The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 99, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 26, 1942 Page: 3 of 8
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d Mrs. W. P. Greer were
Una for a visit Friday.
Avinger went to Avinger
ral days visit the last of
Mr. and Mrs. Hulett Rogers of
Olney arriv'd here the last of the
week for a visit in the home of
relatives, Mr. and Mrs. A. Brice.
id Mrs. J. W. Inman and
Penelope Ann, went to
>r a visit Saturday.
Miss Ella Marie Cain of Green-
ville is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Buford Cain, during the
of Fire” at the Carnation
Monday and Tuesday.
Iraahear came home from
(te the last of the week
it with hi* family.
Miss Ruby Janette Scott of
Texarkana, came here the last of
the week for a visit with her sis-
ter, Miss Edna Scott.
Frank Buck's "Jungle Caval-
cade", at the
■nd Mrs. G. C. Halbrook
lay for a visit in Hot
Cooper and Barbara Stan-
the Carnation Sunday,
(Dub) Smith spent Sat-
Dallas on a business
Miss Lorene Braden went to
Pickton Friday night to attend
high school graduation of her sis-
ter, Miss Alma Braden.
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Powell,
of McKinney, were here Friday
and Saturday visiting relatives
south of town, and friends of th,'
HERE'S vJt/WAT I MEAN, RED.
EACH DEFENSE BOND WE BUY
MEANS MORE SHIPS AND PLANES
FOR OUR NAVY/
DON WINSLOW OF THE NAVY SAYS -
SHIPMATES, LET S GO ALL OUT
FOR OUR EXPANDING NAVY •
BUY DEFENSE BONDS!
OF FENGH PRISON
GAMP FOR WOMEN
fjmrlruy Hell indicate
umm are now running on
Ciraybound Bu» Station.
Gober of Lufkin is here
eek-end visit in the home
B Z. Askew.
All the mighty moments of
Frank Buck’s amazing career
packed into one great carnival of
thrills’ See "Jungle Cavalcade"
at the Broadway Monday and
Mi.h. Delbert Myers has been
quite sick for several days at her |
home on the Greenville highway, j
Kerr, who has been ill, is
on the road to recovery
lope and Paulette God-
tho Mission Monday and
nd Mrs. Enos 1 AsAicroft
1 home the last of the
|om a trip to San Antonio
yMurray Williams is le«v
hng the week-end for a
Uh her husband at Port
Mrs. Joe Wise returned from
Shreveport Friday, where she
whs with her mother, Mrs. C. D.
Selers, during an ill tiers. She re-
ported Mrs. Sellers improving.
Mrs, ,1. F Williams underwent
a minor operation at Co/,ad Cline*
Mrs. Neal Henderson and chil-
dren went to Sherman to visit
relatives during the week-end.
Janies Wood and Burton Me
Cockle, who are employed on de-
fense work at Grand Prairie,
came home for a week-end visit
with their parents.
I Hu A r»fiMl
! New York, April 26.— T hr
, Hnti^h rad in n portvd the 26,000-
| ton (ipr.umi battleship Gneisetmu
, wun mo heavily during
? the (iPniitUi fleet's Mil-February
---------------------------------- ! if»*h through tin* Channel that it
Mr**- II. S. Henslcc and Miaa j has !n*en laid up at the Baltic
Mary la*c HwHee repent Saturday j p<ot of Gdynia for exlewnive re-
v jailing m Commerce j pairs.
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Randall Wilkie M1kh Kdith Melhmahl in export*
ffir a vixit over the tMj home tluring the week-«*ml
W But the Truth", at the
Monday a ml Tuoswlay.
(tohm our funny hone and hope
t>> die . . laughing. It's funnier
than “Caught in the Draft.’* . . .
aud that's nothing but the truth!
See Bol» Mope and Paulette God-
dard in "Nothing But the 1 ruth
at the Minion Monday and Tuea-
Mr and Mr
went to Dallas
Mr. and Mrs. 11 K. Kay and
children have returned home from
McKmmy. where they visited hr*
! from Wichita FalU, where she has
! been v biting her sinter.
The first eye-witness story of
the prison camps for women which
have been set up by Vichy France
is told in the May issue of Wom-
an's Home Companion by Sabine
Govu, former lecturer at the
Louvre in Paris, who spent too
months under conditions unfit for
animals before her release finally
was arranged by relative** jn the
United States, whore she ha* now
ML*** Gova relinquished her
German citizenship in protest
against the Nazis in 11*87 and
moved to Paris. Despite her polit-
ical beliefs she was arrested in
1040 and finally sent to a con-
centration camp at Gurs, where
each woman prisoner was given a
sack of damp straw for a bed and
a spate three by si* feet to live
in. Food consisted of lentils, ex-
cept for one small piece of meat
a week and one potato a month.
