The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1935 Page: 3 of 8
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THURSDAY. APRIL 4, 1936
THE ALBANY NEWS, ALBANY, TEXAS
1934 -^JeactuujVaiue GGO
ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY
Py Julian ('aper , Jr.
Austin. Tin- raiding rnnger-
and (iov. .Imimi' Allv-«1" poli<-\ of
' 'i ng thrill to elo-e open -;iloon-
| anil rambling hou-i in tin state'-
prim pa tii - ha- temporarily di
Ivirtiil public attention from tin*
legi-l«ture. The first reaction
from the law cities wa< rather
scye.v cl it if i 111 of the governor.
Hut thi i conilary reaction has
provi-il again that Jinimii AUr
i perhap- the ki em -t judge of
what i- going on in tin mind- of
the majority of people of Texas
who at in thi governor' chair in
many years. It al-o proved the
governor makes few political mi
The governor ha- talked rather
frei ly about his action He ha.s
pointed out that law enforcement
wa one of thi principal plank- in
his platform, and hi friend- ay
he warned thi aloonkeepe rs and
gamh ing hou i - operators from
••very platform in Texas la-t sum-
1 IN WEEK-END SPECIAL
John W.Prown, M. I)., C.
State Hi alth Officer.
Joan Crawford, featured with
Clark liable and Kobt. Montgom-
ery in "Forsaking All Others."
Preview 11:30 Saturday night
Sundav and Monday.
that the proprietor of om
smashi d night clubs
1'exa- city -■ nt a
n a south
heck tor $25,
Traffic accidents were more
numerous and more severe in
1084 than any previous year.
Kight wor>t dri\ing mistaki - re-
spon-ible for last year - tragic
record are li-ted by the National
Pureau of Casualty and Surety
Underwriter; as follow.-:
(1) Driving too fa.-t for condi-
tions, a cause named -pi i ifically
in 22 per cent of all accident- re
suiting in fatalities charged to
drivers alone, and a di tinct and
sometimes controlling factor in],
accidents attributed to many other
causes. (2) Driving on the wrong j
side of the road. (3) Violating j
right-of-way rules. (4) Cutting!
in. (5) Passing on curve or hill,
(til Failing to ignal or signal-
ling improperly. (7) Driving off
roadway. < H) Reckless driving.
Pedestrians made fatal errors
too Four of the wor-t were
(1) Crossing between inter-
action-, a mistake that accounted
for more than 25 per cent of all
pedestrian fatalities. (2) Cross-
ing against the signal light at in-
tersections. (3) Playing in the
street, an error made chiefly by
children, resulting in lti per cent
of all pedestrian deaths. (-1)
I Coming from behind parked car.-. | mi r that he intended to i nforci
Motorists and pedt trian ' Av
I oid these errors in 1035' and you
will be doing your part to reduce
the traffic toll.
NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP
The partner-hip heretofoi
! ist i ng bet w i i n J a in • \\
Canit y, of Tarrant County, Texas,
! S. I!. Robert- of Shackelford
County, Texas, and I.. II. Choate
\ of Tarrant County, Ti xas, ha-
il dissolved by the -aid I. H.
Choate purchasing from the other
two persons all interests owned
by them in all partnership proper-
ty and the said L. H. Choate has
assumed the payment of all debts
and obligations of -aid partnership | ""j'
and is entitled to receive all pay
Actually, the governor has no
idea or intention of trying to en
fori i the law - with the handful of
rang) i - at tin disposal of Adjt.
(ii n. i art \i hitt Hut all■ ady,
In i iff and district attorney- have
been falling all over themselves to
as.-ure the governor it isn't nec-
es.-ary to .-end rangers to their
coinmunitii s, and begging for a
chance to enforce the law in their
own counties and districts. All
the governor evei intended to do
i was "turn the heat" on these dere-
lict local officials. The pectacu-
lar raids in (ialveston, San An-
tonio, Fort Worth and Houston
j and el-i where have ent the crim-
inals who have defied thi law op-
currying for cover. The
000 as a contribution to Allred's
campaign fund during the cam-
paign la-t -ummer. The check, so
the story goi ■-, was promptly re-
turned from tlie Mired headquart-
ei -. The club operator, loudly
bewailing hi- smashed night club,
- -aid to have cur ed A Urol loud-
ly for his "ingratitude." The ease
with which certain local enforce-
ment official- have been persuad-
ed to ignore open saloons and
gambling houses makes it difficult
for th .r operator- to understand
1 a governor who makes campaign
j pledges and then goe- right out
i and fulfills them.
mi nts due said partnership.
