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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 19 July 1942

\ Page Two The Sunday Record, July 19,1942. BUY IT IN MINEOLA THE SUNDAY RECORD published Every Sunday m Mmeola. Wood County, Texas fcitered a* the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mall matter BiyUr Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. of paper changed from Wood County Record to Tne Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. jfirM-Kira; Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. On The Home Front Any erroneous reaction apon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, nrm, or corporation which may appear in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. TIRES IN AMERICAN ECONOMY From the way some folks in Washington talk, one might readily believe that the chief use the people have for automobile tires is to ride around upon them and have a good time. There is blithe talk about the time when there will be no more tires available for civilian use. Just as if that would not mean anything pa...

Publication Title: Sunday Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 19 July 1942

i s BUY IT IK MINEOLA! HOME FRONT {Continued irom Page 2) |jfand, and the straw for t ;r hats from the Far ' f^xt year felt hats may ' |de of fur, reused or re- 5d wool and sacein, the rilk fiber, and straw hats woven out of sica, cel- l&al or cellophane. OPA's r consumer division recommends that any hats which can be renovated or restyled be taken to the cleaner or milliner. The Sunday Record, Ju y 19,1942. O'Daniel and the War THE PO of KNO Careful Brewing of fa Is Urged. [ Although only 50 per cent st year s deliveries of tea |f<pill be available to consumers, to the cut in imports, eful brewing will make up considerable part of the de- ficiency. Careful measuring of the ingredients when making ; tea, and brewing of only as much tea as will be served are i donservation Suggestions je_Jjy OPA's consumer divi- sion. Rag Violators Warned. Rug manufacturers and dis- tributors who persist in the A True Story Every True Texan Will Understand. By J. FRANK DOBIE "And so, my friend...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 19 July 1942

T- Four T^Sufidiy Record, July 19,1942. * Record want ad! EUGENE TALBERT ATTORNEY He has practiced law al- most three times as long and has had three times as much legal experience as his only opponent. He will make you a FAIR, IMPARTIAL and AGGRES- •3TVE District Attorney. He made a clean campaign aad was almost elected Dis- trict Attorney two years ago. He is deserving of your sup- port this time. Your Vote Will BE Sincerely Appreciated Eugene Talbert Winnsboro Rotary Speaker Monday Eugene Talbert, in speaking before the weekly luncheon of the Rotary Club in Winnsboro Tuesday noon, pointed out that more than 85 per cent of the criminal law violators are young men Talbert further stated that the greatest number of criminals are in the 19 year old age group, and the next largest group of law violators are in the ITi year old age group. H3 submitted that there is a need for reaching and teach- ing these young men before they become criminally mind- ed. Talbert indicated that there we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 26 July 1942

CTORY BONDS STAMPS The Sunday Record 1CT0KY ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth Year—Number 17. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, July 26,1942. State, County Spending Must Be Restricted Dallas. State and county public spending will be con- stricted by the pressure of Fed- eral spending for at least a decade, Curtis Morris, tax di- ll' rector of the East Texas Cham- ^ ber of Commerce, told trade association and chamber of ^Xscenimerce executives of the Southwest here. Taxpayers simply will not have the money or the credit to support the state and local agencies in the manner to which they have been accus- tomed Mr. Morris stated. ways to carry on state Pand local services with less money is the problem of pub- lie officials and taxpayers. We tiiure talked about efficiency P^public administration. Now we shall have to do it if we fare to maintain those functions and services of government which really are essential, the tax director said. A thirty per cent redu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 26 July 1942

Page Two The Sunday Record, July 26,1942. BUY IT IK MINEOLAl THE SUNDAY RECORD \ Published Every Sunday m Mineola, Wood County, Texas at the postoffice at MSneola as second-class mail matter voder Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. CKUe of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. Any erroneous reflection «pon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation which may appear In the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. DECISIVE BATTLES It may be that historians, poring over the records of World War II, will find that the summer of 1942, while the most critical of the .war, did not in fact produce its decisive bat- He. They may even agree that the battle that insured the defeat was not one in which ' the United Nations triumphed but one in which the potentially most powerful ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 26 July 1942

