The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 144, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 17, 1937 Page: 3 of 8
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city tonight aa 8W stwi-heli«il
state police, reinforced by 400 vol-
unteers of the citizens’ "vigilante
army,” patrolled the streets.
Furnaces Spurt Sparlks.
A dull red glow from the (Trent
blast furnace*, enlivened by spurt-
ing showers of sparks, told that the
production of steel was going ahead.
Outside tha plant, on a seven-mi #
front, hundreds of CIO workers—in
shirtsleeves and suspenders in the
[Mrs. fcnos L. Ashcroft and daugh-
Annc are in Dallas for several
We have over 200 samples of up-
holstery material.' Will be glad to
bring samples and make estimates.
Call 41. Camp Furniture Store.
Mrs. J. C. Tirado Jr. and son Ter-
ry Mac of Austin are here this Week
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr».
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Connor of Bar-.]
lingen, who have been here visiting
idra. Connor's parents, Mr. ami Mrs.
H. Hartsfield, left yesterday tor
Dallas, their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Varner Stinson of
Durant, Qkla., and Muss Susie Stih
ton of Kerrvillc have returned home
from a visit here With Mrs. J. B,
Mrs. J. B. Mortis, Mrs. W. M.
Young, Miss turllne Morris and Jno
Morris arc spending the day in
Dallas attending the Pan-American
JAMES DUNN in ' Venus Makes
nubia," with Patricia EUls. at the [
Fusion one day only, Friday.
[damn' Pogue is spending this week
j Dallix with his aunt, Mrs. Fred
Ikton, and family.
Hats, 98c. Foster’s.
p|snnine Burroughs Adding Ms-
pie Paper—the West—at The Echo
Sir. and Mrs. Howard Lamb and
Idren are here from Paris visiting
mother, Mrs. Cub VanTey.
■hoes, $1.95. Foster's
htrs. J. M. Biggerstaff and Mrs.
11. Tramel are spending today in
Shclah Fling is here with her
grandparents. Dr, and Mrs. H. R.
Long, while her mother is in Baylor
Furious fighting, and lightning
gun play! Tom Tyler in "Cheyenne
Rides Again,” at the Broadway on
Friday and Saturday.
R, V. Lowry and daughter Ruth
of Dallas were here today visiting
Mr. end Mrs. J. A. Pounds and
See M. C. Bailey about that fire
Insurance, city or ferns property.
fpe the last episode of "The Vig-
tes Are Coming," at Broadway Tuesday, June 15, 1037
day and Saturday. been named Betty Jane.
Mr, and Mrs. H. C, Herron an
pounce the arrival of a daughter
>n a business
|ilk Dresses, $1.91. Foster's.
Jr. and Mrs. J. K. IVim arc
pding the latter part, of the week
Houston and Austin.
Mrs. Abel Pate was reported quite
Sick today at her home on Connally
Hats, 98c. Foster's.
Mrs. Roger Parnell of Shreveport,
La., who is visiting her piother. Mrs.
('. C. Crosby, is confined to her bed
with a severe cold.
-at Tha Echo
A. Sturdivant of Peerless is
to He in town after several
C. Bailey is the man to see to
| that car re.fins need. d!7-6t
lom Tyler in “Cheyenne Rides
|tn,' at the Broadway Friday and
i have leased the Cafe in the
Commercial Hotel, cleaned up
good condition and will serve whole-
,orac foods. Come to see me.
<115-3tc CUS LILLY.
Mrs. Homan McMuiian of Dallas
took her mother, Mrs. M. L. Parnel!
to Dallas today for medical treat
For tha hast barbecua ia Taaas go
to Irwin's Market on Connally Street,
across from the Mission. Wn can
also cook you a good juicy tender
Miss Nena Perkins of Abiltiuo,
who has spent several weeks ii
Austin, cime here the first of the
week for a viait with Sulphur Spgs
Mr. add Mrs. Chappel Griggs an
notince the arrival of a son in theii
home on South Davi* St. Tuesday
June 16, 1937. He has been named
A. L. Witcher and family, win,
have been living at the Benny Wil-
liams home on Church St., have mov
ed to Mayor Allen E. Ardls’ apart
ment. J 1
Boys’ Fat* (lets, 98c. Fostore'.
