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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 11 January 1946

u > K k FRIDAY JAN 11 1946 Pfc HoIUs Morris spent the holidays here with hts parents Mr and Mrs Ora Morris He left here for Camp Pickett Va where he will be stationed for a while Mrs Jim Johnson spent Wed- nesday in Amarillo Harold South is quite ill at his heme here this week with the flu We Now Have Starting and Lighting Attachments FOB H M FARMALLS Half and Oneton Chain Hoists Shotgun Shells 12gauge Grease Guns Hand and Zerk types Tire Chains and Tractor Tires CANADIAN IMPLEMENT Your McCormlckDeering Uealer Jack Yokley Russell Carver A 1940 1Ton IHC PickUp A 1942 Hudson Coach Below Ceiling FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT of the And Place Your Order Now as there are only a few Phone 295 Try One Today We are still installing new equipment in order to serve you better Open 6 A M to 10 P M Your Patronage Appreciated s E H ort Manager Genuin Motor Overhauling Electrical Repairs v Body and Fender Repair Brake Relining Chassis Repairs Front Wheel Alignment Custom Painting ALL WORK GUARANTEED AL...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 11 January 1946

1 Jr I Mls Is Fate Six TRUMAN DUCKS QUESTION OP SECOND TiilM WASHINGTON Pres Harry Truman Isnt sticking his neck out on the 1048 political race yet Democratic Rep Edward Herbert of Louisiana and Mayor Robert Maestri of New Orleans discovered this vhen they called at the White House the other day Maestr reminded Truman that the Louisiana delegation was among the first to support him for vice president at the 1944 Democratic ronventlon In Chicago Then he dded We hope to cast our votes for you fur President at the next convention M Truman chuckled good naturedly but that was all All I can say to that he replied Is that Im Just doing a Job here from day to day and letting Ihc future take care of Itself CLOTHING FOR WHXKANS Chief dilemma faced by the re- turning war veteran when It comes to new clothes Is that either he will get clothes or his wife and sweet- heart will get them There arent going to be enough for both In this choice between man and wife there Is no question as to where t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 11 January 1946

ft TBIDAY JAN 1946 STAGECSCREENiRADIO Rftlnsed by Wtttcrn Kewipaper Union By VinOINIA VALE before Alan Young JUST headed for Hollywood and his first motion picture he un- intentionally enterialned a miscellaneous gathering of New Yorkers They were watching the skaters at the Radio City rink Alan was brushing up on his skating He put on his skates started out and slid not dn the skates quite a distance The housing short age has separated the Young family temporarily Mrs Mary Anne Youngand the children fled to Seattle when they couldnt find home In New York and shes been ottendirig Washington State college completing studies Interrupted by marriage M Bob Crosby was getting along fine as a singing cowboy movie star be- fore he joined the marines and It DOB CROSBY looks as U hed pick up that career again before long now that hes dis charged Meanwhile hes returning to radio on CBS Sunday nights at 10 00 EST p When a New Vork subway accl dent takes place In Hollywood Its worth mentioning ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 11 January 1946

It i rage Eight i s f > Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors or their kindness during the Illness and death of our beloved husband and father Also for the beautiful floral offerings Mrs S A Bentlcy Aubra Bentlcy and family Mrs Lonnle Bentley and child- ren Vcrnoy Bentley and family Mr and Mrs Nollle Bentley 18ltp Mrs Marvin Groves of near Perryton Is a medical patient at Uie local hospital Mr and Mrs W O Maglll have been ill with the flu 4 < OLD CLOTHING NOTICE To our country citizens as well as those In town Just bring your bundles of used clothing to the basement of the First Christian church if no one Is there to re- ceive It leave on counter The drive will continue until January 31 What can you spare that they can wear L A McADAMS Buster Walker of the navy arrived here Wednesday from San Diego to spend his leave wvth relatives Mr and Mrs Deane D Fletcher are In Austin this week attend- ing the state superintendents convention a A Bank Account Is worth ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 18 January 1946

