Timpson Daily Times (Timpson, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 234, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 20, 1943 Page: 2 of 6
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The Balias Meriting lews
regret! it* iasMity to supply it* readers with as
many copies as dbe public demands. However
tbe publishers, in compliance with Government
wartime regulations calling foe the urn of leu
newsprint, have been forced to **freeee” the
volume of circulation within this community.
• • •
WHEN MORE PRINT PAPER IS
AVAILABLE WE WILL BE HAPPY
TO LIST YOUR SUBSCRIPTION. | (
PLEASE ACCEPT OUR THANKS FOR
TOUR VALUED PATRONAGE IN
DAYS CONE RY.
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T. J. MOLLOY.....Editor
S. W1NFKEY - - Business Mgr.
Entered u second class mat
' »r April 17, 1006, *: the poat-
ufflee at Timpson, Texas, under
the Act of March 8, 1879.
Published dally except
Thursday and Sunday, in
Timpson, Shelby county, Tex-
One year $5.00; six months.
$8.50: Uit.e months, $1.25;
*»ne month. 50c.
A THOUGHT FOR
Nothing can bring you
peace but yourself;
nothing can bring yon
peace but the triumph
. . . Emerson.
Governor Urge* Purchase
of Christmas Seals
Austin, Tex., Nov. 20.—Gov-
ernor Coke Stevenson today
through a formal proclama-
tion urged all residents of Tex-
as to do their part in the time rise in tuberculosis can be
Dr. Z. 7. Scott, Austin, treas-
urer of the Texas Tuberculo-
sis Association, the state goal
for this year’s Seal Sale is
The Governor's proclama-
Whereas, the Texas Tuber-
culosis Association is facing a
critical year in its so-far victor-
ious campaign against tuber-
culosis. Tuberculosis, like all
other diseases, increases dur-
ing time of war. Tuberculosis
is the first cause of death
among persons between fifteen
and forty-five years of age.
Whereasi we are faced with
a crucial shortage of manpow-
er and cannot afford to let tu-
berculosis make further in-
roads on the health of our po-
tential fighters, our industrial
and industrial workers, and
our homemakers; and
Whereas, the Christmas
Seal Sale is the sole support of
the Texas Tuberculosis Asso-
ciation and its affiliated local
Now, therefore, I, Coke
Stevenson, Governor of the
State of Texas, do hereby call
upon our people to contribute
to the anti-tuberculosis cam-
paign through the generous
purchase of Christmas Seals
during the annual sale which
opens on Monday, November
22. It is hoped that a war
prevented in this St^te and na-
Texas Tuberculosis Associa- tion.
tion and its affiliated county In testimony whereof I have
organizations, which opens on j hereunto signed my name offi-
Monday, November 22, andicially and caused the Seal of
will continue until Christmas.; State of Texas to be affixed
The Christmas Seal Sale _
the only, appeal for funds the
tuberculosis associations make
during the year. According to
hereto at Austin, this the 19th
day of November, A. D., 1943.
Coke R. Stevenson,
Governor of Texas.
There’s . another—Thanksgiv-
Coming ap—’twill be Thurs-
We will be closed—the entire
May we keep this tradition
Friends and customers—may
we rely—upon you—to keep
this in mind?
And buy your supplies—one
day ahead from your favor-
ite—Old Number Nine.
ii > his mm
Your. County War Fund is another "Victory weapon."
The United War Chest of Texas through war fund
organisations in every county of the state is charged with
the responsibility of raising $4^85,781.00 for the 17
approved war appeals of the National War Fund. The
national goal it $125,000,000.
Each of the 17 participating agencies was carefully
budgeted to stretch every dollar, contributed Wore it
received the approval of the Preridsnt’s War Belief
Texans now are being asked to take a Texan's share
in their County War Fund* to aid three fronts with one
gift—the Military tram, the United Nations Front, and
the Home Front Bemember, President Roosevelt be
said that a share in the National War Fund is a share fat
winning the war. Use this “Victory weapon." Give to your
County War Fad. •
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Sr UriMS Sm.'i Santa.
* Wn Maanara MS
* irfttaaa War SaM Maty
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Molloy, T. J. Timpson Daily Times (Timpson, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 234, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 20, 1943, newspaper, November 20, 1943; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth812331/m1/2/: accessed January 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Timpson Public Library.