The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, January 16, 1953 Page: 4 of 8
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HE CALDWELL NEW
Friday, January It, 1958
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iiaarcUML Nkitara ntt It Kk par
"S3 Ford Tractor
Ok Display At
The mv Golden Jubile* Model
FM Tractor described u the
■Ks# modern farm tractor ever
with hydraulic control* and
(kat^-point linkage 'or implements
wU.go on dupla>• Saturday, Jan-
MM S, 1968 at the Bryan Tractor
A frpfc—Hit Co. 1006-8 West
according to Ted A. Hop-
CHEER ALONG THE WAY
The mv tractor, marking the
ary of Ford Motor
r, not only is more power-
lei, bat larf-r and rtarier than
Model 8N which it
More than 500,000 Model
tractors have been aold nace
production started In 194?
over-all length of the new
tractor has been increased to 130
and its weight to 2.51C
It is powered by the ei -
tireiy new overhead valve Ford
Streamlined design gives it the
appearance of leaning ahead
ready to go to work. It has the
wff*— dawn gray and vermil
lkm red color scheme
A new design feature is the
full-view instrument cluster set
in a raised section of the hood for
the convenience of the operator.
Instruments include the exclusive
¡Proof-Meter, ammeter, tempt, a
tare gauge and oil pressure
The Live Action Hydraulic Sys
built into the Golden Jubilee
Model to provide mechanical mus
ties for a wide variety of work,
has been improved for greater
power and faster, more accurate
operation. Instead of the "cavita-
ting" system used in previous
Ford Tractors, the new Model in
troduces a solid system complete-
ly filled with oil at all timas,
which provides split-second re-
The hydraulic mechanism pro-
vides both Implement Position
Control and Constant Draft Con-
trol at the flick of the Selector
Lever, features of previous Ford
Tractors that have met with wide
by farmers. The faster
system allows quicker auto-
matic corrections for changes in
ceil conditions, for example in
plowing, and also provides quick
er, more positive control for other
hydraulitally controlled farm op
The hydraulic pump itself is
live pump driven
— Mr . J M;. Garrett
In January. 1953, we launch out
or. a N'e* Year. The way before
u.- is unknown and obscure.
To court our ble< tings is si-
ways worth while, but. perhat !-,
there is no bett'-r time than at tV
tw ginning of me N-.w Year. Fac-
ing the unknown and the unchar-
tered 'uture. it is good to takt
stock of our assets.
High on our list of blessings v
p;act the Bible, because it serví s
as "A Lamp unto c ur feet and a
Light unto our path." The Lamp
must be kept burning in our
hearts. It is the Light of the
Word that reveals unto us the
We have the joy of turning our
thoughts Heavenward in Prayer
Prayer gives us assurance that all
will be well as we meet tomorrow
and tomorrow. "But they that
wait upon the Lord shall renew
their strength; they shall mount
up with wings as eagle*; they
shall run, and not be weary; anl
they shall walk, and not faint."
The Brotherly Love that w.
have for all people of the earth
ra&nifesta and proves that God
dwells in us. "By this shall all
men know that ye are my diu-
ciples, if ye have love one to a-
nother." (John 13:35).
In 1958, we know we can go in-
to the House of the Lord and re-
ceive Pence and Understanding.
"There is no joy like that of a
l.ilgrim standing in the House of
God, there to worship Him."
was glad when they said unto
Urged To Better
Salary Raines Needed To
Attract 11,000 Additional
the engine, providing a constant
source of hydraulic power while
the engine is running without
necessitating the engagement of
the clutch, thus eliminating many
gear shifting operations. The new
pomp is simpler in design and can
be serviced without disturbing
The Golden Jubilee model hy-
draulic system lifting power has
been increased to approximately
1,900 pounds at the drawbar.
A notable advancement in the
hydraulic system is Hy-Trol,
which gives the operator a choice
of hydraulic operating speeds.
Ify-Trol is the key to greatly in-
creased efficiency in operating
many mounted tools and remote
cylinder controlled tools.
