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Bonham Daily Favorite (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Bonham, Texas A a of it Quot Ltd a v to it i of i n it a e a a Ltd it a i a a a a a a a a Hwy a pm to to flu Sais tuve Jam Tate Bonham Bonham boar semite Iloni scoutmaster a Titwood Mimy ird special scout train �1 it a late sunday in route to the my scout Jambore which of. Valley fort june 80. Ling tha train at Deniton a Ham scouts will join thous other Texas scouts for the the site of George washing heroic Winter aund during Lerlean revolution. King the trip from Bonham Scoute Kenneth Whitt to Jackson Gary Long John and Delmar Vaught and a Ter Lynwood Massey. Is one of the about Mattera be Lone Star area Council the trek to the Plato rec Outing. Scouts Are due to arrive at forge on june 2s, two Daya of the formal opening of the which la expected to at More than 00,000 boys from Tlona of the United states gone on their trip the will visit Philadelphia i ton. New York City but Flag non f alls. Speaker of Ite Sam Ray turn will Greet is scouts la their visit to i ton and Tell them of some interesting facts about the City. Master Massey said today be boys had everything in for the Long trip Litton to their Luggage the ire carrying Many items to to pass out As souvenirs of Iglo to master Massey said that he trying a Texas Ilag to Fly in it of his group. It or Rio Grande Ley is facing or shortage june 23 up a it Bio Grande Valley Ftfe critical labor shortage by ily. That is the interpret Ting placed on an order of setback labor. Us immigration and Natar a services says that the of granting Legal status Deans who crossed the Halo illegally has beep Discon farm placement chief of the employment commission. Leblanc Saya Valley farm ill have to turn to native a an labor sources if the stands. And he forecasts a re of 22,000 workers in the by july 10, and As Many As by augusts. Friday june 23,19so Ulm to . In erasure is a bit wednesday a temperature scooted Back up 90-degree Mark thursday upping Down to 8 on wed the Low last night was in seventies again. Gang South wind during the night helped to hold the Down and the wind con today. Lirly heavy Shower fell be i and 4 o clock thursday m in the Bohnm area but heavy enough in the Rural to halt work for Long in summer weather is exin this area for the remain the week Ell still Ling wild rata has been help to grains in Host areas we soil hampers Field work in Many sections Minneapolis june 3s it up a the Cargill crop bulletin retired today in Minneapolis shows that rain helped grains in most areas inst week. But the report says drought continued in the southwestern Kansas area. The Pacific Northwest and the upper great a veins were helped most by the rainfall. But wet soil conditions delayed Field work in Many sections of the Middle West. The rain checked he wind damage in the Dakotan Montana and the Canadian Prairie providences which suffered from Drifting topsoil. But drought conditions in southwestern Kansas and adjacent areas added to losses in the already poor wheat crop. The Grain company report Saya Oats Are disappointing in some sections. Barley suffered in South Dakota but Northern Felds made Good Progress the report adds and the crop re porting Board estimates production As of june 1 at 279,000,000 bushels. That a 40f-000,000 bushels More than in 1949. Corn caught up somewhat after a late Start with favourable weather for two weeks. But Weed control the bulletin says lapsed in some sections due to wet soil. Soybeans Are reported to in making Good Progress with planting nearly completed. Some seeding of flax continues in the red River Valley and other areas. -1---- Douglas Adams passes red Cross safety course Esslinger Germany a Merican red Cross european Headquarters reported today that master Serjeant Douglas Adams of 1015 North Star Street. Bonham Texas has been awarded the Standard first Aid certificate upon Competition of an army sponsored course in Accident prevention and first Aid. Accidents in Europe Are costing american taxpayers Over a half million dollars monthly according to military sources. The red Cross was asked to help reduce these figures by setting up educational Svi Fety courses for selected service personnel. A sgt. Adams who is with the 11th troop Carrier Squadron at Rhein main air base. Frankfurt. Germany was assigned to the safety school by his commanding officer. He wrist Given instruction in both the prevention of accidents and the proper first Aid care of Accident victims. The red Cross safety program has met with widespread approval by army and air Force authorities in Germany eng ind and Austria. A a Bonham Creamery begins ice Cream sales saturday opening of the ice Cream department of the Bonham Creamery Bast fourth St has been an jest Laws