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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - May 21, 1945, Galveston, Texas U. S. Death Rate Trend Reversed ,.nor« troop entertainment, it was announced today. The shows were rushed into production after Lt. Col. Marvin Young, chief of the army’s special services branch, called for from 50 .w, ^    ,0 60 more entertainment units in Washington, May 20. FI The . Kurope and SS more in other areas United States death rate, reversing "within 90 days.” a long trend, rose slightly in 194,1 AmonR atars scheduled to go It went up even without count overseas for the first time in plays ing the armed force8 overseas. and variety shows are Frank Kina The census bureau, announcing tr||| Raymond Massey, Amos ’n’ the 1943 figures today, said two Andy and KatherJn(j Hepburn, main reasons for the rise were:    sprncPr Tracy, Bob Hope, and Jack 1. Removal of great numbers of Benny will do repeat tours, physically fit younger persons to Col. Young emphasized that en-overseas duty left behind a greater tertalnment needs in Europe had proportion of older persons,    increased because the morale prob- 2. There was a bad influenza cpi- lem among static troops is much demic in December, 1943.    greater than among combat troops. The 1943 rate was IO 9 per 1000 There never has been enough enter- MEETINGS TODAY 3 P. Mu- Circles of First Methodist Church Wacs    meet    as    follows; Circle la. K. Hewitt,    4424    T;    Circle 5    with Circle 2 with Mrs C K Pettlfila. 413 8th:    Currie 3 with Mrs. August Mat uke, 3913 PH, Circle 4 with Mrs. L T. Hewitt.    4424    T:    Circle 5    with Mr* W W Wilson, 12m jath: Circle « with Mrs VV P. Hughes, im* NVS; Circle 7 with Mrs. J. JE. Nichols, 1321 20th Senior Hadassah    meets at    Beth Jacob Center for installations of officers. 7:3« P. M WHA Review No. SO meets at Odd Fellows Hall. estimated population. In 1942 it had been IO 4, the lowest ever recorded for the United States. By states, the death rate in 1943 tainment in the Pacific, he said, and called for a 120 per cent Increase in areas outside Europe. A spokesman for Camp Shows ranged from 8.0 for Utah to 14 0 said a majority of requests now for Vermont, and was higher In were for legitimate plays. When 1943 than in 1942 for all states ex- the first such play was sent over-cept Utah, Virginia. Idaho, Colora- .seas, a year ago. many officials do, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, and protested that GI troops would not California. The death rate in Flor- be interested. ida and North Carolina remained i Scheduled for Europe in the next the same.    three months are 20 to 38 plays, Total deaths were 1,489,544. J six to eight musical comedies, pius Deaths from the five leading causes were:    Heart    diseases 428,- 391; cancer and other malignant tumors 188848; cerebral hemorrhage 127.300; nephritis, a kidney disease, 99,287; pneumonia and Influenza, 90115. concert units, sports units, and variety shows. Other areas are to receive six playa, three musicals. nine concert units, five negro vaudeville shows, and 85 variety and hospital units. Amoqg the shows will be: "Night The ten leading causes of death, Must Fall,” "Junior Miss,” "Arsenic their rates per 100,000 estimated and Old Lace,” "The Male Animal,” population and their    change    from    I “Our Town,’ and Billy Rose's "Pia- 1942, were:    Imond Horseshoe.” 1. Heart diseases. 318 8, up 23.1 In 1941, when USO Camp Shows per cent.    was    organized, there was one *n- 2. Cancer and    other    malignant    jtertainment unit overseas; in    1942 tumors, 124 5, up    2 4    ,there were 25 units; In 1943,    130; 3 Cerebral hemorrhages, 95, up and In 1944 , 251, the organization C REW MKN AW AIT RESCUE FROM BURNING C ARRIER Crewmen (circle) of the Essex class carrier USS Franklin await rescue as the listing ship burns close to the Jap coast March 19. Hit by two 500-pound armor piercing bombs, the ship survived, suffering more than 1000 casualties. (ZP wirephoto from United States navy.) Texas City The Newt Is represented In Texas City by- Mrs. Carl A. Rust, 123 lith avenue north, phone 481, as will be called La Marque night at    Tfeielesel the Kemah Baptist revival meeting f tISSClS I I Cf Cf Pf! and all La Marque Baptist Church members will be honored guests at the meeting. Church calendar for La Marque follow*; FIRST CHRISTIAN— Wednesday, S p correspondent, and by Mrs. Hugh    aBd    ch-oir    '??