Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 284, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 13, 1943 Page: 1 of 4
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For Mf Protcctios
MBA TBLEPHOTO AND COMIC URVICB
Little change In temperature
this afternoon and tonight. Scat-
tered thunderatower* today and
Vol. 22—No. 284
BRECKEN RIDGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 1948
Price Daily Be —
LAMPEDUSA TAKEN BY ALLIED FORCES
0AN|)KI.LKK1 A. !•<•!> Sn- <nd
Ma la after mm i-cn of
pounding with 7.«KW .I■*> pound* t.t
bomb*. ran up iht' white flm Sig-
nif leant that Am, leader* Iwuttt
when it is op|\ whistling in th#
dark and >>it;nificunt that a strong-
hold can he taken only with the
use of air fortvs Tokyo take not-
Work Of Term
Two Musicians Of City
Heard In Knur Song
j Lions Commoittec JAPS pu r women behind barbed wire.
Men Report On 1
Meinhers of the Brerkcnrid..:i
j Lion* ("ul> Friday noon it their
luncheon n:-ar the end of the term
heard rcjsirl* from their commit-
, tc-s of work for'lhe past -ix tn-io
I ths and two « ilo nurnlx-rv ea -Ii
Italy might also relai/e tti.it the I <r,rn Jpnr> McDowell and
nation that stalii d France in tlv* Wtlker
haek tvm u to ! ■ amput itcd putr
b) piece lrk'inti nf on the foot.
At t.V fliN' of this program
a letter *a> authorized to the
family of l>r P C Wrav i for.
mer mem her hi- death: ind
In his memorv the members faced
west f ir hrt'f a mfnute to el .se th ■
meeting F k Curtis in a brief tn!<<
tribute to him as- a elul> m^ml*' r
and for the general good he' did
especially in connection with tl ■
f'<othall team VI' of his servicc-
I ther" being free.
Hill Rogers, reporting on m •)-
that he hi. been unahle to locate : hership *h..wed fourteen ne<-
This ajipliex In both furnished and ' members received during the pa-1
un'umisb.-d house* and apart- v.->r and attention was called t"
I the list of those who have gone
into the service
BRECKENRIla i« far better
occupied than the average man
here feels that it is This ha*
h«en r-venled in the work it E
R Maxwell sj-ek-ng places for j
people to live wh i have come
"P 're ar" two ir three families
*eeking a place to live here now
Once in a whi'e Mime one will
tell me that the plice next to
them i* varant In many Instance*
he finds it hut only h-en locked
up and the owner* will not rent
It \Vhv this is in the ore*ent xit-
Uation. Max we'I «aid he wa un-
able to account 'or
rpFXAS mu ht be in po«ition to
4 rival Ohio a* P-e center for
manufacturing rubber products if
jvMlvt'*- niKlyti nr a11"t• on olnnt
Three chi'dren were fitted with i
glass y |a*t year. P M Faulk-er'sl
re|iort .«howed, in this special work
of the club
Other committeemen report in"
were P <" Ferguson on hoys and
girl* work ,J F Bailey pr. -
gram Boh Bow.-r* on eitl/r--n*hip
and p«ttrioti*m F R MarweP
community betterment Claude
Pooler on safety R< ■*« Flliott on
finance*: J. A Bate* on att i-
i>t,d<ive ironi the Italy o| a Jap soldier slain on Guadalcanal was printed up to disclose this
imprisoned woman and children guarded behind Ixu bed wire by a Jap somewhere in the Far ftt
l' S. MARINE CORPS PHOTO FROM NEA f XEPHOTOI.
