The Mexia Weekly Herald (Mexia, Tex.), Vol. 66, No. , Ed. 1 Friday, September 1, 1944 Page: 3 of 6
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Nurse Elizabeth Hawkins holds one, f the tiny quads born to Mrs. Charles K. Lcc of Gainesville,
Ga., for the mother tj> see. Others are in oxygen fed incubator*. All are boys and arc doing fine. The
father is a soldier stationed at ('amp Blamling, Florida. (NICA Telephoto)
Fighter in Training
Coal Cars Derailed
WACO, Tex., Aug. (U.R)—Be-
tween 900 and 1,000 tons of coal
bound for Houston from Okla-
Coke Reports Heavy
Mail OK^s Convention
AUSTIN, Tex., Aug. 29. <U.PJl—
' Gov. Coke R. Stevenson today said
[ he had received a heavy volume of
1 mail in favor of action of the
State Democratic convention here
in May and that about 50 letters
frohi soldiers were nearly all ap-
plauding the convention's action.
J lie saiil most of the soldiers dis-
approved of negroes being allowed
! to vote in Democratic primaries.
| Today the governor said he rc-
I ccived some mail complaining a-
■ bout the May convention's action,
i This was the first batch he had
received of this sort, he said.
1 As to the re-election of George
I A. Butler as state D(eni|pcratic
i chairman, Stevenson said he had
• received but one letter endorsing
\ Butler and one against him.
i The governor did not believe
I there was a concerted movement |
'of letter-writing to him, but those
received were .spontaneous. They
came from all parts of the state,
he said, and sontc from soldiers
had APO return addresses.
I $300 Salary Hike
Due for Teachers
hoped the higher amounts could
be retained in budgets for thi; next
1'" " ^
Rears and All-Stars
Clash on Wednesday
AUSTIN', Tex., Aujf. :!0 (U.R) An
in the sal-
increase of $MU(> a yai
arii s of teachers in rural
"ch< o's was in :i* fit today, to-
'./ether with higher i'llowances f ir
ehiol ( p -ratinjr expenses and
j transportation of students.
| A legislative subcommittee lo-
j day finished dnnvirg . proposed
I nnii ndmcnt to tin.* pnsent
... ft- |RR
I CHICAGO, Auk. :'-0. <(U.R)~ The
feolleg'.; All Stais and the Chicfgo
It showered here Saturday night';Wl,:' ihrojgli their fjlkttl
News was that Johnnie Hall wa -
Saturday nioining j
at his home in Mexia, and w^
rushed to the hospital.
Mrs. Harry Lumpkin of Crocs-
beck visited here Sunday with her
! sj -t®f and brother-in-law, Mr. and
I back u:sd
today as odds shifted
forth on the outcome of
anneal fi otl/all classic
stiidiiii11, Kvynston, 111.,
ui.l seh'K.I h.w to provide the high-
' er | ay. (!<iv. ('o'ue II. Stevenson
! has agreed to introduee the amend-
ment a'i hi. cmerv;
when I hi- I -gi.-l; ti :'e
tuiry. The ile reasen
meets in Jan-
would nut be
Most of the farmer? are busy
picking cotton but won't lie long
ho mil were spilled late yesterday |for the cotton crop is short around
when a Katy freight train was de- j here.
railed, nine miles north of Waco, , Mrs. I.mi Gibson has returned
'overturning lfi coal cars, railroad home from Groesheck, where .she
| officials reported today. ibas been
The derailment ripped up it,000 | law, Mr
feet of track and pa sen gel' and
Mrs, Alice Daye of Chicago
displays a pair of her Unique
wrinkle-faced dolls, all done
with the aid of apples. Head,
hands and leet are carved from
the fruit, placed in drying alum
pack for a month for that
crow's-foot e'l'ect, and then are
varnished and painted.
Sgt. Richard P. Magec train's bull-terrier, JocV, for'guard duty
in trance. Arm wrapped in batting, Pfc. Thomas E. Kudzman
!S .. - * serves .'is "victim."
