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   Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - July 3, 1949, Denton, Texas                              r Oterefa ta Little pas will fewttafc aarirted Tbflt I tt a termer pastor Veleruw IM wfll meet Tuesday ta tbe Kuxjuet room tte Yaefct Officers or WW will be elected and plane far chapter acdep Unoe AH disabled vet erans AAA In the court house wtll be closed Monday in of tbe July 4 Shirley an Roy SOB e aad RoJ Ml completed a Navy train ing course for firemen with a mark and all required practical for petty officers class and tor the rating of fireman for Which he received an awarded Cer tificate on May He is station ed Kemp will speak at the OflVary Baptist Chtirch at 10 and 11 i FEBSONALS Knsfen and Jt aijd Infant are YfeUIng bis and Mrs 610 The fwill femilji for a visit of two Mr Harry Parks of Wichita Jills are vUlling his par arid R after a vacation trip to Carlsbad and points in Metl Allen and Janice have returned their Home in HermOsa Ca after a months visit with her and her Heleri Bikes and at 1203 Third 1121 have as their guests for tbi Mrs GumnV rents jaKd and iJrs Adrlari Scruggs and Qayland o Arthur Route 1 Den to Brown wood where he will work as flag rriin lor the1 Construction Mrt T 1103 North nave hud as their guests their rdauhterWlawr A and tbeir grand Bruce and Mrs Moore and sons left Friday to join new home in A has been with Montgomery Ward ta New City for the past 13 years H Was transferred to Cal ifornialast has been received here that KOa of who underwent major sur gery been removed home from a hpspHft to But elseo and S3 and Arthur Joe Bob of and Roberts Georgia McKee of Pan Lois Qlasscock and chil dren of Fort Worth and Louise Price and children of Corinth were recent of and George Taylor and Tort Worth Bobby Bounds returned to Stam ford Friday after spending a month with his Al leen Wright and his 403 Mounts In Stamford he will attend the Tex as Cowboy Reunion and the Boy Scout Encampment near Abilene after he plans to return to George BUrgoon and of Abilene will spend the week end withhis Anna Bur 323 HOSPITAL NOTES Carl 100 was dismissed from the Elm Street Hospital after receiving medical Willie General was dismissed from the B1 m Street Hospital Saturday after un dergoing a Ji 920 Jack was admitted the Elm Street Hospital Friday for medi cal treatmsnt un derwent the Elm Street Boihy Pilot was admitted to the Elm Street Hos pital Saturday for emergency treat was admitted to Dehtoh Hospit al and Clinic Friday for mMlcl 918 West was dismissed from the Denton Hospital arid Clinld Friday aitor Deceiving medical 1 303 Avenue was dismissed Friday from the Denton Hospital and Clinic after receiving medical Fred Arrlngtou arid infant 311 were dismissed from the Deriton Hospitaland Clinic under went Ihe Dth ton Hospital arid clinic Saturday BIRTHS A girl was born and Mrs M M Pilot Saturday Hospiwi and A boy WHS born to arid Mrs 2310 Sat urday at the Denton Hospital and Pastor Warned He Is High On Hogging List July 1 A MaUWitot Minister who un a or East Alabama ikjgjlncs said Saturday ha bad been Darned be was on the toe He is the Luther pastor of the MlllersviUe Metho dist Church 80 miles east ol told Uie state officers the warn ing was given him last night at prayer meeting Bahkhead director ot the State assigned men to in vestigate the threat Brown said he was told You are pretty close to the top ol the whipping He and another Methodist min the Prank Ledlord of revealed a writs of acts of rjibb Violence by and hood ed fiien In the City County at let a private The Ledtord announced his sermon topic tomorrow would be or the Ku Klux Klan officials have re peatedly denied that any of their members have been Involved In floggings or other law In another part of the a disabled war veteran said he was flogged by a hooded mob the day after the state legislature passed a liH to ban the Wearing o masks In John Thomas told newsrheh he was flogged last Wed nesday night near his home in the little community of 90 miles northwest of Franks sld two men dragged hlrh from his The joined by about 10 oth took him a wooded area and lashed hifii about 20 con He showed newsmen partial ly healed lash ffranks said the masked men acdussd him of drinking and stay Ing away from He denied State Investigators were request to Investigate the A Jefferson Birming ham grant jury la Investigating a series of cross burnings and threats In this BARUCH INTERVIEWED BEFORE DEPARTING FOR Americas elder talks tonewsmen aboard the liner Queen Elizabeth at New York before embarking on a trip to Baruch told reporters that he thought his recent speech criticising the administrations war mobilization plans pret ty President in commenting on the said Bpruch was Badly inisinfofmed in saying the government had no standby mobilization plan for use in event or AP New Ford Strike May Be on Way July 2 De fiant members of the tTAWCTOs largest local voted overwhelming approval Saturday for a strike against the Fbrd