be West a mtg Tum tent b. V. It my it a Kehrns hmm a at in a Nevin walking every Day a he ear Tea me Etty Mah route. But evidently net As he Ean he feud in the get course nearly every afternoon getting in nine or it Heles of Gelf. Quot just keeps me in trip he tells is friends. A a Manta a no Rio be readied of stored water new Mexico needs 90,000 acre feet for dry land Santa be june 23 up a there s an impasse Over a proposal to Cut Loose stored water a belonging to Texas and Colorado to relieve a drought in the irrigated sections of Central new Mexico. Colorado made the suggestion earlier this month in a Resolution adopted by the Rio Orande Western water users association. Colorado proposed to release 45,-000 acre feet of water stored in new Mexico provided the state of Texas would make a similar allotment. The Texas member of the Rio Orande water compact commission Louis a. Scott flatly rejected the proposal. However he made a counter suggestion that Colorado provide the entire amount 90,000 acre feet from its storage water. Scott informed compact commission members that the drouth situation in parts of Texas which depend on the Rio Grande for irrigation supplies was too serious to permit that state to join in the plan. Phone company arouses ire of City councilman fort Worth. Juno 23 it up it a fort Worth City councilman has accused the southwestern Bell Telephone company of trying to play Dallas against fort worch in a squabble Over rates. But councilman m m. Me Kniight says he does no to think southwestern Bell will get Vety far with it. Mcknight s comment on the Telephone situation apparently results from developments of the last week. After Southwest Bell failed to get the Nate increase it wanted in Dallas it stopped a $17,500.000 improvement program. Then the Telephone company s fort Worth division manager. E. J. Ernest suggested that fort Worth would to Able to take care of any families or business that get Tele phone service in Ivillia. Ernest also reminded fort Worth that the Telephone company is going to ask for higher rates there soon. Punt a not auth a set of mfg Reil roads make ready to meet walkout v i i it 1 Vij by United press the reads leading from mar re Stern. Tennessee to the american Enka Rayon Plant were a Del this morning a in contrast in Ike whys of ballets yesterday ten patrol ear equipped who machine Gans. Net guns and tear Gas Misuis guard the Gate of Ftfe struck Plant. Other police ears Are patrolling the reads. Net one picket showed up to jeer the non strikers was entered the Plant. State officials believe they be gotten to the Root of the troupe. They re holding 10 Cio textile workers who were seized at Union Headquarters yesterday. Charge of assault with intent to murder a non Union worker have been filed against three of them. They were identified by a wounded non striker As among those who took part in the gun Battle yesterday. Four men were wounded. In other labor news five Western railroads have begun placing embargoes on freight and stopping trains to prepare for the switchman s walkout set for sunday. And in the Auto Industry two stoppages loom. The United Auto workers has authorized a strike against Hudson unless bargaining talks produce results. And 30,000 brings body makers have been ordered to a Trike monday. British sub is sabotaged Sand found in engines rescued cd a y w my a a a a vow w m y my a of b-29 ditched two miss setbacks so sip Bita Texas centers May be established Haru Noen. June As up reports from the lower Rio Orande Valley indicate that mexican labourers Are still slipping into the United states illegally a despite the prospects for jail and deportation. The lure of relatively Good pay for picking Cotton brings them on a even while reports Are being circulated that As Many As 5,000 braceros May be put in jail. There is no official word on it but it is believed that official processing centers for migratory workers Are being set up in Mexico. It is definitely known that there will be no Legal status her out for those who slip into the United states As has been past practice. That Means that Texas Farmers wanting to hire mexican help will have to go across the Border just like Farmers from Louisiana. Missouri Arkansas Colorado and other states have been doing for two years. London june 23 up it the Crew members of a British submarine believed to have been sabotaged will have to stick with their ship for a while. All leaves have been cancelled. The British admiralty says the action is More a matter of routine than pointing suspicion. But apparently. Naval investigators Are leaving no Stone unturned to learn How Sand got into the engines of the submarine the Sand was found after the sub s engines jammed on a trial run. It was the sixth Case of suspected sabotage on British vessels in less than two years. Naval authorities say they re almost certain communist saboteurs Are responsible. $11000,000 sought in suit filed at Tyler Tyler june 23 up a $12.