBstall new, genuine Ford jibton rings, Install sew bead
a munitions factory near Berlin
Three years later he escaped and
and pan gaskets, 5 quarts new motor oil, clean out
made his way to Paris. He tried
to enlist mi the United States Army
carbon, clean and adjust spark plugs, labor. Com
but was turned down He werit to
Le Havre embarked on a Ut 8.
plete Job only.
troop transport,
Kubelka cleared himself with the
U, 6. Immigration and Army authorities by reporting of Ellis is
land. A short time later be waa
released and 03 Dee. IS, 1M3, was
sworn in aa a private in the U. S
Air Force. A year later be was
promoted la corporal, and received
bis U S. citizenship papers A' 'he
Harrison Air Force
in Flori311 Main '
PbeseeSS
da he was pronioted to sergeant.
His application tor pilot training
was accepted.
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CORPUS CHRIST!, Aug. 11. tf)
MEXICO CITY, Aug. .11. Uh -Youthful football stars trom over
Eight Mexican senoritaa are
the nation itirt moving Into Corto Odessa, Tex,, to compete pus Chrlsti next week for the first
bv the .Ni.Uonal AAO tVomaas annual NaUonal High School
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It the first such Mexican girls letic plant, the night of Aug. 27.
Latin awaits. an auspicious day, to earn to compete
Htrold R. (Red) I Drew, coach ot
abroad, and
Alabama, and Willie Walls, coach
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will tutor the squads. Drew's will
her birthday cako .and other ing the fares,
Hch foods, aa She' ho s been patient The aquad Includes Esther Villa-Io- take In 23 boys trom east of the
la her training and waiting for the
national
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aea to aettle down. ',
from West of that stream.
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yard hurdles champion who wurp
Her
Mota Slmms. football chairman
coach,AHarry Boudaklan, run in the. 100 yard dash:
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says she will. 'so,' Intp. the water Atrumt, Mexico's beat In the Etta
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Chi- -
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NaU, lUts by Charlie Krext. Eddie
Malono and Herb Adams, plus a
wild Ditch by Dliry Trout, cave the
Whlte.'Sox three 10th IraUtig runs
ead?ja. win tor Micaey uaeiner.
'The Brooklyn Dodgers and St
Louis' Cardinals
remained dead
locked for the first place in the Na.
the Jourtn
tional League for
straight day. The Brooks needed a
by jacaie
run
ninth inning home
Robinson with one on to beat PhilThe Cards,
adelphia's Phils.
pitching of Lefty
behind the
deciAl Braile, took an easy
sion from Cincinnati.
Southpaw Warren Spahn turned
in his ltth victory as he pitched tha
Boston Braves to .a 4 1 triumph
over the New York Giants and
Doyle Lade pitched the Chicago
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round ruth with a sustained attack that made Gus' knees buckler
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three rounds until the fifth when
Gus landed a stiff right hand.
former
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Emrd for he may be with you for a long,
Charles has sold himself to New long time.
poor lot ot It is bard to crltlciie Charles
York as the best ot
heavyweights
for his performance In stopping
The Jean Cincinnati .Negro sUll Lesnevich. Certainly, he was hit
lacks New York State recognition and hurt when Durable Gun shot
as wotld heavyweight champion his bolt In his only flurry ot the
liut he rules the 47 state under fight In the sixth round. But
the NBA, Most of the 16.300 swel Charier fought back gamely untering fane who saw him make der fire. At the end of the next
Gua Lesnevich surrender at the! round. Gut' manaeer. Joe Vella.
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Yankee Stadium, seemed willing to stop it
accept him. The next move Is up
The International Boxing Club,
to Eddie Eagan, chairman ot the promoting its first New York fight
Stale Athletic Commission.
since buying out Mike Jacobs,
Maybe, It's, best to hold off until must have dropped a bundle on
winCharles meets the
Ihe show which grossed only 75,- ner of the
and slip 833 plus M7.500 for radio rights
vague Bruce Woodcock-Le- e
Savold
Lesnevich took uch a slashing
'title" fight In London. That's i around the eyes that It may well
what Eagan plans to do. But for. have been his last fight,
all practical purposes, Charles Is
The flsht went lust as It figured,
With Charles absorbing early pun- the champ,.
The doubting Thomases who still Ubment but opening the old Bear
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Joe Louis. Brother, there Just ain't
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game between, the Yankees and
Red Sox, lo .Boston. The Sox had
drawn first, blood Tuesday, wine
ning the "first of the
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let
get back'ln the running.
rally In ,tho top ot
A three-ruthe sevmth, highlighted by Hank
single, hid given
Bauer's two-ru-n
the Yankees a, 1 edge" over Joe
Dnhinn. Ktanhani rllnnerf YanVaa
SKarter Ed.Lopat for his 28th bom-- 1
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mnice ii.
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New York Yankees, should be
leading the American League to-
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Coaches Gather
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HURLING IATTLE
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Streak But Fails To Take Fourth
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A pitchers baMt Items
Steer park tetrlsjhl as Fat We.
say's tie 'Spring Irenes seek
their Itth victory in M start
against jht Odessa oilers,
'Massy probably wltt sjeeenel
Forsan and T. M. Dunn, New upon Righthander tart Oarcla
Caney, who will handle the grid as the locals try to Improve ehtlr
sextet, and A. C, Teter, Dar record against the Odtssan.
rbuzett, and Hubert Parks, Tar
Oarcla, one ot the most success
tnfflnn. hMtkrthfttl mentors.
ful Brent moundsmen In recent
Films will be shown the coaches weeks, owns a 3 wen and lost
tonight at the Settles. Class-roo,
work Friday' gets underway at 9:30, record.
Either Jest Grlmss er Kay
p.m. There'll be demonstrations ton
the Forsan field at 4 B.m., Friday Knoblaugh Is expected to tell
night, the entire group will be host for the Oilers. Orlmii, who hss
won II while losing 7, hat tri
ed at a barbecue on the Cosden
lease at Forsan, at which timo the umphed over the B rents three
Forsan Service club will do the timet this season, while Knoblaugh has won six and lost ID.
serving.
Football squads so into train
ing for their respective games this
afternoon. The East aouads will
train at Sterling, the West at For
san.
Foot
Tbs
ball Coaches ; association
atagci
lta lint coaching clinic beginning
at the Settle at S p.m. today but,
for Bis Serine, it't familiar ituff.
tot the third time'. Big Spring
la hotting the ichool, which annually attracta between 75 and 100
coaehei and officials of the abbreviated iport from throughout Tex
as, In 18T and '48, the American
Business
club sponsored
the
count, but the coaches organized
in IMS and obligated themselves
with the taak of planning the clinic.
That year'
school will
be
highlighted by
football
and basketball games. The cage
classic, which, like the
grid
game, pits the East against the
West, will be played at Starting
City Friday night. The football
game is scheduled for the For-aa- n
field tomorrow night-Joh- n
Prude, president of the
will preside at all sessions. Prude, from Fort Davis, is
one ot West Texas' best known
athletic personalities.
Chief Instructor will be Don C.
Burton ot Morgan County
high
scnooi, west uoerty, Ky. Burton
will give lectures on fundamentals, conditioning, offensive and de
fensive football as well as basket
ball and baseball during his staj
here. ,
Other lecturers who will
be
heard Include Mike Drumbelow of
Midland, Dr. Rhea Williams - of
the Texas Interscholastlc league.
Chesney McDonald of Sterling
City and the four coaches of the
jill-stteams, Bob Honcycutt of
Six-Ma-
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DtHat
11-- 5.
other,
8-- 7
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In
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Fort Worth,
Jones
and Jake
batted San An
victory over Tulsa,
tonio to an
The Eagles touched three Beaumont pictures of rten hits, one a
three-ru-n
homer by new shortstop
Clyde Parry and another by BUI
Serena.
Four singles and couple ot errors helped Oklahoma City score
the fivo big runs and erase the
lead Houston had built on three
runs in the first Inning oft four
walks, an Infield hit and a fielder's
'
choice.
Jones drove in six runs with a
6--5,
Lloyd
CHICAGO. Aug. 11. U1
Mangrnm and SamSnead, current
ly goua nouest tourney,, nvais,
continue their sniping today, la the
first round of Tarn O'Shanter'' feature event
tho $35,060" "world
championship."
They head a list of 66 pros shooting for a $10,000 winner's purse to
medal play which wladsup
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IMangrum and Snead stele 'the
Pro
show Jn the Tarn
Meet which ended Tuesday. Man--.
grum repeated aa champion with
a
tout of 276 1Z under par.
Snead missed a three foot putt on
the last hole to take second with
Still moving with a panther-- ,
like grace, the retired champ
drew the biggest hand of the
'night as he walked around the
ring last night before the
Charles-GuLcsnevlch
battle at Yankee Stadium.
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Beau-men-
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retirement.
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NEW YORK, Aug. 11. Ml
Joe Louis watched hla hand
picked successor defend the
heavyweight title for the first
time "and then "declared that
he has'nb plans to come out of
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the first eHvbten of the Texas
League Wt Bat,
Oklahoma Cky raided far fire
rata in the top of the ninth to edge
e
Hetteien.
and atay h
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ahead ef Dallas, victor over
S--
Louis Planning
To Stay Idle
aafwd an
Wag atreak last night, but the
Eagle' W4 to bounce back him
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Reynolds, Howze
Wrap Up Laurels
EsrlTleynoUs and Mrs. Thelma
were thr winners In the
llowte
rewomen's slights,
spectively,- of, the weekly,. pulling
tournament at ino'Bis; spring
country club Tuesday vilghl.
Reynolds beat out Speedy Nugent, while Frank
McClcskey
and ,UU Harrington finished--, be
hind tut runaerup in mat orders
Edith Lyle wound up nearest to
Mrs. Howie while Margaret Smith
was ihira la mr bracket. J
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fleabl itd a gram) slam Ksme'
to eark San .ntonlos vktery,
Chartl Grant's Jivej borne rm 4
tlNi senseat provided the wwwsig
margin.
Xuss Burns drove home his ISoHh
run with k doublo In the ilfth, a
new Tulsa club record.
Fort Worth tallied In the ninth
Inning, but fell by. Shreveporfs
wlfinlnn runs canto on Moe Santtv
mauro's second double. In the aev
tnlh Inning.
Fort Worth Manager Bobby Bta-t- n
and Pitcher ClirU Van' Cuyk
argued loud and Jong with Umpire
Milt Steengrate over a liall-an- d
Slrlxe call in the sevenin. Thy
were thumbed but oLtba game.
The aamt teams meet again to-night.
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CHICAGO, Aug. 11. LB
Trouble-shooteof the Rational Collegiate snarpies wno wiu near aown lor
Bobby Leonard led the Forsan Athletic' Association this weekend the boutnxa. They Include Jimmy
American Legion baseball team In will culminate corrective spade-wor- k Demaret. Chick Herbert. Johnny
(he rest
batting during the past season with
on two ranking
problems, Palmar, Mlddlecofi and
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an average of .500.
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Terry Tullen, .364; James Cauble, pliance committee will meet Fri.350; Glenn Barnes, .333; James day and Saturday to review the
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andchslrman of. the Foreign As
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commit
tee, in uis;. auer posiuon, no
has plsycd 'ah Important behind- Lemnltier appeared before the
committee flanked by a score
of senior Army ..officers. They
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rear. These delegations were
headed by two top experts, Dr.
Lloyd V, Berkner and Edward T.
Dickinson, but Lemnltier did
attack: led to the House invest!-gstlo- n
now in progress.
Last' week. Van Zandt wrote
Spaatz reminding him of the
Invitation. Spaatz, who had
a .big hand In the development
and purchase of the
tent the
following reply:
"I note the Aitoona function Is
on Aug. 8. I am now a reporter
and have to bo in Washlngtont to
investigation, becover the'
ginning Aug, P, for-- news msgs-tin- t.
I deeply regret; the circumstances, of which you are very
well acquainted, that make it
impossible for me to accept your
invitation."
STILL ACTIVE
dropMadame Chiang Kal-heped out of sight lost spring following the failure of her mission
to persuade President Truman
to extend more largc-scsl- e
V. S.
aid to her husband's tottering regime. But she Is still fn the y. S..
and still at work. Madame Chiang has an estate near Warren-toVa., a mansion In Washington nnd a large cpartment In
New York. While keeping In the
background, she carries on a
large correspondence urging V.
S. srms and money for the Chinese Nationalists.
n,
most of the talking.
He got off to a bad start by
as
addressing the committee
Uiotigh it were a staff conference
he was briefing. Heavily interlarding his comments with military terminology, he talked at
length about logistics, tsbles of
organization and equipment and
other technical matters,
"Just a moment," finally broke
In Fulton. "Before you go any
further, let's cut out sll the
FLASHES
As
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LemnlUtr replied that an arbitrary price was fixed for the
cost of weapons to be aent to
Europe. These arbitrary figures
have, no direct relation to the
original cost of the weapons.
''Are all the weapons to be
from our surplus supplies?" asked Fulton.
Lemnltier admitted they would
not Also, that Army needs would
require replacement of surpluses
sent to Europe. Further, that as
a result of this replacement, the
actual cost of the European pro-
kaa' hata ia laauasesaUt
Lt
Gen. Joseph T. McNarney
now has for hk office the anteroom of tho Pentagon suite he
once occupied as deputy to, Gen.
Georgo C. Marshall, when he was
army chief of staff. . .Sulphuric
Hep, John Rankin, D., Miss., Is
no longer a member of the House
Activities Committee. But he has an Inside contact
in the committee through Ben
Mandcl, onetime Rankin clerk.
Mendel is still on the committee's payroll and keeps his former toss Informed of what's goe
ing on. Mandcl sees
with Rankin on his race views. .
Following Supreme Court Justice Murphy s death, a group of
top Washington correspondents
were polled on whom they favored for a successor, Resulti 9
of
voles for former Secretary
War Robert Patterson, 2 for Sen.
