Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 81, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 5, 1944 Page: 2 of 6
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Wednn.; April 5, 10*4-
evenson dFvided o.\ session;
AUSTIN — (UP) — Governor
Stevenson and Lieut.-Gov. John
Lee Smith are split on whether
a special session of the State
Legislature should be called as
a result of the United States Su-
preme'Court ruling that Negroes
must be admitted to the Demo-
cratic primary election.
Stevenson says he does not
believe action by the legislature
will be effective. Smith says if
i lie mate will repeal ail its laws
he docs not see how an effective
i he parties will be free to make
their own rules and limit mem-
Smith says it was because of
the state laws applying to pri-
maries that the Supreme Court
made its ruling. Stevenson says
he does not see howd an effective
primary election can be held
without some statutory recogni-
tion, to tie it into the general
Stevenson and Smith split be-
fore on whether a special session
of the legislature should he call-
.si to facilitate soldier voting.
Smith said today: “If there 's
no session, it boils down to
this: The soldier can't vote. Th ?
Little prospect is seen that
Stevenson will change his mind.
He announced his view yester-
day after he and Attorney Gen-
eral Grover Sellers studied tha
primed report of the Supremo
Court opinion. Both Stevenson
and Sellers disagreed with the
opinion and it was decided to
ask for a rehearing.
Meantime, the split ha* cle-
an* l a situation that precludes
Stevenson going to the Demo-
The U. S. isn't the only nation that has to contend with strikes in
induatries vital to the war effort, as the above map of British Isles
shows. Despite pleas of union officials and a government crack-
down, some 135.000 men remained idle in England's coal mines and
shipyards In a “work or fight" move, government issued notice;
to report for military draft to 25,000 apprentices striking at
Protein Meal How
After April l ln 'Texas, pro-
cessors no longer will be requir-
ed to obtain a statement from
huvers approved by the county
AAA Committee in order to deli-
ver more than 500 pounds per
month of protein meal to an in-
The required statement re-
garding the use of more than
500 pounds of protein meal mon-
thly in mixed foods also will be
eliminated, said Demp Kearney,
county Triple A officer.
This situation has been effect-
ed I iv revocation of Director's
Order No. 2 of Food Production
Order 9, Revision 3, which was
ued December 21, 1913. On
that date, the 500 pound plus
deliveries were prohibited in
New .Mexico and certain coun-
i ties in West Texas, unless giv-
en special approval by County
Agricultural Conservation Com-
mittees. On January 1, 1944, the
area was extended to include Ok-
lahoma and the entire State of
Requirements of the Decemb-
er order did not apply to set-
aside protein meal or to soy-
tiean oil meal produced under
contract for the CCC.
LIMITED SUPPLY OF PENICILLIN
TO BE RELEASED TO CIVILIANS
,i ctT1- •
CLEVELAND, O. — (UP) —
Immediate Stock Market Outlook Uncertain Easter Parade Will
But Babson Is Bullish On Long Pull Be As Colorful As
vestto, 16, thought he was going
to Sen Diego, Calif., when he
stowed away on o U. S. Navy
vessel at Boston, Mass., his
home town. He discovered bis
mistake far at sea, en route to
the Mediterranean. Sympathetic
Yanks took him under their
wing when he was put ashore
at Naples and he doesn't seem
downhearted as lie prepares to
dip into Navy chow.
A limited supply of medicine’s
newest wonder drug — pehclllin
—may be available to civilians
Since it was discovered, every
particle of the life-saving mould
has been earmarked for the arm-
ed forces, nut expansion of
production has been going on by
leaps and bounds, in spite of an
acute shortage of chemists and
A government chemist today
told tlte American Chemical Soc-
iety tha* the difficult penicillin
program has been pushed throu-
gh. Twenty plants throughout
' the country now are producing
I the drug. And some of it may be
; made available for civilian use.
Incidentally, a new super-vi-
tamin lias been developed in the
lalKiratories of the Burden coin-
! puny. It’s called methyl. Actual-
ly, it's a familiar poison in wood
i alcohol. But compounded as a
vitamin, it is helpful to the diet
in egg yolk, soybeans, numerous
meats and vegetables.
