The Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 29, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 18, 1939 Page: 3 of 6
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BROWNWOOD (T«m) BULLETIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1939
Divers Seek BoiktSTORM TRO
Of 10 Drowned Men RULE IN Pi
Lower Rates Will
Prevail Over More
Than Half of Texas
Sunday Services at the Churches
j Let’s Talk Turkey
The Brown wood Height* P.T.A.
met Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
at the school. The second trade
students presented a combined
Armistice Day and Thanksgiving
During a short business meeting.
Mrs. O’Neal, the secretary, reported
on a meeting of the city-wide P-TA
Ouesta included Mrs. W. L. Lady-
man. president of the city P.T.A.
council; Mrs. Betty Nichols and Mrs.
Roy Byrd. Mrs. Nichols gave a re-
port of Garden Club work.
The third grade won the attend-
6:30 p. m. Young peoples study
Roeary and Bene-
BEAUFORT, N. C., Nor. 13~
(UP)—Divers working in relays
today recovered eight of the bod-
ice of 10 men drowned whan the
fishing boat Southland and the
tug Bspeoo collided tn the Inland
waterway lail night.
One other man Was missing and
waa feared drowned. Two bodies
had been'reoovered. Eight of the
victims were negroes.
The fishing boat Southland, south-
bound in the waterway which par-
allels the coast, was rammed by the
tug. Escape, eight miles from here.
It went down quickly and the vic-
tims were trapped in her cabin. No
one aboard the Escape was lostS>-
The white victims were mate
Charles Fulcher, and the cook, E. J.
a. m. Sunday school
10:10 a. m. Morning worship
•:1» p. m. B. T. U.
1:30 p. m. Evening worship. Ser-
mon by pastor: “The Lawyer.'*
7:30 p. m
AUSTIN, Tex.. Nov. IS—(UP)—
Lower freight rates will prevail
over more than half of Texas' area
Monday unless enjoined. On that
date a State Railroad Commission
order abolishing freight rate “dif-
ferentials’* will take effect. Reduc-
tions are estimated to be 3600000 a
* “Differentials" are additions to
normal rates permitted because of
special conditions. 8ome differen-
tials add 10 per cent to the regular
freight rate, some 30 per cent. An
average Is IS per cent. Affected la
most cf the area of 66 counties in
West Texas and the Texas Panhan-
Differential territory also Includ-
Ben Morrison, pastor.
The schedule or services is is fol«
6:45 a. hi. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
6:45 p. m. B. T. U.
6 p. m. Evening worship.
1:46 a. m. Sunday school.
10:50 a. m. Morning worship
with sermon by the pastor. Anthem.
“Beautiful Isle of Somewhere"
(Pearls) by choir. \
> 7 p. m. Evening worship. Spec-
ial music: “Eternal Light”
lAackley) by men's chorus.
6:15 p. m. Young people’s meet-
• R. Martin, pastor.
10 a. m. 8unday school.
Note: There will be no morning
or evening services.
Wednesday: 7:30 p. m. young peo-
The tug was towing an oil barge.
Both are owned by the Salvay
Process company of New York and
were bound for the plant of the
Ethyl Corporation at Wilmington,
The Southland was owned by the
Cateret Fish and Oil company of
Morehead Chy. N. C„ and was bound
for that port with a cargo of 300,000
menhaden, an oil-yielding fish. She
and her cargo wore valued at 3300,-
Coast guardsmen were summoned
at once and supervised the search
for the bodies.
The Southland, witnesses said,
whistled to the tug that she' wanted
to pass on its starboard side. The
tug apparently misunderstood and
the boats collided head-on. x
ed points on the Southern Pacific
from 8an Antonio to El Paso; on
the Missouri Pacific from Devine
to Laredo; on Unas from Mathis
and Odem to the Lower Rio Orande
valley and on the Texas-Mexican
railway from Corpus Christl to La-
J. M. Cooper, pastor.
6:45 a. tn. Sunday school.
11 a. m Morning worship. Sermon
by pastor. “Vows."
6:45 p. m. B. T. U.
7:43 p m. Evening worship. Ser-
mon subject: “Times.”
