The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 287, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 3, 1952 Page: 4 of 8
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Mr*. W. W. Jonwi will be host*'
m to Chapter AB of the PEO
Sisterhood Thursday afternoon in
her home on North Davis street at
two-thirty o'clock. Co-hostess with
Mrs. Jones, will be her sister, Mrs.
F. L. 8tilley.
Mr. and Mrs. William Tramel
and daughter, Lou and Wynelle
Chapman have returned from the
holidays in New Orleans, La., and
.G.uJ/pm*, Miss, They were join-
ed during the holidays in New Or-
leans Miss Rose Tramel and
Miss Patsy Chapman, students of
Gulf Park School.
the ROKs 'have made rehiarkable
stride*' is she last year, However,
Stated meeting Sulphur Springs
THE DAILY NEWS-^LEGRAM, SULPHUR SPRINGS, TEXAS
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1952.
Miss Billie Jean Hodge is re-
potted Hi with flu,
Mia. Jake DeBord is confined to
her' home on Bark street by ill-
Mrs. Harry King has returned
to her home on College street from
Baylor Hospital in "Dallas where
she has been * Medical patient.
Mrf. and Mi*. Claude Milligan
spent Wednesday in Dallas.
. Mis. M. M. Hankins is confined
to her home d»' Connaily street
British Airman Hospital
Urges Showdown ^
Mra. Johnnie Biggergtaff spent
Tuesday and Wednesday in Dal-
las guest of Miss Nell Isobel.
ITC and Mrs. Glenn Fry will be
hosts to their bridge club Thurs-
day evening in their home on Lor
Mrs. Chuck McDonald and ‘dau-
ghter, Mrs: Jame# cross visited' in
Sherman and Greenville Tuesday;
Miss Ruth Gordon has returned
from Arlington where she spent
the holidays visiting her sister,
Mrs. Clark Lyon and family.
Mrs. John D. Bloodsworth was
hostess to her bridge club Tues-
day evening in her ijome on Whit-
Mrs. John C. Jordan will be
hostess to the Dial Study Chib
Thursday evening in her home at
500 South Moore. V
MyLand'Mrs. Jimmy Moore and
aen, Stanley left Wednesday for
their home in Austin after spend-
ing the holidays here with friends
(Bn Anmctatrd Promt
London, Dec. 3.—-A British vifce
air ihai’shai, Ceeil Bouchier, has
demanded a showdown with the
The airman said be ffelieved,
“that sooner or later we have got
to have n showdown with Russia,
put our cords orTTtie table, and
i Boucher made his statement in
a broadcast. The high ranking Bri-
tish airman has just ended a tour
of duty as the representative of
the British chiefs of staff at the
UN command headquarters in To-
kyo. . .....r
Said Bouchier: “I honestly do
not think we are going to get an
armistice, and peace in Korea Un-
til there is a real change of heart
in the Kremlin and until Russia
gives the word to go ahead.” . -
Mrs. W.lTTlarris will be host-
ess to the Thursday Bridge Lun-
■cheon club this week in her home
on North Davis- *•' . ~
——. . • _ ->..
Mrs. Tip JSparks gnd .Mrs. LUr.
lian Boucher were in Dallas Tues-
day to . be with Mrs. Boucher’s
daughter, Mrs. Miriam Hagan, sur-
gical patient in Baylor Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Leewright Vaden
have returned to their home in
a’1'Dallas after being here to spend
the holidays with her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. A. L. Spencer and other
Mrs. W. F. Bassham of Sulphur
Bluff is repprtedjo he doing nice-
ly at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. David Lemon, where she la
.confined by a fractured shtmldeL
Mrs. Mariam Hagan is reported
to be doing nicely at Baylor Hos-
pital in Dallas where she under-
went an emergency appendecto-
my Monday evening.
Elmer Seymore is reported to
be slightly Improved at the Veter-
an’s HoSpitil in McKinney where
has been seriously ill for sev-
Mrs. H. B. Onlay underwent ma-
jor dent.al surgery in Dallas Tues-
day. She is ht the home of her
sister, Mrs. Bill Hamrick and Mr.
Hamrick at 802 Glover, where
she is reported to be doing very
Mrs. Sam Ratliff and son, Brad,
of Cooper were here Tuesday to
attend the Christmas parade and
for a visit with her mother, Mrs.
C. A. Rector.
Mrs. Eugene Chamberlain is re-
ported to be doing nicely at Bay-
lor Hospital in Dallas where She
underwent major surgery Tuesday.