■««« announced. ,    ,, . .    ..    Thursday    8    p.    rn L. Madden, 728 18th avenue north,ling in home-of Mr* phone 211-W, as circulation. Heavy Demand for Household Goods 4. Nephritis. 74.1, up I T. 5. Pneumonia and influenza, 67.8, up ll 6. 8. Accidents other than motor vehicles, 58 I, up 5 8. 7. Tuberculosis, 42 8, down .5. 8. Diabetes, 27 I, up 1*7. 9 Deaths of babies caused by    ^ premature birth 25 8, unchanged, I4 01111(1 lit SlitVP\ IO. Motor vehicle accidents 17 8    J *°Th«*only chan,. In th.    May    20. 2P Th. pub. of causes of death was that dia- llr w*nt* ,f> bl*y 5,852.000 mechan- TWO-PIECER betes went ahead of premature J leal refrigerators, 4,501,000 vacuum two-piece dress births. News of Texas (litv Churches omen'* Council meet _ „ _ M R. I. Scott. RST BAPTIST—Tuesday, IO a rn., WMH Wednesday, 7:30 p. rn. teacher*' meting: 8 p. rn prayer meetinr 8 30 tis. i' FII London, May 20. FP The 50 de- p. rn., choir practice, Thursday, 8 p. rn strovers American hatileH out of La Marque ohurrh members will visit    •    8    American    nauicq oui. revival meeting at Kemah* PAUL’S UNION Wednesday, 8 p. rn . prayer meeting Tuesday, 8 p. rn , executive board of Women'* Auxiliary meet* with Mrs. John Obendorfer Plays in Making For Overseas ■ Softly detailed with slimming, Arcadia THE GALVESTON NEWS—PACE 5— MAY 21, 1948 Kentucky Derby to Have Its Counterpart in Germany At Sauerkraut Downs BV KENNETH L. DIXON few German towns—or vice versa Occupied Germany. FP' Unless Anyhow they looked about for something occurs to change current something to do. Sauerkraut Downs plans the great Deutschland Derby was the result, will be run off here at Sauerkraut Ifs only a Vialf-mlle track due to Downs the same day that the tra the unanimous doubt whether these ditional galloping classic takes beatup bangtails ever will gain place in old Kentucky.    sufficient enthusiasm and stamina Naturally the nags will not be as to do more than stroll the full high class as the Churchill Downs derby course. But you would be blueblood? because they all are cap- surprised at what can happen in a tured Hungarian horses. Further- i half-mile. more, being warwise bangtails. There isn’t any rail because para-their whole attitude is what’s the troopers use psychology:    they hurry when there isn’t any shoot- strung minefield tape along th# ing,    track where the rail would be. The Nevertheless, they are being pre- GI jockeys know it’s fake, but they pared with daily races which some have become so allergic to such of them even finish and the boys taped off areas through a half-doz-of the 505th Parachute Regiment of en campaigns that practically no-the 82d Airborne Division are a1- body crowds the rail except when most enthusiastic about the derby some uninformed nag gets out of prospects.    hand. It started when paratroopers who Otherwise Sauerkraut Downs is had been fighting since Africa sud- just another place to play the denly came to V-E day    with noth-    ponies. It has a mutuel system, sn mg more to occupy them than a    oddsmaker, judges. stewards. --bookies and a track boss. It has thin*, looked bu.ck.et touched off    Ptogr.m.    end    .    poet    p.- a storm of controversy in the Ia P United States and set the. pattern for future lend-lease grants    .    M    a    ,ar    man Besides convoy duty on the At wh() ,g h #n h tQ hgndU> hlg lantie, they escorted shipping    on    MbU Wjnn job Hp ,g a„igtpd by the perilous run to Murmansk,    es-    g numher of exacters who in pre- corted troop transports and land-|war dayg thought a bugle was ing boats to Normandy on D-day,. mereiy something to call the horses and took part in Commando raids. | tQ the post Most of them originally were Thf. starter is Capt. Charles Pat-built for the first world war and terson 0f Pawtucket, R. I., who had to he repaired    in Britain.    