The Brady Standard and Heart O' Texas News (Brady, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 43, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 23, 1955 Page: 7 of 8
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THE BRADY STANDARD AND HEART O’ TEXAS NEWS, BRADY, TEXAS TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1D55
Classy -F i'Ads
OR SALE—2 Bedroom home
Hillcreai Addition, 2 bedroom
with dining room 902 S. China.
3 Bedroom »»nd 2 bath* S. Col-
lege. 5 Room home and V» block
lurid North Bridge St. 2 Bedroom
and den, tile bath and kitchen
Stanhurn Addition. 1 Room with
small ai-rouge edge of town.
Trade-in of smaller homes ac-
ceptable on some of these prop-
erties, financing can be arranged
on others. M. M. BRADHAM,
OR SALE— Drive-in cafe by
owner. Redecorated, new fix-
tures, 2 small houses, lot. Part
cash. Reuson for selling, old age.
PHONE 2281, Junction, Texuv.
W. L. KELLERS.
NOTICE TO CLASSY-Fl
The deadline for killing classy-
fi-ads in the Tuesday edition
is 5 P. M. Monday, And the
deadline for the Friday ed'-
tion for cancelling the ads is
5 P. M. Wednesday afternoon.
WANTED—Couple of waitresses
aid a couple of cooks. ROCK-
WAY ( A EE, 8 miles south of
WANTED Middle aged lady to
take care of elderly lady and do
some housework. J. C. WIL-
LINGHAM, Richland Springs at
OR SALK—An A. C. Combine. I WOMEN WANTED-—Several girls
If you need a combine this is a; to address, mail postcards.
good buy. See ED BARSCH,
OR SALE—One school bus, good
motor, old body ami tires. Would
make fine hunting camp. Can be
seen at Rochelle School. Contact
C. W. THOMPSON, Supt.
OR SALE BY OWNER 3 Bed-
room home, A-l condition, cen-
tral heating, serviced for wash-
er, dryer, air conditioning, wall -
to wail carpeting. Convenient
terms can he arranged. PHONE
3922 or 2136.
Spare time every week. WRITE
BOX 161, Belmont, Mass.
WANTED — Tupperware dealers
immediately to sell fast-moving
Tupperware products. Full time
or part time work. Write your
Tupprware agent VELA BOOK-
ER, Box 768, San Saha, Texas.
Brady’s next Dollar Day is
Wednesday, September 7.
Standard Classify \ds get results.1
DR SALE 600 Acre new Pecos1
Valley farm, all in cultivation;!
fine h” well. $100 per acre. Other J
farms in same areu for sale!
which yield 3 bales per acre and
5 to 7 cuttings of alfalfa. J. L. j
HARDIN. 2020 Clovis ltd.. Lub-
)R SALE—2 Bedroom FHA
home; new 30-gallon hot water
heater, floor furnace. 805
BI.EEKER. PHONE 5771.
FOUND—Money in Safeway
Store. The owner may have same
by correctly identifying. Contact
JOE ELLIOTT at Safeway.
LOST—Black white face cow and
registered Hereford bulll. Notify
JACK LOCKLEAR, Phone 6502.
LOST—Man’s gold wrist watch,
Hamilton, expanding gold brace-
let. Reward. PHONE 2420.
DR SALK—Used Oliver power
reaper, 10 ft cut. A-l condition.
N. M. BARNETT, Melvin, Phone
DR SALE An Olds Ambassador
Bb Cornet, used only 5 months.
PAL HALLMARK, 306 W. 11th
or Phone 7344.
DR SALE—Rambouillet buck
lambs and ewe lambs, registered.
Bucks ready for service Sept. 1.
A. H. FLOYD, Phone 3883.
DR SALE Good used electric
refrigerators and washing mach-
ines at bargain prices. A. II.
MAKE your own signs, letter your
own windows or articles, indoor
or outdoor use. DURO “sign
maker” letter and number decals
at THE STANDARD.
FOR LEASE—153 Acre blackland
place, 65 acres in field, 5-room
house, well, small tank. 4 miles
south of Bangs. Sec O. B. RICH-
ARDSON at Section House or
write P. O. BOX 1181, Brudy.
iR SALE—Fishing worms! 1400
JLI) MASON ROAI).
)R SALE—Supply of 2x4’s and;
other lumber. Doors, windows,
and kitchen sinks. BARBEE
BROS., POW Camp. Phone 2130.'
R SALE—Army build-lug. bar-
acks and hospital w irds. Bur-
aias. BARBEE BROS., P#W
AMP Brady. Phone 2130.
