Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1944 Page: 3 of 4

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LUCILLE SHOPPE
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linnfT i\ rcrwnau are at home after 5 week* visit' The Olrl Scouts visl
y M V I ;/1 i with their son, Baylls, at Los their Mends, Sept. 20t
In Amarillo
"We Are Friends—You Know."
• Miss Artelle Kerr spent the
week end with school friends at
Lubbock.
visited some cl
■t with their son, Baylls, at Los their friends, Sept. 20th, and sang
Angeles, California. Baylls Is in) songs for them. Those people wht
the ship building business at Los were visited were, Mrs. Ada App-
Angeles and they saw a ship < ling, Mr. Andrew Smalley, Mrs.
The bra*« in 1,000 radio tubes
would make a hundred Army Ord-
nance caliber .330 cartridges.
• For Sale—International Pick-up
good condition— R. C. Ballard.
Attention Customers & Friends
Whoever has borrowed our ex-
tension ladder please return it.
It is needed.
GAVINS LUMBER COMPANY
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REMOVAL NOTICE
J. M. HYDEN
DOCTOR OF OI'TOMETHY
Amarillo, Texas.
Plione 772.1
Announces the removal of his offices from 1 Ofl West 7th SI.
To Itooms 802-803 Oliver Eakle Building, Otli and Polk Sts.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
The Church of the Nazarene
invites you to attend services at
the Community Hume Sunday
Morning at 10 o'clock and Sunday
evening at 8 o'clock
Morning Topic—"Kewards of the
obedient life".
Evening Topic—"Above the Snake
Line"
Our special feature is our lino
Sunday 8chool 10-11 u m.—S.
David Beeman, Pastor.
Sixth War Loan drive is on.
BU* MOKE BONOS Jk STAMPS
TWO FAMILIES UNDER THE
SOCIAL SECURITY ACT
If a man who has been making
$150 ,a month at work covered by
the insurance provisions of the
social security law died leaving a
widow and two small children,
his widow will receive about $56
a month until the children are
18. Then when she is 05 she
will start receiving about $24 a
month survivor's insurance, which
will continue all her life.
Sixth War Loan drive is on.
Bl'Y MORE BONDS & STAMPS
BJi
Purrey Blankets have
more and better Nap Traps
Lady Pepperell Blankets
White, Blue, Winter Rose and
Green. Regular 72X84 Size, $5.95
25% Wool, 50% Rayon, 25% Cot-
ton. Wide 4 inch satin Binding.
Size 72X84-$6.45
Use our layaway plan, 25% down
90 days to pay balance.
STUBBLEFIELD'S
6th & Taylor, Amarillo
One thing about this political
campaign, you don't see an over-
loading of party buttons in Claude.
• FOR SALE—40 qts. of wild
plums at 25c a quart or will trade
them as part payment on a small
table electric radio—Qeorge Ooli:
christened while there. W. E. said
he caught fish out of the Atlantic
ocean while on this visit. He
brought home a new kind of a
fruit, Avacado is the name.
• Mrs. W. T. McLaren and sister
Mrs. Tommie Sumers, her son,
Harry Jr. came In Sunday from
Long Beach, California, where
Mrs. Mack has been four months
and Mrs. Sumer a year.
• Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Stlns-
man of Claude announce the arri-
val of a daughter, Oct. 4, at North-
west Texas Hospital, Amarillo.
• We have a complete stock of
truck, tractor and passenger car
batteries.—R. C. Ballard.
• For a perfect fuel this winter
use Texas Company Kerosene. It
is free of sulphur, obnoxious o-
dors and burns clean. We are
equiped to give you service any-
time of the year.—R. C. Ballard.
• Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Hathorn
of Wichita Falls were recent
• Paul Hood and Tom Bagwell', visitors in the home of the form-
are back from Colorado, wherever's mother, Mrs. E. M. Hathnrn
each got a big Buck Deer. They,and family. They were enroute
were gone 5 days at Delta from a visit with their children.
C. l'C. and Mrs. David E. Chap-
man and Staff Sgt and Mrs. Bob
P. Hathorn of California.
C. 1/C. David E. Chapman is
a Radio Operator at a Naval
Base in San Diego, Calif. Staff
Sgt. Bob P. Hathorn is on duty
at Oceanside, Calif. He is in the
Marines and has served 22 months
over in the Pacific, making raids
on the Japs.
