The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 90, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1950 Page: 2 of 18
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January 12. 1950
Th* Tam^ron Herald !fcl Mri 0 T BoIJoek’ “«• of
l ne tameron neraiu ^ Mar7 sak«t *urv*y, $75.
Oil and Gw [.ease
Homer Allen et ux to Curtis Mo* ,
Broom, 91 1-2 sere* of the J. J
Ac ora a league. 110.
Tom Rowland, Ford Deluxe Tudcr. ;
Roy Williams, Jr., Mercury 6 pas- ;
serjrer Coupe. --
B. F Caraway, Chevrolet 4-door
O. H. Caller, Chevrolet C Sedan.
W. F. Ginas, Ford Tudor.
Mrs. Georye Moore, Plymouth Spe-
cial 4-door Sedan.
Freeman and Stella : Ed'*10 F»;k*’ F>rd Custom Deluxe
COrRT HOUSE NEWS
By DELPHTA SCOTT
R<hert Gordon Dtcidnaon and Vi-
vian L. Wilhams.
Jeon* Wd’iare Hairston and Dor-
oth) A. Simmon.
Louis A. J. Gordon and Reoa Ann
William Lee Waterman and Bar-
Bauer ami Janie E.
HENRY LAW GANDY
BURIED HERE MONDAY
Henry Law Gandy, 47. died at his
Joe Richter Announces
For City Marshal Here
Joe Richter, widely known citizen
sad former Deputy Marshal here,
requested formal announcement iir
nome in Cameron, Sunday, Janaary ; tj,u newspaper that he ia a candi-
3, 1950 after an illness of three years, date for the nomination for City
Mr. Gandy *u born in Milam Marshal in the primary election to
County near Buckholts, May 3, 19^2. °* ",n Tuesday, February ..
He is survived by his widow of Mr &chter, m a“ku‘* forma*
| have many pied yes of aupport here
! and wished to thank all those who
plan to actively assist him in his
campaign. He hopes to tee each voter
[personally and ask for the support
but in the event tms is not possible
takes this means of asking tor your
vote and support and anything you
may do to assist him will be repa.d
in faithful, efficient service when
elected to the office.
Wendel Pitts to Bess Pitta Rice,
lots Nos. 5 sad 6 in block No. 11 |
west Cameron, $1.60 and other val-
Frank Schiemmer et ax, to Ernest
Sehlemmer et ux, lot or parcel of
land iit the D. Monroe survey, $19
and other valuable considerations.
A. L. Lawhom, et ax, to P. B. Gray,
lots Nos. 1, 2, 4. 7 and 3 in block
No. 11 of the Newton-Johnscn ad-
dition to town of Tbornda e. *2dh'|0.
T. N. Fanes et ux. to Cecil Ower.s,
24 acres of the D. A. Thompson grant
Cordelia Conotey et al, R. M. Beard.
Jr. et 'ux. 12*} 3-5 acres of the Jasto
Liendo grant, <<5.674.00.
Gustcvia Alexander to Roy Den-
man. kit 100 feet by 60 feet of the
D. A. Thompson grant, $"5.
Otto P. Potachke et ax. to Martin
Jer.ke 7-28 acres of the J. J. Liendo
E. M. Bounds et ux. to Arnold
x 75 feet in City of
and other valuabl
Max Westerman, Ford Pickup.
J. G. B-iman, Dodge Sedan.
T. K. Edwards, Dodge Pickup.
Emitt Mahimanrr, Dodge 4-door
Mrs. Jean Zinn. Dodge 4-door Se-
L. L. Thompson, Chrysler 4-door
Ray Burke, Buick 4-docr Sedan.
Walter F. Plocek, Buick Sedanet.
Edward Bartlett. Jr., Ford Tudor.
W. H. Orr, Chrysler 4-door Sedan.
A. E. Stevens. Dodge 4-door Se-
Levy V. Caraway, Dodge 4-door
Raford Andrews Slider, Jr., Dodge •
William M. Witt, Tudor Dodge.
Ronald P. Dymke, Dodge Tudor.
C. L. Conner, Dodge Tudor.
Woodrow W. Shell, Dodge 4-door |
Hicks Key, Dodge Express.
Lome J. Leworn, Dodge 4-door
Maynard M. Byers, Do<ige Tudor.
E L. Sanders, Dodge Tudor.
W. J. Matthews, Dodge Club Coupe.
James A. Rabe. Plymouth Tudor.
Carl V. Bredt, Plymouth 4-door j
H. A. Rushwamm, Dodge Express, j
! Cameron, his mother and father, Mr.
and Mrs. Will Gandy, and one broth-
er, Coy Gandy all of Abilene; two
sisters, Mrs Jewell Collier of Waco
1 and Mrs. Orna Arnold of Buckholts.
Prior to his illness Mr. Gand1; was
| employed with the Houston Light it
Power Company as an electrician.
Funeral services were conducted by
Rev. P. L. Caperton, assisted by Rev
Bill Mahar.ey at the Chapel of the
Green's Funeral Home, at 3:00 p. m.
Interment was made in Oak Hill
cemetery under the direction of
Green’s Funeral Home. The Yarrell-
tor. Masonic Lodge had charge of
the graveside services.
SON TO THE MAREK3
Mr. and Mrs. August Marek of
Pasadena, California are the proud
parents of a sor. born in a California
Hospital Thursday, January 5, 1950.
The baby weighed eight pounds and
two ounces. The mother will be re-
membered in Cameron as the former,
Miss Myrtle Beaty. Before her mar-
riage she was a member of the nurses
staff at Newton Memorial Hospital.
bid for the nomination said that his
principal pledge is that he will de-
vote his entire time to the duties
of the offlee. His friends throughout
the city were gratified to know that
he will be a candidate and they are
piedging their support.