5 4 4 V 4 BE SURE TO READ OVERNIGHT GUEST STARTING IN THIS ISSUE The Hemphill County News VOLUME VIII Mrs Mike Nolan Dies Here Sunday Mrs Clara Belle Nolan passed away at her home here Sunday Mrs Nolan though always pa- tient and cheerful had been In 3 > oor health for several yedrs She had been seriously 111 since December 22 She was suffering from cancer of the throat and had undergone surgery at the local hospital and had also been treated at the Fampa hospital Mrs Nolan was born at Weath erford Tex In 1880 She had re aided In Canadian since 1922 She Is survived by her husband Mike Nolan one son Arthur Rowers who recently returned iiom service overseas four daughters Mrs Delia Guthrie Mrs Annie Shouse Mrs Maggie Mahan and Mrs Eosle McPher- son by one granddaughter My ia Flannaglan who has made her home with her grandparents since infancy and by 12 other grandchildren Also by five sis- ters and one brother All of the children and grand- children were home at the time of her dea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 18 January 1946

si V jv Pace Two CIIAITEH I Adam Bruce decided it was time for lunch sought the hotel He cave his order and while he waited two people came Into the dining room and stood Just Inside the door A grayhatred man round without be- Ing fat applechceked with a mild blue eye and a curious suggestion of physical readiness in his walk Reside him a woman not so old as he with a certain formidable sobri- ety In her countenance that was be- lied by the warmth In her eyes Adam rose stepped toward them said in quick pleasure Hello Topcl The old man turned smiled broad- ly and clasped him by the hand Why hullo Adam Mrs Tope this Is Adam Bruce an old friend of mine Sit down with me Adam urged They obeyed and Bruce looked In- quiringly at Mrs Tope I didnt know you were married Inspector Oh yes over a year ago And the old man told Mrs Tope Adam here was a youngster on the force while I was on the Homicide squad He spoiled a flrstrate policeman to become a secondrate lawyer Bruce grinned Youre behind ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 18 January 1946

v i i FRIDAY JAN 18 1916 MISSOURI SNOW SHOVELERS WASHINGTON The problem oi now removal from the sidewalks round the S mmer White House created something of a problem Just before President Truman paid his Christmas visit to Independence MoAt At first nothing was done about the snow around the Truman man Ion Secret service agents guard- Ing the house said It was their Job to guard not to shovel Finally James T Hopkins aged 59 got out his horse Dick aged five and with a home made snow plow cleared the snow from the North Delaware street side of the Truman home But he didnt have time to clear the West Van Horn road side because he had to clear the walks used by children One day before Mrs Truman ar- rived however George Dodsworth president of the Independence chamber of commerce called out the chambers six new directors He told them that the snow around the Summer White House would have to be cleared and their Initi ation Into the chamber would be to do the Job They did a good Job The w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 18 January 1946

3Rago Pour The HEMPHILL COUNTY HEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EditorPublisher Entered as secondclass matter at Uie post ofllce In Canadian Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 Published every Friday Subscription Ratei In Canadians trade territory 100 a year out- side Canadians trade territory 5200 a year All subscriptions payable In advance Advertising Itate Local 40c per column inch foreign 45c per column Inch Member American Press Assn Those of us with big houses and big hearts arc asked to take in some of the visiting basket- ball players next Friday night Those able and kind enough to do so please call Mrs Hut- ton or Mrs Karr at 231 or Mrs Williams at 235 You the readers of this paper are cordially Invited to write a guest editorial on any subject you might desire Wo hope that enough people will cooperate to keep this feature running each and every week for a long time to come Your own personal opinions are Just as Important and valuable as those of anyone else How about YOU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 18 January 1946