Another available feature is
Selec-Trol. A flick of the Selec-
Trol lever instantly directs the
fcydrnatic power to either a front
or rearmounted tool. This permits
operation of a front-mounteJ
Dearborn Standard Loader en i
rear-mounted tools by the same
handy Hydraulic Touch Control
Lover without the necessity of
buying an extra hydraulic pump.
A convenient outlet at the top
of tiie hydraulic lift cover per-
mits mounting of a remote control
valve for the operation of ei.her
singl or double acting remote
hydraulic cylinders to supply pow-
er to control combines, corn pick-
ers and other remote-control im-
Austin— The upcoming 63rd
Texas Legislature was urged to-
day to improve teacher salaries ir
order to attract 11,000 additional
teachers that will be needed in
Texas Public Schools the next
Inadequate salaries are the
main reasons schools cannot find
teachers for the classroomB being
. . built for increaaing enrollment*,
directly from uid Char]es H. Tennyson, secre-
tary-treasurer of the Texas State
Tennyson said Texans should be
shocked by the fact that the statu
may have fewer teachers in 1960
than in 1952 even though tie
scholastic population is expected
to increase 325,000 over its pres-
ent level by 1959-60.
More than 4,000 teachers Mt
the profession last year, while
population growth created the
need for an extra 1 000 teachers.
This meant a total of 5,000 new
teachers was needed. Only 4,000
college graduates were certified to
teach in Texas in 1952, and ap-
proximately half of those were
lured away from the profession,
primarily by higher salaries of-
fered by industry, Tennyson re-
He questioned whether tiie aver-
age 19&1-52 teacher salary of
£2,860 was adequate to hold men
and women in the important pro-
fession of educating Texas' boys
and girls. Income tax and retire-
ment deductions cut that average
to 82,279 in take-home pay, and
this had a purchasing power of
fl,150 dollars interms of the 1936-
39 dollar, Tennyson observed.
"Who will teach Texas children
in 1960 if the teaching profession
is able to attract only 2,000 quali-
fied college graduates each year
and continues to lose 6,000 teach-
ers annually?" Ter.nysan asked.
Hiis, he said, is a major ques-
tion to which the legislature
should give serious consideration.
mt-. Let us go into the House of
.he Lord." Ps. 122.1.
Our Sjoritual stock for 1963 is
ivahmtt-d through the continued
v-aurh care of God. In 1W53, wo
n serve Hi in with no interfe -
< nres and threats.
Let us use us our daily pray*-,
"C reate in me a clean heart, * •
God; and renew a right -pi is
within me." Ps. 61.100.
He W01 Strive
New Attorney General
Pledges Economy And
Integrity In Office
Austin, Jan. 1— Attorney Gen
eral-elect John Ben Shepperd
pledged Saturday that citixens of
Texas may expect "efficiency, ec
r.omy and integrity" from the At
torney General's office during his
Shepperd pointed out that he
would not have to "look around to
find something to do". In addi-
tion to the tidelands problem, the
office faces a full workload of
pending cases, many of which are
cf extreme importance to the
state. He mentioned the gas
gathering tax and schooltand
suits as being most critical at the
The Attorney General is the
legal representative of the peo-
ple of Texas in approximately
2,000 cases each year, legal ad-
visor of 200 state agencies, and
handles suits involving citizens
rights and millions of dollars in
state funds and property.
Shepperd announced that a plan
for reorganisation of the depart-
ment is now being studied along
the lines of his reorganisation of
the Secretary of State's office
which resulted in economy of
personnel and considerable sav«-
ings of operating funds while
He plans to cooperate with Go
Shivers and the Department of
Public Sa/ety in enforcing the
communist control law passed by
the last Legislature.
Shepperd, 36 year old former
Longview attorney, is former Sec-
retary of State and former Na-
tional President of the Junior
Chamber of Commerce. Before his
election as Attorney General, he
was a member of the law firm of
Kenley, Sharp, Shepperd and Rit
tei and a former president of th<
Gregg County Bar Association.
