The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, June 11, 1937 Page: 4 of 6
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THE SHAMROCK TEXAN, Shamrock, Texas
Friday, June 11, 1937
TBE SHAMROCK TEXAN
Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday ]
by The Shamrock Texan Publishing Co., i
Inc , 407 North Main Street.
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aeter, aUndlng or reputation of any per-
Bon, firm or corporation, which may ap-
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gladly corrected upon due notice being
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Ut 407 North Main St.. 8hamrock. Texas.
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NEW TYPE LEGISLATURE
IS UP FOR APPRAISAL
It Is not strange that Nebraska
reviewing the recently recessed ini-
tial session of its experimental, one-
house, nonpartisan legislature, is un-
able to decide whether the idea was
worth the trouble.
On the balance sheet after Ne-
braska's new streamlined legisla-
ture adjourned, were many other
things In Its favor and many other
things which showed no improve-
ment over the old two-house legis-
COPR 1937 BY (YEA SERVICE, INC.
IN THE JAWS
LIES ONLY IN
ONCE CLOSED, A MAN CAN
HOLD THEM SHUT EASILV
WITH HIS HANDS.
For Instance, the 43 members oi
the unicameral body introduced only
870 bills in this year’s session, as
compared with 1042 bills introduced
by the 133 members of the bicameral
legislature in 1935. However, 220 laws
were enacted this year, the greatest
number since 1921.
The 1937 legislature cost $50,000
less than that of 1935, but its mem-
bers adopted a $54,000,000 budget for
the next two years, exceeding by
$18,000,000 the budget set up in
Taking 98 days to complete its
Work, the unicameral neared the
record for lengthy sessions, and dis-
appointed Its disciples who had pre-
dicted that a one-house assembly
would work with greater speed.
Co the credit side, the unicome-
ral passed new rules of procedure
to assure “legislation openly arrived
*t;" set up a planning commission
to obtain detailed facts on budget
needs of state institutions; paved
the way for the previously rejected
Federal Child Labol amendment by
Initiating a change which would
permit voters to pass on amendments
to the C. S. Constitution, and moved
to shorten the state ballot.
An important point of the debate
Which followed the first unicameral
session was that greater criticism
developed over the non-party nomi-
nation and election of members over
What those members did when they
got down to law making.
Democratic and Republican lead-
ers alike, protested this loss of party
responsibility. Although the rolls
showed a Democratic majority, It
was claimed that Gov. R. L. Coch-
ran, a Democrat, had difficulty ob-
IN THE UNITED STATES,
IT REQUIRES ABOUT '
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&5,000 TO DEVELOP
ONE ACRE OP DATE •
RALMS TO THE POINT
WHERE THE GROWER.
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T AD SECTION <
10c per line first Insertion, 5c
per line for subsequent Insertions.
Court 6 average words to the line.
FREE FARMERS EXCHANGE
—Dht farmers who are paid-up
subscribers may run ads free of
charge to exchange, buy or sell
anything except real estate and
oil aid gas leases and royalties.
All ats will be run 8 times.
OUT OUR WAY
FOR SALE—Plenty of used Ice
Boxes, $1.00 to $4.00. Tindall Drug.
FOR SALE—Good cotton seed, $1
per bushel. J. E. Tindall, 3-4 mile
north Twitty. 29-6E 1
FOR SALE—100 bushels early va-
riety, tested coitori| seed, $1 per
bushel. C. H. Riley, 4 miles north
FOR SALE—Sudan seed, free from j
Johnson grass, 3 cents lb. See Hom-
er Ewton. 27-6tc 1
FOR SALE—2-lb. AAA White Jer-
sey Giant pullets, 50 cents each.
Mrs, J. C. Tinsley, 4 miles east, 1
mile south of oil mill. 27-6E
FOR SALE—4-Wheel trailer. See
Tollie Brothers, 1-4 mile west Lone
THE jaws of the crocodile and alligator are brought together
with terrific force, and are hard to dislodge, once they have fas-
tened to their prey. To add to the destruction, after attaching
themselves io an arm or leg of a victim, they roll over and over
in the water, thus twisting the member loose from the body.
NEXT: What effect on a sandy beach does the shape of the sand
FOR SALE—Maize heads,
ton. John Cadra, 11 miles
miles north of Shamrock.
TWO-ROOM FURNISHED APT.
for rent. Oarage furnished
sired. 1418 N. Main.
BY I. S. KLEIN
JTOR the fifth time, in 1802, the
territory of Louisiana had
changed hands, 40 years after
Spain had taken the district from
France. Now Napoleon was pre-
pared to colonize the New World.
But he was sorely in need of
money due to his costly European
campaigns, and claims of Ameri-
cans in the territory.
; In Paris, Robert R. Livingston,
j famous lawyer who had helped
draft the Declaration of Indepen-
dence and New York state’s con-
stitution, was United States minis-
ter, President Jefferson asked
ihim to negotiate for the purchase
of Louisiana. He sent James Mon-
roe to aid Livingston.
On April 30, 1803, Louisiana
was bought for $11,250,000 in cash
and assumption of France's debts
to Americans, estimated at
In 1904, on the centennial of
this vastly profitable purchase, the
United States issued four stamps,
the one-cent portraying Living-
ston, the two-cent Jefferson, the
three-cent Monroe and the ten-
cent, a map of the United States
showing the new territory.
oj jour values
(Coyyrlwsw. 2917, N18A SuUmi 1m.)