Mr. Richter is no stranger as an
| officer in Cameron. He served as
Deputy Marshal, and night police-
man- for a number of years and also
as Fire Marshal. Bom and reared
: here he feels that his service in the
office of Marshal will be a just
promotion for the years of efficient
service he has rendered in the past,
Mr. Richter is a veteran of World
War 1 and has served as Post Com-
mander of Edwin Hardy Post Ameri-
can Legion and ir.- addition has been
active in civic affairs as well as hav-
ing engaged in business here for
By reason of his experience his j
friends point out that he will be j
well qualified to serve in the office ;
ar.d could give the people a creditable 1
and faithful application of his abili- !
ties as an officer.
In making his formal announce- I
ment Mr. Richter was pleased to
Phone your sews Items to 282.
Cameron Lions Hear
Discussion of Treaty
The Atlantic Union treaty was dis-
! cussed by Pat Baskin of Austin at
the regular noon meeting of the
Lions club at the Miism Coffee Shop
Pst Baskin is the son of the late
Jim Baskin and Mrs. Ruth Baskin
former residents of Cameron. He is
head of the Atlantic Union Speakers
Bureau in Auatin.
It’s just as wasteful to over-
power a job aa to under-
B8 power it.
Every farm has jots the
Model G tractor will do
^ better or at lower cost than
^ any other kind of
a On many farms the Model
Mason, lot 50
Thomas L. Denson et ux, to J. L.
Walker, lots Nos. 3, 4, 5 and 6 of
block No. 1 of the Bickett Addition
to- City of Cameron $5,750.
J. G. Puterbaugh to L R. Miller,
136 acres of the W. H. Tempie Head-
right survey $60* •.
&***•*r ' u‘ F A E"th 3 u~ On Uhristmaq Party
acres of the B. W. Koitzelaw grant V-IinSiman t drt>
$7,350. Fund In Cameron
L. R. Miller et ux to J. G. Puter- \
Praise is due for a job well done
in Cameror.-. Furthermore it ia good
Statement Is Made
EMORY B. CAMP
“for your every need’
?§ G 9er.es every power need
^5 —turns part-time farming
into profitable relaxation.
If you now own a Larger
tractor, why tie it up with
_ light jobs the Model G can
do on quarts of fuel instead
of gallons! During busy
seasons, this extra tractor
can prove "worth its weight
=4^5 Quick-hutch, front-mount-
ed G implements include a
field-weight 5 foot mower
and two-row planter. On
' many farms, mowing and
planting alone more than
___j justify investment in this
_ Ask us for a free demon-
bough, 194 1-3 acres of the W. H.
Temple survey, $10 and other val-
William Edward Connorty et ux,
policy to tell the people what you do
with their money.
■ A statement has been compiled on
- the f ind for the Annual Christmas
party arranged by the Chamber of i
Commerce and the Bu siness and Pro- !
fessional Women's Club.
A total of $492.60 was raised and
the total expenditure was $353.65. A
balance of $138.35 is to be carried
I over for next year.
Disbursement item* include: Mater- !
' ials for Santa Claus parade and Man-
ger scene, $166.47, labor or. Ma.-ger
scene $21.00, prizes ar.d judger.g
• noire dec-.rat. r.g contest* $li2.-T
and miscellaneous *14.68.
F. H. A. LOANS
G. I. LOANS
; / \
^ »A IIS ANO * I •V IC I y
W. P. MATYASTIK
CAMERON, TEXAS PHONES 477 and 364-J
Milton Juste!, student at STSTC
at San Marcos spent the Christmas
holidays visiting his parer.-te. Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Jistel and left Friday to
spend the New Years holidays in Cor-
pus Chrsiti and San Antonio.
Announces Pick-up and Delivery Service
i- ' H .
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ENGINEERS, TRAFFIC EXPERTS,
STYLISTS enthuse over the rue-
gedneas, handling ease, luxury and
beauty of this year’s new Dodge.
• • zmmM
...t' x <#,
Coronet 4-Door Sedan
Nothing will thrill you like this years DODGE!
You could pay a thousand dollars more and
not get ail the new beauty . . . extra room . . .
famous ruggedness of this great new Dodge
Leave your Laundry and Dry Cleaning
for pickup on Tuesday and Delivery
Inside, you get the head room,
leg room, hip room so you can
sit naturally, ride ftt complete
comfort ail day long.
On the outtuie, Dodge compact
dc»ign gives yon the edge in park-
ing. in busy traffic.
Out front, a sleek new grille
enhances Dodge well-hred beauty.
While in the rear, a huge new pic-
ture window allows safer vision—
gives a wonderful feeling of inte-
Drive the new Dodge. Feel the
surging power of the big high-
compression "Get-away" Engine—
the amazing smoothness of Dodge
Fluid Drive. Come in today!
YOU'LL THRILL to Dodge roominess.
Seats are “knee-level" for comfort.
Plenty of head and hat room, elbow
and leg room too!
YOU’LL THRILL to the velvet smooth-
ness of gyrol Fluid Drive. No-shift
Gyro-Matic optional on Coronet
models at moderate extra cost.
Come In for a "MAGIC MILE"
Ask any Dodge dealer for a “Magic
Mile" demonstration ride. Prove
for yourself how much more Dodge
gives for your money in sound
engineering and dependability.
lowest-pnced sutoewtie transmission to
froo you from skiftmg, ovaiiabie on
Coronot madtii at mode rots extra cost.
New Bigger Valve
Just a few dollars more than the lowest-priced cars!
ROW ON DISPLAY ... SEE IT TODAY
112 SOUTH HOUSTON
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White, Jefferson B. The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 90, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1950, newspaper, January 12, 1950; Cameron, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth577195/m1/2/: accessed July 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.