C]aims to know a little about horse retirement    to    trade    to    Britain    for    where all were renamed    after Brit-    racing and whose system consists leased bases in    1940    have    proved    ish cities.    of firing the gun the first time they still    could    takp ami    give    pun-    After V-E day one of them    es-    be catches all the horses’ heads ishment    in    nearly    five    years    of    corted a surrendered German    aimed the same way. To British Gave Good Service The boss of th# establishment is Maj. Walter C. Delong of Battle war duty. They remain in active U-boat into a Scottish port. British, Canadian and Russian service today except for nine lost in action. Two went down after sending i U-boats to the bottom ahead of Oct. 18, 1941, and the old USS Branch on April ll, 1943, both on convoy duty Germans Spread Malaria in Italy cleaners, 8 451,000 sewing machines tuaceful lines and the popular cap discussion and Bible study. 5,(MS,OOO radios,    5,195,000 electric    alives for coolness    and freedom. Th* monthly meeting of irons, 5,885,000 washing machines Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1351 is The war production board's of. designed for sizes 12, 14, 18, 18, 20; fice of civilian requirements says *nd 42. Size 14, requiree 8% it knows the figure* sub a result y*rd« of 39-inch material fnr*i*nhU0*KWide    ,urV*y conducted    *or this P*j**rn-    JJJ? J0®’    'J*    mediates and young people of First    Anderson    Jr.    and    children,    Mrs.    Campbelton.    rammed ber    specially health declared today. kl V ii ren"U' J1”"}'    tern number anT'sizewantedto    baptist Church An interesting    pro-    John Theim    and    children,    Miss    reinforced bow    filled with    five    tons .ZSL.".™*-    ¥°°    Psrhars Rsli tSL    gram is being worked out for    that    WiHfreda    Theim. Mr and Mrs.    Sam    of delayed The main mogul at the betting windows is Pvt. Edward J. Pareti (225 Sullivan street, Greenwich Village) New York City. There are only two betting windows—for win and place—partly because it requires too strenuous a brand of mathematics to work out show odds and partly because there london, May 20. FP The Germans I*    little    assurance    that    any New York May 20 ^Seventeen families in 88 communities, but    ®eI1;    Th*    Galveston    News for 10c. full-length legitimate plays and OCR said today the families se-musical comedies are now In re- laded were "proportionately rep-hearts! for an oversea* tour with resentative of the population.” USO Camp Shows, Inc, in response Percentagewise, the demand for to a war department order for the*# Items has increased 25 to IOO per cent in the last year; in units, ”r ......11.000.000 to 2,500,000. | The OCR now la tabulating consumer demand for 12 household items, such as window screening, sciseora, alarm clocks, garbage cans. clothes pins, and cheats of drawers. "The purpoee of the survey,” OCR explained, "was primarily to I check the figures used in programs for minimum civilian requirements while the war continues. While the level* of demand shown are not attainable In the immediate future, they do indicate needs and. as audh. can he luted as a guide for production in the reconversion period.” Special to The News Members of West End Methodist Church will study in the Gospel qf Matthew at their midweek prayer service Wednesday night Sp**1*1 to Tb* N'w*    .    ...    ..cc    .. Rev. Lewis Risinger will lead the Arcadia. Tex., May 20. Mrs. Rob- them—the former USS Mason on ert Webber and daughter, Mary a JnjnthlV mP<>t*ng £* thP    Frances, were surpiaed Thursday    Atlantic' board of deacons of First Baptist , .    ,    awanws    -    ...    ...........—,    (h,„ Church will be held Monday eve-    ni£ht with a family party in com-,    One was sacrificed in    the dra-    caused malaria to spread in Italy,    given lace will have tnree Horses ning at 7:30 o'clock, in the church    pliment of their birthdays. Out-of-!    