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Gladewater Daily Mirror (Newspaper) - May 25, 1950, Gladewater, Texas Editorials features the Gladewater daily Mirror Page four thursday May 25, 1950 Washington merry go round top drawer democrats unhappy Over manner in which funds were raised does the pocketbook come first the Independent of Bridgewater mass., recently carried an article by a farm Bureau spokesman who said a sad but True most of us Are More interested in our pocketbook than in our i he reason for this observation was that two meetings had been held in that area. One had to do with socialized Medicine which the farm Bureau federation has strongly opposed it was expected that about a thousand people would turn out but the actual attendance was Only 2u0 and Many of them a it re doctors. The next Day there was a Public hearing on plans to repeal the tax on cigars and tobacco and 750 people appeared. The writer said a the general Public should have been tar More worried Over the Medicine that the government is trying to make us take than in the Price of a Good Cigar. Socialized Medicine is just one step in a planned Economy where government takes Over certain key functions and controls All the Here is a tragic example of Public lethargy toward great issues that will influence All our lives and the lives of generations to come socialized Medicine As Lenin once said. Is an Arch in the Structure of the communist state. Current proposals for compulsory government health insurance Are simply a prelude to eventual socialization. They Are part and parcel of an All inclusive scheme for giving the government Iron handed Power Over the resources and energies of the nation. And that is certainly More important than the Price you have to pay for tobacco every possible Means must be used to awaken the general Public to the dangers that confront them. A sleeping nation unaware of what is going on is just what the socialists want. Hollywood by Louella Parsons Hollywood May 25 ins a curious that Vittorio do Sica the italian director who won the Cadamy award for a bicycle thief a has chosen the american classic Nathaniel Hawthorne so the Marble Fawn Quot for his next picture. More years ago than i care to remember that Book was on our must Reading list at school. Valentina Cortesa plays one of the leads and Donna Reed was offered the other top feminine role. Donna is on her Way to new York to consult with one of de Sicas representatives but i doubt very much if she will care to leave her husband and child to spend that much time in Rome. When i met de Sica in Rome he could Only speak a few words of English. How Well i remember a year ago at the Derby when Prince and Princess a Khan walked in. The Queen of England Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh were in their Box. But Royalty and everything else was forgotten in the excitement of the britons Over Princess Margarita Ali Khan. June Haver who has been in great pain wont be Able to return to 20th until june 12. That Means that her movie a Pii get by a will have to be shut Down. At first it was thought perhaps june could record the songs and do close ups. But her doctors Are firm in saying that under no conditions can she work for three w weeks. Meanwhile writer by Bartlett is an every Day visitor. He even sends his filipino Cook to prepare tempting dinners for Little Haver. June s collapse on the set after strenuous dancing brought about a recurrence of an old trouble which is keeping her in bed until she a completely recovered. By the Way it was by june called for when she collapsed on the set. I was intrigued to hear Robert Smith Tell me about Quot magic face a which he and Mort Briskin Are making at the Sievering studio in the american zone of Vienna. Briskin is already in Vienna and Smith sails june 15. The Story deals with tile latter Days of the second world War when a european impel on a Tor posed As Hitler. Anton Walbrook whom you May remember in a red shoos a plays the Hitler characterization. There really was a character whee doubled in brass for the madman during his unholy reign. Snapshots of Hollywood collected at random foggy Ryan now in Scotland is being romanced by Donald Zee Ley. He a not a shoot Mon a he san English textile manufacturer and gave her two dozen Cashmere sweaters to keen his love warm. Norman Winston is in Hollywood for a few Days on business. His wife Rosita who has become one of the most popular hostesses in Paris has rented a House in Versailles near lady Mendl for the summer. Ton a Martin flew in from new York All by himself. Cyd Char Risse expecting a baby had to rest after their european trip so remained in new York for a few Days. Tony did All right in Lon downtown. Ben Gage had 250 orchids flown fro Iti Hawaii for Esther Williams we is the happiest girl in town since news that she May expect the Stork december 15 has been officially confirmed. A table that attracted plenty of attention at the monday night Moc Ambo Charleston fiesta was hosted by Lana Turner and her husband Bob Topping with Bruce Cabot Marion Marshall Wanda Hendrix and Bob Neal As their guests. That s All today. See you tomorrow by Drew Pearson copyright. 