FOR SALE— Pair of good wor.
ing mules, for farm or oth v
use. See Henry Marek, Chriesmui,
?<.xaa, Route 1. (1-16-ltp)
NOTICE— No questions will b«
asked if the party, who without
permission moved the whirl* r
type phosphate distributor frot i
the J. Benton Clark farm of ne¡>
Chriesman, return it at once t
the Burleson County Co-Op Stor
Caldwell, Texas. (l-16-3tsc)
FOR Tent— Reasonable. " Bei-
i o with or without kitchen
privileges. S&e Mrs. Herman Bo<
acker, 306 No. Harvey. Phoi j
LEARN A HOBBY THAT IS AN
ART. New classes in WEAVING
t-ill begin Tues. afternoon Feb. ■>
and Thurs. evening Feb. 5, meet
ing every week. Looms furnished
For more information or to RE
SERVE A LOOM, mail a card
NOW to DORIS COULTER hand-
weaves. 203 N. Murinerlyn, Bryar.
FOR SALE— Slightly used water
softener in good condition. Con-
tact Hugh Scott, Caldwell, route
The new Ford Tractor can be
equipped with a Live Power Take-
off attachment which permits
PTO driven implements to be op- pistar. stroke. This means more
continuously whether the power and longer engine life,
is moving or standing' Pistons are the autothermic type,
This eliminates much goarlmade of an aluminum alloy and
as well as the necessity j cam ground. Dry cast alloy cylin-
from the tractor del sleeves are used.
"We are proud to introduce this
preat new powerful Golden Jubi
iee Model Ford Tractor in this
area," said Mr. Ted A. Hopkins.
' the entirely new engine, the ari-
'nnred hydraulic system and many-
other new feature* make it ideal
lor handling a vast majority of
the jobs found on the farms in
this area. And most important of
all. Ford's mass production tech
CMttittsa srake thfc
«■Mil at a
price that's right"
clogged corn pickers or
valve Ford Red
develops ample re-
Jobs wall within the
range of the
ps high torque
heavy loads and
42 Are Arrested
After Legal Hour
The Director of Law Erforce
ment for the Game and Fish Com
mission said the monthly arrest
teport included 42 cases for hunt
ing deer after hours.
The specific charges were hunt
ing deer at night <8lf) and head
lighting (7). Some of these ar
rests also involved allied com-
plaints such as possessing doe or
fawn deer and tresspassing.
An Austin man, in one such
eeixure, was fined 8200 for shoot
ing a doe and 8100 for hunting
deer at night plus court costs.
Two Odessa men got equally
stern treatment in court. One was
fined 8125 for possessing doe
meat and 850 for hunting at
night, all plus court costs.
It was 8400 and costs for
San Antonio man under similar
circumstances. The Court made it
8200 each on charges of head-
lighting and possessing doe meat.
Twenty-four Texans were fined
for shooting illegal deer. Eighteen
were charged with possessing doe
meat, four were charged for bag-
ging spike buck and two were
fined for killing fawn deer.
Hunting from automobiles wa*
another major source of prosecu-
tion. Twenty-four such cases were
recorded in the monthly report.
There were 39 cases for trespass-
ing, 61 cases for hunting without
a license, 14 for killing ducks
sfter legal hours, and nine for
shooting with an unplugged sho'.-
Fi «es and court costs for the
S79 caaes totaled 811.681.44, com-
pared to 812,876.76 for 498 cases
last month and 810,066.80 for 382
caaes for November 1961.
LOST OR STRAYED— Light
brown mare mule, smooth mouth
weighing about 900 pounds. Last
seen at lot in Caldwell one week
ago. Finder please notify Frank
Keller, Caldwell, Texas. (l-16-ltpl
RIGHT NOW, We are making
SPECIAL PRICES on Barbed
Wire, Hog, Garden, and Poultry
Wire, Staples, Snovels, Spades
and many other items. Let us
68 head of hogs weighing
16,250 pounds sold in Caldwell
this week, with top hogs weigh
ing from 190 to 260 lbs.; at 818.&"
per cwt; light hogs from 160 to
185 pounds; priced from $16.00 t«
ls.25 per hundred. Sows $16.5'
Our priced run 50c under Ft
Worth Packer Tops.