BOY IT IN MTxny>jiA ■«r a week of . . . i •THE WAR President Roosevelt told his -ess conference he is consid- po asking Congress for moTe ecteve controls to keep down cost of living, including > control. The national sit- r-. n as regards the cost of jmng must be kept in line, he said. The one criterion that must be kept in mind is what it^ costs the average family to The Wai Labor Board an- nounced a formula for a na- tional wage stabilization policy designed to maintain workers ^purchasing power at January, levels The Board said "As a general rule workers are entit>ed to 15 per cent more wages than they had on Jan- nary 1, 1941, to meet the in- creases in living costs from that date to May 1, 1942 Work- ers who have received an in- crease of '5 per cent or more during that period will not be *£ tttled to raises except in a-es where their rates still are ub-standard and a raise is necessary to wipe out inequal- ities." The WLB ordered an increase of 44 cents a day, retroac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 26 July 1942

Page Four The Sunday Record, July 26,1942, Tbe great liveoak near La- ■ar, Aransas County, is fre- quently referred to as the larg- tree in Texas. Its trunk two :eet above crown roots has a circumference of 29 feet, 6 laches. Maximum spread of limbs is 102 feet. It is known as the Lamar Oak and also as the Taylor Oak, from General Zachary Taylor who camped «nder it during the Mexican War. ■';! a f Today? ~1 r Does ESTERDAYS Life Insurance Fit Your Needs Today? rljjDU/L Southwestern Life Rsipj'isibsinialijJSL HOWARD LOTT MINEOLA AGENT GET OUT THOSE RECORDS 1 Hello, h'ya all? , Your editor is hereby sacri- ficing some good white space i and paper that has the Maestro I laying down his baton and do- ( ing a little elbow work for a • cause that has you and me working together. The cause, as you know, is Records for Our Fighting Men. The American Legion and the Legion Auxiliary have mobiliz- ed for a coast to coast, door to door canvass for 37,500,000 old phonograph records. These Tec or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 2 August 1942

BUY united •TATE* yfAR iONDS AND L STAMPS ? The Sunday Record ICTOKt ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD i thirteenth Year—Number 18. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, August 2, 1942. Legion Post Cooperates .In Recruiting Drive Navy Plans to Four Pages Today Enlist 3,000 In North Texas Committee Is Earned to Help In Campaign The greatest organized re- cruiting campaign in the his- tory of the Dallas or North and East Texas area was be- J-uly 30 and will run ugh August and Septem- 8r, according to J. M. Rekos, chief petty officer, Navy re- tting service, of Longview. .must be success- cos "and the fcgss will de- live support phran Post sgion has through- Laid in this pply the ex- volunteers. Anderson has littee com- (nith as chair- ek, B. A. Par- to act as a iittee. They [formation and Eerested in join- Post will act as recruiting station jgionnaire and all aei ■ HfliSrested citizens are urged to cooperate in the drive. - All Navy enlistments are on ; voluntary basis as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 2 August 1942

I!LJN mbteolai HOME FRONT (Continuea irom paee 2^ mi, totalled $3579,641 wo L -jne Risser, wpb region direc- ^ announced. By states the ^•48,113,000 for Tex- ^0 for Louisiana, 300 for Oklahoma. In it control will be 1st 1 in four addi- Ise-rental areas of pest OPA region. The 'rent date is March tor / each. The areas is Christi and Waco ind Little Rock and ^ff, Arkansas. Rent reg- iin the areas will pro- i-t beginning August 1 int shall pay and no shall accept more rents rwere charged on the lum rent date. Federal :ontrol already is in ef- 'in fifteen defense-rental of the OPA's six-state Salvage Chief Named. Virgil Hicks of Tulsa, Okla., has been named executive sec- retary of the WPB general sal- vage section for the state of ^Oklahoma, with offices in Tul- succeeds Levi Ackley ined. The appointment of Hicks, who has been an operator for the past 25 was announced by Eu- sser, region director the War Production Board pat Dallas. PRP Warning Issued. ' Revised Form PD-25A must be fil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 2 August 1942

r Page Four First Methodist Church J. H. MALONE, Pastor Church school, 9:45 a. m. G. C. Smith, superintendent. Morning worship, 10:45. Ser- mon subject. "The Glory of the V- Cross.' Epworth Leagues, 7:30 p. m. Evening worship, 8:30 o'clock. Sermon subject, "God's Invi- tation. WSCS, Monday, 4 p m. Bible study, Wednesday. 8:30 Steward's meeting Wednesday evening after Bible study. Come worship with us you will not regret it. The Sunday Record, August 2,1942. Central Christian Church SLOAN GENTRY, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11. The sermon subject will be "The Madness of Religion." Evening worship at 8:15. Ser- PERSONALS Visiting Son. Mrs. J. L. Shelburne is spend- ing the week-end in Nacog- doches visiting with her son, J. Leslie, a student at Stephen F. Austin State Teachers College. o Returns Home. Mrs. J. W. Rothwell and Bil- lie Sue have returned from a week's visit in Longview. o Dallas Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Aaron and son, Allen, spent the past week-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 16 August 1942