German quarters announced )M
the executions were puniahmsoCW
Wednesday’s demonstration twn/mk
streets, in which several hunMw
students shouted “for (media.*
Nothing was said about q deasfe-
stratlon Thursday by Coach P|*-
clats, who gathered in <laflaiti>FtiI
an order by the Caech poUea Ea
bidding their meeting and shiBt-
ed: “Away with the gimumSM
which is being paid by the ■fe-
tish." The Caech police had charg-
ed the Phsdst meeting, a counssr-
demonstration to that of Jh^asti-
Nan students the day ware, and
clubbed 13 of them seriously. ,
The Oermaos announced that all
Caech univaraitlas»wars closed Ear
throe yean because of the stu-
dents’ “arts of resistance . “ Thdy
blamed the diadrden to Csqch *in-
teUectuals” in conspiracy • with
Eduard Benaa, the last TTmlilsnt
of Csechoslovaxla .-before the Oar-
man occupation, who now h in ex-
Granted Per mag Has* i
Differentials were granted orig-
inally because of long hauls in ter-
ritory producing. little traffic. De-
velopment has been such that the
commission has found ths differ-
entials no longer Justified.
Another plea of Texan shippers
for class rate reduction is yet to be
acted upon by the state commission
This plea was for a general reduc-
tion in rates to a parity with those
in northern and eastern sections of
the United States.
Changing these rates presents a
much more complex problem than
abolishing the differentials. It may
Involve a dash with Interstate conv
mere* commission rates. Rates are
classified Into live numbered groups,
five lettered groups and a host of
commodity claplftcattons. A few
take double class rates. •
Reference to a large book Is nsc-
mmrv to determine the daaslflca-
tlon Into whldh a shipment goes.
After that has been ascertained,
distance of tha. haul must be com-
puted In order to find the rats for
the particular clmstftrafton for ths
West Taxis C—plains
West Texas shippers complain
Jane Bryan plays the feminine
lead In “Each Dawn I D!e.“
The teaming of Ames Cagney
and George Raft in “Each Dawn
I Die." which opens Sunday at
the Queen theatre, brings to-
gether the screen's two topmost
portrayers of authentic modern
hard guys, and the result is a
prison picture which achieves a
brilliant reality—far and away
the strongest drama of this type
ever to reach the screen.
A. W. Anderson, pastor.
I a, m. Bible mhool.
46 n. m. Morning worship.
Iran's church service. Sermon
be patter on subject: “A Ood
o p. m. Christian Endeavor,
E. I*. 8parks, pastor.
3:15 a. m. Teachers Frsyer Meet-
*3:45 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preaching.
i:36 p. m. B. T. ft.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
Glass Retams To
S. A.,Makes Bond
By UNITED PRESS ,
DAILAS--Lee M. Funk today
replaced Sid Ha risen as chief I of
the Dallas fire department. Funk
was appointed Friday by City
Manager James Aston. Hansen will
assume his ok! duties as a district
chief which he left In 1335 to be-
DALLAS—James Henry Tanner,
who had been a Dallas peace offi-
cer mors than 50 years, died here
last night. 81 nee 1333 Tanner had
been police and -fire chief of High-
land Park, a Dallas suburb. Be-
fore entering police work, Tanner
was a cowboy and drove cattle to
Eastern markets over the Chis-
higher spirit than the spirit of war
may conquer, even though war
may seem the only practical and
temporary way to stop aggressors
and prevent International anarchy.
naUoru SwSd^not JudgTone *n-
Moore Euband of Mil burn will
conduct morning and evening serv-
Services are as follows:
10:30 a. un. Bong service.
11:00 a. m. Teaching service
7:30 p. m. Evening service.
Wednesday: 7:30 p. m. Evening
7 30 p. Si. Evening worship.
Sermon by pastor on Subject:
“The Conclusion." Special music
war and “can not allow the patch
people to be contaminated by a
few hotheads." . . 4'
Hs said “H is quits pastille Sim-
ilar occurrences may take pieel in
the occupied parte of Poland."