Market opens at 8:00 A. M ever>
Monday at the Caldwell Livestock
C. C. Parker & Sons
P. 0. Box 92
Pianos — Organs
Good Used Pianos
Gray Piano Co.
190P College Road
Phone 2-1151 — Bryan, Texn
Dr. Carlton R. Lee
S9SA E. 26 — Bryan, Texas
you on your farm
CHIROPRACTOR— Dr. Lofton
SAYS— You are judged by the
forces of your manner, by the ap-
plication of your energies. Ill
health is lost energy. Dr. A. V
LOFTON, Chiropractor, 302 West
Fox. Phone 114, Caldwell, Texas
FOR SALE— Two new houses
one block from, school hous-
Buyer can select inside colors.
Small down payment, balance like
rent. Woodson Lumber Company
FOR SALE— 50 acre farm with
new four room house and gar-
age; four miles east of Caldwell
on Farm to Market road 166. S«-e
Alfonse A. Provasek at Msnas
Son Market. (l-9-3t.-p>
FOR RENT— 4 room house, 30 i
North Thomas, Caldwell. See J. W.
Gray. (12-5- tic).
SPECIAL PRICES on first quiM
ty bathroom fixtures — com
modes — bathtubs — lavatories
— kitchen sinks — water heateis.
OUR PRICES WILL SAVE 10U
MONEY. WOODSON LUMBER
ATTORNEt • AT > LAW
Practices ia all anorta
I. P. A. OINTMENT
for impetigo, pimples, acne,
athlete's foot and ringworm
At your Drug Store.
OR. A. V. LOFTON
302 Weat Pox Si.
FOR SALE City lot. 120 by 180
feet. One block from high
school. Hairy H. Bowers, Phone
185 or 4. (10-81-tfc)
FOR SALE — Fifty lots in Simp
son Addition in Wast Caldwell
See W E. Simpson, Caldwell
FOR gUICK SALE-- Two h¿d-
room home of E. B. Hannath
on Temple Street. Inside just P.e
decorated, corner lot. Contact
Harry H. Bowers, Caldwell, Tex-
sr, Phone 185 or 4 (tfc)
REGISTERED cocker puppies.
Boarding, grooming, Feed, sup
plies. THE BAYARD KENNELS
on Highway 6, south of Colleg<
Station. (2 29 tfc.)
Notice To Contractor*
WANTED— Operator for Mav
nolia Service Station. R. E.
FOR SALE— 8 room house on
corner lot on paved street, with
adjoining lot included. Phone 289
oi see Mr. and Mrs. Robert
WOODWORKING AND UPHOLSTERING POWER
EQUIPMENT — FOR SALE
All in top condition, single and three phase motors.
SaVE 40'V to 60r> of new cost: Multiplex Radial Arm Saw.
Drill Press w^h Mortising attachment, Grinders. Sander
Belt, 12" Parks Planer. Crescent Jointer, Delta Table Saw,
Delta Sha per, 16-188 and 31-15 Singer Sewin ie Machines
with 5* x 12' Cutting and s< winjf tables, Shop Work Benches,
Traveling Tabie Saw with 5HP motor. Ali complete ready
Call or contact L. I). Williams, 2606 Highway f>. South,
Bryan, Texas, Phone 3-2174.