In the state ar*- kept In opera- ' dance; Victor Aubr-y on Fdu -a-
tlon nft^r th«- w-ir ••■Mt.-s Oordon | tion; D T Bowie* in convention
Sb •> rer of the I'nitwt fres* 'and r>i II || Cnrtwrirht who
® !• tvent statement rv t *"-nest | 11need mor - members for the Tev
C.i m rd
'•a'lroad fnmmi *!' n said tti-it
40 nere-nt of he nati n's «vnth"-
♦tc rubber r>rocran< '* hemv ear-
thed on In •be state TTiomryton tir.
fed thit tK#. nrrvram be retained
after nenr-e rtvme*
, Texat i* ^•artlnll••rt^• d f•
IP-• VIn" f^'t^ber if 't« hue"
(M domlnitlii" of sutmb- an>*
fr>"* but ! *Me**c *'1* '-h v
0 tw-.Tir doct nf rs f'n<* 1 /VI. -ctnn*
fa- ->t|ne n«ed in modern flgbtin*'
r* •"FiNINCJ of thi« type gasoline
% *1 continue after the war. ft?
V" tens e'i'*ve aed autoniobile* n
M i« "'r>it(ni'< liketv wtl' Ik
such refining going on. d would
teln" *he M~h te>t f •••' With
N nd\'antnR "*l« h continue u«-
|n« th > ho*ad*« ne for makine «yn-
Thompson «• ''< th t n'an. ha"e
be-n mnde to dooM^ th" nii n v<r
of wflnorlr. makinn tm-oetan"
p>«'ilim> This mild tnea larger
!> *•'Ibb rw"'' In • n '••■efl-in p
I~'"imt* of htltadif-' M hlf-h ilid
refining h i«fn «<* R bi f *« tv-ln-
the *o*t of turning out nihher
Mi"* McDowell and Wa'k.T 1 --
com[ ani' d hv >Tr* Walker Ca tie-
man. were loudly applaud-d for
South Texas 03
Men To Extend
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UP)
— .South i txa.* uiinicii iii tuied at
tiitir .sixth annual nieeung .s|« n
>ured by the .South i e*a t num-
ber of t'onimerce to make future
loeetltigh itaU-widt; irialeud ot ie-
UeclaruiK that the uil imiu.'try
has advanced I exa* jo y. ar* ec
ononucaliy. I>. A. Little, pre*!-
tiant of Magnolia Petroleum Co.,
I'alias, ton] the oil men that oil
Ium brought the late probably
more money than either wattle
ct cotton, backbone ot trt« other
two leading is<htstrie of the past.
Little wa one ot two out-
tandirik' oil nieri honored at the
meeting. The other was F. M.
t raalier, head of Ouval Petrol-
eum to.. ixt:i Antonio.
Wrmi tbi* mncb mat ri l a\ i'-
t( T hlc "nwtoets mannfacturlne
ptanti ril"ht i>'l he '• ' •* "" '
the nib'wr sttnplv source rtth.-r
thi n ha«-'n" the ^vnt^etic n.«teri."1
ahioped cl"'«r ncros* tbe nation |i"
he mart" unto imiom-.wi,. tire*
fttbw -,nd a thousand and one oth-
Prediction* have been mi-d
laonrh a aiMrr nnd'iC. maun-
fe ^ irlne nlant as wnn a* ■w>*
d',lop< nwll WTvn that will he
li another pr- h'en,
Kxl«tlnK avetbetic nihher oIho'*
have h-en hu'lt with feredal
funds Tb plant* are then 'ea«-
Hi In i private organization or
management of the plant* i* tur-
M m-er to them with the g >vern-
sharing In the Income
BUENOS AIRES (IP) The
United Suites has recognized the
new Argentine Government head
ed by I*rt* ident ( en. Pedro Katn-
snm"Texa*"lnd..«'HnP«t, V|tt| ire*, it waa officially announced
LONDON, 1UP1 The Foreign
office announced today that
Great Britain recognixea the
new government of Argentina.
(Great Wat* Plant
Ls AIhhiI Ready
Old South Selected For
Second Willow Kun
MARIETTA (la I H' The
South s coiinterjiart of Ford * Wd-
i I w Kun plant is exja-cu-d to k°
into full prodik'tion ol new-type
| su.-r.boeili.-rs n--xt spring, but al-
ready is virtually completed, with
, thousand- ol newly-trained work-
er* on Hie |ob.