Joe O'Mahoney, 4 scattering.'
W. Park Kennedy, new head of
the Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen,
assured
President
Truman that the organization
would continue the aggressive liberal policies of tho lato A. F.
on with the same tempo and drive
as Mr. Whitney did," Kennedy
Whitney. "We are going to carry
said. "Our organization will take
a very active part in the 1950
congressional elections for liberal candidates."
HOLLYWOOD,
Aug. 11
Farley Granger, a leading contender to the No. 1 Hollywood
by
bachelor spot ust vacated
Jimmy Stewart, gives advice to
girls on dating.
Young Granger la no green
hand In the date department He
has squired such dolls as Ava
Gardner. Shelley Winters,
Brooks and Ann Blyth.
The lad, who ssys he prefers a
combination of tho glamor girl
gal (there
and the
k such a person?), has some
who
want
advice for femmes
their escorts to ask for a second
dste.
"On the first date," e began.
"the guy Is likely to be a bit
tense. He wants to put his best
toot forward, and the girl should
try to put him at east right
away.
"The girl should dress conservatively. She should look naturaldress to suit her own type
of beauty and personality.
first date la ususUy
"The
spent lust talking;. It'a the couple's chance to get acquainted
and learn each other's interests.
Thsy can decide If they have
enough in common and if they
want to aee more of each oth-
would ber J1.8J0,000,OOO.
Barbara Stanwyck learning to
speak Italian for "East Side,
West Side"... Ann Sotbero shooting friends at parties with her
candid camera.- Deborah Kerr
appearing in a bathing suit for
"Plesse Believe Me" (sharp
looking, too) ..
Capsule Review: "It's A Greet
WB) la lets than
Feeling"
great, but ranks aa good entertainment of a painless sort. Jack
Carson, Dennis Morgan and Doris Day romp through a nitwit
story of supposed lite In Hollywood
with
amusing results.
They are aided by an Imposing
guest
of
stars.
Best
bit:
list
Joan Crawford's satire of
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WORD-A-DA- Y
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Granger compiled a few don'ts
too
for the (Iris; don't talk
much; but be able to converse
intelligently. Don't order the
most expensive dish for dinner;
by
but don't embsrraas him
choosing the cheapest either,"
at the table.
Don't make-u- p
Don'i talk about other dates.
Don't felgu aq Interest In sports
when you know nothing about
them. 'And don't, be emphasised,
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GOVERN-me-
Thk group, or board, will have the assistance of the state, treasury and national defense depsrtments, the Eeonpmlo--' Cooperation Administration, the Senate 'Foreign Relstlons Committee anliht House
Foreign Affairs Committee.
nt
Is digging in to find what to do
In a grand mess.
The mess Is the Far East, where the
Chinese Communists art taking over China.
This haa been a great dlssikr for the
United States since, between them, tha
Russian and Chinese Communkts now
control most of Asia.
Only lsst week the State Department
ksued a "white psper" which said:.
L This country has washed iU hand ot
Nationallsk who were
Chiang
the only opposition the Communists had.
2. Since the Nationalists 'sre no competition any more, the Chinese Communkts
csn take over all China any time they
THE PROBLEM OF TBI t7NITX
StaUa it thk:
With ail China' In the' hsnds of the Chinese Communlsk, and with those Comma
nlstc working with the Russkn Communists, then
Virtually strstsgie areas now controlled
by, or tied In with, the United SUtta
art in easy bombing range of the Comma
nUt-ruEssttrn cpsst of Ask. ,Tbsy..ar
Jspsn, Okinawa, and the FhUlpsjata.
Then there k tho kland of Formosa,
wish.
oft the China coast Thlt once .bslongtd
to China. Tha Japanese csptured it AftWEDNESDAY AN AGED MAN,
J. Leighton Stusrt, flew into er World Wsr H the Allies decided to gtva
Washington with hk head. full of knowledge lt back to China.
This hasn't been aQ ttaled and tttiltd
of China to give what advice bo could."
He's American ambassador to China. yet and kn't supposed to- - bt until the
Although he's had that Job only slneo IMS, Jspsnese peace treaty k signed.
y
Meanwhile, Chiang
whom the
he's lived in China 45 years, mostly as an
educator. He's an expert on China and its State Department doesn't think Is worth
helping, haa madt hk headquartera en
problems.
Secretary ot State Achcson hss created Formosa.
He's reported to have withdrawn 800.060
a apeclal group to figure out what this
country should do about tha Far Eaat, of hk troops from the China mslhlsnd to
which Includes China and the rest of Formosa, and has most ef hk air teres
there.
Ask not in Communist hsnds.
in any trouble which might
Formosa
This group Is made up of three men:
later arise with. Communist China could
Philip C Jessup, an ambasssdor-at-largbe of help to thk country. What to do about
Dr. Everett Case, president of Colgate
that?
University; and Raymond B. Fosdick,
That's another problem for tha special
president ot the Rockefeller Foundation.
Case, now in Europe, will arrive here board to consldsr, in addition to deciding
what thk country ought to do to stop the'
next week. Fosdick arrived here Tuesday.
spread of communism through the rest of
And he. Jessup and Stuart will be putting
Ask.
their heads together.
Kai-shek- 's
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Asia May Be Left To Reds By
Default, fcle President Warns
By JAMES D. WHITE
(For Dewltt MacKenzie)
IN THE MIDST OF A DEBATE ON
how much to spend on arming Europe
Congress paused
gainst communism,
Tuesday to hear a question from another
precinct
President Elpldio Qulrino ot the Philipabout
The Ideal date, he concluded,
is a alraplt bnei "a, companion
sble partner' is the first .requisite.. Then what you do doesn't
matter. Jut do something .you
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both1 like."
Hollywood sights and sounds
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more equal perspective with Europe.
Assuming thst Congress and the American press and public awake to the reality
as Qulrino describes tt, the question ot aiding Asia k likely to boll down to one of
method.
THE TECHNIQUES OF HELPING ASIA
pine Republic asked, in effect, what
Ask?
Qulrino's point was thst Ask will he
lost to communism by detsult unless the
"ssme coursge and vision" is spplied there
thst went into the democrsdc defenses ot
Kurope.
ItHe said Ask must first ot sll help
self, but thst conditions sre so bad that
western technical aid and capital are needed If the Job is to be done on -- time.
Hk sense of urgency, he ssld, had led
Mm to atart a movement toward a union
of Pacific countries against communkm.
It could serve as a reception center for
whatever aid America deddea to extend.
President Trumsn's "bold new program"
counto help economically underdeveloped Tues-dstries Is one wsy thk msy be done.
Secretory of tho Treasury Snyder
asked Congress to get one phsse of this
program stsrted by gusranteekg private
American InvestmenU abroad.
d
PRESIDENT QUIRINO FIRST
when
winter
last
union
Pacific
a
got
the Atlantic Pact Was announced. He
little attention at the time.
To keep his proposal In perspective, it
Uadershlp la
la in order to note that hk
such a movement might well help him
next faU. He faces very
get
sUff opposition.
It's also worth keeping In mind that
the first Asktlc leader towhom he talked
about the Pacific Union was China's Chkng
Tuesdsy he didn't mention Chiang, who hss tost btjtn pktured at pretty
bulwark fey
hopeless at an
the American white ,pajr oa China,'
These are footnotes, and' do apt detract
from the basic validity of Qulrlno'a basic
question: What- - about Ask
He makes it plain that the spread of
communism k forcing thk question Into
art likely to bt different China has shown,
for Instance, that aid like that for Greece,
dumped Into the highly nstiooalktle Asiatic
picture, can result In a deback. Korea
suggests the apparently unbridgeable' gap
that can yawn when tho cold war k allowed to split an ethically coherent people.
No matter bow you bandit' aid; for Asia,
the problem k gigantic and the cost could
come high. The danger of financing a
gravy train k present Just as it waa In
Europe. Asiatics have been in business
even longer and are Just as quick as Europeans tb know a good thing when they
aee It
Nevertheless, history has rjin Ik postwar course to the extent that'Congresa
csn hold up a debate on arming Europe
in order to hear the case for Ask from
President Qulrino.
The Big Spring Herald
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tslk marriage.
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Among writers, the temptation to nta
fancy phrases, technical terms, tovolred
sentences has long been gnat. Edltora
reasoned that it made no differenee-he- w
smart a writer might be, hk composition
were to no avail If subscribers ceuMa,'t
or wouldn't rsad them.
No great miracle can be worked
a
such a broad front overnight,. However,
news reports In general are becomkg
less Involved. They are beginning to tell
sterlet, ta every day conversational ''laa
guagt. They art being framed consciously with the idea of .Interesting rtadera.
It k no easy chore for experienced writ-er-a
to modify individual ityles Into' tha
new pattern, The result sometimes yields
a. clipped and Jerky product. Gradually,
the rough edges era knocked off and
words and sentences flow la taty
on a nsw plant.
After all, words paint mental pictures.
When readers might not havt pictures to
rastch the words, the effort Is in vain. Tho
new style is an effort ot get writer and
reader into a common denominator. And
there's a big word you should have
learned when wrestling with your fractions in the fourth grade. JOE PICKLE.
U. S. Faced With Necessity Of
Doing Something About China
i
Thomas
Ger-sldl-
Lemnltier also disclosed, under questioning tbs( Army Intelligence had greatly underestimated Russian military strength
two years ago. and considerable
doubt exists at to the currency
and accuracy of present information, He sidestepped direct criticism of Army Intelllgeace.but the
Import of hk remarks waa unfavorable,
"There Is a. great, deal of feeling In the country and in Congress," observed Fulton, "that
the military are shsplng our for.
elgn policy. If that is true, It is
not a sound situation."
NOTE: Before testifying. Lemnltier submitted his lengthy prepared discourse to William Fry,
defense department press director, "for suggestions."
POINTED BRUSH-OFLast month. Rep. Jamea Van
Zandt, R., Pa., telephoned retired Ak Gen. "Toeey'' Spaata
invited him to participate In
and
' the centennial celebration of
plck-araef
wmrm, am
"d.
Bachelor Granger Gives
Advice To Bait Date'
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gram
depsrtment's
Hollywood-Bo-b
Lemnltier came to an abrupt
halt. Fulton pointed out that
Lemnltier was addressing the
foreign affairs committee, not the
armed services committee.
'What we want to know," he
said, "Is bow this arms program
waa woiked out. How did vou
arrive at this
the defense
new "unJflcstlou
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PHARLESTON. W. Va,. un-the .locksmith's wife do when he U busy
picking locks?' She picks locks herself.
Thai It, U she Is like Mrs. Madelyn Judy,
attractive, wife of Charleston locksmith
Reaburo Judy
He" itkes to recall that ahortly after
their msrrlsge. before he knew
faleat, be left her la charge of the' shop
vAHt he was out on a Job4 Four .allegedly
Pa., Van Zaaet'aj-bem- t
jptokfreof locks Wert in the' ahop at the ,
tewa. Spaata. ako a Pttussylvan-latfaaa'. When he returned they were
promised ta try' to come,
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Van
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weeks
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4A tot .of vtealt come Into the shea' , Zaadt,
Navy reserve captain,
With kcks they want picked aad ak for
blasted Air Secretary Stuart
my husband," the said, "They scem,isur- ByatMCtea ' aad .demanded
waea 4 teu ueaa. I can do IV
procurement. The
probe of
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bm gsaatett meaeuret 'American powy. .arooms jn rraacertsatjis we nrooras.
aeld ta;Fr.hce,
mm alwart to bt handled as the E.C.Ai
la, Morocoo,
wu fovernmew. rnun these sold
naaatea.
iwaa
inose. aold'taJPo- rrvtatoat eottepte. under the weight of land, Athoie soldln"CiecholovaklaT Do
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..At various' times. Senator McKellar also
sIm Earopeaa. Reeovery Program, Xolf. implied Uhst' Hoffman; was a liar, urged
:gaaa arawa hk greatly Inadequate govern' klm to resign,' and rather
"TOtat aalsry for dlreetlng the vast, effort blm with encroaching on the Senatorial
io pat Europe oatta feel But for tVo last 'prerogative of declaring war on France,
Ik moaths.'ht has had' to torgetabout
But theblt abbutibrooms wSs particularly
Cartyt, and spead Ws; whole, time playing significant,-- because this McKellar passion
lebaytet. "
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for statistics on European lirOom conOa'a" rtttah ttUmate, he hat spent all sumption was of course 'aroused by a
aaeat .two house of every, workkf broom r manufacturer somewhere in Tenjday etaet Im begtoategof the Cprigrts-pMoaa-lf nessee. This Is one of the great features
session, la the committee v rooms,, of the Senate Appropriations Committee.
hwA anterooms f the Senate and House,'. - Its. members are supposed to see to the
have most
wen.: like fltlinrti
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progri'm
E.C.AV
to the Interests of special groups to whom.
fwmed 'W'malia
m mi 'fniunuiiijr' nipimiii;, , ,uiey jcci jinuuiy.
wtw.im
With the posslblo exception of Senator
aiaaeltolfMaa aad hie woordlaatH have
had ta fcutMy tattr arsfram, Kern' by Kem's
free enterprise amendsteal,' to aa mm than tour aueeetslve' com-ltt- ment, every one of the amendments that
Ralatteas. .rjearly crippled the E.C.A, represented
fre (tostato rorelga
Cttaaatttoe, the Mtuet Foreign
Affairs thf efforts of, a Senstor or Senators to
Caaasaittoei tat Keaet Apprsariatltat curry favor yrltb. a minority groupvAnd
OHtualttot. aad. tht Staalt AprJHlstks , this phenoHieBonlls by no moans llmlts'd
to our peat' foreign policy enactments.