When France fell Miss Gova
wax freed and marie her way as a
refugee to French Morocco, hut
there again she was arrested and j
sent to Marrakech. There she and
three other women prisoners were |
provided with ,a small unfurnish-
ed Arab house amt a living allow-
ance of approximately 40 cents a
day each, out of which they had
to pay 410 a month rent as well
as hoy all their food,
They slept on heaps of straw
and ate on the floor. A single
candle was their only light. There
was no plumbing, hut a hole in
the middle of the floor for slot*
ing water drawn front the com-
munity well. Miss Gova’* major
expense was for airmail stamps io
carry her letters to the United
States. Finally her sister in Amer-
ica was aide to strange passage
from Lisbon and friends in Switz-
erland were able lo obtain her
Miss Gova is now lecturing at
the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Mrs. John G. Long was In
Greenville Friday to attend the
City Federation luncheon In the
Dutch room at the Beckham
. LL 111KUH
Mrs Bryan Bingham of Arling
ton wan moved Saturday to the!
the New York, tutoring advanced
! Alice Joy'ykskew has gone
Has, when* she has enroll-
ta student of the Dallas
Billie Rose, daughter of Mr
ami Mis. Wm. G Smith, was rc-
ported recovering Saturday from
an illness of German measles at
her home on Church street.
Tyler, insti'uctoi in the Miss Alta Mae Anderson is
Aviation Corps, is here spending Sunday in Jefferson,
leorgia. visiting his parents, , guest of Mr ami Mrs. Bill Moore,
id Mrs. Jack Tyler. j fnrmet residents here, while Mr.
_______________ 1 Moore was assistant county agent.
e’s a laugh a second when.
Three tremendous shows stream-
lined into one mighty entertain
merit . . . Mere fiction pales be-
fore the amazing facts of “Jungle
Cavalcade". at the
Monday ami Tuesday
Freshly delightful comedy . . .
when jiving, glamour-dish ‘Sugar-
pus’ O’Shea moves in on seven se
chided professors to aid them in
rsearch , . . and Gary learns most
of alll See Gary Cooper and
Barbara Stanwyck in "Ball of
Fire". «t the Carnation Sunday,
Monday and Tuesday.
i hmm* of Merle Filppcn from
| Cozari Clinic, where she hail titl-
! dergone a major operation.
Charles Gilroath. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nelson Gilreath, under-
went an emergency appendectomy
Saturday at the Cozad Clinic.
A new heart-note in laughter
. . . with Gary as a scholarly prof
whose only interest was in fig-
ures of speeeli . . . till his xlung-
ie,.ear. ii with a Queen of Jive
jolts him with his first kissl Don’t
miss "Hall of F ir.*", starring Gary
Coopei and Barbara Stanwyck, at
the Carnation Sunday, Monday
student* and looking forward to
tin* day when the dictators will he
FOR BALK — 1935 Chevrolet
penel, I Mi ton truck. Used re
rently for school bun. Good farm
wagon, ice truck. New tires, J.
K. Jennings, 802 South Davis St,
TEXAS TIRE QUOTA
SLASHED IN HALF
Miss Viola Wilkins passed
Civil Service examination in Dal-
las Thursday and was appointed
senior typist In the War Depart-
ment. Misa Wilkins, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. 8. R. Wilkins, wtll
resign her position as re-eption
ist at the Coaad Clinic an May t
and will assume her new duties
on May 6 In Washington,
FOR SALE OR TRADE — 1929
Ford sedan. See W. C. Palmer.
NAZI PRINCE SENT
TO HALT TERRORISM
FOR BALE OR RENT—Furnish-
ed or tififarvifehtd, n large duplex
ht 8UK South D*vi«. Roomy and
delightfully cool. All conven-
iences. Bart Tate. d26-2t
to tell nothing but the i
for 24 whole hour*! See
ope an«l Paulette Goddard.
Dthmg ‘But the Truth," at
fvpiion Monday and Tuesday.