The gigantic aircraft plant Just
outside this historic city of Civil
War days, was built by Bell Air-
craft Corp which has revaled.
with war department approval,
sonic detail* of the size and mag-
nitude of the project.
Recently in Washington, Cha*.
Wilson WPP ex •cutivp vice
re*ident, announced that early
'•At year one of the Cnited
States' most potent seer -t weap-
ne a sti|ier-homhcr would he
'ri production, lie would not con-
firm what was general'y known
in 'he industry, that is that the
sup T-bomher* will he hulit in
'h* Pell pl int here. Me did *ay.
however, that the plant will j;o j
ito large- cale production In
'es* than a year.
What's lacking in official an-
noune •ment of the *i*e of lH mb-
r to roll off th" Marietta .1*-
e "hh 'ine Is made up for -n
>f/*ial announcement* of the
/e 'if the plant
Built by Bell Aircraft C->rp of
Huffalt and Viagra Fit|* N V.
known for th«ir famous Vircobra
the Ar*nv'x cannon-carryint fight-
r. the p'; nt vac
1 Built 'o fa*t tha one eon.
'nitcon "roup romoletelv wa'l-
d a 10-t-.n truck in the man-
oth basement while the driver
s out tu lunch.
•> "TTi,. main acsemh'v hiii'd-
n" i* Iar>*e en<"ir*h t^> 4iou«e
eatjen-* total annaul rnttoncrrp'
Here Monday By
Order Of Elks
Elks of Ranger and Rrecken-
ridge invite the public to a Pag
<vtcmony to he staged Monday
evening, beginning at S:.V> o'clock
>n the court hou*e lawn In oh-
I servance of national Flag Day.
This ix part of a nation-wide
! i-eremonv of the order.
A ritual with music parts uy
the high school band under dir-
••ction of Jake Burkett will he
read, all the flag* that hnve been
Service Man In
Of Life There
Sfft. Tom (ireen Says
Knough Sunshine To
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green have
received a letter from their son,
Sgt. Tom Green, written in Eng-
land. that in part reads as follows:
"Three of your letter* and three
Albany News gnt here yesterday,
so I'm pretty well caught up 00
used by this nation displayed- th.-, ho™" J H'so « '•*
-ar'v a *-i|e of fr i"ht car* can
'^mttod inside or a nimh-r of
football i'imm .-Mild lie o'ayed
' CnnfiniMMt m Oaoe •'
cv>remony to be clos"d with an ad-
dre«* by Rev. Amos Myer*.
The flugs of the nation wil' be
displayed by Boy Scouts ard
small lapel flag* w-j!| he pinned
on those present by Oirl Scout*.
National Elks are asking that
a'l display the flag Monday, a* it
it is now more significnt than ev-
The Texas Defense Guard will
rraux-h to the ceremony In a body.
Visiting Boy Bitten
lloolis Marehall of Texon. Tex-
as, who is visiting hi* aunt. Mrs.
TolU-rt Crow, ard family >n thr-
F. M. Brooker ranch in Shack-
lord County, was bitten by a rat-
tlesnake Friday afternoon as he
•*a* going to the creek for a
w iltv The snake wax.hidden .in-
d-r a *mal' rwk and *truck him
a* he paused Mrs. Crow adminis-
tered first aid until a physician
cot-'d get there Mr and Mr*. R
C. Marshall of Texon came to s.-e
1 heir son. The boy is getting a-
SPA CITY OPENS STEM MUX
with high-ranking Army off in.-
and industrial leader* in atten-
dance, a new- 9100.0*V> *tee! pla
designetl to convert scrap met.il
coll. -ted from the public im
high-grade *te-l bars for es - n-
tlal armament wa* ' -i-nv-rlv ope--
ed Friday at Min-ral We'l*
Newsr \-| ca mermen w-c-e
to nlviot film* of tht-
11 emonv and to trace the iroee .* ! Wolter*
as augmented by a l-wn from
h Reconstruction Finan<\- Cor-
r:>Tif n after hading Mineral
'"ell« citizens had interxted
"hairman I>Tald *te'«on of th"
War Production B wird in the prn-
1 Scran to fend the plant wax
pre- collected hv the salvage collecting
cer- I detachment from near-by Camp
4DBEN OR HEARD: Moran Dri'-
IJlini company on a fishing Job
In their Hill lease operation. . .