ICTORY BUY UNITED STATU WAR fBONDS 1 AND | STAMPS ' The Sunday Record ICTORY BONDS ■an | STAMPS ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth Year—Number 20. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, August 16, 1942 Four Pages Today Wood. County In Line For 9,000 Foot Test Well Located On Big Block Near Quitman Major Companies Join In Test of Goldsmith Block After several months of work- ing on the deal it was report- ed Friday that Rube Benton, ?ort Worth operator, had near- completed a deal that will ■probably bring a 9,000 foot test ^ ' to Shell Oil Company's muchly touted block northwest of Quit- in the Goldsmith area -has been tested many n limes in the past for Woodbine production. By the trade, Benton obtain- ed acreage and financial help from Shell out of its 8,000 acre spread and in turn made a trade with Delta Drilling Com- pany of Tyler to drill the well. Proposed location is given as the J. B. Godsmith 67.5 acre tract in the southwest corner of the Purse survey, ab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 16 August 1942

Page Two The Sunday, Record, August 16,1942 THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday m Mineola, Wood County, Texas Entered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. fttte of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. •yWwutr- Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation which may appear in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. MR. DAVIS' ACHIEVEMENT Those distributed in recent weeks about America's complacent attitude toward the war we are not winning1 very rapidly, will welcome the summation that Elmer Davis issued over the the week-end. The fact that Mr. Davis could gathr the realistic and sob- ering news of lagging production, mounting sinkings, and failure generally to make the best use ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 16 August 1942

iBU¥ ^ITs IN3 MINEOT jv 1 HOME FRONT The Sunday, Record, August 16,1942 Page Three Jontinuea iram. page 2) | A. Porter, deputy OPA ^rator in charge of rent said the primary aim federal rent control is to mafce tenants who live in war production centers feel secure. Mr. Porter was in Dallas re- cently to visit OPA headquar- ters. OPA is prepared, within the limits of its financial and administrative resources, to move quickly into defense- ! Arizona rental areas where it is shown Arkansas it federal control is needed, he said. Federal rent control has been invoked in 20 com- munities in the Southwest, with 57 more designated as defense- rental areas. Rubber Heel Rubber Cut tyse of tire friction scrap, whitoh makes a high grade of reclaimed rubber, in rubber heels ^ and soles, has been pro- d by WPB order. Shoes for both civilians and members of the armed services will be affected by the order. Mexican Labor Available Under an arrangement just j concluded by the governments fUnited St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 16 August 1942

•TV-- Page Four TW The Sunday, Record, August 16,1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA More than two-thirds of the fish caught for commercial P®rpoees in Texas coastal waters is shrimp. —o In spite of the fact that 30,- 000 deer are killed annually in Texas, the number of deer in - the state is reported to be in- creasing. ;r •" I ■ ■ Your Life Insurance by the Needs of TODAY Let Me Analyze •vour Life insurance o Program Without Obligation I^dua. Southwestern Life * <R£pA£AJLniaJtivsL HOWARDLOTT MINEOLA AGENT Rapid Gain On Dependent Children Rolls Austin.—The Aid to Depend- ent Children rolls continue to show the most rapid gain of any of the state's assistance programs, according to figures released by the State Depart- ment of Public Welfare on changes made in August. The state is now aiding 19,226 families with 39,680 children at a cost of $394,004. This is a net gain of 1,784 families, increasing the expense over the previous month by $35,779. The monthly allocation to the Chil- dren's Assi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 23 August 1942

STAMPS The Sunday Record BUY VNITBD STATES WAR AKk L STAMPS ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth Year—Number g>. South Side Well In Coke Field Appears Failure V Two New Wells Have Started At Hawkins All hopes for getting a Pu- luxy producer all but faded way Friday and Saturday at he Magnolia Petroleum Com- pany No. 1 White, south out- post in the Coke oil field. The t well is located 2,000 feet south of the nearest producer, and at last reports coring was go- jng ahead below 6,353 feet. At point the well is still in Goodlan lime section. The I . well indicates the first failure . for the field, and will help de- fine the limits of the field. ^Now also regarded to be in a Fdangerous position is Mag- nolia's No. 1 Robinson, 2,500 feet east of the White well, where drilling has reached 3,690 feet in shale. On the east side of the field, Magnolia No. 1-B Robison, Knight survey, is at 5,175 in fe. ' Georgetown lime, topped at 5,- 125 feet. Elevation is 495 feet. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 23 August 1942

