Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 242, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 14, 1943 Page: 4 of 4
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TUB BRBCKEN1UPC1 AMjjlCAW-lllBCKlNMDCB. TBXAI
Wednesday, April 14, 1948
Not Shot—Just Hit
NOTICE For Fuller Brush seiv-
\m phone 173-W. |
I NOTICE For quirk turn. Tavern
•t Ivan. Texan. hou e. living
quarters attached, >unch stand,
drinks, 38x38 feet leaded
ground. Chicken yard. A but -
rn. See u quick. H. B. FURR
NOTICE If y«u iuu • paintinn *«
do. rail C. L. Hollfii-ld. Phone
570. Firestone Stun' for n-co.n-
tnendatims and estimate* on
ft)H SALE A K<*vi goinq bus-
iness. If interested in good 1. ,1
Me Simon Fram, Alhatnhi a
LOST gasoline tnnk dune
six inch <-a|> Beward. H. H.
NOTICE l-MviiK f"r California
April 15th. Anyone interested in
sharing expetuws contact Mr-
Greer at Bivckeni iiti,e Boot
fUR SA1.K Four hydraulic
dump truck*. 41 K< rd, ''$9
Chevrolet W h <>nl and '!*>
Ford Inquire at Mi'h.tffey ,
600 West Walker Strict.
S1NCKB SKV.'IN'". MACHINES
Kur Salt We repilll <11
makes of sewtnt; machines.
Write or call it C. Freeze Ml
West lluli im, one lil' « k south
of P' t Ofli.w.
WA<vna> (.'lean cotton ran-. Vo
pants or overalls. Bret kennd^-
NOTICE Si*.fial soruce I r
Wedne Ua) and Tnursd.iy. V n
car is more than valuable it
cannot be ieplao il S|M-cial rare
Is necessary to maintain lis 111"
OUR SPECIAL CAR SERVICE
(Continued Prom Page 1)
Has Good Record
Only 1.7 per cent absenteeism
„ . , from illness and injury among lb*
rc*l*urt Grand wry to meet employe, of The Texas Company
Monday . . High school hoping throughout the United States was
to have jeep to parade here at experienced in 194V. it wag report-
the end of their drive to buy one etj today by the Company's medi-
' army . . "Outfit the outfit" caj director. Dr. M. N, Newquist
war bond slogan . • • No XHisi is a reduction of 5 per cent
report on head of dog killed here
and sent to Austin at w«>k-end.
Chief Jackson said . . . Mrs. I5U1
Hotmann to join her husband at
Buffalo soon . . . Subregional ten-
ing Edgar Cain is get-
ting chicken raising fever
from the previous year. Some war
industries. Dr. Newquist points
out. report current absenteeism as
high as IS per cent.
Sickness and injury accounted
for 5.38 days per employe in the
Texaco organization last year. The
• ni.> meet here Saturday ...
Cain saying Edgar Cain is
ing chicken raising fever ... „,
| Smaller buyers getting hurt these reporU f 9 s *r eent.
(days because wholesale houses t^uction jn time lost per case of
favored custom* * 1 ■ a——■■
| absenteeism compared to 1941,
| Dr. Newquist cited several fac-
tors to account for the improved
record: An active safety program
and improved medical service and
supervision: no major epidemic "f
respiratory diseases occurred in
1942: work schedules were such
as to minimize fatigue; and hous-
ing and transportation problems
w-ere not so acute as in other war
industries. "Another very import-
ant factor." added Dr. Newquist
"was an increased sense of rr
sponsibility among our employes
a* to the vital part which they, as
worker* in the oil industry, a.e
playing in the w'ar effort."
H Takes Both
T# WiM Vktry
• dims evt if every
b our quota
for VICTORY with
; or regions . . ,
out which old timers say means
end <il «old weather . . . Lt. Bob,
, C Bryan liere from camp in Cal-
i ifornia . . Joyce Johnson saying
she wrote part of her declama-
I 'ion. a most creditable piece . . .
I E D. McDowell with five cigars
! in one pocket . . . Palace Theater
putting cooling system on top of
j building . . . L. D. Hawkins to
; address I.ions Club Friday . . .
Reported Black Ranch well to be
shot this afternoon.
