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'assssrisfsssssssfsPSV-Massachusetts .virtually w assured of trying to bypass him in a members' adjournment might be la proposed new investigation of order after House passage of the relations. proposal and President's arms-aiTaft told a reporter he 'thinks bill for'econoralc .assistance te ' there Is a definite move afoot BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBA''lfHftVlW'? Korea. among Democratic members of the "We are far ahead, of the labor committee to leave htm and McCormack noted. supporters of the BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBB.MASSSSSSSSSSaK'L x sEik other measure Is due, te MV 'sl' "The nrms-ai- d vVVaF r Inproposed new of a Act out come'out.of the House, Foreign Afquiry group. fairs Committee'late this week. So "If they try It and they have anxious It the committee to 'set given every sign they will I'm s rid of It that it held a session to fight It In the Senate." the last nigbt.and called aaothtr early , ',. . . , Ohloan said. ,, one today... Donneu Sens. He said he and The Korean aid bin has been ap). who and Smith proved by the foreign affair comdeveloped the bill, which the Senmittee and now Is before the rules ate pawed as a substitute for the committee,, The' House .leadership ARTIST ARRESTED AS FUGITIVE y Ralph tut, 51.yarld " expects a rules committee to act re administration's Indiana landscape painter (right), was arrested In his Franklin, ' pealer, weren't Invited to join In 5 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 atlMui Vit mltht ti -i- ncluding Johnson County, Indians, jail In Franklin In 18M, mtnaBemeatrrelsttons deeket.l the minwteto "fswsl" lait y --rCopyrlght 1949, by the Indianapolis Star) 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. " r- .' V 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 t voted against the Taft bill when it Seaat June JO. ..-- . Bfct?tfa teMUhe'Seaate FprelgnRelaUona-'kaadArmeaiServfee- f ,1lssssssssffiss.sssssFm ' ,(R.-OhIo- . V? 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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 rnnntv ' Thi -- 1rHnn uHTl rnn. the WW .. . . ..." Act. -- .. "' -- dt,on of K,2..H conimon , JHL.WK8. 1930 ready Buford and Seven Wells, with commented. Colorado City Independent dis MitchiHTo Vott On Consolidation Of Schools Aug. 31 tlr " Taft-Hartle. " " 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. ' h1 4lnmmttl. "W.l'.iii.nt '" early successes.1 ji.', did' M tt- ToTiXtttPtfrC - Travelers were ' 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- Tf ,s . y lMvvrMVl QUICK SETTLEMENT SEEN DDT Solution erf ttta taay.ps) colled .up TTMHMsieattWi Here Monday far tMkate MUtatt, i. v. ai tgaa) M aatsjajjsar. tjavsgag aataajlafly' eja Mvasati af tjaajpa tjesjagtl hraeaua lawjK a) tttaWd eatst.i Mat waa MresJaeed bp'Bep. baaat) al Xaffcf wa i avatsaa fjasl 4nt ta waaai eat taeaa at t asjlaitatiti 'wage li ' aaatttag alaja Stp-ai1 jhTtahoc eeaaaatsai CsV: a : ii Uftt atrtfce ta CM44e war CWrs4fl CHy, Aug: 11' fSpD-T- ae 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 tA i A thousand, doJiare werth of 'Tha .slispuaViMt4?Wewe 'te. AT of L lre m ",htr'mi r .rv. six per eeat DDT VettA .testing ,Wg mate be tvsUaWe' to te It mUeaU sree'XMr'g.lty Spe the te4r,n The Tita atlt aarrttd'tha hsaaa aaveeatai bar flat geetetary ef tator TatJhs, aad ! rtjaMsstasjvaa tf anajor laaar ataaaa , Strike Halts "VttiS On TESCO Plaiif-- Available; Free actj t Vtt f aat seat M tar LkM- - ntmW&i ,iHNri A Wcue it ej ale. , - KnpQnnmTf Sherwto-Wimtm- m ' insect-breedi- lig Market Strong strong 12.00-11.00- ., h.-- if 'm asnd wsmm a.aat tto ateaeare St. wt yhin, 22.00-20.5- 0, 20.00-22.0- hut aaaai 'or WASHlNaTON,Auf.ll.W-ok-- P, Patlertoa, the termer secre tary of war who la IMS gara a pretest ordfr lor 169 auper- M-- bofflbtrs, ttkf today thait U 1 eepU. ftulmpoaeMlty' 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 ' r "x 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-- 'lit ed '' (R-P- 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." , . autm . wtoj Tear weuaj aavF. The tWfieuMy ""ar'ete-'erer--m ereei eoner atsataiaai xiaat'U avai tteei," tpefcetmaa ,fer tat1 MUarMtktn a tow, to II tad provided' 'aHfalaBBBBBatBlaWl teht tee reporter., f r: BoUermtkert 'askedVJot a deal-ile- ifTlivtag bMslc, u -- ', Batlalag Trtdert mmi ,. M.m l. -- i nnmmliiitftn iinhalitfaiaT 'tut' Tpaattl VaWkaHBuasaT jfaAMJ ta atjaiUlal Mm WnWVV aiwiaat aHtaaatsaa. i 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 - 1.1- -' 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'' 1 A !,.. ueeai asg wui gave ta he tettttd by union workers thesitelvet.' . ,taRattssPfjaI eraepsja BVfBaPSVV aijirteiai 'eMii Mm te ExcavaUea work for the TBiCO featiemat Jpwtawa(taj tttam getveratiag pltat hat beta ageiaet aeaatag k gaaK to etatv' 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 WBettWBtrtjtaajtaatp struct intervened. fBKn atap asVaaHsPaTVieap rBBP ad 'for; the lAeae pttl, air aatto m mu tw-were sea uemeertlta, 13 ItepuWUtat, aad. the toaa AtaeaV taberMe, ieaat lUp, Vtvteaioato al 1 e !w ?f ji wit ert - 'AaJantteeag-av'JstLaaa- f luMIM." - l," ate. waga-.Dtn- eTKi,; - 12:01 a.m. 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 . lj Dftnie Uniteriteratary Stephen rtff Ah-- Seerttery :fN, -- ttvy ' --, Secretsry Francis Mstthtws,, (Ap- WlrtpheU). ' ; : t tt. Tnmum. MESiDENT SWNS UN FICATIOM tlLL -- . Vmh.mlWfcKy mm! eentftttleMl WmMtV .WeW8W.rWv Wnt Truman tltf !. Ulhw In WathlnttM VtMeftiet tmWcMten of the tmesl Itrie.. At White ' Heute ceremony I ,le rl erel Rept. Ovefte JaVpekt (D. LO, Carl T. (O. Vtfgsl Chapman D Klmb. I, Sen A. . IWmH fHHm, ): 1 aatia. al uiaimum wam frea M ptnta aa hour to 76, m um4 by IVaaidaat BWMHataVaaaBBiVBttBVaaVBBBaHBaVHBaaBBaa NC),t. Aortat The) BowtTpagtjia bUl to raJhaa tba iaj a J ssj 'to being 'msd,4n eeeperstlea. wHh of! Big Juhjor'chsmber tha Spring aebe(Kit Sunday The change affect pasiengerson is me aavaneeraint. and departure, time 'i WASmNTJTON, Uti IX Si illlllllllllllilllllHnillllllllllllllHH lata. 'UtlAreUC ftf of polio. The tree Sc i 1 ' erwte-WheWpwr''a v Harrimsn aald.that lieh'ad been "gravely coacernwi over.Uie.tireat of freedom and peace" that irpos- - I a m 1- -. bbbbbbbbSm'a i ttf 'a..a. . itZ , "P""P"t"g orisrs Asked To Observe New City Traffic Ordinanct vr. . fax Chief' of PoUea tele Grtea h suea an appeal iec eoopertuea ta observing so' left turn; reaultUeas at taree aewatewa laHerittMaat ' jpi ?. EaualixatkMi s Finish, Tttk Todiv - : talt oiksg. "We'vr beea heelitat'to totae The ,tot 'e rhatt tea aauel. , tickets for violation; of the sew taattoa hoard .it iipttlil to aattti ptoto ita review of.tfaeitWtat aa4 city ordiatnee until everyeae. , Asked by committee ' LLssssHbsssssssssssssV' eewweJ, familiar with It," the ehM iittistataHt; today, C.' 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The collision tore off six feet of the right wwtffffl at a dc-- j capitsi atrnnes pisn mn ma cran.riaw on far six miles snd landed safely attna MHwaukea cettnty .airport wHh nana ef the 30 ptriens, aboard hurt, ,AP VVIrephoto) aua u piaw ("'IW im t See-rata- ry taaVart at tba letee taber'Wa'Wttfcal, UHf.H npntttiU mr.lM aa jwHdtf Ml Tba eaaaalt Htt' atsMM tMtfl It MtoMMlr Ms.. Lata lAbat ka beea WnM tatt-amMMf WaaV , afilbf.U aaaJtWaa. naa7nMMrt ara aarty a4(riboM.ta a atattwaai asada W -' osawel project .usderway la the Freaek KAaABAKr, Japan ttV-T- o laUowlai-bJmajority ot Its votersj ;;CyJCCulture." rattm Prawaari WHk Mora CmmI otf WuUuka imm.whIu aaa. traat' overwBlBtag thlaatom-bemblaaucHy has IIMMM NHIM ifjisii.u mo wprs' BsivegeuDics ' (Kaynawdtbadaya AaaardhMt ana graina, being coaeuciea oy or. the "mleraattenil City of -- ". at ika'auatiHli aeVeramaat ire M aMJLBEt Its new status Takeolfuruhdwho "jwasAgricul- liiBi nnnm mimaara4tuae,CmTett it bay vHh'a Itthree-ds-marked y cultural festival on tba warpath agtant Ute'plB-.isgasaxi aaTrMnaJWaiMrai on th fourth asalverssry of, .the tursi uiractoroiresigned Rbut aad nia. Biuanauf auea w to. devota bombing, ' raaa daatriaa aa Urao'to his, research. The a- - four-'yefull t eilmaxed vote The dtptemaU JAt when" the tomb! explodbetween Nagasaki, (ho aec-etIbaaaTittinarc. Tba Stata Depart-man- feud Japaaeae matrepolla to feel the ARMY tbey'aiyv H oriy too WeU ed pot fa'trom funmo'a, Experimight, ?;' lllroshlma, and awera that the death btw "IMrd mental farra; . , ?. Tt wsated; Taraaw RvarRHta warid. areata lh flrt,,Both:BKles 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 I MHH .t HlroaUma won the ''Peace blast His result tbowTthat the title, and Nagasaki was given the first year of olantlna breusbt bo & "i WiwV Curt '"Culture" xrewn0 asj a consolation blossoms, the second year taw bloa-so.', but. not fruit, and the third prlte. Y ,' , Pear: Daal'MbtNMaeMa(aWBImmof waaaa turn After the cHtaans.of Naguakl ap- and fourth rid aa'i alM fer most plants? Mere normiL proved tba arrangement, ,wtth'even Nagasaki,-EmperOn a'vtait to mmad,iraaliifui: Hub Hint. ..,ii. '. mm taaAwaaaa the Communlata Joining ii 'i "?' ;aad JhW atlaitac Ma HIroihl ObishJ an- - lllrohtw,-- -- hlmselt..,;an. ' amateur ; Rl a,aw. botanist, asked furuno, three ones. AAaa. nouneed that he IHt'tbe alternate tlons; a rate siege of verbosity for aan,piywM0jafaaii.Wal ?j 'fa aradaM mm w a ria gaa ppa tltla mora rillUltf' t brace; I bow think U Is much more ap. mquJat!. Emperor., lie .inouirea Jtintw Haawwittw JM.. 7JH ' utd 'aa. a faaea tarew. faaaltaa tato tba fipfi d oronrlsle for Nagasaki to ba called whether Furuno Is studying the efaaM,4W)MMi m -& Tbara vaa a pirn a 'City of Culture' because west. fects ot heredity (yes. he is): ,1V. ( .! Uah. tbraw ftre avar Mm, retuty era,civUkUon' wss .first lnlrodue whether the results "are being com-aaanf saaaY '"im'Tf'M 4.H 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 ajMmtfbaa bcw 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 SEE THEM1 TRY T1IKM1 BUS THEM! Kanri' Xayaaad. former a . be-co- . Cul-tiire- ." AjHHKt Ct. 