1950, by the Bell Syndicate inc Washington May 25.�?top-drawer democrats were not Happy when they got to Chicago and discovered the manner in which a Quarter of a million dollars had been raised to Welcome president Truman to Chicago. First a ruling was obtained from toe internal Revenue Bureau that donations to the Host committee were a Charity gift and tax deductible. Chicago it was argued was playing Host to the president regardless of politics. Having secured this local democrats mailed a copy of the internal Revenue ruling to prospective donors with an Appeal for funds. And in the same letter believe it or not they inserted the schedule of democratic political activities. When George Killion sex treasurer of the democratic National committee arrived in Chicago he showed the nonpolitical Appeal for tax deductible funds with the democratic events schedule to chairman Bill Boyle. A that fool nato Lichtblau a growled Killion. A it s the first i knew about it a remarked the worried Boyle. Later he reported the whole matter to president Truman. Note the Chicago daily news and sex congressman Everett Dirksen gof candidate for the Senate made the most of democratic red faces and of the huge amounts of Money contributed by the liquor interests to the Truman reception. Rough and Tumble veep you can to beat Alben Barkley when it comes to rough and Tumble debate or after dinner speeches. The other Day in Chicago Barkley pulled a near Miracle. The occasion was the big democratic rally honouring Thomas Jefferson just before president Truman arrived from the West. The dinner was poorly handled. The toastmaster forgot to introduce postmaster general Donaldson and Secretary of the Navy Matthews. Jack Arvey staged a show of dancing girls from Chez Paree while in contrast Motherly congresswoman Mary Norton of new Jersey droned out a 30-minute speech. By this time it was nearly Midnight the Honor guest table was almost empty and the audience was ready to go Home. But Barkley was still to be heard from. Most sneakers would have been too discouraged to Start. But the vice president got to the Point of what other speakers had ignored a the real Story of Thomas Jefferson. He described the details of his Iii his influence on the nation and did it in such a Way that the tired and milling audience actually listened. Absent congressman this column leaning backward to congressman Thurmond Chatham of North Carolina recently explained his prolonged absence record from Congress by the fact that his wife had passed away to months ago and he had not been aide to concentrate on his work. That explanation May have been Overly generous. Since then it has been Learned thai congressman chathams absence has been partly due to House parties at his Currituck sound cottage. Two weeks ago furthermore he brought mrs. John t. Barnes. Jr., wife of a Reynolds tobacco offi Cial to the Baptist Hospital at Winston Salem at 2 30 a. In., May 8, with a severe Gash at the base of her Skull. Mrs. Barnes 35 years old and a prominent socialite was suffering from loss of blood. Or. Barnes arrived at the Hospital at 5 a. In. Hospital authorities nurses and internet flatly refused to discuss the incident but congressman Chatham when queried said that mrs. Barnes had been dining with others on his Terrace had caught Lier dress in a chair and fallen hitting her head against a Marble Wall. We Are delighted to accept the congressman a Story but it should also be noted that his prolonged absences from Congress apparently Are not entirely due to the loss of his wife. Merry go round Secretary of state Acheson is so tired following his London conferences that he cabled the state department that he is not to be disturbed on tile voyage Home no matter How Many speeches senator Mccarthy makes about him. Francis Pickens Miller the Bvrd machines sworn foe in Virginia tossed a real hot potato at sen. Harry Byrd. He proposed a Virginia state a committee on reduction of nonessential senator Byrd uses his chairmanship of a similar committee in Congress to lire shots at the administration but no such probe of padded payrolls in Byrd controlled