The Taft Tribune (Taft, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1942 Page: 3 of 8
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THE TAFT T1UBUNE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1942
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ill Broadcast* Drafting Farm Labor
Serious Problem In
Prosecution of War
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*RI t0T the marked & in
Wtle Inborn hm 1b N
Wid W« little b!ll8 all year &
Tttnushfd a lot of errs for t tin
j-Hser eoldiera, or who ever needed ' '
them. ; thifink the farmer is do- Tei
»mr justa* much to win the war
ae any one & theyare furnishing Ga
the enenilai thinKB that, cant bee
done without, they can win this l’l:
^*r jastas easily with out bullet* i
* '---*7 tan without * -m,-.thins; to 1
e&t < tb« way they &lc caliln* : ’
W!t the farmers «. gettton* to .
»«» rearions just look r
net-roes Mexicans & white
ihat'a net doic*
feeding them &
d ns try who wiii recall early days
and amusing incidents with Site*-
ant memories of past exptrim**#:
Rodeo Performance at Humble Twenty-Year
Beeville Stock Show Men to Meet Oct. 30 j
November 2 and 3 For Stag Dinner
Beeville, Oct. 21—fSpl.)—Two' --------
worM champions, one past and ; Ingfeslde, Oct. 25—A stag din- j
one present, are amon* 1 h»- per- ner with an interesting program !
fori£iii» who ii»ve registered to j oit entertainment has been ar-
Hde in the South Texas Rodeo in ranged for veteran employees ;
Beeville November 2and 3 Toots when the Humble Twenty Year j
Macsfleld of Bandera, world (Tub -* * fi
champion «*r?r, wit! h-. ■' . ... «vMf»n; October to. !)j
seg- the moIics(i.)d (a the air1 j-j,« a>«ettag will be attended j fj
th calve* necks, and by Humble men who have twenty j j
■Ruety MtOb'-y. one time world j m more year* of service, repre- j Si
champion bulldofger. will show j ••ntta* the tales, pipe line, pro- f ’
■tb© tough «Kf» how the ground i dnetioa and refining department* | *
feeln In the Beeville Arena. i H. C. Thaxten, president, state* I j
Performers from all parts of! that everything i» in readiness j
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*■ retary mutt
"f the A'Kun Ohamher ot Com.
m“l' ’ ■ **'lidlng out a letter to
chamber.-* ,.f commerce „n,)
...... ! ■> fttaa r>vtn;
- o •- ■ ■ c In dniBlr, *
fiirni labor that Is *».*uv ...
boili III war ami at home- jv„
ilucing food si H vital factor. ac
mm-b so ;is providing bullets and
vims, if this country I, to nmet
It. obligation* in winning th! -
war. Fanner* must produce more
t!i-jn enough to feed themselves—
,hpv mn« feed arm clothe the
people of the world who can't
provide for themselves Farme-s
have labor to help them
raise th.. surplus that |* needed
to meet then., demands.
See-efary I.ong has renrodlieed
1‘dter r« ■ utlv received |n his
office from a farm woman It h
civen hero ij, .-sactly tile w;y she
wrote lr in order that von mav
|L Jtfce owla are hoi
L* Igjnghoms at
c gjrn Tips bringing
S»| report to radio f
L gjiaaty UittHf
* s7cni»tlol,!,: K i f
tV FA A. j
• the Texae Aggies,
with Vos Box handling
■ , work and Bill'
af«. doing iho color work.
*s«t. 2-''° ov, r
KOKO. Dalias >•' >rt !
a- KXYZ, Hon*ton; KTS.-S
Antoaiti. KRIS. Corpus
itp KKi.Y VVesbico; KFilM,
jwnt VACO. Vaco.
* Corpus Chris'! Nava) Air
team travels lo Iiallas to
g M. 1.'., ' Harley .Iordan
jj*ye Russel! handling Play-
i and color, p sp<. lively
hast start-. at :-J«
kKLB. Dull-'e- KTRH.