matte British    Commando    raid on    but the effect of the disease war    around at the A‘nl“h' office. Friday. May 25, has been    town guests included Mrs J. O.    St. Nazaire in    1942 when    the USS    overcome bv use of new drugs, ar    Th# jato fieial handitjapper Is scheduled as fun night for inter    Anderson Sr., Mr. and Mrs. J. O    Buchanan,    renamed the HMS    ,,fficer in the British ministry of    PIO' Michael Br^ford. another -    -    -    ....    declared    today.    Greenwich villager. And the crowd P C, Shute, a malaria specialist. *8 not complete when the gun gram is being worked out ior mat wnirreda Theim, Mr. and Mrs. Sam aeiayen action high explosive said "thousands of our troops suf- ^i_^^ -PUf.n* .'I*? night It will be a follow-up of ac- La Salle and children. Mrs. D into the submarine locks and blew fered from malaria, caused by the    i.im.if’    i.    n* tivities similar to those enjoyed    Cambanio and children, all of    up much of    the    harbor work- after    Germans    who    **    u    tnr    n.,hl)f    r*i«tinn«    A Have    yaw    sent    for    your copy    of    during youth week, according to    Hitchcock, Mr. and Mrs. Paul An-    the crew scampered to safety.    large^ areas    with this deadly distil#    spring    and    summer catalog”    B*v Roland P. Hood, pastor. A    derson and daughter Paulette of    The first    to    go down was the. ease. Its full of uD-to-the-minute stvl** cordial invitation has been ex- Galveston.    USS Welles, renamed the HMS Shute flew to tended to all young people of the Mrs. J. B. Cargile and niece. Miss Cameron, torpedoed in 1940. The mosquitoes ini a muslin ag. In ‘    _l.    ’    .    .    homa city who wish to attend.    Mary Frances Webber, and Mrs. L last was the USS Swasey, which hospital 68 so) iers s e I g; — STREET urally ha® to report the races for loco his outfit's paper, which is the Mary Frances Webber, and M Vacation Bible school will begin r>. Hawkins were Galveston shop- sank in the Atlantic last Sept. Monday, June 4, and continue p<.rjl Thursday. They borrowed a baker's scales Dependable Firs* Ald TIEING oily. Retinol Oint-mem forms a protective, coating for the burned skin, as its bland medication quickly relieves fiery throbbing Many say it soothes like msgic. PESI NOL. I through June 15 i Church ' calendar for Tex** City follow -FIRST BAPTIST Tuesday. 3pm Lola Hart Circle. Mrs Hunt* Selvage >301 5th street Sallee Circle, 2:30 p. rn home of Mrs N. M Fisher, 715 5th ave I nu* north. Wednesday. 7 p. rn., teachers McCall. I from malaria volunteered to let the OC 'inst s'rc mosquitoes bite them    to weigh the boys it, but nobody o ficinlh ted as 1 .    Rack    jn    Britain    the    war    office    can figure out why because there appealed to the fighting troops for is no limit and the track's leading volunteers in experiments with jockey tips the scales at 175 the new drugs. One of the drugs pounds. was mcpacrine. a German prepara- There was considerable growling which Ameri-an and British among the customers the other Mrs. W. B. Jones visited rela- the former USS Sattcrlee, tives in Galveston Thursday.    Hopewell and McCook. Mrs. Mae Bulls was a Galveston Of the 41 surviving craft, nine shopper Thursday.    have    been loaned to Russia, seven -----    Mrs.    Nettie    Webber    and    Mrs.    J    were last reported in the service r1 t'    hoi r "practice    jw-    N**hyba    attended    the    25th    an-    of Canada, four are in the Ncrwr- medjcai rn e n improved upon. day when 12 horses started and FIRST CHRISTIAN—Tuesday. 8 p. rn >-•--------  ’    1    — ----- —    •     *~J-----1 Naomi Circle FIRST METHODIST—Tuesday. 2 30 MIMICAL C08FSMIN «Mwr (ha caducei#* kitfgnia. ffwy pa ^normed on th* battlefield to rescue the wounded—* fab requiring plenty of ceureg*. -t- >1# niversary meeting of the National    gian navy, and the remainder are    Names    of two others remain secret. I only one finished—especially    when  _____________ __________ Council of Catholic Women held    on royal navy duty in the Atlan-    Two    hundred volunteers were it developed the winner was    w*ar- ThurSd^*n7,308T‘*m 0fch^rrtprictic8r,rVj7    'V^nesday at Kirwin High School    tic and the waters around the    bitlpn    by thP infected mosquitoes; ing only three shoes, had a    glass day, 7.30 o’ m, Boy scout m set rn s    in Galveston.    