Stephens County Sun (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1946 Page: 6 of 8

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•;,. -■^■B"STr.\®Ttts.—Dr. Tlit'ophihi:-"
Sluckei Painter i.oiv appttir.-s; St:h iitr
uletl for a lor s stay ua ptesitieni
of the University of Ttwa:*.
The t>uiet-r<[«)k«n "little. auittntiaL,
who has tt«t lost rh*> touch of Calk
tnif with the uru-iiucateii in under-
stanitabli! terms, ha,- mailt; siueh a
hit aa "'acting" president of the;,
inxtirncinr that then- .-e.eni.- no
early prospect of u chunne.
t'erhaptr he will be peranailed to
take over the joli without the. "acl-
inir" -.nullification. It was at nh
own irwistence that his appoint-
ment til -tuceeeii Dr. Homer Price
ttttiney wan ramie temporary. Even
at the ure-atly iiu-.r-u-fil pay ac-
companyinu the" occupancy of the
presulencey Dr. Puinter then Mi
move inclined to hi.- strictly schol-
arly an.! -,1-ienUi'ic i',urie>.
He was the man the faculty —
badly asrilateii by the re^enf- i. j
■ mo vat of Dr R-nney. ■-■sug|fes.U il,|
for the temporary juri. Ifis hi<r '
sank' Ha^ heen nilotiiifj the um 1
v#i! ity hack into the good arace-
1 (if .the SVititfieni \.-~uciatiiiii o
C!ttlleici.-s which' was naccfcte fully
ttCKujupli-'heil las; week.
T the public Dr Painter is p< t ■,
hapr- test loiluWii fur that accomp-
tfakmenC. Bo t anionir eilui-ator.- ic
is hi. i.:ienUfji: knowledge mat
-nutki-sr' him famous, .fust last S« H-
day he wis ..-lecled for a nutlet.- j
wide fiulin hroadcast. f'Mmv' fur- j
; Mftu- Rail. Vrtv \ ork. on a I'.i ai'cii j
of'science in which he hsts special-!
lie it v'enetic
It wa f-ir his discoveries in the j
! study of sfenetics tbat he was I
awardwl an honorary degree hy |
: Yale f'tiiverstcy; lie is ineiwher j
of thi* National Academy of Sei ,
: *«u« and five either .Xinerican *ci-
Btttlfe wnaretie;. and author of 44-
article* in ItioloiHcal journals.
Regents, fa cully and e*-staident
cominitte«r- all are engaged in the
search for a permanent p'nwitleat
of the university hut none are ,n
great haste about. It—perhaps they
Hup* that. Dr. Painter will itse his
way clear to take over the joh, now
that all -e'erns to _lw moving
sntoothly again, oil the campus.
The pi'o-Riainey "Daily Texan:"
however,:, is f'O' '"dispa tch" in ^e •
!«cting a pennuncut president.
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[ mMUSSEW'#', aFB&L n, 'is-ni
U. $. E. S. REPORTS
Roberts H—t
Refresher Coune
WASHINGTON. -An effort by
s the United States Employment-
i Service to woo back employers it
. shunned during the war because
i. they werer non-essential is begin-
ning to pay off.
Robert C. Goodwin, director, said I m-ts,
his five-weeks-old campaign to get
! P EtCLADEEPHIA.!—Over 200' et-
service attorneys are.being' offered
legal refresher courses by a gfroup
of distinguished law expects;, the
i'diversity of Pennsylvania an-
nounced recently..
Daily lectures by a panel off au-
thorities headed by Qwea J-Rob-
P® former fe S_ Supreme'Court
A roirancii: <catc I mm "The Vu:^iac.u;".viii"iWFnn^ ,k«l Mr;Lrc
Brian Drmlcw, Sonny. Tina-snJ U. rKiru BWroiri
At The NATIONAL Thiirs. -Fit
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Bxritihg gans. pounding hoof-; give a. thrilling tempo ro "Oicrokec
Flash" wtch Sunset Carbon, Linda. Stirling;and Tiim London. —
cussion of the Hatch Act which
limits political activity nt tVderal
employes.
