Stephens County Sun (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1946 Page: 8 of 8
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THURSDAY, AWrt. 11, 19*®
•'' ■ t Continues From Pafte One! 5 ■
jhic system wLil get; its imards
toirjfc out insofar as the buying
;ier of the- middle salaried man
^*EEN Or Heard: Mr. and Mrs;
y Floyd Ifolder have gone W
meet Bill coming out. of service
from France .... Sea Scouts re-
ported: planning..trip to Ahiienu ..
.. Pretty biueljiiinnets, m . front ol
Minchcw home and biggest patcii
inside city limits in lot. south oi
Monroe Vcale home ...... Paul
Pitzer saying "let's go tishing
soon" this to get him on record I
...... C. IC West reported: not have !
missed single meeting of Men's |
Chorus .... Father John with1
wrist hound up saving he fears he I
may have to mow his own/ lawn J
.... Walter Clifi .it home ill1, to- I
day .... Higli barometer reading |
makes present goott time to g.-> >■
fishing Mr Harris, rnanagi. i
at Stale Park, now owns a jeep !
..... Garland Coolly so busy cim !
ranch riiever seen in town .... and !
Goat owned by Mr ,'nd Mrs Earl !
Row;in. riti<> West fith .lias <iua i
rupie..-- bo.rn yes;erday.
finds Italy Snapshot
In Salvage From ETO
:. PALO ALTO. Pa.—.1 m- [.a Pliua
says anything is possible after ft is
'■ La Plaea, a former suliiiei1 now
working at the Cressutui Ordnance
depot, opened a box of;halite junk
sent from an ETO Salvage depot;
At the: bottom of the pile uti-sUv'in-
aged equipment he fuumi a phutu-
graph of hiniself taken in Liaiy in
,U.ii eh. I'J.t:;.
The ex ail said: lie had: lost the
snapshot in eouibat six: vm ek1- id'tei
it had ; been -taken. La P.l'aea. war.
ovul-s«U'o' 2!) 11iitn t hwith an- <:
nance company- in Engianii. Ire
land, Italy, ami Sicily.
Nazi Police Heard
Crossed In Trial
M:T£RNB:EEO; Apn, i| Hi.R:
Ernesi Kaltenbiunuer '
full responsibiots t;«ituy !r«r flKin
atrocities of the iVaxi 'swuritv
police usuler fains, tfien. Blungi,-.
into a. glib attefnpt. pi -etinvitui
11 ie war crimes court, th:-1 he.neve(
bad anv' «safutive powfe's' what
Cowboy Reunion Is
To Be Held h My As Borough Head
Famer Refuses Post
Directors of the Texas, Cowboji
t Reunion. Inc. confirmed the teiita-;
: live dates of July '2nd, 3rd and
, 4th for the L7th Annua. Te \si->
i Cowboy Reunion which were set:
■■at a meeting last fall. The: annual
affair, held in Stamford. Texas,!
j exceeded all previous attendance !
records in L'.MS. j
VV. Swenson., president, pre-
sented a plan for a special calf■
'roping event for servicemen and:!
' ex-servicemen which was accepted J
j unanimously by the director.-,. Win- ■
; ner of the event will receive a hand 1
; tooled saddle. The ten low roping:
i servicemen ami ex-servicemen in
LANCASTER. Fa.— I'he horouyh
of Terre Ifiil, in northwestern Lan-
caster County, is still looking for
a burgess. .. . . '
t?hares Keller, 6T>. a fa rmei
elected to the post last November j
has, refused; to serve and all efforts |
to fill' the vacancy have failed. I
"There's too much responsibility <
and toe many papers to sign," Eel-
ier salri. "t liidii't campaign for the
job and didn't, even vote for my-
self." i . - S
The borough has about 1,000 in-
It'irst Wedding- for Clutrcli
OGUETOWN, Pa.—For the fir.,!
lime in its 50-y ear-history, tlur
Ogleto'wn Union Church was elf
scene of a marriage recently. The
Rev Geoige \v. ■ Wright, pasi'«■
of the Riimmel f. hutxh of . vhe
i : Brethern.. ioffielated:-: p$): ci'retiibnies
j uniting Laverrie Hope Bertcey, of
i Ogietawn, and Charles; Richards-,
j of Ryot. '
Thurston Appointed -
Envoy To Mexico
- WASHING-TDK April U IU.5S—;
Pivsiden: Truiriah: today nomfnai-
ed Waller Thurston of Arizona-,
now Ambassador (<> Bolivia, to be
ritr^Jiassailoi; to Mexico. ;:
He '.Mil succeed George M'esscr-
snii: h. who has been- appointed:
Anibcissador to Argentina..
Make This Home Redpe
To Take Off Ugly Fat
i the previous two day go-round wili ! settles for Otoscupe '
compete at the inpertormiimjei nnnirnnmrn' nr i ' n.
■ on July - 4th for the: saddle. Ail , BREME.IUO1N. Wash.-Dr.
servicemen and exservicemen of Bainei still tijmj? to £14
World War ® will be admitted1 !,ut the thief who raided
_ It'will be
free except for government tax at
that performance to witness their
buddies successes and failures.
