Stephens County Sun (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 54, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 6, 1941 Page: 1 of 6
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Countv Edition: BRFCKKiNRIDCK AMERICAN
Devoted to the Kami and Home, and to Kverv Legitimate Interest
HKECKENIUlXiE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, November 6, 1941.
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; Children is Abide liv
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in laiiitiiiiie Ihi-
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.si'I asiiii: lu: sii a':i I '■ijhiiil. To
plain sii r. ill*. I >1' ( Ui'ni I'lf4i i ill
J Muni' kina-fn as 'ill■ !aHtWid'.
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like Hie lisiiai
pei's arc h in;;
[ilayai;;" the; static !ir-i nii^mtin
jar. 1 vvlittn i
P.o>: siiii ii-s ,>[><>iit. St'.'
till,, tines 11a'iI. ii"l> e;' *•
|y. .lust ifus M .'k la- u
his pipe Iroiii a tuliai i n
Somi'iMie \viindercil why
not raise lohacec,.'
"1 did." Slrti'lK'll said.
stdl sOli'tc '.'I i; in tin- harn."
It seems lhai St'esensnn in his
yoiirui-r days t::ead;'an .rti.:li<;l<.'it
i.iise- t . i ii ii 1 >'■ i .d< d 1 .il
Kmihl ciuutt.s ' hi i 1 (1 '
place as aiij ;. ■ i ft;'!
■ I'l'ii; "t i.a ii'n iji'i..'"w:i'i's.iifi,!:s js|.'eV:i;'iis'<)i:i
cHtln i ''hliMW 'li('h\ blij'i titlingciri
t;rovi>. u'lfc i.hc 'vvimiaii ihat p\u
an <•) licans in the |k>!.
lie soon had 1*11,1 r tohacci) ihar. he
"W'e i;ai e same t.
t)i;ii d 11 ' la- 11
dad used n aulil, I:
si'tl is some
QI:NA'!\ik .K>1 (N i.1 :: SMITH
il n| ill (kUlil'H ' ■ 'II has • 11111' a
rej.ititi'itlor dcha', hut ins vocal
eftWis were 1.0 <1111 ranked when.
Snntli hoiit'd 0:1 vr antei.'.sat dw\!n ■
III v\ I'l'.r .11 t}i!i 1. 1.1 a is. Ku ad "!
the t 'nr.. I Mil;. Workers iu-l
whai he ;lici(i.:h: al« ul tlv ('I' '>
Stviii.ti is a U'lirld Wh'r ye.'el art- i
Ilis son now is in tjsijiiiiriv;,
"Ymii ••ii',- 1. 1.or h«iiI'd.' Siiiii|i'.
xvrVite. "to (ai,irii|)inn list iljijht "I
ihi'-- millions ■•! \ mil'.' man r.->u .
m yourcomi' 1;. '■ i.naiornt • W fl> —
t.enl 1 ri'iii,m<nt at (he hands of
lioih lal.ioi and ia|:ijfal They are
si l'vniK \ > ii and ntc on a uitsci -
able pii i n - a and they do iidt
strike lor higher pay 111 >• > ask
only ha !in unit d eo.opeia't.iiin h!
tliosi' \\ ho llou p;o!ll licCiilKf' . ill'
jtlit';ii' ;s<M"V; ice,;vail< I,'' v'h.i:>::;wi.lin i;j htf
I'li'in 1 i.'ap lin . i'i atest j ii«<1 a he-
cail."i: '■' their, sax t'if.('('(• I ' 1
hoy i.e a; - thai 1.■ 1 > ■ . .\""-
erii ans, .1 \ olunt-1;. 1 liO|li he
does noi hjjM'i l* die (or >oil 1 Oi;
jour kind ' .
Smeii iheideijl dly: sildiis'isri'd
"til;. Texas. 'aifa'.illsl' 'i.ilior. aIr?s-
pilte ivotencc lo:- ; \ ie.ch t' S Sen.
\V. i.ei' f t'i 'i'Iii'i i is f,'iveiii i;i'ii.-r.ii
credit, < >'i 1,line! . proposal was a
"•'..olinn ell I1' "I before strikes.
