White Deer Review (White Deer, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, June 7, 1940 Page: 3 of 4
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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1940:
WHITE DEER REVIEW, White Deer, Carson County, Texas
Men and products may vie for
leadership, but it is the public that
confers it. . . . And again in 1940,
for the ninth time in the last ten
years, people are buying more Chev-
rolets than any other mako of car!
APPLICATION FOR COTTON
XJune 15 has been set for the
Carson County AAA committee
as the final date for accepting ap-
plications for cotton mattress ma-
terial being distributed by the
Surplus Commodity Corporation.
A large cotton surplus has lead
the Surplus Commodity Corpora-
tion to offer cotton and ticking
to many farm families for the
making of cotton mattresses.
Such a distribution of a surplus
is far more intelligent than the
destruction of excesses of cotton
80 PACIFISTS JAILED
IN WAXAHACHIE RIOT
on the market, it is pointed out.
In Carson County the plan is
to make these mattresses in com-
munity centers. The work, will be
done under the supervision of the
home demonstration agent or peo-
ple already trained in mattress
making. The mattresses thus
made are of excellent quality.
Several Carson County families
already have such mattresses for
which they purchased the materi-
Application forms are available
in the office of the home demon-
stration and county agents, and
President of community home
demonstration clubs also have the
application forms. Those interest-
ed in making a mattress from the
material supplied should get the
applications in the county home
demonstration agent’s office not
later than June 15. Further in-
formation concerning this pro-
gram can be obtained from the
home demonstration agent or
county agent’s office. It is also
planned for the home demon-
stration agent to be at the school-
house at Groom on Monday, June
10th, from 1 to 7 p. m., and for
t,l^e county agent to be at the ag-
ricultural building across from
the White Deer school in White
Deer’on Monday, June 10th, from
1 to 7 p. in. Parties living in these
communities can obtain addition-
al information at the above places
on Monday afternoon.
The county jail at Waxahachie
was packed today with 90 alleged
members of a pacifist, religious
cult, 58 of them women.
Arrested yesterday after they
attempted to distribute literature,
they were being held pending the
return of District Attorney For-
rester Hancock, who would decide
what action, if any, is to be taken
An estimated 200 members of
the sect, to Waxahachie with
phonograph records, and litera-
ls AVE AMERICA’ PETITION
NEW TYPE SYNTHETIC
ture urging that no allegiance be
given any man-made form of gov-
Several fist fights broke out.
Hundreds of residents blocked
streets and milled about the jail
while officers and Waxahachie i
Legion Commander Ike Teague
rounded up as many of the eul-
tists as they could find.
Several days ago. County Jud-
ge E. C. Randle warned members
of the sect not to come to Waxah-
achie at this time.
At about the same time that the
arrests, were being made at Wax-
ahachie, 50 members of the same
sect were released from jail at
Odessa, several hundreds miles a-
wav. Officers took them to the
county line and told them to keep
The group at Odessa refused to
salute the American flag. Officers
rescued them from an angry
crowd Saturday night.
The Week-end disturbances were
the latest of several of that na-
ture in Texas in the last two
weeks. The first oecured at Del
Rio and others have been report-
ed from Brownwood, San Anton-
io and Harlingen.
“How is Hennery gettin’ along
with school, Eph ? ’ ’
“Not so well, George. They’re
learnin’ him to spell taters with
Every patriotic citizen in Car-
son and adjoining counties is urg-
ed to clip the following petition,
paste or copy on a blank sheet of
paper, obtain twenty five or mor
signatures thereto and mail im
mediately to representative Mai
vin Jones, Senator Morris Shep
pard or Tom Connally in Wash
ingtoin for submission to othe
members of the Texas delegatio:
We urge you to work and vot
for immediate passage of th
pending bills by Congressma
Martin Dies and others to bar a!
alien IN'azis, Fascists, and Coir
munists from entering into thi
country and to deport any no1
here along with aliens whom th
police certify to be revolutionar
We further urge prompt enac
ment- of other legislation provic
ing instant apprehension and pur
ishment for all native-born c
noturalized citizens giving ai
by carrying on “fifth column
and comfort to foreign dictatoi
We favor immediate passage (
laws making it manatory for a
radicals to be catalogued, phot*
graphed, fingerprinted, segregate
or imprisoned or kept under eoi
stant suveillance by federal ar
local authorities during the peric
of National defense prepafatic
in time of epaee as well as :
event of war.
We implore you to legisla
these traitorous trouble make
into the penitentiary or back
the country from whence the
came. This is no time to tempo
ize with these radical groups.
FARM INCOME TO BE SAMI
AS LAST 2 YEARS
FLEMINGTON, N. J., June 4
—W. S. Farish, president of
Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey,
announced today that company
technicians had developed a new
type of synthetic rubber with
which Standard Oil would be able
to supply “any required quani-
ties” to the United States.
The new rubber, he said ilaaaes
been named “butyl.”