V [Page Two The Sunday Record, August 23, 1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA1 THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday m Mineola, Wood County, Texas at thp nostoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter "lander^Aclf aT Congress, March 3, 1879. On The Home Front B of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. 'MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. r Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation whioh may appear In the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. f CAUSES OF INFLATION In a finely-reasoned editorial the New York Times recently, defined the causes of inflation—and pointed to the inevitable dis- aster that will occur if inflation is not Vented. Here, in part, is what it said. We have yet to see any one demonstrate how it is possible to increase wages in the face of a growing scarci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 23 August 1942

BUY IT IN MINEOLA The Sunday Record, August 23, 1942 HOME FRONT (Contiiiuea irom Page OUR DEMOCRACY 2) y//' dttj^on has ruled that the fu- ^service industry is sub- [ovisions of the Gen- ium Price Regula- rs "Fibzen" ratder "freezing" in pack- ^ hands the entire 1942 pro- ction of dried apples, apri- i>ts, peaches, pears, prunes and "raisin-type grapes, and the car- ryover from the 1941 crop, has been issued by WPB. The order was issued to make the dried fruit available for the armed fprces and lend-lease shipment. Her-supply not purchased by the government will be made available to civilians. Rent Control Area Added Designation of Norman, okla.,, as a defense-rental area brings ( the total of such areas in that I state to nine. In announcing' the designation, Price Admin- istrator Henderson recommend- ed that j'rents be cut back and _g;tabijized at lfevels of March 1 tfris year. The Norman area, which includes Cleveland and McClain counties, will be given 60 days in which to mee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 23 August 1942

Pfcge Four I Give You Texas The Sunday I^cord, August 23. 1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA HoUywood notes (now three evs in the past): I*ncheon with George Sid- director of "Our Gang" ~ies and your scribe could ■BBdly eat his luncheon for faeking around at James Stew- art and Judy Garland and stars ... A visit through j, tfcr studios and meeting Ann P" Kofberford, Lucille Ball, and Cantor again (met him the Fort Worth Casa ■ianana in 1939) . . . Dinner John Lee Mahin, noted •napt-writer, and with the loeely Mrs. Mahin, in a gypsy «afc and the violinist (in satin, t&oasy sleeves and knee pants) - came to our table and played ■something soft and old-world- 3^* - . . Luncheon at other times in the drug store near "fit* studio, surrounded by "ex- SUsf who didn't have time to «#J2aige costumes and so there "was a Southern belle, in hoop- sluits, smoking a cigaret; and at psr&te, bandana around his licad and a black patch over •one eye, eating spaghetti, and HmjcI Boone in buckskin set Jbas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 30 August 1942

■ VICTORY BUY UNITED •TATB1 WAR rBONDS AND L STAMPS i The Sunday Record ICTORY BUY UMITBOH STATES | WAR ^bonds' AND STAMPS ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth Year—Number 22. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, August 30, 1942 Four Pages Today OPA Meeting In Mineola Next Friday J. R. Harley of Tyler, who is a representative of the Office ^ of Price Administration, will be in Mineola Friday to explain [ the rules and regulations of , the OPA to local business men, it was announced here Friday. Mr. Harley will hold a ses- sion from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. r4X)r the retail merchants, and from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. for those business establishments dealing mainly in service. Those who have questions they wish to be answered are urged to have them ready when they as Mr. Harley will try answer all of them. The meetings will be held at the City Hall. o For Children Sharply Curtailed For Coming Year The new fiscal year, which begins for the state on Sep- tember 1, will bring sharp cu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 30 August 1942

if- ;f gfiXwD =br: The Sunday Recofrd, August 30, 1942 ;.THE SUNDAY RECORD Pwishejl Every Sunday mtMineola. Wood County, Texas atwie postoffice at Mkieola as second-class mail matter kfttier ,Act of Congress, Alkrch 1, i \ t " in&'oi paper changed from ^teod Q&anty Rfcconjfto The Sunday I <m Sunday, Novembef<i6, 1939. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas j Press Association. Any erroneous reflection apon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation which may appear .Sn %the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected v&oh being brought to the attention of the publishers. DIEPPg—TOWARD A SECOND FRONT Not an invasion, not a rehearsal, but a test—an extremely important, fruitful and premising test: this seems the most accurate available description of the Dieppe raid. * " ' Such an appraisal leaves out, of course, ;a tiumber of dramatic aspects of a very dra- matic operation. No report on Dieppe would be complete ...

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