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K to they wore lea weak to waist the WO ato Aaaeflaaa t aj pteoinira of h HsreW Laakls and oM they redy, ,te eaaborfc wm the ether Marxists" bo' clamorsaggar ed tor "aeetatom M our UtM." IWH now' wMa aaUaaa tltat tlM ThM, mlnd today. nellhr I . d. fRv Sm W ttMPMf. tf ttoaaeet libl ' . J ' Mr . 3 I F T hird British Bid fcf For 1Dollars Seen k: fiCi 'Jt Specializing In Radiology tautry " with tauUiut nd imrata """W . Dm,twH ' aWSHMMre r dniaxtmt Diagno?i$ And Therapy X-R- ay fo Doui'l tmctntaOr Daaa' dn pm. a tMowtia. mj brjnH sllmiilnil tar mr 10 ran. htBDT nUml uut mm bttp tb IS nun ef IdacrtbMaaih out paixmcB VSfUtoa yew blood, (M And Radium Therapy Dafllr miec-lur',before';- he ...' -- ; sr A month of td t, SWPIUSSTOM air-conditio- if yoii love swopping fun ned '', SA' rccog-nltlon.- riJ . as-10- lw tf Pinfu1 years-bringi- -- f- 'v - ln'.td'siip-port.lt,Msy- gfcfewy 11.( Utv- ,?"',' ," , Jaa iff. t ;.'M41.7JaJs .; ;r . ' - BwB M QOCaaflvV .cBauctM4Meiu,aM..aiaJruruo (iOFsWfwP'WaaSWI v minx we sterility. pr,pianu was aue ? , CV---V- ifitera.ito td :feed ;geJbg Into, foliage Instead Plans for the -- 4 lllVf, . baeVlii 'P with tba cultural mot- wjnmuHuuo. A Growini if, ara, not, eampleta But- - among 'iAflef,'.our J,yaray''pf plaiting tba 'first' suiieatfoaa' wssoaa call fruits, vyegetablM arid.,Rrlnf and la ing for th:erectIon of .an Interna comparing them' with 'previous laartad tlub'a rat' eaksiata; Utt.tfcey found aeuaparooag frapa tional hospital to .replace ue nag-asa- Welds on the samo land, Furuno University .'Hospital, which has concluded that the crops bow1 vlaaa trawtol hara. Wvo of, .tba lwt vteei arrjatlll crowlPI. Ws dsstroyed by .;the bomb. possibility Is a buga audi 7by bave (rttaki1ravrH,tbt.; Video rmk. arma vnu, aw Hjas,wn(-- terlum "and library to bold AneJit GroMvlnw . lure.?-- - Sll tonT$ ClSIZU t ifJktAU- iiiwikarr TINTS UM -. . . s Inter-nation- al trolllBf lurM ",itaJavttl b boaka, don't haVtfto ba avary;arlBt They it ay tr OfTPMlTHIC d W1HfI .4 . . , rum ii f irw ' I Aaiwaa l Shlaohsra, a former bank official, pointed out mat ue tprf , ? ,:; v ' ' city was now seeing dark' days. Unemployment Is growing!., reconversion ,hs been proceeding very' tlowly and "the city's. economy has suffered severe-ty.- " v -- umrnrnuak .mi. froMCauri HMtr present time." v" ,WivinnnKnii.. m MMDinr'-jury . Paana MM - "AHAM tw t, ' CLINIC i Mk nmii.ivn .vtBiMt toru 'tiiUII ,.MAMHALLQ.,CAUI.EY J. i -- ,pol-Itb- '. Jt meetings. . But, says City Flannlnf Director MorUo fihlnohara, "W have, too many, plsns.and Ideas. 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Jt It normally present 'in bleed and deposits lit the Walls' of . 1 wt dta-ket- ei aaettt the esperimcats, were afraid tw due la to eat eat. Bat tMa fear passed search ier Ike cause ot hardeH-1- 4 wfcea H was lewd that the amouat et arteries has beea discovered et caaleeterel in teed1 teem to W-- fO jet" Hunum Arteries XOKpuCAS VB) -- an) i, Mm 11 r t .. flsttlttttflaJbsts tflkst wtsal tVVAaR W ab skttsttstl Om htdcap 1" the eaahrtea uaF"trWJ BptJLtsssBSStH gjjatit W vBnatPphtj assssk HwW tflt1sssraW atedy wa the fact tfcat Mtmate, TWasi H. VsakUt nrlatrtsiti dsasiaWJ iW sWtttttW The Uai slag aftiat ta taaaaa eataBatstau AaJ K wai thought that inchtdiac rabWts, 6d set have ""t - Mi a eare, Aflar a faaMt sMjtl sttfttK 4astttt Fer mivn affaffftfU mi rji fnvwirfV neteraUy, HahhHa are the BtWltHI fcaa easwer to "& artery hard-eto- g MVVWVaBf WBW ,VMrt It M MsMrr IwB (RHMR kesag tpita aaea; la annual. 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When allowed to thaw out they died quickly. This study has revealed that cold packs help in treating persons who are only partially burned by radiation. In their efforts to make the de tection of radioactivity more sen sitive, scientists have found a new technique involving hornets. The common hornet tends to concen a product of ura trate barium In Its body. By placnium fission points near an key ing hornets at atom reactor, the scientists have been able to detect leaks long before they could be detected bv Gelger counters. Innocent victims of the first atomic bomb blast In New Mexico In who were 1943 were some cattle exposed to dust made radioactive bv the trst. Most Immediate effect noted was that their hair turned gray. er siiHa Hssatsaa" MICHAEL m HH H .aVHsHH tSasaasasl SBMBSm M BasiiW M Bi LHasV V . Hal y 1 aaVsiB asiia5; aH aHtWi, ' aVtastaaatl iw HaaH aflsiiiiW VHas Warn L. BENEDUM., 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 "A the ing 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 ; U history and a. dustrlal nahs'uXuched u UID ICi UIIC ML wiMMW, in the original account. 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 Aarosol Bombs 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 I "But, I'm ger assortment, aij richer discoveries. from Luggage, largt grow old " the former He and his wife 3.95 to 18.95 ' 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 Phone 22G3 605 E. 3rd 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. 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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 Track, and Field Meet Aug. 13 and DOVER. T.nr . Aua It ,li It will be played In Buccaneer wasa.T Shirley WHBTvaa FBB AMA IUI i!Li May: France' will celebrate 13. Stadium, the local high school athtoday birthday Is her. 17th while aha 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 IOOTB1CI rYlin. ' President Miguel payU Aleman or the University of Corpus Chrstl, She wjll be ascautlou about'eat-la? 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 dash and 80-- Mississippi River. Walls' crew will aea to aettle down. ', from West of that stream. : yard hurdles champion who wurp Her Mota Slmms. football chairman coach,AHarry Boudaklan, run in the. 100 yard dash: . says she will. 'so,' Intp. the water Atrumt, Mexico's beat In the Etta Wtgman Wtsemen of Oklathe of high toftball Tli. YiinArftiurch down m. homa City, It prnmollnj! the Jump, expert and put at the shot t ta',ht4 laaw4;WM if the day. was nothlna'.: abedal. and, Javellnj Concrprloo Vlllanue He reported today that the adMT;H i?.m. May, Iwmatafatt she arrived In England neftr- -' ya, who handles the ahot, discus vance ticket sale indicated the staoply wo Since AlMt HdayU ly a fortnight ago,, the water has and Isvelln: Concepclln vaianue-th- dium would be tilled. Buccaneer wore rwnda rwnala so the eeen too rougn jor anyuung more SO' and 100 yard dashes; Tere Stadium seats 13,000. jrtay btteed, up than training dips within the Do sa Bobadilla tor the 100 yard ' Ahc. X," , ver breakwater,, ana javEun; rasuKo Kanua-thm- a IbTIm Krk mm May Firat sne uicu Polio and Hospitalisation one long at wui have least S? for high Jump; and 1 BaiMat UaaM wMh rirtt Inturance Individual and swim m the open rhannel before VllUlon and Conctpclon Stn-ch.w;1 plU Eaat she Family Oroup Accident and niskef her attempted crossing for the relay. w iMMut, aaatBH.iwnji Slcknait Insurance rourta worn, rfanco, io The group la accompanied by Mnser, time today pJorge Molina,' president ot the Na- this side. .So there -MARK ' to relax at her party. uonai Ainieuc rederatlon, and iHsor&Bee AgBey . Lett night more'.thaa ,'a score et Torres, trainer. It entrained ,. hfrtfeday cablegrams, and three .Tuesday for Odessa Biggest Little Office In via Ctudad The MUBeia oi rosea ana carnations Juarer, Big Spring arrived for the .pretty Somerset. 40? Runntls St Ph, H ntaaa.: last: A .second .birthday cake Is pn. the way." Her. mother not too disappointed at not making MagaMaiaaB,jataBBasBBaBBBBBBBBst'"M- -, U vuttiaz It' ea a Plane la Boston the swim before she turned IT. "All ahe wants to do Is awlm on kH-and the hat lota of Wb HTbiIkH bwMm jn conirast to tie deucaews w a the channel I pulling for her," aaid the people wwMc liat' Btamt.wHk 11X. . rv.A Wrthday taWe, hlr,(y May' will hM Mt Half tM aiaead with dowa some concentrated liquid .Anywayj ta the does It ahe will glau'of which la aild eed, 1m wa tq D equal tn a steak pinner, be--, ob i no youngeti pcrtoa who ever CauMe aa4 Waharlinw 1Mb Immubm hMata wMh Jat anemia k awim we aar ftcat aai Ml far aaaasd Jiwt- tudike the lateaerr channel i 1 K I awimmw Capt. Matt Webb, ahe G to Mat Mfh taillrHiil wW have m alcehetic lWi, Capt I;,, aaaaBB aaaafcy CO, JORDAN T.E. a am WUi ateked us on .brandy and WttMH, aLOVO T0Msi lllljj Hh atreAg ale, In eddtlloa to beef tea M Imr maa wtoaar. a ad ced liver oil. before he iaacaBi aa hath sweat) it ia Jff, ( hS'JBMLSm. ' JBullM l?.ltU IBBBBeW Training Starts Soon For Corpus Football Classic Stnoritas Head Shirley Waits .TpflPWr fAHWi Watch LITTLE it . Chi- - ington: double plays 'won- - for the 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 victory over the Cubs to a Pittsburgh Pirates. h.. W DAVIS... America's Qljtf Tires with Automatic CURVE SAFETY! all old Sweetwater beiUwkk aa'aihome bate, he silent have" clouted 60 or 6ro fof'.Ofe, year' ' "'. " ' Pat Statey'r leaiue record, foe e hlti US), act lait year. way home appeari none loo e cure. At the latbat count, Stu4WHllama of Bellinger priure uai p mi creun ana nroriy.ou gamea to piay. One Mark, tliat aDneara fn ii Georea ralnla'a trlnl. marV aim let laetear.rCalola, then with; Det'HIo, bantfed out 18 (en to hit credit and-ha- j L Palmer of OdeHa an ouUlde chance , " " ' et'the ,Hrk. ana total oaiea) appear safe, at wwiiri aiuggingMnarica (nui'i leaat for thief year, Big" Bob i.hai 375 .total batei and 176 rum battd X . " ?WsBBbV BBBBBB7BBBBBBBT ,. 