Mrs. F. M. Salas, Miss LilUa'l
Brown and Edwin Parkrt werg visit
PCs hern Wednesday from Dalian t<
btirtg Mrs. Tom Parkur, who remain
i$i £py a .visit..
R. Sheppetvrd was chairman of to-
day’s Rotary program and L. L.
Thomas presided in absence of
President J- K. Brim.
Mr. Sheppeard presented a voca
tional program with several Rotari-
sns introduced in throe-minute talks
representing classification. The talks
were interspersed with piano solos
by Miss Moielle Bernard, club mu-
Discussions were given by Wairo
Currin on agriculture; County Agent
Maik Buckingham on Extension
Service; Datus Sharp on finances,
and Iluhert Wester pn furniture,
Miss Grace C. Williams of Dallas,
mpeivLor of women’s and profes-
sional projects of W'PA, District 4,
Mrs. 1. H. Hardin, WPA supervisor
of Sewing of Hopkins and Delta
counties and Mrs. Louis Robertson,
library supervisor of Hopkins and
Hunt counties, were club guests.
Miss William* gave an Interesting
account of the county work under
her supervision, In which she stated
he work employs more women than
ntn, and that the Sewing Room for
the past month had made over 2,000
mrments; of a proposed opening of
a cannery, and in telling of the li-
brary project reported 1420 book!
mended ami repaired the past
month, and of a proposed project of
repairing toys to be distributed
among needy children during the
Chris*, maa season. She outlined the
work of tax lUlveylng now under
way which when completed will give
a complete description of county
lands and which will provide more
nx money, llie return* of which wil
be for a greater development of
county and educational development
J. W. Inman was appointed
■irovlde the entertainment for noxt
veek’s meeting and lunchgon.
IS • '■ H
Nacogdoches.--Hugh If. Bennett,
Chief of the Federal Soil Conserva-
tion Service, Washington, D. C., will
be the principal s^ejuthr it th# Skat
hot Summer night—carefully watch- Texas Soil Conservation and Flood
Control meeting to fc held in Nac-
ogdoches on Tburillay, July 8th.
(Continued from page ont)
Crepe and (liif-
[idav and Saturday
ilv. S2 <*«cl». Frost
'Miw Graca C. Williams is here
from Dallas in interest of h#r work
as W'PA Supervisor of women’s and
professional project* of District 4,
INSURANCE of all kinds, Fire,
Windstorm, Automobile, Life, and
all kinds of Bonds, We appreciate
any part of your business. W. G.
(Bill) Smith. Phone 306, tUf
Syrup Labels, either bleak ar print-
ed to order. a« Tha E>k« elUee
10,000 nonstrikers in Youngslown.
Ohio, collapsed for the time being,
at least when Frank Purnell, presi-
dent of Youngstown Sheet and Tube,
(inclined to reopen the mill* until
he receives assurance of protection
from civil authorities.
At Bay City, Mich., leaders of
picket line, 1,000 strong, attempting
to enforce a strike at the Bay Man
ufactutlng Company, warned that
they would send pickets inside the
plant to eject nonunion workers un-
less the factory closed.
An attempt by Governor Martin
I* Davey of Ohio to find s peaceful
solution to the mounting crisis re-
ceived a setback when Tom Girdler,
president of Republic Steel, sent his
regret*" that he would l»e unable
to attend Governor Dkvey’s peace
12-k*' | conference tomorrow, and reaffirm-
ed "out. determination riot to sign
.lie CIO contract.
Mr. end Mrs. F. A. Bohannon raj Millions Lost faa»Wa(«*.
tanked home Tuesday afternoon l With millions of dollars in wages
from a vbit in Mieiouri and Iowa |M)ready irrecoverably lost—the fig-
Lo» Jane Lungina returned horn*
today from Dallas where she viSitct
Lugene Beale and attended the Pan
American Exposition. Lugetie carat-
Some with her for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Cocks are here
from Togas City on a vacation vis
Ring his sister, Mrs. At A. Wilso
and family. Billy and Jack Kyle Wil
son cam* home with them from t
vi-it in Texas City,
- . .rrr 9 ; i
Mr*. John Haynesworth and Mrs
Bart Phte am entertaining today a
Mrs. Ilf. ties worth's home on Oil mo
84. with a bridge luncheon. They
will also receive gaeata for a part;
Men’s Shirts and
ad the seven gates of the big works
spread out along the winding Gone,
Mayor Shield#’ telegram to Presi-
dent Roosevelt declared:
“I earnestly appeal to John L.