Smith worked oui (lie anti-viol-
itire and aiili-t.lnejit act thai waA«
lias beri) ;
a. 1 irk 'tills
J 51 ,'M I la'1 e
en , a; I lie
a'rriiged approxinialely I7e a
meai 'I'Ta ■ ■ ra,ad 171 stuiirnts
. -lay duriii1.; I he v. sir lliat were
I'd Ihl'iuch. their C'ommunily
1.''irsI. Isaeh iii t(lese ea'/s were
■ll'irl'iy'l'lf .;:ih;;:esiri.)j;;rirfi' dlciTire' ifi'ej.".
e. e'-r pru!;V>n'ill'ie liv.t for niaa.K at
I "a 1 . Jlno'i f'he in lots ' o| th lite
<< i pi lit a ! ■ Ihio! 1 hildi 1 it are
ii.prie'io ;re.one: m ill,'' edinrrlunily
v .'ii.aW'ti 1 !d" 11 Is 1 ■ In sre iios\ Wisely
'!Vis:'n;idm,:'y: was sii'oal '' a.-
M A (iontest To
I5r November 17
i/bi I aid ii i)unlap
Ktnm'r a.'in i"- ill C'reckrii-
ri.dge lii^i' School are nettinc; rea-
dy Ik a leadership conlrsi here
N'ovmlji'i' 17, t\-iih the !•'. F A.
II l'l ict ■ i's laki.nv; port. The otTi-
err-- wjli carrj on a business
niei'lihi: .^ivou me eight abilities.
''The , sirup'a ii mi) ' will he keen,
bui we hope io uin." ••tati-ii ;ism
W . U'llkiarsun, :.sponsor./,, ■ ,a
The it. Mis emrrint; are Albany,
Sci aiilon. W'tiodson, Mill ion \'al-
Jcy. t'iseo. Itanyer. i.lraham and
Hre.'keiu i.Jye i .mi ..] each tow n
one KiIIIire Kai'/r.i'! will be clios-
en in cii'ler as an officer. lillfcS
l-'ambi n v. hi, local I'-. i-'. A
pri'-idta.i. hij's been i.-lecled !|is-
l orai ii.
The ("'liven Hand e! atiler will
also h;e • .a eoni, here. The win-
ners I.e;. , w'i11 e<, |.p
Slcphe'ivlUi! Pile contest at Ste-
phen', die ft ii- i.h: ■ i ii't en I land
ehapier Will , lie on I he same day
,e the distl'i.'l Clinic-.!.
Virport Work On
'.Vilh NVA Labor
Oil W i ll Blast
Burns Three; 2
Accident Xeiir Ailrtny
Marly Today; Sj).rd.r li t« I
I'liree I'iieekenridue men. one
gravely burned, one seriously
hurtled, and one with c.nty painful'
injuries, were received al West-
side hospital Thursday morning'
aiter an aixidenial blast al a woil i
GiaVtdy lin rnvci was Marion
Harris, attending physicians being
learful of his recovery. Also s. f
'iolisly injurned was, Millon Deck-
er. seriously hurtled about the
.biiidy. I.C.. || I'l ueti., attending
Pitt United States
WASHINGTON, Now H <U.R> Hep. Hamilton Fish, republican.
New York, house non-interventionist leader, today introduced a re-
solution to declare thai a state of jivar exists 'between tile IJniteri
Stales and Germany.
Hep. Fish's resolution would nave congress dinvt President
Roosevelt's "employ the entire naval and all military forces of the
United Slates and resources of the government to carry on the war
P:hce officeis. aircraft workers and spectators are shown gathered around the remains of an ex.
perimental model of a Lockheed E-38 interceptor pursuit plane, which crash into two houses near
i Glciidale, Calif., during a test flight killing the pilot, Ralph Virden, 43. Occupants of the houses were
(>il Is doming In
For Camp Room
Divan. Chairs. Pictures
And l.amps Acluiow led ed
By Soldi', i s
llri.'eke.nridt-'e is responding to
the pica made by members o! the
Tli'nd Infantry, "former National
guard unit, and furniture is being
received I'or the recreation room
Hi" government has erected for
ni'iii ;.t Clamp i'.owie.
■ a ihi Stanley said today .the
men wish to thank Miss Ruth Mil-
ler lor tile divan given the men.
