Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 207, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 19, 1938 Page: 2 of 6
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THE BORGBR (TEXAS) DAILY HERALD
TTTR8PAY. JULY 19, 1*88
THE BORGER DAILY HERALD
Published ut Nortli Mm Struct, Horger, TftXflHt Kvory EH'DIok
ICxcept Saturday. ami on Sunday Morning by
PANHAKDUS PURL48HINCJ. lur.
J. C PHILLIPS
WILLIAM A. Sn.HCHJ.VI H
—— — Kdltor
By C arriar in
TtaiW Mi nth* —
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A POLITICAL MOVE? HARDLY
"And now comes the St. Louis Post Dispatch, the most
fearless newspaper in the mid-west, and the Chicago Daily
News, controlled by Col. Knox, Republican vice-presiden-
tial nominee in 1936, condemning President Roosevelt for
naming Jimmy Allred as Federal judge in the South Texas
These two papers claim thai it was a political move
on thfe part of Mr. Roosevelt to keep Jimmy from running
against Sen. Connally. They also hit the President for
appointing Allred because he is not a resident of the south-
ern-district, and criticise him for giving the commission
froft}!the rear platform of the train.
•If we remember correctly Sen. Connally (and also Sen.
Shel>t>ard) had recommended someone else instead of Mr.
Allred for the Federal Judgeship of this district. Why
theii would Mr. Connally favor someone else when he could
use;'his influence with the President to appoint Allred'.'
It juat doesn't add up for these papers to come out with
"No, Jimmy is not a resident of South Texas. But we
are.uinder the impression that Federal judges are appointed
for;their ability, and not their residential qualifications.
• ¡Evidently these newspapers overlooked the fact that
Wifcjlita Falls is the home town of Jimmy Allred. What
wo^d be more appropriate than to present the governor of
the-slate a Federal judgeship before his own people? Cer-
tainly Mr. Roosevelt presented the commission from the
rea platform of the train inasmuch as he was not schedul-
ed ta make a major address at Wichita Falls. Of course,
he Cpuid have waited until he got to Amarillo, but evidently
he wonted it to be a treat for the home folks.
•JMr. Roosevelt says he gave Jimmy the commission as
a reward for his sound and fearless administration while
aerviiig the people oí Texas. We are inclined to believe
lr. Roosevelt was sincere when he made this state-
iBofch the Post-Dispatch and the Chicago Daily News
appear to have gotten off on the wrong track inasmuch as
neither of the cases are presented on facts tfcat have any
foundation. Perhaps both of these papers would do well
to ferret out some of the political undergoings in their own
statéi where they understand the facts more clearly.
WE'RE STILL ON DIZZY
• •Die Di«zy Dean is giving the boys something to talk
abcitit again. In his first appearance on the mound in more
than; two months, Diz pitched the Cubs to a 8-1 victory
ovewlthe Boston Bees, allowing but four hits.
"Now that's tops in anyone's book as far as baseball's
coiwerned. And yet some of the boys (and newspapers
as Wfcll) are still talking about the stinging the Cubs got
whei} they bought Diz for $185,000 and two players. Up
to date, the bragging star has been worth this amount in
the1, publicity alone which the Cubs have gotten.
And, also, for those who think the price on Dean's
h«4í¡, comes too high, let us remind you that over 35,000
cash customers saw Diz foggin' 'em again last Sunday.
WitHout him. the gate receipts would have fallen far below
il/ast year the. Herald editor reviewed Dean's pitching
rectuyl and it was an outstanding one—one which any club
or Ml ,v bod y could well be proud of. This year the Dizzy
oné has had considerable trouble with his "gold-plated"
arm and has not seen much action. However, he did right
well in the beginning of the season with the Cards and set
far Iras chalked up his No. 4 victory with the Cubs.
- Yes sir. Dizzy staged his comeback in a grand manner.
He!proved to his followers that he is still a great baseball
pit«h«r. Say what you want, we'll string along with him
as long as he can hurl the old horsehide like he did last
"Wí can't even play a game of croquet without being
President Roosevelt* ui'uilnls-
uation I mukiiitt heroic ufforts
to put t hp ftirm and ranch buck
on the road to prosperity.
I fttvor Texas doing everything
tu Inntire I Ills periunnent pro*.
I'crlt} In tile future.
When the farm und ranch pros-
per. everybody prospers
I favor the cM.uhlii hiuent of
u laboratory to develop new uses
for cotton ami will work to nee
that thl* laboratory In located In
I ant opposed lo any treaty that
would permit livestock and Its
products to bo Imported from the
Argentine or any other foreign
country to compete with Texas
meat product .