Lewis through you, as our Presi-
dent, to withdraw the murderous
element that now infests the city.
"The situation ha* grown so bad
that the Strikers have resorted to
the most dastardly crime in our
nation today—-that of kidnaping.
"Will you not please save our
homes by discouraging Lewis against
such un-Ainerleaniam T"
Kidnaping Is Told.
The mayor’s assertion of kidnap-
ing was based on the story told by
Jsmes M. Moss, a worker, who re-
ported he was sieied by six men
early today, stripped of his clothing
and thrown out of their adtoaio-
bilt. , . . p J -||
On the other side of the picture,
CIO pickets at the Franklin Mill of
Bethlehem Steel complained to po-
lice that workers inside the mill had
hurled missiles at them from com-
An ugly feeling predominated.
Earlier, an explosion punctuated
Lire rhythmic beat of machinery and
the roar of f urnaces at the’Gautier
plant, in the western end of subur-
ban Woodvale, City Police Captain
James said the blast came from two
half stick* at dynamite wired to-
gether and thrown from a speeding
On the Youngstown front, in Ohio,
s spokesman for some 10,000 non-
strikers warned President Purnell
of Youngstown Sheet and Tube that
the men were getting "jumpy and
impatient" at being kept from their
Jobs. ■■ j|
See* “Ssriou* Trouble."
"Serious trouble,” the spokosmnn,
Ray L. Thomas, told him, would
break opt soon unless the mill* were
While Purnell declined to premise
hii immediate opening, CIO leaders
at Youngstown organised “flying
squads" of picket* to combat any
At Detroit in the great "battle of
steel,” CtO leaders began to enact
disciplinary measures against un-
Homer Martin, president of the
United Automobile Workers' Union,
summoned the UAW executive com-
mittee for a meeting tomorrow to
Iiian "penalties” against unofficial
A back-to-work move in Detroit
gained impetus, with the settlement
of s strike that has kept 12,000 em
ploye* of the Ternstedt Manufactur-
ing Company idle since June 7.
Court action on steel company
“protective" activities was heralded
in Warren, Ohio, where Judge Lynn
B. Griffith ordered the Republic
Steel Corporation to bring into court
all records showing how much has
been spent for machine guns, tear
gas bombs, labor ’’spies” and com-
The meeting which is expected to
draw One of the largest crowds of alike,
folk* ever ta attend an agricultural
meeting In East Texas Is beta* apoi*..
sored by the East Texas Chamber
of Commerce in co-operation with
the Nacogdoches Chamber and th
In the afternoon a
made through tha
conservation methods and
described in the morning talk*.
The retarding at soil
building up of soil fertility
serration of water reemqspqg.
problems vital to all of East
affecting business and agrb
AU persons Interested in tfcji,
nervation of our basic resou
and water, are invited to I
one-day soil conservation
DON’T FORGET f
I a ther
SUNDAY, JUNE 20TH, IS HIS DAY.
MAKE HIM HAPPY WITH A
DUALITY GIFT FROM PERKINS
.......■ ' .-.ri.-ul*..*.
4 “ARROW" . 1
Father deserves the best,
so why not give him Ar-
row ShirtH; he never lure
too mRhy. All sizes in The
new summer colors and
Dad Will Like
Whites and colors in all
sizes. Plenty of neat pat-
terns to select from, for com-
fortable wear and long ser-
ake-Up and Eat
Why not terminate your somnolent existence
by agitating your appetite through our gas-
The fish bait that never fail*—money.
For two-kits or a half a dollar you've got
A ineas of fish—fresh water Blue Channel Cat.
IMibui Fat Fryei*!
Plymouth Rocks and Rhode Island Reds
Best Blitter in Town!
It it comes from us—ifs pood!