She recovered it I'dr them. At the
same fIorner .Viarl.in was thanked
for chairs, pictures and a lamp
donated, and Lee Buiikley for an
1 urkey Market Revival Opening
Here Above That 'AtLocal Church
The turkey market in IIreckeil-
ridge,, Willi con.iirlerable birds
coining ir. was i|uc.t'ed al IS cents
here today lor both loins and
Abilene quotations this morning
showed touts Hi cents and hens IS
Annoueemeiit by the president
he would proclaim Nov. 20 as
Thanksgiving and then go back
hereafter Io llic old dab.', it was
Said; plight effect the market in
I lie; far east, bui probably not;
County Agent W. R Lace
ad- Christ called iliein from every
ked v, hat the greatest immcd- vised growers lo put their turkeys °f hl° ln 0l'(il'1' lh;'1„
,1'Ml loi I lie ir 1111 now is on lull leerl the I ■M'P .d to people ol then
One physician said the aeCideiil i
was h'poried io him as caosed
when a match ,was .-.truck igniting j
the gas (ausing. ii blast, ft wilt's'
feared thai hoi water also poured |
down on Harris.
The aceidenl was reporied as!
oil a Jolm 1'A'ans-Jlm C.'hfislie op-
Other paticiils al the hopsilid ;
revealed anothei' iiccidenl. Mrs.
Jack Allen ha..; been adrndled for
IreaUilen! of an inlecled spider'
bile, on her arm about Hie eibow.
I'i. F.; Qi'l'ield of South Rose St.
underwent major surgery this,
Harold Allen. ,wlio suffered al
■' !■;;;■ iiroken band ill liic football g.antc
Revival *-ervices were open, d al ' l*lNt 1't'idayi. is ha\ mg Ih • membei
Hie First .Presbyterian clniich | trealed. -j
last night wilh a fairly lai'ge
crown present. Guy W. Green.
evangelist of Kansas f'ily proarb-
ing on "ICvei'y Day Religion."
In liis sermon I lie* minister
stressed man to man spread of
I lie gospel as the method thai
Christ employed. To illustrate his from Colorado will
poinf. he quoted portions of 'lie
scriptures with reference to, call-
ing of Hie disciples to show that.
j against the German government."
Rep. Fish previously had said hi* —
would introduce such a resolution!^, Vii, ^„ \l
to force showdown on the issue of! Stjlhfi I al|c'; H'jrfer*
the United Stales participation in | ° LCU I Ui
Text of the resolution is: i
phy sician said, w as burned, bill j "Resolved, by the senaic and
Ills in Junes appealed not seiious ] house ol represeneatives of the j
I'he accident ociuiicu eaily United Stales and resources; ol j
tins iiioi'iiiiig nil 'vhataW'tts.tjesifib-1 ^oi'vrninqnt:, to carry on the wur !
cd as a casing crew job; liie men: against the German govcrnincnt.
being brought to Hie hospital .ici'el and lo bring the conflict to a sue- i
about !> q clock. At lend.ng pliy- • essful lerminalion all of the re-j
siciiin said he was awaiting -liock; sources and manpower of ibis
recovery somewhat betore furl.liert country are hereby pledged by the
MYiiigres.s of the United Stales.'
Minister Urges Spierd
Of Gospel In mhiv to
Tile Germans claimed Wednes-
day night that, theiracentral,;,of-!
lensive in the Cnnva had broken
through to the Black Sea over I lie
5.1 iOO-1'ool-high Yaila .Mounlains
somewhere between Kerch aiul
Sevastopol, hut there was no evi-
dence of progress of consequence;
Continued on Pags Three
To Be Inspected
For Armv Call
te need for the rot>ni now is "u Hill leed to get tile greaiesi
Stanley said probably more read- hcneliis. lie warned I here is same
•.ng l.amp Magazines will lie ap- t'oiipe present in 11. • ks and tlicy
piiia.dcii al all limes; as among ■ shouid be watched for Ibis.
'iHicr things the room is lo be lor Roup is usually caused by some
local m ai and one transfer!
be senl lo Ft.
BJiss al ICi Paso oh Noveniber 17,
it was said ai the draft board of-
The: local men are, Vaurn'ee M.
i Tom i Russell, leader, and a vol-
unteer, .laities Duncan Gray, ftps-
well Al liainil, and John Lee
The transler is .lames Meiidof
Wei a .'"ii: nine:-, or. the city
.i.rj'.in where iiripl'ia. cniciits in
lias,-; .• " • rnineni landing rc-
. eiiuseei icui arc, beii'sg n.iade
Six1 jiiei> -iar'.i ri work lla-ic is
w;e< I, tinder N VA liii'cct ion.
Any on.- having anything to de-
rail' i,d the oOniapiiy ciih do so h.v
nniil'ying flic Chamber of Com-
rneii'c and 11.(asportation to Camp
Bowie uili be furnished by the
The I't'ereal ion rooni Was creel-
ed in strc.ijg'llieii the nioi'.ale of ;lie
men hut, they must furnish it,
and lii company lias no funds.
