The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 283, Ed. 1 Friday, June 12, 1942 Page: 4 of 4
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FRIDAY, JUNE 12th, 1942
Perrin Cadets To
Be Dance Honorees
Girls of the military project,
division of the If. S. Enginee
office here will entertain with ;
formal dance complimenting Pe
rin field’s senior cadets of class
4»-H Saturday night at the
American Legion hall, 3:30 to
11 p. m.
Miss Juanita T. Macias is
chairman of the arrangements
cctmmittee, which otherwise is
composedof Miss Marilyn Jones,
Ellen Brown and Lyntine 'Cotton.
Chaperoning the event will he
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Waterhouse.
Notes On The
. Movie Colony
HOLLYWOOD—Now that his
eight week? “vacation" is over
John Garfield is back in Holly-
wood to work on a picture and
get some rest.
li this sounds a little back,
wards, just listen' to whet Gar
field has been doing since he
left movie town two months ago.
lie did 15 government broadcasts
cn behalf of the war effort—
each requiring hours of rehear-
ral. He appeared at a number
of Army and Navy camps to en
tertain service men. And he
talked to thousands of worker*
in the industrial centers of the
Kart at rallies to boost bond
And to keep idle time from
hanging heavilv on his hands he
made oprsonal appearances at
the Strand theatre in New York j
for two weeks
Garfield says the most inspir-
ing experiences were his visits to
the great factories of the east
and middie west. He was thrilled
to see men and women just
eiy time a bond was sold, a nail
wag driven into a big coffin on
The actor’s most harrowing
“xperience was during an air
trip he made ir. order to keep a
noon-hour engagieimemt to address
industrial workers at Reading,
Pennsylvania. Since he was
due back in New York the same
evening to appear on a Treasury
Department broadcast, itihe go/.-
ernment allowed him to charter
a plane for the rotund trip.
A half hour out from Newark
the plane nosed into a driving
storm. The civilian pilot lost
his herrings and cruised blindly
for three hours, vainly looking
for a hole in the rain-packed
clouds Finally the gasolipe
began to give out the motor star-
ed to sputter.
area. A little guidance at the
proper time may mean the differ-
ence in the whole course of a
human soul. What we need is more
formation and less re-formation.
Joins The Navy
DALLAS, Texas—Matty Bell
of Southern Methodist University
lias joined the navy.
He was sworn in today at Dal-
las and will leave Saturday for
one month indoctrination at An
Bell took the SflVIU football
team the Ro:e Bowl in 19’ifi.
He has a lifetime contract as
Bell is the fourth Southern
'Methodist coach to join the Navy.
The mentor has been given a
leave of absence. A temporary
replacement will be selected by
the Athletic. Council later.
It was like scenes Garfield « . . /*>
had seen in many pictures. But IriSUfUClOIj V^ctCJUl
'his was the real thing. I J Ac Plnrw*
Fortunately, the pilot was able IVIIidl /Ao 1 ICXI ic
to drive down through the'
This will probably be done1 on basis
Divided Into Panels. .
Ran dell Dam
Under the new plan, the board
membership will be divided into ,,
panels, so the members can special- °' N' ^oyd' of Dall“s’ "?f
ize somewhat on their phase of,in»? con8ultant on the Runde11 luke
the work. dam, was in Denison today m-
Two members will be on the sPeotln* the Project with city En’
general rationing panel, foe auto-1 8'neer c°rn®"’
mobiles, tires and tubes; two will
^ serve on the food rationing pani 1
and two on the price control pan-
el, with the chairmen having gen-
eral supervision and also acting as
a consumer relations man.”
jMr. Floyd said he still did not
know how soon actual work could
begin on the project, as it was one
of these things that could not be
rushed. He said he was here to
| investigate the materials needed
J. W. Brantley of Denison has ! •‘Ther« is s*i11 Plenty of w8tcr
a; presented his resignation from the >n tke 'ake' tke consu tant P° n, '
^ old hoard to Judge Loy, since he ' 0UD an<1 the dam 18 ncK m
expects to be called into the army | immediate danger,
shortly as a commissioned officer.
Comeback In Film
AUSTEN, Tex:—A marked in-
crease in the number of prized
game animals of the Trans-Pecos
region as the result of control of
the devastating golden eagle and
other pedators, was reported to-
day to the Game Department by
wardens stationed in that desert
Game wardens who have been
thinning out the over-abundant
eagles since the legislature last
year placed it on the unprotected
list of Texas birds have been as-
sisted by many landowners, sports-
the trans-Pecos country but are
not found elsewhere in Texws.
