The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953 Page: 148
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Lend us your ears - faith - cooperation!
The courage, inherited and still aflame, from the Pioneer Days
and the spirit of free America, is operating to liberate YOU
from AGGRESSOR occupation.
REMEMBER THE ALAMO! REMEMBER LOMETA!
REMEMBER GOLIAD! REMEMBER PIDCOKE!
We are driving the enemy forces backward, backward, each
day and night In retreat and defeat. Your homes, ranches and
cities will soon once again be free. Be of good cheer. Hold on
a little longer.
Help us - to help you, by your valor and cooperation, to-
ward quick success, so that we may restore your liberty, and
bring freedom once more to the Heart of Texas.
We are heading toward another San Jacinto. Our slogan is
"ON TO THE COLORADO."
Your children will have a school holiday in future years to
celebrate one of the dates soon to come as the second
LIBERATION DAY of Texas.
DOWN WITH THE AGGRESSOR! ABAJO LOS AGRESSORES!
Be ready to welcome THE STOUT HEARTED MEN FR O M
FORT HOOD, and their allies from the entire UNITED STATES.
(Coutesy of the Temqple Tslegram)
"Whether we aue in war or at peace you ean keep abreat of both world and heal happeainp by reading hte
ample Daily Telegram. Wateh this newspaper foo laforiation n n saieml security."
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