’♦♦♦♦♦ — ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 4
EVANS J. ADKINS
211 S. Blackburn
Brudy Phone 234€
ROY 0. WILKERSON
Phone 2111 Brady, Texas
R RENT—2 Furnished down-
tairs apartments and 2 furnish-
d upstairs apartments. CALL
DR RENT Sept. 15—Large gar-
age apartment, furnished.
PHONE 3852 or see RALPH
)R RENT—3 Bedroom house,
freshly papered, close in. Write
W. M. DEANS. Voca.
rooms and bath, hot water,
rage, paved walks, bills paid.
1 W WHITE, G. W. ADAMS,
ill 9000. _
standard Classify Ads get results.
rtment, 2 bedrooms, bath,
ig room, tile kitchen, floor
lace, car port, water hill paid,
i (’Rl)THERS. CALL 8422
FOR . . .
Imported hor's d’oeuvres,
party snaek.s from the
House of Reese & Co.,
fancy canned foods, com-
plete line of monogram-
med and crystal glass-
ware and your favorite
brands of beers visit . . .
NT—2 Bedroom duplex
s*nt, floor furnace and car
'ery nice. CALL 2252.
RKNT—Furnished or unfur-
hed duplex apartment, south
ndy High School, on pave-
nt. PHONE 7484. _
RENT—August rent free 3
iom home. PHONE 4433
furnished apartment. 906
TH CHINA. MRS. GUS
S KENT—2 Furnished apart-
entx, air-conditioned Call at
OX STUDIO, or MRS. A. B.
:OX, 800 S. Church.
buy a new REMINGTON
AUSTIN, Tex.—Whether a spec-
ial session of the legislature is
called on school integration ap-
parently hinges on a Texas Su-
preme Court decision still to come.
Filed by the anti-integration
Texas Citizens Council in a dis-
trict court at Big Spring, the suit
seeks to bar payment of state
funds to hi-raeial schools.
Atty. Gen. Ben Shcpperd says
the court decision holds the key to
whether Texns laws must he
changed immediately or already-
integrated schools must backtrack.
Decision by’ the district court can
be carried directly to the Supreme
Court and possibly be settled by
the time school starts.
Should the court hold payment
to integrated schools can be made
under existing laws, there appar-
ently would be no urgent need to
change them, at least in that re-1
Shcpperd said he welcomed the
Big Spring suit since it promises
to eleni up the difficult legal situa-
Gov. Allan Shivc is says lie will
call a special session "if neces-
sary.” He apparently was await-
ing three developments:
He asked his newly formed citi-
zen's advisory council on school in-
tegration to investigate and report
to him on several questions, includ-
ing the need of a special session.
He asked Shcpperd to pre;are
an official ruling on legal ques-
And the decision in the Big
Spring court case may set up con-
ditions to determine need of the
In July the Board of Education
voted to continue regular payments
to local districts, whether segre-
gated or not. It left racial policy
up to local officials.
Since th<-n, some 30 districts
have announced whole or partial
A University of Texas student
committee also has taken on the
segregation problem with a poll
of student opinion on acceptance
of Negro students outside the
classroom. Graduate courses have
been open to Negroes since 1950.
Regents have ordered full deseg-
regation in September. 1956.
$ * *
KIvK Talk Challenged
Attorney General Shepperd’s
claim that efforts are underway in
Texas to revive the Ku Klux Klan
brought a challenge last week.
Sen. Jimmy Phillips called on
Shepperd to name names, but
Shcpperd declined. Names will be
given prosecutors and grand juries
when sufficient evidence is gather-
ed for convictions, Sheppenl said.
• • •
State Senator Killed
Death of State Sen. Wayne W.
Wagonseller of Bowie cost Texas
liberals one of their leaders.
Wagonseller, killed in a three-
car collision in Fort Worth, was
buried last week in the State
Cemetery at Austin with full mil-
itary honors. Services were held
earlier in the Senate Chamber.
A World War II veteran, he
served two terms in the House be-1
fore beginning his Senate career in
1951. Friends in Tyler recently had ;
boomed him as a candidate for j
attorney general. He had been us- j
sociatcd with Loyalist Democrats |
and had supported Ralph Yar-
brough in the latter’s two unsuc-
cessful races for governor.
• • •
Giles Pleads Guilty
One of the biggest news breaks
of lust week was Bascom Giles’
plea of guilty in criminal district
court at San Antonio to two
charges in connection with a Bex-
or County block land deni.
Giles’ guilty plea concerned
charges of consenting to accept a
$30,000 bribe. He pleaded not guil-
ty to a third court, of accepting
the bribe. The state waived this
charge and Judge Buck Jones im-
posed a six-yeur prison sentence.