Billie Faye Hurri* ha*
>latent from .school the |>a*t !
til at her home on North
I.e*ter Bohannon 1* here fiom
( amp W.dtcr* visiting m the
home of hi* parent*. Mr. and Mr*.
last of the *
A & M
•ek in the home of hi*
and Mr*. J k Brim,
.Vif- A J Goode returned to
her home on Moure* Avenue the
laM of the week, after visit my; in
t • r« en\ ilie
Stewart l ry ha* returned
from (iladewatet, when- -n>
her dautrht'-r, Mi- ^ M.
and took Mi** .June We.-ter
with him a- hi* guest for A
< 'ollfge K\ vnt.«
*'s tlie laugl *rn*at»«n that
he fun of ‘Taught in the
and that's “Nothing
Pt» Truth", a* tin Mi ion
iv and Tue A*
.!*><• Ham. merchant at Sulphur
Bluff, left. Sunday for Co<:o*olo.
Cana! Zone. Panama. where he
vs ill I>• employed in
work at No ’■ ai'd
l >a v ji| < r i
to mg Mr
there \ IM
l.e-ter Smith left Saturday
ii-it with hi* daughter, Mr*.
Stir e\ epof t, uhd to
ith, who hit> teen
( fty A aavr'atr.it l“-«*M/
■Vichy, France. April 25.—Hit-
ler has oi*d*>r cd more item fprev
Sion nf terrorism in occupied
France, entrusting it to Fringe
.Ionia* of Wnldcck Pyrmont, old-
line Nazi, It was learned, a* the
wave of incident* started by
Pierre laical's return to power
apt end to the unoccupied zone
j with two bomb explosion* at
The highlights of a lifetime of | Montpelier.
-talking the kings of the jungle
parked into one gigantic enter-
tainment of excitement , , . four-
ton :.easts man-eating eat* —— j
giant reptile* lashed into a fight-j
mg fury. See Frank Buck’s
Dai id McDonald came home
Friday from ( amp Welter*, Min-
eral Well*, for several days visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mr*.
Dan McDonald, at. Reily Springs
FOR RENT -Desirable furnished
apartment In duplex. All mod
cm conveniences; electric refrig-
eration. Gall 459. dl3-tf
FOR RENT — Furnished garage
apartment. Electric Frlgidaire,
; hot water; within one block of
square. Mr*. J. Hogg*. Phone
ELEPHANTS IN WAR
MIDGET EGG IN
THE ECHO WINDOW
FOR RENT — Four-room unfur-
nished icai-agc apartment. Amp)#
Clouet Hpace. Cloned .garage. 131
Locunt St. Phone 645. Mrs. Cecil
. and J
at th«* Br<
irij; tn r
»>n>-Y ru« ! ion
N'Oth'utt arii| Rt»r»-
b.l r It-tUftH’d
' Trinidad aD» i a
!»•>) I * Mtl l i* h* 1
Mm Bh» 14» M
U’liili'.« - ihet*
(J a tight ri, Mi
merief went to
for a viKit with
and with her
| W Armi
i the horn*
t*.*»fl of ft a sc
fot nrvcmi day
of Mr and Mr
j*♦ KandojpJi Fold.
ami Mrs Sind * hapman
to CrockrU .Sunday for a
n th»* Jiornt* nf their da ugh
Yu. Joe liutnphru-s.
’ laf i
11 * IA h 'A
with Mrs. Guy
o Arl-ansa?*, t*•
kith <« I. , m»11
1 <df fit of 1 *■ xa i I eeh,
ifne to Da'U from Lubbock
vviek end \ lsit..
F A Lamhritjfht, 312 Magnolia
St., has on display in The Keiio
window, a midg* l ben egg, n«t
much larger than a marble, but
otherwise normal hi appearance.
The tfgg wa laid by one of hi*
full blood White Leghorn hen».
FOR RENT — One bedroom and
one apartment for liftht hoUM*-
keeping. Private and convenient.
( Iom* in and utilities paid. See
Mrs. Mead, 206 Gilmer St,
Buy War Bond- ar»fl Stamp*
FOR KENT — Two apartmenta,
three and five room*, furnished or
unfurnished. AIho have five-room
house, vacant May 1st. See Jack
Jb rider on. Phone 636. d26-3tc
The* war In Asia has added one
more form of locomotion to the
number already in use. Advanc-
ing across the Thai frontier re-
cently, Japanese troops rode not
in tanks nor In armored cars, but
on the backs of elephants. One
can see the lumbering, ten-foot
high beasts plodding through the
jungle and slogging through the
mud of the Burmese border, with
heavy rain falling. The elephants
probably carried three or four
fully equipped soldiers. Japanese
fighters presumably find riding
pachyderms a convenient way to
travel, for elephants possess great
endurance, can carry up to three
or four thousand pounds, and con-
sume, not vital gasoline, but the
shrubs and grasses which grow in
luxuriant profusion in that pint
of the world.