4 povTe5 ""? a oHMta Hffilllmliilk Ex" pippin i'' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbIBBBT V BBBBBBBBBBBBBTeBBlBBBT . n,'" .lnii 3.i.l of upsets. Tho.,)Nats " thaded the 'SrUaau'. uhn hlf1 M.fuK.'l,,,-iW Mnn'Ailr &jjTTixii7iII-j-Ilj.'VI kJlii.Ji, tfu"-i-:i -. l" t!li :PhlladcphJa.AthieUcs,.R-7- , and the iaB Chlsox'tobDfd the' Detroit Tigers. In 10' innings. ' try and aut'on Carloa .Paieuauti Im wu- - .un... iifh tt di aauriiiiiLiii uul onccinnivtr'.uaiiKcu '1fti9 .V.nMl. Tt.BMnlr .r.t.'d'. .IrltU Dim AkImI ..Hu 'il .'Sherry Robinson's 'grand alam Haetor Sat kit i ,ml J ,M jt tajHM. Wliad hlMri,;ln:th.circultlt'year with 3 - homeri;. Had MoBchakhad'tha homerln the.fourttvand alx Wash,Maaaa ia .di'.'?Hi,ft.Vt z Vaaqim. Wt Jt. M Ilfaat atjtEmU iUA rama OfSa. hi Your Old JAMES " I 4-- 4 MI.WIHUMPR Grey-houn- 2--1. 182. .aBjflVSidlra 11ll 'gLllllHB m wL v V'ffr hlli tJtlm ;.,' ;-- si?t contest booked tor 3:30 p.m. ;' 'Allende will bring a powerful club to town, from all reports, "tha club trom across the Rio Grand river beat San Angclo't recently, in 11 Innings, tn two starts against Ahgelo, Big to break Spring has managed even. laa Mendoza will probably twlrl for the locals. 6-- W CICANTIC IAYS bbbbbbbbbbbbbbIvbbsV ' '- uaLHBK iHUULr bbbH sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI .aBBBBBBBBBBBBB?' Hnfi almlltr-'tapitlty-f- ,"'' fc.iI fHrtTS r' 10-4- .- bai Yaex Ysnei's' Big Spring Tlfem return to baseball action here Sunday xneeUng the Allende, Coa Mexico, team at Steer park in at round ruth with a sustained attack that made Gus' knees buckler It was the seme story In the next three rounds until the fifth when Gus landed a stiff right hand. former The batteTed light heavyweight king rushed with a stiff right to the head. Charles seemed to 'wilt wider pressure and slowed down but he had Gua miss ing badly at the cm. The tighten suffered from the Intense heat ot the hottest day of New York' hottest summer. ,Vj. I lilti ititUt ....ws.luhJ. afn, 1IIIM, V.Vlj'UMA, UK 1UV1UUIIIB judges, had Charles out front 1 in rounds t the end. Charles weighed 180, Lesnevich ,. 3-- " Page, i, ' ' DurlairMhat. tlmeVJihev eall bo Jteawall for thre"dav. Joe rotlred tha dangerous Sox aes wen orop. m onaiiunger ior tniea with, only one harmlesf infleI4 sinT Beet Ba4w,lteyatafat aked nwve te Mm jmcio iot two gle Inthe eighth and ninth topre-erv- e . ., ,., &Hie yeer: Ms aaraatfc wiKVafatBMsHa.MatM .ttaal .Mearai . (he Yankee, victory.: It mwk- .unee jmhm ;rem ww exeMKten, tar Jeeaiauave eniyiaeven-ffior, Tne 4attat wmImh ed hi 3th relief appearance and . Jfa wttee feeord, ..What wilt make the tlehW.y Jaunt' to touahslj thai' all three, of ine win game no.a aavea. i'oro s kak art-e- d Iteatenlr with tk but he's saved JM thateamaRMwrfl. Sin Ahaelo and,'BalllnBr aro lther..crDDina record It Mali TWJoiWiWMttHr for another Yankee to fM.In'lhe flrttdlvUIon or tryng.to.broaden their clalraj on.thelr Reynplda, Allle starter, "and two M VJNMiik Irtfathe lair Tommy Byrne. Page has been fori . wlaa aa4 waa wanr in only 11 losing Yankee" games. Mil. Weld', who Wrvtd thai LbnflhorrVMa.flue-- ai IU offlclaf Indlinif lost" ground when .tetWtklt'lt'yearMlfneW oaeratlnji Iri a he ' they jWrre' edged ,out,i Mj by the ' ' i' v:. " rcallfernlaaeisiue, VCIan C ouMIU: : ijutiiaui lowly St.. LouU Browns In .a night a l.LJL' w.araaiMHi'i nMreHer (iiwmniaiir, bii( wars, Bigrapnng Tim ffCKlr now affair: Dick Kokos, former Indian Uylntvier'FremoJn that 'UatueM fitting '.349. Thafa ihe third 'homered In the ninth oft , 'beat'ayartBe lnvthrf leagues n a ' chattel, to anan tie. hki1 bm action fee By JACK HAND another Joe Louis around. "Yon might as well Ret used to Etry AP STAFF NEW YORK, Aug. 1L 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. ... .. ......I. 1... ...j - J cuu ui acven nniiiui taai hl.L, iiiimh at sked" Referee Ruby Goldstein to 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 MrrinmA i.lta' mvm hM nut IM Innlrltia fa, annfriav- - I Charles met Lestiettch'i first Joe Louis. Brother, there Just ain't Books Allende n 8tey .and n4ar Charles Sells Self To Fight Fans With Win three-gam- With; Tommy Hart, Meat weak, Fat read trip that will Yanez Brigade Pe. "HAMILttOWIAN WINNER -- i Mtii TMI tha Ud) eroiltl running of the , tha ffilh line to win tha aacaiid h'att ef tha 34th HamhHtMlan. and amtfaa whwlaref the 1944 Hambletohiiif Stake. ' " j U. V AD 1. (jfn HTM tea? Odeeea'e. .ma, .attared'ithe aalalBlp' bbbbbbP f ever iB,tlsK,'Brtav: , The Jted Sox own the clrcuH'i iop batter In Ted Williams. They possess the league's "wlnnlngest" pitcher In Mel Parnell. In Williams and Vern Stephens, they have Ihe one, two leaders in home runs and niha halted In. In addition, they lead In team, batung and slugging, and ranx third compared to the Yankees' seventh in team fielding. Shouldn't that rate them theJ(67 X. spot In the tandlnxr Yet the lied Sox find themselves In third place, six and a halt g games behind the Yankees," who also Own a five and a half game bulge over the run ner-uCleveland Indians, There Is only one answer for thli strariee, and for Mmlon, sad atate of affairs, Tha Red Sox don't have; Joe Page end the Yankees do. It's as simple as that. Yankee Manager, Casey Stengel, who once made headlines by pulling a bird out of his dp, doesn't have to resort tn magic when trouble looms, lie (Imply calls on Joe :. .Take, yesterday'! Important game between, the Yankees and Red Sox, lo .Boston. The Sox had drawn first, blood Tuesday, wine ning the "first of the They, needed the next two to 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 er In the lest half of Uio Inning to mnice ii. Aiicr ivopai purvivea a shaky seventh inning. Stengel ex. cused his lefty, tor tbn day ahd Summoned' his 'trouble-shootefront-runnin- . be- - ikran hurian. Alt r t harriet. aiid Manager. JdoacfeW wt weal to'the etching a. flak ita after "Everett 'TMAvM BWHy Biai d felled (tllcHLIft By all the laws of baseball tt tlstlet , the Boston Red Sox, not the New York Yankees, should be leading the American League to- - 'radaBSBaaa4r'-ltaBt- JOK AP STAFF Btwtcs. WU Oitw, , Junior Circuit . . LICKS LESNEVICH Statistics Lie ftme. Owned W . MCHtitt tested Qperaf exi by F.D,fJROSLAND k 9 PheaeJM h ruar-aatea- d. For popular cart.. ItW BBBIbW eaat'lJMI. bch.Sj7.65 iaiiewatafilBaeJ '61 HlAOLAMP Replaeement for any ear using "Staled tiflmf"' fee Mart Pepitlw Cars. 40-4- 8 ttl , $1.12 . de - h STARTS AT 5 Coaches Gather For Grid Clink HURLING IATTLE LOOMS TONIGHT Streak But Fails To Take Fourth ht 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- m DtHat 11-- 5. other, 8-- 7 1 - e. Ei-sa- rd x games, Shrevteert In nudged league-leadin- g 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 " Sunday. ' 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. i Beau-men- Show Underway retirement. eltht-iam- half-gam- 6-- Chicago Links 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 " 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 u 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 m all-st- WILBUR MARTIN AP STAFF 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 -- m,en's-an- SAVE AT 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. NATHAN'S An IrfaMl Drink Set CentitHnj Of; 1 Pitcher Tee Gfattts Fruit Juice Glaii.s ALL 19 PIECES .FOR. ONLY $ and Jerry Bill Montgomery Houser. local tetvnla players will enterMhe Abilene Country Oub City .Tennis Tournament to be held.ln Abilene Aug, Matches In the tournament will s be played on the University courts and at the eoun-tr- y club. Houser and Montgomery will eater junior singles before teaming: us lor junior tteublei 1 ..,- - 70 a"W ei .gVaeM k lgst 12-1- iiardln-Simmon- Wa. , WELCOME LAYAWAY" ' ' tStoDUZSS sjBatlTawseCaBa?- ( saaat aBwSwswsVBwsawSwSwL. , - PURCHASE . "'? tnttegeiif aWaivlaaenaW jPafW"'? BB f y HefrtsyrstitJ HAk- - CoMalH.OBtd Uoned:by the United States Xawn Tennis Association. Trophlcswlll be ', warded, winn.en and runners-u- p via each, of four divisions, including men,' singles and doubles and Junior singles and doubles. U i ComtvrV Alt? HERALtfWANTrAtiS'GBT MSULli i $ 277. The pro field today Includes the year's 20 leading money winner. othera who bad a respectNCAA Rules Group and 46finish in the able Legion Tournament To Friday In addition to Sntsd end Man- grum, there are plenty of other Led By Leonard 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 neaoimere. an average of .500. NCAA "sanity code" violations and of the Other players and batting ave the rash of football rages for the season were Jimmle bowl games. .391; Shoults. J. L. Claxton. ,376: The NCAA's constitutions! com- Yesterday's Result! Terry Tullen, .364; James Cauble, pliance committee will meet Fri.350; Glenn Barnes, .333; James day and Saturday to review the LONOBOttN LKAOCS M BIO SPRDtO Mill Buttles. .315; Wlllard Miller. .380; status of 16 known code violators: RoewU "at BaUtnief Arlen White, .236: Richard Gil- - 11 schools classified as doubtful; am Ansel at Vtrntm t Midland Sweetwater gtH a, Meet Offense ' Jm wbwSwSwSbwSkLwJBEV 1l J ' 5".1, ' aBitalaassiws-s!aa-sasB- U ' eSWeterGlei.es In Tournament r That AtitljknA TAitninsutl 1H9 Ltrfi let Local Tennisfs piay. 11, BMH Losing Etghf-Gam- e Thvn, 'Aufnet "Bit Spring '(IVtM) WtrtM, Dallas Snaps ( At. eUu..awMr4avl.U lAS?y . ,Jr.- - 1 A- rs , ing. The committee has declined to identify violators of the code. Baptists Triumph RufHJown,WonMKit YMCA-Churc- 4. Methodist-Eas- Get RJch,Red Blood was postponed. Put Vlger In "Ufa Stream' Jap Crown Prince Visits U. S. 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Ntlta atarttd hk aucc carter, whh tktt-fasadth- sty Pls)rts rj Ooauaua-- j lajatt I'JHBgH niter aeeetBaaaa asai fradutttoa treat ,LtUo4 (SaaaTi fcaalord Ualvecsuy. He tha Ctpt CM hit ataytrsat tkt Dea-ts- k rwi saaav" aaat or . Pittsburgh, Navy veteran. 