"Apparently you are not in poli-
tico and f am not in politics, s i
wp mitfht as well huce ia gm ii
time," said the govei non
tinv, t'irtit* R. Sl.evensoii long 'ias
-(Mwii noteif for his wit.ty state-
ments, and he put hi- hearers ill
switches when he spoke at. a break-
fast given by Texas' Pfis-tmasr.'rs
honoring Postmaster tleneral Roh-
ert. Hatnncgan. ■: ,.:iiff'-i
There had !>ctsn considerable dis-
1 AsUle from liusine:-.- discussior.
land other activities, ,, (.lie Texas
j postmasters rook occasion to pay
! a tribute to their former |iresideut:
I and veteean secretary—Pml Ala-
j senjrill of Terrell.
i At an assnciatiou ba.nn.uet Mas-
i leiMfffl was given a watch and
! wtvsthand. \ resolution was piu-.- •
'.'.prf praising his services.
! A-n'd thi;. Ko.stiinuit.er tleneral "a'i ■<
tin- first to -cangrutulate Mas.-en-
! gill. . '
The University of Texas now
seems destine i to "be drawn iiit• >.
j the current oil production problem
OF SUCCESSFUL iNUSIMI! ^£^,eri'ral>i,ity "''Ua'
One of the nioiClnipurtant stuiifini tj l j (hull cOnVfdeVion in the "il in .
°£ >!>"'-y ^as "var t (¥■ r,«li 'ifKy';s rather confunihg fangii.age
i8*rribi!teii to our n:it:oii-wnl« chentfte
listingsi from all etnpioyers o.n. all
their job openings has produced
good results.
Goodwin said irritation on the
part of non-essenrial employers at
War Manpower orders denying;
them help from USES', ami even j
raiding their staffs at times, has |
; been exaggerated. Most business- .
men took this in good grace...
Seek K Million .fobs
Vow, prodded by USIiS' March-
April-May drive to get iMMIO.OOO
new job listings, these employers
are again placing their orders with
local employment office..
Goodwin's- i'j.OOU woL-kets, .in
l,T00: local offices, for the, first time
in years,, are out. hunting tip work.
! Emp|oyers are being liombardeds
i with publicity designed to prove
i that jobs- can be filled' best- through
[USES'..:
j "The immediate need is for more
i employers to list all; their .jobs,, and
S not Just some of them," said Good-
i wiu.
j USES' is concentrating on piac-
|"in.tr veterans but is also job-hunt-
ing for displaced war worker-, and
others.
Goodwin believes 'i,,*>lH).0i)0 Gls
will call, on tTSES for work before
July, in addition to the 2,00(1,000
! non-veterans now jobless and. the
1,4+2,000 veterans drawing CiI un-
! employment checks.
Tn Junuai-y USES found its of-
i fices swamped; with business-. But
j the jam was in jobs-wan led. Pew
; were being offered and too many
were at low wages,.:
Staffs Canvass Jobs
Staffers were so busy Handling
claims for unemploymi.-nr coinpen-
sation that nobody had lime--to
rustle up new opportunities. Niow
i each USES office is mule' orders
I to detail part of ils staff to hunting
work.
Goodwin wants twit only more
but better listings. Too frequently
: veterans and others have left dis-
. gruntleii because openings were-all
ill the $>!: class.
With 55 per cent of all veterans
; who enter the labor inarket' ap'ptyi-
a<«aiii!McaL-T--->,mnciraw-p. ! fn r WSPSgMhe hqfeiicy conteriiUt-
fie opei'fM-l ,t lecture recently m i jt is-, in position., to supply rlie best
Im n.iinnei 1 - - • possible applicants for every type
' 1 he 'L-l time [ mentipiied. that, of employment. Vetera-ris. when
(here Were ,'!i*U^*,J®)s"ts'?in exist-, qualified, get first chance
en;*., a sttideni: promptly enrrected ' Fn January 1 -1,200.000 persons
?utt and -aid .hal> four more have : called on USI?S seeking jobs. Of
reVieutly hee'u di-'-ovi-red. Mow. these -I2(i,000 wffie placed. Almost
h^io-i- I f.etv afiything about plan- a million of tile applicant.*- were
'et.-. £■ w<i,idc.r :t there arc any more veterans.. Employiueri.t was round
than -in-." Is'"' l.'!«.0i 0. •,
He pauseil and studied the claii. — jj
Then from I he rear ef the rdoni
Justice, ai'e bringinjf the veterans
up to date on important liegaL
changes that have occurred: since
they joined the service.
