Gladewater Daily Mirror in Gladewater, Texas
24 Jan 1950

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24 Jan 1950

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Gladewater Daily Mirror (Newspaper) - January 24, 1950, Gladewater, Texas Two upright gds r3hg8s Good to 50 Mcwilliams Gladewater phone he tuesday january 24, 1950 the Gladewater daily Mirror Page Fth Mabel Stark undergoes operation to save Arm mangled by lame Mother tigress left Eye lost 50-50 on Righi funds to establish equal facilities for negroes Whites at Parks to be asked Housand Oaks calif., Jan. Mabel Stark a Only woman enough 1� fool around with was a reacting satisfactory today after an operation Tomy Arm mangled by a Moth i tigress. E Veteran animal Trainer in i it three hours of surgery iday following the attack if i i a a very tame seven Yeai old tigress. Stark famed for More than it for her circus w ild animal put her Light Arm through bars to take one of Pasha s it ale when the tigress hurl i Ell on the Trainer. Stark was alone but she biggest Oil Field in America found Alberta Canada Vvs i mini i ton Jan. 24. Ibid a May have discovered in a the biggest Oil Field Ever i m ninth America it a Cal cd today. Find was reported to a appropriations be Ormond a it Interior Secretary o Cai Shipman at a recent hearing a 11 Mony was released today Ria matter taint up during a i discussion of the nation net live Oil supplies the in have been a Fine Kumoi coxes in but not Long Quot to kit a till the Dan Rands Ltd Oil i of \ cd Ai jut foreign supplier Hilt it i a Canadian develop unit Oil that you w ill heal it a amt a Tittle later on that t in ran taut it has not Bein ii it to cd in the Pilot a they have made a a in portent discovery it i in was Alite to proc Arm. Trainer Tony Anthony and animal fat in employ i Lank Craig alarmed by Lei screams ran to in Side and administered in i Ani. A taking the cubs out of the Cage is a Normal daily operation a said Hilly Richards an owner of the world animal impound. A i done to know Wiy Pasha leaped. Nobody knows anything but miss stalk a5, was weak from loss of blood and suffering Shock. Doctors at Burbank to Pital How Ever said she had come through the ordeal Sui i i in by Well. A there were a number of broken Bones a or. Troy i. Mchenry said. A we Are hopeful of acing her Arm but that is something Only time will this was the third time that the White haired Trainer was seriously a rounded by Ina is. Tho most serious mauling she suffered before was sept 111, i ski 5, in Phoenix am when t Bengal a lied Tau left hand luring i circus perform i Mance. Two veal s later so j hic i Aid by l ii it. A i Nult Ady 1�?o month. By cd tired a i Mcdivit. To hoi a it i sin i Arent by explained she w i tin w a id 1 ally woman Quot Era i enough to fool around with Tiger impound v. In re m i somali d was the att a i. A month May Boe. U Shah i and claw d Lod it Atli l aged Hon info it the it Tho t he Dick. Austin Jan. 24. Do the special session of the Texas Legisla Tine will be asked next week to appropriate Money to establish a substantially equal a facilities for negroes and whiles a1 state Parks. If the legislature fails to appropriate the funds the slate Parks Hoard said it would clo. Ltd All Pat is where separate facilities Are not available. The Board made its intentions known yesterday. It said a Resolution was drawn up and approved last saturday at a by Wood mooting. Meanwhile hearing of a Federal suit brought against the Board scheduled for yesterday a postponed at the a request it the National association for the advancement of coloured a Ming of Goodew Sterite on ii program William c. Goins jr., son of or. And mrs. W. C. Goins or. Of Gladewater who is an Engineer with Gulf Oil co. At hous ton recently read his article limed mud systems a before the 1049 production engineering conf of Nee of the Gulf Oil corporation in Pittsburgh. Tho article appeared in the Jan. Of Issue of the Oil and Gas journal. S convicts attempt escape catered two hours later suffering malignant tutors in both eyes 11-month-old Sheila i to already has lost her left Eye in a new York Hospital. She is shown arriving with her Mother mrs. Louis Reno 37, from Al Monte cab from where she was flown in Hope a specialist could save at b ast part of her sight. Examination gives the right Eye a 50-Bo Chimer t h. Ibbs expenses Are being financed by a newspaper Al Monte Lions club and contributions of neighbors. International Shell Oil us foreign imports Crane operator trapped killed Che suit hem id 14 state Parks to i exam k ii was filed when the by fused to open Tyler Park fat to a Nee a it it chamber <>1 Cut to for a pie Hie. Plaintiffs Are a. Astor Austin a Tillotson Collop n. Or and Throe i vier re t. Ii. Register j. W. . E. Medlock the hoards Resolution or a in the interest of Public we Lime and Sandy that the ratios should be furnished separate accommodations in he state i larks. �?