12, 15, 18, 24 MONTHS
Harry H. Bowers
Bowers Bldg. — Phone 185 — Caldwell
Dr. W. E. Boyd
Dr. J. R. Parker
Phone ¿06 — Cameron, Taxns
206 N. Central
Dr. F. Burnes Bevel
Sealed bids, in duplicate, wil
be rece:ved by the Caldwell Hfj.t
ing Authority of the City of
Caldwell until 2:00 P. M. Tues
day, January 27, 1953 and all bids
will be opened and publicly read
in the City Hall at 2.30 p. m.
or. that date for the following
work for the Caldwell Housing
Authortiy in the City of Caldwe'l,
CONSTRUCTION OF FORTY
LOW RENT HOUSING UNITS.
Plans, specifications and ncces
sary information may be obtained
ln>m the office of the Executive
Director of the Caldwell Housing
Authority of the City of Caldwell
at the City Hall, Caldwell, Texa*.
Bidder's Bond, Certified Cheek
oi Cashier's Check in an amount
e<jual to .05 per cent of the total
I id. must accompany each pro
The city of Caldwell Housing
Authority reserves the right to
reject any and all bids or to ac-
cept any bid deemed advantage-
ous to it.
Dated this 12th day of Decem-
B. F. Delamater, Jr.,
Caldwell Housing Authority
9:00 P. M.
WATER WELL T>rilling. Over
head irrigation systems, Berk-
ley Turbine pumps. W. Frank Love
Phone 886. P. O. Box 56, Caldwell.
47 Ford Tractor 16" tires on front
48 Ford Tractor orignal
49 Ford tractors reconditioned
50 Ford tractor with step-up
1— 49 AC — Row Crop equipment
1— FarmaJI "B" With Row crop Equip.
All the abara tractors are priced to aell. and can be
aeen at Bryan, Texaa, 1006 Weat 25th Street.
Ford Tractors A Dearborn Implements
Bryan Tractor & Implement Ce.
Tad A. Hopkins. Manager
100ft Weat 88th Strait
Interest on consumer's deposit at
the rate required by law has been
;k rued and set aside for pay-
Customers, who so desire, may
«■cure payment if such interest
upon presenting their deposit re-
ceipt at Rockdale office, or if this
is not convenient, by mailing their
receipt to the Company. Receipt
«ill be returned with remittanio
for the interest.
SPECIAL PRICES on hartad wire
hog fence — poultry and
rabbit fence (gardcr wire) — V-
mesh hog fence — poultry netting
—stsples and ali wire product *
OUR PRICES WILL SAVE YOU
MONEY. WOODSON LUMBER
COMPANY (4 11 tfc)
KENT'S and Sale Place your
for rent and sale property wMh
C. A. Bain. Your Service Agent.
FOR SALE— 1951 Ford tractor
with cultivator, bedder, planter,
disc harrow and disc plow f<>r
f1,600.00. See at (Jus Brinkman's
home in Deanville. (12-26-tfc)
NOTICE «1— Hero Is what you
have been looking for. Modern
home; 7 rooms *and bath, 2 lot:*
7f> x ISO, garage, ranch style
fence, range, waterheater, auto
mutic washing machine, automa-
tic wall furnace, all steel cabinets,
hardwood floors, all for 90,000;
location excellent. Can be (,|
financed. See C. A. Bain, Cald-
well, Texas. (1-16-tfc).
flalp Ceatrel Ply
Spraedlag of Dtaeaae ai
Year Livestock - CALL UK
far prompt, ceerteeea, remevsl
ef dead ar dlsaMad Hares*
Mslse, Cattle er ether stock.
CALL COLLECT. Phone 8 S.
Skrabanek & Vavrt
FOR SALE Plenty of shrubs,
fruit, shade trees, and roses.
Planting time is here. See Us.
Alma's Flower Shop, (I-IH-3tsc).
IIELP WANTED (lirl for gen-
ersl house work.. Live on place.
Prefer Polish or Mexican. Kooin
with private hath. Board $75
month. Write Box 712, Brayn, Tex
NOTICE The Will Newcomb
pasture is posted ngainsi hog-
roaming and any other livestocl.
Wayne Davis. (liMtse).
■XPERT OPTICAL, JEWKLRY A WATCH REPAIR
CALDWELL'S JEWELRY 8TORE
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