y f f FRIDAY JAN 18 1940 OUR SPECIALITY Try One Today We are still installing new equipment in order to serve you better Open 6 A M to 10 P M Your Patronage Appreciated W LEAVE FOR RULE TEXAS Mr and Mrs Wayne Gibson ore leaving this week or Rule Texas to make their home Mrs Gibson Is the former Miss Roscne Canslcr 1 F Oehlert who has been a patient at the Clovls hospital since July 20 Is at his home here Mr Oehlert Is getting along fine but has not yet been dismissed from the hospital EOBJUUMUSjakOMU iiirti lYj yT Mrs Bllllo Parker has returned home from Fort Worth where she visited her mother who has been 111 Mrs Willis Trockmorton who has been seriously 111 this week at the local hospital was able to return to hex home yesterday Maxlne Tepc daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Tepe has received her discharge from the WACs Rooms Needed for Contestants The Canadian Basketball Tournament is to be held January 25 and 26 We are again seeking rooms for the contestants for Friday night An adult t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 18 January 1946

P f9 Six WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS Truman Takes Legislative Fight To People CIO Extends Drive To Retain High TakeHome Pay bearth capacity Released by Western Newspaper Union IFDITOIt 8 NOTLI When pinions art eipresst4 In these itlimni they arc those of HrsUr Newspsper Union news analysis and nat t e t rllf el this newspaper I Living In damp dark basement like average German family In Frank- fort this couple emerges with chicken and rabbit In arms for breath of fresh air WHITE HOUSE Puts on Heat With Trcsidcnt Truman having tdken to the fireside to carry his legislative programto the people Interest centered on public response to his appeal to prod congress Into ction on a string of proposals deemed important to the orderly functioning of the postwar economy In calling upon the people to arouse their representatives Mr Truman was careful not to antagon- ize congress Itself patting the olons on the back for having fully supported the administrations for- eign policy designed to further int...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 18 January 1946

9 y r rK W f FniBAV JAN 18 1946 UPhillipr Blueprint for LaborManage ment Love and Kisses This Is the Elmer Tivitchetl Ilan lor Belter Understandings Between Labor and Management 1 Fundamentally all the trouble Is due to the fact neither side com- pletely understands the other There can be no peace until some system Is adopted bo that each side can experience all the headaches of the other > 2 Workers do not git enough golf Employers do not get enough life without golf Let the working- man have the golf clubs six months t > year and provide him with a set of clubs After a few weeks of wor- rying over backswlngs tho right grip etc all other problems will seem relatively unimportant And the boss six months away from golf and not giving a darn about the pivot or knee action would find him- self a different person Positively 3 Let the workers split with the bosses the routine of going through the mall answering the unnecessary letters correcting Miss Abernathys spelling trying to A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 18 January 1946

t ge Eight Nm Subscribers New names added to The News subscription list since the first of the month Include Mrs Wallle Lawfer Will Olthoff Mrs Joe Hoy Mrs Juanlta Sumrall J E Dodd E G Eroman Susie La Forge J P Kceton Sanford Cole T J Muse Mrs James Chcsshlre T T Yarnold A H Park U S Army Recruiting Sta- tion at Amarillo II A Mont- gomery J L Van Dyke P L Parra J W Sutton W M Fin cher E E Sparks Mrs W D Wheeler Joe Moycr Mrs Bill Shaw Clorus Miller Frank Pur slcy Henry Babltzke Mrs J D McNeil and the 3Weeks Hatch cry W O Masco was able to re- turn to work at the food bank this week after being ill with the flu Mrs W W Errlngton is visit lng her daughter and husband Mr and Mrs Joe Thrasher at Clovls N M x Card of Thanks Wc wish to thank end express our sincere appreciation to our many friends for their kindness and help during the loss of qur beloved husband and father Mrs C L Burton Mr and Mrs Everett Burton Mr and Mrs Hoy Wheeler Mr and Mrs J E Gilbert Mr Sam Laney HOSPITAL NOTES R...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 18 January 1946