Motor Company In lira event the international Union decides thjs action Is neces sary to back current contract de Results of the secret ballot at Rouge announced by UAW Ford Director Kenneth Ban showed 2502 in favor of a strike and 172 there seemed iiltle Uke ilhood of an Immediate walkout by Fords Then tension was eased Friday after the cohipany and union agreed to extend the current con tact m a daytoday basis asler It expires Strike votes In Fords 49 plants will under direction of the Intarnatlonal Polio Continued fronr Page 1 Several members of the infantile paralysis agreed that parents were becoming undu ly altrrried about the One doctor reported that he had ex avier 50 children rndthefs had become Wor ried and wanttd a Members of the Denton county chapter present at the meeting were Eva Gordon Hutch Bkeletons of flying reptiles with il wllig feWtaverBSSfnSm Ben Mc fotirid In the chalk beds of western Lee Preston and INDEPENDENCE NOW IHDEPENDENCE FOREVER PROCLAIM LIBERTY throughout all lands and unto all the thereof J Om hundred and seViRtythrM a bellringer proclaimed forty for nation the United State heraMi a new birth of for HM entire and h yt dedicated to ptopwitiefi that all erected Tfiii built UBOR a rtrong foundation of democratic teciplM it ringing Hie bell over and orer again fn rH determination for a free democratic world i The BOSTON Store FOUR RIO GRANDE PLAYERS ARE FINED July 2 UPV Barle owner and business manager ot the McAllen club of the Rio Grande Valley baseball said today league President Bill Byrd of San Antonio has Jlned the club and lour of Its players for irregularities in a game with Corpus This was the here last which the official George said he re fused to certify any score alter the tenth inning in protest ngalnst the In which the game was con Veto Continued From Page 1 breaker for duration will final ly adjourn at noon The House approved a resolution allowing it to consider the eleemo synary building bill Tuesday or The House passed finally and sent Senate a bill designed to strengthen the clvlj service law for firemen and It had been passed by the but the House amended It applies on ly to cities which already have es tablished civil service systems un der a law passed two years ChurchState Battle Rages In Slovakia July M peasants armed with pitch forks and clubs Stand guard around their Roman Catholic priests to shield them from Com munist This was the picture given Sat urday night by Slovak sources to church circles and diplomats as this torn by statechurch conflict on a long week end of religious It was If not Impossi for Westerners to go to Intensely Catholic eastern province to look at the Travel re strictions suddenly were announ ced by the Red These restrictions sealed off trou bled Slovakia with a little Iron Cur Sources in Slovakia reported vil lagers up in to prevent a repetition of the riotous of last Erraged Slovaks clashed with po lice at that time when they at temptert io intimidate and arrest priests loyal to Archbishop Josef the nations At least two fa tally beaten and an undetermin ed number of persona were Injur Evcy Indication was that the Uprising jse of the priests was Some diplomats cautioned again exaggeration of past but said they had reports of continu ing unrest In Texas Wheat Not Up To Early Forecasts Speedup of Arms Plan Abandoned JUly 2 W AdmlnTstraUou ohlefs were report cd ght to have aban doned at the last minute a risky new speedup strategy for con gressional action on military aid to western It now will take its chances after action on the North Atlantic Security Pact to avoid stirring new controversy during the pact debate opening The strategy shift makes wore pressing the question as to wheth er congress will take final on the aims assistance program Both Presi dent Truman and Secretary of State Acheson insisted such a program should be passed this Hawkins Gasoline Fire Extinguished July a wi Fireflen Saturday extinguished a blase which burned 23 hours fol lowing an explosion at the natural pasollne plant near this East Tex as The blast injured 10 A bottled gas thick exploded Friday during a blaze the gasoline The truck was being loaded at a when the firft broke out and the explosion followed seven minutes One bottled gas tank on the which did not burn ed on until about 8 Four of the 10 men were serious ly burned by the flaming explo Their conditions were report ed good BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas tail much less wheat than t thought it Much of the wheat it Aorj have not Some wheat storage space tor which farmers weri crylrig 4s the harvest began actually is Standing i Those assertions came Satur day in an Associated round up as the big Texas wheat bar Vest neared an Some were In by a Panhandle wheat The federal governments last estimate placed the Texas Wheat crop at bushels a very good The estimate published June 10 and was based on June 1 But now the Santa Fe railroad and some grain experts say deter ioration has cut the crop down The Santa in its