•>a!e of Defense
taiiips has bcair
pai'asjte v-hieli en he eliminalcd.
The local markel ft was said
probiihly will offer fewer birds
than last year but of belter
Two Killed In
Legioi- To lieai1
Four Are Killed
In Hotel Blaze
S-ik" ol defcii:
given an imia ius fere by plates
• ii f-'iang .HieriVi Ivlip.'oyes were
-••en w a: in;; ribhoiir asn i cmiii-
lici fo jioieiirial [iiircluiseis. The
voir bought ii
size' or strata of society.
The layman speaker urged up-
on his hearers conversion of peo-
ple |;y contact, "one or two al a
lime." saying the person with llie
lea :l education might iiifiucn :e
s'ome other p"rson. when the 111 )S' ,, >
quai- highly educated or wealllresi | er-1 il ilte fllSpCCtOi"
Ispn in fhe congregation could noli Follpwini. his iirs|)eclioh of (lie
j inl'liieiiee that I'articu'ar latrson at Texas Defense; (luard unit here
j all. : tonight, Tom Gahagen, Wichita
; The services will eonlini
; nighl. siai'ting "pronlptly at 7:."!()
j,o'clock and noi to continue be-
I yotid one hour," i'-e pr •• civ r s i'di
At the service last flight W. J.
Rosser sang in the spccial iiins.i;
Mr. ('ircen's sub.ii• I lonighl will
The Kansas City man spoke to
'lie high school this moining on
"My Don Spot." and to the junior
high school on "Trying lo Gel
Something for Nothing."
Falls, inspector of llic state ad.iu- j
tfii.ll gcnei al's dfl ice. i11 address1
members ol' the American Legion,
in iheir regular meeting.
cal company are: Captain J. II.
Brewster. First Lieutenant H. It.
McKinney. ^bconfi Lieutenant M.
L. Belknap; First Scrge;int Ross
1.. Klliott Jr., Sergeants James
' Lvans. Dofsie Livingston, J. W
Wharton. James Duv.il. Marsliillf
Watson and Ben Towb, Corporals
Boyd Putmah, Hank S;itterwhite,
Karl King. H. Satierfield, Buster
' Walker ;infl B. Gilmore.
Meeting' Is Held
j ribbons read "have
: t.li;l.ens" stamp'.V,'
Sier.d stores are offering the
i stamps, mosi of which, have' their
employes displaying' i be ribb'tiS
\A.\DRIA Y.i Nov, li U.R I'enn.ey's pet them on Ibis morn-
Foni' pars in. uere liiirned to ling.
deitth; I'.' a :•!',• ivsetl;id liy fire- . '
in n and -i' ''Iher- fieri in night- WV (TWPP
clothes early loday .when I i^ ft /1 / Ub ft
gutted Ha Mont'oeiio I loiel. one Pair ;uid warmer tonight anrl
of the oldest Iniildings in fhe city Friday
FOOD MFKTIM.S CVI.LFD
I'iASTLAXD, Nov. ti tSpl > J.
N. i Noah i ('mvan. 0-. of (*.;iles-
V i 11 < •. and Mrs. /ell,a Kimhrough.
;'.S, ot Ranger, were dead today
from burns received when gas
from a stove exploded in a tourist
eainp I-ierc Tut sdav night,.
Taken '■> a ' Ranger linspilal.
Cowan died t.heer at Vesier-
Cowan |ei a niimln r o( >cais • OP|)ed At HC
hasoedut lerl a Bible iorum pro-
gram over Station KFPL, at Dub-
lin. lie is survived bv his wile and
Mrs K mi In otigli is sin m\erl by
Bel ore he died Cowan told of-
la 'ills lie strsick a; inatch :f,o light
a, heater, and the explosion result-
ed. ■ '.' " 1 ,
a I 1
Tlie Wednesday 'afternoon live- '
stock sale in Breckenridge com in- j
tied vc- terday with appi'o.ximaliiy j
1 Id head of cattle sold and a few
hogs and a hot se or two.
It was Said buyers were not its
numerous as usual. Calves offered
by M. M. Carey topped Ihat mar-:
Chaplain l o Be
| Armistice church services
1 lie held Sunday evening at
Fir's i. Christian church,
; churches 01 the • ity co-operaiing,
; a was anounced today.