Mr. Chamberlain and her mother,
Mrs. Joe Tom Wood are in Dal-
- las with her. '—
Mrs. M. C. Craig has returned
from Denver, Colo., where she via- mony tomorrow,
ited her nephew, First Lieutenant
and Mrs. Charles R. Posey and
children, Charles Robert II and
Sherron Ann. Lt. Posey is a chap-
lain in the armed "service, t
Juror s Believed
(Bn AnnoriatfA Promt
Boston, Dee. 3.—-'There is much
speculation about a federal grand
jury which has been meeting in
Boston. It is believed to be hear-
ing evidence in the Brinks hold-
up of January, 1950, in which the
thieves made off with nearly oiie-
and-a quarter .million dollars in
There have been no official re-j ^*^^
ports from the hearing room, oth-
er than that the grand jury had
recessed until tomorrow morning.
US prosecutors and FBI agents
in Boston will not affirm or deny
any of tho reports. One report
says today’s,, recess is in order to
give the government ****** ‘ft8] 604* Main, announce W birth
to prepare for .mportant test.- a son WednM-day> Dec a> at ,
The condition of Jack Maxwell,
former resident of' Sulphur
Springs is reported to be unim-
proved at a Shreveport hospital
where he has been seriously ill
for several days following a
Says ROKs Can't
(By Aanoru.Cmt Prtm)
Arlington, Dec. 8. -— A senior
advisor to the Republic of Korea's
Ninth Division has become an act-
ing professor of military science
at Arlington State College.
Interviewed by newsmen, Lleu-
l Memorial Hospital visiting hours!
2 to 4 and 7 to | p- m.)
Mrs. Bill Morse ^ of Sulphur
Bluff, who has been seriously .ill
in • Memorial Hospital Tor several
week.- was' reported to be slightly
Mrs. Joe Campbell was report-
ed to be resting very well at Me-
morial Hospital Wednesday, where
she is •undergoing medical treat-
C. W. Horne of Route Two, who
has been undergoing medical treat-
ment at Memorial Hospital has
been transferred to a Dallas hos-
Mrs. H. B. Cterpn, Jr., and in-
fant son have been removed to
their home on Winnsboro Route
Two fvom Memorial Hospital,
where the baby was horn.
T. C. Webb has been removed
to his home on Como Route -One
'TbHo.vttiiJg medical treatment at
Mcmorlal lTdspital. ,
S. G. Lackey of (112 Woodlawn,
has 'been removed to his home af-
ter medical treatment at Memor-
ial Hospital. , .......
Mrs. Willie Adair of 135 East
Park is a medical patient ..q.t Me-
Mrs. Mack Medley of 602 Col-
lege is a medical patient at Me-
Joe Hunter of Emory is a sur-
gical patient at Memorial Hospi-
■ Mr. and Mrs, Bruce Williamson
of 969 College announce the birth
of a son, Tuesday afternoon, De-
2, at Memorial Hospi-
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hatcher of
1813 Galveston, Ft. WaJUv an-
nounce the birth of a daughter
Tuesday night, Dec. 2,* at Memor-
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Nolan of
!' Mr, and Mrs. .Julian D. Humph-
| rey of Como Route Two announce*
the birth of a son, Wednesdny,
i Dec. 3, at Memorial Hospital.
Claude Wallace of Route Two
is a medical patient at Memorial
| Mrs. Wesley Tunentiije of 133
! College is a medical patient at
| Memorial Hospital.
Austin, Dec. 3. — This year’s
presidential conventions have left -
' a lo.t of Texas law-makers think-
ing about revising the system.
How it should lie revised, how-
ever, appeals in for plenty of de-
bate in the legislature, which
Starts its 5?rd session on January
An Associated Press survey of
legislators shows both friends and
foes of a proposed presidential
preference primary in Texas, That
system lets the people ballot to
determine whom the state’s dele-
gation should support initially at
national party conventions.
State Senator Jimmy Phillips of’
Anglcton already has announced
he will introduce such a bill.
w (By AimociaS+d f-reui)
* Washifltftdn, Dec. 3.^—As far as
the Democratic National Commit-
tee is concerned, Wright .Morrow
is no longer its member from Tex-
as. Democratic Chairman Stephen
Mitchell said Moitowv ^ftmitted
his resignation during the cam-
paign and the national committee
subsequently named House Speak-
er Sam Rayburn to direct the cam-
paign in Texas.