4 It W'saatkiag taaugfa that tavthlgheat Seaaier' Bridges and; his friends have
jaaeetjtto'ea'af tat most fanporUat govern-ane.used their' positions oa'tht Appropriations
ta earn sfeeaM have to do Jobs of " Committee, for example, to. please the
thlt aart to taitdrupUtato, Oae.tx?lanaltoi power Interests by cutting', the gluard out
t ay ptadraai lewtat to bt eaeugh. But ot'tba. Bsttonal, pow.er program- - The' tenM.'dawarlaktJtitotoraWt that honors ble dency It growing constantly, for the apiad hardworkiag.eHIclals should bt
propriations' committees and especially
pert of thing Haffeiai. and' the Senate committee, (o cripple great
kit aaktraiaatot met, with la the Seoste. 'national policies by this sort of, bole and
corner ' legislating. Vice President Berkf Tha P. E.C.A.. iUH
fciii
ley's '.ruling- - that the crippling
E.C.A
4;Jhie let of ataAMy and reaction. When amendments were but of order, represents
were not being bullied vb ;Wherry, pf a temporary check. But the Congress as
34earaaka, or badgered by Bridies of a wnoie must assert itself It tha approprla- ftw Xampehirf. or sniped M.by jjcarik lions, committees arato be brought back
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Goyemmeet by
?ameat hteKellar treatment Doting and
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sg are ta two aaecUlUea'of the good enough:, If, the" Congress does not
Asareael4Uoat CommlUee'a ag
set tU house la order, (he country will,
avtatualiy have to" pay a heavy penalty.
Wo. cannot always get.by by the skin
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Lyman D, LemnlUer encounter,
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elgn Affairs CommlUco bo the
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other fields' art turning aroore critical
eye upon their prose. You msy not' have
noticed it, but unconsciously you have
sampled the fruits.
Tha most pretentious effort has been
madt by the Associated Press, the world's
letding news agency. The AP always has
been recognized or its dependability and
wide coverage. For years lt wss admitted that some other services and particularly some of the news magazines
were doing a much better Job of writing.
The good old AP style was somswhat
stilted. It wss ponderous, Sometimes lt
was downright boring.
Editors complslned to aggressively that
AP did something about it It employed
the services of an expert He analyzed the
AP report and what he found made Jilzn
wince.
At a' result, hs adopted a formula for
simpler writing. For one thing, be. said,
sentences should be shorter. For another,
he aald that use of long and Unfamiliar
words should be avoided. Use of personal
words like him or her, BUI Jones, etc.
words,
wert advised. Simple,
particularly nouns and verbs, were to bt
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the North Atlantic Tart with arms'
aM (o He. Europeaa .memhers ta asethtr
yreatitUea, Out" fey oat .the Bttlta'i
have taken
and military
Hit wttatM ttaael ta iW hehaU. Their arfu J
'meat heiisdewa to aomethlar Uko'thlsi
A shadow hsags over Westers Europe,
Western Europe his plenty of. manpower,
to fight Jf stUcked. but unable
traW
to; 4e ao because they Uck arms, This'
vary weskness Jnvltes attack. Since" outflrttjtee ef defease is the. Rhine, It hi.
hoeves us to tea that our frleaae have
arms, A Europe, even halfway prepsred
lUelf k a aeterreat.to attsek;
therefore the streaglheateg f Europe- - in
a ktBttary aeaac le.vHai to osr national
Mtoty tad we4f are.
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Girls' Attend Camp
At Big Spring Park, Visits Made
Mr. aed Mrs. Mason Cos4m asal
STANTON, Attf. It
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CalHarsia,. Washtogton,
Oregon.
YeUewrtoae National park1 and
Big Spring park where they wfll Colerade, While la Colorado, they
evening. vlelted In tfee home et Mr, and
earn
uaUl 'Friday
Jto&tasen, who are
Ranaed activities lor toe camp Mrs. TBorBum
femer i residents ot Stanton.
win tnewd sirimBilaf.canN.aad
Leroy Gregg and Jack Cook kit
group stegteg, handcraft and the Sunday for San Antonio where they
maklag ot cover far a friendtklp WH1 .be stationed following a two
spot. Merlin County girls getag week 'furlough home With, their
parents.'Mr.
Mrs. Lewis Greet
Vert Wills, Jean Carllle, Betty ana Mr. anaand
Mrs, J.
coek.,.
Bennett, Sue Strand, Faye Nell
Mr. and Mrs. nevliGreeg and
Landers, Jessie Hulk Overby and son Larry ot Cisco are 'visiting In
the home of hit' parents', Mr. and
Colleen Langly.
Mrs, IWM Grceg.
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Mr. and Mrs. Rex Nichols and
ess, Ronald and Wendell of Lot Teen-Ag- e
Angeles, Calif, have returned home
following a visit with their aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Penny
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hit bride of five minutes, Gloria Ulrlcfc McLean, fsce tke' crlwd
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By
We're watched with Interest the
exchange ot pros and cons from
yarlout people, local and national,
concerning the recent letters written by Eleanor Roosevelt and
Francis Cardinal Spellmari, Arch
bishop of New York.
Both writers state that they believe in religious freedom
and
of
equal opportunities for all
America's children.. Sifch beliefs
on the part of all people are necessary in the .building of a real
democracy. But It seems to us
that federal aid to education is
not necessarily a religious question. It seems to us that the cardinal was saying that simply because tome one is taxed for-- a
service they should receive it. But
bow many church members, especially In the Protestants groups,
contribute to offerings, portions of
which are used in the field ot education, and never make an attempt to Interest their children 'in
the church schools which they are
way.
supporting In a material
They are spending money for. the
education ot other people's children and no one 'considers It unjust. Church schools are available
for the children to attend, it Is Up
to the children and their parents
to decide where education should
be sought
The same principle applies in
regard to state schools. Citizens
rvtaxed for the support of the
public schools, they may attend
uch schools, but the attendance Is
voluntary. It seems to us that the
Important question Is not so much
what Is available, but whether or
riot all people are free to take advantage of available opportunity.
students prefer the
It church-goinadvantage of the public schools,
they have the opportunity to do so.
If they prefer the church supported schools, they have that 'opportunity alio. Real education Is education whether it Is provided by
the church or the state. But it
se'ems to us that public schools
are the public's responsibility and
the church schools, the churches'
responsibility. Both
educational
opportunities should be open to
all who seek them. We agree with
Mrs. Roosevelt
that parochial
means any school organized by
any sectarian group and not exclusively a Roman Catholic School.
In this sense, we doubt that few
really
Protestants or Catholics
want to be taxed for funds to prod
to
vide aid
schools other than those of their
own faith. We- - think this would not
only be true in Protestant-Catholi- c
situations, but also In the many
divisions of the Protestant church.
we
.Being a church member,
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Patricia Martin
Is Named Honoree
In Norman Home
COLORADO
CITY. Aug, 11 (Spl)
Complimenting Patricia Martin,
ot Jlmmie L. Holman of
wat
Corpus Christ, a gift tea
given in the Colorado City home
of Mrs. J. D. Norman.
Also serving as hostesses for the
shower were Mrs. H. E. Grant- land, Mrs. Ed E. Williams, Mrs,
Arnel B. Smith, Mrs. Joe Armstrong and Mrs. John E. Watson,
Guests were greeted by Mrs.
Norman who presented the hon
oree, her mother, Mrs. Samuel
Arlle Martin and sisters, Peincess
Martin of Dallas and Mrs. Jack
D. Warson. Jr.
and
Assisting Mrs. Grantland
Mrs. Williams in the dining room
wss Sarah Norman. The refreshment table was laid with a handmade cloth of Isce. The center
piece was an arrangement of pink
dahlias and Ivy In a low crystal
rooms
bowl. Other entertaining
were also decorated with bouquets
of dahlias, zinnias and other sum'
mer garden flowers.
Retha Porter, who will be the
at
only attendant of the bride-to-b- e
the wedding Sunday morning.
August 14, presided at the guest
calling
register. Throughout the
hours piano music was played by
Adele Hutchinson and
Rebecca
Ann Coles. Barbara Smith played
accordlan
solos.
several
atguests
Among
tending were Mrs. W. R. Martin.
Mrs. Lily Martin, Mrs. -- Harold
Martin. Jeannine Martin. Mrs. J.
D. McDonald, Mrs. F. W. Belght
and Annie Jarratt of Loralne.
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Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Surham ot
home ot her mother, Mrs. J. H.
Kelly.
Mrs Fred Bashara and. daughter
Crane are visiting In the
home' ot her mother, Mrs. Ann
Davit, this week. ..
Mr. and Mrs. 'Fenny, Straud' and
.
daughter, Sue,, spent the week-enwith their daughter and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Ate; Hart of Pecos.
Mrs. Ilersey Howard of Odessa visited her mother, Mrs. M. C.
Brothers, who, is ill In the Pay Un
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Nursing home.
For., the past several years,
member, ot, the, Harmon
and
Brothers families, have celebrated
with a family reunion at the Bin
Spring .City; Park.. This, yea per.
cmureu uva xiooen uet.
Lamest,' Kermlt, Midland and
Stanton;
Mr. and Mrs. San Renfro are
(pending a few dayt with
her
mower in Danes.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray. Wright and
sons of Midland were guests in
the home of her mother; Mrs. Otis
Jones. Sunday.
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Visiting In. the home of their
parents Sunday were Mr. ami Mr.
Jack Turner ,and ton,. Larry, of
terminal ana, Mr. ana Mrs. Andy
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Mrs. Hsrwell L. Stscks snd her
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sister, Mrs. w. a. vvuion,
Mount Vernon.
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Mra. R. F. BureaekV
Bey wuttemt ha rtiuraed rem ot Mg Spring TMted Mr; and Mr.
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Mr. 'WJ?B. Taoratoa, 'Jr. .at
ear. aaa aw. Alien uemei
Mr; and Mri;
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school. Among the names listed
Sue French, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. E. O. French, Big Spring.
She has maintained a notably high
scholastic average since entering
McMurry.
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Others To $14.95
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Mr. and Mr. Fred Adam
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Mri and 'Mm.,.Jfv Brawn ani
en ot Ceterade Ot were'
gueeia ot no Bar. and Mr.-Fre?
SmMi.
Mr, and Mr. Leonard Stata ,af
Fairvlew VMted Mr. and Mr. O.
B. GatktM Monday,
Mr . and Mm, Jo Mae Oaaktaa
visited her parema Mr.'
Mrs. G. W, Martte ot Aekerly let- uray avantng
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and Mr. H. B. Feua war Mr.
and Mm; C, v. Kcwett and amRr
of JWg Spring.
Jo Ann. Staetak- of. Odowa Ato
Mr., and Mt. dee JeMeetta and
QiwrBPMr MM eWf Mi ,Mrv CtSM
NleUl VMted Mr. and MM. Wttl
Mark of Seagram Suadty. ,
Mrs. Chester RSUehaek mad1 a
MHMM trip to DOtMOB FrMty,
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easy-to-se-
HAS A COMPLETE NEW SELECTION FOR
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;i Mr. anil Mrs. John
Adeem
and AW Ray of Oaekania vlstt.
In ed
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ages. Remember, lt't smart to
sew your own and eave money.
Order your copy now, price Just
23 rents.
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and Mr. w o, Joae
Brewnweed and Fort Itabol
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and
Mr; and .Mr. iOrady) Oaakta 23
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'Mr. and Mrs. ;Cllff-- ' McDonald m.
mmlly, Mr. and Mr. Junior to a'dWereai :wy.. Aakaay. watt
and. daughter, Leta Nell of. SweetMr. and Mrs. M. M.FalrehM and
water were Sunday visitors 'et Mr, aad Mary Ana attended the Prim-lUy- e OaaUng and taaatty, Mr.' aad Mr.
wltojl
and Mrs. . Sam Porter.
church aseelUel Claude XMg and JamUy; Mr.' and emtee of BaiceamtoVMte
ttjMaancatotti
' Mr, and Mrs., J. D. Msrtfn were meetingBaptist
and
Bart
Carta
Itay;
Mr.
Mr.;
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the
la Midland
twuani ?u
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week end guests ot, relative ta UV
SfTwSa wnwVCTdBH s ewSaTB
rTaktMiarationi
Mra. 'Nora Long returned to her tram 'a Making trh to Le Day.
teakara agree to
MwW
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W.p? and Bob Averett attest the home to CroM Plain Tuesday
week-enweek and,
with their famlUea" la
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Mr,' and. Mri.T. J. Tyler of "Jlmmie Seward,, ton of Mr. and
Odessa are guests In the home'of Mrs. 'J, N Seward, wat taken to weekend with her graadparaiit,
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her parents', Mr. aad Mrs; L. B. Dallas Tuetday for further, treat- Mr. andJKr.'. John 0akia..;-:- ,
.,., ' v ment, for polio. Jlmmie hit neon
McElraih.
Alice Long, daughter et Mr';, and confined to the Big .Bering fee. Mm. J. B. Samefe were Mr. and
Jimniy" and
Mrs, Aivia xong, nit bees, alt- - pltal.for the past several week.
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session, lunch wax unM Dnrfno
ABILENE, Aug. 11. (Spl) Thir
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and Mr. L, X. Wikstrt, Wttsm,
and Hey Wayne and Mr.-aerMm..
Daytaat Mattoek M
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XNOrft Aug. M. (
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maisia w- aniuiu
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Ear), UK Friday fer a vaeaHea at imia,jnttBCi
at a pWc aad Wue ahewer k the
Fert Worth ad LewkvtHe.
Mr. and Mra. C. V. Wash asd home ot Mrs, Fred Roaiaa. Co
faarily had as their guetta etariag Bottease er the atfetr were Mrs.
tfee week ak psreats, Mr. and Mra. Gerald.
Wlllfeern,
Mrs. Robert
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R. U- - Wash and Wayae
Brows and Mrs. K, L. Xoman,
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Roscoe.
Sunday guests ot Mr., aad:Mrs.
Gifts were preteMed to the hoa-or4. P. Kubecka were Mr. and Mrs,
Refreshments were served.