“Come by and kuy”
Their daughter, Alice Harriett, a*
('ompxnifd them • and remained tn|
take a special course of study at the
University of Missouri.
Mr. and Mrs, Valtoh Glosup and
Mrs. Tom Parker, here from Dallas,
were in Posey Thursday afternoon
to attend the funeral of Kenneth
lrt-year-old son of Claude Dixon
who was drowned Tuesday after-!
75 Oopf* and Chif-
fon DrcKKOH. Special
Fridav and Sat unlay
only, f2 each. Frost
j CLOSES FRIDAY
The Daily Vacation Bible School
| of the Presbyterian Church will
j close with a special program of
f songs, plays, and manic Friday ev*.
S mug at 7:45 o'clock, at the church.
This school has been very success-! steel company. Then they go to
ful, and the program for the clo»-1 their homes-and try to get them back
mg exercise has been arranged to to work, telling them they will pro-
show much of the talent developed v'de them with protection,
during the past few days. The pub-, "That’s the dangerous, murderous
lie ia davitad, and parent* and Ml* elesreat—-Mayor BhaiJdn and bte Us-
atlves of the children are eapedally horn army.”^
invited. | A brooding quiet hung over the
use for Republic Steel workers on
strike was estimated by President
Girdler at more than $3,000,000
an tndependeBt'-d''nion of the Inland
Steel Company employes at Chi-
cago threatened to sue John L.
Lewi*' CIO for loss of wages dur-
ing the three-week-old strike.
“Tharc is a possibility," the inde-
pendent union statement said, "that
we may life damage suits against
every member of the CIO, levying
upon their property, if any, or start
garnishee -uits against, their salaries
if we obtain Judgments."
Ouwge> and counter-charge* flew
Mayor Shield* asserted kidnaping
of nonstrikers bad been added to
the reign of terror—the outbreaks
of riot mg, beatings, bomb-tossing
and night marauding by roving bands
of hoodlum*—that Las marked the
five-day old strike at the Cambria
works of Bethlehem Steel.
To Mayor Shield*’ accusation that
the strikers were a "murderous sle-
ment/" Clinton B. Golden, sub-re-
gional diiselor of th* Steel Work-
ers' Organising Committee, retort-
"The oply murderous element I
know of is hi* (mayor Shields’) citi*
“After he a> ms* them with tin hats,
they get lists of employes from the
We still don’t know what the bar-
ber, when he holds the mirror up
for you to decide whether the new
haircut la j satisfactory, could do
about it if\ if wasn’t.—Kansas City
Syrup Latwl*. either Mask er prist-
ed te order, ■> The Echo office
« 'ti j'ui.it*1*1 w>' ■ srei' »■*■■>•
FOR RENT — Unfurnished three-
room apartment, with private bath,
private entrance#; smith and east
rooms. Bi-e me at 504 Connally
, j „U ■■'nr'., '■ail mil. I mil- ir-.*!.*.* W«-”- M&*****
FOR RENT- Threc-room furnished
aiwrtment, at 5)2 Church Rt. Mod
ern; refrigeration. Phone 90, Mias
Myrtie Henderson. dl3-tfc
SOCIAL SECURITY Records kept
and report# prepared, for reasonable
charge. Clovi# Stewart, at Echo of-
CAN PASTURE a few cow* on good
grass at reasonable monthly rate.
See Neal Hendernon or Lester Teer.
I'li.,;, ,, dttC
WANTED-Four young ladies to ##-
stat in local advertising campaign
$4.00 to $6 00 daily. Apply Thurp-
day or Friday. Mrs. Sutherlln.
Mineral Water Tourist Camp, OK
East Jefferson Rt. d!8-2tp
Just Received t
Styled bf Aeia Brummel
‘Top” will be tickled pln$
with one of thene new tie*.
Neat colorful 8tripe* to
match any color shirt. Se-
lect two or thred t6 go
with hi* favorite ahirt*.
He’ll Never Heve Too
Cool, neat colored pat-
tern*. All ntyled to give
the utmojit in comfort and
service. Dad will thank
you the entire year if you
give him a supply of
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Bagwell, J. S. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 144, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 17, 1937, newspaper, June 17, 1937; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth826258/m1/3/: accessed November 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.