Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 58, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, January 21, 1949 Page: 4 of 6
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You Fast Action In Cold Weather or Hot!
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t won t
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Seriously—it's time to cheek
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in printing for 1947 .... and give
us your order now.
Printing papers are still critical
.... do please try to allow us as
much time as possible on your
Dcn'f got caught short in 1947
... placo your printing orders now.
itr OtuurlM. O. Reed
. A new poultry disease haa been
reported In Vena, and Indication!
are that oeveral poultry floekj in ;
•nuiNBf uomty mrae •exptnenc-
ed thU Mfwetstl* ttattml. Ttite dla-
eaae affects baby ehtek*,1nOB,* tur-
kaya, ducks, geeae, quail, Vtovwand
pigeons are known-earrlen of the
dlaeaae. Time la strong possibility
at migrator; birds, Such as ducks
and geese, spreading thta disease
or bringing It into the county.
This disease Is caused by -Virus.
In hens, the first symptom are a
wheezing and coughing with a rat-
tle. This stage of the dlaeaae Is
very similar to bronchitis. New-
castle dlaeaae will go on to upaet
the nervous and muacular System
to cause paralysis. Forms of para-
lysis will vary greatly With the In-
dividual bird. Some may show-para-
lysis of the legs and sit on the
hock joint With the toes spread
apart. There may be part or com-
pete lack of co-ordination between
the neck and leg muscles. This may
:ausc the bird to twist its head
o one side, or draw it backward
o rest under the wings, or down-
ward to rest on its breast.
Some l.irds may walk in circles
>r walk backwards. In laying flocks,
hens may quit laying suddenly and
:ntirely for 4 to C weeks. Many
lens seem to be unable to control
heir egg layinj muscles and lay
tjgs on the floors or roosts Instead
f going to the nests.
Birdj recovering from Newcastle
lisease will usually lay eggs of poor
.hell texture. In grown hens death
oss is usually about 5 to 10 hens
jut of a 100. In some cases the
leath loss has been from 1 to 60
jut of a 100. Usually the average
s about 5 to 10%.
There is no known cure or pre-
/entative at present for Newcastle
lisease except sanitation and tak-
ng the sick birds out of the flock
;o prevent spread of disease. Re-
search departments are working
m vaccines to prevent this disease.
Death loss in baby chicks age 2
to 10 weeks old has been very high
n other parts of the country. Some
authorities think that this New-
castle virus can be spread by the
Let me lave mrfellowman, .
Let me hold; him by the hand,
Let me love-him while I may;
Ere' his spirit goes away,'
Let me love: my fellowman.
... . •
'Thanks again and again to Bro.
McDanlel for the nice copy of the
book that I Was hunting, "Pearls
of Many Seas". And thanks to
everyone else who was trying to
help me And a copy.
Although I have just about de-
serted writing about politics I
thought the recommendations of
the American Legion to the 51st
Legislature were, on the whole,
pretty good, and were one of the
most unselfish lists of suggestions
that I have read in a long time.
When we see organized groups vet-
ting behind the things that are for
the good of all, it gives us new in-
couragement and faith in aur fu-
* * *
Biggest slip of the ton ,ue of
1949: Gov. Jesters Suggestion that
we might have a Citizen's Tax in-
stead of a Poll Tax. At least I hope
it was a slip of the tongue. I had
much rather pay to vote, ihan va
pay for being born into this world.
For goodness sake, anyway.
* • *
Pill me with love
To last the day,
Enough to keep
All hate away.
*K « ft member and thanks,
CMorge for the new* item .. .. „k
• !<. A'Al * .-I
I noticed in the papers that n
croaa-sectlon of the American Peo-
Pl* were fating lnrtted *to Wwh*
lnfffa for the Inaifjuril Ifiji; 1
asked Maitut, reckon we ought to
tif to go, provided we were IrivltW.
A/hong other' things. I gathered
from what she said, that T couldn't
wear my western style suit If we
should go. Anyway, I hope we don't
get an invite.
• * *
The other day I was accused of
not being able to remember very
far back because I had no recol-
lection of taking a biscuit, punch-
ing a hole in it with my finger
and pouring the hole full of mol-
lasses when I was a boy. I didn't
think that I had missed anything
with sop' an molasses but to my
best remembering, I believe that
I always broke the biscuit com-
pletely open and poured on the
sweet stuff instead of more or less
making a jug out of the bread. I
Were they stringing me along or |
was this ft more or less common j
practice? . . .
Q. Are the widower and children
-it a woman veteran entitled to
oension.at her death?
A. Under preent law, a widower
s not entitled, but surviving chil-
iren may be entitled to pension.
Q. May pension or compensation
payments, accuring to a veteran However,
Among other things, I decided
that smoking might be bad for my
heart, so I quit smoking. Now
am putting on weight and some of
my friends tell me that this may
be bad for my heart. Anyway, is
there no hope for the hopeless
One of my little friends, Miss Ed-
wina Laycock, helped me solve one
problem. If I kept putting on
weight, and kept putting my weight
where I could watch it, if worse
should come to worse, I could Jet
my whiskers grow out and get me
a job playing Santa Claude ... To
children, our troubles . . . Often
burst like bubbles.