~11 these cannot be i and tic up Karl and Jan. 24 tic five Board said a it would authorize com cts we a behind the old fax executive Keer tary Gordon k. Huller bars today after a Gamble Shearer a to close any Parks or for Freedom last night brought a i facilities or accommodation in rain of bulb its from guards at the such Parks where subs1, tonally Central i. A on farm no. 2 near i equal separate facilities and a Liport i Cummo Dpt ions Are not Arni cannot the w d ovoid a Fence Lurn h d both 1 a at 15 p. Ii in of spotted them to he Louis lure also w or it and began Fli Quested to Tell the Board a. It. Should handle a the in that of lae Rev made g s d their escape a. I jj1 a a and accommodations in the but were rounded it lure a lit de a ,. Ii ,.,., races in pie pome. More than two Horn. Kiter. No officials said All five surrendered a lots Hoard not on i.1 feel thai peacefully and Ware Talon Back to fit in is duty under Tho err i their evils Quot j policy of the state to provide sep a j i acute facilities Foi the sac., but j he escapees were identified of. A m Willis. I up a. 20 3>cii for bus sell his �1 lat to. Rec,.ore from Grayson Roomy tackle. I. Huh Vav n Quot. I Ped to i hoi t in in i As Tor omits Arland piss 42. Serving three year for burglary from Dallas county Dillard e. Henderson 25. Sen ton cud to 20 years Tor j a a it i it a i y a it la has omit a and Kenton Mont oust a. 30. Ser i Niico for Robbi i a Alo Pinto Oonah sorry delayed in shipment i or. A. Ferine sensational new 1950 refrigerators see pm soon of. They will be in soon Dudney appliance store a a. Be c in Dali and or. C. 5. Who dentist a Ray 2 Miles West on Highway 80 phone 1628-f13 213 n. Main phone 281 Tulsa May be site annual meeting us h1 in Murch ii he i Quot i i in 11 r a tji it off it the Iovu a to ,11 it j j it to cult v j Kori a it. Jan 24 or Tut a. In t probably will i a till sit i i ii j951 convention of the Junior j us Iii i of i unmet i the executive offs in the i of the Dreidel i it Fertile j it d that the 1950 convention in a it Bis june Jock till a a a t a i t i invention site to Ivy v a re dip j temm it re by losses. Etc As physician is outstanding doctor for 1949 Austin. Jan 21. Or. A ii must Quot Cut be 1 or hit Caum k pc Riff Ive commute in my it a a greed on one not tuition in a a i Kretiv i v in til it lit a in it us the name would my i Iii Iii ii i Riel ii a v a it it. J i pow a county to i ,. A in with him the High. . A a a in of Ole inn Ermuld ? the Chamar of Kotiw free in ii it ii tees of. Tulsa. A no i. I i Lear a cd and xxx it h Cir t. Cd j y chiropractor i a tit Tot r of la x 1 Ai a i Cly it a do t in receded a i Sohpie. Of rated by Dilt a v. Tit a Dii v of to in pie. A Quai i it i John f. Farmer,1 m the name of 0,000 yen Allan striver m a cd the d. C. No a ten it Loi Tor but be. J a of a life of unstinting com downstairs too arow 111 East Quitman Emit of saw Chi Fol i co j a. \ he to x to Muifun phone 433 to Leori a in 1 pc i in a a i t in a or v. H thank and the comment a Tim i i a us Kab a a trapped when the huge Crane he was operating in to overturned h k. Yea rout 63, if crushed to death with his hands Buu on inc controls a 3-ton steel Ball used As a battering ram fell into i pit jerking the Crane Over. International sound photo i comings i goings doings at the Hospital this lady s accessory Tot weapon cooled More by suggestion than by Moeng air. The washboard blues meant More than a song to women who Bent Over them foor substitute for a baseball Bat but Ball games waited while Junior beat rugs with this patients admitted cold Hospital mrs. R. C. Mrs f. I Smithson Jan ibid. Mrs. H. W. Weathers w a. Gandy and j. La see on Call us Ion Youn plumbing fixtures a services 1.w�?wm�?ii All work guar a it i d Mack s plumbing shop ll05 w. Upshur phone g32-w a i i mils. A a Umi in. In Hospital Bort w 1 u i to e. West mis. Hent Selby i anti Balas boy i. A. Wendt and is. A la Barnett. Patients dismissed Hancock Hospital a. La. Chaple u and e a Salter. Mkt in Hospital Charles la Grone or e. D Kelly and baby j. Lam it Knight Raymond Ste Gall Richard Carl Bruce and b. M. Simmons. New arrivals a soft born to or and mrs. Henry Selby born at 4 40 a. In. Today weighing 8 lbs. I of. One t these old fashioned ? you re Light if your answer is u cheap part of the Miracle of electric service today is its Low Cost. You be helped make electricity cheap by using it for More and More jobs. So have the people of the business managed elected companies who Long ago foresaw the need for Low Cost electric service. Their skill and experience and sound business methods have made it today a Best buy. What Ehe can you buy that costs so Little a and does so much Lakhoi a/1 luxury Denim for pm in car a Brown yellow and White striped luxury Denim us dross with Small Patch pockets paired on Thi skirt from the collection of a new York do Uei t n y. Operas in 1 pit photo prescription filled accurately promptly courteous. Reliable pharmacists Only purr High Quality drugs used. A sad Iron Quot they called it and warned who lifted it in and Chi the stove agreed. Clean and fill turn the kick turn it up a lot of work for the Light the Oil lamp gave in the parlor blushing Beau and patient visitors saw the world with the Stereoscope. Ballard Brus cd. Too so. Mum Phan 130 us uth Western us Fahy

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