Roping is an event that requires:
constant practice, a deft touch and
split-second timing, something the
boys in: service- the past, four years
his medical kit plans to use his
Burner, told police that his car
was searched while he was calling
on a patient, and although more
valuable material was in plain
sight, the only item stolen was an
it's simple, it's- amazinpr, low
quickly one. may lose pounds of
bulky, nnsightly fat right in your
awn; noniei. Make- this recipe your-
self. It's easy—no trouble at all
and costs little. It contains nothing
harmful.. Just go to your- druggist
and: aslfc for four ounces ,pf liquid
Bar cent rate (formerly called Barcel
Concentrate).. Pour this into a pint
bottle and add enough, grapefruit
juice to fill the bottle.. Then; take
two ta'alespoonsful twice a day.
That's all there is to it.
Iff the: very first bottle doesn't I much better you feel.. More alive,
•how the simple, easy way to lose I youthful appearing and active.
bulky'fat and "help? regain: slender,.
more- graceful; curves;: if reducible
pounds and; inches of exccss fat
don't just: seem to disappear almost
like magic from neck, chin, arms,.
bust, abdomen, Sips, calves and
ankles, just return the: empty bot-
tle: for your money back. Follow
the easy way endorsed by many
who have tried this plan, and help L
bring back alluring curves and! ' - I -
graceful slenderr.ess. Isrote how
quickly bloat, disappears—how CRi A. WANT AD- FOR QUICK"
Published evej-y Thursday J>
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' enriilge American Publishing
Company, BrccRenrrage; Texas
C. H. 1-LALL EDITOR:
SUBSCRIPTION" RATES "
Stephens: County Sun per year
ilay erroneous reflaction upon thw
character, standing: or reputation of
any person, Hhn or corporation
may appear in the columns o| Tftp
Breckenridge American will be gl'adt^
corrected upon it:> br ing; brought to
the attention-oil the: management;. I
L'i-J:- i- F. Givens of Sterling,
t. ., i pictured", in Chicago,
•!t i;''i:)* a sheaf of his hard, red
\v!iii«t wiieat which was judged.'
c : v.i.vat in tiie U. S. in:
annual Fhihp W. Pilh.bury
.intesi. It rtviis ,the, fourth,con—}
cuSive- r'lr^b.'"that the Colorado •'
]j. odui't had v, on :;ie award over'
FOOD VALUES AND
Vitamrrts: good source A, B, C, arrd
G; fair source of D and E. Calories
per average servingr 105 (V2 me
diurrr sire avocado)^ Home storage:
dip cuf surfaces in lemon juice lo
Meetings On Strike
ff R I A U
A R 3 A R A
B R IT TON
By United Press.
The labor department moved ro-
a1 iy : 1 re:>:ore nogotlafeoris in the
:;o.'l1; ;ii:-.pute, v.h-:h accounts Cor
nearly one-half of tli« nation's
ai;i) strike idied workers.
The Harvester- ('ouricit of the
'■ 'It 1 farm e<iuipmcnt and metal
workers union schecitiied;: a meet-
in.; a riaca^o & consider rati-
tteation: of a1 now- c^orityract: desiirn-
1:0 end another major strike
and; :S;!:nd 30,0()Q .iht:ei'narional; har-
iisier employes ba-..ic 10 work this
Ih:'Lie'rqi;:, the CIO' United. Auto
K\ uiaters and : Bendix aviatjO'i
corp.: today signed a one year con-
tract granting is 1-2. cent hourly
wa:;e increases to 9.000 hourly jj
raied produ-ition employes in six.
Boston Man Pleads
innocent Of Arson
T~Zi DO LE
lr. M'j B.tei/., 35r of Boston, a'
If a-.ietf "radio- 'script
plea-led ihno.'ent today to an ar-
'"•1 charge when arraigned 111
Health Soop .
Sour or Dili
m connection with
11c oi three incendiary fires that
took eight lives in the back bay
Sunday — Monday
want Ads Bring
T4 O x.
Tropic Mo. 2 1-2
Treat \ Cast
COLOR SPORT— IUEWS
washing lit town!
TODAY & FRI
lilfe ■ I
No Extrm Work -~
Jiisr arid a few drops
Jo the final rime!:
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Sweet Peas EMk
FmEE Booklitt: "Hen**! Wfrihin!ji,Cu>cle'
V/<i r I-J M( .
D«di; F. 5, M"rn« apQi> . 3, M«nn
Dressed & Brawn
Nob Hill Coffee
Hit or Glass:
Lean and Mea-7'I
25,40 or CO Waff Mazda
First Fime In
Sulk, Type T
Luncheon Meat sinsa
Wo Reserve the Riahf fa Limit QuantiHct
Busy Bclcer Soda
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Hall, C. H. Stephens County Sun (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1946, newspaper, April 11, 1946; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth131120/m1/8/: accessed December 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.