Virginia has Ever been dared before. Another hot fight Between right and left wings of the gof is on in North Dakota. Frank Vogel a Campaign manager for Quot old bobs la Follette s presidential Campaign in 1924, is running for governor. Professor Harold Urey famed atomic scientist from the University of Chicago is slated to be director of the new science foundation. Landlords have been getting such bad publicity Over High rens that the Norfolk va., real estate Board appointed a 22-Man committee to keep rents Down. Instead of curbing rents however nine of the committee members themselves boosted rents from 27 to too per cent. The nine men who were supposed to Dolci rents Down but increased their rents Are Ludwell Baldwin Walter Bott Clifton Cauncil Ralph Drew cry m. Etheridge Robert Koolage William Kutz Lawrence Page and V. W. Trice Quot Driver of the year Quot Lloyd r e i s n e a 37-year-old truck Driver of Indianapolis was As Cool and collected As you would expect the a Driver of the year to be when he was congratulated by president Truman for his Highway safety feats. Truman himself seemed to get to bigger thrill than the truck Driver As Reisner told of saving a Little girls life on a Highway near Louisville by. A your highways Are becoming safer every year a remarked Truman. A and we have men like it of to thank for before departing Reisner got a prize presidential autograph for a nine y e a r o i d Indianapolis neighbor. John Truman Harmon a no relation to the president. A you re making a lifelong Democrat out of this boy a grinned Reisner As Truman inscribed a personal card for the youngster. A with a second name like that he ought to be quipped the president. Crossword i 2 3 i 4 5 6 7 i 8 9 Roll 12 i 13 14 15 16 17 18 f9 i 20 in m h 21 d 22 la 24 25 26 27 28 29 ii 30 h 3f 32 33 34 35 ii 36 m ii in d la in 38 39 40 4f 42 43 44 tit in 45 46 i 47 % 48 49 50 in 51 East Texas boy scouts to leave from Longview june 24 for National Jamboree n 1 re. E t. Cd horizontal i. Variety of lettuce 4. Portico 8. Virulent epidemic 12. Palm Leaf 13. Knocks gently 14. Operatic Solo 15. Entire amount 16. Uplifting 18. Washing 20.frost 21. Aptitude 22. Place in position of pronation 26. Head 28. Rough huts 29. Fourth Caliph 30.stretches Over 31. Sped 32 strongest 34. Wax 35. Type of annuity 36. Soft dirt 37. Spread for drying 38. Oxygenate 41. Attachments 45. Youth 46. Nobleman 47. Hard shelled seeds 48. Before 49. Decimal units 50. English statesman 51. Male offspring vertical 1. Fuel 2. Wide mouthed pottery Jug 3. Deliverance from sin 4. Limit 5. Strong flavor 6. Goddess of Harvest 7. One seeking position of Honor answer to yesterday s Puzzle Victaw Nohl Hail Anglia a Saran aaa Anoa Noi Uilia Hun re Lisej Billj Dod Dan a in Milo he ii i3hwhhhsuh Hlili a Hui Zinra Hij Hho Mantle a bad Ohio Mutl a ii Tiaa Elton to 5-25 8. 9 10. 11. 17 19 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 33 34 36 38 39 40 41 42 43 by Kin feature synodical 44 a Prate ump of solution 23 minute. 5-25 source silkworm transgression juvenile game sacred pictures Wrath part of a subject Breeds of dogs Lac Rymal drop serf gone by singing voice exhausting pig pens Speaks Mongrel disorderly poker stake starchy Root Paradise Likely River in Scotland female Chicken possessive pronoun the schedule for the 356 boy scouts and leaders going to the second National Jamboree at icy forge Pennsylvania in Juno was announced in final form today by Fred a. Williams Jamboree chairman for the East Texas Aiea Council. Boy scouts of Amelim. The delegation to of a t Tex will leave from Longview at to la p. In. On june 24, although the time of mobilization at Longview has Beer. Set for 3 p. In that afternoon by the it Council Jamboree commit tee. The afternoon period will by used to Check Over All details of Jamboree participation and All personnel will take part in a gala Celebration planned by Longview officials. The East Texas contingent is made up of eight full troops of 35 scouts and three Lea ii i each one troop of 19 scout is and two leaders with the others joining the group at Valley forge from the Lone Star area Council Ai. I line negro troop of 35 scout and tin e i leaders 26 of whom Are Horn the i East Texas area Council. From Longview Ila be legation will Board a special train Over the Texas and Pacific i pack a j to St. Louis where they will u i rive at noon on june 25 there about an hour lab i Over tilt a Pennsylvania still on a Speed a train the group will go to w he i in ton d c., arriving there at 8 a. In. The morning of june 2o the entire Day will tie j int in sight seeing Washington Whitn a a i historic spots through an my on de sight seeing tour in the morning and special activities on the parts j of the to troops will occupy the afternoon tin i cd it will end i at night for new York arriving i there Early the Mort bm.