-000,000 anti Trust suit was filed in us District court at Tyler yesterday frat not 12 Oil companies acid 10 individuals. Among the individuals named was h l. Hunt the fabulous Dallas Oil operator who hns been listed among the world s wealthiest men. Complainant in the suit is Premier Oil and refining company of Greggton. Texas. It claims that the defendant companies and India idols violated the Sherman anti Trust act by forcing Premier to close its Cotton Valley oilfield Plant in Webster Parish Louisiana. Premier says the Cotton Valley Field is controlled 97 per cent by the defendant companies and individuals. Premier asked for si2.324,00ft damage from the defendants As a group and then for an Adl tonal judgement of $614,42 against Ohio Oil company. A. 41 1 member of Guam weather Squadron visiting parents capt. H. T. Cunningham who is serving with a weather recon Ais a tremendous population it in Fiance Squadron on Guam has been i has boomed the City of Lubbock visiting his parents. Or and mrs. Soldier lost in alaskan wilds reaches safety it a a m a a a Wau june As am a Nawy tug Hue radioed it is the Rescue trans Sura h tuija a itis Ike fief talc ism me rafts. An Etker says and Twe g. The super fort pm flu Early today after sea deaf signals. Ii had keen in is hours on a raid trip pm Lara berthing run to than in be Miles from gaunt Erst fee is svs it evs sket on the return trip. Six of the b2ts big Brothers a a b-36�?Ts a Are on the longest flight Ever made with the engine planes. They flew Wake Island today and roared Westward on a 10,000 mile you Stop trip that will event Natty bring them Back to Honolulu tonight Worms look out a meet Charlie the Chick who a doing his bit in these Days of High prices to put four drumsticks in every pot for the Price of a single Chicken. Definitely a product of the times the extra two feet Point backwards so he too does no to know whether he a coming or going. The owner. Mrs. Oliver j. Carpenter of Schenectady n. takes Charlie in stride since she has an Uncle who once had a three legged Chicken. Lubbock jumps to 11th largest City in Texas in 1950 Lubbock. June 23 up the South Plains Metropolis of Lubbock and surrounding Lubbock county Are in this morning with their population report East found cd. No Devn tonal each morning bounced by Jimmie Davis manager children Are invite Date of Ector Bible school classes set Ector special a daily Bible school classes at the actor to to Holst Church will be held june new census shows Lubbock has >6-july 9. According to an an 71.592 persons As compared with nou Cement by Rev. Max l. Mar 31 .93 in 1940. That a a gain of tin pastor. 125 or cent or 39789 residents. An efficient Toching staff has for Lubbock county the prelim been selected. The school will be Inary official report 4s 100.504 up Gin each morning at 8 30 a. M and 04 per rent from 51,782 persons classes will he concluded at u in the 1940 census a m the children will Lead the j the City of Lubbock is still 2100 1 persons behind Amarillo but the local chairmen named for Tex c. Of c. Committees county chairman recommends appointment appointment of Charlrs let Bailey Roy Owens. Bonham. Pm k self Honey Grove Ivan Fry. La Doma. And Allen Spur As Community chairmen for the Kast Texas chamber of Emmerr in Fannin county has by in announced by Paul Carrington Ltd of i of the regional Hauht r selection of these men to serve in a it plaint by Mother guard r this capacity was Madi upon the j Hull re vhf it or was attacked recommendation of j f Mckight. the. A rom. By monday night Bonham county chairman for fan an it a the y a miso. Necking it a a Nin county. Another charge of violence in Texaco strike port Artel a june 23 a up another re arg of violence has i n mad in the 11-week strike of i a if it a my Lewes at the main Tex a it a Many re find by at port Are thur a i a Foster a guard at the Plant Han ported police that or Hratin about that head Ashr walked in it own own port Arthur last or Aid or did not a room a Polar Iri Smoli investigating a e from the 15th to the uth rank in the state Lubbock failed to catch to Panhandle rival Amarillo but then it or Juno 33 up the 11 of Borden county is still it burning Oil and Gas in Texas thy this morning a after it mow out for the Hilleve they a Ettling closer to bringing under control. Is being used to super it is Inch eating of top into wellhead. This will Mue it tag tilth of fire to a get Over the heeds of the who things no a the a a and co owner. The opening has been set for saturday june 24, with free Cream Cones for the children saturday afternoon Between the hours of 3 and 5 of clock. A we will give the people