It is to run concurrently with u
I three-year sentence given Giles
earlier at Austin on a charge of
theft of $6,800 from the veterans’
Giles has appealed the ease
which affords at least 90 days’ de-
lay in final disposition of the sen-
Awaiting triul in San Antonio
! were Arthur McKenzie and C. V.
Wynn. San .Antonio land operators,
indicted for offering the $30,000
bribe to Giles.
Other suits now pending against
the former land commissioner are
a civil suit at San Antonio, seeking
recovery of $35,000, and nine addi-
tional charges in Austin, on other
transactions. He also faces trial in
Zavala County on another laud
• * •
Stevenson Reply Awaited
Adlai Stevenson is slated to
speak in Austin Sept. 28. At that
time he may reply to Gov. Allan
Shivers’ reputed refusal to support
him for president.
During the national governor’s
conference in Chicago, Shivers said
he would again, as in 1952, refuse
to support Stevenson if he were
Democratic candidate for presi-
Stevenson withheld comment
“until I am in Texas.” Shivers, he
pointed out, was a “guest in Illi-
Stevenson’s Austin appearance
was arranged by the University of
Texas great issues committe. It is
billed as “non political.” Subject
of his talk will be “America, The
* * *
Too Much Money
Overpayment of drivers license
fees has created a pioblem for the
Department of Public Safety.
DPS staffers reminded the pub-
lic that increased charges voted
by the 1955 Legislature do not go
into effect until Sept. 6. At that
time charges will jump from $1 to
$2 for an operator’s license, $2 to
S3 for commit rcial licenses, $3 to $4
Meantime, the lower rates apply,
and the department has quite a
task returning excess money.
CIMARRON. N. M </P) The
30-horse cavalcade stretched ma-
jestically across the plain, the
bright bandanas of the riders
catching the early morning sun
against a background of aspen-
High on an overhanging crag
a mountain lion paused in the day ’s
grim occupations to take in the
scene, much as some of his distant
ancestors watched the wanderings
of Coronado. Kit Carson, Buffalo
Bill, Gen. Fremont, the army of
All these had been here. But this
day mounted atop the 30 horses
were modern-day scouts, among
the more than 7000 youngsters who
make the 80-mile trek in the sum-
During the season at Philmont
Scout ranch, largest non-military
reservation in the world, the hoys
pan for gold, trap beaver, learn to
shoot and ride and handle a bow
and arrow, dine on buffalo steak
und biscuits popped into an old
Dutch oven, dig for arrowheads, i
shark’s teeth and old Indian ruins,
fly east for cutthroat trout or i
brookics in a swift mountain
stream, and Swap tall tales of the,
new wild west.
These youngsters will be city
boys breathless in the sight of
God’s handiwork, country boys en-
Mercury, were able to return to j°yinR u horse unfettered by plow,
their respective homes Saturday, rich hoys living off the land, poor
from Brady Hospital. j boys living like millionaires. But—
- ! they won't be delinquents.
Miss Margaret Tedder, Mrs. To America’s 3,000,000 Boy
Martin Gloria and J. M. Duke. Scouts— the Philmont ranch is
all of Brady, were admitted to the goal of a lifetime, an expedi-
Bradj Hospital Saturday. tion well worth working after
- school and during Christmas vucu-
'Hss Do? i» Thorn, lirady; Mrs. tions to finance. Though fees are
Grace Smith, Rochelle, and Mrs. modest—averaging less than $2
Peter Anderegg, Menard, were daily —transportation is a big
dismissed from Brady llospilta item. The hoys come from every
^ 1i<lay* state in the union, Puerto Rico and
- | the Virgin Islands.
Saturday admittances to Brady Waite Phillips, Oklahoma oil
Hospital were Elira Hurtado, ( man, donated the 127,000-acre
Lohn; Mrs. Arthur Davenport, ranch to the Boy Scouts. He stip-
1 i.id.\ and Garrett Byrd, Menard, ulated only that the ranch carry
on the “principles used to build
Boy Scouts at Big New Mexico Ranch i
Follow Foot Steps o? Farly Pioneers
TALBOTT RESIGNS — Air
Force Secretary Harold Tal-
l»ott resigned Monday after a
Senate Investigating subcom-
mittee criticized his connec-
tions with a private firm while
serving in the government.
The committee alleged that
Talbott solicited business for
the firm, but Talbott main-
tained his actions were “with-
in the bounds of ethics.”
ing conteotly in an irrigated pas.
turo; pa-.t wagon ruts of the old
Santa Fe trail, deep veins of mud,
petrified by time, that once car-
ried the life blood of a young na-
In the lead saddle, a dashing
young adventurer from the Bronx
proudly unfurled the Philmont
guidon and reined his mount
smartly into a semi-gallop.
