Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 76, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1943 Page: 4 of 8
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Sweetwater Reporter, Sweetwater] Texas
Thursday] March 25/1943
oosevelt Silent In Revolt On New Deal Home Policies
WASHINGTON'. March 25 — j
(UP)—President Ri sevell has'
adopted the strategy of .dlence
in meeting congressional rebel-
lion against New Deal domestic
policies but evidently is plann-
ing a veto counterattack buttres-
sed with appeals to public op-
The uprising against the ad-
ministration is gaining heat and
momentum although the 7$th
congress ei e l last November
is demonstrating its determina-
tion to fight the war to a victor-
| ATTEND CADETS'
Misses Bertha and Maria Eh-
! erle, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
L. A. Eberle, have returned from
i visit in San Antonio where
they attended graduation of two
aviation cadets, I-t. Harvey I
Robillard and Lt.- Phillip Thom-
as both of class -13 C. and form-
flying cadets at Avenger
Sweetwater USO Holding Open House
Sunday In Nation-Wide Observance
Hottest controversy cen-
ters on tax proposals at
width the administration
loiks on grout’ Is that it
would forgive large sums to
the wealthy. Mr. Itoosevelt
contends that the Rutnl paj-
as-voti-go plan ini mediately
would cost the treasiir) l u-
ge sums hi!: treasury experts
do not appear to support that
Over the side of a United Nations freighter dive members of the crew after a Nazi sub attack some-
where on the North Atlantic. (Passed by Canadian censor. Official Royal Canadian Navy photo re-
leased through Universal Pictures for "Corvettes in Action.’’)
There is no modern prece-
dent for congress' angry drive
to abrogate Mi Roosevelt' li-
mit of $25,000, less taxes, on -cl-
aries’. The house approver! and
sent to the senate late yester-
day a conference report on the
hill to repeal the president's or-
der anti forbidding him to re-
duce wages or salaries below
the highest levels reached be-
tween Jan. 1, and Sept. 15, 1942, i
The formality of -enate appro-
val of the conference report is I
necessary before it can go to
the White House.
President Roosevelt scarcely j
can defend hi- position with a
veto. The nullification of the I
salary limit executive order is j
attached as a rider to the ad-
ministration - bill to increase
the national debt limit from
$125,000,000,000 to $210,000,000,-
000. The o bt now is $119,640,-
C00.00O end 'ir-'v w. uld not be
time to reintroduce the debt bill
and get it through congress be-
fore the existing limit is reach-
< fingers* enthu-iastii illy
approved the administra-
tion's loll to extend lend -
lease authoritv for another
year. There also me indica-
tions of widening support
for idministration foreign
Personalities In The N
The men received their wings
and second lieutenancy in the
army air force at 10 a. m.. Sat-
urday at Brooks Field. Marie
was escorted by T.t. Thomas and
Bertha by Lt. Robillard to a class
dinner and dance. They also
were entertained *at the St. An-
thony hotel at the Anaesacha
Room for dinner and dancing
j to Ronnie Kemper's orchestra
After graduation Saturday they
1 attended a coffee at the officer's
< iub, and at noon were dinner
guests at the club. The Brooks
Field orchestra played for danc-
ing. They visited at Alamo while
in San Antonio.
Sweetwater's USO club will be cal records, check room, person-
open to the general public next ! a] service, dancing, movies, dark
Sunday, as a part of a nation- ,.oom facilities and plenty of
wide USO open house. More than (.(,mfomb|e chairs sofas
ISO operations thru out , fni. ,hose w vhin„ to „.lax. Ac.
ev®nt rT „. .. , headquarters USO operations
Bertram I . Simon, director _of; fm.kl j.oo,, clubs and 200
the local club m announcing the h Xc3rlv 10l) units
open house, extended an mvlta- ..ctiVl. „f contim-n-
non to all residents of Sweet- ; S..,u.s Atteniianc,. at
water and surrounding commu- , el> ....,,is )2.(KI,MHK, va-
nities to visit the USO center ) thlv
and see the facilities and active ‘jU f. j, j)( ^
ties provided for members of the i j ; IL- nC--1 ”
nation's military forces. | will sneak a: I p. m
I hree special musical pro- ....
grams will lie given during the j
afternoon. From 2:00 to 3:00 Snv- :
der talent will participate; 3:30 ;
to 4:00 Mrs. Paul Trimtnier, vio- !
linist and Mrs. Albert Brann, so- j
prano, and 1:30 to 5:00 Avenger i
Field, Cadets and student train- j
Guests Of Mrs.