• Electrician, Bill Wisdom, lst/C,
of California, left Thursday after
a 20-days furlough visiting with
his wife and son, Billy, at Claude.
• There will be a meeting of the
Armstrong County Federation at
the Courthouse, Saturday, October
14. at 3:00 The yearly election
of officers will be held at this
time.
• SHIRLEY ANN, is the name
of the new baby girl born to
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Oles. She made
her arrival Saturday at 5:10 A
M. In the Clarendon hospital, and
weighed 9 pounds.
• CIGARS:—Finest Quality, Hand
Made Delivered Via Parcel Past.
Only $4 a box of 50. Remittance
with order, ROYAL CIGAR CO.
Quincy. Fla. 7-p.
• Mr. and Mrs. John W. Moore
and family have moved into the
J. H. Hamlner residence, which
they recently bought. We hare
been informed that Sam Smith
and wife will move into the jail
• Largest Selection of toys In
Amarillo. We have just received
a new shipment of Pre-War qual-
ity Dolls, Buggies, Etc. Hardware,
Window Shades, Mirrors. THOM-
SEN'S HOME SUPPLY, 906-A
Polk Street, Amarillo, Texas.
FARM FOR SALE
At the W. S. Hawes farm about
seven miles South of Claude. For
price and terms write G. E. Hawes,
1400 Los Lomas Road, Albuquerque,
New Mexico.
• Use Texas Company Rust Proof
on your machinery this Fall. Your
machinery will be the same as
new next Spring. Vital parts of
your machinery will not rust with
Rust Proof —R. C. Ballard.
MOTHER'S CLUB MEETING
The Mother's Club will have u
meeting Monday, October 16, at
3:30, In the auditorium. We would
like for ill the Mothers to attend.
A good program Is planned.
A furnace on the site of an
Army Ordnance arsonal tucked
under the militant crag of Pica-
tinny Peak, N. J., turned out
solid Iron shot for Washington's
Continental Army.
MISS LANELL DOSHIER
Lubbock, Oct. 13 -Miss LaNell
Doshler of Claude has been elected
home economics representative for
the junior class at Texas Tech-
nological college. She has also
been pledged to Ko Shari social
club this fall. She is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Doshler.
• Texas Company Havollne Oil
is not only de-waxed oil." It is a
Wax Free Oil. This Is why Havo-
line Oil will flow several seconds
before other oils will flow at the
same temperature.—R. C. Ballard.
• Mrs. E. O. Worley and daughter,
Dorothy (Worley) Schertz and
baby. Stewart Lewis, left last week
for an extended visit to St. Louis
Mo., Roan Oak, 111., and other
points. They write that they made
the trip okay. They will be gone
several weeks.
CHICK EN S—TURKEYS
After Moulting give STAR SUL-
PHUR COMPOUND in drinking
water or feed. It will destroy, In
the germ period, Intestinal Worms
and Germs, that cause most all
disease and loss ill egg produc-
tion. Also rids them of Blood
Sucking Lice. Mites, Fleas, Blue
Bugs. Prevents most all disease,
Insuring greater health and egg
production through the fall and
winter. Costs very little to use
Money back If not thoroughly sa-
tisfied.—City Drug Co. 8-c
• Bring your truck, tractor and
passenger tire certificates to us.
We can usually supply you with
either Firestone, Kelly, Pisk, or
Gates tires.—R. C. Ballard.
In one attack on four air-
dromes in the Wewak area in
New Guinea, more than 225 Jap
planes were caught on the ground,
many of them wing to win,?;
120 were destroyed and a number
of others severely damaged ty
Army Ordnance parachute frag-
mentation bombs and caliber .50
machine gun slugs.
THE WOMAN'S DEVELOPMENT
CLUB
The Woman's Development Club
meets Thursday afternoon, October
19th at 2:30 in the home of Mrs.
J. K. Hunt. Mrs. E. P. Berry is
leader of the program on "Lets
Do It Better".
METHODIST WOMAN'S SOCIETY
OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE
The Methodist WSCS meets
Wednesday afternoon, October 18th
at 2:30 in the home of Mrs. Hugh
Doak. A very , fine program is
planned to be followed by the
social hour. All women of the
church are invited.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Members, in increasing numbers,
are showing their loyalty to the
church by their attendance at its
services. The pastor is making a
special effort to be helpful to
those who come to hear him
preach. On Sunday. October 15,
he will discuss "The Certainty of
Faith" Joyce Woodward will sing.