Occasionally a bald eagle, bird
symbol of the United States, is
found in those parts and also in
the Panhandle-Plains area, but
not often. The buld eagle is
definitely protected by law, but
the Golden eagle is not and may
lie killed at any time.
Of late one Game Warden and
a pilot have been shooting the
angles from nm airplane, and
several hundred have been
brought down. It is unlawful
| men and other interested corner- to shoot any game bird from an
airplane, but since the golden
vationiste. _________ -
As a result antelope, mule ] eagle is not a game* bird and
The sheep have picked up in num- i hence this airplane. hunting h
there are fewer
Katherine Hepburn and Spencel
1 racy featured star, in Micro’
clouds and make a bumpy but V-riASIlfS, UUII1J* n "Woman Of The Year*’ a rom
-afe landing in a Held Some ---- antic yarn about new.poper
telephone calls brought fuel and1 SAjN ANTJQNIO, Tex., June 12( folks. ‘'Wc,men Of The Yeai"
-ome compass hearings, and thev —\ Randolph field flight instruct-1 w |l he shown at the Star thea.
headed once more for Reading or and an aviation cadet were kill-| jre here Saturday night in prev
Although they were four hour: | ed Thursday when their basic „.w ,hen on Sunday and Mon-
late, a large crowd was assent . training plane crashed and burn- day.
bled for the rally. led seven miles north of the field-J-
As one of his camp visits, | The dead are Second. Lieut.
WASHINGTON, June 13
war department today is setting deer, and
the dance up u new system to decide which I hers since
which swept the nation in the 1 passengers will be permitted to oc- eagles to devour their young
! Inti ’20s, is revived by George I cupy the limited space on cocimer- 1 he Executive Secretary of
Rati, in “Broadway," the Univer-lcial airlines. | the Department emphasized tha*
•ul hit, opening as preview S'at-i Fourteen regional offices-•eachi there was no intention of utter-
... i . ; i.i i.i. _ cn_____i • i_____j - J u.. nHitvti _ Iv rloairvwino’ all J^oldctl
urdiiy night, then on Sunday .one headed by an army officer—^ ly destroying all
and Monday at the the Rialto will grant priorities on ait travel.i even if it were possible. but
theatre. During the height of Those eligible include persons cn-! that it was practical to kill some
tin dance craze, Raft was noted gaged in essential war work, some of them, even several thousand,
as its foremost exponent. He federal government employees,] ir an effort to attempt to re-tore
was ncted at the time as posses- representatives of allied goveru-( a balance of nature that would
ing “the fastest feet" Broad-
in the film "Broadway,” Raft
legal. The Warden kills the ea-
gls with a shotgun loaded with
BB shot. To date he has 40(1
fiyingg hours to his credit on
eagle hunts, with a record of one
eagle per hour.
Fishing below 'Marble Falls
bike was so gootd over the week-
end it kept the anglers busy.
More than 150 big catfish such
as bass and crap pie were hauled
nients and specified civilians. | permit all species to live in rela-1 territory reported.
The cities that will have air, five harmony.
Garfied enjoyed a reunion with , Franklin J. Wilgus, 24, San An' Loan To Be RoacJjasted.
his fellow Warner Brothers .-tar, tonio and Aviation Cadet Stansell Rugg.;i m„|p]. ' thl, old
Jeffrey Lvnn, who had appealed B. Sellers, 21, Coolidge. ment, was to have repaid the two- which most of the play is laid,
with him in three pictures. I Randolph authorities said there ..... _____ _____. ........ . .... , , ......
(lances the "Charleston'’ as part I Washington, Miami, Memplii-, Chi-
priority offices include New York,) Golden eagles are native to
1 cf his role as a nit cry hoofing | cago, Detroit, Pittsburgh and Day
agree- *ar of the prohibition era ,n , ton, Ohio.
Ills leading Sulpa Cant’ Cure Ailment
Corpus Christ! to name the ticket.