Dick Burleson displaying squash
In Chamber jf Commerce w indow
Weighing three pound*, six ounces
• . . L. D. Hawkins asking u*. why | which an old cook stove I*
** did not ask him if he had eny • transformed from a lunk hean
enplalning he did not have ^ to a finished bar of «teel
•ny but Juat dM not like to be The nlant. erected west of Mln-
|pMM«d as a source . . Every- - m| wT, will be operated hy
one asked to pot out flags Monday the Bateman Steel Company, ot
. Thb- hatr dying by ynutln. which W W. Bateman, local civ-
•Packs akin to K t suits . . . ie leader, Is prexldenltbtn conxtru-! r-"itr also will take part In the
■ * 1 Om Page 4 cttan ol the plant, local capital 1 program.
Percv H°wp" !«
Private Percv W. Howell, son
of Mr and Mrs E N. Howe'l.
ha* been appointed student adju«-
, tant >f his a« Bd' mic class at Ihe
•Mth College Tninin- Detaeh-
i m-nt where he i* taking numer-
ous academic course^ K-fore start-
int* hi* elementary flying training.
tTpon eompietlon of the course he
will he c'a*s|fted a* a pilot navi-
gator or homberdi"r nnd eVi -n to
school-.- of the Flvtnp Training
Comrnwrv' for training in
tcr from George Wilson, w!io is
now a flying instructor at Big
Spring. He said that he flew right
over the ranch a while back. He
rec.igniaed it by our round con-
crete water tank.
"I'm still stuck in an office over
here, but we get quite a lot nf
time off -ind w ith he n. e w -ather
and goods news we've been hav-
ing lately. I could enjoy living
"I mad- trio down Into Devon-
last week. That'* down in touth-
ve-;lorn England and is supposed
to be Lorna Doone's home terri-
tory. It is really beautiful coun-
try all ro'ling hills covered with
'Trass and wild flower*, h'g tr-e*.
•nd a little runni'i" strea-n in ev-
ery valley, f stayed with a man
^od h'<- wife who had m->ved down
thr-re from London about three
vears ago They've lived in New
Father Of Breck
Woman Is Beaten;
Robbed By Six
Mi* liny Carter Lenrnn
W. (V Kiningham In
Mrs. Ray Carter of Brecken-
ridge in a telephone ca'l to Louis-
ville. Ky., this muming learned
that her father W. C. Keiningharn
is in serious condition there, the
results of bs'ing attacked and rob-
Mr*. Carter received a delayed
letter Saturday telling of the rob- j
bery last Monday and the call to
her mother today revealed Mr.
Keiningham's condition us serious.
He wr s going to work Monday
morning, she learned, when lie
stopped at a service station lo
have hi* car checked. Two young
men were th.-re and asked fir
a ride. He took them in hi* ear.
When they had driven a short dis-
tance they pulled a gun on him
and ordered him to turn around.
They drove him to another ear
where there were four other
young men. They th.'n drove out
of the (eity beat him to ins-nslhi-
llty and then left him in an old
shack, apparently thinking he wax
dead. Mr. Keisingham is 55 year%
old. He had ivtired from work
until the war started and w.is
working in a defense plant at
The robbers took about $100 in
cash and all his papers from his
person. Mrs. Carter Is employed
at the Western Auto Associate
Two New Patients
V«t Local Hosni+al i
Repors from Breck-nridge hos-
pitals Saturday showed Martha
Tipton. 12, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jake Tipton of Angleton
and Mrs. Walker Sayle rrr.-dir.il
patients at the Breckenrldg" Clin-
J. M. Brown has been dismissed
Ten Thousand Are
ALLIED HEADQ* ARTERS.