L. G. Anthony
isi Simon, director,
The local USO Club was open-
ed July 1942 and lias since been
visited by over 72.000, accord-
ing to the director. Facilities
provided at the club include
showers, shaves, reading and i
writing materials, games, classi- j
liy Shirley Slater
ROSC OE—The Roscoe junior
class was entertained at the
home of the sponsor. Mrs. E. ti
Anthony, Friday night. 9
Theme, “Old Irish” was car-
ried out in games through-out
the evening. Refreshments of
ice cream and cake were serv-
ed to Dorothy llonea, Mexa Ad-
onis, Wanda Mangroves, Fay#
Walker, Bonnie Joe Chapmaii,
Maxine Hendricks. Syble Cum-
mings, Kathryn Norris, Mayo
Walker, Mildred Haney, Alma
Butler. Maurino Corder, Mar-
jorie Tatum. 9
Heishel Whittington, Bobby
Whittington. Edward Basham,
A. J Pointer, Keroy Pitzeschc,
billy Joe Nelson, Walker Plun-
kett, Charles Plunkett, A. T_
Smith,- Billy Cardwell, .lame.®
Brand, .1. B. Cooper, Merrill
Cooper. Roland Lnndfleld, Dan-
iel Wilson, Shirley Slater and
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony.
Spotlighting the Gabes Front
Sweetwater residents are in-
vited to a "Play Night” at 8
p. m., Friday at Newman high I
school P-TA, of which Mrs. E.
T. Nelson is president. Forty i
two-Chine.se Checkers, and other 1
table games will be featured. i
N1 " patients Mt the Sweet wa-, , Dr. R. L. Sanelis, pastor of
ur ho-pii.al Include Mrs. Martin ' the Abilene Primitive Baptist I
W ilson, and Robert K. Parish, j church will sneak at 11 a. m. !
m'"', ‘'1': Mrs. J. D. Holbrook, • Kundav at the court house The
minor, and Marguerita N’avar- i public' is invited.
Its Buckhy’s for
Now on Sale in U.S.A.
Druggists Report Big Demand
Mr. and .Mrs. K. K. Harkins
of Roscoe moved to Sweetwater ',ra nariman< ir
,, . , , : and Winona Ware, minor,
this week to make their home.; . * *
Dismissed Wednesday from
the Sweetwater hospital were
Mrs. Otis Richards, medical,
ndru Jean Hartman, medical
Arts. \\ . S. Scott left this morn-
ing for Dallas, and also will stop ;
in Arlington to vi>i; her sister
Mrs. Ola Burns, formerly of
Airs. S. \. Diltz, jr., has retur-
ned to Mason after visiting here
with Mr. and Airs. S. N. Diltz. sr.
i A graduate nurse, she will begin
Mrs. W. S. Chennault, who
s been employed at Washing- j ic' _
Alts. Arthur Sears of Abilene
spent Tuesday in town on busi-
John Barnett, trustee of the
Highland school, was a visitor
in the office of Ed F. Xeinast I
ton. D. C\, Western Union offic ‘ j
while her husband is based there j
with the U. S. army, is visiting
here for a few davs.
* * *
Mis. ,f. I,. Keeney of Bronte;
spent Tuesday afternoon in
Sweetwater on business.
Miss Asia AleGuire of Gard-
en City was in Sweetwater
Wednesday on business.