Negro Beaten 8 to 1
In School Election
DALLAS - (UP)—Final re-
turns in Dallas’ school board
election show that the Rev. M
H. Jackson, Negro Baptist
preacher who aspired to a place
on the board, has lieen defeated
by tin 8 to i majority.
Jackson was defeated by Fred
D. Danford, who sought reelec-
tion for Place No. 2. Danford
received 22,318 votes to Jack-
The Negro minister received
votes in till precincts of his dis-
trict. However, despite an act-
ive campaign, the Negro vote
was comparatively light for they
did not vote for Jackson as there
are 0,528 Negroes qualified to
vote in the district.
R. L. Thomas, who was unop-
posed, won Place No. 1 on the
board, and Dr. David \V. Carter,
hoard president, defeated W. L.
Smith for Plaee No. 3.
WASHINGTON — (UP)—The
work of Navy chaplain* ha* -
come In for some high praise 0
from high quarters. _*
Secretary-of the Navy Frew*,.
Knox told newsmen yesterdgy*
that the Navy is fortunate In
having chaplains who take their
duties with extreme seriousness, . 0
and share hardships and risks 9
with the sailors. si..
The Secretary also made pub-
lic a lettter from Admiral Hal-
sey which said the chaplains
I,jive proved themselves worthy 0
and a credit to their churches. »
Now read these facts
Not long ago, women didn't
discuss periodic pain. Now they
openly praise C’ARDl’I’s 2-way
help. Taken as a tonic, it usually
pops up appetite, aids digestion m
bv increasing flow of gastric
juices, thus helps build resist-
ance for those trying days. Tak-
en as directed 3 days before the
time, it may help relieve purely
functional periodic pain. Praia- m
ed for <52 years! Next time try
BABSON PARK. Mass. — The uncertainties over the holding
stock market is rules I partly by; of our war prosperity: to fear
emotioa Recent activity has'that the post war era may not
given investors new life: but i bring the expected demand for
most investors continue hesi- consumer- goods; to discussions
In Former Years
ON THE AIK WITH
over the corporate and personal
tax ituation; and to confusion
tant or seek special situations.
Last summer they were optimis-
tic They looked for great new . _
developments in housing, elec-;" 11 •
tronlcs and other industries. ti* ■■ l Ids uncertainty may eon-
Then they became worried over jtlnue for some time. With cor-
taxe . national debt and recon-, potations maintaining a profit
■rsion. Now they worry about 'level averaging only that of re-
........-.....m'. UU'.T.V.u . I politics and the “Invasion.” rent pre-war years, security
w gome ui^erstapding wlth the Ivfy(-a are RISING prices may rise sui---------“
SZS the State! Smith | More than 50,000,000 indlvidu-1 When the present psychological
ratie National convention with- j
NEW YORK — (UP)—There
are signs that next Sundays
Easter parade will )*e just as
colorful as it ever was despite
the somber shadow of war.
Judging from Palm Sunday’s
preview, America’s third war-
time Easier will be overflow-
ing with jewels, furs, flowers
and bright print dresses. Khaki i
and navy blue uniforms will h"
ire-war years, security ,ho onlv detractions toning down l
mav rise substantially, j ,hf, 1>ri|Iiant hues and glitter-
lie nresent psychological I jnK;) I
iiei'omes acting Governor
■an convene the legislature.
DAR Chapter Is
Mrs. Fred Wills
an(i and corporations own War |uncertainties are over, good- stores along New York's fnm- i
i Bunds totaling in value about grade indu trial stocks could j' j.--l(-tAvenue are jammed.
• 7.«NM).000.000. The longer the;easily ell 50 per cent higher wilh sDrinemlnded females
• W .r lasts the more such fund* than they are today! I give five
will pile up. By December 31, additional reason- therefor:
r»44. this may rise to more than 1. \ few "blue chip" stocks
;0.OC0,000,000. Money in eircu-
a lion has increased rapidly To.
; i r!v foui 1
with spring mim led
searching out gay bonnets wit.i
wispy veils. Costume jewelry j
Store’s are laden with trinkets
a; ars Tlq,-, l Jlo'.V , > .