Speaker of I be evening will be
Rev. Goldman Dr.ui:y, assisianl di-
vision chaplain at Camp Bowie.
Full program vvill bo anounced
The morning class of the Fu-
ture Craftsmen met in the ma-
chine shop Tuesday al 8:45 under
ilie direction of H. II. Hallaucr.
Joe Pinkerlon reported on the
"Power of Gasoline." Aaron Me-
bailey talked on "Auto Mechan-
ics." Glenn Miller reported an
The Deisel Engine IIBS-60Q." In
conclusion Ray Poston gave it talk
on "Rubber" in connection with
llic National Defense.
FARM AND RANCH NEWS
UyHVULYN SI RAHAN
kef at II cents a pound, from thai
to 7 cents being prices paid.
.The farmers and ranchmen ol
Slephcie county alone with ilinse
'>1 all the oaf ton. are being called
ipon la step up the production of:
food and feed crops for nan.ma!
S i.. I.i' a in
to a. Monday
Nov. It), i
Tabernacle 1 .15.'
,allerniiiin, Nov. It)
Vt Eolian Sunday
Representatives of the Laymen
Brotherhood of. the First Chris
tiari church will go to I'.'olian Sun-
■day alienioon to ialce pari in .ser-
vices to be held there. Rev. Amos
Myers sa.d lodav.
Stores May Close
On November 20
Ai the Chamber of Commerce
Thursday morning it was said
Bn. keiiridge is planning to close
011 November -0. Thanksgiving
Day soon lo be proclaimed by the
On thai day Breckeni nlge will .
play Mineral Weils al Mineral,
Wells in what now appears will 1
On Saturday, November S th •
Texas Farm Bureau Federal ion
will hold a meeting in llic District
Coitr.i Room. II. C. Thompson
:clini)man of the >' ephens Cotinly
organi/aI ion. w ill lie in charge o;l
ilie nieefing. Kvery farmer and
rnneher in Stephens county is ask-
ed in be present and help II:.
Stephens County Texas Farm Bu
re,an bring about some changes in
a.'' icullure thai are needed in on.
mile Sione ill niaIHe:
Texas has passed the
:! lion mark" in the number
i mni I resses made under
parimenl of Agriculture
ge t. lie i'; ,'i,5rli>'i-13 mattresses have
bee n made under the program
with Texas leading all oilier stales
in number !:>0.0S5 have been
-na 'e in Toy,'is.
The en- . 'i. :! 1 i: i ro o'liei in
I'exas has been dtie lo the work
if eight.v-l'iv'e thousand rural men
nil women who served on county
.adtress commit;! ees, Stephens
'oiinly. lo diile, has made 1370
■ i.at 11 esses and 900 comforts in
>e mattress program.
lonecr Schoolholise S )
I. Wednesday. Nov;. 1
Oakley Schoolholise S III
m. fliuisdav morning. Nov
Meeting's will he held beginning
l-'riilliv Noveri'iber 7. in assist tin
oiiims arid I'aiiehiiicn to pian
Hi a opt rations to do their best
in the load production. The new
provisions ol the AAA program
will h(. explained antl a farm plan
v.'II In- worked out lor each
larrii and ranch to enable the pro
duces* to obtain the greatest hen-
troin |ne AAA program. Tin
anrl place of the meetings
Necessity Schoolhouse 1
rhursdn'. afternoon, Nov
Ivan Schoolhouse S to I
iv morning. Nov. II
Caddo Masonic Dining 11n 11 -
15 to 5 Friday aflernoon. Nov
o I.,.,. Blast Destroys
CHARLESTON: W. Va.. Nov.j shoplifter Fined
t> 'U.R A terrific explosion wivek-: - i aa n 9 CJU f<3
d a three-stoi'v biilldiiie al the ;r •1)1— iS II11 I S
11ca 111 D. T. Bowk
nl his do ; lieing killed
( hi men say ng North ,.|ii
ol 5 to 7 cents like ,|at,
Due 10 Ihe limileq lime allow-
ed io complete these plan sheet
all farmers and ranchmen arc
urged to go to the most convcn
lent meeting place "3d work Out
Ihe plan sheet with their AAA
Ben Bradley,1 arrested on shop
lifting was tried before Justice of
Peace Woodall Wednesday and
fined S1 CM and costs. He was
charred with lifting fen .-hirls in
( arlion and Carbide Chemical
Corporation's Blaine Island plant
which makes chemicals used in
national defense products. Hovp
tal reports showed al len-*t two
111.n kil'crl and Lure n red
owing man-. Stoo and paying lijm
St. . . . Frost thought not enOtigl
(Continued on Paye Two'
t«H,i,t1M i«l " ""i "J"
^. 1, ilia I , 1
With 'riianksgiving and Chrisl.-
ia's holidays close at hand, the
lomcniakcr is faced with a prob-
■m ofsvveeis for I lie family! Also,
limy people are thinking of sond-
ng boxes ol sweets to friend and
' children in school, or those boys
11 ail Army camp. Vyit.lt these
1 lungs in mind, here are some' re-
• ipes thai you might add to your
Date Nut Loaf
I l-,'l cup milk
! package dates
1 clip pecans
(Co tinned on I'^gc Tourl
H <V\ 1 '•"**«
Kelp Froin Allies
To Beat Hitler
Reds Check (ii'imtins
On All Fronts Kxcept
In Crinieii Area
By United l?ress
Josei Stalin promised the world
by radio lorl.iy that coalition of
the Soviet union. Britain and the
IJniled Staleswould conquer Tlit-
ii:;', butihe called for ihe uimo^t
•speed in iiroviding war machines
lot" the Red armyi and 'iii jjpp.ening;;
a second lighting front.