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IL B. Daan ad Carl et San An- - AHesdlag.wera Mrs, Grady''
eelo. Mr. and Mrs: i Nelan Chll
Mrs. Frank Hodaett, Mrs.
dress, BUI, Jlmmie and Diaae ot Fred Adams, Mrs, J J; Ktmper,
Big Sprtfig, Mr. and 'Mrs. w.B. Mrs.. Billy Gasktes, Mrs. C. A,
Duaa and Wllma and Mr .and Burks, Mrs. C G.'DHtO.
Mrs.
Mrs. L. W. Meet, Pall . and Eight Jones aad Mra; 4, D.
both, ot Big. Spring,
Mrs.'
Mrs. VR. ,A. Fuuen,, Terry and BHly Mae CTawford;' June Adams,
jerry, (peat ine week eea in
Mrs. George Chspmsn,, Mrs. C
with Mr. and Mrs. J,, L. G. Ditto, Jr., Mrs.
B, Samel;
Msyes and family, and In Lamesa Mrs. H. E. Bsrats, J.Mrs. A. F.
T., D Chapman, Mrs. W. A. BureheS,
at guests oi Mr. and, Mrs.
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Johnson and family.'
Mr. L. M. Roberts, Maartee
, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy FuIIea' ot
Bobby
Remaa,
Pecos tpeat the weekend with his Chapman. Mrs, ,
Earl Newcomer, Mrs. Herbrother and fsaally, Mr.aBd Mrs Mrs.
man Jetfcoat, Mrs, O. B ,OwUm,
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C.
;Mrs. Cora Wetoe aad deughter, Mrs.' Joe Mao GsAte. Mrs. J.Mrs.
Augusta,, and seas, Presten and AUred, Mrs, Merle Hodaett,
Allred, Mrs. Keaaeth DavJoe; ot; West Palm Beach, Fla, Donald
are vtotttag With Mr. and Mrs! is, Mrs. J. C.Spaldwg, Mrs. C.
jeti .FUce.,NMrs.. wet
aad Mrs. O. Jones. Mrs. Fred .Smith. Mr.
J." G. Nichols," "MraT" Hemh
Pike are sisters. - ,
Hen- - Smith, the hoawee, Mrs. Bsrae
mt. ana Mrs. n.N.-auttt- ,
me ana lkhui, reiurnea, Berne aad the hoetewes, Mrs. WUlberfl,
Sunday, fellowtng'a vacation
In Mrs, Jtomiaa and Mrs. Brown.
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Venen, Fert Worth, MsasHeid aad '..
et.
Mr.
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Mr.
Marlow. Okie.'
Mr. aad Mrs. Lee BUakeaaalp Merle Hodaett were .Mr. Kohtrt
ana rsmuy ot uaetsa tpeatsun-day- , Vaughn and daughters, Eileen aad
. . C, Miry, Angelina oi Eattland aad
with Mr. aad"Mrs.
Mr. DarreU May and daughter,;
Guests" In the heme of Mrs. Vera Patty, ot Victoria.
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Hams were Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mr, aad Mrs.
family have returned trom Bast-lan- d
Tata ot Goldsmith.
where they visited relative.
Mr. and Mrs. James Underwood
Sunday guett of Mr. aaa Mr.
are vacationing in ueiroit, wiefl
Joe Mao Gaikln were her par:
and New York City.
; Mr. aad Mrs: Bernard
Harmon ent, Mr. aad Mri, G. W. Martin
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Men-tonaad Mrs. CO, Fisher
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L. J, Burrew wat Mra. C, A.
Igleharl awd Maria, Mr.
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Mrs.. Morris Barnes Namtd Honoret ;
Visits And Visitors Art Repdrtld
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Howard County Home Demonstration
Club mamHanmm ft1(
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annual
picnic at the Bap- xuicampment Ground! Wednesday. Main features nfthh muiina
Included the naming ot chairmen
for the rmmfv fair ant -- n
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by Bonnie Cox, organizational specialist from A and M CnlW.
Chairmen Include: Foods, cann- ea. xroxan im fiair,! nrp
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H. Severance; handwork, Mrs.' Ed
Simpson, clothing. Mrs. Allen Hull;
antiques, Mrs. Let Adams; com- muxuiv Doom. Mra. vranir Tiiim
and
Club girls, Mrs. L. J.'
R. J. Mlehsel, Jr. of Bsytown, It
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. J. Mlehsel, Sr.
Mrs. Cecil Martin of Biloxl,
Miss., is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Fannie Barrett.
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the bodice buttons trom waisuine
to neat collar and the skirt flares
In circular fullness. Add a bold
scsrf and belt treatment for a
touch.
smart teen-aff-e
sizes
No. 7422 Is cut in teen-ag- e
8, 10, 12, 11 and IS. Size 12, 3
afternoon, a program' was
presented. Representatives
from
we ciuos at rarsan,
Coahoma,
Fairvlew. Centeroolnt. Vaalmnnr
Luther and Knott presented pro
gram features. Jlmmie White presented a vocal number. Other features included tha aririr.. hv th
guest speaker and group singing.
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wtt barn ia Dtatoa aad
attanded, laa. aM TarreU .faaabari
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Tfca Tiytara ware married Dee.
M, 1IM, wktte ka wat teacataR la
Ptatea takoela .and ttudyfaig law.
Tkey later aneved to. Snyder, Ja
Scrry Catarty, where Taylor atart
ad Ut law vraettee.
v The eewe earee toDaHaa-tSMS aad jaerad to Aattla fir yean
later, whta Taylor waa .appelated
to me eemnueeioa of apeeeuu v ,
.Taylor ttrvedat a dlttrlet Jttdjw!
at Dattai, jretHralsf .hero la Xwl.
ft west baek ta Awtla en the com.
jaJaefea'af appealt la INS. '.Tea
yaara later a eoattltotlonai amend
ateat rnede all eemmtatlon et ap- -
mnin
Mw,
paaM,MfeB aatemucuy wem-be1 taa Taaea Jvoreata Court.
t Mrt. Tylr wt active la worn
ea'a lub elrclet. she wi a tneav
bar al the Dallaa Lawyera'. WItm
Ctab aad a foraer' Dallaa JTederat
ad WoMwai Ch: mtnibtr; fa be.
longed to the Auatla Womena Club','
taa Americas ailttory Oub and the
Unlvtrtlty Methodltt Church.i
Rurvlrora iaclude her feabaad,
dauahter, a,aoa; W. M. Taylor, Jr.,
Dallat, leur frandcbUdren;) a ate.'
tar, Mrr. W. V. Roy,. Jtutleeburx,
Oaraa County: aad two brothm;
aaa im- win Metrmaa,
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a rich
in
ja aiaay European
eountrlet. Eves In ttote, countriei
wbara K k net raUened.' the price
la geBerally- - higher .than' low In.
coma groupa eaa piy." Hot pi tilt
.and ctber public ,lnt I tullon ttlU
aepena oa caartrjr ihipmtntafrora
abroad for tna bulk or their needt.
CARE etaelala' throughout Europe
resort taa.uao o( inferior aualltv
aoapa la' btttltutloni la a aerloual
aaenaca to child ataltb.
Aa Aatoclated
Prtii aurvey
ahowed franco, Italy and the Scan
dJaavlanjcountrlei at tha brightest
rpota on the European toap map.
a
Britain, Czechotlovtkla and
are, at the other, and of
the' Kale, Between thote two ex
tremet are .countries like Poland,
AUHrit asaoermany,, where you
eaa, buy all tbeiapapyou need II
you have tha money.
n CetchoalovakJa the eqap
la one bar at tetltt toap every
three moetht.The're to alto a amttl
ratlou-o- f
laundry, aoap and aotpr
powaer. Tne govemmrot naa prom
teed to put neap onfree aale but
tha price will.:' range froi, 50 to
N centa a bar; The average 'Brit
tea ration It aevea fimtll bare of1
toilet toap every two montht. In
Yagoalavla K la halt a pound per
month prr peraoa. and' the eupply
la kregultr, la Poland, a. bar of
toilet aoap,ceta 3S centa.
- Awtrlan aeap la et poor quality.
A bar "of American aotp on the
blaek market roata SO ceata. An
Interior type, of aoap ta atUl fa
tiened ta Germany. To supplement
thek" ana, tmall. rationed "bar,
pa 90 ceata a bar for Amer
at-loan aoapa wWrh, 'are4on ' aale
c
meet everywhere.
CARE ofUclala to Vienna aay the
real aeed la Euros ta for. better
dtatrlbutloa.et send toap f. to low
tecome fanlearrtth.cluldrea.aad
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Golden Corn
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25c
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Modart
45c
42c
75o
Shampoo
17c
RITZ
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oiof. Corar and aoak 1ow1t about
JO mlnutM, or until taodtr ana brown.
Add onion, aalarjr, baaa liquid, chop
auty aauca and corn rfrupw Coraf
cook tlowlr 10 mlnutw Ionaar. Stir in
mUtura of flour and waur. Boll and
cir 2 mlniitai. Add mubM
milk. Hrat thoroufhl, but da not
boil. Sarra with bollad rica, apaxham
or macaroni. Makca 4 Mrrina.
ABf, vaal or laa pork eaa be uaai'
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TOMATOES
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3 Minute Oats.. 16c
13c
PET MILK
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Tall Can
Bottle
Chop Suey Sauce 14c
MorreH
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For Barbecuing
BEEF RIBS
35c
Pound
Lean 6 Meaty
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DaOCTnkl
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Cured Like Ham
SNACK
43c
lb. 39c
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RECIPE OF
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No. 2 Can
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Sunshine
Harshey's Chocolate
SYRUP
15c
Del Monte, Country Gentleman
Value
27c
No. 2 Can
Bestyett
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Large Box
Qh Bottle
BABY FOOD.
33c
33c
15c
Gerber's
Concho Cream Style
Jergen'sSoap.
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Pound
MARSHMALLOWS
Lb.
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Fresh
Pound
Shotwell
25c
COMB HONEY
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No.2iCan
PEACHES
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eaaaa vegetable aeller earned the
qaeettonaaia tuauacuoa w oeiag
tad flrtt Hereon to Singapore to
give a member of thlt Uland'a new
women police force a'blarkreyo.
Cv Cbooa was" viaent to prlaoa for
alx Weefca for ,attauH and wat
wKaeut a
fined 110 far aawkkg
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Auetralltn eoal rakert, who have
beea on atrika atoca June 27, wffl
go back to work Meaday.
The Central Xxeeatlra et taa
Miner." "iederaUen ordered the
men back to work after New South
Walea mlnert voted MM to 2,226
agalntt continuing the walkout.
Tha vote wat ,a defeat for the
Communltt-lnflueace- d
central executive. The men will return to
work under terma laid down by
Prima Mlnltter Joteph B, Chlfley
at tha atart of tha ttrike the
clalma are to be left to arbitration.
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prett demand! for a
week
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cent pay Increaae.
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lata latt night to the No. I bold.
A cargo of cotton, loaded at
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over the fertilizer.
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cargo. The
to remove
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Administration Democrat
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San. Myers of Pennsylvania, the
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years, tie w ratting the same cry
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WICHITA FALLS. Aug. 11. tf-lW- - Fred Jones, executed for slaying of II. C. Love. Jr. in 1946, was
burled in Floydada lata yesterday.
A
funeral service waa
held here for the grocer who was
convicted for shooting his employe
at Floydada.
three-da-y
Jones, given a
reprieve last Sunday morning, was executed early yesterday
morning at the HuntsvUle
State
Prison.
Present for the services were
Jones' wife, Mrs. Thelma Jones:
hie father, Edgar F. Jones; and
two brothers, Glenn, and Ralph.
All but Ralph, who lives at Memphis, are from Stockton, Calif.
Three ministers who spent the
final hour with Jones officiated, assisted by a fourth wbo had known
the man otter be was in Jail. They
were the Revs. Moat M. Walker of
Lubbock, Noel Gulce of Vernon,
Roy C. Ling of Wichita Falls and
Leonard Gideon of Fort Worth.
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A man
who died la a hotel fire has been
Identified as Jim Smith, M. of
Columbia, Mo. Skin peeled from
the charred finger of the man led
to identification.
Fire gutted a smsD hotel here
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thai Hoover again has raised the
rundamental issue of perseaal freedom aa be ; has so often done In
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PERTH,
Australia.
nearly got the old British battleship
Royal Sovereign. 30.000 tons, to
keep the city's lights burning. How
ever, tne cost waa too great.
Perth needs a new power station,
and-thi- s
will not be finished until
next year. The city also, has had
blackouts because of the Australian
coal miners' strike.
The price for the Royal Sov
ereign was 563,000, plus $226,000
for towing to Perth. The State Gov.
eminent thought over the Idee,
then decided against it
fyicfmsHbk.
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artist, and poet William Blake at an
art auction and then sot them for
nothing.
A secret clause In the will of the
late Graham Robertson. London
playwright who collected Blake's
works, specified that "institutions
serving the public should bave free
the works for which they were prepared to nay considerable wmi"
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of paintings by the 19th Cen
tury arust brougnt a total of I246r
396. Those not taken by museums
and art galleries were bought by
private collectors.
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take ever every Seid ef private 4e- - nt tVt at aa
divtag
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mask covering hk face.
uMted wates."
usual eeenecaie greevea today.
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Byrd
who baa at Mr. sad Mrs. Robert Dougkat
Sea.
ReeitbUcaM and southern Demo- - tacked President Trmnsa'S spend-laftuaatntir tea, Robert Dwglaat,
creta generally held the former
budget saaraty, saM Jae aareea jr
. . .