'a . LemnlUir la one clpal authors, of ment measure; A ammmmwj Pirbe .? I-- nhbe wv Tnn w plsln-talkln- g v of the- - prln-- 1 armaWest Fofcter,"he Is deputy command' ant' of the National War College andchslrman of. the Foreign As sistancoi 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 fiFsffl. SSuSSdel.Si ecA and Stat. I aatlona had to remsln In the 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 $1,450,000,000 ' r fig-ur- er 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 - WORD-A-DA- Y By BACH CACHINNATE tjnai:) (kak'LAUOU TO LOUDLV er." 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, 4 . Ml THIS 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 Xal-shsk- e; Affairs Of The World-DeW- MacKenzie itt asaMaaswssseasssaaBaasmsssMsasassMsa 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 ' - ' i' both1 like." Hollywood sights and sounds '- i 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 SUG-geste- Kai-She- k. tslk marriage. ' vtam OR IMMODERATELY t.' ar:;ia,i.5-av.''.,- auc-cessl-on y. & i 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' . 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 doea 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, ,"-ae kfiger,; Van Uter, weeks Several 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 What down-to-eart- h. Marlow. Today-Jam- es WASHINGTON, B-3- 6, the-gla- nt 6 ' , a. Paa? m . , CadPeUtos', 'bsWkLTka aaet year ha toairtd mmm tr, of-h- Playhouse aad made fltet Beotslway ,p-- tttah The rraat aaMatM k attve4.;TiM reaatr aaeuM Vm, waned went on tor weeKsi-;- ; e'lkmi this ta aa adamlaf txMrleate. For if V MeKELLAB: . Can, you control (the 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 Jto, twa httoeyi,! ' the pufputTof broomef- pUet, 'to, begin thtt .Mtlaneaoly No lr, we JWFFMANNJmodestlyJ: '- "';fAfetd; ) ,. jtotittlty to wHtt tat akperleata e Taul, ..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. " . 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 at' . the . other jr. -- -ww 'nflha - . TTnltCrt Slate. Thcv . ...J . vtwaai. ratstr ana ' Tyier, wooa, waa'.are ' tually spend far more of their time seeing 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 -Teceivug. ine f wim, nwy f .lawnaea, luacuqn. Goyemmeet by ?ameat hteKellar treatment Doting and (s n not 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 't-i of Sens McKeUer's teeth. W - y Pearson ew WASHINGTON --MsJ. Gen, Lyman D, LemnlUer encounter, ed rough going inhls 'closed-dotestimony before the House For elgn Affairs CommlUco bo the $1,450,090,060 European arms bill, The working-ove- r avs administered by Rep. Jethrs G, Fulton, - a -- iaaat-.-- i . . fat level emaa, NkvyVet Jells Maj. General Where To Get Off In Hearing On Armament Bill . ' ' j, t WAIWIWJrWsV Naw Jta.'Ma..C.&. lag ehskman,. Senatof Xeamth MeKtltar, kaa htwiaad aaat.taa haurrU.W'tka Km. wkta ha" was' wltaeHM htfefa him? Th.',' tottc at tai, Wtowlng la a; fair tamplt of tt,Wnd bt ato, M.t;.lpaly;vto,-taistV- aSHaaTVaaBatiL N i .t : m Merry-Go'Round-Dr- aaaf' '' mmmm Alscp Ftci-Jon- pb Dozing AM j5ad6zng4rejp f ,, '.Laiues o Sen. V "1 ' ta -- kttttr than e, eaVVaaval rOaBBBa1 - . a tMefe,lastry.v at Brltala, and tka.ameadmeai was keatoa laal. Oat sjotd way fee tat V.kUto M Msttv Of Nation !adr; Hw WWU short, writing was to bt deat en a that almost anyeaa could uader-staa- d. At the tame .time, M wat, te.be made alive, moving, and Newspapers bare, been foHewtof. twK. Newspapers art becomkg writing con" scious. ; .. Perhaps this may sound obvious to tat point of being silly, but it k true. Many 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 Used. - dlplo-mat- ,' awt dtwa:ae ao toetatienreta- who toufM to put thli "v ameatlmeftt late the bllL ' rlet,ifmitti woritloi. tra1 xpeetedKlto to, tttto huje meaty Mil, hut the prea-m- l 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. '' The' arms aid kill should pan 'ai ra-- " euMtttd, without reduction. Modern Newspaperman Strives For Simplicity, Readability bsrd-hlttln- g Wtr AagggykjjhjL rt Moded, atotAtfce peoyieti thtt UJ. art datonabMd to jo alt e way to Mk lag rate eenalnr teetiri hf ketag He ttwlr :toet, aa4. UeourtMX anitoi freea jtarttoe: mw war, ,cUltClMtor4al.MttmMi..aC ... - mt VW 'tBoTa'tkaa.twyvytthe afwraagltoi. ti IUy)dbUeM 'ail m Dtmeerat cii the ffjaBWAgta A". nta their toteraal- aKtlre , artkia amend-- . f.' Hwtht to aor la reveree, mcha itp. OppoOiate Jt.. Mm fftwTC4 g1gkgkAghJ fAfaUAggk glggtaH fjJ ( 9 WlLAJA erTOgTvVM tVIHflM wBv IPtWfl JtnrWj eke Bat veto lewato. alter , Herald 'Staff Rim-- Tl FuUttua tqaitr aunast amt MUM atortfa niUil k ' i aa mcmS tUu mitwr jfij it, last, t tsbi JL WIU Tfc auocuusimPnaa S aaatudril aalsnaa an mot tJMalabas a4tU4 W a a Mtwal aaa aue saa u3 mama ta tae SCntmd Cut tt rws Offlu at ait tprUi. Tans, Ml W atuiui aawa pubtunw kattla. AJU rUbli tat tasaaSaaMaa at apaauu tmpaieaaa ara ana raaarraa. Tba twaMihita art aal raapaaaiala lat aaf 91 liifcia a trsatrasMaal anar taal say aatat tort&ar thaa u aamet M se tha aast Uaaa altar M U SrautU te t&air attaatua aM ta aa ttse te Ska MkUtfcara Ula tataualaaa Uaala Sw taaaatas fartaar tbaa tha aaMeat ncartat at etta M aa-tu-t) ispaca aatartot tha anar. Tha rich! U an aarrat ta cajacl ar aa attarUtfai ttfU tM aatmtUnt artan an tnapat aa UtuSkaawl, aav- taBaelsaa rttrtttaa Aa? atranawa ttaSMt a ntaUttaa as eat wiam, Bra's Sa aa Suae as Skis surttat 'aal uaa tut chUrtaftf tamata 'aaaa kalat Mpw vta Mint, imu MATtowai, Mtvatam a- "rl(-J- w ,ai aarstaawTATSTv Mara, test Uaartf aoaacstStma luvstt-fara- wa f wu I Baa s at ray star. SU. mf aaat. aaa Stan seat. 6 Big Spring Herald, Thurs. Aug. U. 1Mb By Carrtar. aaa - Girls' Attend Camp At Big Spring Park, Visits Made Mr. aed Mrs. Mason Cos4m asal STANTON, Attf. It J tgtuAM f efaugBteri after .Mra, Aita. HeBtsB. Stanton 4-HC- lub Spi)-L- aBAtlai Penny have retwaed frem a vacation la 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. ee is 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 . II Vst2ES Straud in the Cotirtsey communi Lewis Carm l&BMlj V yf 'SWfcr MJmWL PHISVk BBVlBB7aJ& ' BBBBBWtUi P. r .bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBI bbEIBbibbbbbbbbbBi A dVBjaavk LLwLw aBBBB.aBBT B&SJBJBJBJBJBJBJBH AJpBBBbBb BBBBBb l.BHBal !ilj"l,l?iB E3 will bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI k AW'Bs?MtTLJ'' 1 BmW'!BBBBVI mbWBbB?' mmwmmmrmmWzI' Moii. FBRatiS ; . bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbub Bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 K'iBTBTBTBTBTBTBTfl eel 4sVa1 and Mrs,- - j. Special W-S-!Ibbbbb- bbbbbbbbbbbbS ,JX;fi "&: rti."fj.i fir ty- - JIMMY STEWART. MARRIES w Grinning JlramyBtewart end hit bride of five minutes, Gloria Ulrlcfc McLean, fsce tke' crlwd ouUide the church after their marriage la Hollywood, Calif, Ai Wlrepholo) " to the support ed our of church schools. We bay Beyer taken advantage ot such" "voUin-tary- " taxation. Our' choice liat al ways been In favor of the public school school over the church, whether that school' was ot' out own or another 'denomination.' The important thing to us is the. fact that we had a choice. For those we think church' who prefer sponsored education is fine. It' bat our good wishes. But it still' seems logical to us that the source which sponsor! the educational system, whether public, church or private, should be responsible for the support ot their own institutions. Other groups, in our opinion, .should not be called on tor any support other than that which they decide voluntarily to give. Worthy citl tens should be willing to support projects designed for the general welfare whether the projects are educational or-o- f some other type. Their support of private schools Is their own personal Choice and responsibility. "two-cents- RIBBON RAMBLINGS Mildred Young 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, have from time to lime contribut g church-sponsore- it 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. bride-ele- ct ttLummm "" bilmim 2i f 3mL m $khU 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 ' 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. 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Gloria Jean, of Texar- kana, are visiting Mrs. Stacks' w sister, Mrs. w. a. vvuion, Mount Vernon. mVm99wALW0mW ' Ifl Come lre'Jap2S4BsssB-- - lt Mr. A. 3, LJerd and Larerao Mra. R. F. BureaekV Bey wuttemt ha rtiuraed rem ot Mg Spring TMted Mr; and Mr. ' s nuin trint to Artaata, jf, M. AmeM Uord FrMay. Mr. 'WJ?B. Taoratoa, 'Jr. .at ear. aaa aw. Alien uemei Mr; and Mri; . L. QMm and Sarerenort. ttrMttng! Mr. and BBaasaaaaaaBiBa gBP 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. Aa3 . mT BaaBBBl bbbbbbbI ivBBsbbbbbsbbbBS . t1 Is "' - bUbbbbbbI bbbbbbI JBBW aaBKL. aw af ty three students of McMurry col lege were listed by the registrar as "straight A" students tor me first six week session of summer " $7.95 and - C , . itn, CREPE SOLE Others To $14.95 Vfc iigiy au-- n , Mr. and Mr. Fred Adam ' , Sunday. 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 ... -AUUiiUBtjr nfllBfVv tVln VI dir 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, e- easy-to-se- HAS A COMPLETE NEW SELECTION FOR BmBBBBiWflft. a ;i Mr. anil Mrs. John Adeem and AW Ray of Oaekania vlstt. In ed " ' minute pattern designs ror au ages. Remember, lt't smart to sew your own and eave money. Order your copy now, price Just 23 rents. vimmm 2 and Mr. w o, Joae Brewnweed and Fort Itabol jSt. yOU r' aera. jfameesi, wooa and Mr; and .Mr. iOrady) Oaakta 23 to '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.; .during the la Midland twuani ?u t"BngtS""Ta 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 rforma Jean Ohapnua t k PhIMM W.p? and Bob Averett attest the home to CroM Plain Tuesday week-enweek and, with their famlUea" la wim extended aa visit her d . . T 1 " -v ' Bang.