.Meanwhile’, the number of can-
didates for the position increased
Fryers, under 3 lbs. ............... 13.’
| Fryers, over 2 lbs. .............. 13t
Hens, light .......................... 15<
! steadily under the committee’s ex-i Hens, heavy
Randolph authorities said ...... b,1|io|| do,„s without interest ov- \y;th ,Ianet Blair, ---- ,-------, ------ --------------
As soon as he stars m- a noth- ! were no witnesses to he crash. period starting five ; ,lv R-,ft ;dsr does B„ unumal | (AUSTEN, Tex., June 12-There tension of filing time until mid « d roosters
e .«. •iir an*
will be adjusted after th» war. p.,p Pat O’Brien as his to- drugs can’t cure, according to
rtf .. ................. ..»» • i i • i ... I iin,ivot*ait«r nf Tl"YJ»S RUlfintists tO - *
Turkeys, young turns
barely earning a
part of their small .salaries *ow-
ard the purchase of war bond*
Hi? greatest enjoyment was
during a bend sales rally in
New York Times Square where
Hitler was buned in effigy. Ev
GET MORE HIT 111 LIFeT
Caring for Coffee
VF/HEN coffee was Introduced in
the seventeen hundreds, It im-
mediately became a popular bever-
age. Coffee Houses sprang up and
bon vlvants and men of letters
spent hours of conversation and
discussion over cups ol the latest
luxury—Coffee. Coffee trees were
sent to Latin America and soon be-
gan to produce the coffee that is
now shipped all over the world.
Although it is available to eui j
one coffee Is still a luxury food. No
gourmet’s dinner is complete with-
out It—no workman's lunch box is
well filled without a thermos jng
of the favorite drink ol the Ameri-
cas. But as Is the case with many
other things—that are an everyday
matter, many of us, until now have
not appreciated how much coffee
means to us in getting more out of
life; for we are being asked to take
care of our coffee so that the na-
tion can have full coffee cups. By
caring for It intelligenty as we do
other valued foods, we can make it
go further, and at the same time
have an even finer cup of coffee.
Here are the simple rules to follow:
1— Huy coffee by the pound as
needed, every few days as you
would other perishable foods.
2— Choose the light grind, the
kind suited to your coffee pot. Ask
for a drip grind for a vacuum or
drip pot: an all-purpose grind ror
a percolator or for ''boiled coffee.
If coffee is ground too coarse, al
most twice as much is needed to
make a good brew
3— Keep the coffee in a clear
tightly covered canister, because
the oxygen of the air causes it tr
oxidize and lose flavor, so more is
then needed to make the brew.
4— Measure both coffee and water
carefully In making the beverage
You don’t "guesB" when you make
cake. Why guess your cup of
5— -For coffee making, draw fresh
cold water, and bring It to a gallop
ing boll. Freshly drawn water con
tains oxygen that sparkles-up t!>«
coffee taste, and water at a gallop-
ing boll releases that marvelous
6— Make only as much coffee at
a time as you wish to serve. In
ather words, control the amount of
coffee you serve as carefully as you
would rontrol the amount of porter
house steak or any other valuable
7— 1/ any coffee is left over use
it in making desserts or puddings
S—Keep the coffee-maker and all
drip bngs scrupulously clean, for a
Planned For Tex.
Trukeys. No. 2
Turkeys old hens
Uncle ^ dent. Loth noil., "(" D‘ullyl The new agreement provide .1 ;1,- ;n “Broadwav,” which wa> 'university of Texas scientists t0 | air*
' l . : Ma^Sist'3 ...... .....*
(Morgantown, W. Va. His widow, ^ -de, fo|. th„ l dl,,.t;on MarinOS EHIlSt i for brucellosis, the bacteria whicr.j
lives jn r , !------ .. ,i . ,<— p j Co Youths tauses undu'ent f<A,er an<* Bangs
) Mrs. Garnetle Wilgus,
I San Antonio-
j Cadet Sellers was the son of
of trade barriers and cthe • eco-
nrniic objectives outlin’d In the
women jus, v[ C0LLEGE STA™N. TcXw“ «**** Southwest Texas an additiona, Mnk the chlin 0f sent three more youths of this 1/aranrV In Court
living pledge a >’0del airP'ttne ™thu-iasts will State Teachers college, San Mar- golidarity beihg A, d by the uni.- arm ... strengthen its forces. j V aCaUCy IU KaOUTI
| Mrs. Delle B. Sellers of Coolidge. T]. . tate departm.-m 1 v ibed Th, Denison recruiting office of pp rftmrv,i».Jfl.n
He received a bachelor of science „u , lend .... A , today In.- RR VOITOniSWOn
egree fiom Southwest Texas an additional link in the chain of sent three more youths of this
play a large role in the Texa-, cos, in 1941.
Aviation Week meetings here
June 22 27, with several le■:
lures and a series of cash con
tests arranged by Texas A &
i M College for visiting miniature
Dr. Howard W. Barlow, head
of the department of aeronauti-
cal enginering at Texas A. and
| M College, has made arrange
I ments for model-builders to be
J housed in tudent dormitories
! here during Aviation Weak
Younger entrants in the mod
el contests will be charged only
or meals in the college mess-
hall, at 35 cents per meal, while
adult participants will he housed
ii, a special dormitory for $3
daily, including meals.