monthly estimated the Texas crop at or almost below the gov ernment Dallas and Fort Worth grain delatrs thought the railroad was right 1H thinking the crop had but doubted It had been hurt that The Santa Fe estimate is about in line with the views of most Texas grain veteran Foft Wdrih grain Informed grain men have felt for weeks that the government es tlmite of over bushels was far out of said WhO Is secretarytreasurer of the Texas Drain and Feed Dealers As More light test grain weighing Under 88 pounds to the and more smutty wheat is reaching the Fort Worth market this week than in the last 10 years Telephone calls to grain men in mOst of the wheat counties this week developed the fact that some wheat will Weigh under 60 pounds to the bushel and will not be eligi for government Of such grain Will find its only use as stock Bewett also asserted that there Is more unfilled storage space on farms than ever and less grain piled iii the open this year than Wheat growers overbuilt their storage in many cases and now have no use for the Fort Worth grain man On the other railroads strained a poinl iuid made many cars ivaiiaole lot jcaln far more thin In Hsnsiord for there is very little wheat piled on the ground while last year hun dreds ofthousands of bushels could be stbrid no other George Meadows Funeral Is Held Funeral services for George retired Denton nUr were held at 4 Sat urday at the Jack Schmltz and Sons The Cook assisted by Fender and Fred interment was In the Lit tle Elm pallbearers were Orvllle Aid Richard Clifford Clarence Jack Thomas and Jewel Honor ary pallbearers were members of the Mens Builders Bible Class of the Temple Baptist Meadows died at Fri day at his home on Route Den Born in Nash he had livedlit Tex as 68 years and In Denton for the past 35 He married Miss Alice Salmons May In He was a riiember qj the Grace Temple Bantist Church Survivors include his wife and two Olen Meadows of Den ton and Meadows of Dallas one Miss bra Meadows of Dallas one Maggiit Jennings of Aubrey four grand children and five greatgrandchil MtCloy at Berlin Post July UK Jolin McCloy said Saturday he hopes to see Berlin and Germany united during his term us American high McCloy officially took over the Job once held by Lucius Clay his ar rival In Berlin by air Saturday The expectation for life of Amer icans at 65 now Is 13 Father Continued From Page 1 but bis would buckle under He said It polio and that the boy should be taken to Parkland right Meeker After getting the boy admitted to the Sarne back to take his other children to Dallas for They were told Mat Parkland was filled to capacity arid suggested the Fort Worth The four rtmtlrt ing children were placed In tlon wards and that was the last their parents saw of Health researchers and others descended on MeeXeri small fourroom house on the Fish trap Road as they searched for some answer to the mjsttrlolM Doctors bellsve this ts the first time on record that five members of a single family been stricken with polio at who said that hes heert going in circles slncft the first boy was planning to mnke another long trip to Dallas Sunday and then over to Foij Worth to look in oii his other drsn and to see how his wife Is getting Storm Continued From Page 1 total manager of the Wharves Bald The Eugenia sank in Qalveston Bay near the quar antine Three boats were piled against the rocks of the north Four fishing boats were driven One was capsized at Texas without loss of Rumcis of missing persons which circulated Friday night proved un but sheriffs deputies and the Galveston beach patrol contin ued to patrol tha shore of the Coast Guardsmen and planes halt ed their Thundershowefs fell Saturday afternoon at and Round About Continued From Page 1 sicle of Harry was tell ing about how he knocked down Ihe ninepointer en his last Beth Harry and McKnlght agreed that there had been many big ol bucks killed right here on the south side of the square that Is George Surber of the George Furniture Store of Denton left Sunday for where he will visit the furniture markets of that He I want to see whats cookin In the furniture as Chicago is about biggest Ysrbrough of the Pon der community Is getting ready to have some storeboughten teeth pretty soon as all of his been He Ill be glad to get some as Ive never had so many have sefved corn on the No clackera and oornonthecob just dont go Clyde Carpenter Is consolidating all his places of business one the old fair East Hickory which be now owns Tbe planing mill on North Elm Street has been moved to the ntw Clyde hag only recently completed new and mo dern headquarters office If you on drive With all the precaution Dont take Regardless of HOW YOU SPEND BROOKS Newest i This weeks complimentary quart of lea Cream go to the following Clyde Sawyer Bill Krum Cool Sanger Bob Krum Bill Gilfispre Robert Chambers Guy Turner James Trulock Dungan Stewart Jackson Sign your name below and present this ad to your favorite ice cream dealer 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