Freetdent waa exactly rife when Uwreughly wtth Heever.
have been, an accident
"It
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saw
Be
in a ism Birthday address
"1're beta dokg aM In my pow- DeuattM aald. "Ife "waa. a awlav
In Palo Alto, Calif., 'last night that er foe' retreaehmeet ef gevernweat mg fan aadwai probably trying
Tnroags government apedlng..and apendlag aver ekea I've been an experiment with the mask and
taxes our nation k bUsatully driv here," Byrd rtaateded a reporter. K set away froth him. The parent
ing down 'tat' back road" to
Sen, Capehart
aald at aald their ton had beta la good
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LONDON, UTJ-- Sbr
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Nov.
Sit
For Education loard
Perth Acquires Old
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DRAWS tWNHED Texan Univetevfy
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HOOVER'S SPEECH
WAWrotOTOH,
NEW 'YORK. Aug. U. W
Om fan Ike Brlvvmamber.
of America! top Cemtaaakt teamTaeaaptea aH he teM Ms
Aug. U. W
ATHCNB,
Tht
en, who fought wtth Dw I), s,
that "big awataeea" waa seek- - Greek army steeped up Ka cam
Army la the. Pacific, was rebuked bH to bring ea a third world war.
by a federal Judge yesterday tor
These polkka." be aald. "wet; rillaa today by etermtaf the rebel
commenting on the witness stand ceWdtaf with Mm. peace
pellckt of stronghold la the Vital trlangk
that hit farmer, commander. Gen. Sevkt Russia
and meeting the
near the Albanian and Yugoslav
Dotgiaa MacAitaur "waa Bet a
I the Beeskt' fevera- Ubtral man.''
"You don't need to toss "these saentt la Eureee.
Informed sources said Greek
dlEi In," aald Judge Harold R.
troops seised four strategic heights
The witness dented that the
ILIedlna.
Party la the U. s. haA la the heavily 'fortified. area where
The slsp. at. MseArtSur
was
7.M0 "guerrillas are believed en- made by New York State's Com .taught the Russian slogan "torn trenched.
l vi
munist Party Chairman Robert Q. the imperialist war lata a eivB The Vital Triangle la about M
Thompson who alto (ought with the war.'
raHea Berth of the Grammos MounRepublican Army In the Spanish
Thompson aald be told the party tain area where a major Greek
civil war.
e
was launched last
Thompson declared that the slo membera that the, American pec-- week:
.
uu uui wem war," out uai
gan, "My country, right or wroM.' i
..Commandos
who staajted moving
"big Industrial elements" wanted
li "one of the most vicious and war
Bight , were- reported to nave
hysteria la' order to obtain
harmful in the world."
ktlchU of Baro and
orders, and big prof. seised fortified
"It Is the slogan of big business- - "armament
LesaHs. overlooking the main road
.
monopoly capital," the defendant
from Kasteria to Phlerlna, Heights
at the Red conspiracy trial declar,at Glavata and Polenata, which
ed.
are east of Baro, also were report
"1 hate It more thin anything
ed captured.
ise in tne world," fie aald.
Infantrymen were being rushed
"The reason I hate It I became
to the heights to meet an antici
I had to kill many young Ger
ITl-PARRIS
IStAND,
pated violent guerrilla counterat
Br.
mans, Italians and Japanese who
noyai, a, ., a sleepy little-towtack.
believed In It,"
uut.the
second
oldest
la. the United The initial successes-wer- e
re
Thompson, 34, Who won the Diswaa
States
unknown
to
Australgarded by military observers as
tinguished Service Cross lor hero-Is'until
ians
recently.
A
girl
who
Waa
significant
highly
Vital
.because the
in New Guinea, la the' fourth
de'fendant to testify at the seven- - married to a Marine sergeant la Triangle to bristling with' fortified
Melbourne, has changed that. When positions defended by machine-jnonm-oi- a
insi.
He and 10 other .Communist lead the sergeant returned to the United guns .mortars,, minefields and an
States for duty, she joined him. estimated 100 artlllerypleces.
ers are charged with conspiracy to shartnr
his Ufa at
I,liA
aavocaie violent ovennrow or the .Marine base. Here she
.became
government.
Election
seel an? advertiseThompson's testimony was large nomesicavstie
ment to the Melbourne "Sun" read.
ly repetition ox a speech he mad las'! "OFFER!
I
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to 1,000 party membera her la to exchange
with some
reader AUSTIN. Aug, "11. (H
Official
mi.
papers
anamagaunes
for a proclamation waa Issued yesterday
He denied testimony by Balraej u. b.
copies
few
of
the"
Sun, Woman's calling a statewide election Nov. 8
Hidalgo, Jr., an FBI informant and Dav.
tuners for selection of a
prosecution witness, and aald Hi- for anil Afhr lllitctrattui
board
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dalgo had given a "manufactured
z. rorr, noyaj, S.,;c.(i UJ5A.)." of education of 10 proposed conversion" of a Thompson speech be- amendments.
mvua uie wees Tart. Eileen stitutional
Mavhua-ani- t
hniMnit mb n ; Gov. Allan Shivers' Issued the orthe Port Royal Post Office and der, as directed by newly enacted
mts Etauy x. Bishop, postmk-tres- s, laws. The official state seal was
COFFEE, COFFEE
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publications but Maybue Is finding tion laws. Candidates are required
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a dying regime no longer merit- 'WRa respect to the
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California Juvenile institution
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atria --were .removed "en eourt'or-'wer- e
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boy and n 21 tively in advising on the develop
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Faawdattow apawed In Jawiary.
the boys dormitory.- - In a statement some time to hold the Utlo of am
to China, whether he may
'.Jim wM bewatM Mt make a presented at
their .preliminary baisador
eventually resign and remain' In
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country or whether he will
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oatptyxl with recommenditlOBt San Diem on chnrscs of contrlbut-- closed, Ho becamo ambassador In
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cup sugar
1 cup rtpe peach pulp
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sugar
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2Vi cups sifted
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2 teaspoons soda
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1 teaspoon
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chick1. Sour cream tenderizes
en and adds a wonderful flavor,
too.
Best Buys now include peseh-e- s
horoemikers should take advantage of this now by putting
some In the home freezer for next
winter.
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Ada drained peaches. Four into a
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with cream saute.
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2 tablespoons shortening
2 tablespoons flour
1 cup hot fruit syrup (peach)
Molded Rice Pudding
Summer desserts need that cool
refreshing yet sturdy quality
of
this molded rice pudding. With a
generous supply of this fruity mix-- :
ture in the refrigerator you can!
sit in the sun or swim In the turf
all day with assurance that your
hungry family will be happy with
dinner dessert. For the, rice in the
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that Is Just what
active families need during July
and August
Rice dishes of all kinds are excellent hot weather additions to
the menu, for remember, rice adds
needed calories, combines
with
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In
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2 cups cooked rice
1 No. 2Vi can apricots
2 tablespoons gelatin
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2 slices pineapple, cut up
1 cup whipping cream
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
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time the rice-wil- l
absorb the water
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a fork to test its consistency. Never stir rice while cooking ..and
the grains will be separate and
tender. Makes approximately 3.
cups fluffy white rice. Keep leftover cooked rice in a covered bowl
In refrigerator you'll find It handy next time you're in a hurry to
fix a quick meal.
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Add
the Juice from the can of
aprlcota to the cooked rice. Stir
over a, low flame until rice has
absorbed the Juice. Soak gelatin
In cold water. Stir Into hot rice.
Add all except a few
apricot
(saved for garnish) which have
been rubbed through a sieve. Mix;
in pineapple. Mix lightly so aa
not to math the rice. When mix.
ture begins to set. add whipped
cream which has been mixed vith
sugar and vanilla. Pour Into a cold
rinsed mold and allow to chill.
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apricot halves and
with
whipped cream, if desired.
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easy
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Can Come Right Out Of Freezer
Individual Mtat Loaves
loaves best 10 minutes
longer.
1M lbs. chuck beef, ground
Barbecue Sauce
Vi cups tomato catchup
2 tablespoons minced onion
tablespoons Worcestershire)
14 tablespoons chopped green 2H
ttuce
pepper
4
teaspoon red pepper
1
cupt finely cubed
aoft
4 teaspoon chili powder
bread crumbs
H cup tarragon vinegar
1 cup salt pork liquor
H teaspoon salt
1
egg
1 cup sugar
3 tablespoons catchup
6 to 8 cloves garlic, scored
2Vt teaspoons
1 tablespoon minced onion
prepared horseradish
Combine all ingredients. Bring
to Mil. itemove pieces of garlic,
i teaspoon dry mustard
1 cup Barbecue Sauce, heated Makea
about 1 quart.
Mix beef, onion, gieen pappet
Note: Cover and store la refriI read crura!,v
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salt egg
horseradish, mustard and njllk to- stored for z weeks.
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Salt pork liquor is made by
small loaves; place in greased 10 boiling 2 strips (1H x 5 x
x 6 x 2 inch baking dish. Bake es) salt pork in 1H cups water for
In oven 350 F. for 1 hour. Serve about 3 minutes. Drain off 1 cup
6 liquor.
with Barbecue Sauce. Makes
servings.
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6
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loaves in
individual Meat Loaves with
paper using drugstore fold.
with Barbecue Saue
Insert In stockinette; knot ends;
Buttered Orcen Beans
label, Or wrap In aluminum foil
Frozen Fruit Salad with Poppy
labcL Place in home freezer and
Seed Dressing
freeze.
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To thaws Unwrap; place 6
Cream Puffs
meat loaves In 10 x 6 x
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1701
Cregg
Phone
1181
Notice
will dig and complete you a
storm cellar Do all kinds conI
Phone
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4th
W
St
507
$5.95
Was
tnqulrie. kept
McCleskey
Realty Company
3135
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SAND & GRAVEL
MOTOR COMPANY
Packard and Willys Dealer
1011
Gregg
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Wash materiala or pit rock
Dirt and Caliche
Pbone
,
10
CLEARANCE
'43 Nash "600 Club Coupe, radio,
SALE
Nash "600" Club Coupe, radio and hester
sedan, rad.o and heater
Mercury Convertible
'41 Chevrolet
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Metol Works
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Srd.
PHONE 41.
We Move
Anywhere
T, A. Welch
House Moving
Mato
Phone &2t,
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room
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to eouplea
1591
ANbTW6
Chr
aportmente tor rem
3ourt
For Rent
Good
ftUidalra bandii
(irat
cUea alngia bed
waabar
avod tprlsja.
maUraai
walnut bad
room aultt. Early Amorlcan
bed
room aulU Uvlnc room furniture 2
Urine roon rhalra deik cud chair
table top cook
brokraat room
autte oztrat cheat of drawer a Inner
Kh
liALE
ce
Dining Room Suire
Mahogany Good condition
For sals very reasonable
See at 1013 Bluebonnet
Dixie Courts
Crostey
Faona 1113
1601
P.
O, Box ISM
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Can
asa-- a
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about
W. 6th, two extra
lots $2500.
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9
out of dry limits,:
all utilities,
windmill, welLu
good water. $6 000.
List your property with ma t
j.
1504 Runnels
Pbone
197
Reeder & Broaddus
new FHA constructed
house with over 1100 square-fee- t
of floor apace, will soon
bo ready for occupancy. Tile
bath Separate garage. Nicely
located In south part of town
on a corner lot. Large, loan.
2 Well located
house
on South Gregg, The owner
has reduced
the price for
quick sale. A valuable piece
ot property and should Increase in value.
3. A lovely
home
Heights. Conin Edwards
structed about one year. Largs
loan. Immediate possession.
4. Owner of this new 2 rooms
and bath has just notified us
to grestly reduce the price.
A good Investment ss a amall
home or rental property at the
price nfiered. Has large loan.
5 Some choice residential lots
on Lincoln. Princeton, Hay-deCedar Road and else1 This
n,
where.
Pbons
or
531
5pm call
304 South Scurry
1846--
St.
OPPORTUNITY
For better buys In Real Estate Cbolcw residences buaj.
sruea farms, rancbea lota oa
U S M cafe tn good loca-
bautl!ul
Some
tion
resldea--e- t
'n the best locations.
ot town
Nice home with beautiful yard
close In
Office
M JONES
Bargain
If Sold This Week
Mhnne
rooms,
rjregg St.
600
182?
E
501
ISth
For Sale
By Owner
corner with
my solid
home, smsll rent
house, single garage,
double garage and solid concrete wash house. Nice shade
trees, shrubs and flowers.
90'xMO
stone
J
Airs
51. Morgan
Scurry St
81 Lots & Acreage
A good
investment
large)
trontage on South Gregg,
some improvements, fair In
1500
come
1
have
atresia for
turkey ranch or other uses.
bath, breakfast
room service porch tile bath
and kitchen drain, hardwood Phone
5
702
After
400-acr-
M
$25.00
tDEEt PURS2K
D
Call
Johneon.
Phone 4tt
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Good business in South part
of town
e
farm 20 miles north
W
of town.
Choice lota in Edwards Phone 254
Heighta Park Hill and other
U
,
Creu
642
$41.86
1422
Sears Roebuck, 1st model, good running,
$9.95
looks bad
GE in excellent condition
595
Frigidaires from $35.00 to $60 00
M00
Late model Norge
7300
Strvel Electrolux
I have a new
house for Late
,
12540
sale, site 12x24. $875 00 deliver-e- d AU model Westlnghouse, like new
of these can be bought on monthly or weekly pay arrangein 19 miles. Also have 3
buildings size '20x40 for sale, ments.
fw
306 Harding, near Big Spring
Air Base entrance.
Phont
SL
Nice duplex in South part ol
town.
Some
houses to
furoUhed apartment bill. Park illll addition.
paid middle Mtd couple pnf.rred
no children er peti Cell el til W th Some nice homes in Wash
OHlSROOU furnUhed epartmiel with ington Plsce
Ulchouelto and bath Phone ,!"'"
home, caraUALL eperlmtnt. couple oalj liOO Lovely
peted, beautiful yard, exclu
Me In
furalibed epartmenl el lit sive part of town.
Nolan Pbone IMO-with Close in, lovely
PUOO'i tnrnUhed apartment
Pbone homo on corner lot, vacant
tluhenelU e IS0S Slain
I4S0-now.