TED
BOLES
Political
AniHWfimnents
American is aatharized to
«Rnoum the following candidates
lor office, subject to the Demo-
aratic Party primaEy, July 27th,
For Cany— T7th, Congressional
District of Texas.
William W. Blanton
Robert Ray Herring
Omar Burleson
Representative
Jack Cox
DON'T SCRATCH!
Durham's Paracid* Ofiitwt is
guaranfeedfo;relieyei>chin9accam>
panying Eczemas, Rash,: FiFes, Ordf-
iTory Itch and other minor skinirritO'
lions—or purchase price refunded^
Large 2-ounce jar only 60c at
BOWEIST DRUG CO.
Tired Kidiiiyg
.seyeti ol' its wells .on ■ university
lain: ui '"rsViO ^wu~^y
The Railroad Commission has
called a hea.-itinp on the topic for
April II.. at the state capital. The
hearing was called orrerinally to
consider perir.il.- mi hut two wells,
hut since h:i> been extended to
five others.
Wheir dlsoriljnrof kUhwftmetfae pw it .
poisonous matter to remain^^Jn. jmnr blood; it
m:i.yqauii Miodn8bmeka«hr,rft«liM«rcniltn r
iBatpnins', lona ut' pep anddwrnx.KetMwui
nl«hti, swelling; putfhwM under tfc e
heailachcii anillUzzineHH. Frvquvnt or
piissiw^ with; Mnartin*- and: liunrtnr mw.
times *how<i tiwre m nomactlinir wrow with
your kidneys or Uodder;
liy miliiana fop- oi
Happy- relief luid
Biaft^tiiBSpMBM hmt |
voor ui—. nnn'ii Tins
A baffled history professor at
i lie t; niversity of Texas here re-
fuse?- to take any steps in tine
realm ut science without first con-
sultinc:. Ills students
*ee Snertft
oni- Jacksoi.
(Re-election)
'or County Attorney:
S. E. I B®)' Johnson
Ross 1_ Elliott
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TlM «wua*lH of ttoiipl^ urtt wornNtuc; ex~
hu iarwl.H l«ly b>xiy IjMtKH iron. For n«wr t
vlnn virulltr.-try O^trnx'ConUr Tablets. i:onrala<r
Iron you;, ton,- may ohh! for pet>: also
vltanuii Bj. JWw voaM- lutro4iuct ry sl«t uniu ;i.hv|
At all drug: stores everywhere—Ln
citackenridge, at Barnes-Williams.
PRES^fII0NS
REGISTERED PHARMACIST |
MeMahan Drug
Phone 234-
TIRES
SEAT COVERS
FLOOR MATS
POR TRUCKS- AND)
PASSENGER CARS :
WE BUY Aiwa SELL.
USED CARS
Mel) O W E L L
Chevrolet Co.
—PHONE 505—
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Office Brawn Bui Id In a;
aver Hub Clotliiers.
County Treasurer
W. J; * ckara
(Reflection)
or County judge
I W. Morrow
< (Re-election)
'or Centy Tax Cattecror ana
Ruoert E. Hood
I Rejection i
A. e Henderson
e«r County ciem
Ben Gra«f
i Re-election t
3
we REP*l-ft. J£W-£LHV, FIX Gl_uCKS, ar£t filKui. SIje
OAY SEftVlfCE IF p-AftTa A-HiE IN- aTOCK C. •_ v/AKG
FORMEHt-Y OF EASTLANiESi WW UN OUR JtWtLH r AND
HEP-AIR OEPAftTIW.ElvT
I OH
ER D'R II I,
' Bill Morse
ST O H E
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~mr OlMrtct Clerk
Welter B. am
Re-eleetJoii)
For Constable Precinct No.
r- R. (DickI M.''l?a-lI
" i Re-eleetion i;
HaLffi,'BEriV SUC'
,'ii n.ii' t li.,-
; "■Nth..'",
t-iiuuirb."
viiice ut' a student:
I think nine are quits I
For Ouick Results-
Adveriisn.«r
r invi-stora- -HOW LuS'C. WILE.'CUB.
BOOM LAST"
S ytia are sceltrnir mlvioe—wUair o
MU—wltieh .iwatrltiifs ut buy tor a.
pnU.c.ed £urilii-f iiilvuner which 'ut-
itomtrUm to buy mtu and- •vfiicli to
-WMtd ''lie un> to ;;rt, th "iui;,!.v.-.i '.