of Bonham the very Best ice Cream that we can possibly or Davis said a we will appreciate everyone dropping by and giving our Cream a try As we feel it will be the Best in Bonham a ail children Are invited to fat new figure sent it looming by tend and enjoy the Struchings Laredo. Wichita Falls port a or High will be derived from Dlf thur and Galveston in the standing of major Texas cities. Crent classroom activities. Native of Leonard is director Texas a. T m. Storino cadets College station. A special mention the name of w. M a Bill it Turner in North Texas state teachers it of musical circles lege and attended new York uni Cool off it the proffes t Etc will try a Gln to out the maae it they Plen to out m Limiter of Nitro. In thin new attempt Tut a fire we fish started on w end Hunt let up a a left a a aha by Ury hut the a ily it in aged Ledi a she 11 South of Tain i a a Ihn ten Melee were a a a a Veteran of u. S sister deed Santa Monica. Calif. June a of Texas a and immediately he is identified As the director of the singing cadets of Texas a. And Halse Cunningham at Windom. Capt. Cunningham will return to Guam saturday. June 24. For another 6-month tour of duty with the weather Squadron. The Squadron keeps a Check on weather conditions in the Pacific and planes often Fly in the Middle of the typhoons. Quot to arc constantly striving to make our work Morr part in and helpful at the a Omni unit it i Hubert m Harrison gun. R ii Man Ager. Said Quot the appointment it i these Community chairmen wit i keep our organization in i touch with the views and Kannin county people a it a Rio it t f re try throwing incidents and fight it. reportedly ran m i la it a it 1 m a .1 or Khz la a varsity. In it the Man who makes the sing up ing cadets Clink holds auditions at the beginning of each school year All students Are a Guible to not guilty verdict returned in Case a jury in sixth District court late thursday returned a verdict of a not guilty Quot in the trial of Thurman Chambers who had been indicted for robbery by assault Chambers had been charged with Leo Davis in the alleged theft of 50 from William j Arnold a �9-year-old aged pensioner at la Masco. Early in May he entered a plea of not guilty to the com legalizing use of setbacks is discontinued or the Thi a Humen relations trial of the Case had started a up it m College Turner who came to a. And 1c to 1944 As director of music a compete for pvt Ces 1� the Organ Ita Monica. 1 the a a Lel Nodi nation and 57 arc a a Lect Ltd. A a tally of tho theater j0roho�ra he Haa led the Riding in the Nummer Turner direct gave her hrs a performance in it a a. _ is dead. She was s5-year-old Jan it it cities the smaller turns. Be cowl. Mlea cowl died two re Civ a club ant a and m alter an operation in 8anta Mon h Odets into ca., Cali where shed undergone i la it it the treatment for cancer. In 194�. She i the 57.member singing cadets the auditoriums of shows and operettas on the came pus of the College coming up this summer is Rio Rita tace Talent clubs throughout a Large pert of will be used in the cast of 3a and an Orcheston i of 25. The music department is hous prominent film roles. A red Testoff Waco june 33 it up it made her first movie in 31 years i Glive out with a Cross Section of and in the last i months had j a on from those of the a Fath Cen Quot Tury composers to the modern Cole Porter end Gershwin songs. A i Turner Point out one of the big Jobe we have done Natl or i it wh9 it. To i or a Stew de network Fross the University has announced that i minute chs her in Austin Usi i year old preacher on a to Chr i april it opening the of Beer drive a net left s weekly radio broadcast 1 it. Tout a a a a a Spring Witt in the school a a the he ssh a in to we a Bapt aft s weekly radio broadcast Imi Spfie Witt join the Schoss in ice Lull flip Depar usent in tog to he Uvo Al hrs a a a to just de in its own building on the Cam a a i it is the Center of music activities and alive with activity during the fall Winter end Spring terms the time when the fling ing cadets in action. Turner was for seven years music director of the Goose greek a chois he holds membership in the teas music association. Phi my Alpha Aad sinfonia an honorary wok fraternity. Ave u is wednesday afternoon and the jury returned its verdict around amp o clock thursday night markets toy pistol Bandit gets 2-year term Kort Worth. I in. My a it s a us of years a Frd re of Ltd \ Satorv Ftp a John Irvin a i i j the toy pistol uui1. Re Ohhi it 1 a District i Ulii r we thrill Idson Imp de the seize to a a fort Worth a bit r Fie id per add to Rol it i Bery of the Oty of Mineral w iks on a i a claims that or inti did it ii it in to a a not with the Money later he Gin in to a Sun a tic t Vav Taharka on this Barf Leid s to ornery Isk i i Ltd a hid a i h