May we not all rally to the cause
of the Christ in this rally month.
Burton, Mrs. W. A. Carroll and
Mrs. B. H. Connor. The son(;£
sung were: "Hjmn of Scouting
"Beautiful Banner," "De Boatman,'
"The Keeper," "Coral Bells." which
was sung as a round, a negro
spiritual, "Oh Wont You Sit Down,
and She'll be Coming Around the
Mountain."
The Scouts precipitating In this
song service were: Eva Jeanne
Nickel, Venita Cook, Jo Ann
Campbell, Shirley Nelson, Dana
Woodburn, Ruth Smalley, Sharon
Nelson, Johonny Fay Annen, Lou
Jeanne Reck, Margaret Ann Moore
Joalene Wllmoth. Jean Lavcock
Yvonne Averyt, Betty Sue Camp-
bell, Bernlce Eisenhower and Joyce
Woodward. Mrs. Campbell and
Mis. Nelson were leaders.
After the song services the girls
hiked to town where they were
served refreshments at Worleys
Cafe.
We plan to visit some more
of our friends as soon as the
weather permits.
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NEW BOOKS FOR CLAUDE
LIBRARY
For the week of Oct 13 to Oct.
20. '
The Hour Before the Dawn, byjficient Government administration.
SPEECH OF HON. JOHN W.
GWYNNE
Mr Gwvnne. Mr Speaker, within
recent, years there has been created
in the Federal Government a mul-
titude of bureaus, special tribu-
nals, authorities, corporaitons, a-
gencies, and so fourth. Some were
set up by law and others by
Executive order. Many of these or-
ganizations exercise executive, le-
gislative, and judicial functions.
Through their rules, regulations,
directives, and orders they do
more legislating than the Con-
gress. They try many more cases
than all the Federal courts put
together. And yet in many re-
spects they operate in complete
disregard of those prniciples of
orderly procedure and due process
guaranteed by the Constitution.
To remedy this situation I have 7,
introduced a bill, H. R. 4314. j y
known as the Fair Government
Practices Act. Its objects are to
improve the relations between pri-
vate citizens and governmental
authorities, to facilitate the ad-
ministration of justice, to protect
civil rights, and to preserve the
form of government guaranteed
by the Constitution of the United
States of America.
It is a bill to designate and
make uniform those administrative
practices and procedures which are i J
generally recognized as fair and A
equitable to the citizen and es-
sential to orderly and efficient go-
vernment.
This bill therefore would:
First. Make available to thj
public complete information re-
garding Government rules and re-
gulations 'so that citizens affectcd
by them can be fully advised of
their rights and obligations under
the law.
Second. Protect the public a-
gainst "fishing expiditions" by
limiting the growing flood of in-
vestigations, reports, and question-
naires to the minimum require-
ment of law enforcement and ef-
PAUL HOOD'S j
QUALITY FOODS
Sweet Spuds, No. 1 Porto Rican, lb. 6*c
Cabbage, lb. 3c
Turnip & Tops, home grown, bunch 10c
Grapes, lb. _ - _ 10c
Tomato Soup, 3 cans, 25c \
Shortening R&W, 3 lb. cans - _ 65c
Washo, large box, 21c
Bisquick. large pkg. 19c
Flour, R&W 25 lb. $1.07
Jelly, Rex 5 lb. jar 49c
Candy, 1 lb. fruit balls — 29c
| Coffee, R&W 1 lb. glass jar. ... 27c
Cleanser 2 cans, R&W 9c
Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs. _ _ _ 15c
i Beef roast, lb. . 25c
| Pork Sausage, Home made lb. _ . 29c |
| Bologna, lb. - 19c i
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YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS
Make vour garments wear longer, and look better with Better
Bellshein Cleaning. It's easier on the fiber content of all cloth-
ing.
JOIN OCR MANY THOUSANDS OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS
IN AMARILLO AND TRADE TERRITORY'
HAVE YOUR ALTERATIONS DONE
BY EXPERT TAILORS
HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED
BY EXPERT HATTERS
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Highest Prices Paid for Your Old Hangers.
Have Your Hats Cleaned & Blocked.
W. Somerset Maugham.
The dramatic novel of a war-
hating Englishman who unwitting-
ly married a Nazi secret agent.
Murder at the Kentucky Derby
by Charles Parmer.
A story as fast moving as the
Derby itself, written by a recogniz-
ed authority on racing.