- - t ' on. , paj,'...' toaa ngjy .1xat nauj neto Beity. Ann Chapman aorai,, 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, aa 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. Itokart J Teen-Ag- e ' tiV G. MeMta M. . nwii VVaaBBW-- ass. Kea-dric- k, Following the morning business Is Honor Student session, lunch wax unM Dnrfno ABILENE, Aug. 11. (Spl) Thir the L J Mr. tMi aar LXAgta FALL-WINTE- R 4-- M and Mr. L, X. Wikstrt, Wttsm, and Hey Wayne and Mr.-aerMm.. Daytaat Mattoek M Wekraek end Mri. Ola Fntttka eg , Btg t rt. XNOrft Aug. M. ( aaaJ wskiLaai maisia w- aniuiu otootyv 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 tnm R. U- - Wash and Wayae Brows and Mrs. K, L. Xoman, '. Roscoe. Sunday guests ot Mr., aad:Mrs. Gifts were preteMed to the hoa-or4. P. Kubecka were Mr. and Mrs, Refreshments were served. t, 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. ' 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, ' ' R. A. FuBen. 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. ' Venen, Fert Worth, MsasHeid aad '.. et. Mr. aal Recent miett 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. . 0. Jem d 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 ' ", ' had at their week end guests,. Mr, ot Ackerly. ,. Men-tonaad Mrs. CO, Fisher et - "' i '4i mlMd from a Big; String uaviason. WsSmmV ISm.TJ'. B, Bf (nHal vMll B( iBBJ Sunday sweet of Mr. and L. J, Burrew wat Mra. C, A. Igleharl awd Maria, Mr. . -- k&QM t an .and a Mrs.. Morris Barnes Namtd Honoret ; Visits And Visitors Art Repdrtld V ft JPtMaiaajal TaaJB&Lal UaXtBaktkA' sUssJ gtafeM T Awfwajt 11, 1W -v Howard County Home Demonstration Club mamHanmm ft1( ' v,m th.l M.v.4 annual picnic at the Bap- xuicampment Ground! Wednesday. Main features nfthh muiina Included the naming ot chairmen for the rmmfv fair ant -- n r... by Bonnie Cox, organizational specialist from A and M CnlW. Chairmen Include: Foods, cann- ea. xroxan im fiair,! nrp t 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. tfl)-M- TlHtr, ' shirtwaist dress 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. 1L . School-goin- g Held At Camp By County Clubs Ag. 4 niaaecoi yuessa. Picnic rOHSAN, - , (Te) KeraJ, a . All-D- ay Forsari visitors BttfSteriRf leler kfoaiMof - .- -a AC vMS Jfw rwmmwy nrJawt , 1. 50 .t, 150 . , W IV; WIU MEET DEFENSE GROUP -'' Aef. - - Lea Jferta Aaterka aad MrU Be ptftnSlBil lt tiMttt t. cootl-aeat- fbr 'eaeeed' LmA ftede el Me-Na- t- aakavtaaaiatr-aa- .,'"'" '" Jtoreo.aaAMericaa mtwher; awaiediata enBa4eeaB4aade" - eaeeelattea Hfca , enunoat Vrffl 'aYeewM'.?'aaettere Vet wvtval latereet.; T That jeerer a Jet " 'Mariitui'f.'"' eealbea tteaeee are Jetat CaaadU BjBBJBBaBHHHflnlBBW. n aa bv a l J mif Strike Settled A df Aiicrraiian B evta tat aw' 'r imortantl I lit trtSaa it out af work , , aBBBfciPtL-'- xkLa aBBi J&aaaaaH 'MTTtTMiI BPPWWW -- BALLA. Atw.iL at iM, Taylor," wtfa: U1 a" !,- pop! wtth-fca- r J. daih ttf, KICF fcJI, W5FIES vBX, &? u BRVKS HERALD GET RESULTS WANT-AD- S Joft T. Kdmaatea. Tayler'ra iiMT jranv a aTlVTOB' wtt barn ia Dtatoa aad attanded, laa. aM TarreU .faaabari aahealtiwra. Mw .later taut to Deatoai atiMo teheett. 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, UoamaB,'twieiuu raiia: p Still Is t y f atttttttttVatttttttMattttttai 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 , to puWle JaatltHUoa. a Humry atttttgaa ' r paaaaaBJwJaV ataRxataattttttBa ' 9fTS99f9'!SmBSBS!B9 twlgggggggggggggape aaaaaBJaT. aV BBBBBBBBBaV' . c- ttaata ev .L. BBBBBBBBi GRAPES - vBB&hwiN BBWf v i-j-- w Heart DeHght ttnp a nc , rcit . Fresh Home Grown Rl A , ir - Trend Box Tide. Hunt's ... Daat The Shrub With . . . Golden Corn 19c 25c . Modart 45c 42c 75o Shampoo 17c RITZ 33c NO, 1 504 JOHNSON W WEEK lX Suoy IKiiHhihiAh MfMHI dMiep tUw.ein4 tMBM1 uM.y.M X Shredded Wheat 15c ?" Salad Dressing . 23c ,llil tV,cmftiulr -- No. 800 21c Corn ilwtMi lMnixlVblr iw iM an,i,,widMfc IM,II 1 UmI a I n uhlmfm wmm lijtmptinimtt.ml (.. imhw, Put meat Into illlUt with hot hot. 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' Tom WW Nlt TOMATOES - SMALL 3 Minute Oats.. 16c 13c PET MILK lie Tall Can Bottle Chop Suey Sauce 14c MorreH Lb. For Barbecuing BEEF RIBS 35c Pound Lean 6 Meaty A3 Dl DaOCTnkl ITTC I I J- tUaha? Vtl i Cured Like Ham SNACK 43c lb. 39c Wee Wbp UJ aa? LONGHORN CHEESE f ROGERS i For 25c RECIPE OF 11c . . .3 . No. 1 Can No. 2 Can BBBtjaJBB JI 9c . Sunshine Harshey's Chocolate SYRUP 15c Del Monte, Country Gentleman Value 27c No. 2 Can Bestyett , Knock Out. aa IJM - .... Corn. Large Box Qh Bottle BABY FOOD. 33c 33c 15c Gerber's Concho Cream Style Jergen'sSoap. C' . Pound MARSHMALLOWS Lb. 4 Regular Bara Fresh Pound Shotwell 25c COMB HONEY pap am No.2iCan PEACHES yeaiM)M -A tNOAPORE 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 ,J .J r ' Sael Gaa waa raMoewoaaaa )& ta. ablet wttaeea agalaat Ian. Weerlog a deftaHaljr dta coloured Wt eve. Iflea Ga aald aae tried -- aCVLCri DC AC APPLEJUICE DJQ . LARGE BOX emij LaVVt lawfp TfHlHIf, BfWBWT neelve a ahint' Mt to the eye. auaa uaa aaa ae catra poaee a atable to .briaaj aattwUtuca et or der. - ae ' i"wf eBUh j Butk Ueaee taaa aay etaar batter aWtag Al Tree Top No. 2i Can Hunt's- - 10c Tohun7sonSeed,ess LEMONS " l "SSC-- C agaanb ft. White Swan Europe L uxury h-- " CVb 3y&y Pol f cwom ri Gts Lovely Black Ey rr wow tbr tnpl C7cUl to mtac KolahlBa. Ooodl Mra. 1 k !S"i',fea 4m rraa-to-4- - Ger-me- 4t4aMuyttaMfti, AmtrictCM aaerite net fxrweu. urm-in- ni frtthl BQ aUa -- Yugo-alavl- Mmrnu cxm' GmefyfrfiM'Tfgto CLEVELAND teUTbe thief who etole S5 boxet ot ahoea from the Allen aatomobUe of talesman Bureh field doubtleta waa burned op when be examined tha loot. The aboet all were for the right foot, la a Mrt. Tayioc eama io.Sallai 'yaTmA!--Soai.Iait- aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH 1H -- Mn. W. Tmr'jti- - Ktasa Cewt Juattet. dltd hatpttal yatttrday aftar a, U la atay gHB gajMHpBBPJPPJPJflpPBat atttttttttttttttpVaaattBev Justice Dfc maa i'BHMHflBHAMifl at eaa atage. Aafaj 13 8 Big Spring; (Teraa) KeraM, Thtara., r senoni Ont Foot Theft-- STDNET, Auetralla, Aug. U W 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. The mlnert called the walkout to prett demand! for a week lnttead of 40 houra and a 13 per cent pay Increaae. Tha etrike crippled many Ana. ra IdBH'TaaWBP'mV ea fadeetriet .dependent eoaL Soma M0.060 WifeOf Texas .etaUar aw lata Supreme Court: m Ottawa; laaaa eeeretaty. vtetted Ottawa. MSatat , aaneeaeeataeU have aid eadrtfeet Jeanae aad the gey Wmit'-'lfW'- :.' IFbr-'yW'Mg- MAMkftM a, the ImaM attended ,.nietaig Mat year jaaee eecreury, viaH4 - " tteam-tmotherl- hard-to-rea- , f$a&f aWp-ehtsn- DamaoesShip At Galveston Pier GALVESTON, Aug. 11. IB A aW QVCVtivv H pianola g by the ttubfeora fertlllter fire burned for rtaaaterlee et the AUeatle Pitt, mora than 34 houra aboard VKSiyf H'MMOIhmI W AfflVt n WitHky taer tteamthlo at a Galvetton cler. there X k .f!a4iM tBataff BBY tflBBatvMBI WH dieeeee Canadian areearement Flreraea from 11 Galvetton fire .mtttary at U. Mfrnfflt.: TMe ttauoaa aaa ine.citya nre boat JP MBtmy 4tBt fer meet: hat beea mad atfflcuK, to the pait fought blaxe In .,' --; 'i' the No, the QfCM 'tAMmtt M.U..S. leglelaUea;; wWBJ U?at 6WWMt J bold of the SS raltneto. Caaede aad the Utttea1 Stafee MMtojr Mtef Ma atrhral at Chief Fire William Iltnderton art ftnaly. linked , In Atreert. defeaee ptaanleg. Flaw call tald the barnlng material wtt am Twe naeatbirt et we toe advMery monlura aalpbata fertlllter. Tie tald tor rlrtaal Integration of the fereea.ln defeaee of tha continent it W not esplotire, unlike ammoniwU' ataaad tee mmUH. aad ttwra are wo plane for In um nitrate, tha fertilizer which ex are' On. A. O. U ttaaaaawteaaa Maa aa aft ereeefaf ; aUadardjeatlea ef ,eUlp. ploded and burned aboard two ahlpa during the Texaa City ditae '- ,JDW VffMlf BvftfVa, JHMI MBla XttA BKH. tar 1 April of 1M7. MmtWriMMtt V. 8. Air OTTAWA, &&& Taa Mace wat dlecovtr ed ' at U:15 ynterday Morale aa. the aalp plowed through the Keaaton to the open aaa. It wtt bound for Japan, The thlp put ;la here, riremea bad trouble reaching the blata a heavy load of other cargo Waa etowed over the fertlllter. The fire waa believed- ieolated lata latt night to the No. I bold. A cargo of cotton, loaded at Houiton,. and many hundred bar-reof powdered milk were atowed over the fertilizer. After the blata wtt dltcovertd, ayttem the thlp't wat itarted. Tha fire waa believed extingulthed when the thlp reached the roadt la Galvetton harbor. The vettel docked at 7:30 o'clock cargo. The to remove fire wat then found ttlll burning. No ettlmate of the damaga to ahlp and cargo htt been made. I a t e Marine Stearnthlp The Corp, ownt the vettel. Fertilizer Fire Johnson Goes To Canada For Talks U. m : HOME OWNED rjciu -:- - FREE 9 Ilatapty Dafflpty TaH Gaa 39c SALMON Jack Sprat No. 1 Oaa 10c HOMINY L19 Value 99c ROOM STORES DELIVERY ' NO. 2 1712 GREGG x nr-- :,,ywW;- - Gfk Amy Sttps Red Leader Hit For Attack On NacArtbur In Conspiracy Trial araw -- lie tsjajtaasreta tve - Com-mua- kt army-otfeaslr- ' uk Homesick Bride Joins Husband Port , 'vm?