Coal 11 ion of Russia wilh the
United Stales and Britain can be
described "with eerlainly as a
refdity'," Stiilin said in disking who;'
would doubt that, (lie. two j tlemo-
eti'des would give "lull uspporl"
in the light against he Ax'is
As Slalin spoke from embattled
Moscow the Red army was report-
0111 Gahagen. slate in-i';f' counterattacking on isolated
spec ting;,officer for the Texas De-1 scl',ol's "|- Leningrad, Moscow and
leiisp Guard, will arrive in Breck- j 'he Donets fronts, and standing
i nridge this afternoon, ,where tie) I Axis. arniies all along line with
will be met by Captain KelleyHhe possible exception of Crimea,
f'arrar. adjutant of the FilTeentiif Htere (tcrmans said they- were
Battalion, Texas Defense Guard.1 bombarding the naval base of
and imniediiitely confer with j Sevastopol with artillery.
county and city officials 011 111.11-1 Earlier Stalin had named Max-
tors concerning ihe local company, im l.itvinov as ambassador to the
All officers and men are here-. United States,
by notified lo be present at the; The Germans, Stalin asserted,
local armory promptly at (i:.'!0 o - have lost 1,500.000 Axis troops. 111-
elock tonight in lull uniform, ii .eluding killed wounded and
possible. Inspection should be oners, while Russian losses
over and ihe company dismissed j 1.7 (8,000 men.
not later than eight o'clock. |
The officers and non-commis-
sioned officer personnel of the lo-
DALLAS, Nov. ti <L'.R) T|,0 pal-
las Journal loday in a copyright
story charged that llic goverunienl
through political use of the Bra-
zos River Conservation and Rec-
lamation district;; "was "Shanghai-
ing private enterprise fit Ihe ex-
pense of its own defense, material
'I'he Journal charged thai Pos-
sum Kingdom's generating plant
had sloprl completed and idle s nee
May. when it could hav been
pouring *J2.5i)(> kilowals of elec-
tricity daily' info an quick power
hookup for power-starved south-
eastern states' sorely needing il.
Lions Ladies Niarht
To Be Biff Affair
One of the largest turn-outs of
lite local Lions (Tub now appears
certain lor the Ladies Night and
group meeting to be held Friday
At Ihiil lime Alton B. Lee. De-
catur, district governor, will he
heard Representatisve from Cisco,
Ranger.Eastland. Graham; will be
present. Past District Governor
Rupert N. Richardson of Ilafdin-
Simmons also will be present. En-
tertainment will be by the Bueka-
roo band, the first Lions club pro-
WASHINGTON. Nov. <i O-MM --
President RooS'evelt said Ic.rlay
Americiiiis must make "full sacri-
fices now," submerge labor indus-
try differences and work "three
shifts a day" to help defeat Hitler
and bring about the "better world
we aim to build" after the war.
"Our place place of whole
western hempisphcre in the
Niizi scheme for world domination
luis been marked on the Nazi time
I able," he said.
The president addressed the In-
ternational Labor officers in the
ea;t, room of the white house,
where delegates representing 33
nations "•nthc'Cd lo end the an-
: ' ■ — "i' T>,. -I eecli was
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