Special Weeks Named j
freight trains had to be routed
over the Missouri Pacific lines into
and out of Waco.
Cause of the derailment had not
i been determined.
China No Competitor
j DALLAS, Tex., Aug. 2tt (U.R) -
| The United States need not fear
'that the proposed industrialization
| of China will endanger American
industry in the postwar period, H.
T. Liu said today.
j Liu. a delegate to the r-cent In-
ternational Labor Conference, vis-
ited Dallas under the auspices of
the war chest.
"We propose to embark on a
! largi«-scale industrial reconstrue-
i lion -program after the war," he
1 saiil. "And we cannot fail to play
la stabilizing role in the Pacific."
I Liu, a member of a Chinese la-
1 bor union addressed members of
' i Dallas labor organizations.
AUSTIN, Tex., A.g. (U.R)—
Proclamations by Gov. Coko It.
Sc. veil son '.edav designated Sept.
Mliu 'uv ■ — — .
ViU on* ot Ihoae unlorlunalos who Has . •• Ti ib-ite I. > Poland Dliv" I'll.I
Datienllv tried all lyp« ol lru«e .only,!? ; '
tt'n I- he; Mining
Cutback Called Model
waiting on her sister-in-
Pete Hudnall, who un-
lerwent a major operation at the
Co\ Hospital. Mrs. lludnal! is im-
Rev. I!. K. Sliugart hrs returned
home after two weeks in a revival
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller
(if Providence visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. li. F. McCosiin, over ;
the week end.
Stock water is getting scarce I
in this community.
Mrs. .Tosh Oider visited in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hardi-
son one day last week.
We are sorry to lu-ar of the
illness of Rev. Comer's son. Rev. 1
i inner is our pastor here at the
Mrs. W, •!. Kasteii'ing and chil-,1
dren were 'hopping in Grot shock j,
Mrs. Otlis Smith "f Prairie i
Grove was in tlii;; eor.imui'ity Suo '
This community is makin'r plain'
for the home coming at the church |.
the third St inlay in October, j I
J Everyone is invited to comp. (
| Fairoaks school board of trus-*
I tees met Saturday night with
To see the roughest, toughest Rn-
i'co of them all, top bands and the
roughest .".tock from 111? range
country, do not pass up the Texa •
( hnmpirnship Ri.rieo at the Corsi-
i.-anii Livestock & Agricultural
Shinv, September I2-Hi, 1911.
effective until the la I half of Ihe
cin'ing school viar.
Undi r tin j..:«e-ri< 1 ni<- • t, nase pay
for teachers with degrees would
lie hiked frot> Sii0(i to 11,200 a
j year. . i"i from $7f>0 to $1000 for
• teachers without degrees.*
Transportation aid would he ad
| vai'c.'d 75 cent.-, per student a
month. Operating expenses in ac-
credited schools would be lipped
irniv! $1X0 p«r teacl-.cr to $2-10, and
from to S22ti in unaccredited
schools. Tuition for high school
stl dents, where need is proven,
I roni the
i thf i i'-'.ed by
j Education, ;
'ndepe nilen i
j Rural tear!
, money until
Sen. li. C. Mm
raises would tot
OCO.OOO and " 1 50
: Mrs. John Herring
Mrs. ('nilit- Kennedy is visiting
in Person ville and List Piaiii"
with relatives. She was ace m-
panied on the trip by her sister,
Mrs. Lola Easterling of Mexia.
News from Mrs. Kred Franklin
wh i ha- just airived in Long
Beach, Calif., states that they had
a nice trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Roark and
son, Stanley, were in Waco Friday.
Paul George of Houston was
here last week on business and
Mrs. Johnnie Hall of Mexia was
a visitor of her sister, Mrs. Dewifci
Collins, one afternoon last week.