I Brit ish Isles.    and    fell    ill    with    malaria.    So    sue-    eye and was limping. But the weft end methodist .wednesday.* Teachers and pupils of the Ar- A bac of nearly a dozen subma- CPSfUi were the experiments that! track'* normal confusion had been Bervie* meet inca t church 7 ii 5 P m    School    presented    a    program    fine sinking* or assists is cred- mepacrine in its new form was complicated by dust and accusers mMsuli*7SedhUb\fh tk*,Urastof A*1* *7?°,°*    The    ited    to    the    group    of    overage    war-    j    flown    to    Italy    and    “our    troops    were1 couldn't prove anything Thur»d»y 7 45 r m., Boy ^cout^Troop 7; Mothers Club sold coffee, cake hot ships, whose presentation as a restored men ng at churnh --------- _    *    dogs, and sandwiches.    stop-gap to Britain at a time when strength, ling at church ST. GEORGE’® EPISCOPAL—Thursday to full health Shute said. and It's amazing what can happen In a half-mile. Come on, Derby Day! 7 p. rn . choir rehearsal Friday, 4:30 p rn , Junior Girt*’ Friendly Society. Saturday, IO a rn, children’* confirmation cia** ST MARY a CATHOLIC — Catechism cta-re*. Junior high, 12 to 12;45. high school. 2 p m.; lover grades, 3 p. rn fifth arri sixth grades 4 p rn Wednesday, 7 30 p rn . novena. Friday mass and holy communion, ta. rn.; concession*, 7 to a p m cm Saturday* before second aud fourth Sundays of each month Latin classer and Girls' Club meeting every second Saturday at 2 SO p rn HE7IOHTS Baptist -Tueeday 2 p. rn WHI" meeting at church. Wednesday, 7:30 p rn , teachers* meeting; 8:15 p rn . prayer meeting. Saturday, 2 P SR., Sunbeam hour for little children WESTGATE FRIENDS Wednesday. 8 p. rn . prayer meeting CHURCH OF GOD Tuesday, 2 p. rn. Ladies' Missionary Society meeMng_ Texas city Lutheran — Tu#*da-. 2pm on third Tuesday of each month th* Ladies' Missionary Society meeU Thursday, Bara, *enk>r confirmation class ASSEMBLY OF GOD—Wednesday. T:43 p rn preaching eervtc*. HEIGHTS CHURCH OF THE NAZARY NE Wednesday, 8pm, prayer meet- ^HURCH OF CHRIST—Wednesday. I midweek church •*r»ie* Your Dealer Has It A BIG SUPPLY OF PATIENCE This lid ch wu midi by Howard Baw, with a portico lurfital outfit at tho front in Burnt. THE ARMY KNOWS when a big shin of Hanes production is going Ww'rw doing our port In producing underwear for the Armed Forces. This means that sometimes your deal* er's stock will be low. But both of us are trying to serve you as best we can during these difficult times. HANES VALUIt We guard the quality of Hanes Underwear by carefully selecting the materials and maintaining high standards of workmanship—from the cotton to the finished garment. You know, from past experience, that you're getting underwear that has been made, step by step, for comfort and long wear—at moderate prices. P. H. Hones Knitting Company, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. com soar mr uhs OR THI MIW HANES FIO LEAF SUIT Delight In est piece to give athletic tuppert and waistline comfort, -the National Underwear TODAY’S NEEDLECRAFT — Ujv holstered furniture takas on a cool look Whan you cover the hack and ".p^TECOST^^siuy, 8 p m arms with this dainty crocheted preaching^ Saturday, s p rn., preaching chair sat, in graceful fan shape.    *    T The pineapple design is a favor- .    . it# wuh nu crocheters. This fan Attendance Mump shaped set may be uaed on buffets, si*. c 1 CE I too Pattern 885 ha. direction* H,ts Sunday S'hools Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coin* for this pattern to The Galveston •"Wfc,n'N«. News, Needlecraft Dept , 549 West Texas City. Tex.. May 20 Sunday Randolph Street. Chicago 80, III. "Shoo! attendance for Texan City, Print plainly PATTERN NUM- La Marque and Texas City Height? BER. your NAME and ADDRESS, which bit an almost record high Fifteen cents more brings you    Sunday    on    Mothers’ Day. our new 1945 Needlecraft catalog showed a decline this Sunday 95 Illustrations of designs for embroidery, toys, knitting, crochet, quilts, handicraft ... a free doll pattern printed right in catalog. Convention Ban Saves Many Rail rn Passenger Miles The total attendance for this Sunday was 1827 as compared with last Sunday's 2018. A table of comparative attendances for the past two Sundays follows: School*    May 20 May 13 First Baptist. TC First Methodist, TC Heights Baptist, TC Paul'* Union, La M. Assembly of God. TC La Marque Lutheran First Christian, La M. First Baptist, La M. Presbyterian, TC Church of God, TC West End Math., TC T. C. Lutheran 477 469 270 270 181 205 155 275 121 145 IOO 105 80 114 124 156 107 85 88 78 37 42 43 35 — 37 1827 2016 Washington,    May    20. FP The government’s convention ban was credited today    with    a saving of    First    Christian,    TC more than 52,000,000 rail passenger miles in three months.    j    Totals This figure, the war committee    —.......  -....... on conventions reported, was calculated on the ha?!? of    canceled gath    I,a    Marline    Pastor to I Brings. It said    that    of 1088 appli cations received for th# holding of • conventions, 69 were approved, 884 denied, while 335 were for meetings not covered by the ban. Setting anticipated attendance at OPA i ovew Birny Presbyterian Assembly Special to Th# New* Rev. and Mrs Harry H. Burch have gone to Montreat, N. C., to canceled meetings at 305.000, th# attend the Presbyterian General committee arrived at its savings | A*sembly. They will be gone for figure by concluding that 55 per (W0 weeks. M. F. Green will be 1 cent of those attending would have m charge of th# midweek prayer-made an average round trip by meeting at Paul's Union Church rail of 310 miles each. meeting at I Wednesday night. Other church The committee emphasized that meetings and activities will go on ♦ he saving is much more than 52,- ^ usual 000.000 miles when cancellations by ■ Mrs. R. S. Scott will be host-groups which did not submit ap- ess to members of the women’s plications is taken into consider- council of First Christian Church. R,'on’    J    La Marque, Thursday evening in In a letter to War Mobilization her home, director Fred M Vinson, reporting    r#v,    U.    C.    Broach,    pastor    of its activities, the committee ad- First Baptist Church. La Marque, vised against lifting the ban. It j is conducting a two-week revival 8aid:    meeting at the Kemah Baptist "If pent-up convention demands . church and Rev. W. M. Hollomon, were to be released st, the same    pastor    of    the    Kemah    church    is time ss military requirements are    filling    the    pulpit at services    in expanded (in accordance with the    the La    Marque    Church    during the army’s redeployment plan) the ef- pastor's absence. All church activ-fect on the railroads and hotels ities will go on as usual while Rev. I would be cataclysmic.’*    I    Mr. Broach is away. Thursday night All of us can thank the neighborhood business man for doing a whale of a wartime job. Short of help and with many empty shelves, he has striven to give each family its fair share. He has labored late and often over ration records and changes in regulations. He has been co-operat ive and uncomplaining. Remembering those away from the homes of the families he serves, he keeps on buying War Bonds—for keeps. Your dealer has had plenty of company in all walks of life ... people who have pulled together in a great awakening of the traditional American spirit. They have amazed themselves and the world with their ingenuity. They have found security in self-reliance. They have vowed not to slacken their pace until complete victory is ours. No less important, they are resolved to apply their new-found ability to t-he utmost when peace comes to make ours an even better country for those who have defended it so gallantly. Budweiser Americans have always been neighborly. It is quite natural then for Budweiser to ba America’s favorite beer — for, tthen good friends get together, Budweiser is a friend that needs no introduction. TR AOL MARR RCG U« RAT. OFF. AZ564»©1945 ANH ;