* * *
Alls. L. |,. Terry of Colorado
City was among the visitors In
Whenever coughs due to colds or bron-
chial irritations bother—folks take Buck-
ley’s CANADIOL MIXTURE. Buckley’s is
-faster in action than anything
red. Get a bottle today. Take i
you've ever u'.ed. Get a bottle today,
one teaspoonful let it lie on your tongue
orr.ent Ihon swallow slowly instantly
feel its powerful effects
thru threat, head and bronch
.klinfl coughing ceases—phle;
You’ll be seeing a lot of attrac-
tive Selene Mahri, 19-year-old
Swedish model, for she’s posing
tor a WAVES recruiting poster.
tube.. Ti ! ling-- coughing ceases—phlegm
t . open up, air passac :s cleared. One
or two cips at bedtime will help you to a
sounder night’s sleep. You'll find Buckley's
—the real standby for tcughs and colds
in over 7 Qr',- of Canadian homos — an
amazing cough mixture.
Most good drl
good riruf stores everywhere sell
Buckle M <ture. Satisfaction
r”*rantc«d re money h'vlc
Bowen Drug, Catching Drug
Blue Bonnet Drug
1. Does i
Mr. nnd .Mrs. J. P. Patterson
have returned from South Tex-!
son, Lt. James Patterson receive
his wings at Aloe Field. They!
also visited in Orange with
their daughter, Mrs. F. Nelson. |
Lt. Patterson has been made ar.
instructor and sent to Randolph !
Field, San Antonio.
.Manse Phillips of Ver-
aiiived to visit her pa-1
rents, Mr. and Mrs. J
dredge and brother A.
dredge and family.
Mrs. Earl Jones entertained:
'ihe Lamar Street Raptrst rirco '
.Monday afternoon for busihess '
' and a social.
The meeting was opened with j
i singing "All Hail the Power";
Mrs. E. s. Malone led pnjyer
: and Mrs. ('. E. Burge the devo-1
; tional from the lidst psalm. Mrs '
J) T. Smith said the closing pray-,
During the business p rioD
Mrs. R. ft, Rogge read reports
and Mrs. J. E. Jones was ap-
appointed educational chairman. I
A box of used and new clothing j
isent to Buckner’s Orphan
policies in general.
Another bright spot for the
administration is in the war la-
bor board where congress of in-
dustrial organizations and Am-
erican federation of labor rep-
resentatives evidently are will-1
ing to go along with existing j
wage ceilings until John L. Le- j
wis' $2-a-dav raise demand for '
Salty geyser rises as shell fire
fails short of a Nazi U-boat dur-
ing battle between the sub and
a Canadian corvette in the
North Atlantic. (Passed by
Canadian censors. Official Roy-
al Canadian Navy photo re-
leased through Universal Pic-
tures for "Corvettes in Action.”)
I Home, In Dallas. Mrs. John Me-1
Donald presided for the business, j
A sandwich plate with punch I
was served to those mentioned
and M mes Bessie Bt lyd, D C.
Smith, G. E. Huey, C. E. Bjr.l,
J. U . Malone, K. M. Wilson find
ing to Mr,
s' quick will-
all th« mon*
To Roscoe 42
(Continued from page 1)
'ration. It, was described ns one
of the most successful of the
Avar on the axis base.
Closcup of the southern Tunisia front where General Patton’t
American forces and the British Eighth Army are driving toward
Gabes shows network of roads and key towns here. Chott Djerid
a great salt marsh, dries up in March and becomes a hard, flat be(
that can be crossed by tanks and trucks.
55 Of 74 On Ship
Lssi In Sinking
inging for ;
n of Roscoe
:x were cullec,
be buying ir
- off a singk
We started b
We have bee
week, and v
For a LONG
spring, if not
us for next f;
August. We u
See us, or one
ES ON CHIC
eggs. Our chit
with genuine i'.S.RO.I’. pedigreed males from
from 200 to over 300 eggs per year.