-- ' ; A, 1L lmwMt tt4AaiajsaVl ejt vejBjBt tMJiMtmm ties. W-C- iAAAlAAdi enVftrvlfi lAlBULANCfl 1411 Rsmaets Phone 11 Challenges the costliest... costs much less ! frliH'L m gajaAal mM&M laataaWvBkSsai ' W a laHnel JnvTvv H Zicjttv tei90IK t eiM asetruea chat the gevemaientk moving toward Soeklkavby aeead ana the people's saving ttroufb Skuaka art found only la ":. new world. . taxes and high outlays Administration Democrat dk-agreed vigorously. As aa exampk, San. Myers of Pennsylvania, the party's assistant leader la the Sea- - ate, to'd' a rcpnrtiK 'tOn the economic frost. Mi. iloovtr has learned nothing la IB years, tie w ratting the same cry that he and lata of hk paUUcal viewa nave xaisea ror is years. "The" .whole structure ef tat cor ernment k so much sounder and ' 1912. more stable than It was when he waa President, that 1 think bo other answer k reaulred." Sea, Taft of Ohio,' chairman of -' mSSStl ftt surf HY :yttwA 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. e, PURE CANE ACSK ?: Tailor Made Seet Coven xEi' $ v -- '"""" )4FK' Jk sUkVaslV IsaJsaBSaH t. Caksaaslabw,alrpiaalfs i .stfl V JpCQT W- jWB saBsar.y saaaaaa V afasH V. ' aslVAv salalalBalBBl' SBSBSaSasVLsasSaBXsV " , - lMWMaP0s evM mMttJ' W aMNWel JJJH dWsJ JkWMjf taWHB"B R- ft0MJfM JPWIiWaK A ' dFgagag, . SaVBasT SbSbBbIbfVi ..J. wfW pCvMI 9m sMMIWMbI afK SWrV a HCXMKMMf Wm, L BV 3aV V BSBBaV aT ' I'sTJtJ ' " Mt M 4i a tw? i,n :' ppPW(.l I t ! .""a , f ts . j.n'mJC,. 'a-' &' i" WQ tH BasT ;ti ,,iL Li" ,. 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PAai'ec"'m,a jttvW! .J aa'I'af '' tat itsvrt tS-fH- Bob Feller holds the major league record for most strikeouts in a game he whiffed 18. Ty Cobb played more major - M gV. mim',mrm WMtlKSSBm last Ftlday.. InataWad .'" H . n Carton TYLER, Aug. 1L HI 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 li SBsern. $ BBsassaasasnaesi - the GUP Policy Committee, said thai Hoover again has raised the rundamental issue of perseaal freedom aa be ; has so often done In the past. "It k the great, fundamental" k-- Jones Is Buried After Execution mtfrm,to; rrBfBrgaTrrlBBTBBBBBBB H'"'j erth Tyler Fire Victim Identified Bv Skin No need to have a fortune to enjoy the best! For money can't bur a more digestible or more nutritious shortening than Jewel. Gives "magic" cooking, baking, frying results, too, Yet, it coats lees per pound than cost &t to licet brands. Buy new Jewel to day and save BaBa' aslsH (R-Ia- s SaB 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. Aasroat 11, 1W g W (W-P- Sa laattvt and 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" The sale' of Robertaon'a 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. -' (D-Va- hr tOULUOUN - aS Har 50-5- MtDANIEL Big Sprtnc (Texas) BaraM, Thvcr reaBeesi m m BesBRa we-petak m Ceafeees te regulate W aTaHfi im WJcfJ fM j 'frwf ftWl M0 take ever every Seid ef private 4e- - nt tVt at aa divtag nvny m mask covering hk face. uMted wates." usual eeenecaie greevea today. ), 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 nwi 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 t LONDON, UTJ-- Sbr British museums bid $168,000 for paintings by - Y uaiveeaHy et Tea eUdeat was NSRa vCltJ Ml ! WW WT Wl M ea- ttaaaWaaa4 Hearer's aaeetttea that let U. 8. k "on the kit calk" toward the state feHewed the Nov. Sit For Education loard Perth Acquires Old Iritish BattUship 'V , DRAWS tWNHED Texan Univetevfy StiMkitt FmihI Dee. PRAISE, KANkC FROM LAWMAKERS DMAAS, Aat. JL en -- . A mm thft-pi-- Blake Painringi Go For Nothing ''"i?'rt 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 h hm 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 ajratrf.. V -. tmmnMr M. ...muMW IDm I0IH 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 presented them j with nine affixed by Secretary of State Ben mall sacks heaped to overflowing Ramsey. One member to the education with the magazines and newspap board U to be elected from each ers. Eileen hn alreadv ancvarx IK of Texas' 21 congressional districts GILLILAND educaletters and fulfilled 31 requests lor under the new.Gllmer-Alkl- n publications but Maybue Is finding tion laws. Candidates are required ATTORNEYS-AT-LAthe financial outlay" prohibitive for to me application with the aecre- a staff sergeant In the Marina tary of state between Sept. B and Id New Offices) At Corps. IS or a petition bearing the names 308 Scarry of 100 qualified voters may be filed Instead between the fame dates. Phone S01 v s-j- - Ml llllit1LMW wi-iftQc- ' rIBWBBlal Wl' iiiiL.v Iff 1 rC 1 ll fSWri lS V ''0 ; tt u , : Spring (Tents) ReraM, Thurs., August 11, IMi CONFERENCE SET SErHEMBER mg Pork & Beans Acheson, Bevin May Seek To China Policies Marshall-No.lC- Warfrt WaBBBBBaaaWa sbbbbbb 'l - -- - .'Aaaeriean-Brt- t seat to a patMsa on CMm mI (to Pur &tat liases! 4aB 4tssBBkXaaMsBVaaaft AAA. nnfffli aWAa Win bMrtnMtlL M aBFW VVIimVlnCV Vwwd may not yesterday go back net w states, wmild .,. A Owe beta to 1mt 1m MMtor'Ui.'CMM. WM from to hi reduced- - ,Tlwa NrtMniiy HHMM - . ?cti'. m 3 for 25c 3 for 25c Tomatoes Green Beans Bevin-Ache-- ttM Jrnd alw today tfeaf Aaabes dor John Lighten Stuart, wfc CMm,-- ' UnHl Stales toward both the Wi a sMttaUen in hlcb the.Com-"nwftitU are overtrimnlng jnoit If Klonalltf and the Communists set alt of China, and stay threaten On the one hand, the white pa per presented the Nationalists s ewer Tar Eastern countries. a dying regime no longer merit- 'WRa respect to the talks, diplomatic Informants re- ing American support and In call that Acheson has laid down aa cspahle of withstanding the pres a' principle . of future American sure oi ue neit armies, on (he policy' that thu; government should other hand, the Communists them selves do not yet have a aovem eoordtnittJU moves with thos If ment even if r.ne Is formed, as ether Western rowers, Consults ' stems and probable State Men .among too western capitals asd.weitern diplomats. In China Hominy Marshall -- No. 2 Can an Co-Ordin- ate i for u ambssj, '. A 1 ' hrformd afwculstlon'. on til IZw'tL BE?l!&X Deer--" u. .. ti.im.v. J to rccomixeposition Mh'ttwte deytfepwewtt growiout ni..t.i. .k. In tho country BtuarTa pvUietttM f the Trumaa Am.Hr.n relation with Chin. I aawMatraUefl'S paperH reacerned these'.wiirach a cil in nwenl wonlhs hadtobeen ttntwual."wWt He was accredited the Natlon' ' ; i.r.. SrSBBBifJ W1BS)BSJ 3 for 25c .r' , nr Pan 10 wHetr U) narkd the wkI ottJit taax daring, Bevln's visit here. Government but had, on State yaltcy M active support 'for tht The txpectatloa that Smart will atlst Department orders, declined to foI country's ust i prove , CMmm fluoraus nnuui way fer,thi basMdor.to Oina-tea some Urn.1 MMIV i development of new policies to deal Itows out of the attitude taken by to official residence loitead in the y I 3 for 25c -- I TO,?"' r ami .SMa ami iiiism Hi w Communist held city of Nanking. Upon his arrival at Washington National Airport yesterday afternoon, ho declined to discuss the China situation, in any way. FM dently he had been instructed to make no public statements until after a talk with Secretary duci Reoorfed In California Juvenile institution Imi KMtVM, ' -- who7haden.eenY iofthe Aug. 11, Ki i fe.W. SHOP TODAY s InsUtUi State Department officials said be would see Acbeson today (prob tUhsttM from which 1 boys and; .. ?W mpUe of the foundaUpn ably In the afternoon) and subieatresW last week on charges, cuently would report to the Presi atria --were .removed "en eourt'or-'wer- e Ho will ihen participate ac tr after reperta of sexual mkeen- - that they arranged a love.trytt be-- Ldent. boy and n 21 tively in advising on the develop alaet. ... 4 tweesra v . po'lDr. twl Joseph of the state jeer-olwoman, both! Jrimates.. ' ment of new n iv mirinM cies loivara i;nina ana uio rar 'SiMriMat (If MMtfcl tlvstMl Olrt Th 'aAy'a.toMetHenlIVe the third, Mrn..Wary,Akera,37, and Clinton E"1' Whether he will continue for mn iiiauv n?vrjr uim si. viur oj, tunueriy in.cnnrgv m 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 fMMMnB leroawst'HH'.aenoorar bearing, Mrs, Akcrs aald the. tryst this country or whether he will , aaato lWfHe'ualll after visiting It Y never cuntummnica, nowever, aaday.-O- n this iMpectkm I will de. because another employe Inter- vant to return to the Far East as . termtoe whether the foundation has vened. Both are Awaiting trial in an educator remain oatptyxl with recommenditlOBt San Diem on chnrscs of contrlbut-- closed, Ho becamo ambassador In 0 after approximately asaae a the last tespecuon h tag to the delinquency of a minor. fct.aatd-.- '' . wcintosn ordered an inveMiga years as one of the most promi ' gwgerinr Cewt Raymond . Uanef the two oirls removed from nent American educators In that I of the world, f Melntoah, aWtag In Juvenile courtif (he school yesterday and said that area Meanwhile this country's diplothey are pregnanV;,?hirgei;wiU JwaJ.yeaterdayt ordered the matic representation in the, "BH. IffO (H J.WU IWH ,1, win.' JU W9 country la In the. hands of Lewis Clsrk, a professional diplomat. He headed 'he tion of tho embassy staff which established headquarters at Canton to he near pie Nationalist - TODAY Hunt's In Heavy Syrup No. 2 Can .2 FOR 25c APRICOTS. d n SAVE KNOWN L -- nn in Hunt's Tomato JUICE. . 2 FOR 25c . . mld-lM- Aa." Ju4' re-J- pm, d. 