’-iTxHi.rnu.OO'i. Ir include- .u:d
Mrs. Fred Wills way hostess
i members of t lie Nancy Harp-
er chapter oi the DAR Tuesday
•i chapter ot the DAK nje*ua> siu.ooo.ooo.otKi.
diet noon at her home, 800 Tam-I _. ,,, s:;
Mrs Walter Boothe regent,
.as in eharge Mrs. E. J. Wood-
ward, chairman of conservation,
spoke on the wiki life around
Mr Sidney Woodman review
ed the DAR magazine, a month-
ly publication. Mrs. Wilson Bar
ion was welcomed as a new
Tiie next meeting will tie May
! with Mr R. C. Crane.
1 > ”" ‘“c Htores are laden wnn innwis
an- hr. h. but most stocks 1ook|an,, shop tnr,,s nro avalanched
cheap t - me. For nearly u’n ;witli buyer- eager to squander:
•v. r.vUilng exqcpt sUxks ,,r,Vious ration stamps on |
»,T)tKi,no.'i.0Ofi ir includes k . 1 . *ate has gone up. We: foot-glamour for the style pa-
■sh not represei.tcd by bank ia. r..yiug more today for la-, ra,j,,
deposit- A gr»;<: deal i hoarded b*uy iitgh-KL.de bonds, insurance, However, the, traditional Ea~- j
currency. and al sorts of commodities. I ,rr lr;,pp|nNs f(,r children have;
BANK DEI’OHITH Similarly, we will pay more for fo,t tI)Urh of war. hut onlv1
I kink deposits nov. total near -ti< k gent I v. Of course, chocolate j
About 7 per I he supply of Mock- is dr.'• bunnies and eroamy Eu-ter egg
ill till I* ('V. lll'W 1 liaVtf irn,l Imnnlnc
.Mu,’,.,,.,.. i I'.* •*' •». * * , * • bunntos and rroamv iey>ier
or Mime sr. KKUiooiKHi lx.-, ing up Few new issues have ;ir,, extinct, but stuffed bunnies,
• /% \ inroo , o/,mn ,,i. f})«• Huu’ki’t in recent * ■ ____• c«eon
coni ______ ,_rf
longs to individuals. \ large come
part of this could find it way year- llcive. demand may ex-
into the market Recent talk of cccd thc -upply.
providing ex-service men with :t. \V( forget the great foreign
ir.nu- "f S3.5(Xi to 85,000 each market tha* has always existed
cheapness for \merican locks. When pres-
regarded ent liksked currencies are re-
seems as ica-ed. a good many Europeans
indicative of the
rith which money i-
in some quarters It
/OU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FR0M>,
If p-M wnffr-r from hot flnshM.
wnn. nwfvfmw Jrrltoblr ar^
st bhif nt timiw—flu# to th* func-
ltioh»1 • mlfld'tk.atte’- period r>«siiisr
v> tonsil try I-Tdlo ■ PlnShstn »
- . ....---- - . -,M*“ » * ••• .
Ivttfrifiiplo Com pound to rwli^veau^h
.materia It >''Ipi nalurW Fellow
Ubp) elr- thi.ji
LYDIA t. PINKHAHTS SSK5KS
if more individuals will decide
to exchange their dollars for
-lock market equities a< infla-
tion creeps upon u-
I’ERMIV \l, AM)
In thc past two years, Install-
ment purchase obligation*
mortgages, doctors’ bill
will .(-rumble for our stocks.
I. The deferred demand for
con. urner. good- should keep
out pioduetive rapacities busy
and take up much -lack occas-
ioned li> the It. -enitig of war
. — ini: me Domestic markets
home will tie large. We should also on-
and joy a good export business. Ku-
< tiicr personal detit* h;ivc lieen ropi.m eounliic.-. our Latin-Am-
ni-srlv cut in half. Thi-- mean- eihan ncighlsirs and Africa
indirect savings of some S5.IW0,-. have plenty of gold reserves.