Dated March 2Sth, 1935.
S B. Roberts
James W. McCamey
1 . H. Choate.
The Lord is oroancasting a lot
of messages from Heaven, but we
must be tuned in. Go to church
The are strange times, but
occasionally a peep into the pages
of hi-tory reveals a perfect an-w
to some of the troublesome ques-
tions that present-day officials
think are entirely new. To the
question of whether Texas should
surrender control of her oil indus-
try to Washington bureaucrats,
James Stephi n Hogg, one of Tex-
as' greatest chief executiv)
gave a perfect answer. It was
contained in a veto message, when
he killed a bill the legislature
passed authorizing the state prison
system to accept a bounty from
the federal government for raising
sugar on pri-on lands. He said:
Then is h good story going the ' In the management of her af-
round- in Aii'tin which may orl':,'rsi "he (Texas) is sovereign,
may not bi entirely true, but it is' supreme, -ubject only to the con-
given widi credence. It is -aid ' tro' o1' the people within her do-
I minion. To accept thi- bounty for
| sugar, In would surrendi r the
■ ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■( iper\ on and inspection of one
| of her most important industries
A WARNING GIVEN AGAINST
HITCH HIKING TYPHOID
\u-tin, Texas, April 3. A
warning igainst the hitch-hiking ;
germ of typhoid fever has just |
In i n i-sued by Dr. John W. j
Prown, State Health Officer. They
j must catch a ride from an infect-
I ed person to the well person; this
| i generally accomplished by wa-
I ter, milk, flies, fingers, or food.
Every case is contracted by way
of the mouth and digestive system.
A carrier is a person who lias-
had typhoid fever at some time
and who even after recovery car-
lie- the germs of the disease in
the urine and discharge of the
bowels. Carriers who are careless
in their personal habits are likely
to infect any food they handle
with unwashed hands. Some of
the most serious and far-reaching
outbreaks of the disease have been
caused by drinking milk or eating
food'- that have been handled by
carrier.-. Persons may he carriers
without knowing it.
Typhoid fi ver is unnecessary
and preventable. Every case is
due either to community negli-
gence or to the ignorance or care-
les-ne-s of some individual. Per-
son.- planning a vacation or trip
where sanitation may not be rigid-
ly enforced should protect them-
] selves against this disease by b
ing vaccinated. Three inoculations
- | with typhoid vaccine, a week j This ticket entitles Jesse Pate to admission to the Aztec Theatre fOT
apart, an all that is necessary to any -how between April 8-13.
secure protection against this dis-!
The purity of
Grip Stops Cars
in the CENTER where they can
dlil In and "bite" the rond.
That's why other tires skid 14%
to farther when braked.
1. Against road hazards
2. Against defects for life
A. Our own guarantee and all
year local service
NO EXTRA COST
1. 43% More Mtlw of REAL
2. Quicker Stopping Grip—
"Goodyear Margin of
Blowout Protection In not
one but AI.I. Plies
RUSS-WEBB MOTOR CO, lie.
Phone 444—We Come on the Run
rangers were criticized by some
well-meaning citizens for -mashing
the expensivi furnishing- of the
gambling house-. Put the gover-
nor, ir, his radio talk, ijuickly
pointed out they were directed by
the law- to do just that.
ea-e for two years.
water, milk or food cannot be
judged by looking at it so the best
once | thing to do is to play safe and
havi your physician protect you.
KC Baking Powder Will Be Used
MRS. MARTHA McDONALD
Albany News Cooking School
The lecturer uses the double-tested—double-action KC
baking powder to demonstrate how you can produce delicious
bakings of fine texture and large volume. Well-known domestic
science lecturers and millions of housewives know from experi-
ence there is real satisfaction and economy in using
j from tin federal government for
noil she would open tin way for
"va on and final de.-truction
ot in 1 independent autonomy. For
a nie-- ul pottage, i-asoned with
the sacrifice of principle, she
IWould surrender her birthright"
Mi night havi been talking to the
ii • >- w ho want to accept fed- ral
control and "aid" for a Texas oil
' ndustry tuat i- returning more
j than .sr..000,000 in stati taxes
I alone to Texas.
0:57 a. m.—Opening exercises
for all group? of church school—
K. G. Lieb, Superintendent.
10:10 a. m.—Young People and
adult class session.
10:10 a. m.-12:00 noon—Dc<
partmental worship, study and ac-
tivities for Children's Division.
11:00 a. m.- Morning vyorship
J W Shepherd, pastor.
6:15 p. m. Kpworth League
7:00 p. m. Evening worship.