-, of 27 a full Day of of Galizi to Gnu seeing is planned it i the o in wit i the group leaving late ii the a n Trig and arriving in Valley i to e j the morning of june 22 up j rival in Valley fat a go the k Texas delegation will t p i an intensive two my a it of training experience a a it will take part in the formal open my of the nation the evening of june 30, at Whir time president Truman wit Dally declare the Jamb oct n Erat Ion after an inspection of Ai campsites. The Jamboree in All ii a will continue through jul ii. The Hast Texas group no r until 2 p. In. July k. The ter in will be occupied in seeing trips to Philadelphia Tendance at a major league Ball game Etc. The group will a rive i Lek in Longview at 3 to a. In. July to. be set out for late occupant and parents will pick up then it during the morning. Organization of the Jambois moving at a rapid Pace by Vod hams announced today there maybe openings for several want to get in on tin Boree experience or in a d who ought be Interi n j a Contact the Council scout off. At the Hospital patients admitted a i ecu n nuut Nderson Hospital a Cecil Hon. Patients dismissed k. Phalli w. It. I new arrivals Russia Boycotts meet Tali Zed sewing commo Dation Rural Homes Corvallis Ore ins a the average Western Rural family pre or Irv my a clothes eighty six pet by a a in. A a one mra families que and laundry acad a coveted area fers a one Story Home a recent government Survey showed. It a must have basement screened or glassed Back porch a Kitchen with i dining Nook a dining room Coo led had electricity 80 percent i some sort of plumbing and half had telephones. Read the Mirror classified Page prescriptions we fill them accurately promptly and to your doctor s epee ideation. It is our business to help protect your health. Ballard drug co. Too s. Main phone Iso Don t walk but run to the fairs quitting business Cju cd savings of a lifetime Ann Sothorn i am Happy to is very much totter after All reports about How sick she been these Many month. But still Isno up to making a pie yet. She has turned flown an Porta it Job at 2011, Century to wait until she a comple Strong. But you can to keep a Gal her spirit Down. To she swi a Book a there j am again Tor a in which she views hot a recent operation and what on in a girls mind when knows she has to face the stating table. If it is As Funn Irvin Cobbs treatise on it is Pende Tomy Shell have a seller. Say the has Ann a lure l in Fox bely with Ding Doe two Glt gets tie a per be i one Man s opinion by 77alter Kiernan distributed by International news service or. Trygve lie returning f rom a series of conferences with world leader.-, it an report that he found them All in splendid health and miserable spirits. Then have been rumours that i mid Stalin had passed on but or. Lie assures us that Stalin is not Only alive but kicking. About Many things. The pied typer by Nat Lamb i Here w own Suppo at any Tir pow r run the no doubt about our the United nations. Even at three a reuses in London strongly for one world Power blocs such As War groups. It London. Or. Lie visited i in minister Attlee Between Confidence votes and in Paris lie talked with Premier Bidault who iia it a record of several months in office. Arn to them Man a just a year ago i was in Cannes for Rita i Lay Worth marriage to Ali Khan and grinding out six and seven stories a Day. Saturday j their fir t wedding anniversary and although there have been rumours a hey Boti a a the an Happy. be together in Paris saturday to Cep Blate the ii wedding anniversary then they go on to London for tile Epsom experimenting Downs Derby. School year. Status quo assurances All id they Are just As Strong Tovern neb that made what More could a 12-month shool year Dallas May 25 ins the Dallas school Board has authorized supt. W. T. White to Start with a 12-month of amp Hatler a Mirror published daily and sunday by the Hartcraft printing amp publishing company inc., at 215 North Dean Street Gladewater Gregg county Texas t. W. Lee chairman of the Board Wendell Bedichek acting editor and general manager Nat Lamb City editor Kyle Freeman advertising manager. Consolidated with the Gladewater times Tribune november 28, 1949. Entered As second class matter at the Post office at Gladewater Texas under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation of any person firm or corporation which May appear in this newspaper will by gladly corrected upon it being called to the attention of the