StKXtr SUnaw item, SI
taining support for his legislative
This objection easily could be the
stumbling block for Nebraska’s noble
experiment. Fortunately, there is no
real evidence that America or any
other free nation would fall under
a political hierarchy if the familiar
two-party system were abolished.
The two-party credo is more or less
a national legend which has been
neither proved nor disproved con-
Nebraska is pioneerng in unchart-
ed governmental procedure, but
there is nothing, thus far, to indi-
cate that any insurable hazards He
ahead. Imperfections that have al-
ready developed seem to be within
the power of the people to correct.
At least, the unicameral, nonparti-
san plan of state law making de-
serves a longer trial, and that, ap-
parently, is just what the citizens
of Nebraska intend to give it.
FOR SALE—Seeded ribbon cane
seed, also whip-poor-will pea seed.
Geo. R. Reneau, 14 miles west, 3
miles north of Shamrock. 25-6E
TV7ITH devaluation rampant, it’s
” time to feel sorry for the man
with the heart of gold.
* * *
1] regimentation rules the na-
tion, the dentist ought to rank
high, what with his daily drill-
* * •
Nervous prostration given a hog
by scientific methods sounds like
a takeoff of the old method of
flinging vegetables at stage hams.
FOR SALE—75 laying hens, large
type, English white leghorns, 75 cents
each. Mrs. O. B. Tugwell, 3 miles
east China Plat. 25-6E
FOR RENT—5-room stucco house,
210 S. Main. John Hrnciar, phone
0OO9-F-13, or inquire at Texan of-
New York has issued a poison
ivy pamphlet so summer pic-
nickers will know how to start
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churches throughout the South. For-
bis is well known over this territory
and is associate lay leader for the
Clarendon district, Sunday school
will be held at 9:45 a. m., and every
Methodist Is urged to pe present.
Epworth League at 7 p. m.
Rev. Hodges will be in the pulpit
• Reverent Funeral Service
• Lady Attendant.
Ambulance - • Phone 55
Germany now has more than
six million radio sets, and not one
owner can claim to have brought
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THE STATE OF TEXAS,
1 COUNTY OF WHEELER, No. 601.
In the Matter of the Guardian-
ship of Ina Lea Bidwell, A Minor;
In the County Court of Wheeler
County, Texas, In Probate.
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN OF AP-
PLICATION TO EXECUTE MINE-
RAL LEASE COVERING ESTATE
BORIN THIRTY YEARS TOO SOON
7. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFf.
iOPR. 1937 BY NEA SEfivICE
of said ward, to wit: An undivided
one-sixteenth interest in and to all
of the South One-Half and the
Northwest One-Fourth of Section
Number 21, in Block Number 25,
H&GN RR Co, Surveys, in Gray
Said application will be heard by
the County Judge at the courthouse
In the Town of Wheeler, Wheeler
County, Texas, on the 19th day ol
June, A. D. 1937.
ONA LEE BIDWELL,
Guardian of the Estate of Ina
Lea Bidwell, a Minor. It
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at the Baptist church |3unday morn-
ing and evening,, continuing his
daily evangelistic sermons. Rev.
Hodges is a dynamic speaker and
brings messages of inspiration to his
audience. Sunday school will be held
at 9:45, morning worship, 11 o'clock,
and evening service, 8 o’clock. B. Y.
P. U. will be held at 7 p. m.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that I, Ona Lee Bidwell, Guardian of
the Estate of Ina Lea Bidwell, a
minor, have this day filed my ap-
plication in the above entitled and
numbered ciuse for an order of
the County Judge of Wheeler Coun-
ty, Texas, authorizing me as the
guardian of the estate of said ward
to make a mineral lease upon such
terms as the Court may order and
direct, of the following described
real estate belonging to the estate
Listen to the Hillbilly Program
and Buy Your Hillbilly Flour and
Hillbilly Coffee from us.
SELF’S CASH GROCERY
Mrs. Cabot Brannon
Summer Piano Classes
Call 219 or 334
his intention of rendering the high-
est type of courteous and efficient
service at all times. Washing and
greasing, battery service, tire re-
pairing and other automotive ser-
vices will be available, as well as a
full line of accessories.
Martin was born and reared in
Shamrock and has many friends,
who predict success for him in his
new venture. He Invites the con-
tinued patronage of customers of
the 66 Service Station and asks that
his friends stop in and see him.
TRY A TEXAN WANT AD!
| DR. V. R. JONES |
McFann Drug and News
next governor. If the people do not
repudiate all this extravagance and
all its authors, of patronage, of pelf,
trade and traffic in state govern-
ment, they may expect a bill of
$200,000,000 from the 17 legislature.”
The former governor predicted
that the deficit at the end of the
next biennium will be $40,000,000,
after attacking the legislature for
appropriating more than $125,000,-1
“But worse than all the appropri-
ations is the destruction of the tax
commission by making it political
in that it will be subject to the
senator’s control and become a
nurse maid of patronage,” he wrote.
“Then they repealed the runoff pri-
mary and tied knots in the initia-
tive and referendum.”
Declaring the tax commission set-
up now gives “too much power in
the control of one man,” the former
governor pointed out that the com-
mission’s pay roll has jumped from
156 during his regime to more than
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Bones, Percy. The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, June 11, 1937, newspaper, June 11, 1937; Shamrock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth526022/m1/4/: accessed December 12, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shamrock Public Library.