John Herring is working at the
saw mill at Personville for a tew
The collegians, who will usvs
j head couch Lynn Waldorf's single
| winghack formation ; gainst the
j ..nd'essi mill elmmpions. will be
• 'id by ("apt Lick li.irweg';n, reg-
, :il:;r guard on Purdue's undefeated
; CM'J lot itrill t-'iim which shared
[the big tei. title with M;fhigar
The Liar broke training can,/
j.t i || .-i-vi'.l". Ind.. ye>-tP''day and
wi'! take th'-i. final workout to-
' day at Dvche rtui'ii':n, whin over
rt).no ) • rwctat.irr are expected to
:l>" eame. Tht Heaps, a
• c,f tli—!'< rnier gieatness,
bui!*. thiii offensive once
Si I L
'ie rig;it ami of F'ns.
i. . n, although this time
i!i'.'!'" i n't the ••■(■eat lire and sup-
P Hi,,, back field east to aid him.
for idx i-'.onths instead of
$1 supplemental per
I i'.ppoi i,i< nivent au-
the State lios.rd of
alurie.". of teachers in
clioels may be caned.
i"'s cannot get more
statutory i.eale is
ris, chairman of
il between Sl,-
1,000 a year. He
DETROIT, Auj. 30. (U.R) - A
resolution calling for deportation
j .,r steriliar.tion of Jews, in the
United States was received by the
America First Party convention1
today at a session where, delegai ■
cheered mention, of the Rev. I
Charles E. Conghiin and '.vh.ioped
endorsement of campaign plank:
suggested by G?rahi L. L. Smiui
"chur.r Chiang1 Is 111
, : lilXCTON, Aug. 2s (U.R)—
la- ''hiang Kai-Shek, wife of
•'iiii• e C.i :i. r.'-.r. - iaie, is seri-
'■ • >! -.siil < i,ie to the United
i i i a v. eek> for urgently
•I; I ii al t, eatment, her
1li< r-iii <'liinese Finance
i I ne,
M IV' e
1 Colt I
v in Rio I >■•
■ d the United'
iber, 1012. when
ubii- Medical Cen-
for treatment of
And Served Artfully They Make Delicious Dishes
ftOl•illu4lOB•a oecaus* you ar*,a°; «•'*
g propei support and comlom Art
patiently tried all YPet _
find little or no relief, sailing tor tho glib
■ail order ads. o the so-callea out 01 town
•xperts spending freely your
money onlv to sulie
■earch in re-
of tke world
for relie. only to
Hna a better serv-
ice exists in our Bf^sJ 11W
own community, _
Expor fitting ano sympathetic undor-
etanding ;ombined throuah many years o
experience are at your disposal. We jea
ture the iamous lino 01 Non-Skid Spo
Trusses, Abdomina Supporter#,
Hosiery* Shoulder Braces, otc.
Oct. I as
Kendrick & Horn
Mrs. John H ilton has left for
Stockton, ('ah, wher" she will
visit her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Robctts.
If yon want to xec fine Herofords,
Texas' largest Itrahmun
Texas' largest I'ig Show, Hybrid
Co n Kxliihils, rutstanding Home
Demon.'tration work, plan to al-
ien I Hi" Corsieiina Livestock &
Agricultural Shaw, September 12-
DALLAS, Tex., Aug. 20. (U.R)—
Suecc s of methods used in con-
tract cutbacks at North American
Aviation here have been so succcs-
ful that they may lie used as a
model for handling future recon-
version problems over the nation,
Collis Stocking, head of the War
Manpower Commission research
staff, said today.
He aid that quick action and co-
Shows, | opprati n between nianagement,
labor and war agencies were re-
sponsible for the success.
Stocking was here to investi-
gate the handling of the layoff of
.'l.l'S employes from Ninth Ameri-
were completed for
school Sept. 11. The
THE OLD JUDGE SAYS...
\ - r>
-• j \m> i i
ite v \
"Yes, I'm afraid there's no denyin' it, JikIrp
... jeeps and trucks and other kinds of motor-
ized equipment have taken the place of the
good old horse in modern warfare."