I pmpu-r^il bj- -.h«. Uti-^-i-sc. Ilrm of io-
1,,^ -twifv, tii--A i t i\,. wiiit; t'H ft
SWSMlUf l"; i1 i-ibHtif-ii. vii«
>:>>u I Uitii-^ i-j I itt. i)t.Tt.iX>K.. .i -cr-
\ u «■ Ittr
; off., upitn I" «•!« rr-Jil.r, i i l.
WXMDAKt t POOR'S COBfCS .TIC'l
M* ilmbw 3)<r«.t, NVn. Vi.rli I t
.\-79i-iora
menn.s cumpletiur uf' a well m supi>.,
a way that :r taps oil ib-posir-
from dSfferent nil bearinpr -utut'
ui shales i ml pru.luces 111• ■ in
thiiiuieh the same pipe.
' Recently the R'ailriiiul ('''UiU'is-
t sion has hSen tiuhtemiiif up ur
urn-iit nul*-u in AoiwHca. 1 issuunce ut' pe^nwti) fur mch fi rni
SNU FOR THIS SPECIAL STBWT HMMft operations. The Annual of m,
1 Up 4 c' tl'ii• u«i, ati:u !i your | ijV Jirul * '.>l iier *iiinicL>4*•
Wr 8f iu< r^id ^r.rU^. .iWfrtr -fmi r^Ht j has h€fen tri'v"jj a.s tt iL'tiudon to' it"tt
,-W-' Bt'; .*.^i ; ■ «. « n v ( i iVi; vV11.1. THE. '>• i « ''r." I
I others the Qm'cnirc i*, tb.'nijrlit i
' be .-•uMiriently firm to inaki*- 'in-
unu-tice s'a
The university'- interest has be-
come affected by an applicatuui l f!
Atlantic- Refininir (\unpany lui
permits fur itual completion ul'
'VuriTUin- I'l.in New 1 I'ero| le
•.;.r : .-Hi-. - rr)
'' b u r b .pliu'is" .' tmjSit
southei-tj < .il fornja tutaliiiK
liD'l.Otitl, [Jre-nleiit "Geutt^e Albert
Smith bus announced-, A temple
cu tinii iue million'dollars will be
the burp ' pi oji'cf, ft will;: be lo-
rated in - Los A hgeles, where the
.Mi.rmiin populatiun rarik.s second j
-in sfee to that, of Sal.. Lake (vitry. i
PLANT
Par, Justice of the peace, Pree. IJ
.1. VV. ("'aHtfennan-
-or County Cgmimwiaiwr,
•roclnct mo. r.
I' A *11111;) Crowley
'fSerflecttoni
R 9 T&yiiyr
J A. (Jamesi Eyyatip
Jim Tcnesdeil
wmrnlulaiier Precinct No. 3
■ .. E. G. (Earneat) Curry
fRe.eIlsmon)
L L. (Doc) Griffith
J. R. CDfcfc) Wohlfbrtf
M. R (Huh.) Keith
..; ..i-s^cn-i.i-j. ao
_a vcc.'.- u.i'-
3T-..1
li TV^PCw A ■%
frt A t'ANKClLS fi:- lO'-JHUPREU- ;
.OH if/ —i—<s;;S3-
- y pf;
_ fmp.'
Nbw;'-i the; time fe "step mi in." it's time to jjel ihal Ium iiimiiT..
ItAii'lJB'lC diiil'T iVI'tlke il j; lovely jewelry Jjict tru.il • he Mill
fcM'.Vfia. iiliBMK. The ;i:c-i-eiver will. i>t- more thun (ilea'sect
Skim t;i;tADIf!;A'irt(.->N .WHSTS now
NO. *
v ewrif^. t
Tliroot—'FercsflMs'!! Our
AiMrthesia-Mop is; a Doctor's Pre- '
scriptian that gives' quick relief from !
path and discomfort. Guaranteed fa '
bethe best Mop you ever used—or
money refunded. Generous boftie
with applicators only 50c at.
i-i/Ui.\'i;:.> \v;:.LEA.vrs
TommlHloner Preclnci.
frvan LffWtg
i Ro-elertlon)
' Tom Oorrell
iTommiM'oner Precinct Wo. ♦
■:. Mr* ' Tcnrg* E Kelley
i ne-e-leetion
Rifwfh 1W. Sayre
Carl G Ffte-
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A'
SOFT-HEALTHFIL-W4TER
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\|Mj KliNTY f.USS containers; <cartons with j
li < iNK (iAI.ION JARS- (K >N VENIEN-T Ft IR UT BOX AN'. ?
