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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 March 1951

BEfr-v North Morris Comity Located on The Broadway Of America ctplrs Monitor Naples Oldest Business Institution—Established in 1886 A Sural Section la Morris, Oim Bowie Ot<v Sixty V VOLUME SIXTY-FIVE Registrants Taking Physical Exams For Armed Forces in Month of Feb. Morris, Franklin, Titus and Camp Co. NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY TEX., FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1951 NUMBER 33 Following is list of registrants of this local board who were C C J- T/* *• examined by Armed Forces in 0 l3 lflCltl tO VlSlt month of February, 1951: Accepted: Morris County: Thomas N. Lee, Leo Mobley, Robert Smith, Johnie M. Everett, Otis J. Woods, James H, Robertson, Jodie D. McMiller, Leo W. Fleming, Bert Benskin, Jr., Denzel M. Davis. Titus County: T. P. Allen, Jr.1 .XT Xs" 1"su""";c Chester D. Capehart Billy P - y have at least six "quarters Mt. Pleasant Thurs. April 22 Workers who have reached the age of 05 can now qualify for old age insurance benefits if C of C Striving For Citywide Cleanup Project Denny, W. M. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 March 1951

m fy ■ WJ I I J DALTON NEWS /laudine Cromer, Reporter ivir. und Mrs. Norris Nash spent part of last week in Hughes Springs with their daughter and family, Mrs. Roy Vestal. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Vernon May. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brock and Ben Grimes were Sunday after- noon visitors of Mrs. Anni« Coker of Bryang Mill. Marcel and Nancy Carlisle were visitors Thursday night of Mr. and Mrs. Seeb Tuck and family. Carrol Beth Higgins of Rocky Point visited one night last week with Winifred May. Ben Grimes was ill over the week end. He was admitted Saturday to the Naples Hospital and dismissed Sunday. Jeanette Hampton visited Tues- day afternoon with Claudine Cromer. Claudine Cromer spent the week end in Mt. Pleasant with Dr. and Mrs. Claude Cromer. Saturday night supper guests of Dr. and Mrs. Cromer were Mr. Lone Star Plans Distribution of New Loan Funds Officials of the Lone Star Steel Company have announced allocation of the $73,425,201 loan from the U. S Government ap- proved du...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 March 1951

THE NAPLES MONITOR WRIGHT PATMAH'S waiMiara KUfWiMWilg FRIDAY. MARCH II. lUt Car Maker Boosts Reco.dto2%Mifiion} iFarm News H-BOMB Two entire counties are being taken over by a Government pro- ject in South Carolina for the purpose of constructing a plant to manufacture a hydrogen bomb. Scientists are not yet sure that such an H-bomb can be produced. When first talked about it seemed to be generally agreed that at least 10 A-bombs would be require^ to produce one of the people. If the people de- ride that meat is too high and they refuse to buy meat, prices will go down. The same will happen in the case of automobiles or anything else. Therefore, if the people go on a buyers' strike and witniiold money trom circulation it is possible for us to have bad times under good con- ditions- It is not the actual money that 1 H-bomb. Now, noted scientists is in circulation that counts so are estimating that it will re- much toward prosperous times quire up to 100 A-bombs to make as the veloci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 March 1951

JK I mm am the Naples monitor FRIDAY. MARCH 16. 1951 the naples monitor MAPLES OLDEST business institution established in 1«m PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NAPLES, TEXAS AMD MRS. TOM HICKS OWNERS. EDITORS, PUBLISHERS I % Entered as second class mail at Naples under act ot Congress of March 3rd, 1879 ' - ■ , — ii ' ■■ « DSUBSCR1PTIGN PRICE PER YEAR: In Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, $2.00. Outside Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, $2.50 NOTICE TO PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputa- tion of any person, firm or corporation which may aPP*&r "to the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention df the publisher. WRIGHT- PATMAN'S SMALL BUSINESS PROBLEMS The Committee on Small Busi- ness of the House, of which I am Chairman, has just announc- ed a six-week schedule of field hearings on "Problems of Small Business Related to the Na- tional Emergency." The hear- irtgs will be conducted in 20 States, beginning on March 26...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 March 1951

THE NAPLES MONITOR 7%f rT-rrnpi* MJ , FRIDAY1, MARCH II, 1951 Southwestern Gas & Electric to Build Large Plant at Lone Star Lake Constuction of the third large clectric generating plant since the close of World War II was an- nounced today by Southwestern Gas and Electric Company. The new multi-million dollar plant will be built at Lone Star, Texa according to Frank M. Wilkes, president of the company. The new plant will be built on the site of the huge Lone Star Steel Company operations in southern Morris County, about 8 miles from Hushes Springs and Dairigerfield. Southwestern's large new plant will begin with one 40,000 kilowatt unit and be so planned as to accommodate more units as electric load re- quirements demand, Wilkes said. A plant site has been purchas- ed from the Lone Star Steel Company on the company's lake from which water will he used lor condensing and cooling pur- poses. A cooperative agreement has been signed between the elec- tric company and the steel com- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 March 1951