"It's true of lots of things in this war,
Eben. Every day we hear of new tactics and
requirements and new uses of products. For
instance, take the alcohol that is used for
war purposes. In World War 1, this vitally
needed product was med mostly in making
smokeless powder, chemical warlare materi-
als and medical supphc.3. Today it mu*t do
far more... it must provide the base for such
indispensable products as synthetic rubber,
shatterproof glass, lacquers, plastics and
many other of our requirements so essential
"As a result hundreds of millions of gal-
lons are required every year... half of which
is being produced by the beverage distillin?
industry. Bet you didn't know that, Eben."
"As a matter of fact, 1 didn't, Judge
That's a mighty important war Contribution
that had escaped m* completely."
Fairoaks ('onsolidated School con-
sists of Personville, Fairar, Oake-,
New Hope, and L"st Prairie.
Among those on the sick list
Beatrice McClarren spiel S.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I!. Moon
Houston and Mr. and Mrs. K. J.
Moore of this place were in Groes-
heck M"nday on busines-'.
Mr. and Mis. !•'. J. Moore are
making preparations to move to
Mr. and Mrs. Tom McClarren
anil family were Mexia visitors
Fri iay and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore and Wess
L-insford f Rio Grande Valley
were week end visitors with Mr.
and Mr-'. John Jones and other
Mrs. Rosa Hudnall and Mrs. Lou
Gibson are visiting relatives in
Groesheck at present.
John Jones was called to Kosse
ImsI S'jndav to see hi< mother, who
is ill at her home there.
Mrs. Fay McClarren spent the
week end at Mexia with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Smith and
family were Sunday visitors with
Mrs. Milla Sharp.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Williams, Miss i
Wessie Hello Williams, Mrs. John
M. Douglas and son, Lynn, visited
in Mexia Sunday in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. N. \V. Boedeker
and daughters, Lois Marcella and
Hetty Sue, of Stamford, spent tho
week end in Mexia with her par-
ents, Mr and Mrs. A. C. Dyson.
Bed Star i
WORM LIQUID jjiven in j
di'inkinjv wai'T fur , wormy 1
and Kcrtrts that caitsi- I.AME-I
NESS, PARALYSIS, WEAK-1
NESS, los ut' I'ot'd anil i-ggs j
in Chickens and Turkeys. |
P A R A S 1 T E for M i t * s,!
Blood-Suckers and lilue- Bugs, |
Fl^a.s and Mango on dogs, j
2 Or. i!5c; li O/. 6.3c ,
No Belter Mndc
This a,h er list ment pit n anted by Covjcnnci A tto ko tie fiitttal* Industries, /w
! PATRICK FEED STORE
I Groesbeck Mexia
Macaroni & Cheese
or Kem Pork
A Delicious All-
(JhecL Jhn&JL (pAtau.!
White Houia No. 2
(25 Pointil Can
Ocean Fresh 8-Oz.
(2 Red Points! Can
Deviled Ham 10C
\>OlTCC Fine Quality
Clicquot (bottle Deposit) 2 boh. 25^
Dutch Mill ' 2-lb.
American (6 Points) Pkg.
In Oil (1 Point) .
Potted Meat Armour Con
_ J Julia Leo Wright's
DrCACi Enriched Doted
Juice Gropefruit Juice
VOril Fane/ Quality (5 Pts.)
Fruit Jars °°
Fruit Jar Lids K.
Jar Rubbers *•«
)Oap Toilet Soap j
dOAP Toilet Soap
Potatoes s.°r-0 5
OAfn Colorado ft
II Goldon Bantam
POTATOES Colorado Hfds^j lbs. 23c
CELERY lb. 17c
(12 Points) Lb.
Pressed Ham Bon ,e"
Luncheon Meat sfed u>.
Liver Loaf D"ei0U5
Served Cold Lb.
Dry Salt Eacon u. 214
Dry Salt Jowls u>. 154
Loin Steal< Branded Veal
Pork Liver .„
Beef Hearts .
By the Piece
Sugar ,,urt'(iinv 5 lbs. 32c
Syrup white 5 lb, jar 38c
Shortening- Jewel n Lbs. $1.40
Pickles 'M:m 21c
No. 2 Can
5 Fotir.s Fw Can
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