I am delighted to see the farm-
ers of our country orKnnixinir ■>"
the.v never i5Id before.
1 favor paeon raxing rural elec-
trification in every way possible,
so that the rural home may have
the comforts and conveniences of
the city at low cost
I favor the policy or Increas-
ing the efficiency of our rural
schools by providing an adequate
equalization fund through rural
1,5 Last royal
ruler of Russia
12 Watered silk
13 English coin.
16 To dismay
18 To make a
19 Destitute of
22 Marked with
30 Heathen sod.
31 To wrench.
38 French pri-
39 To annoy
42 To sue.
43 To harden.
45 Type standard
Answer to Previous Pusale
50 Human trunk.
57 His govern-
ment was be-
hind the .
58 He was a
2 Sound of a
4 To rent again.
5 Stem joint.
7 To hurl.
8 Rounded con-
12 His court life
15 He was killed
In the Bolch -
21 Work of skill.
27 Dove's cry.
28 Genua of
29 Cabbage plan*
32 Wagon track.
33 To stitch.
51 To wander
Sunday and visited
and grandfather, It.
and Mrs. recti Tune
for Good well. Qkla.,
Tunc will teach for
week in the entytmp.
plan to return home
The per capita school appor.'
tlonnient should be continued at
its preseut level of $22.00 and
Increased If possible.
No school systuin can rise above
the average ability of It* Ieach-
it*. ■ • ■ • • • ..
Mr. and Mrs. Ot'ln Thompson
and children of the North Plains
made a business trip to Stinnett
Sunday and visited relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Britain
and daughter of Prlngle motored
Cloys Tunc and Maurice dar-
ner of Lnjnasa arrived In Stin-
nett Sunday and are visiting
Cloy's brother and family, the
Rev. and Mis. cecll Tun . The
Tune sisters who have been vlsiu
i Inn here fot the past two weeks
will return home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groves
juttd children of Prlngle were in
Stinnett vIsltinR friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groves
;ii)d children of Pringle were In
—• Stinnett visiting friends.
I Mr. und Mrs. Ben Foster and
] small daughter accompanied by
I Mrs. Foster's mother, Mrs. Carson
Wontble. motored to I he North
Plains Sunday and visited their
brother and son and family. Mr.
und Mrs. Allen Wombie.
Mr. and Mrs Jlmmie Claylirook
and daughter of Prlngle were
Sunday visitors in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Karly.
Mrs. Grady Albright and son
Larry of White Flats, Texas are
visiting In the homo of Mr. and
Mrs J. O Wllkens. Mrs. Wilkens
is a sister of Grady Albright, who
Is a former pastor of the Metho-
dist church here.
Mr and Mrs. Jack Oats and
family were called to Eastland
over ilia week-end because of the
deuth of an uncle. Tom Harris of
Eastland who has been spending
the summer in Stinnett accomp-
anied them. The uncle was the
father of Tom Harris.
Mrs. ('. II. Patton of Dallas Is
visiting In the T. II. Williams'
Miss Maflolyn Miller who spent
tln> past two weeks In Missouri
and Pennsylvania visiting nela-
lives returned home Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Moody Woinbie
' and children of Morse were in
Biinneit Saturday en route to
Gainesville where they plan to
visit relative* and to tour Hie
coastal states on a two week's
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bryan are
entertaining their duiighter-ln-
law. Mrs. Millón liryati or Odessa
who arrived here the oarly pari
of tho week. Mrs. Bryan will be
remembered as Miss LeNetlc
Cook. She plans lo visit in Willie
Deer before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. O'Roy Stevenson
of Austin visited their parents.
Mrs. Mel lie Stevenson of the
North Plains and Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Wombie and family of Monde
over the week-end. Miss Ruth
Wombie, a sister of Mrs Steven-
son, accompanied Mr. und Mrs.
O'Roy Stevenson to Austin for a
visit Mrs. Stevenson will be re*,
memhnml as Miss Katheryn Ann
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Denney and
children made a shopping trip to
Mrs. Jake Karly moiored to
Borger Saturday arid transacted
Mrs. Fannie Bryan was called
to New Mexico because of the ser.
lous Illness of her brother.
Maurice Wilkens and a cou-
sin, Clifford Jerodd of Borger.
and Louise Ford made a Saturday
business trip to Spearman.
Mrs. Ella Dial of Bartlesvllle,
Ok la., is visiting her son and fam-
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stephen
and sou James and Miss Loree
Jackson were shopping In Borger
51 r. and Mrs. Boll Stewart and
funilly have us their guests this
week Mr. und Mrs. Homer Rulten
and son of Sacramento, Calif.. Mr.
and Mrs. Troy Halien of Norman,
Oklu.. Klza and Miss Ruth Bullen
of Krlck, Oklu.