■ . \ 5Pi i 1'' ! I r f I >:1_. The napleb MONiTdrt FRIDAY, MARCH 16, lflSi ISO Mile Per Hour Chase by Cass Co. Sheriff Apprehends Okla. Bootleger Written For March. 2 An early morning chase by Sheriff Johnny Thompson and his Deputy, Frank Slock, of Bay town, Texas, who Johnny swore in as a Cass County De- puty, apprehended one of Okla- homt's famous syndicates in the bootlegging racket. The chase began in the City of Hughes Springs, Texas, short- ly after 3 a. m. Tuesday morning, Feb. 20, and ended approximat- ely 8 miles south of Mt. Pleasant, Texas, when the new 1951 New Yorker Chrysler overturned 6 times and landed in a creek flooded by water from the early morning rains. Occupants of the Chrysler was Mr. and Mrs. Herman Washing- ton, who give their address as residents of Durant, Okla. Ac- cording to the statement made by Mr. Washington they had pur- chased $2,200 of whiskey in Shrcveport, La., and was driving it through to Oklahoma, which is a dry territory throughout the e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 March 1951

<v HW" ro Iff ;- imkmm <r* /* ' ] /< 7 \ fHfc MX Lai MO 1*6# — i«i>—^ Classified Ads FOR SALE: Mlnows, all sizes. Loy Jennings, City Cafe. 31-4tc FOR SALE—Post Oak post, 6V& ft. See C. W. Heard, Naples, Texas. 28-Gtp YES S I R I STILL DOING BUSINESS— Expert Horio Shoeing Black Smithing That Will Satisfy Truck Beds That Last M. J. SMITH Back of Chevrolet Company Pau| H.jRUm School News . BELDEN LODGE NO. 674 A. F. & A. M., NAPLES, TEXAS, MEETS EACH THIRD THURS- DAY NIGHT EACH MONTH. 8 P. M. <i«i WE BUY. SELL. TRADE Will pay highest prices for used furniture. Have many bar- gains in new furniture. If its furniture, refrigerators, gas ranges or mattresses see us. Have that eld mattress made into an innerspring mattress. We pick up and deliver. Phone 936 day or night we give one day service on mat- tresses. i See Mrs. Campbell at Camp- bell's Mattress factory located highway 67, Mt. Pleasant, Texas. FOK SALE: A sewing machine in good sliajx1. See 'iom Harvey, Napl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 March 1951

1 If U n;:- V, || i o v f 1 i I I «%s *■ . r ■■■« "■'.•«' H , ' ^ MONITOR FRIDAY. MARCH 16. 1951 * ,■ I : mmmi ■ Faimjiews SULPHUR-CYPRESS SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT NEWS Joe Justiss, conservation farm- er 10 miles east oC Mt. Pleasant has Just finished planting 54 acrcs of Kobe lespedeza on his permanent pasture land, and has also planted an additional 15 acres of sericea lespedeza to be used as s meadow. Justiss, like many other conservation farmers cooperating with the Sulphur- Cypress Soil Conservation Dis- trict, has continued to increase his sericea plantings each year for the past two or three years. Fred Avery has planted nine more acres to eericea lespedeza on his farm eight miles south- east of Mt. Pleasant. Avery was Baptist Church Crimson clover in the district is a small patch on Raymond •Browns' farm five miles north . - . , «f Mt. Pleasant. This; clovcr was!, A fa pC planted last year and. the present', stand is from natural reseeding. From all indications .a better i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1951

•! - Wti C '■ ' 'mV • if* / l"K '• I-:7M'1: I : -V" North Morris County Located on The Broadway Of America mittor Naples Oldest Business Institution—Established it 1886 A Rural Section In Morrbt, Cms and Bowie Counties Ovc« Sixty V - VOLUME SIXTY-TIVE NAPLES, MOHHIS COUNTY TEX., FRIDAY. MARCH 23. 1951 Football Game Scheduled For Friday, March 23 Exhibition game slated for Friday night, March 23. Spring football training is coming to a close now and the boys are look- ing pretty good. In order to let the fans get a look at next year's team and also to give the boys some experience under game conditions, the coaches have an- nounced that there will be a game Friday night, March 23, at 7.45 p. m., at the Naples stadium. Coach Lucas says he plans to play his next year's team against boys that will not be back next year. The Brahmas will run from the 'i' formation with several boys seeing action as T quar- ter backs for this game. Coach Lucas has not definitely decided what formation he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1951