“We believe,” said FarisjS^
“that butyl is superior to natoaadS
rubber for many uses.
BIG CROWD EXPECTED
9 Faded window shades can be
*‘restored” by giving them a
coat of bright flat paint.
New woodwork, such as shelv-
es, closets and so on, should be
painted like the exteriors of new
houses: first primed once with
pure linsed oil, then painted with
a thin paint and followed by a
third or final thicker coat.
To get the best results in var-
nishing furniture, the varnish
must be kept at an even, warm
temperature, and put on neither
too plentifully nor too gingerly.
COLLEGE STATION, June 7.
—Although the annual Farmers’
Short Course on the campus of A.
''and M. College is still a month
distant, indications are that pre-
vious attendance record will be
broken this summer. Dates for the
4-H Club Short Course are July
8 and 9, while the adult Short
Course is scheduled for July 11
Expected to be especially out-
standing this year is the atten-
dance of an unusually large num-
ber of men. This was assured
when B. F. Vance, assistant ad-
ministrative officer in charge of
the state AAA office, announced
that approximately 750 AAA sec-
retaries and county agricultural
conservation committeemen would
be present for the Short Course
as well as to attend group meet-
ings of their own.
Approximately one human in
10,000 is an albino.
Patrick’s Goody Goody
314 N. Cuyler —Pampa, Texas
OPPOSITE HIGH SC HOOL GYMNASIUM
Where Pampa Students Get Light Lunches In A Hurry
SANDWICHES OF ALL KINDS
REGULAR'DINNERS —SHORT ORDERS
Patrick’s Goody Goody
WASHINGTON, June 3—Ai
erican farmers started tin
heavy June chores today und
European war clouds which t
agriculture depa r t m e n t sa
threaten smaller financial l
wards for. most producers.
Prices of several importa
farm products declined isharp
in recent shrinking for the 1
Despite these price setbacl
the department forcast a fai
cash income of $600,000,000 f
June, or about' the same as in t
last two years.
The department said the eff<
of lower prices would be f
when the winter wheat crop stai
moving to market late this
month. Prices of the grain are
about 30 cents a bushel lower
than a month ago.
The department estimated that
the 11,500,000-bale cotton surplus
had ben reduced about 1,000,000
bales this season, but added that
factors on the demand side have
become “increasingly unfavor-
able.” Domestic cotton mills have
been less active since December,
and German invasion of France,
Belgium, and Holland, normally
j big buyers of American cotton,
' has reduced the foreign demand.
Favorable factors for farmers
and their 3,000,000 hired hands,
federal officials said, include:
An income of $100,000,000 from
sheep and lambs.
Sharply increased incomes this
month from fruit and vegetables.
Prospects for a record produc-
tion of milk this summer gnd for
greater consumer demand for
The Top 0’ Texas Fiesta
June 13, 14, & 15th.
8:30 p. m.
Advance sale of General Admission tickets, 3 for $1.00
(Tickets .at gate, 50c each).
TICKETS ON SALE AT
White Deer Drug Co.
COLLEGE STATION, June 7.
—With an estimated 40,000,000
acres of cropland and 85,000,000
acres of rangeland signed up un-
der the AAA for 1940, officials
here believe participation in the
program will be the largest of any
year since the program began.
Latest reports indicate that
more than 414,000 Texas farms
will operate under the Agricultur
al Conservation Program in 1940,
an increase over the 1939 parti
cipation of nearly 4,000 ivhile ap
proximately 1,200 additional
ranches will practice range-impro-
vement measures under the Range
Conservation Program, bringing
the unmber of ranches coopera-
ting to 26,100.
To these farmers and ranch-
men will go the greater portion
of the $89,000,000 available to
Texas for full participation in the
AAA program, George Slaughter,
chairman of the state committee,
pointed out. Full cooperation re-
quires ^planting within soil-build-
ing and range-improvement work
\ bv adopting specific conservation
In the range program the en-
tire payment is made for conser-
vation work done, while in the
farm program part of the nay-
men t is made for soil-building
work and part for taking a por-
tion of the cropland out for soil-
Driving along a country road
a man and his wife had a quar-
rel. Just when it had ended , in a
dmw, they heard a mule bray.
Whereupon the husband asked:
“One of vour relatives, dear?”
To which the wife replied: “By
marriage, darling. ’ ’
Culberson-Smalling Chevrolet Company
. . the brides biscuits
Cooking need hold to terrors for the bride who begins
with a 1939 Automatic Electric Range. Provided she
mixes her ingedients correctly, her very first biscuits,
cakes and puddings will come out perfectly. The in-
structions that come with her range will give her all the
necessary information for cooking meats and veget-
ables. And this applies to brides of 1939 and any year-
before. Come in and let us show you the 1939 Electric
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Simmons, W. W. White Deer Review (White Deer, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, June 7, 1940, newspaper, June 7, 1940; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth871925/m1/3/: accessed April 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carson County Library.