’'Theire is no age limit in the
contests Friday and Saturday of
’! oxas Aviation Week," Dr. Bar
low said1, and continued'
‘With Hite national model
..■lane contest at Chicago cancel-
The announcement Enlisted by Staff Sergeant
. ed nations. .... ...... ....... ... —......r.----- ,
Al o said Grady, Pendleton, the trio, now DAtLlJAS, Tex., June 12—The Bnugh, state
“The agreement reaf"i-.nis this in Dallas undergoing: final physical Texas railroad commission vacan-j operation
1 country’s determination '.o con- examination, is composed of: cy has gone to court. j 1 ■' '
, tinue to supply in ever-increasing John Robert McClure, son of A hearing is being held in Dal-
_ ^ 'amounts aid to the S o . Union Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McClure, route las before the fifth court of civil
Program Of AlTOV in the war against the common 2, Bonham. appeals today on James F,. Kil-(
® _ • | enemy. The agreement a!o pro- Joseph Arthur Foshee, Jr., son day’s mandamus action. Kildayj inilteu bid- annually in June Di-
vides for such reciprocal aid . of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Foshee, seeks to compel the state demo-| WI’A contract to the Procure-
the Soviet Union may ’>e in a po- Bonham. cratic committee to certify his ment
i College Included
In Reserve Corps
DENTON Tox.—North Texa*
Eggs, mixed ............... 26^jt
- I Rutter, best grades ...... 30c
SAN ANTONIO—Due to in- Cotton
j creased demand for trucks in | strict midding .......... 19 35c
various types of construction j r,r«>n
I work, WPA will not request in- ;Corn, yellow ........................... 75c
I definite contract bids from Wheat. No. 1 ........... $1 91
truck opreators this y ar, it | Corn, white (red cob) 75c
w a n ported today by E. A ---------------------~~'
director of WPA
Bid- for track hire will be
requested as needed on an indi-
vidual project basis Truck
owners who previously have mb
Prevue Sat. Night
> _ , _ tut; kjuviti v. inuii in2ttv -'u a uumiaui. vviiunnvn. ^ — .
State Teachers College has been g^jon t0 sUppiy. But no matter Robert Reneau Watkins, son of name on the ticket for Jerry Sad- States Treasury Department
Nan Antonio henceforward
invited to participate in the War bow jrreat tbjs a;d ma,- p,-ovo to iMr. and Mrs. R. A. Watkins, route ler’s former job.
-erve Corps progran. for college be^ d wjj| b(! ina|; jn con,p.u ..an o, Camon, Texas. j if Kllday’s action is success- be invited !o bid throughout th"
Department’s Army Enlisted He- wRh the magnificent cent’ibution Following their acceptance at ful, it would leave him the only: yeai on specif.t projects as the
students, of the Soviet Union's armed forces Dallas, they will be sent to San candidate in the field. The statoi need for truck
This enlistment program is i0 defeat of the common to- Diego for basic training.
designed to furnish the Army,1 emv.” ----------—
including the Air Corps, with a j _______v.......-__
trained officer personnel ''rom IIViO'T'DI ICTIfAM r!"^?.111!1!8rrl1 *r***ww
college students who i indue 1 li1C I Sxi-iVv 1 1UIN
tion will be deferred whi'e they! (Continued from page one)
continue their education i-------------
It to the eighth such deferred I fruit juices and by using corn
prvioe enlistment program now syrup or honey as substitutes in
in operation on the NT ST*’' canning recipes, (Miss Jones said,
campus. Th" college has al Information on tl.f ce methods can
ready been approved for the . be obtained from county home
Naval Resew.e V.1, the Naval d"iionstrntion agents. She warns
committee is meeting today in said.
led because of the war, we hope
le present it contest here wlhicb i Reserve V-7, 'he Naval Reserve j that saccharine, a coal tar pro-
Engineering probationary pro- duct with an extremely sweet
will glee Texas builders n
chance for real competition
' In adidtition, lectures a'ml
demonstrations which will be pre-
sented on the subject are well
worth the time of any real mod-
c! plane enthusiast."
The model-builder schtdule
(.pens at 9 a. m. Wednesday,
tune 24, when airplane mode! in-
struction will be given through-
out tfhe day by various autiiori-
cel candidates class.
gram, the U S. Army Air Force taste cannot ho 11- d in canning
Aviation Cadet Reserve program, beemi o it becomes hitter when
end the U. S. Marine Corps off', heated.