Tales of the wartime use of ele-
phants date far hack into history
In ancient times Indian princes
*allib'd forth to battle, their ##l*
diers riding in towers on the backs
of elephants. Alexander th«? Great
took a great numb«?r of elephants
on hia. Indian campaign In 326
B C. The Ptolemies of Egypt, the
tteleuside* of Syria, all used war
elephants as transports.—Ex.
get only hnU an many panMiqier
tirtn in May a* received in April
and a few more than half in truck
tire*, according to the May tire
allotment flgnre* announced at
Waahington, the Axxoeiated Free*
For paaaenger c»r» in Ten* in
May, 3,418 tkea were allotted
compared with 7,102 in April;
10,33* retread* compared with
32,888, and 11,112 new tube,
compared with 19,084.
Truck* and buxaoe fared much
better, 17.98B being provided for
May compared with 17,883 In
April, 28,608 retread* compared
with 16,024, and 24,7841 new
tube compered with 18,884.
(Hu AftUU* Hnmi
Beet Tex a*— Cooler
portion, little temperature change
in eaat portion Saturday night
Weat Texa*—Continued ceol
Saturday afternoon and tonight.
for Movie Star
* I,>ii <»*»».*•(!>'
',v'*riK, hul .i “ii< kiT
of /I Jiot -Hf*ot t^UKCn
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i rt• ifthi ri* ij rr« ‘ fit
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Hours 9 to () Daily. Sunday 9 to 6.
READINGS 0O0 and 81.00
No Phone Call* Anawered
I (lonimcrrinl ir6t<*l... Room 12
FOR RENT- To couple without
children, dewiabie three - room
apartment, with private* bath; un-
fiirni.hed. X.'8 Gollege Street.
Alfred 4‘rowaon. d28-ltp
WANTED To buy rag*, old can-
Ingh, and »i*rap iron. Friedman
Iron & Metal Go., Cotton
perise in rat
Ferntoit to share ex-
goiiqf lo far I., job
ft. B. Clark, 0«li Oil-
the oekmacj A*.Ar>M/.e.r:P , MARTIN A/ALDSFEM JLLCR.,
PiP.it AFFIXED THBt NAWt ’AMURICA" TO WHAT
Wt NOW C/Hu SOUTH AMERICA.
•«> uwi «
r u *tv ij *, Ml '**
MATTRESSES — Renovatmg, |2
up. Your old rnattrex* worked in-
U> a modern inner*j>ring cheap.
One-day service. MeTce Mattre**
kaetory. Fbone 428.
IN THE ONITEO &TATBS
2 Billion dollars
MATTRESSES — We nrake inner
.firing mattre****, new mattranaea,
re-work old matUesae*. Sam C.
Lee Mu Urea* Factory, Jeffereoa-
Jaik-'in St». Phqne 909,
I Hu a . wi.rf r,#M
Washington, April 2ft.-— Like
million* of other American* 46 to
04 year* old, incluaWe, I'rexidant
Roosevelt will regiater Monday,
but. in hi* ease the regmtiar* are
going to the White House.
A plan for making electric pow-^
er from city refuse 1. under con-
sideration in Montevideo, Uru-
guay, according to the Depart-
ment of Commerce.
itn the Army Signal
Corp* a* a buck private. Sgt
D. S. Anderson flngevprim* Hol-
dui in Los Angelas. ,
FOR bEFENSE NEEDS!
A /WAN IS N»V*B SO WHAM.
AS WHIN A WCVNAAN IS T*U-INA
MIAA HOW STHONO HE 1ST.
Cays /WU JOHN towtUXi
I F O U N U—Book of Defense
Stamp* Sec Jack Tyler at Mc-
Mullan Hardware Store. dltp
LOST — Fair of nine-inch *id»-
cutting pliers, between by
and town Friday night.
Notify Oliver Mann,
Power k Light Co.
at Texas i
By lifting Our Shoe Repair Service
The price of new ahoea Is UP . . . and will
probably no even higher! Save leather for
defense . . . and money for youmelf ... by
having your present ahoea reconditioned.
Our Service is Thorough ,.. and Price* Reaaoitable!
—MOELK SHOE SHOP
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Bagwell, Eric. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 99, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 26, 1942, newspaper, April 26, 1942; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth825912/m1/3/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.