Misses Monu and Georgia Burl-
eson had as iheli Sunday dinner
guests Misses Winnell and Ada
Roso Jackson and Joyce Jones of
Herbert Cook of Gainesville.
Texas Is employed on the H. H.
Stephen farm doing some tractor
work. Cook plans to spend the
Grandpa Jacksou was a Sunday
morning guest of his son and
daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs
Dan Jackson and family
Mr. and Mrs, Ilap Glover of
Borger were transacting business
in the Holt community recently
and vlslllng friends.
Mrs. M. C Scott and family
were shopping in Uorger Monday
Miss Jerry Jo Slnphon had as
her Monday dinner guest Miss
Ola Jean Rosson.
D. H. Kirk was a County Seat
transactor Monday morning
Mrs. Willis Lackey and dauich-
Ipr Kyble Louise were shopping
in Borger Tuesday morning. They
also visited friends In Stinnett en
Miss Virginia Stewart returned
home Tuesday after having spent
I ho past several days In Krlck,
Ok la., visiting relatives and
Mr. and Mrs Dan Burleson and
children were in Pampa recently
visiting Ills parents. Mr. and Mrs.
A. N. Burleson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II Campbell
and sons were recent guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Hap Glover in Bor-
i CHICAGO, July 1# - 0P> —
Helped by upturns of securities.
! Chicago wheat prices averaged
I fractionally higher today, and at
1 times showed 11 cents gain.
At the close. Chicago wheat fu-
turns were i-t higher cogí pared
with yesterday's flulab, Sept. 70
|,*. Dec. 72 1-1, oats K-J decline,
S apt. 5# i-l, Dec. 8K|, and
oats | off to 1 up.
Ily. Mr. and Mrs. W K Dial.
Ed Belbedorf who was Injured
from a fallliiK car a week ago
while working in his garage Is
able to be up and about again
Mrs. IT. A. Vincent accompanied
Mrs. Tom Groves to Amurillo Sat-
urday where they visited friends.
Mrs Earnest Groves and chil-
dren of Gray. Okla.. are spending
this week In Stinnett vIbíHiik rel-
Lee Ballard who has been vis.
King in Electra ha re Hurtled
¡ Al Ghent A Dye
Am liad & «t • -*
i Am 8M A It
Am T* T
Am Wt Wks
Atch T & 8P —-
; Comí Holvents
' Com With & South
Consol Oil —
I Com Oil Del
' H U pp M t r
1 nt T K- T
Mid Com Pet
Nat Dairy Pr
N V < "«>11 It It
Penney J C
i Pen n It It
1 Phillips Pet
i Plymouth Oil
Hudlo Corp of Am
Hadio Ki'lth Or
| Stand Hrands
: Stand Oil Cal
Stand oil lnd
j Stand Oil N J
; Studcbuker Corp
Tide Wat A Oil
j United Carbon
U S Rubber
• V S Steel
! West I n Tel
— 3,3 8
: Ark Nat Gas
! Kl Bdnd & SH
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! Nlag Hud
By making prompt provision for
teachers retirement fund, our
teachers will increase their de-
votion to their careers, knowing
that In the end that, by their own
contributions and the state
meeting those contributions, there
will be a let! rem en t fund for
them upon which to live when the
time conns to leave the class
I favor liberal appropriations
for stall «-«¡leges and all oilier'
educational Institutions, Includ-
ing the uKi'iculturat and mechan,
leal collcgc und the University
so that every hoy aud every
girl may hflVe an opportunity to
have an education, and, under
our Democratic government of
our state, have an equal oppor-
tunity to start from acratch and
curve out their owu success In
t am opposed to the open * |o«n
and the nuIc of liquor by the
1 favor organised labor and
am in accord with ifs efforts to
Improve the wage and living con-
dition of our workers,
I shall at nil times co-operate
with tabor In its reasonable de-
VOIR VOTE All imiEiei «ILL IE JtPPRECIftTEl
Too many of our workers are
Employment must be found for
What people want Is a gooi'
Job at fair wages. Wages that
will provide a means to raise
a family In comfort and enjoy
soma of the luxuries of life and
pro Vid ■; for old age aud an educa.
I ion for th * children of the fain-
"LETO'S" FOR THE GUMS
Gums that itch or burn can be-
come mighty trying. Druggists
will return your tn«mey If the first
bottle of "LETO'B" falls to satis-
CI LI,EN DRI G
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