at the «id i W*«* «<ui a * sra devir or
L:;,i people NbWtt.-' It J, put into a pipe
anything «ov. | **9® aa<, throuffh by gas
some drawing ‘ s>,8**un* ai a moderate rate of
pension* old negro heare cior- to i 11 doaiiB the Inner wall*
ua made *30.09 last week * no of tte P»P«r over distances rang
money for «oeb a bunch went to 1 ln* firwu m(- t0 miles at a
town a fi«w day* ago with my10me’ d,’P«n,3iBS on the location
husband »nvj g0t his Government' ®* or other attachment* to
allotment of groceries he has a!fb,; ,‘n'' which stop it* program,
pea-ion * U using oead wlfes ** lr‘ *eK wwored and again hi-
penalon heals. A wehave to pay! or* ,he other side of the
him and all the vent fZ.dft „ fjay obstacle where it continues its
to getanythiug done, now wheare r*°-
In the rieht the Gov. pays the Air' Gas Pipe Bine company
Bose men $4.00 if they can do hav>' been experiment-
most anything around they had in® with ,hft "PHtevH” since 1940
Or still have r. negro that worked as a meana of maintaining efft-
for nr. in the Spring isant worth dfnc3r of natural gas linen. A de-
anv thing but be has been A is vic* ot ,ho *»«»«• na,nft- but «"•
Rtill getting Ms $100 farmers Ju«* t!r'’,-ir (,,ffere9t in construction I*
cant farm like things are A the:'lse'1 hv oii companies to remove
price they have to pay some of i))Tra-3ffE from the inner walls of
our leaders never knew what ii oi! pipB lines-
merit to want for aov thing they' The deposits Inside u natural
dont have the least Ida what poor **» p,p0 ,inc ver-'', ralllutf'-
old farmers hate to go through. ™islat,I1R mostly of a. tine scale,
if they take onr non we will jUHt *“ th° *tef m,H*
have to cult * live on onr eggs tfefi p!pe w»s nianufectured. This
end butter. It, no* Just we too' ™eUlodJ>f naturRl f5
Central Itslhe whole south, please open ,!aes f*c's caB hf
•n man np thaire eyes If its posahly for Z
roa.tly registered. Friends of
Root* Felton of Corpus Christl
and Johnny Almonds of Alice will
soar; be staging "Empty Saddles"
for the last time before they
JuUl up with Uncle Sam’s forces.
; Turkey Dumbt
i With All the Tr(miui!ius«
I SUNDAY, OCTOBER S»
Mr. and Mrs. E, B. Ne*i
ON THE HI-WAY
they will give ail in the
Two other features of the two-
day event In Beeville promise to1
be bigger and better this year.
Dr. Paul Moore la taking regis-
tration/ for the quarter horse and;
Palomino show, and a number of1
new herds will be represented in i
the Hereford barns.
From the street dance thei
tflght of October St. and the!
opening parade November 2 tot
the last roar of the rodeo crowd.’
there’ll be a hot time in Beeville j
SATURDAY Oct. ?4
eyre (Honpyi Boyd
“Stick to Your
Lum and Abner
Beginning Saturday, Oct. 24, we wilF feegia to
serve regular plate lunches from 11:00 through the
lunch hours. Our food will be kept up to the tog-beet
standards, prepared in a dean kitchen by go-od
cooks. Open 5:30 a. m. to 10:00 p. m. We hope to
have the continuation of your patronage.
Tenderfoot—You’re one if you
don’t know the meaning of this
Patcuftiae Your Home Merchant! |
U, S. DEFENSE
THE DODSON GARAGE
Are you catitlod to we«sr » !
“tavget" lapel button? You !
aim If you are investing at
lens! ten percent *f your in- j
tome In War Bonds every pay !
d*v. It’s ynnr badge of pa-
SUN.-MON., Oct 25-26
Did you know that they don’t!
hung men with wooden leg* in J
China? No. sir; they use rope, i
8nan Donlevy and
I TUE5.-WED.. Oct 27-2B
Cxtrs Added Feature
’Ike World at War
S A N !> A K S
MAI1KK & GROCERY
I I ( iM.v | ok ntIDW \ <ATl RDAY. OCTOBER 23 and 24
SAI T, Carey’s. 3 for
| Hind’s lionet & Almond
1 lb. CRACKERS, Excel
HOG LARD, Ife
PHILLIPS No. 2 CAN
BABY FOODS, 3 for
POTATOES, 10 lbs
NO. 1 TALL CANS
TEA, Vi th
power as we bad in the last w*F“-“
more than all the power in Japan,
Germany and Italy.
Further, practical business! in-
agement under public regulatapsi-
has increased electric service and
decreased electric prices so modt
that.... site average family eyajof*
about twice as much dtofcfcy
for the same mrnmni of memf m
it rnd )0 to 15 year# aps.
American business management
made this possible. Because of it
South and Southwest Texas has as:
least twenty times as much power
as it had in the last war. And busi-
ness management, which its now
producing about seven-eighth* of
the whole nation’s tremendous
How of power, has provided our
country with five times as .much
U TE’LL KEEP things hum-
VV ming down here while
you’re .fighting up there.
We’ll see to it that there’s
plenty of electricity at every
switch at the air field and the
Army post—and plenty of power
for vita! industries in South and
Southwest Texas that are turning
out important materials for Vic-
Aij that fates tots of electric
muter—but Texas bos got what it
takes! CPUs tamed employees, it*
poms plants and It* transmission
system w«re ready when Unde
Kam »ktd £or power in a hurry.
Crystal White Toilet Soap
Angel Food Flour
3 Lbs. 15c
6 I^bs. 28c
12 Lbs. 55c
More psmer to yo*, J
Whatk wax' * wo«v "wtfiS kp
ready again with plenty of pmm
to help build * hem* wmMt
^ CANDY f.
W Haven Grapefruit
fee, No, 2,3 for
Bright & Early
invest in AfnerSca^Buy Wasr Bctssi
FRYERS md HENS
beef ribs, & ...............
CHEESE, LonglKwa. lb...
uewe fk ..........
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Buckner, T. A. The Taft Tribune (Taft, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1942, newspaper, October 22, 1942; Taft, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth711693/m1/3/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Taft Public Library.