Here is the speciaTsts summery
. of the rationing regulations as
.th y apply to sugar for canning:
j “Vou will get one pound of su-
! gar for every four quarts of fin-
,t fa„ the inhed fruit you are putting up,
and you may can as much fruit
vour family needs. You may
have an additional pound of sugar
(Continued from page one)
(Continued from page one)
more wounded, and
drive has gained the Gormans no-
, Fighting also is working up to .
| a high pitch on other fronts, in- ' per8°n v",l:' famil> to
I eluding the northern sector ar.d
small supply of jam:,
J around l^ningrad, "with Moscow ”
reporting hundreds of Nazi eas-
The Red air force u trying to (Continued from page one)
anything to help him out. Have
you ever tried to make a pal of
him. invite him to your Sunday Mulanan” k‘wiTh raids i«>n; Mix Wilson, farmer
counteract German bomb.ng
-chool, take him to a Dad on" gne” airfie|ds in Finland and Bells; Henry Guillouif "IVt-boro
Son banquet or get him in the
farmer and W. E. l Roe, W! ite-
^-H-OLD NO LINING
, !Nuzi General Rommel is expect- wright lumberman.
Did you wait until he made hi? fd t0 turn hip Africa norlh. Judge I-oy has ,, nt a Ik- of
mistake and then .start to condemn ward in ,Jb for anoth»r lunge names of the new board to Mark
tom, whom you never did try to #( Tobruk> now that he’s captured /tfcGee, state rationing admintotn cl , - .
pve a little lift when he might Bir Haeheim. Reports from the tor al.....- , . . Show him you re wile by giving
have been formed instead o now front the axla threw every- Sherman board < , - of him 4Fold Palm Beach Ties. They're
having thfi job trying to re-toim? tlljag it had int„ tha successful chair...... The ,-hairi,, , w ' ! 4 B MU *
A lad snaakmg away from his fforl t0 capture the southern an- then ,,.,,-ct their ,xcuv S' e ' ‘mar+' ' ’ new ” ' d^ent-gu0r.
mother to go swimming though chor of tbe imperia, ,ine. British, tarie- and other member' of he °nteed w0$habl® ’ ” and hove
RTAtr.! “ -— —
h*‘ ffont yard and sneaked ^the.before the big enemy offensive contain** elicihle -mnli n.Vt
engi i of the yard lot and raised Parted. A Bvitish radio correspon- MembenAio U Exdy d j
the garrison was removed safely. ,)anded from thr(e )o pven> and
‘ provisions made for executive ser-
UNITF.D-- retaries to lift p > i t of tin burden
of administrative detail from the
(Continued from page one) , . . ,
_____ __non-salaried members.
And that is highly sugegstive.'he tackling those problems, as First o1 a number of thorny
What have we done in a directly'they are the second front ques- problems to come befor thr two
Just then his mother called out
“Willie, I saw you, eomei hack
The lad replied "why didn’t you
tap on the window and help a fel-
alify. Dad knows 4Fold Palm Beach
Ties are easy on the eyes—and help
to economize. Give him several.
Unfm hjcarA >»
1 a usmuii
Bv BEAU 6RUWMEU
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constructive way that contacted tion, and American officials seem ^oal'ds will he the designation of
the boy to give him the aid he'confident that none of the issues a boundary line between the board NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS LABEL
needs to keep from going awry? is too big to be settled to every- areas. An attempt was made to J
Tf we have, not lifted a finger, body’s satisfaction. | settle this question Thursday but a I
where we could to aid the boy who] The American-Russian pact has solution proved elusive because of
(roes wayward, then let us be the been implemented by a new lend- the irregular boundaries of pre-
C-l.e®°.C°If*!!llnakel rU nS tb lt j,a4t t0 condemn him. There is still lease agreement, which was an- sent political ubdtvsions, compli-j
a great deal for us to think about nounced at midnight. , cated by the location of Sherman]
in the philosophy of "he that is i The early arrangement provided nnd Denison so near each other j
.without sin aong you, let him cast!a two-billion dollar loan for Kus- The boards will also have to
J the first stone.” j sia. Under the new agreement,'settle the problem of allotment of
The headwaters of success and the repayment terms will be looser, tires and tubes, which are assign-
I failure rise in the same genera! as in the case of Great Britain and ed the county on a quota basis.
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TOUR CASUAL NEAR
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tood coffee flavor.
And when you are eervlng thal
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It U a real cup of Frlendehlp grown
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STYLES OF THE HOUR FOR THE MAN OF THE HOUR
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