(Ssi.tHs* l'. s WHITE citizens They will provide ca ll markets
me becoming sy tcmatii saver for our mercliandi <• Ru -ia
,oid an- well fortified with liqui*l -hould continue a good cus-
apital. While receiving wag*-,
they arc satisfied with low yields
from government bonds. How*
,.vcr, as living costs expand, pco
pie must either spend their sav-
ing nr Inve-t them in higher
vielding securities Hence, an
ret im to th . ............ ............. -......-
1,,,'k m'c.ket first a1- .t source handled intelligently. Something
i aicnrne and-e< ond. ;c a myans will also t« done t(| ease thc
f maintaining capital in the c;ip|tal vain, tax and to ellml
Kxci profits taxes will
, cci uilnly lie reduced it not ellini-
ti.it< d. ( arpornie taxes are at
their peak In a few years the
tax trend may lie reversed. I
furthei believe that busines
, controls from now on will
i ducks and chicks, made of non-
priority fluff, are as plentiful j
Flowers are the same as in
previous Ea ter. Roses, camel-
lia.- and gardenias are in abund-
ance to grace my-lady's new
-pring suit or coat. Potted
plant , with the exception of im- ]
ported bulb and tulips, are on
hand. But the prices will be
higher, 20 to .'!0 per cent a a \
matter of fact.
So, needle to ay more, thi.
Easter will l>e colorful. But
there will Ik- an undertone of
war anti . adnoss, too, because
not only will next Sunday bo otic
third wartime Easter, but It will
also is- the ccond anniversary
of the fall of Bataan to the Japa-
TIH RSDAVS PROGRAM
7:00 lluwdy Ncightior.
7::(tt MihhIs in Music,
7:.V» I’. P. News.
N:IMI I ji ini' at ’Em,
K:I.*> S) inplioiiic Moods,
N::tO Morning Devolioiml.
K:4.1 Walt/. Time.
!WKl t'. P. News.
0:1 .A Home Folks Frolic.
11:IA The Band lor Toda).
Itt.iNI F. P. News.
10:0.5 Melody Time.
10:15 Mush- by Lugat.
Gems nt Musir,
10:15 Iticliard ladhert.
I Ism Deep River Boys Quartet.
11:15 Ret lections in Rhythm.
11:30 t uiieerf Band.
11:15 Hymns Tou lane.
I2:<S1 l'. P. News.
12:15 Noontime Band Wagon.
12:30 Qulek-Rld Program.
12:15 Your Exchange.
ISSt I'. P. News.
MS, Xfarkel Summary.
1:11 Musical Inin lode.
1:15 Henhouse Jamboree.
1:50 Novelty Time.
1:45 t'hureh o( t lirlst.
2SM1 All lte<|iiesl Ilnur.
3:00 Texas News.
3:10 Amerlean tilrls in \cilon.
3:15 Music Salon.
3:101 Concert Hall ol Ilo- Air.
I:0U F. P. News.
1:05 Hillbilly Emile.
4:15 I hnrrh in the Wildwood.
1:30 Foe Dancers Duly.
5:00 Pinto Pete.
5:15 Modern MehMlii'*.
5:30 Here A There in 'lusic.
11:00 Dinner Vlnsic.
0:15 F. P. News.
11:30 Kvuslon in Silence.
11:15 Ynrlely Times.
7:00 Pnhlii Forum, I'. II.
7:15 Let's Bailee.
H3NI Sign till.
Need Not Worry
CLEVELAND — (UP)—Am-
decline in the value of
IIIY nil \ Ds 1X1* IN I EREH1
High grade Industrial bonds
now yield an average of about
2.50 per cent. Most tiank“. aside
from the cooperatives and mu-
tuals, pay only 1 p*'t. to 2 pet
nate the double taxation of stock
I DM 1,1 SION
I do not fear inflation if wo
can continue industrial produc-
tiiit* "it a large scale. I do not
look for bank < redit liquidation.
no important decline in
Hostess To Circle
Circle one of the First I’n -by-
j tprin ii ehurch met Mon*!ay afler-
__________ noon with Mrs Dent Beall aa
is11 erican scientists say that our hnste .
dwindling gasoline supply need Mi Maud Gla,-. Hnle cbair-
not worry the nation’s motorists man presided for iiusine New
The American Chemical So- officer for the year include
ciety, at it stiring meeting in Mrs. f;... , ehairinan: Mr Ed-
Cleveland, has been told that all I win MacQuecn. ti- .i-iin r Mrs.