Vol VIII No 19 at OPIOIITIJMTY KNOCKS iiiiti HATE Two cents per word for first Insertion one cent per word for each following consec- utive insertion of the same ad Minimum price is for 15 words FOR SALE 193G Ford truck chassis for trailer C E Porter Phone 243W 18tfc STRAYED OR STOLEN From pasture north of the Blue Ridge school One pale whitefaced 3 yearold cow Branded P on left hip Lloyd Cole Gem Texas 182tp FOR SALE Propane and bu- tane tanks and bottles Any size tanks See us before you buy We are state licensed and bonded SlngcrMaytag Shop J E Gil- bert 18tfc WANTED Apartment or small house by Feb 1 One child Ref- erences Phone 192J 18tfp30 INCOME TAX WORK Qual- ified accountant will take in- come tax work Miriam Baker Phono 192J 18tfp30 FOR BETTER PRICES Any day Bring your hogs pigs and cattle to Wayne Newell at Cana- dian Or if you need a fat calf or hog to butcher call 295 2tfc FOR SALE Plenty of alfalfa and broad prairie hay by the ton or bale as we had to buy more than we ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 25 January 1946

I 1 k i P ft L TOURNAMENT PLAY STARTED HERE EARLY THIS MORNING The Hemphill County News VOLUME VIII American Legion Has Interesting Meeting Monday At the regular meeting of the ZybachOwens Post of the Amer- ican Legion Monday night a res- olution was passed condemning the present government red tape which blocks veterans priorities in the surplus commodities field Major E J Cussln was ap- pointed chairman of a commit- tee to draft a letter to the two senators from Texas and to Rep Gene Worley protesting the pre- sent situation and calling for a ialr simple and workable plan to be worked out He selected to serve with him E C Fisher and Vincent M Lockhart A report on the projected new Legion Home was presented and it was announced that Ben Reed has donated five loads of grav- el when building starts Two lots on the corner across from the Central hotel have been do- nated by E S F Bralnard Frank Cole and John Caylor A committee to draw plans for the building was appointed The members w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 25 January 1946

Paso Two w 3 m AM S WILt lft THE STOUT THUS FARI Adim Ilrutt department of Justice operator vaeauon Ins In th Northeastern bUli where be hid formerly lleed ran Into Us previous bote Inspector Tope and Mrs Tope He recommended Uut the Topef spend the night at Dewalns MIH operated by nee Dwaln whom Bruce retarded very hlfh ly Later that nlebt Tope phoned Brnet to come ost to the anto camp and have- Ned QuIU a state trooper Jolo them Despite the taet Bruce was to leave the Beit mrnlng be went out to mert Tope knowing toat something serious had hap- pened tfe was assured that Bee was wot In trouble He was to meet them at the Faraway collate CHAPTER II While Tope began to get out the bags Bee snd Mrs Tope ap- proached the cabin and the girl pro- duced a key Then at ahe tried the knob the laid in a surprised tone half to herself Why thats funny Its unlocked She entered and becan to raise hades and let In a flood of light and when Tope followed with a bag In each hand she was explaining to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 25 January 1946

If fo t > A Wy1 FRIDAY JAN 25 19lfc UNDER THE DOME WASHINGTON Busy Tom Cor coran the exbra Intruster has been promoting his law partner exSena tor t > Worth Clark of Idaho to re place Harold Ickes when and if the latter resigns as secretary of the In ierlor Clark a former dlchard Iso- lationist Is not likely to set the job An ofMherecord Quote from President Truman A lot of people used to accuse President Rbosevelt of being a liar especially on Capl tol Hill But having been In this Job for a few months myself its hard to know how anyone could be President of the United States with- out occasionally being a liar Boss of the Bronx Ed Flynn close friend of FDR and former Demo cratic chairman Is in for tough political sledding Hardhitting Con- gressman James Roe leader of Queens county who spearheaded Mayor LaGuardlas victory is out to replace Flynn as Democratic na fconal committeeman from New York Ed Flynn always more interested In the coveted field of diplomacy plans to leave f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 25 January 1946