Monday after 1st Sunday,
monthly meeting of Board of
Sti wards W. M. McMillan
Tuesday 3:00 p. m.—- Woman's
M --ionary Society.
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Mid-
Wees i n ice.
Charter No. 3248 Rwotyo Diitrict No.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Albany, in |Im State of Te*a«, at tha CI«M of Buiineat
ON MARCH 4th, 1935.
The hearing b
committei on the
TOOKt ^ 4
Same Price Today
as 44 Years Ago
25 OUNCES FOR 25c
★ Manufactured by Baking Powder Specialists who
make nothing but Baking Powder — under super-
vision of expert chemists of national reputation
The quality is always uniform—KC is dependable
Use KC in your favorite re
instructions aiven you by th
It wiU produce the finest c
home-t.-ad- up to S3000 a
valuation from all except
•axe- wa- a remarkable ses
several respects. Then
tually no "opposition" to the plan,
altho a score of city officials ap-
n an d a-- nominal opponent , they
wi re for relief for tin small home
owners, on a practicable ba-i.-, and
merely cited figures to -how what
would happen to the fit . and
towns jf the amendment should he
adopted in it pre-ent form. Bailey
Jones ol New Hraunfel-, Mayor
Com Miller of \ u-tin. City Mana-
I'er I I aylor of l.ongv ew. May-
I'eti Renfro of Beaumont, and
other- ali pointed out that cxemp-
1 or ol *3000 honii would haK•
t.ie 1 i ite revenue, cripple- muni-
pai service- and forci many to
default on bonds heretofore ■- in-d
in good faith.
"I don't believe that wa ought
'o carry the man who owns a
s'-lOOO homestead for a free ride
on municipal service," -aid Mayor
I'om Miller. "I believi any good
American wan*. - to pay, and ought
BEFORE SUCH A
SMOOTH SHAVING BLADE
at this low price I
Loans and discounts —
Overdraft? ....... —
United States Government obligations, direct
and or fully guaranteed
Other bonds, stocks, and securities
Banking house $22,000.00; furniture, fixtures $4,700.00..
Real estate owned other than banking house —
Reserve with Federal Reserve bank
Cash in vault and balances with other banks
Outside checks and other cash items
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due
from U. S. Treasurer
Other assets — -
Demand deposits, except U. S. Government deposits,
public funds, and deposits of other banks
Time deposits, except postal savings, public funds
and deposits of other banks
Public fund- of States, counties, school districts, or other
subdivisions or municipalities
Deposits of other banks, including certified and
cashiers' checks outstanding
Total of items 15 to 19:
(a) Secured by pledge of loans
andjor investments .
(h) Not secured by pledge of
loans and or investments
(e) Total Deposits
Circulating notes outstanding
Common stock, 5
par $20.00 per
. 1 1.000.00
Total Capital Account
to pay. a li
he gets fi
think the ii
something for what
his community. I
of this exemption
the mind- of mem-
leu lature, and not
- ■> n ■*".'
MI L UCKS di
USED BY Ol
Use only n<" LEVL^. to:: joonful o' '
to a cup cf sifted flou* for m
economical - i*
Phone 67 for that
rush job of printing.
"During (ht- past tew
years I've been driven
because of necessify into
rhe lower-priced razor
blades my beard suHer
inn because olfhe short-
comings o( m> pocket
book Now your ProbA
Jt has again brought
bat k shaving comfort at
n< extra cost.
I I ugene Leonhart
San Jose, ( jlif
Unsoluited letters like
ihis pr >vc rht amazing
mfotrnlv k't n and
tli shaving blade
; - 1^.1 k |( t. om \ I ' I
•niorandum: Loans and Investments Pledged
to Secure Liabilities
United States Government obligations, direct
and or fully guaranteed ....
Other bonds, stocks, iind securities
Total Pledged (excluding rediscounts)
(c) Against circulating notes outstanding
(c) Against public funds of States, counties, school
districts, or other subdivisions or municipalities
I, .Jo, A
Cashier of thi
above named bank, do solemnly
•'•■ to ti:i lie-1 of my knowledge
orn to and sub.
CIlHl H PA TIN L P1NDINC
T An- -t:
JOK A. CLARKE, Cashier.
ribed b( fori m< this 1st day of April, 1936.
W (iPAHAM WEIIR, Jr., Notary Public.
JN1'. F. SliDWICK
A W. REYNOLDS
til o T. DeLAEOSSE, Directors.
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The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1935, newspaper, April 4, 1935; Albany, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth401374/m1/3/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.