At the tail end of the procession,
a lad from Providence stood tall in
the saddle It was hi- first .-idc
beyond the corral gate and blisters
were forming. But that alone didn’t
account for his erect bearing. The
land commanded reverence.
Not far to the south, where the
Sangre de Cristo range paused for
a little clearing, was the town of
Cimarron. Here the outlaw nephew
nnd namesake of Davy Crockett
Iny buried, upside down after tin*
prevailing custom of the timer.
Transferred From Tokyo
f’ol. and Mrs. E. H. Epperson
nnd children, Judy, Jan, P.ick and
Brock, have been visiting the
last few days in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schill and
family. Mrs- Epperson will he re-
membered as the former Ella
Sfewert, sister of Mrs. Schill who
was employed at City Drug a
number of years into. The Epper-
sons are being transferred from
Tokyo to Kelly Field, San Antonio.
Mrs. ( liai b s Gipson «f Mason
this great country by the Ameri-
Here From Brooks AFB
A 2-c Don Black, accompanied
by his buddy, A 1-c Sherwood Cor-
dell of North Carolina, who are
both stationed at Brooks Air Force
Base, San Antonio, were guests
the past week-end of Don’s par.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Blade
Mr. and Mrs. It. I,. Havre of
Rrady are the proud parents of
a daughter, born at Brady Hos-
Mr. and Mrs. Reginn of Itrady
announce the birth of a daughter
in Brady Hospital Friday.
J • • an office building in downtown
Mrs. Ernest Krnse »i Mason Tu,,s“’ to help finance the camp
was a patient in Brady Hospital ®nd k««P fee“ low eno««h for
from. Wednesday through Satur- to attend,
djjv I he land was once part of the
_ fabulous Maxwell land grant, larg-
Mrs. \. L. Hollow ay of Voca est sir‘«le holding in the new-
spent from Wednesday until, "0,1*1. Kit (arsons home stands
Saturday as a patient in Brady restored on the .property; so does
Hospitai that of his friend, Lucian B. Max-
__ well, cattle baron of the old west.
Mrs. Edwin' Broad and Mrs.' This was the land where the
C M. Coalson of Brady entered mountain lion watched the eaval-
Brady Hospital last Wednesday, cade move steadily forward past a
- listless buffalo herd, safely in-
Dismissals from Brady Hospital terned behind a heavy-duty steel
last Wednesday were Mrs. Lloyd fence; past longhorn cattle drows-
Blauvelt, Rochelle; Hardin Jones
and Elizabeth Ricks, Brady-
Ex-Resident Visits Here
Rev. W. P. Anderson of Leander
formerly Methodist minister at
Rochelle, was a business visitor in
Have you had guests in vour
home, been on vacation, or
going on a vacation trip?
That’s news to us. Phone The
Standard, dial 2236.
We service all makes of Kefnger-
stors. (Domestic and Commercial).
Our reliable services are as near
as your telephone. CALL 2292
Mrs. I . I>. Musk of Brady was
admitted to Brady Hospital Fri-
Freeinun Hurd of San Angelo
was admitted to Brady Hospital
H. B. Ogden of ('amp San Sivba
was n patient in Brady Hospital
from Friday until Sunday.
Brady’s next Dollar Day is
Wednesday, September 7.
Distributor for . . .
WILSON FOOTBALL EQUIPMENT
• MCLEAN’S sporting goods
Phone 2221 East Side of Square
Stanley Sparks of Eden spent
Friday and Saturday as a patient
in Brady Hospital.
Boh Smith. Rochelle, and Mrs.
Eva Golden, Eden, were admit-
ted to Brady Hospital Tuesday.
.Dismissals Tuesday were Mrs-
Billy Crawford of Brady, and Mrs.
W. E. Foster, Whon.
Mrs. Ruben Florez, Melvin;
Mrs. J. H Hopkins. Richland
Springs; Mrs. Pearl Underwood.
Brady. and Norman Powell,
Our Golden Anniversary Year
... and LIVESTOCK
The Brady National Bank
CHART E RE D I 0 05
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and vision in America’s future
have built the Santa Fe Rail-
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Southwest and East with fast,
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These rails serve your town;
help it grow and prosper.
And, no matter what your
shipping or travel problems may
be, Santa Fe w ill solve them. Your
local Santa Fe agent is right here
in your town to help you.
You can depend on him, as
you can depend on the vast
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