RI-.I- IMCKRA roli. • 40c DKPt'lSlT ON THE i Bt i T'l'LIC-' f
li} ; V
D ftiNK AXD COOK
W f TH GOOD *
CLARK & KAIL
NOW OPEN
f. 17 W. WALKER PHONE 101 :S
■■ ;<•:■,en! 111.mmlivf* Repair and Radiator Shop Vv'el'diiig, AuiO
'■ ii;- In-- ailed, All Makes and Models ....
( \I.S ........ C . TRUCKS . TRA<TORS
Y'K.-R BCSINESS APPRt:CLATRU
•'Come Out And Letf's Get Acquainted
Protect your livestock:with D. D'. T. 9fock sucay. Will loan sp;av
with each, purchasfei: 1 ^aitan; of D. D. T. makes 20 gallons, ot
spray. ija.nG per gjfllbn; WW
We have Army .Alstons* 55 gallon; drtims for sale- Good: fur
anything yoit need: a drum for such as £ue|, (.'onrainera. ut rrash
ran.* *3.00 eaeh'.
H. H. MEHAFFEY
600 W. WALK.ER ST. MtECteeimrO^e, TEXAS-
J foa.ve resiKicied Mr, Crensiiaw'
Pre-War iannitry
mt
UltiiiriiitiiM
2T5 WORTH SMELTON
CALL 857-J A
am
SERVKIK PLI MBIX, (OMP VW
fie# Mafoery O. Fauittlerov
I — PHONE 142
WE ARE AUTHORIZED DEALERS
FOR
FERVEL E L £X T R OLU X REFR.I CERA TORS
We sell Roper'Cl'iiH Ranger ( Butane ^ncl Fielit Ca.s , Cievel&ridJ
V\ .ill-1 Lie,tiers Mtimphrey & Deahorn Space fctfeafe'-s, Speed;
Que<#n Washeiv ;
SERVEL ELECTROLtlX REPRIGERATOHS
K;iK€ \ P P11A N ( \ €0 .
1908 E. W ALKER
PHONE
ss'4 « y5j
Wi- JJavt* Rirtnm- mnkn. swfMV tanks, commodes. Iwvriturii-s
Hihh'fr jiipr, fining. Ofctrural nun plifs, anrt ligftt huTo*
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M'wtwSi
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AKW EQUPME
JUST INSTALLED
PURE AND SOFT
5 Cents Gallon v 35 Cents For %
At Station / Gallons Delivered
106ft East Walker j Phone 6T8
-See Dale Hftdwock
^ W SERVICE STATION
TRUCK TIRE RECAPPiNt;
PASSENGER TIRE RECAPPINC
\ I I.I VNIZ1NG-WHEEL BALANCING
-AUTO REPAI ■
SERVICE ON ALL MAKEeI-
I -ALSO—STEAM CLEANING
GILES TIRE 01PA NY
139 East Walker ....... Photie 464
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PATE BKOS.
"yiialitv & St-n ir
KS^ewl Walkrr
THE-
NEWEST AIWO MOST NOOCNN EQUlRMEMr MONEY CAN
ami, we are RCAftr to serve you with; a qualit*
CLEAMrMCy A QUALITY WB KNOW VOU WILL RECOG-
W«E AIVO ARRRCCIATE
BRING YOUR GARMENTS TO—
OF" MINERAL WELLS
i Members of American; linstStute of ItauncKries-i
erswiOiv wHiisTER* wA®*Ea at a Miisry.iwu.tvr rate
DAYS' S'E'RV
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PHONE tim
. *> WEST WILLIAMS STREfcT
Vo«r ^nmprt Will Be Appreciated
STORE
THEM INO f !
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PLACE YOUR FURS NOW IN
OUR REP RIGERATED ' CEDAR LIN-EO
TrSIW ...... AIW& MTODERM- STORAGE VAULT.
DOUGLASS ANDERSON €0.
LOCKER PLANT
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