BERLIN, Nov. 16—(UF)Hana
papers failed to mention tod*
the execution of nine rtixtente mt
other where all are in some measure
guilty. If there had not been so
much of the spirit of Hitlerism.In
other lands. Including our own. It
would not be necessary to benight-
ing Hitlerism today. Even the fact
that nations are at war ought to
make us the more tolerant and
careful In our Judgments. Our chief
concern ought to be to make sure
that the beam is out of our eyes
before we are too sealous In cast-
ing out the mote from our brothers’
• 6 6 6 6
The world is Involved In war to-,
day. to some extent at least, be-
cause the spirit of magnanimity did
not prevail in the victory of 30 years
ago. Here in our own country we
have had fine examples of this
upirit of magnanimity coming out
JPahrin P. Owen, pastor.
> a. m. Sunday school,
a. m. Morning worship. Rev.
McMurry of Crosbyton will de-
J. M. Bradford, pastor.
6:45 a. m. Sunday school.
10:56 a. m. Morning wo
Sermon by the pastor.
6:46 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
6 p. m. Evening warship.
*. TYLER—Funeral eervlceo were
’ ! held here today for Robert L. Ed-
xrxif. i^rds, 71, pioneer merchant and
member of a prominent East Tex-
, as family. Edwards, who died on
1 Friday had lived here virtually
c^Mn’ LUFKIN—The engine crew of a
ukln6 long train today claimed the first
deer kill of the season. Section
Foreman Bonnie Brown found the
* dead buck on the railroad rtght-
of-way shortly after a log train had
,passed at 5:30 a. m. on opening
day of the season. He dressed the
7-polnter and notified the crew,
which picked up most of the meet
on a return trip.
lUtOT OILMER—Mbre than SO bankers
were her** today to attend. the
-<UP> meeting of the East Texbs confer-
Isy of mce of bank auditors and edmp-
wetry; trailers. Jack Fleming of Houstdh
ion tn will speak tonight on "Audit Obfc-
tral for Smaller Banks."" * • •
about FORT WORTH—Sixty-five can-
traffic ' didates, including two negroes, filed
lowing for election Nov. 36 to the Ter-
| rant-Denten county notarial state
I representative's office, before the
a car deadline expired last night. Five
. others withdrew,
the PALO PINTO—T. d
TO BE MOTHER
A. L, Dennis, pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school
11 a. m. Preaching.
7 p. m. N. Y. P. 8.
• p. m. Sermon by the pastor.
< Harry Haines. Pastor.
Services are as follows:
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching. Sermon
subject of the pastor: "Workers
6:45 p. m. B. T. U.
7.45 p. m. Preaching. The pastor
will give a sermon on subject:
“The Thom in the Mesh."
Mid-week prayer meeting Wed-
nesday I p. m.
Leslie A. Boone, pastor, j
6:36 a. m. Church school.
16:40 a. m. Morning worship.
Bermon: “Am I Able?" by the
pastor. Anthem: “Hold Thou My
Hand" by Leona Dula and choir. .
0:36 p. m. . Junior and Senior
7:30 p. m. Evening worship.
Sermon subject: “Abundant
Strength." Special music by Vir-
ginia Thomas, pianist.
Laurencw ' Ollviet. sensational
star of “Wuthertag Heights." Is
starred at the Gem Sunday and
Monday in Columbia's “Clouds
Over Europe." with Viierie Hob-
son. Ralph Richardson Is alao
featured in the new film, a gay
comedy romance with a Soot-
land Yard background.
emphasized tn time of war ■ even moved back here from Bwwqfwtted
more than to time of peace. Is it *nd are at home to Mrs. T. A.
asked repeatedly in connection with; this week.
business, where competition often Mr. and Mrs. Seth Jenkins and
tends to be ruthless and where the daughter. Laresaa, went to Dallas
individual la often the victim of this waek to do their Christmas
forces and conditions which he has( marketing for their variety stere.
no power to determine, Horace Wilson made a trip to
There is little value to spinning Dallas Wednesday,
out too finely the Issues and ques- Arthur i D»vU. H. L. Altooro,
tions that are raised, but the simple John Buse and his nephew, Bee
fact Is that all of us could live a Dud Byrd and Mias Maurine Buse
great deal closer to the Ootdgn Rule have gone on a deer hunt,
than we art now doing, even allow- Mr. and Mrs. Bryce O'Keefe Of
lng for handicaps and obstacles Brown mood visited Mrs. W. P.