hard. R probition. But Jud it a dams it built i. A Ltd mod their request he a a mid. 1 with recommendations if Nirra probation off i a that no a a shown since this Wigt by ill first offence la Daft Davidson to it la a 2uyear-old Barfield a i a r customary Senten t in what was 10 to 20 years in prison Nome Alaska june 33 up of a Soldier lost in the Wilde of Ai Aaka for 11 Days has an answer to the question a what will a Man eat when he s starving Corporal Vernon Bynum of Hartford Alabama got lost on the first Day of a hiking trip june m. After 6iys of wandering through the wilderness Bynum says he caught a Spruce Hen with a lot of Chicks. The Soldier says he let the Hen go Quot por i figured that if t killed the Hen All the Chicks would Bynum says. A it Isnit True a Man will eat anything when he a starving. But on the seventh Day to came upon an a abandoned Knapsack. It contained spoiled Bacon eggs and bread Bynum figures that unsavoury combination saved his use. It kept him going for another for Days until finally he stumbled into an Alaska Road Survey Camp. He was exhausted he had acc Dently shot himself in the foot and was limping on a Crutch made of a tree Branch. And he was worrying he told the surveyors that the biggest Bear he had Ever seen had been following him. But More important whether the Bear was real or imaginary. Bynum had won out Over the wilderness. A a s647 donated to cancer drive contributions to the american a Ancor society fund Are still coming in. Zelma Doan county chairman. Said today the drive will continue through june in Fannin i county five communities made reports today to or Doan they included Telephone Honey t prove $122 33, Mulberry w 75. Actor $24.25. And a Johore $34 ivs Bonham has contributed $300 a to the Campaign so far. Or said and a special event is being planned to help boost the to Fil total contributions so far have rim Ched $647 7ft \ Tun let a s. M a nil to. I get i i Ltd a tand vyv he in i in m to d the. My he n or drop get both. Immigration i act Stin june 23 top the mint natural in sgt a i newly created Texas Council for and than ult m to a a Tritica me study of human relations will meeting in Austin be Werte int end ads be port Worth love Stock cattle 450 steady Pew head Cutter common and medium yearling steers and heifers u-3i three loads common and medium cows sis.80, canners and cutters 12 50-17.80. Sausage bulls 13 Down. Stockers scarce. Calves 180. Steady. Common medium and Good Slaughter calves 1750-31.50, Choice scarce culls 17 Down. Stockers in meager Supply hogs 500. A classes steady. Good and Choice um70 la. Barrows end gilts i to sin softly lot no pfc my midst Well Fig lib min we Weir a a a a a a of mum a a i a twi is 40-year veterans of tsp to meet or War a trans it of the Tex in a Ini p Ltd fit Railroad will hold Thi to annual get together to mar it nil in fun in attn i banquet a it a i h l a a Porter will be the Ipp aka a i flu Burnett a Bonham plans to it trial the birr tag it it thru 40-\�ar it the Texas and a Tofu in Bonham Are Pete Hen Houston june 23 in pm a Derson. I w Sti thurland. John 38-Yuar-old Houston woman i it m to Ollett to it Man i Ocker am. Slim critical condition today trom a in fire Rob Spears Dor Bullet wound sett and s la Glasson police say mrs Marjurie Bat i Swap at work at the in a big department store when coff full Ai Caim her estranged husband. Almon _ Lee Bates walked up and began shooting without warning As Ira pates fell to the floor so it Reeseg say. Fetes turned the wounds wife then shoots self in head a hit a Hertag. I or Valley hold its first get re i a a i f the. Re As pm monday p. Vent i urn ii a r u Austin i r a Smith of Houston Heads w h Kirn r it i it. H. Hai been i the eight member Council set up by i \ Liri autumn tip a that governor Allan Shivers its aim i to determine ways of improving the relationship Between English and Spanish speaking Peoples of Texas. A a a Ollers Savey game. To a Road Catt the Texaco oilers will meet Savoy to the Leonard baseball Park sunday afternoon in what promises to be a Topnotch game the game will be broadcast Over station fyn. Bonham beginning at 2 30 o clock weather pistol on himself. He fled one shot into his head i Cuy officers seized three pints of liquor and arrested one late thursday in a raid. Bonham and Vicinity a partly Cloudy Little change in tempera Turee this afternoon tonight and saturday few scattered Thunder showers late this a Usman a act night. Lowest tonight near to East Texas part Eft Aud with a few scattered i Stet showers mostly is Wesl prs Lett this arts Man or insight and is Anet portion Tensor eur. Is near the place raided Issi win is 1 the liquor Wae found in cars Freeh be East Isi ass Fml tit eds St in v be it to v a is .a.3. Vul v

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