NORTH AFRICA. Jut* 12 I P-
The first count of prisoners taken
in the afll of Pantelle.ia indicates
the i.ital will be well ov.-r I0.IKI0
j not inr'uding civilians, it was an-
' nounccd '--day
- ■ i i
•Sena Is Warned
Of Strike Law
WASHINGTON. June 12 <U.
The Senate, holding it first Sat-
urday sessi in of the year to take
fina action on antl-sy-'k-' legj -
latlon. was warned today by Sen.
Flbert Thomas. Democrat, Uta'i.
that enactment of the measure
Heaviest Air Blow
of War is Struck
A gainst Europe
The rooky Italian Island of Lampcdusa surrendered under ter-
rific Allied a erial boniliaiUm nt tixiay and is being i...vupit'd by Al-
lied I-irees on.- day after the reduction ol the fortress of Pantelk-riu.
Allied naval lores also joined in the finit' i'l-h >ur attack on •'
Island, which lies 90 miles off the eastern coast of Tunisia, a special
'ommun qu.- from Headquarters of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower said.
"After ^-1 houis of intermittent naval and air hjmlmrdment. in-.-
Island of Lnm|>e<ius a today surrendered and is being occupied by
Sicily Looms As
Next For Attack
In Allied Drive
LONI* iN, June 12 < " ir>
itulation of Lampednsii. an an
Foif.-s." the text of tlio
Meanwhi'e. the heavi-st air >n-
slaught to of the war turned the
Nari industrial oities of Dn -I-
| dork ind Mrnst?r into flaming
'target* luitter^d hy onsiderablv
! over 2.000 tons of explovisp* a* a
' climax to 24 hmours of Ftiroiv-an
offensive by more than 2,-
00 Allied olane*.
west. It was estimated
that the United Nations has ■ -nt
around 1400 plane* ovet Ftp- --e
-omr-thinc under 1.000 R9F h-in-i-
ber* smash at the Ruhr and Rhm-
Tn the south an estimated 10 or
V>0 Allied o'ane* bammer-d t'-e
ttnlinn t«elands incllldin^ R><".ir>
Calabria on the t'ie of th«' Ttnl-
i inn boat. In the ea*t he Rer air
„ , aeria
ill. . .
out air attack rn Sicily and |>o • n
sibly surprise blow ;igain*t am--
•her of ih-- Axis Medit -rrarean , .. . , .
Island prilvibly will he ,h.' next in ,h" 24 honr
moves in the Alli *tl offensive A-
'•aipst southern E'iro:::', reliahl"
sources here said today.
The A'lies are not expected to
waste much time on th ■ rockv
outcropping of I^impedusa ilf
the Tunisian east i-fta*t Tiie *ur-
render of Pantelleria
th? northwest yesterday
fate of Lampedusa and the Italian
eatri'.on i ret expected to have
r" ,-fi heart tor proKmged resis-
Th- Northwest African and
middle-eavtern air forces a ex-
pected to hurl the fu'l weight ot
their might against Sicily with
It* important airdromes .'inrl har-
liors. Some of the bomlrers and
nerh proti'Ctlv,. fiTht' rs tie ih-
ably will ofierate from th"^ newly-
>n airfi -Id on pHutel'eria. only
'K) miles southwest nf Sicily.
• )ther air tragets lie in the
Dodecanese Islam) and Crete.
guarding th • approaches to Greece
•ind the Balkans.
Sicily is believed too large t.
succumb without landings, but
the lark of off--nsive spirit among ''"ve he^n
the Italian earrison of Pantelleria ^mb*
and. before that. m the "coffin1 Th- attack pressed home bv
corner" of Tunisia, indicate thit foreafiin that t-ot more tv^n
a full-scale sea. air and land a*- an hour to cross th- Kng'i-h s-ith
*ault would nit take too long n'cat^-oast ended a 12n(ght '"11
90 mile* t > | fort.p Wfts reported out in
caled the | ;tr -neth aeain todav n'ter a re-
cord 700-mi'e plane attack on the
German In a single nleht.