Edwina's mother heard the fol
lowing quotations on the radio. The
first is exceptionly good, the latter
I don't seem to get or understand.
rather than be accused
"The faults of others •)lstiirb«rt
His own disturbed him not."—
& HOME FREEZERS
Come In Today!!
Farmers Grain & Implement Co.
I H C Parts & Machinery
Phone 37 Claude
ind unpaid at the time of his of being unfair I hereby include
leath, be awarded to the widow,
children or dependent parents?
A. Yes, in order named. If it is
lot paid to one of these persons,
t may be payable to the person
saying the expenses of the last
iickness and burial.
Q. My son was killed in action
luring World War II. Am I entitled
A. You are entitled to compen-
sation, provided dependency can
:c shown. Dependency will be
leld to exist if you do not have |
efficient income to provide rea
:onable maintanance for yourself
ind your family.
Q. While in the Army, I had a
Jependency allowance for my rnoth-
sr. I am now attending school un-
,er Public Law 346. Is it necessary
for me to re-establish dependency
af my mother?
A. Yes. For further details, con-
,act your local Veterans Adminis-
"Throw away your wishbone
straighten up your backbone, and
stick out your jawbone." Now Tor
the second, and will some kind
lady tell me what she thinks about
it: "Women are smarter than men.
and even if they know less, they
understand more". Oh me, oh me.
Received the following News
Splash from the George Young
News Service of KAMQ: AND;in
[ Wisbech, England—It .vas eighty
years ago that Frederick Frusher
had his first experience with tobac-
co. He took three puffs on his first
pipe, and never smoked again. Fru-
sher is now 100 years old. And he
swears: "It still makes me feel
sick to think of it" . . RU 1239AES
George adds the note: "There's
an old toy who joined your ANTI-
Coffin Nail Outfit early" . . . Any-
way, glad to have Brother Frau-
AND THEY GET PAID FOB IT
The grapevine anions the young-
er population of St. Louis hum-
med with unbelievable Rood news
about a dream job—eating ice
cream for pay! To try to win what
one buy called "the opportunity of
i lifetime,' sonic 'J00 children crowd-
ing the office of Ihe Rio Syrup
Co., when it opened. Lucky win-
ners of the test for "taste ability"
were four boys and four girls, age
G to 14. Applicants for the job who
failed to prove themselves as tast-
ers were given chocolate icecream
sundies, a glass of water and told
to go home. In case of emergency
the company was prepared—a bot-
tle of tastless castor oil was on
Some youngsters name the sea-
sons as baseball, football, basket-
ball and graduation.
l ean tell easy w
round-up time: I get a hankering
fer beans fer breakfast.
FOR FREE REMOVAL
OF DEAD STOCK CALL
FAST SANITARY SERVICE *
JUST MACRlED ?.. INCREASE
YOUR TRAINING OR EDUCATIONAL
SUBSIDENCE KY NOTIFYING YOUR
NEAREST VA OFFICE IMMEDIATELY
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
The very idea, this kind of
weather. But we have them.
Also Cookie Sheets, Bread
Pans and many items you
could use now...
Mitchell ■ Goodwin Lumber Co.
THEY WOULD READ YOUR AD
TOO, IF IT APPEARED HERE
Bring1 that radio trouble to W. B.
Carmichael Radio Repair Shop
in the Cagle Auto Supply.
Radiator Repair Shop...
For Cleaning & repairing we have four
men - with tools and parts to do your
work on Tractors and cars.
CAGLE AUTO SUPPLY
WHEEL LINING MACHINE
Phone 51 Claude
JLitl t M*"
THEIR DIMES JOIN
•' ! '
i ' ' i ^ •
HELP/ POLICE! THE
march op dimes place
« LOSTED AN' VOU
INSTEAD CP- BUYING
ICE CkLAM ID MAKE
ME HAPPY, THIS LlL
DtMfi IS GONNA FI6HT
IN PANTILE RARALVChi
AN' MAKE LOT5A
BOYS AN' GlPLS
A tlOOLE GESTURE
Si! ALL AID THIS
by FLk£(S-'NG THC
EQUIVALENT C~ MV
TO THE MARCH
MENOV- IT 6'VES ME SREAT PLEASURE
twy '"O PRESENT VOU WITH THIS A*APD FOR
MAVINj COLLECTED TEN TMOOSAND MES
I GET My
AT LAST MA<3filS AND I AGGEE
ON SOMETHING **THE UQQE Wc
GIVE TO THE W*RCH C~ QMES
, TM? SOONER IV® R5.-IT AGAINST
r~j 'NPANTILE PAPALyS'5 V/.LL OE
P'ND IT ricjwt
ESCORT VOU THERE Iff.
SO'NS TO JON \ "
THE MARC H OF J>/,
DIMES. TOO/ X
THE MOST OF ANY BOV
THE MARCH OP
I WANNA GIVE
Aa MV MONEV/
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Waggoner, William J. B. & Waggoner, Cecil O. Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 58, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, January 21, 1949, newspaper, January 21, 1949; Claude, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth354050/m1/4/: accessed September 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library.