Ucor£" Chevcrko IV of K
bi n" Mt b> W ill i Svl'
bet WWII ' :e\. rki> Ittl Jo
f.tiled New Yoikess if.ni
ih.im. cra-hes baik to .1 ..ir after
r of Western Kentucky State, shown
inny Bnch. 17. of Rams. Penalty was
• d M ini-final round of National imita-
tion tourn.in hi hv editing \i.-itou. 60-58. in half of double-header
phiVM I,, fue IH.KiS at M.idison Square Garden.
Repack front wheels
Oil drain and refill
Ciwnkcase (Limit 5
TWO OAV SPECIAL
We will also cheek battery term-
inals. fan belt radial"! hose and
connections transmission a,i i
(Continued from Rage One)
ship in organizing and conduct-
n 4 plant -alety prugrams.
; \ pi' iiininaty meetmv' was held
Tf.ur lay ni ;ht in the juriioi hail
i <«n of the Bureh hotel when .t e
< la*.* org ni/. (I v ifh iTJ e-i-
|i'llin ; W ,l Mil I lean, stale di-
recfor, and 1. S. It .wden. field
repre-entat j\•,,f [he N itional
( mmitlee M'tt piest lit and out-
lined lite |Hlrp> - I'll s;it|s- if
tsHjrse K A Cain division
r "nnuer, Cui'imunty Public Sen-'
* Company. Was -.elected as t' C
class le.nlei Whilt ttie enrol-
ment limited, a few more men
or women can lie enrolled. Any-
one interested can secure ad.li-
tional information from Mr. Cain
l pre*e-t .it tin ne\f ni'S'ting
"'l.ursday night al 7 p.m. at the
FOR RENT Five room modern
house on West WalKi r .Stivt.
Three ro«nn furnished apt t- SKK 01 R C'O.Mri-ETE LINK
ment. private hath, prixafe en- OF FA.MOI'S—
trance. Fngidaire This room
Bond Sales Program
Students of the high ta-h"'.
urged to buy bonds and stamps
Thursday in line with the S«vond
War l an Drive launched Mon-
day throughout the nation.
A Victory Concert will be pr -
•ented to combined audiences .f
the junior and senior high schools
at 10:45 Thursday morning The.
concert, under the direction of J-
C Burkett, will be one of tiv
Vict try Concert* scheduled for
the year. In conjunction with the
Thursday bond and stamp day the
Jeep Campaign will progres> sim-
ultaneously Alt interested patrons
of ihe school who can <-onviept-
l> buy lionds and stamp* this
Thur-'lay are urgi^l by the stu-
dents to |>urchas«' them through
students of the school.
Tlic high school orchestra and
Glee Club will present a program
of (topular and patriotic Aumhers.
Mona Moore will sing "Harbor
of Pream Boats" accompanied b>
the orchestra. Nancy Chastain
will do a tap dance number.
1 Meat Price Ceiling
Date is Changed
j WASHINGTON, April 14 Tl-
Thi> OP A potftp.HH-d today for one
m inth the elf«H'ti\e date of the
' new dollars and cents uniform re-
tail ceiling prices on Leef, veal,
lamb and mutton.
furnished house, modern
idaie. Bills |>aid. Miller
Co. or Phone VKi or
FOR SALK On< ^ih<1 milk cow
Calf 2 days old Call at K'.2
South Rose Ave phor-e 775. I
FOR sale 12 acres ..n Eh t
Walker Call 753W for appoint-
ment. A W Crafton.
Arrhtry F:|U pment Soft-
bai.. i>.s, bait Tennis. linlf.
And Ki-hlnn K'l'Jipment.
[ The Price tf Victor j
It Tafcas Bath
LEE TRACY in
"THE PAY OFF"
FRL and f AT.
Action Packed Thrills oi
•The Err Cracker Suiti"
"King of Mounties"
Chapter No. 11
THIRS. Thru SAT.
For Victory 1
IT TAKES BOTH
• War B«nd«
urn WAR touts
, (iOOFY in . ...