Stennlne un the renewed Al-
lied nre-lnvaclon atrial offen -v*
against Adolf Hitler's Ftironcan
fortresses, the British bombers u-i-
'-'dea -ceres of two and four-toti
super h*oek-bii* ers and thousands
of oth- r Hc-nolition. and fire
bombs on the vital ..iri'e'- -f t -«
hllKC Ph'** "1"t" ' lion t— s ' ---t
"works, whose output of arms u
comparable with the n-ir-> fam-
ous Krtjpp work* at Essen.
The raid w*a« th" W'H of the
w ar on j |>iii # ldorf. third Hm> t
inland mrt th C^nViany and i cttv
the sfec of Buffald, N. V. several
square mile* nt nii*eidorf — t
Imnortant fnd trlal areas "Ir-'idv
'aid waste by British
York. Argentina and BalMa hs ' w-ould invite unrest affertlng war
well a* England, so thev'v# he- n j >r")ductioi
Kiska Is Bombed
.'•rrxind over thr1 wortn i tPe a bit.
Thev have a If? "ear old boy Tolng
to school in Pennsylvania now.
Both of them were awfu'ly nice,
renllv worthwhile peonle and 1
enjoyed staying with them.
"They Jived in a "tfle that "bed
cottag" in the outskirts of a dl-
'ag." of about 200 pjsiple There
an- i lot of vi'lM^c- around tN---e.
each with its church and ceneral
-tor" and most of them have a
Httle err >k ruenln" throtr*h the
middle of town. That's a cn-at ao-
ol.' country and n'-a-"''- ww ho •-
*e has an orchard hehlnd It Cit-
tl" are e ->m numerous th-re than
•n anv other distrVt t1-" t*-en |*
have ouite a lot of Me iged
-teer* as well as their dairy toek.
*11 th- cattle 'ook 1'Ve the old red
t><>-h(,tn« a-"t ire really . pretty
-ten t vtv. «tock
lime in overcoming re-.ist.ince
Red Army R^eaks
Line In Attack
LONDON. Jun;> 12 'I lf The
Red Army it'acking nfter heavy
artillery preparation and mrier
the cover ol str >n^ air fore s, nen-
clated lb;- --ain firman defen-fe
'ine ai two (Kiints in the Orel sec-
tor. the Nazi new agency DNR
said today, but counter-attack*
later res'""" d the German 1in"s.
Tinier I" ^ar
WASHINGTON June «
American airmen in the Aleutions
stepped up their aerial assault on Grty «i| < iverton was captur-.-d to
Ki.«ka. hitting Jao in*ta'W.:on« day less than an h nir after Ii
them four times an Thursday, the robbed the State National Banl
navy announced today. . |of Denison.
'53Jdie<' ii rti'id
For Bank Robbery
SHERMON, June 12 'U.R- \
gunman identified hy Sheriffs
authorities as Pvt. Emmeti i
in the RAF bomber commnnTs
offensive, the long^*t interru ,ti- n
in its operations *inc - a r;-'d on
the Italian nava' ba*e of '.no/in
broke a similar lull Just hotrr*
lier*-- th • Americn land'ngs in
The resumed offensive fou..^ the
^ American and the RAF bo oilier
| command* strop<-->r than ever be-
fore and eroml*" of <o,i"ini;
into What Prime Minister Ch"t-h.
i'l ha« called an nx-prlment to de-
t.-riminn whether Germany can !>■>
knockd out of the war hy liomh-
Jap Bases Given
541 USE SWIMMING POOL
At the cln*-'
H'ad'nn the Army
attendin* the oncnlne ceremonies
will be Ma'or Oe . Rv-hfird Don-
ovan. commanding General u#
the Elehth Service Command
at Dallas. Official* of North
American AvInPon. Inc.. also of
M** a<r T"!fs Of
dn'egation Battle For Attn
Mr Electra Woit* Saturday re-
ceived a message from Aubrey
Moaely. of her family, who fought
on a battleship in the battle of
Attu. The mea*are said they came
through the batt'e without the
low at o riilp or a nan.