APPLES
Eden had it's fall when the
bounty of an apple tree proved
too tempting. As the fragrance of
fruit reaches we wonder how any
could resist the Mcintosh, Bald-
win, Winesap, Jonathan, the Deli-
clous and Greening. An apple tree
is an honorable growth with its
gnarled branches that bring its
fruit in season, its crooked boughs
that blossomed with such beauty
in spring. Its shade affords rest,
the cider for its ripeness pleases
the thirsty. Windfalls lie at its
feet and the leaves that robed it
through summer heat, blown down
to brown. The baskets of apples
that are put away for winter
evening's pleasure, stored for
sauce and pies or dumplings, are
the gilts from a tree that is
almost human in its understand-
ing of man's need.
A SHOWER
A miscellaneous shower for Mr.
and Mrs Robert E. Olson was
held at the Conway school house
Tuesday evening, Sept. 19. 1944.
Cohostesses were Mrs. A. B A-
dams, Mrs. J P. Calliham, Mrs,
G. R. Ingrum, and Mrs Leo R
Studer.
Mr. and Mrs. Olson were marri-
ed at Oak Ridge, Tenn. late ill
Aug. Mrs. Olson is the former
Mary Sue Walker, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Walker, Con-
way. The couple were in route
to the west coast where they will
establish their home. Mi. Olson,
a research chemist, is being trans-
ferred to that area.
Musical selections were given by
Mrs. A. G. Gripp, aunt of Mrs.
Olson, and Miss Donna Walker,
a niece.
Third. Prevent the invention by
Government agencies of new or
special penalties or restrictions not
expressly authorized by the Con-
gress.
Fourth. Prevent penalizing the
citizen for the faults of Govern-
ment whether arising from delays
in ruling on conduct requiring Go-
vernment approval or from sudd-
en changes in the applicable rules.
• Fifth. Restate the basic rules
covering the available and scope
of judicial review so that the ci-
tizen may readily determine the
nature and extent of his right
to his "day in court" to con-
test the arbitrary or unlawful acts
of administrative officials.
Sixth. Attempt to guarantee im-
partial, unbaised decisions by Go-
vernment agencies by requiring the
separation of functions of "prose-
cutor" and "judge."
Seventh. Undertake tq create a
better understanding between the
citizen and his government by
giving the citizen a better oppor-
tunity to have a voice in the
making of rules and regulations
which affect his welfare and live-
lihood.
Eighth. Protect the citizen a-
gainst any "star chamber" pro-
ceedings by restating the oft-for-
gotten prinoiple that a man is
innocent until proved guilty and
by requiring due notice and a
full opportunity to be heard and,
to meet any evidence against him
before any judgement or decision
can be rendered.
Ninth. Require that administra-1
tive decisions be reached on the j
basis of evidence—not surmise or
conjecture, and only after an un-
biased appraisal of all the evidence
and an impartial exercise ef
judgment and discretion
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Cold Preparations as directed
Be Quick To Treat
Bronchitis
Chronic bronchitis may develop if
your cough, chest cold, or acute bron-
chitis is not treated and you cannot
afford to take a chance with any medi-
cine less potent than Creomulsion
which goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel germ
laden phlegm and aid nature to
soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed
bronchial mucous membranes.
Creomulsion blends beechwood
creosote by special process with other
time tested medicines for coughs.
It contains no narcotics.
No matter how many medicines
you have tried, tell your druggist to
sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with
the understanding you must like the
way it quickly allays the cough, per-
mitting rest and sleep, or you are to
have your money back. (Adv.)
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Tenth. Permit more intelligent i jj ^gu so many women between
judicial review of administrative
action by clearly distinguishing
those Government practices which
are compatible with good govern-
ment and due process of law from
abuses which can only undermine
public confidence and jeopardise
our constitutional system
The guest list included: Mr. and i An American engineer figures
Mi's. Ed Laycock. Mr. and Mrs. it possible to straighten the fam-
A. P. Rutherford. Mrs. Emma;ous Tower at Pisa Wouldn't you
Hathorn. Miss John Ella Hathorn. kno\7 someone would want to take ^ rwi|>
'Mr. and Mrs. G. M Hathorn and | the Joy out of sight-seeing before, trying
Sixth War Loan diive is on. ' children from Claude. . we reached the vitw? j
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Taken regularly—Pinkham's Com-
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Thousands upon thousands of
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kick out of their old road maps
and remember those crips they
planned to tak« before war hit
gasoline.

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