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None will go to watte, and it'a ao ilmple that it can be made often and at needed (or dessert. Cake peach Upsldt-Dow- n 2 tablespoons butter or margarine S tablespoons brown sugar Vt 1 cup sliced peachet cup sifted enriched flour teaspoon baking powder teaspoon salt cup sugar 2 tablespoons shortening 1 Vt 3 44 Vi cup milk teaspoon vanilla egg 1 extract butter or margarine In eight-Inc- h round baking pan. Stir In braum suffflr and lmnffi niph slices on bottom of pan. Sift to- -' gtther flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Add shortening and two! tablespoons milk. Stir Well and' then beat two minutes. Add remaining milk, vanilla extract and egg. Mix well, then two minutes more. Pour over mixture In pan and bake In moderate oven (37S degrees F.) 25 minutes. This cake serves four. Peach Mount H tablespoon gelatin V cup cold water cup sugar 1 cup rtpe peach pulp 1 .tablespoon lemon Juice 1 cups heavy cream, whlppr Put the gelatin In the top part of a double boiler; pour In the cold water; let stand at room tem-- J perature for five minutes. Add the Melt 3 ' 1 Molasses Crinkles For Special Touch To Picnic Meriu the mixture Is of the consistency of an unbeaten egg white; fold In the whipped cream. Pour Into a mold and freeze without stirring. Uncooked Peach Pie Allow Vn to 2 peaches per 1 cup 1 egg brown sugar 4 tablespoons 2Vi cups sifted molasses flour teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons soda H teaspoon cloves 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon ginger Shape into balls (size of walnuts) and dip tops In sugar Chill before baking Bake from 12 to IS Make minutes In 375 F. oven. (24 from three to four dozen Inches in diameter. Let's Have A Picnic V Complst Miu Chicken Baked in Sour Cream Creamy Potato Salad Onions. Radishes, Celery and Pickles Homemade Bread s Crinkles Freth Peacbes-Molatse- Iced Tea nutrition Extension foods and specialists of Texas A fc M. college offer these timely tips: 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. 3. Cantaloupe la also a good buy now which may be frozen for later use. A, Ifomemakert wiU make tbelr food 'dollars go farther if they fculld their meals around plentiful foods. I serv- 3 1 I : a i 2 tablespoons shortening Homemade biscuits Beat egg and sugar together: Ada drained peaches. Four into a greased baking dish. Dot .with shortening. Cover with canned dough or regular homemade bis cuit dough. Bake In oven 375 degrees about 40 minutes. Serve with cream saute. Cream Saute 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 pudding makes a 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 other favorite food flavors, Is inexpensive. Don't forget rice In your hot weather meal planning! Ingredient;: 2 cups cooked rice 1 No. 2Vi can apricots 2 tablespoons gelatin V cup cold water 2 slices pineapple, cut up 1 cup whipping cream 2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla Preparing the Fluffy White Rice Put 1 cup of white rice. 1 teaspoon salt and' 2 cups cold water1 in a saucepan. Cover g Ud Set over with a a hot flame until It bolls vlgor-- l ously. Then reduce the beat as "ttick-to-the-rib- meal-topp- two-qua- rt lour aa possible and simmer for minutes .more. During" this time the rice-wil- l absorb the water and come out deliciously tender. itemove tne ltd to permit the rice to stesm dry. Lift rice with 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. 14 Method 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. Turn out onto a platter and garnish apricot halves and with whipped cream, if desired. This wiU make 8 to 10 delightful easy terv logs. Meal With Individual Meat Loaves 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 atchi,p gerator until used. Sauce may be) salt egg horseradish, mustard and njllk to- stored for z weeks. gether; blend well. Shape into 8 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. Complete Menu To freest; Bake as usual; cool. A Meal From the Home Freezer 6 Wrap 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. Hot Rolls and Butter To thaws Unwrap; place 6 Cream Puffs meat loaves In 10 x 6 x Iced- - Tea baking dish. Bake in oven All of these foods may be 400 t. After 20 minutes pour 1 cooked and frozen la the home cup Bubecue Sauce over meat , freezer, f 3 moisture-vapor-pro- of sJppBrTBPJ i' r 17 'MmmmttAWtWWmm m m-LLMmmmwj w m Ma M m "i ,'T M aamBBBBB w m mm )"- ? 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Phoee ENLinr HHi HHWti wa6ssf tareW WtTersmcal Oik Intk mA .meter Hrttot fkHM M feT Mf-V- l "y WWrtWWl -- UltW ; DEADANIMALJi , ca it amoducts intM IH Ut V Hit Coupe. Plymouth rimcmut m: rmmt "Bflf tiNDERVyOOdl't ' SNIAGRAB That's bargains. Spelled Backwards s Pickup. TRACTORa llrennen 11 end autnmMt "H't" end equipment. iyone ueer ana Equipment. Big Spring Transfer Vrrinll ' Andi,Storage'1 Local And Long Distance Move Yeu Anywhere., . Insured & Bonded T. W. NEEL, OWNER Niaht - c -- 2498-- J ?' New Office 164 South Nolan NEE George Oldham ' Implement Co. .Your International Storage Warehouse D'inded & Insured Packing &, Crating livery Service mLocal Moving 1323 ren 04tlette Motet' Trassperl Braeweti Motor freight MO It N4ea Call 1321 Lecal er Ixne DtoUHce TranRfer " Dedse IMS Phone-263- 5 Iregg A 555 504 Big - LOOK ten.... alee end A flee. Cast 3rd St. Phone 377 Spring, rexae ' . U runs P ? , 'fWf h k PAY CAJWYIMa CHAHGM7 etetety r A nlthU I 00 p m k A MrKtnnir W U Errtn Dentil, See. Bargain Pattern For buiuu. bucror button. Zlreb aim IMP a OYSTERS Errrj lire II1S-W- Church- iurpaitii will 1701 Cregg Phone 1181 Notice will dig and complete you a storm cellar Do all kinds conI Phone AU 4th W St 507 $5.95 Was tnqulrie. kept McCleskey Realty Company 3135 NOTICE ' lertltMtaaiaelir DODSON & SON SAND & GRAVEL MOTOR COMPANY Packard and Willys Dealer 1011 Gregg nnH 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 ,,,.., 47 46 Chevrolet '41 40 38 33 ,., heater and overdrive .,,...,..,, ,.,..,. ,.,.'..... .,,,,,,...,.......,,,..,,,.,.. Pontile. Ford Coupe clean ,.v,,,..v. Chevrolet1 Coup jvaaa aoor sedan, radio, heater, overdrive, 1175. 79S.OO 695.00 495.00 235.00 T9.W Williams Sheet Metol Works , Srd. PHONE 41. We Move Anywhere T, A. Welch House Moving Mato Phone &2t, hirellheo room a 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 0e .!. Can asa-- a KS n JT about W. 6th, two extra lots $2500. r 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 ), ! 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. a.- - Bidroami . . I. .w. L 1 UAffaB I.... WBIWII, nWIIUM Phone 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 ' Bank BIdg. Phone 8 3 i. Now $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. W. Seat Covers Monov To Loan 1535-- Natl First 3 llUs'-Plsce- ' ON BEAUTIFUL, GENUINE 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 Ure 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 DO AEWtMd anJ ill. ration, il It) , 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 - Phone Wholesale A AA Every Room Phone 2580 jw G. EtAlN LUSE WVPsftaf Iin-- ta. 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' ) 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. "" r..t 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. Ik1, n j . irr mw now . IncatjMli eo. ifni 4Ur7frr CrttrnTry.--"' '.r" '... "i. 13 HUOll 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 """ 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 "" 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' reluctance to meet payment toward the child' upkeep, wa Died by Lois Cox, the dependent' for mer wile. 30-da- an , . afraadat -- Sew Sander. Mrs. C. Koberg Leads Program Revival Speaker d. lutbt mid. Ton with a pltM llkt Md SfcU alUwoth SI par ten tanul noirat M mtunl dost efl It U toutd tor raatala. Burir rtsnu, S ert erebtrtf vltb trtis laadtd ud bandlnt la tin irtrand ttb applii. piacbti and Miri. 10 BiUai to Worth marktU. TU swaor. m widow. U moTIni tou town. or uei only SSLSt par ouo. rrt iu Reeder & Broaddus Phone 531 or 702 5 p. m. call 1S48-904 South, Scurry St After Half section about 6 miles 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. out J. Pickle B. Phone 1217 or 2522-W-- 3 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 wkh tle Campbell, Mrs. Lewis Mur .several forgeries: 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. 83-- Business Property ktulnaaa, fOR ULE: Cat dotnt nleaApplr Ooo- locoUd cloa Cafa. do KsWsfaf 1HB U nMpary, oaJ aUoo parlor, wad looaUo, doing (ood boatnaaa. Oo OS SotoIco prtca CaU SSS-- J S0 eitk or laajo Uria aUro awnor SIS W Srd. SmCdtoi f tULX or trada auuoo. tratary roB atora Uttoa with aad kalldbii iuariara; or will aaU alack and and Uaaa bulldtnf. Ooll tta-tioSO nllaa norUi Hlihwa; ST. or lit oaU S10I. Mrs. FOR SALE Cafe, well equipped, ing quarters. Also, SeU both together. Reasonably Call with liv- WALL NEW TCtltw PHONE II. a m.m- - l.r rru iu. Uoa SOS; bulcbat .aieadr to SS eanU lowar; aowa atroofi faadar pita uacbaai-a- d; lop aad bulk tood and choice loosed lb. batcbere SSTSi law MOtf la. trd Phone 880 Formerly Big .Spring Neon bio trauia and Ytcnrrm rartiy cloud tola afternoon, tonlibt and tttdar, Wldaur oaattared brosint thundaraliowara. mscb chance ta temperature. SUffc lodait ta, low teaUbi M. hlj tomorrow M. Ulfbaat tampersturo tall taU let to Mil: lawaal una date M U ISIS: aul-mu- m raloiall tbla data LSI la 1IM. SEAST TCXAt: Partlr cloud r tbla after, aaoa. toaltbt and rrldari atatlattd afUr-aaIhuadarabaware aaoaUt ta aotUa per-Ile- a aad Bear appar ceaat: eat aavch ebaato ta temperature: moderate aouth-aa-at and aoutb vtado aa the coaat Wtarr TStXit: Oaaalderabta cloudtaeao thla artemooa. tooliM aad ecat. tared atternooa and aranlnc thuadaranowr era: not curb chaaie ta temperature. Our Careful Cleaning And, Prompt Service Keep Yeur SPECIAL UMW.Mrtwm Clothe .Well Oreemed Frte Pick Up And Clay's CleaBsrs Ne-D-L- ay Delivery " It oUOWI iJWIOtlBCfJfU ejVR01a VJCO " ;A.-.A- WJT aawwl J. eied ter the vWaravVPa p8Vaail leewteJC ! ''. WstJWbW ,JB 11 ft 17 C tte ItTft Hanrsstett ;0tom ,'aBd ttaatOrtte keM agattlea par1r',.b flae'Be;! af Mr. atsd .Mr. . Wsdessdar svstaBag. flaMP tdridU m wl WJdWlB?oja 'Mini afWJo) V, fMt o laHfl.t Viliil-Jqfr'.- Hel freedom trent K. Lewter. WAot jwww aBBBBt t j vevateiBmy joi af The MeeaWL imnraM M w ptvitQvMI , If. actspUd program. Lemax the by the board of direeten, ehsmber ofcommerce wtil tarry. out the prsfram ta eeeperaUoB wrw tat Cewity Extewtea Serytee, - CorrsWeraUofl of Insect rdentlfl- cation, teed temples tdeBtUkatkn, aad eetten and eetl imprevmert ceatetta are to be wcluded la Use BroWais. The Agrlcattwal W mlttee Uvta meet an heur earlier than the board et drreetera Mea-day to order to frame a reeeW' tlen to be submMted to'that rofp Jalv XnWjr ltM I lar 1 iwwoMBBt, ttMaf'finWy tsM WBtfsRaBtlf Aeojl flrMsfBeHttMCaarWa Nrt Was 0a' OnaMBPnoBBwn) WajlWeT t (wvlvt ii Mrs 'Ray ShaW, BeeUrt VtM tw ktM rnnty m to a netts BuaaaataataaT pBBBwSOtBBB"i i aaaaaaaaaaSBBi aPOFnBamp J . iSM mW9WWtTtw' VrVaTVl 1A Mrs. BUty Bay, Mr aad BWaw.