••nt at a'l tkf (toek evn-lng opera
t*on*. Pd 'IV- t« *ee some white
faced stock aesln
timer has been -dven tH swtm-, end l^^v The-e
"last week I actua'lv got
enou h sumh'oa |n England to
"uehtim. Mv nose Is nn '- nee'lne
'or the first time since I left Tex-
"Thev'v. taken ttpsWetlms off
of nsckaee- now so e^d ~e a few
of "ersheys or other tdmlter j mnwn of e'lisHHIN
eh-n-otate bars and d"t *t f"rsd, daw th* advanced cie-s for hews
Pltia, I auppoae you cm Mill was formed, which will special Ue
get thMB." • in III* saving work.
ALLIED HEADQ! r ARTERS.
AUSTRALIA. Jun;> 12 'U.B) Fif-
teen Liberators turned Koepang.
Timor, inta a mas. of Pam«'. ; . I
other Allied bomber* hammered
Ha bo, Dutch New New Gun -a.
.'ad Rahual. New Britain, yes-
terday in the heaviest ."^e. of
attack* on malar Japanese ba-.es
In weeks, a communique said I >•
. .. "r f,p< "™k\ Junior leaders are helntr train- f1a>r
ol the summer swimming prog- ed by Allen Hal' t,*, as *st the In-
ram ,h.' > M< A e-e, k of the structor*. Ffiur of these leader
record, Mtw, thaii 141 hoys and! are now **ning to assist these
,irl* from 7 to 14 veai* of ,.^e|in char-'e in the locker an-t -ho.v-
e completed their membership I esr rooms ind in the pool. These
fn | Junior ' -aders ire Gmdy E\-erep |
no Boli Ga'ia -r. **Ufn Cnmov an'1
'"arie Wa" r Other leaders will j
^ added rext week.
Fathers arc etseoora«" «t to tt<r WASHINGTON. June 12 •' i*'
• he pool any evening of the wck Agriculture de-
exceot Saturday betwe-n S-.10 and P*rtmen' "ppropriations Ml' went
1 o m. and to bring their sona In hftc,c lo th° House today with 125
•"■'th them '-r a swl-*-. Women an'' i ®meiulments attached by the Sen-
e'der ilrl • wlm periods are from, n'p- including one to continue the
Liftine weath-r in the island arr
north of Australia ^nah'ed the
raiders to trun out in force, h
aeolk-ations The e'asse* no*
ur"ress are rsnidl\ filling
to the extent that It hn. heco--e
n-vessarv tn form --dd'tio-st eta*.
*1 wi-h t coud hav- henn -re-. ,,. ' "
- — -h™
\<rri Bill I* 3uk
■Vlth 12S Rider*
eerorted for lnstn ctl"n and these
boy* and girls are raoid'v .>• -
*x r ln<r at home in the water.
•«1th many already learning to
loat a-d slide tn the swimmer*
and advanced elasse* everv swl
1 " II. •" on Mondiv
Tier's test and their time for. r"*v the n-ti on an<*
-wtmtnhnr pool length checked fhr ,T*",e dav evenlmn from 7:30 un
On Frl- til 0 n, m n W Waller la ess' -
♦ant swtmmina Instructor under
M "all in tht- tvgulai swimmine
farm security ldwhice-tlir-
The House-approynd Mil propo-
sed to con*c'id-to FSA with l'-e
farm credit admlnMratton. *ehe
Senate Mil. as approved yester-
day. cn*t*iH a total Increase in
appropriations of WtgS.iWl.047 ov-
'er the Hnu*' till
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Hall, C. M. Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 284, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 13, 1943, newspaper, June 13, 1943; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth131889/m1/1/: accessed November 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.