"Hon To Play BaaehnR"
for SAl.K Three room rn n|. rn
furnished house 'in pavement. |
Cheap Phone k 7.
for ren i' i room modern
hoii.v. sleepmi: poirh. i^aniKc
Lot !vi h> 15" feet, it pave-
ment. MK Weisi l.inilM->. Cdl
Dr. E. C. Herron
■ wer disease through ('i i Iropractil
2tl1 North Eastoo
— by Mat
let's dam the spending stream
Wate* running wilO can be a raging torucnt—
can ppstrov EVERY thins in its path when
VOU Bu'tp a dam The aat6r IS MADE harmless
and you have stored power for future use.
If wc let our money Run wild in the
•MNDIN6 STREAM IT CAN E AS DAN3EROUS
AS A TORRENT OF WATE*. IF we BuilD A
ST SONS SAM TO MOLD IT S V SETTING ASiOE
)UR EARNINGS IN WAR SO\'0S.SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.
.tFE INSURANCE—WE HAVE PROTECTION A&AINST
Rl Si NO PRICES,- POWf TO FINANCE THE WAR—
purchasing power jr the future.
-urt stone 7M£PM*se.
which we comment on
1. lASTtl MM—
Bring joy to lha kiddii
2. JOGS THAT «0 BOOM!
Plenty will b« laid on th« Axil this year.
1. BAD IMS—
Excellent eaample* or* Hitler, HirohHo
4. A GOOD "BMN—
He takes occasional war-time travel in-
conveniences with o smile always plant
his trips for mid-week—takes just one
' bag. He has an essential trip to moke this
Easter Time, so he plans to go early—to
leave room for men in service and war
workers over the crowded Easter week.
> mt mm§ii mS Wei ^ - •*-
mm nuAAs baa"
■¥ TBf IRS? IVIIT IBB
For men or women with
pleasing personality, with
at least a grammar school
education. We can train
vou for the futuro while
vou ire earning.
For DetailH See
ANNOUNCED RE-OI'EMNG FOR BUSINESS
Full l.ine of Drugs and Sundries
Watchmaker and Optometrist
DR. D. H. I. AS ATE R
FOR GLAMOUR Hi
41V1* vqm A B£flUTIFUL M*cHiM«ass
e no MACHINES or orvfr.S
e no HAKMrn. ciikmiims
e for or ciiii.dkkn
e safe. . . kasv to i s*
e c«nt\ins no ammonia
e no experience reqiireo
0 Wi'h ease and in comfort, you can now give
yoursr.'f a beautiful machtn<*less permanent wave
at hoii.c that will last as long as tny profrssional
|*erman*nt wave. You clon't have to know a thing
about waving h«i*. Junt follow simple directions
Result—a beautiful wave, soft and curiy. Get yours
today' Nothing clue to buv
l this new
THIS MONTH ONLY, you receive
with rich purelws of MOtllN'S
HOME KIT, Uiis new bssuty nia(-
SUM I MSHWt WORM.
■ MIL MHni ADO tk m NITUI AND U. I. TAX J
Welcome in peace oo*
mare welcome in war work
IN letter after letter from war plant* and
factories, managers write in to tell
how important they consider Coca-Cola
in providing energygiving refresh-
ment for workers... in helping output
and morale. Of course, workers in
war plfif" welcome a rest*pause ... with ice-cold
to make it the pause that refreshes.
Ice-cold Coca-Cola quenches thirst. But it goes further
to add pure, wholesome refreshment that you feel
and enjoy. Made with a finished art, Coca-Cola has
a taste all its own ... a goodness you always welcome.
Popularity with war-workers has made Coca-Cola
the symbol of the rest-pause. And remember: only
The Coca-Cola Company produces Coca-Cola.
e e •
Letter* from plant managers from coa* to cim i cmpha-
rite that the little moment for an icc-colti Coca-Cola
means a lot to workers in war plants. It's a refreshing
moment on the sunny si Je qf things... a war lo 'urn
to refreshment without turning from work.
A breath ing spelt, a rest-pause and Ic.-col.l Coca-Cola.
Contenlmeni comes when you connect with a Coke.
The best is
always the better bay I
Of THI COCA-COLA COMPANY St
Texas Coca-Cola Bottling Company
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Hall, C. M. Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 242, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 14, 1943, newspaper, April 14, 1943; Breckenridge, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth131848/m1/4/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.