Ee Four Ihe HEMPHILL COUNTY HEWS Canadian Texas Othello Miller EditorPublisher Entered as secondclass matter at the post office In Canadian Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 Published every Friday Subscription note In Canadians trade territory 1OO a year out- side Canadians trade territory 200 a year All subscriptions payable In advance Advertising Date Local 40c per column Inch foreign 45c per column Inch Member American Press Assn COIUSVIN Were all mighty proud of our new lunch room and those re- sponsible for Its success are cer- tainly to be commended for their fine work By the way Mrs Jack Nix asks that those having meat lard milk or other products they wish to sell or trade for meal tickets to please contact her For about ten jears ee printed Canadians Invitation Basketball Tournament pro- grams This year as before the cost was paid for by Canadians progressive business men When using the programs to- day and tomorrow give a thought to the small ads around the schedules Thes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 25 January 1946

< JT r V i v l j > J TJTS V e serja epa ar V J 7 FRIDAY IAN 25 1946 Announcement and Note of Appreciation We wish to announce that Rayburn Hines has purchased the Killarney Cafe from E H Fort Aubrey Kitchens will act as man- ager Mr Fort takes this means of thank- ing his friends and customers for their patronage and to express the hope that they will continue to patronize the new owners who he is sure will continue to uphold the fine traditions of miiujMitiiiiin11 i iiiiuirwirTMi1 1 urnuiiij r i T Starting and Lighting Attachments FOR H M FARMALLS Half and Oneton Chain Hoists Shotgun Shells 12gauge Grease Guns Hand and Zerk types Tire Chains and Tractor Tires CANADIAN IMPLEMENT CO Your McCormickDcerinB Dealer Jack Yokley Russell Carver UH SPECIALITY Try One Today We are still installing new equipment in order to serve you better Open 6 A M to 10 P M Your Patronage Appreciated IE KILLARNEY E H Fort Manager Jf i v > fvJ U w V a Zi > v > vv vVw vAjJvv v tf > IHMlOW i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 25 January 1946

f raco Six EDITORS tkOTEt TM neutpaper through tpecial arrangement utth the Tjlnton liureitu of Wtttern AVirs paper Union at 1616 hye Street V IP WathingUm 0 C it able to bring tndert thh ueekly column on prob- lem of the teteran and teniceman mnd hit family Queitiont may be ad drerd li the nbme liureitu and they mtU be antuered in a tubuqtient col- umn Aff replies can he made direct by mail but only in the column uhich ntll tppear in thl neunpaper regularly New GI BUI of Rights Principal provisions of the new intendments to the G I Dill of Rights which became tow oxer the Christmas holidays Include 1 Increase tn the amount of guar tntecd loans for purchase of a home a farm or for entering business from 2000 to 4 000 2 Elimination of the provision that all benefits of the G I Dili are to be deducted from any future bonus for veterans 3 Increase of subsistence allow anco for single men going to school r taking onthejob training from 50 to 03 a month and for married men from 75 to 90 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hemphill County news — 25 January 1946

ltf 9 K CI f FRIDAY JAN 23 1940 WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS New WagePrice Policy Pattern For Settling Industrial Strife FBI Warns Of Crime Increase Released by Western Newspaper Union EDITORS NOTEI When opinions ate espressed In Ihess eolamns they are tbose of Western Newspaper Unions dsws analysts and not necessarily of thisnewspaper Industrial Front With labor adamant in its demands for appreciable wage increases to assure continued high take home pay and with management equally determined to re- sist sizable raises in the face of OPA ceilings President Tru- man and his aides sought to stave off an economic deadlock imperiling reconversion by granting companies price relief Representing a complete reversal of announced administraUonpolicy of granting price increases only after operations had proven that nlanagement could not absorb wage boosts given first Mr Trumans new approach to the problem was expected toresult in a general pat- tern ofsettlements embodying pay raises of from 15 to 1...

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