rii.' -V jrmf i' f *% MXUBi M6HW6A , ,„ , dt\i • 1 .-ate. I I ■ U|^ ifj JKj c |V I K i I m COME TO MMriittay tamxv, is, m :• : : . Sunday, ill f, ,> ' ,# \flV(|l ■■ ■■ Attend The Church Of Your Choice Every Sunday THIS PAGE IS PUBLISHED WITH THE HOPE THAT MORE PEOPLE WILL GO TO CHURCH. IT IS SPONSORED BY LOCAL BUSINESS FIRMS ■//.«& AND CHURCHES, WHO BELIEVE WE SHOULD ATTEND RELIGIOUS SERVICES REGULARLY. w The H. C. Fulcher Store Hall's Store David Cranberry Mem. IIosp. W. A. Giles, Men's Wear Morris County Supply Store Creacy's Electric Co. Fleming's Groc. and Mkt The Naples Monitor M. B. Hampton Builders Supply Lacy Mills Cleaners Noah Ellis Smith Drug Store Tidwell's Store Coker Chevrolet Company W. H. Morgan Store W. N. Callaway Grocery Aliens Market-Grocery J. B. Oshorn, Shoe Shop 0.1. Fink, Magnolia Station Leeves Pharmacy . Hanner Funeral Home Naples Variety Store Ben Franklin Variety Store City Cafe Morris County National Bank C. J. Vaughan Co. Chester Coker Motor Co. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1951

DOUGLASVILLE NEWS Mrs, B. W. Swint. Reporter Spring will make its official appearance Wednesday. We have been looking forward for it for some time as this winter weather has kept some of us in- doors. _ We are very glad to know that Dallas Stone is improving in Texarkana. He hasn't been well for some time. 'Mr. and Mrs. .T. C. Morriss, Mrs. .H. P. McCoy, Mrs. *Ben Heath, Mrs. Watt McCall and Mrs. Paul Baiter returned from the Natches Pilgrimage Sunday evening. They reported a won- derful trip. They attended Sun- day School and church in Miss- issippi. They attended the Pag- eant on Saturday evening in Natches auditorium. This was a lovely part of tl\e trip. The four Bryan sisters, Mrs. Onie Gallaway, Mrs. Lillie Mc- Coy, Mrs. Sarah Cameron, and Mrs. Penson Brabham, who have birthdays in March were enter- j tained in the home of Mr. and [ Mrs. James Alfred Galloway of; Texarkana Sunday. There were twenty seven guests present. Wo wish for these sisters many more happy birthdays. j Ral...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1951

,.,v> y ■ v • trts naples monitor FRIDAY, MARCH 23. 1951 fill *A^A^(WWWWVWWW< CARD OF THANKS Wo take this method of thank- in n our many friends for the as- UH'C ? rendered when our house and contents were des- tiny <sd by fire Feb. 1, and for the many useful gifts that you have given. Mrs. D. B. Barber Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Cornett. INEZ THEATRE Naples. Texas Open Week Says 6 p. nu Saturday 2 p. m. Paul H. Pewitt School News. FRIDAY ft SATURDAY TOMAHAWK Van Heflin Yvonne DeCarlo SAT. NIGHT PRKVUE EMERGENCY WEDDING Larry Parks Barbara Hale SUNDAY 8c MONDAY TRIPOLI Maurine O'Hara fohn Payne TUESDAY ONLY EMERGENCY WEDDING 7" Larry Parks Barbara Hale WEDNESDAY k THURSDAY MR. MUSIC Bing Crosby HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDANCE DROPS A check at the end of the Six weeks period from January 22 to March 2 revealed that the Pewitt High School attendance was lower than It has bean all year. This is the first time this year that high school attendance has dropped baiow the 90% mark for any class. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1951

1 '/k - THE naples Monitor ||f £Ufc. FRIDAY. march 33. 1m1 u. % rI •#*, Fa: m News is McCombs has seeded a neadow to Kobe and t border of BiColor Les- iround a small wooded I h M. L 5 acre planted pedeza area. Paul VIcWhorter has seeded 50 acres to Serecia on a well pre pared seedbed, using home grown seed. Fifty acres of his Crimson Clover, which he has been graz- ing since the fifth of March, has maintainned a McWhorter has DANIEL CHAPEL NEWS Mrs. Orb Gibbs, Reporter There was a large crowd out to church Saturday night, Sun- day and Sunday night. Everyone is ^invited to attend Sunday School each Sunday. We are very glad to report that Orb Gibbs is hqi e from the hope perfect stand.1 hosPital and is feelflfe some bet purchased sev- ter. Those visiting him through eral stands of bees to be placed i the <*ay Sunday were Buck Irvin, M m MN8 i§ Texaraka Quadrille to be in Horse Show Saturday Night March 24 8 p. m around the clover. Cross polli- nation by insects wilil materially inc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1951