Claude Semi, Rot-in K. H. Duncan
M. A. Hidden, Colorado City
C. M. .Manning, Wastella ( lyde Eager, Merkel
Boy R. Jones, Snyder S. L. Kendrick, Anson
;e all leading breed
of our represontath
vS for those who agree to f
<s are ail U. S. APPROVED-
Our liest grad? chicks are fro
ell us hatching
U. S. PULLOR-
n flocks headed
M ill. B. Hire, Manager
Mark Harrell, Foreman
SM F FT WATER
204 Hint St.
reshment- were passed to
Roy Chapman, C. B. Lee,
>r May, Josle Clardy, Lew-
rby, Virgil Abrsher,
an, Nola Scott, D.
J. c. Gray, J. A.
A. J. Richardson.
The German radio report-
ed that 140 allied troop
transports and tankers, the
British battleship Malayi,
two aircratt earriers and
live cruisers were in port
at Gibraltar — a potential
sign of further big scale
action in the .Alediterraiiean
zone in concert with the
| Texas Cotton Association.
For 21 years holder of these i
j posts, Murray was reelected j
j yesterday at the association's ;
I meeting in Dallas.
W. L. Walker of Houston was j
I elected new association presi- j
; dent and R. L. Dixon of Dallas j
was named vice-president.
Friendly Club Has
Social Meeting At
Mrs. Ross Clayton's
ib met Wed-
ayton is new
jted to donate $2
- Mrs. Wallace
• t rotary read the
i lie next hoste-
were served to
Frost, Jesse Cole-
y, Harry Gilliam,
Welch and Ted
Moscow reported that the
Red army stand on the upper
'Donets hal been successful,
I blocking concentrated German
; efforts to smash across the
: river. The Soviet defensive vie- i
| tory appeared to have eased a j
j grave threat on the southern !
I front as the time for the spring !
anil summer campaigning near-
Ivan Maisky. Russian amba.s- 1
sador in London, said the Rus- I
-Jans expect the Unite'd States i
and Rritain to throw their max- j
imum effort at once into the I
fight against Germany. Signifi- j
cantly, he said that "the future !
of our relations are being fore-1
ge l in the course of the Avar.” |
The cleanup in Tunisia, how- j
ever, was regarded as an essen- j
tial forerunner to further allied
commitments. None here doubt- I
ed that the Axis ultimately would i
be driven out, but the job was j
expected to require hard fight- j
BOSTON, March 25 —(UP)—
Fifty-five of the 74 crew mem-
bers of a medium-sized U. <3.
merchantman are dead or miss-
ing after the ship was torpedoed
in the icy Atlantic late la.-i mon-
th. the first naval district re-
Only 19 men survived 10 days
afloat on rafts or life boats and
One man died of an illness in- ■ U h< n constipation brings on discom-
, . , ... 1 'ort after meals, stomach upset, bloating,
currecl prior to the sinking, dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue, and bad
Three others were killed by ex-
plOdlflg torpedoe.- while 51 still move. It calls lor Laxative-Senna to pull
were listed as mis-ing after res- ! the trigger on those lazy bowel-, com-
cue shins ,n olanes searched >mt l Wlth SyruP ^epsin for Perfect ease
euc • nips It. pianes seareneu t0 your stomach in taking. For years.
the urea wiiorc the ship went j many Doctors have given pepsin prepa-
Full the Trigger on
Ease for Stomach, too
Starts 25th Year
As Colton Leader
DALLAS, Tex., March 25 —
(UP) — L. T. Murray of Waco
today goes into his 25th year as
vice-president, general manager
and secretary-treasurer of the
rations in their prescriptions to m;ike
J medicine more agreeable to a touchy
I stomach. So be sure your laxative con- !
tains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on I)r. Cald- j
| well’s Laxative Senna combined with !
i Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the
; Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and
; muscles in your intestines to bring wel- •
come relief from constipation. And the I
I good old Syrup Pepsin makes this la.xa- i
| live so comfortable and easy on your i
: stomach. Even finicky children love the
j taste of this pleasant family laxative. ;
Take Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Senna com-
i bined with Syrup Pepsin, as directed on ‘
j label or as your doctor advises, and fee!
world’s better. Get genuine Dr. Caldwell’s
n real trouble
inside you or youi
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