NICE Sbedroem epartmenl it lol-w sth. Pbooe durtac office houn List your property with us for
1
quick salt.
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Bargains In Good Used Refrigerators
Old model
711 MAIN
Phone 2676 or 2012 W
Want to trade equity in nice
house, corner lot. south
part of town, for clear small
place.
Nice furnUhed home snd In
come property close in, good
price for quick sale.
Two acres of ground with 2
room house, close to town
Nice small home south part
of town, $4950 Immediate pos
session
Good psylng business on Main
parts
apartment
Mra. Hlnson
FOR SALE
ftOfl
Hilburn's Appliqnce Co.
' GRIFFIN NASH CO.
KENT
?ACVrll( Uet
$1395.00
1195,00
995.00
823 W. 8th
Phone
2522-W-- 3
Robinson,
Store a
COMPANY
$4500
McDonald,
WANt "to top moklngf Try Nleo-ttoCunningham
(uaranteed
Philip
No ) and CoiUne Broe prug
bllU paid
paved
J. B. PICKLE
Phone 1217 or
MEDLIN
PERSONAL LOANS
No Indorsers
No Security
FINANCE SERVICE
Main
and bath
Complete Set
Coaches or Sedans
STAR TIRE COMPANY
Phone
St.
10?LE 3
W. D. DUGGAN
GOOD
place on
fairly close in,
street
$9 95
WHILE THEY LAST
care
2541 -- W
acrei land fenced
bulldlnfi Ideal location for amall dairy or chlekena.
Clljr water. 1l(hU and M I3TCO
S Beautiful
home, Juit b
tot completed will carry
larre
loan IUa fartfo. breeteway corner
lot on pavement, near achooL
3
rome
larte lot
for taulty Con.
Iare Q! lean, 1W0aerate
tral I'ark
4 alanr ether Kootf burr ta hornaa
of till .ttp and price and choice
ou u an socaisoeu
Now
$2?
Phont
4 room houie 4
and plenty of on
A
Coupe and Front Setts
Borrow Here
105
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Phone
8
3
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$m)
No
Quick-Eas- y
$5
$50
li
SAVE NOW
2522-W--
Real Estate
Sale
Was
Why Not You
V--j-
Pickle
or
1217
Johnson St.
703
Phone
Special
tal-tr- y
MONEY
Repairing
Stove
J.
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Seat Covers
Monov To Loan
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FIBRE LEATHERETTE TRIM
FINANCIAL
C. L. Steen
Carey St
ronildfred
Rube S. Martin
Real Estate
month covers ln-- t,
sura nee, taxes.
3
double garage, close
rock house, chicken, to school, $5500
stucco, garage,
houses, storm cellar, gas, 4
$6,000.
lights, water, one acre. Priced
3.
frame, airport adfor quick sale, $3500 cash.
gas, lights, water, dition. $3,000.
brick, near High
nearly Hi acres just outside 6
cltv limits. A good buy at School.
7
frame. Wood St,
$1600 cash.
corner lot, $7500
B.
Sale
and
fdcltiftiCNCeCft practical nurit
a
Job rturilnt elderly lady Ura
Lena Jonea Wy&mlnr
HoUl
crete, plaster and carpenter II
work Will work by day, hour
or contract.
100
bo
N
20B
proof of executive
confidential.
Addreia Box AD,
it tram
S
mploynt Wnted-Fem-
i
stucco house with.
Washington
Place,
to sell. $1250. cash,
$50 94 per month.
move In.
garage,
priced
balance
Vacant
xifw.
e
Phone
Birdwell's
Fruit Stand
credit rattnr Ouarant.td
Excellent futurt
Phone 254
For Sale
Worth The Price
Third
for less st Blrdwell's.
plus bonus
Gregg
home (or .ale be
uwnrrj-IKni-
FLASH
Fresh Peaches
Wanted Male
A-
9
A. P. CLAYTON
800
For Sale
For
Uon. women end oblUlren
Doctor.
mied Ure Ole
Ereienptlone Lencnter,
Good clean barracks, 20'x50'
Phone 1111
with No. 1 3" flooring. I have
ell
EXPERT fur root remodellnt
Uriel yeare cf exptrtence Alio i!
our order now for other sues Also do bouse movteretlone of eU kind' Ura
J L. Place
ing. See me before you buy
Hiyne. 1100 Or.ft, Phone lltl 1
Colorado Elbcrta peaches.
Cozier s coimetici Phone rap
or move. J It. Garrett, 302
Cold Melons 2Hr lb
1TS7
Benton
Un R V Crocter
Wills St , Settles Heights AdBTiNlBT
Canning Tomatoes 3c III
3084-soar. raoDCCTS
beets,
cucumbers, dition, Phone
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C B Munlej SOS fa. Itth. F r e a h
rnone jne-- j
squash okra and peas Help
R. YATES
keep prices down buy more
EMPLOYMENT
men with
Paint Store
At
West
1101
-
ttlamlrt travclf&t Uuit b capable
of hlrtnf. tratnlni and
manailng
laltimtn Agt 30 to 43 Dependable
car nortasarr Only eetUod mature
ability
NABORS
Day
Louisiana Fish &
Oyster Market
HE. lata
WILL
keep ealldren, weekly retef
Phonej M1S-- J
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,
Pbone
Retail
CATFISH
fcSrrrro
C1IARIS foundtUon perfect for your
PanUelrdle, bra or ellJn-onflcure
Per eppolntmtnU write Ur E
T Soou. Del) Route, or eeU el 101
Runnele
wen
Momsi
strete,
double
-
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Wholesale
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Every Room
Phone 2580
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G. EtAlN LUSE
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rate aptrtmenu. flat home and m-- fe
cone for Ill.Kio,
t
end bath, sertte, Wtihrnttottf
Piece, OI loan, 1 1 ISO caib, more tn.
sssn.
-- room
rock honee end I rood
Piece, bar thlo for t302
end sarese, corner, pared.
Hlthtend Park, extra nice home, rood;
bur. ITOo.
end bath. North Orert. nlcoN
r
home for una
end bath, elote to Kith School.
ton cub, SIS per month. Price only'
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tins.
home, Eait 15th St, eeo this,
for Slow
Four latere blockt cloie to lowat
.0 tent for lisoo.
.
brick,
Choice
263
FOR SALE Oood new and n.id eon
per radiator, for popular meket cere.
truck, and plckune Setufectlon toer
PEOR1FOT
enUed
RADIATOR
SERVICE. Ml Ellt Ird St
BALES UANAOER
To lociU permanently
tn Blf Sprint
or Mltttxnd art
aa DUtrlct Salc.
Uinaftr for laxit ftd company, with
Packard
radio, heater, overdrive, electromallc
Day
clutch, while sldewsll tires Here Is a new car uith a
used car price.
Elcalric Motors and
1949 Jeeptler with overdrive, a pretty
yellow and black,
Controls
a pleasure Uargaln
1911 Chevrolet
Sales
and Service
specisl deluxe, cleanest '41 In town
but our price is down right
1940 Chevrolet tudor, new pelrjt, new tires This Is s nice one Electric
at our special bargain price.
&
Co.
1939 Chevrolet coupe A nice courting car at a price you can
Night Phonea 23I9-- J or 2279-pay and have money left to pay courting expenses
1805 Gregg
Fsrmers, we have two 1942 Jeeps priced so cheap vou cant
afford to use the family car pulling a trailer See the price
on these two.
$19.50 up
KWUCKA With PoUeer.
PreesJei ta Tank aad UsfigbU
114 euaae- - or a
Mr
.
-
Bee
R Were H
STATED milUns auk-i- d
Plelne Lodte No
set A F end A M .
tod end 4th Tnurtdir
R
Uk
Special. On New EUREKA Tank No, 660
Hg $60 Tank, for a limited time $49,95
vLsmateoMewKWa.az
",--
. . . ,
Mtrty aew swarafttetd.
aeame
m
Ereln Oeolei
fjo
ROWE
aervKe'yeue-- cleaner so
rWOWNED CLEANERS
Mrtaa.
P.
Ird
A
Patlerns
Machinery
Equipment
Seerte4 for pUM.ef Texas Deetrle Co ta 10 town since 19J4
Vaemiea'aJtaAsra run beta Teo to 17.660 BPid, and only an
AM
At
A
1948
VACUUM CLEANERS
w
tRONtrtb done. 1100 per dotin. iOI
if c. taw.
CHILD care nuriirr, aU houn Wik
r reue. Ura. Helc. SOS E. IJti.
YELLOW CAB
Lodges
RAM
rburedof
BUY NOW
ALL AAAKES
eej wbaeaaas
203 Runnels
buttonholee,
Wt.tern ehlrt
etc JOS W. Ilth, Phono 111S--
t
SHOOS.
For Sale By Owner
Stanley Hardware
tmdi of eewlns end elureUone. Pbone
jwe-v- r
in
Pbont
Marvin Wood
Pontiac
VeetAtnt Cleaners
fwat
. .
tudor.
SOIS--
The undersigned
nn
for a package
store permit from the
Texas Liquor Control
Board, to bo located 410
East 3rd, Big Spring
Texas.
Ilighnay Package Store
Thelma E. Howie, owner.
eters
eljht,
0
state tests, of neat appearance
Furnish local references Good
pay for steady, reliable drlv
OlsconttnueO
TO
.-
b'AT. KlfllrT HDMChT
KEiUfrraiiNa
and Hire nleo. price redecedila MlLI
room brick tn Wilhraitoo Place.
batha,
double strase, 1 bedroome,
Buys
house at 104 Canyon Some
New 9 210 foot electric re
Drive garage attached, floor
frigerator, was $289.95
N. Gregg,'
Now
L
brick.
furnaces, carpet' and Venetian
$3200. loan.
en 3199.50, for limited time.
blinds Inspection after 5.30 $6250., aboutWashington
Place,,
eU
and on Sundays, or call 3135 2$7500.,
loan-Lo- an
$5400.
ln. Fore.jtn tune children
loan 1101 Wolin Phone
una Itppie. arirW sth. doet
to
nt
ntoeitloD Bit
Cnepter No ITI
SSS--
Worthan
Bargain
Office In Greyhound Terminal
In
Wagon
995
f 1495
S595
Aubrey Sublett
Phone 380
era
14
Bcnrrr, rnone
f.
style shirt buttons
DRIVERS
'pith" ability
pass city
Plvmoutb
Bargains
OAKLAND SANDERS
M or 1301
;
....
Mrs. Perry Peterson
Mrs. Edith Owens is back at
work at the Crawford Barber
Shop, 114 Weat 3rd.
Sprlns
Clark Motor Co.
Mil Dodte Tudor bdu
Hire tu
Itje DUinAhll. AA A.4.M m
tieeji 'M model.
iBsor eu, e motor.
v4 r
rttUr oke eer
fnsBtCan
'
Station
41 DeSoto
floor
48 DeSoto
1940 Packard. 110
Hou.er.
WANTED
NOTICE
For Sole
'47 Plymouth
1493
KgaiSttniin Collie pupa, nolo end
ton Jonneon, Phono Ml, Bonn
SOS
LARtlE bedroom eviiaoleTor') or J
people. Ateo 'tnslo kodraoa. Pbooo
sue nmiwe
tui-- j,
SflCELT farnletaee bedroom. edJoln-tbeta, prltato entrance Pbeno
yet ,i
22-- Help
....,ru,,ub.
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JONFS MOTOR
COMPANY
MM'rimouth,
'
s
1112
1786--
el lour chlT-dre-n
s to lb deilrei eequalnt.
nnce of ttlUid Chrlitlen women Ob.
Jectlre mttrtmour. Write Bot aTN.
Ctre llereld.
cgmtrTn.i-V.l.1- 1.
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mw
now
.
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oticer
a.
STOP
,
iJ
Clue
Phone
Pbons
iitber
tin
cloeete
erene.
white
Tiorncr
IP"
101
pig'Sprlnq Bonded
,,
Warehouse
Coupe.
I
Third
1608 E
1471
$5Q
Auto Body
Service Garage
Found
ti
- Htte
IMi Butck Moor tides, B
a,
215 E 3rd
If you borrow elsewhere you Just arrived
Extra heavy
III) CUirolet Tudor
csn still
Mil Dodte --door tedtn
regulation slie garbage cans
erao
tit
dftDHft
pttabrNai.
er,
1
060.
K,
eu
phont
tunelier
IMI PljmoatB
lttn.
wdta.
your
In
Equipped
meeU
to
ueld
Mo
Mil
MM ChtTroltl Tador Sedea.
nif Sprint A. Me
Wi.dndi; ol eerb we.k Wit Ird
dome
TRDCU
Trailer Homes
We isve helped your friends
MM Chtrroltt IW-to-a
in tie new borne at in
trort. It lUXe. roil BALE
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SUOONOVER STOVE
TJ
UUtQCN
trailer, foia
ladte
Intenuttlontl .oo plrliup,
ltd
eendllKin.
el lolti W..I ilth
Uen
IOOP
111 Dodte
REPAIRING
meiu
frailer?
ettrv
201 Benton
ir
Phone 2231
RhniTQciiKp-triileT- n
ISM Dodge Ite.tea rltU.
lis W Ilwy 80
dir nttht ButMtnt vtel
Phone 2816
People's
Cheerolet
Le.U. eU bnl
Air Ren
e
rirtt
betn uim iioti built. Bill llolbtrt,
ter.
weirome
Jfb. Ruiaell nerburn H O
Finance & Guaranty Co.
1ICJC or f'one 1100
FOR RENT
S&ViSOT' trelltr houie for iile
C B Johnion, Jr,
new
J D. Burnsm, Manager wfi ADortmewti
V
topi buun bon'.i toad tto.e IIM
O
Crawford Hotel Building
C C ArenU. El Hldo CourU, Eul
Leon Coin. Ricerdlns
bdOU" furatihed aprtment, private
3rd.