-- . staHWttMtCMr. 'and Mrt. CaywiMe BoWttjr Mrs. ArtJmxV nry. 'IbMI J ' dfaaaJ' S , . and Mr. Bettto Barren and Betty,. Mr. aad Mr; A, U deOraMtn-- , rtW and AdrltA, .Mr, bbq Mrs. A A., Mareheat, Jackie and Ckariee, Mr. and Mm. TMi HeiwridtrMr. and Mrs. BBl Benaar.aad JaBbr, ea aBaWjSJLaWBadtaal aBBVoaaaTma slaffaTotBBT WtMWt lr MaSlaBBl ' )BBBattjt.-- Cajwssd, ytoe euetedy ef a Malaer awarded ta aieMklf. The marriage af Jaae4 Let wm aad THeeaet Barry, akwta wm dissolved ae wt tte Waist) ef OdeUa Drlgga and Meaerd Drigf. Judae Fatal alee mated detress to F A. Barrett trem Btoaa Barrett. Wanda Durham Iran Jaek Durham. K. O. Mttler trem BehMe Jean Mltler. and Bebbto Bead, from J. T. RaadeH. BttHe atpsed Madrid and Henry Bohlasea aad BetOah Jeffeeet Vt Y. D. Jetfeaat, latfdajhfst BBjfrwsniw. .Wtlf nswarlVSaVirerBli eTV BvW 4aBTBaalanB W Vwf, dRaaWn flBOIfaamaj ""'I kJaaksBaSBaBdl leae , isesrt-- PPBtBfaHWHf BBaBwIllBsVP TiafOM T Wftfl Morton Sentenceel jrar. .aan. w.,w...JBiiirwrawr.,. Chwck Char OnHot j PtraGreHipTeMtwt WrfTWTIrl ! OBijatt, C. O, Morten was Itoed tK4 ad Member ?LWb Cewtty iBBBm.lsjarlor. 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Buy.deaa, stock aad fixtures: lease build-ta-g wtj Jaw MM 4MWbBb1 laBAaUaaBBadBT 'nravvvjeaSfi UrJvCap g- 'i at SALE (, mm fa. .".,,. Controls Ended 1&LE GRAY PHONE 1415 oWVaMHai frvaaawfM ajfBviir riOA aUaBkatJBBiadakSl !tavtfMMf) -- L BBBBaV ( NOW Zale caola from tta prtrtouilr paid SI tuartorlj. COTTON " " . nova 7 " toa ErUat war 30 aanlj kU to It aaou hl(br Uiaa th. prarlaua doao. Oct aJO, Dae SSSS aad Ucb M.tt. has FORT WORTH, ucaToca;II. fa Mrs. Pauline Petty, who hr,en recovering from an operation 1,100; calraa 4N; caUlo naalljr tlaad wlia S bulla conta blabar bara ladar: aood returned June, the underwent- in aad choir, aad cull alaucbUr calraa rolad the county clerk's ataadj to ber duty but aommoa and nadhiai cradaa aou waas to ao com or atora lower office this morning. atockar oattla aad calraa wara about aUadn toadlun and aood alaufhtar (taara with two laada Mrs. James T." Brooks Is ex, and jaullnia ITJO-S1.104 S4.SS; cuttar and commas pected to return home Friday taara lb.andauara baa( eowo toarlttaa ILOO-1I.caaaara and cuttara 1I.OO-I00: from Fort Worth, where the is ood choice alauihtar jcalraa Sioa, aad receiving medical treatment. Jlao; commoo to aadlum ) JSJ0-Sl.o-- thestre. Priced al On ooal klttoay CoaataU aovao. SaiSS aad aloo kmr-ro- oa SUo ltt loot troniato oa attbwat kaak U raUroad traaa. aad soaa a Uaal apot tar trocktnf caatractor mpty aaatpao. WW aaortsao Sat 9x(wbMbvVVsb latdWUC, liBBBBBB SrvSIABtY payment. CO. Scpht WdnesAiy BaBUBtli HBI , - W W KUen-burg- II l I Pachall brought the W. Ft Suit- Dismissed A. J. Castleberry ACKERLY. . Independent r Mu,i awes lu. atmaatrad down ta The Big qulat Iradtatnmraai paca todaj with prltaa against anorlat suit ttx School district's aarrowlr. WIU) aooM MUblo aicapUoaa, district 70th Hied in Don. af Lock. Carl Uadara charfad aort lhaa a Iractlaa been dis- Ibo court recently, has Mu.s war. opaoad oa block ol l.eos missed. Lock produced receipt asaraa ." S. SUibbar aad than dlppad a uuia t to show he was not delinquent In tortr.. alt Stratlora cut tha dlt Idand to St 807 Ml w( Hfs-No"! BBaf. Lutheran Women Hear evdtidnql ByiMrs. Pachriil THE MARKETS SIGN aUaVBMBBBBWaPAsi swap sTnsffvJCe7W - IsWaB eelLltHe Kittens stu-ria- nt Sanders And Land JaiaeAaBBaa4l OJITWwO) wVOV a. ni n, Jarman Spring nonif Is Garden Party , Venue Change NEON afa aAadhBBBBBBOlBBBBBBeft fTtiRUIUIII Wdrdy ' "-- Vat t M SaLsate al A. Ater, se Rent- ftdBi BBAaBBBaskvBaak ,iu VISITORS , fafj' dbotBaeaSBJJadBBl cowpleted Nelaa eeunty teet. for 154 barrels Bums- Ing. la 34 hours. It also ha1 two bam I basic kedlmetrt - Ihe oil wat 44.5 gravKy. lricUeB 'was. mrougo ,we, perforaue' from the teetlen beting ; waanea whs sea aoitau rj The veaiaft Ie sou at Reeeoe -- rpttlly-O- fl E. VISITS and hi VJtpiasajBBSsjasaaj taBBpBBdBSaal - devotional "Getting the Most' Out oi tae Bible," at the business meeting of the Concordia Ladies Aid at' St. Paul's Lutheran church r, ,v' 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. Tax JWwlsflwnsi km Cotrt 14 Dfyoret Gratf4 In la awa lam aXdmaa4r . , tTtry-b- r. ifllR III ii Htft thin-face- d, Session Honors were Mrs. R.F. Local Pust or Named ,t,r VMIMIflf-- 4ar aas. 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 iica JTov krf(iL to eow. knub7. AkunduM of Htm C-- aaee-ehla- 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 G Veahnoor Zone tptd It Ntftr wur, Uski, utl irui prlnti. tntt titttac and Lrnwltnbtnu. narnamu tludi, T wU. putum hlh fine,!. Usdarn rucb bmut, nub plrrU iiiiiii enTn nlliQIi VsMHtlHwB 01 mt SkfltadkaBaadhaal a'aadatsadBaaVM a4aWWTsfFy !, sstfwnmvn sawi iin(m at tha ft mlnkli Ufa Tnatir Iap1! falits- - ssHsisa IslaI KaAaaaAV errHtel fee a tesiaHtrtd wen yesterday Ce revetted ae M enOWaHtti CQVaHjf reeeived letter laet week In eeraer to Waeo at directed ad at-- IMCVaCnaral S vvoCattton e which be was tetd to give tOM to snake eeataet C. L. Nertwerthy No. 1 Mary story mmm er hare the firm' the e 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 CO oO BVatlrBm IBI cOtiv and grandchildren unlet he ear leek the pay only talgbt be where the Vealmeer contained which seek ned out orders. 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 " quarter, ef tectiea a7-Ji- , HVfC, Agent Bill Buckler Mr. R. f. Bluhm was present LocaltheFBIletter ntthtattera Berden eeusty, 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 1 No. Shell TXL. anniversary at the meeting of the its enure text 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, Wednetday. , thsk and anhydrHf. Jeffer.es It New AAA Officer in hu moltur and calTti; wM ran Bin. Alio J0O kut cmiM rvn ihnp tutu, u BtU, tl J sot too otr-(ru- fee a trip to .ffenMrv WHeea v.wuw wwm i ww ayt (be lette tWI. u. oKa dfL Mrs.' Charles Koberg' continued 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. ? t umU OBBsFtTnW IbUlssI KAMaMMsfl haattol Trantham, am Either Mr, Herman mcium ard County Health Peurtfey, ' jr tin. sua) tff" en BniAnm. ClHa4 enfcfsVB PVBVsnS aYValsBtBn iBf aBa. Tf BlW UcJ County Test Is TALLEST WACO MJUMNG WACO. AM. 11. an ' Film MAKES THREAT TO j- - '- - PI if. , i ; nM) IHNH, TBWrWP" MHniBggaaMaanBx3sancxasBaiiaianBBiBB - - - Kfet4ut mi at tkc' ctkf4 onJ - K'sl.l iefr ' . . . r Pjr-- 1 one 'wm' fcaad reteally who fed taffltratJ' ot Um td mto lh AmtfioiMtyoniorta n- - - T ' ,..w - . m?f'Ld rAiu RtW - ' A '. TlM'tcheAiJoWwi.featttutaU lf month tftni. taut'.ui ' one-ha- wirlu-tnnhi- avsajjajtksaw p, sisisisisHsisiBKa mat wai graauata oiay it ii to have entered aouthtrn ' . f!TI - Wfty -- , jVr,j Ma. A'SI" '"' 5 .2mmmc ft ta. wr ' . h """" , BaaNBSSSSafSl ,.MMMMMMMM Kora tJEVmmV aasisisiBBV- - Ona hundred and twenty toe women. Other raeuntalaou and tparaely copulated Kangwoa province;' W miles northeaitof Seoul. AJopplBJ them up Will take week. A few have reached the cuer-rbBdi that have been.operat-h- a In the hllli of the extreme iouth Olhera raay have nettled larTnerf.iauice oowh the many of them, once Uved .Hsfmmmf antkim flMix'FkMMMlNfToWst .' 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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. hk.ot air. t 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 jo 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. , r Sunday afternoon for d department hlitorlari and W. rero 4;3Q, In the Mexican Catho at 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 KJyfBFKt&ww ..fsssssssssssssssssssssVaasrSBsr v Tilit -- . poied. for department, Judge advo cate and Horace II. jShelton was turned department chaplain by acclimation. Only one bid Was recity ceived 'for t the contention t. 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 tt Vn raining during moat of the ; 310 Runntls ' Beau-moo- How Strylnf-- ' Clikktri frlfd Mlnitr Sttaks Al """lSgW"" iere I fit li&y Joe Marsh Roni So .: Ey To ;JEyt llgSJH -- j- - aVeeeiiUe, to go tuMtlag, 1.0 wttfc m ta fatst-sW't- U Uel 'Whs Ilia awe. .aVee fUt. sek; U Mtor htwt-,fnsiigB, wewap fjsAakMIUeseafMy hipp aMle ff4Pasa-ssaeaa- g I esnesiNeeUed we y U i tt Wednes-tey- . 3 Augut fuAA t 1 SlVWBlBSsMe tif .?;svw;asssgei "' tSSSMamasss T . 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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 .nil Urm r&Luldu Jam Hiirroll (are am vacaUea ia Mexico CHy. vta flelatasa--f JssaUtekslSal Jata;a V .1 9.assssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssat9sassssss la receiving 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. parade aasssssssssssssssMr ,SSlKlsisl taBjajajajajajajajajajajaja party. Mis. Maud Brook to what I thkk'U rifhL I've aw call to dUlite yen far net tethtg everg-H." lWf the way I ' ' d From where I alt,' neis.Si a wonderful quality. There. are plenty.of things Specs admire don't care for. Like hk tk fendMM ef butUfa.Uk. I'd rather . have nsjUae e beer aayUaae Jw't lftae AMeiTaB4 I dontUt Uttle fieMncM get k the way aeeaethle-t-- Wg Wk'rUiUWp.. -- JB'lasssssssssssssssw sassssW rites, Buddy Dick Blddlson Is on the to sick list ..Public Is Invited another Jack Free Dance Satur 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 Plana severa.1 Items were stolen are now In the making for a ajSBBBBBBBBBBBKL - aaasasssMsasEhaassfaF sassssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssffaM .ajgBasssssftAJBsassssssssssBU. 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