the cars in the United States j j)0n Smith, -ecretary, and Mrs.
could he run. if necessary, on <'baric Lewi- tcaclu't-
marsh ga.-, methane. Till prod- Relre-hment were erved to
in t is obtained from natural gas, m niemlKi and two gue-t Mr...
petroleum refining and coal pro-] imvifl Vh-ker and Mr I \V.
iii'ci" ; For income ati<l pro- Voninvoditt* Mo.-t of our ex-
lection, i i vest nr- are Ixlter off ' <•»• employed. nunilK* ring about
MRS. .1. K. < Fyfhlwk
in War Bon'l* The AVERAGE
yield from high-grade ,t.'«-k* will
rm about 1.75 per cent. In iiv
dividual instances, yiehi- of -
per ct nl H) per cent in g<"sl com-
panic no” mav i*' -ectired. In-
vest or* desiring nr h return®
sliouhi act now. They may not
he available long.
T im d market action during
ref ent month* has I icon duo ft
ti.iKKijKK) people, will go tiack to
their home*, their .-chools, the r
farms. >r into permanent retire-
ment 11 ft el the Wat lienee, thi:
Wage earning group will lie off
tlie iiayrolJ . They will leave
room for the regularly employ-
ed for manv demobilized sen--
I,-., men NOW IS THE TIME
I OI! 19 -INFSSMI.N AND IN
VESTORS TO QCII WORRY
INC AND TO HAVE CONFi-
DBNCE IN TIIE MONTHS
The report, rend by Dr. Gun-
tav Egloff and Mary Alexander
of Chicago’ Universal Oil Prod
mi* company, aid: “If driven
by neei -ity to use methane as
motor fuel, the United State
could fioubtlf make the change,
We have ounes of natural gas,
petroleum apd coal."
_____ t V. — -..... -
Tipton, auxiliary president.
Lister Not To
AMAZING NEW OVERALL PAINT
PRODUCT OF I.'. S. C1VPWUM CO
(if.es Right Over Wall PapPlf and nif.st
Interior surfaces. _____
OCK OF ALL COliOR
WE CARRY PI'LL
404 EAST AVE. A
BRYAN BUCK LUMBER CO.
L. A. Lister, who recently on-
• ------— “ nouneed hi' candidacy for ff.m-
si Nit FE GOP WINS | mi*sif.ner of precinct No. 3, Is
V i \ FE N M (Fl’i— today withdrawing from the
Complete unofficial r e t u r n a
r rz St?1«s asK
cl;' hL- " r . ,n Motor enndidnte In order that he eon
Sum. ke city H‘ i<m Mayoi , ote hi full time to hi* farm
Manuel Lujan polled a total of . . .
3 (ViI vote to 2.137 for Former j "n
Gf.vernor John Miles- Democrat. < ‘
lsi«n Lumber c«.
The Only LIPSTICK
That Stays On.
Keep thc gleam in your
eye and bannish crows
feet with Martha Tur-
ner's Eye Cream.
MARION U. MAY
to. ««>•. •* “•
^ to. And ‘
^ Metric IoAom* .
««T JJU," Mouthful With
out H,h«ln, .oldiw.
ITilnr«. and xnaxixvRR.
Help Your Newspaperboy
By Having His Money
Ready Each Week!
Fi'i.m everyone’* iiew|.fdnt but his,
yi.ur Newspaper ( arrler’s problems are
little ones. While war has made the
newspaper more important than ever,
• In- cost remains the smallest of your
regular household bill* , . . yet roller!-
log those little hills Is the biggest part
of hi* little business, for Id* profits dr*
pend upon Ills rolleetlnli*.
The fact that the bill IS so small, causes many folks to neglect to
provide for its prompt payment. Many folks who would never think
of putting off a large bill, like rent, for example, think nothing of
having their carrier make extra trips to collect. But when he must
make repeated callbacks he must earn the small amount he makes
out of your paper bill two or three times.
Those Are His Troubles. Help Him Solve Them
Pay Your Newspaperboy on His First Calll
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