PHONE 721
8o
ttvth Frlfldalre Alao brdroora. rloee
Commercial And
KotsMboId Storage
T
WE ARE NOW
COMPANY
Dependable
Used Cars
And Trucks
Doaye
Authorised Permit
'
E. 3rd St
Phone 3134
818
Westex Wrecking
Harvester
"'
Dealer
Lamesa Hwy.
Phone
LrAS
r Phone
Agent
'jQ&t
Heaters
Motors
Transmissions
Generators
Starters
For Sale New 1949 Diamond
T, LWB Truck. Bargain.
a rord
lv.v:ii
InUroaUonel
&
ferionait
UIDCLK-iUl-
WILLIAMSON
Mtl
Ml)
Phone 632
HONEST
NG
WRECK
Coupe.
'Neelfs Transfer
'
jr
redto. heeler, lot Uihu. sea
Uret. 4
I MM Cannier Koiel Moor sedia,
Terdnre
1942 Chevrolet
ponuee
)w
tedea.
Radios
1IM
Cbefrolet
t4erate Irensfef
,
i0 Loit
As Low A
Conpltfj coUltlon ana patnt arr1e
L(taTl XlllSk RmU. In.nl.l
.n- word iwere to -- Dleckle" Own.r ' neme
on Us. Veuthn. Phom 1M-506 East 4Lh
1
Pontile Moor. A three
MEEDS HEW OWNER
reit-rolns- 111 Ford Pickup,
Mil rord Tudor Columhut didn't
crote u uue out, out it it a alee
boeL
1I3S Cberroltt
don I Jtuth,
tou mr be aid and beet np lome
etr
raiinlit
M
Phone 59
ANNOUNCEMENTS
MM
MM Huh CteH Conse. vhlle
Krte. rdlo. hotter sad un elior,
fledea Bnerlil Da.
Mil
hoe. wbjte eldeaall Uret, redio, heel.
er end eua lor.
I Mil csemiel ens eenpe. tam-rlo-r.
207 Young St.
'
PtMM
h.
W
Winter win rami . , . here your
eer pointed to protect th. bode
A Cnn.olcte Paint Job
Dea)r
Plymouth
Used Csrs For Sale
I
Jonnsoa
jp
&
AUTOMOTIVE
n
tudor,
.
Your Chrysler
E. 3rd
COO
t.
mure rmrtn w.
4-
Woman's Column
17
Western
toto)
Rill
McDonald
, MotorXpm'pany
Mr
W
FIMUIlM
Phone 9790
Worth The Moneyj
bed-roo-
Button Shop
Garage
MARVIN HUH MOTOR CO.
Clae
CTj
house, newly
Modem
papered and painted, new roof,
paved street. 412 Dallas.
rriono coqiallfcmt;l xyi.
CLSUH Udroome. ii M a nlsnt wr
Zarafone- Livestock"
PlentjTot parttos tpace. Terms. See Harry
wetklr.
Hotel. 303 Oreis. Poooe Us. 1100 Donley, Phone l83rVJ.
PldS tor eek. See fi. A. Wil.r nl JM
OT.
rnermecy.
weieer-Shown by appointment only.i
tiollSB hr tele. OenUe for child to HkbrUdUi' Vtrsinia Reome, icloae
"parkins, wreeklf relet. ise
ride PriUr petnt CeU tao or eeo In.os. free
scam,
rnoive sms.
Jack Robert. Ceehome.
OOOD feunt frtth ralik row. for VKTTr hrsi. nicelr tnrnUned
1 bedreemt, Ferk Jtin. near
Sdtolnlns bath, lerse tmthes
tele IS mil, wen O a, St and IS
Attractive Prices
HENDRICKS BROS
GARAGE
t
im
BMUNUiM MMDEKINa
-
inn
W
tmall.
Phone 308
rot bom pi wan
e
Lametoj kletinr. Tnhln. rakrlet.
ilea, uro repetr end betury tenice
4tlet tlree. lobee, betunee end
end
Treru Cerleton.
meaisor we put p end d.utir,
Complete Radio repair serves Air conditioning sales and
lenrlce Garage work of all
Kinds No job too lsrge or too
-
MM rord kedta.
ism etudbU.r iH-to- o
track.
o.
MM Oedie
Mil Pontleo Club Coupe,
lM Ch.trolM Tudor,
or u?wcnmD
2383--
ROTTCtl
Quality Body Company
V'For
Humble Service
Station
Upholstery
With
ixow
rw. wn wiw,i.
on IKPv JOOneOQi or wtu
bom
-
RENSHAW'S
ral
Nub
in CtHTMltt
Kent
?
'?
le
FOB SALk: bwetrtnt at ISSS B. IStM
ewncrew
e jeert oh.
coiiar
'
aA eaaevel atlMiklitrl SEil1W elefa
Win earry
Kd loan.
'
Wili kklE Urwa iWoom
rmiw
Fee
t
,
Lamesa Hwy.
CLEAN USED TARS
IBM Studebaker truck with 1948'ChrytIcr Town i Country,
NOTlCfc
Our price 11850. Down pay- traUer a
b
TO CUSTOMERS
mem etWA
1946 Chevrolet Tudor. 1139S
tiM rfnum- nl-- . .
Davis
1MB Diamond- - T Mode)
U 1S41 Chrvelfr Plnh rmina tJO. . n.
.!
Now able to take rare of all
fully equipped, ready to 1942 Ford Tudor; nicest '43 in town
customer at
hit' tie rod.'a bargain. 1840 Plymouth Convertible, radio and heater, $498.
201 Voui.b
-- alt 1200
at ft Tralleralnate axle.
1&40 PItrmoilth fVittn
' 1937
1946 White model? W., A;
Fotd Tudor, good
1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe Qoupo. radio
DRIVER "WHITE 1949
and heater.
Mercury Sedan, radio, heater and overdrive.
I860
Srd 8t,
Phone 1861
1941 Oldsmoblle Tudor, radio and heater.
Have several cheap cars that will sell worth tht money.
DONT
Sale
BE FOOLED
IMS Mercury Tudor, rutle and Beiur
FREE"REMOV?a:f
(
Let Us
Make Your Car Look
Factory Fresh
24 Hour Wrecker Service
Bedroorn,
E'ectric
638.
FOR SALE
MM
K
Mac
faily
Body and Fender
Rftnnli
Baked Enamel Paint Jobs Guaranteed For One Year
Laraesa Ilwy,
Kt
w. 7nq m.
U
end
rarnlteri. J,
B. sloaa Fnrnltare, SOS SV Sod. ttrtlt.
REAL ESTATE
IIP-He- utes
t
a.
iwtt
.mi
i,
rem
Mqson & Napper
Used Cars
. i mi noib
IC
,.,
CO.
- Phont
a. m. Until 8 00 p m.
terp)
rord Toiler with heller.
Chevrolet 'Aero, n
B.
IIM rord Tmter.
MIT Ctierrolet Coupe.
Ml Plrmouth n. Mht. tosdeaV
Srd
tV.
Crab Cenpe.
im
Hit
Cu
JBk
Used Cars
HIT Utreury
17H
Lot Is Open 7
C
Bedrooms
"CJrtrfi step and Swept We wm
wur. pen or trade, iruooo sate, sis
NOTICE
i
..RJIENT
fci
Oueets
4S Builiirq Materisll
in.
FHONT oed'room next lo both, air
y
HKW irretn doon. (J to. Lumber, conditioned homo, tsos Orete.
I
Sewing and alterations. One pluinbms
herdwire end furniture
day service on buttonholes VAfTC Si EVERETT TATE. S mike 64 Room & Board
Hlthwer ao
ONE bedroom for rent, or room and
'
covered buckles, belts and but- POft RALEi
Second rtend lumber, board, tiw Lancaalor. Phone till.
tons.
wlivlow. icrteni doom end eeneUin 65
Houses
bllnde. See el till Runnele. II. H.
Knru,
modern untarnished notiee
w.
IU
llttt. Inquire acroet itreet.
49A
Miicellaneous
611 Douglass
gtWINO raeehrati Itenelr
iioUBE for rent,
rebuild Phone 2171J
and bethT
Hit (nbtorUlne
Bur end Rent. 70s Uri. R F Blsbm ke.pa ehlldrtn dir
pinmnw, conpie only. 1IT7 Celt 3rd,
Mem,
or tiltht 107 E ltui Phone ml
bath,
bom.
3rd
bonee
and
"t X WELClf hbuie merlnr
rhone fiXfrU button, buttontanle. Fbone
eait of Act of Clube. Applr Vaothan'e
oe Htrduit at.. Bet etKJ. ITM Benton. Mr. K. V. Crock
ItM or IMI
yrvwTT, im wf ira . rnone osts
on
ijoa hot, nnywnort
er
UNFLRKlSUEb
rooni boute and
KltT Reeldeatlel end Commercial fTtrms bath, cell it STO Pootlei.
budler, bulton.
COVERED
TftltrrEar Cell or vnu Wu m 1
ind UtMtef
lermlnetlnr Comnenr for fre tnepee-lio- n ertlete. buttonholei end .ewtns ef ell Complete
Une Admiral eppneetet for do
Bunnell froperty
w
W
eere
aen
n
toe
Angtlo,
moi.
D.
At.
lilt
k uiere.
ImmedleU deUrerr Alee Une emtO Mff'MUrr cbolci locitlon,
c.w
roon. mn
eppuuroa
trarrte
trolMlne for fabrics, ltnttrle, blon.ee
Kelt.
VEftED buckli. bulione.
STRETCH YOUR
sire, w E Franela. ws W Wall.
rrtleu end buttonholee Ifri Trurtt
&
Telephone
rn.
101SW
ess
H
loth, rhone
Midland. Tew.
rhomei,
DOLLAR
w
WANTED
RENT
Oet that old broken down EXEP children ell noun Sire Kin
turnilur
rebuilt bj custom cabnon. UBS HolaJ, Phone SiC-103 Main
Phone 2485 72 Homes
11 M
a
WILL
beble.
keep
Uri
der
men.
WANTED: Two or three bedroom
n o Morton, let n w em
IIS RABBITS Antorae and New Zee. houie for middle eced coople. Per- lande Urti end tmell. sits hutchee mmtw rraicr. fieeee pnone II II
Alio 'S Chrjiler Rorel, WAKT 4 or
Ineloded
nnfornlthed bouee
new petnt Cheerelet truck with 'II or eparlnrnt CrmUcl Bin Jobe
at
motor. Modi) II Ilerler-Deeldto- n
mo. .inwonyi .yo.
904 Nolan
j
torcycle 'II Mercury motor rood ee
1700 Gregg
Buttonholes, covered buttons, new
REAL
Oroeery. tKWj w. Ird.
ESTATE
Veuthn
rwwM
MM
buckles, belts and eyelets Phone 0561
TOUT! FRIENDLY FORD DEALER"
Cars For'Sil
Uied
FOR' SALE
aBusouriold
tut
BIG SPRING MOTOR
AUTOMOTIVE
Mjattrtislqcjory
rkM
Phone
mVTFJ
n
Hwy.
Phone so2
Big Spring
Ore,
For concrete work of all kinds.
Big Spring Iron
Peel
Toee-dtr-
W. N. McClanahan
n
v pBOiKcfy
4V
kltt ereir
I p e
Cert H
c C.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
itBusiness Service
See
Trucks
FURNITURE
84 Set. Trade
Crenshaw
m SMt a
of Pi.
.
AniCTHTB
1841 Chevrolet
Reinforcing Rodi
Special Coach, radio, beater, new Stone
I. G. HUDSON
" Wirt Mesh Reinforcing
paint Job, all new trim inilde.
New and Used Pip
DIIIT WORK
and
Top soil, fill dirt, caliche,
"fittings from Vt to W.
drive-wamaterial, plowing
Clothes lint pole for lalt
1MB Ford (8)
Pickup almost new.
and leveling.
In Stbck or to urdtr.
PHONE 855
Buyers of Scrip Iron It MtUI 1941 Chevrolet IVi-toIruck, a nice one.
aErTi& tenk end cttfPooT eerrlct
and Junk Batteries,
Septic ttnkt built end
en? Uret
drttn llntt fold no miltit
Clrdt
1940 Chevrolet LWD truck with factory flat bed and sUk
Cockburn Home fttrvlr
3403 Blum,
A real good cheap truck.
sen Angiio. I'none foee-- j
'Bekwta PtMM
Ffcew
Ford Super Deluxe Coupe equipped with radio, heater
new tlrei, original black paint, good condition, priced to aell
quick.
1442
1940 Dodge
Luxury Liner aedan. hai almoit new
engine, radio, heater, all new trim Inside, original color black,
a good buy,
'
4
Platee
-
rt
Emm
1
ADAIR MUSIC CO,
MM
Tard Such Aa
';.
Angle irons.,
nat
fimm
Wl
T
TODAY'S SPECIALS
Cutlom Club Coupe with very few mllea, demonstra
tor loaded with extrai.
'
la Our
,
Ledees
Smith hat opened a WeDT
r
ted
rrmunsne eme garage three blocks
north of Phone ItSt
teka.
Southeast bedroom, adjoining
eta
rrtday, s East viaduct on Gail highway. LJVIMO room eulle, bedroom ratio, bath. Garage. 1209 Sycamore.
and invites his friends and two rock. re, Dunr.n Phsfe dtnmt U-Watrrtne Cbrtoo,
Phone? 1095
customer to visit him at this 41 kadloi
Accessories
IW unfetter
TEJC
HOTEL: Ooeo to, free perttae.
location.
POn SALE Redlo vhonotreoh eoneV
Is nutlnasi service
raut, So) K, Int. lrL Pbone
Miutlaa. sis. Ber'i blercl. like new,- 2tU
F";
sn,
ltt9 Ford
Structural Steel
Son
Furniture
www
'4
i
ita4 lfee4 fevsttwe
Jtsv
Hill
ANNOUNCEMENTS
CAR AND TRUCK BARGAINS
Exfrra Clean See and Price Them
Before You Buy
Ainiiemi Directory
Wf
"J"
"WJfW
5f
J
B
1217
at
Pickle
or
2522-W- -l
throughout.