editors. Subscription Kates by Carrier 20e a week. 75c per month. Three months $2.25. Six months $ i 50 and $9.00 per Yar. By mail 75c a month or $7.50 per year. Ali mail subscriptions axe payable xxx Advance. Huddled in tile Black shadows of the fabulous wealth splashing Gladewater Oil derricks Are a few cases of human misery which make the blood run cold. In tile midst of plenty a family of eight stand on the Brink of starvation. Tuesday night the frantic Mother of seven children gathered her Brood of hungry youngster around her in the dark and sobbed in despair through a Long and sleepless night. There was not a single crust of bread in the House. The Utility had turned off her source of water Light and Gas. Her husband had deserted the family leaving her alone to hold Back the flood Waters of abject poverty threatening to sweep Over her head. And in the distance Oil Wells pumped wealth from the ground. Lights licked on in nearby Homes is darkness grew Blacker and Famiie on the a a have Side of the Ledger happily sat Down to full tables of food completely unaware of the gnawing hunger of seven children not Many City blocks away. A three months old baby cried nervously in the dark and its 13 year old sister tried to Comfort tile baby s Mother in Lier despair. Hard to believe Isnit it yet ifs True. Something was being done about it Early wednesday morning As welfare worker mrs. W. R. Hostel heard about the family Dight. And a neighbor or two pitched in to help. The family had nowhere to go to since the Mother s aged parents had no Means of help her but a kindly nurse living nearby cooked some food for wednesdays luncheon and the children eased their hunger pain hurriedly uneasy lest the food disappear. Someone Goi the water turned Back on temporarily and efforts were being made to get the lights and Gas Back into operation so the Mother could Wash clothes and Bathe her babies some of them Only two and three years old and heat food for them. And the welfare worker stood in i he Bare Kitchen com Fox Ting hic Mother promising her help in the dark hour of need the children began to take Hope again and the smallest boy smiled. His Clark Brown eyes alive with Ini rest As his Mother quit sobbing for a few moments in her re new de Hope for a better future. A better future than the unpainted shanty with falling Down furniture in the sparsely furnished a living room and the Bare kit Chon cupboard. Something better than the single Beer Mug the whole family had to use to drink their donated quart of milk from or the three plates which were All the eight had to eat from. The Mother tired from years if childbearing and living from hand to Mouth can to have too Good a future. Her husband is unlikely to Ever return since he is reportedly in trouble with the Law and she can never support her Large Brood with hey own labors for there Are too Many Mouths for her tired hands to feed. And she can to count on help from her eldest daughter a 16 year old who ran away from Home to marry an older Man some months ago. But perhaps someone will see to it for a few Days that she has water running from a hydrant lights burning at night and Gas to fire her stove to warm what food she can scrape up for her babies and maybe the welfare agencies can find some sort of work for her to do so she can help support her family. She loves her children and wants to keep them near. They Are just about All she has left and her Mother love should not be denied. Yes this is a Paradox. That in the midst of flowing plenty there should be such a one with so Little. Graduation for him and Mer the fair store is simply Chuck full of gifts to fit any pocket Book at their sensational Sale savings from 25 to 50% ladies Denim Nylon h0se pedal pushers amp shorts 15 denier in Beautiful shades misses ersatz Coffee Charlotte Mich. Up a filch ii. Beach is offering $25 for a Dupile ate of a lost Coffee substitute recipe. Beach who said the real product keeps him awake used to fall asleep even after drinking several cups of the substitute. His housekeeper made the drink after his wife died 17 years ago bul when she died a year ago the recipe was lost. 885 regular $1.49 value men s French cuff dress shirts Beautiful pastel colors 98 c values to $1.98 men s dress shoes 5 styles to choose ladies slips trimmed with lace Beautiful pastel colors $ of regular $1.95 value mens dress socks pastel colors All sizes $-98 $398 to regular $3.95 value values to $6.00 pair Reg. 29c value graduation gifts at big savings during this close out Sale i Corpora Ted a prices talk outfitters for the entire family we Cash pay Roll checks

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