Mitchell was asked about the
situation today at a news confer-
ence. He said that the- national
committee considers the resigna-
tion of Morrow official and Ive is
no-longer a member, He said it
made no difference that the Tex-
as state Democratic executive com-
mittee refused to accept Morrow’s
resignation. • •" 'vv
Mitchell did not say how ,,the
position should be filled.
posed as a government official to
get secret testimony givFn to Sen-
ate crime investigators at hear-
ings in Chicago.
An earlier indictment was dis-
missed last week after defense at-
torneys contended it .was defect-
ive. The case was presented to a
second grand jury immediately.
■ - Thy a Want
A<1 tor. Results
Texas Hit Hard
By Forest Fires
(Bn Ainarimtcft Pfmn)
College Station, Dec. 3.
has been one of the worst yeai
for forest fires in the history Of
Texas. The 1-exas Forest 'Service
Director, Dr. A. D. Folweiler of
College Station, says East Texas
forest fires burned 162,000 acres
in October and November.
Dr. Folweiier told a forestry
association meeting in.JVoodville
.that the Situation calls for an edu-
cational 'campaign among adult*
and school children,.
Try a Want Ad for Results—
W H AT
For Second Time
(fly A$noriatrd Pre*»)
Washington, Dec. 3.—A report-
er for the Chicago Sun-Times, Ray
Brennan, was indicted for the sec-
ond time today in Washington.
Brennan is charged with having
Friday, December 5th
LEARN ALL ABOUT
The American BEAUTY'
Final arrangements were com-
pleted at the Kiwania Club’s Wed-
nssday noon meeting for the or-
ganization's Radio Auction Thurs-
President Bob Lockhart ap-
pointed committees to handle vari-
ous arrangements including a de-
livery staff, a group to handle
telephones at auction headquarters
and messengers. Clovis Pinion
and H. E. (Digger) Odell'will be
W. T. Waits will be in charge
of delivery, and Tom Wingo, Dub
Cannon and Lavon Pharr will veri-
fy bids. tm
Auction headquarter* win he
located in the Payne Butane Co.
office -on Gilmer street.
P. E. W. Goodwin, general man-
ager Of the Rockwell Manufactur-
ing Co. plant, which is scheduled
to begin operation next summer,'
was speaker during the program.
Gqest was Dr. G. W. Gray.
Make Coke part of
your holiday greetings
(Hy Auorial+d Petty)
San Bernardino, California,
Dee. 3—Air search parties are
continuing the hunt for an Air
Force transport believed to have
craahed Monday night in the San
Bernardino Mountains with* 13
The twin-engine C-4? vanished
during * storm while ferrying per-
sonnel from its home base, Offutt
Air Force Base, at Omrhn, Ne-
braska, 4® March Air Force Base
near San BemsTdbio.
Yesterday searchers concentrat-
ed in the snow - covered 8,000 foot
level near Big Bear Lake, where a
Sheriff’s deputy reported sighting
s fire Monday night.
The aircraft was last heard of
labi Monday light, wheli the pilot
riiioed that he was flying at 13,-
000' feet over the Pahh Springs
' The search was hampered' by
towering cloud banks, which cut
i sn4 ibtM from Annas! BirtMsr
• br »t. PhUIr'a Bplsto.
Daily News-T«7egram *X-
rrtetings and congratula-
te the following, who ob-
1 * birthday today:
Fednesdayr Dac. 3 Tommy
Braqt f Payne, Mrs:
Mr*. David Ander-
•’ . 1 Vfl ' ■
- You can be Mire that your guests
will welcome this year-arOimtlTavorite
—always in perfect taste.
aornio uhdi» auinoiitt or tnr coca coia coar*Nr n -
SULPHUR SPRINGS COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY (Inc >
• vieybody’s coming home. Theire’U
be • crowd, and fun and surprises and mistletoe
— and tables sparkling with extra special good
things to eat. Bear* of wW, this holiday spirit
won’t mean a lot of work when you have an
electric range. Why, you can put a whole meal
for the family in the oven, go of, enjoy the fes-
tivities, and. the dinner will be perfectly cooked.
The ekact timing and precise, even temperature
witl turn out cakes and pies looking pretty as
a picture. Make this a season the family will
remimace ovef for yeats, remembering the rich,
good wonders you cooked — with no effort at
all! Yes, the electric is a range meant for happy
days all year ’round. „
SEE YOU* ElECTRIC DEALER
TEXAS POWER A LIOHT
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Frailey, F. W. & Woosley, Joe. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 287, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 3, 1952, newspaper, December 3, 1952; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth814872/m1/4/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.