50'xl60
For Sole"
corner lot Fenced back yard.
40 acres, 2 miles Big Spring
Plenty trees and shrubbery.
on Highway 80 Ualmproyed
except well of water. Ail
St.
minerals. Priced to sell.
320 acres 0 miles from town.
For
Vi In farm, good
etl,.v$S0
Nice frame duplex. 2 lota, gar- rer acre.
age, near achooL Will bring
Rube S.
good Income.
Estate
306 N. W. 8th
rirst Natl Bank Bid.
Phone 3271-floors
516 Dallas
Sale
J
Martin
Real
Phone
641
.
.a
V.rJ
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Kitchtn Showtr
EXramONKT
Graduate Nursis
Hfar Polio Topic
Honors Brkit In
Pturifoy Homt
Stt
And
-
HOW W
Ce
A kKeken enewer wm Mi in
Dr. J, M. WeedtfeAr
e gneet
honor at Mr. W. p. Stanky, fee speaker when tan Big Spring Grad-Bet- e
fertaer Gene Fierce, ta tan ft
Nwe "Ctwn Veld )i regakr
of Mrs. J. M. Fenrtfejr, 716 lit AcCUSs '
CbbBJ RtnlJfn WH
bbTBj
Pltee, Wednesday eralj.
Preceding. Dr. Woedell's addres.
far the affair were 'Recent Tread laPeUe Care,"
Mrs. Joe Sired, Mrs. J, W. Elred,
Big 8nrtng-8e-
war ' served haf.
let style. Tbt centerpiece Included
in arrangement of colorful fresh
vegetable. Gift were pretested
la Urge market beg.
were Mr.
These ttttndlag
Aaron Dimroa, Natalia Smith.
C.
Bratcher, Mrs. Dufc
Mrs. L.
Rowland, Mr. David Elrod, Mr.
Avery Faulkner,
Mr. Blanche
Bruton, Mr. Pat Aamon, ,Mr.
Harry Montgomery, Mr, Carl
KIgden,
Coleman, Mr. Juanlla
Mrs. Glenn Hirgett, the hostesses,
Mr. Elrod, Mrs. Elrod, Jr., "Mr.
McNabb, Mr. Stanley Peurifoy
and Mr. 3. M. Peurifoy and tfce
hoaoree, Mr, w. o. Stanley.
Gats Ultimatum In
Child Neglect Case
Clarence H. Cox was ordered by
Judge Paul 'Mom la. 70th district
court here' Wednetday either to
pay $100 wlthla. ten'dy and. all
back payment toward tupport of
Jail' senhi child or face'a y
l
''
tence.
motion
The
for contempt of
grew
which
court,
out of Cox'
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all in cultivation, electricity, water, V4 minerals, no
house, on pavement S75 acre,
possession Jan L
150 acres near Stanton on
pavement, no house, all in
cultivation, 90 acres cotton, V4
minerals, all crop goes with
sale. Possession now.
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J.
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Phone
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NOTICE
If
a fair
you have a small farm with
Berih-ceBtr-
For Nolan Officers
In Forgery Cases
Another guest, Mrs. W. M. aage.i
was alio presented with a gift
In celebration of her birthday;
Cut summer flowers were placed
A
woman who hat
at vantage ;poInts throughout the given local, authorities three' dlf- same was la Jail her tat
reception
rooms.
Refreshments lerent
morning, awaiting the arrival of
were served.
,
Nolan county officers who want to
Those attending were Mrs,
ousstion her In connection
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dochs-Mrs- .
Garner McAdams. Mrs. The woman at one time gave
C. Y, CUakscales. Mrs. C M. her name as Eleanor Johntea
Weaver, Mr. A. C. Moor. Mrs. another Urates Mr. J.
Chris-Jack UghtfootUMrs. Charles
JDeputy1
Sheriff C." E klter tald
Mr. Tom Rosion, Mrs'., 8. ..
R. .Nobler, Mrs.' H, V... Crocker, everal forgery, charges would
Maryle James, , two gussts, lUlga probably, be pressed against her
Jahren of ort .Worth:. and- Mr. trarc, urn,
Gua Oppegard,' and the hostess,
ours. James,
ofj- -
and
house
Improve-
ments, within 15 miles of Big
Spring, with at least 15 'It of
mineral rights, and will take
$7500 or leM, please call or
write Dick Burleron, 703 ff.
Gregg. Phone 628.
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oi tae Bible," at the business
meeting of the Concordia Ladies
Aid at' St. Paul's Lutheran church
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Wednetday.
Round table discussion followed
the study.
The Rev. Adl B. Hoyer gave
the scripture reading and prayer,
Mrs. Hoyer read a letter of appre
ciation from a aister la the' or--'
phsnsge la Germany, which ex
pressed their appreciation for, food
received. Plans were made to send
box, of the clothing to the or
phanage during the next week.
Refreshment
were served "to
those attending. They were the
Rev. and Mrs. Ad,. H. Hoyer, Mrs.
John Foster. Mrs'. F. G. U Snow;
Mrs. w. r. Pacball. Mr. Albert
HoherU, Mr. W. C. Heckler. Mr.
N, W. Rupp, Mr. Harold IL Wake-houand Mrs. Mickey
Mr mnA Mr. Rav Baldock of De
Carroll
here
to
expected
and daughter, China.
arrive
catur, are
Baldock'a
visit
to
hi. w.rkfnd
r..rn Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bsl- nV
Dr. and Mrs. $. $. Balrd of Dal- In
vs.
las, visited Mr. and Mr. J. T.
plea
privilege
borne
A
of
for a change
Rairrf m their return trip
of venue, made by the defendant
tn Rntlr. Colo. Theirthedaugh'
Unl- - In the 70th district court suit styled
ter, Nancy( has entered
Parker Jarman va Zale'a Jewelry,
veislty of Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. Loasn A- - Beksr ha been overruled by Judee Paul
are planning a vacation trip to Mots. The defense gave notice of
Fort Worth, where they will visit appeal to the Court of Civil Appeals.
their son, VToody Baker, a
at Texa Christian Unlver- - Zale'a I being aued for malici
ous prosecution and damages.
where
Hv nuah Knrlnes. Okla..
they will visit their mother, and
Red lUver. N. M.
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Session Honors
were Mrs. R.F.
Local Pust or Named
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OuesU durfng "the psrt' two
weeks la the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Whlttlaetoa, IOJa Stadium, were Mr. Cecil Tuinblesoa
and children, Betty, Sandy, Patsy,
The Rev. Warren Stowe of the
and Judith of Clearwater, Calif.
B1g
While here, Mrs. Tumbleion and Airport Baptist church in
lamuy aiso nsitea tier sister, Mrs Spring will serve s the evangeTUa Smith.
list for the revival In 'the Sand
Springs Baptist church beginning
REAL ESTATE
Fridsy evening, Aug. 12 and con
tinuing through Sunday, Aug. 21,
92 Farms
Ranches
Services will besln at 10 a.m
and 8 p.m.. with the exception of
RANCH
Saturdays when only the evening
OPPORTUNITY
service will be held. The Rev.. A.
M. Bryant will serve a host pasUNEQUALED!
tor.
The public ie Invited to attend,
W. InipteUS Ihla IK)0 ten ranch
Slundt. MiTtr hart
m
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to
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knub7.
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Nurse, presented a film, "Ob Our Own." The
film dealt with' the convalescence
of polio patients.
Doris. Smith presided during the
business settloa when plan were
made for, the local club to be' beet'
cm to a district meeting of ' the
Texa Graduate Nurses Attoclt-tion- .
The session will be held
at the Settle Hotel. September 21.
group
will meet at'B p.m., on
The
that date; "Naomla Hedrick, Ray
Bowen and June Asbury
named to the nominating commit.
tee,
Refreshment were served to the
following:
Jewel
June Asbury,
Barton,- Virginia Crowell, Theresa
Crabtree, Betty Pike, Ray Bowen.
Marie Cbristotfen. Noaml' Hedrick, Mr. Reece, Doris Smith,
Esther Tranlhum, Blanche Owen.
Emily Webb and the sponsor, Dr.
Neil
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which be was tetd to give tOM
to snake eeataet
C. L. Nertwerthy No. 1 Mary
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boy approach T. ChrWlae. M0 feet km
A Negro
In dyna'mHed.
seuht aad 1.W0 feet from the west
The letter was signed, "a pat" ed Wra, asked U We same was Baes
t&P, was
It alto threatened Wlttera wife Miller, waa teld It was, and tten IBovKaKof secttoa
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and grandchildren unlet he ear leek the
pay
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where
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contained
which
seek
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The letter said fee writer had paper. The boy then wandered leggod.
Thursday memmc R was
at
SM0.0M In jewel bidden u Ger-- down the ttreeV apparently leek'
8 Ml feH to black tor dark gray
many and wanted to borrow $6,308 kg for eomeeae. '
ahale, dark gray Wme and white
Officers followed the youth and lime. Setae reef material was
to ttrtogm. So far thete
Anally picked him up. lie told them
And GHatter
tall maa had given have been bo shews of ill er gas.
a
hint SO cents to pick, up the tack The veeture ic a deepening, opand deliver it to him at. the city eration of the. Santa Fe well abandoned at 4.W feet la 1848. It I
nan square.
projected to 8.500 feet
Police presumed the man 'h
Tea mate Berth, the Amerada
caught on to the. fact the boy was
Bluhm
No. 1 J,. R. CaBRtag,
being followed.
tcuthcaKt
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quarter,
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Berden
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was
from Police Chief
ed with a gift on her 20th wedding M." Burton and declined to release belew 4,484 feet la Urne and chert
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Olaseeoek 18.008-loteet la the
Sew. and Chatter club far the heme
northeast marter of ecetten 332-of Mrs. G. L. Jam, 18M Nelan, Woman Held Here
wat belew 2,130 feet la
4. TatP,
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a, review of the study .book' deal,lng with the work of the .Episcopal. Church at, a regular, meeting
of the St. Mary's, Episcopal Auxiliary held in the home of Mrs.
J
Lee Hanson.
Sewing wa
the entertainment
Here
Plsns were made for bsraar to be
in the fait Mr. John Hodges
Alvln
JefferiM.of AfiUene ha
replaced Vic Dziewas a district wis named the hostess' for a regumeeting
to be held August 15.
field officer for the AAA.
f lar
were served to
Refreshment
Jefferle ha bene aervinit Tay
lor county a It admklstrative the following: Mrs. Verd Van
officer but at one' time. served tUi Gleson, Mr. Ague Young.. Mr.
B. 0. 'Jones, Mr. E. B. McCor- area In the job-hnow: holds.
Dxlewas has been transferred to1I nilck, Mrs. Owen, Mrs. ' Charles
faU jiooerg, Mrs. ome DHstow ana a
District 15, which Include
visitor, Mrs. R, C. Strain. home town, Victoria.
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toeSpurlocic of Fort Worth was parade,,. Everyone had a wonder
neved his bed' oyer elected commander of tbVTexss ful time at the Legion Roundup
a vMmr laat night to get
Department of the American Le- Dance
last Saturday evening.
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call-gion Ja'it Sunday. Jack Reiohhrt of There were many
,WeivtirWu Yte the pelihbors
San .Antonio,. Vorld War 1 vet- ers present. Regular meeting for
et'eloek this tnlfla. A
eran,', was named department ser the Legion Roundup Club will be
IMttag, ev4f ( We- - sleep.'Ve feU geant at,arms,
lie, won; over Neel Friday evening
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ewt lite wtndew.to death
a rear Barnaby.and Bob
Dark of Tyler.
Reburlal services will be held
yejti, five fleors bete.
Miss Carrie. Wilcox waa. ,
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Sunday afternoon for
d department hlitorlari and W. rero
4;3Q, In the Mexican Catho
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F, Suelsle waa elected .department
treaturer,' for the 22nd consecutive lic Church. The American Legion
Inn
year, Lgnion -- rnet. waa unop will bo In charge of graveside
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turned department chaplain by acclimation. Only one bid Was recity
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next year and that was from
If Beaumont's, bid la turned
down Fort Worth has Jndlcated It
would take next year's convention.
very
Our Ttlfle Squad looked
sharp leading the Mh Division in
though
even,
tho convention parade
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Krxt Auxiliary regular meeting
will be 11 August,
The American Legion Auxiliary
U now on attlve part of the V,
S. O. TWi was decided by the
eenventloas retelutloas committee
;,. Lubbock .and Big Sprlax have
the largest 'Auxiliary tnenbersMf)
In the 1M District.. ,AH nsecn- nera or we
shm see ab- Wary are ttraed to pay yew
dues now.,, Tbe AwtHiary .received
hanoraUe meaUoa in their reha- bttketlen work at the convention
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medical attention in Ft worm.
Mrs. Helen Steel honored hi" hus
birthday dinband Harold with
ner Tuesday evcr'r.g. Guests at
tending werv Mr and Mrs Neel
Barnaby. Mr, stut Mrs. Doe Bur- nette and Mildred Flitxell
The
American leelon Auxlllarr
3rd prlxe with their float In the.
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day evening 20 August... Dr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Swain, former residents of Big Spring were deleiatea
at the 'convention from Huntiytue.
They were asking
about their
many friends here. Pickpockets
were at work at the convention
and. Mrs. Harold Steck wss an un
fortunate victim .Buddy
Cuin
Grigsby Is out of town on a oust-neas tilp. Tbo American Legion
clubhouse was broken Into
and
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conduct. The lino Hopes to nave
the Gordon' here Sept. 15;
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mliatoirfer the ship to enter Shana-ha- L
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broached; they said they.v expect- -
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