Moreover, if there were more (fls- gads Thursday,
position on the part of men and Rev.' and Mrs. Wisdom of Fort
women—even on the part of those worth moved here Thursday. Mr.
who call themselves Christians—to wisdom is ths new pastor of Bangs
take the Golden Rule Into practical,Methodist church.
Ilfs, many of ths handicaps and Mr. and Mrs. Robert 8terkey
obstacles would disappear. have returned from a visit to Ban-
• • * • . derm.
The Oolden Rule, of course, rep- Mrs. Etta Oalyen of Fort Worth •
resents an unrealised ideal and an visited her sisters. Mrs. Otto Bru-1
Ideal difficult of attainment. But ^ ^ Welch, this week,
it is an ideal that Is to be attained. ^ ^ L. B. Snapp have
and there never will be peace or ^ their drug store and will mova
happiness or truth or prosperity on ^ * Mountain Air. New Mexi-
earth until men come a great deal ^ ^ mmkm theiI name,
nearer to the mtebl^mt of the; ^ oils Read and daughter
Oolden Rule to all the relationship. ^va ^turned to their home to
of dally life. Wichita Falls after a visit with
7:30 p. m. Preaching. Sermon Rib-
ford, charged with slaying Joe
McCiaren at a camp near Oraford
last September, was found not
guilty by a Jury here which de-
liberated only 35 minutes.
* FORT WORTH—Thirty BnUiqa
bulls were put on a ranch near
here today to be made ready for
the Southwestern Exposition and
Fat Stock Show rodso next
March. Other rodeo stock will be
sdded during the winter.
MIDLAND—Rep” James R.
Goodman of Midland said today
that if more taxes pm placed on
petroleum, they should be on re-
fined products because West Tex-
ts operators “cannot stand fur-
ther production taxes."
FORT WORTB-PoUce allowed
a father to punish his two sods
who were placed to Jail for throw-
ipg ®ud balls and breaking a
neighbor^' dower pots.’ A detec-
tive Wmed his back, papa tobk off
his belt and gave them the old-
time remedy. The boya were re-
leased from Jail later.
HOUSTON—V. B. Clapp, 31.
was charged today wMh assault td
murder C. 8. Oraham. 34. to ad-
14 To coop up.
16 Form of “a."
17 Eatable foods.
» To raise with
“Have you ever had an appoint-
ment that you simply bad to
“And the traffic move, so slowly
I ss a badly wounded saatttc
“And you know If you were Bits
you would place your .watch In
“And be unable to find a place to
park around ths block?
“Have you .ever tired of paying
tribute to so many parking lots,
“And wished you had low Usenet
plates issued to *Mg shots?*
“Have you ever wondered if there
is any sense in finding ever)
“Law abiding citizens who Must pay
and pay and pay,
“Just because the parking space
» la shrinking day by day?"
Pretty bad poetry by most Stand-
ards. but good enough to get Its
author a suspended sentence.
30 Mybett. ,
23 Sun god. i
24 Scarlet. A<
25 Prov ided. \
27 Street. '
It Seed bag.
26 Feline animal,
36 Glossy paint,
45 Tb fare, i
46 Hour. ’ . x
Jeet: “Miracles and Divine Heal
THE BEST FOOD IN TOWN
Rev. Frank O’Hearn, paster, an
ip. a Sunday school.
• p.-m. Preaching.
Thursday: Prayer meeting a
7:10 p, m.
“Soul end body’’ is ^ the
subject of the Lesson-Sermon.
6:46 a. m. Sunday school.
II a. m. Morning ssrvles.
Wednesday at 7:36 p. m. than
will be evening service.
At tKe Moot
W. M. MeCluekey, paster.
10 a. m. Sunday school
11 a m. Preaching..
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
Pentecostal "church of Gad
Albert F. Oardlner, paster.
1101 Bells Plato Avenue.
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
3 p. m. Junior B. Y. jp. A.
6 p. m. B. Y. P. A.
Regular night services: Tuesday,
rhuraday. Saturday and Sunday at
/:30 p. m.
Eating Js Always a Pleasure At—
Window and Auto Glass;
RENFRO PAINT CO» *
DR. KARL MOORE
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