. iki ■ y§ v i ■•-'•v.. ) - the Naples monitor FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1951 THE NAPLES MONITOR naples oldest business institution established in ism PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NAPLES, TEXAS MR. AND MRS. TOM HICKS OWNERS, EDITORS, PUBLISHERS Entered as second cleea mall at Naples under a°* °* Congress March 3rd, 1879 of DSUBSCR1PTION PRICE PER YEAR: In Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, $2.00. Outside Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, |2.50 NOTICE TO PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputa- tion 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 bit the publisher. WRIGHT-* PATMAM'5 MIW! (WANTED BY THE FBI Personals v - * PMI " . W. ■ r: • ; ;V, r R. F. C. The Reconstruction Finance Corporatlonn was created in 1932 under President Hoover, for the HADACOL Is uested Nurses Req By HADACOL Helps Folks Suffering Deficiencies of Vitamins Bb B2) Niacin and Iron. Registered nurses. In...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1951

trnm ~ —- ' Musf Claim S S By March 31,1951 Arc you failing to collect old- nge and survivors insurance bene- fits you are eligible for under the new Social Security Act? Paul J. Files, Manager of the Paris social security office warn- ed today that people made eli- gible for benefits on last Septem- ber 1 by the new social security law must claim them by March 31 if they are to get the full amount payable. The new law makes it possi- ble to honor many claims that had to be disallowed before. However, those affected must file new claims at his office be- fore any payments can be made. "Back benefit* can be paid for only the six months before the month of application," Paul J. Files explained, "and people who were made eligible in Septem- ber but who haven't been in touch with us since then should inquire promptly at our office or by mail." He listed the following classes as those most likely to be affect- ed: 1. People 65 and over who have worked as much as a year and a half on soci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1951

IftWItWttMlfc WMMMMMfJMMI the Naples monitor FRIDAY. MARCH 23. 1851 Pewitt School fourth pound blocks. The but- ter was placed on a table where some women wrapped it with remarkable speed and placed four blocks in a box. We went through the bulHing and as we did we noticed that the mach- inery and the building itself was very clean. They had several safety signs in places that might be dangerous. We then went to th| Butter- Nut Bakery. We saw where the bread was allowed to rise in tubs in a very warm room. We saw where it was boked in loaves and cooled. After the bread was cooled it was carried down a belt and slid down into a ma- chine where it was quickly wrapped. After visiting these places we went to the park where we ate p~"g our lunch and played games.. Others went back to town to eat their lunch. After lunch we came back home. We enjoyed our trip to Mt. Pleasant and found that places' wo visited were very interesting and educational. We all had a very good time nad came home ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1951

■y,'K,s ■ 1PPP * •> North Morris County Located oil The Broadway Of America V ' ; I V M. -52 Monitor Naples Oldest Business Institution—Established in 1886 Serving A Sural Section la Morrih, Cass and Bowie Comities Ovfw Sixty Yt VOLUME SIXTY-FIVE NAPLES, MOHHIS COUNTY TEX., FRIDAY. MARCH 30. 1951 NUMBER 35 City Election to be 15 Men Hurt When 2 Trains Collide Tuesday at Omaha Hdud| Tuesday Mpril3 By Mayor Harold Parsley The City of Naples will hold an election on Tuesday, April 3rd, 1951, and same will be held at the Chevrolet Motor Co. show room. It is the duty of each citizen to give this coming election your utmost thought as to whom you desire to have as your city officials. The positions that are to be filled will require men that are capable and willing to give their time for the services that will be required to properly carry on our city business. You, a voter, will have the privilege of supporting the men of your choice to serve as councilmen and mayor. It is the desire ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1951

smmm NAP THE NAPLES MONITOR r:S OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION ESTABLISHED IN 1 M PULL1SHED WEEKLY AT NAPLES, TEXAS • ■^a I.IBS. TOM HICKS OWNERS, EDITORS, PUBLISHERS -56" vLu.:.jr' ed as cond class mail at Naples under act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879 DSUBSCR1PTION PRICE PER YEAR: In Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, $2.00. Outside Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, $2.50 NOTICE TO PUBLIC Any erroneous reflectipn upon the character, standing or reputa- tion of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in (he columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. WRIGHT PAT MAN'S mm mw MORE TAXES No one likes to pay taxes. At the v same time, money that is spent by the Federal Government for the many different purposes that money is spent today must he provided through the only mehod that we have, and that is through taxation. Every appro- prition should be carefully con- sidered with the knowledge that « tax biU should be enacted...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1951

- ' V I ■*- fSI u, VMN MAPLNft FRIDAY. MAflOM M. till PERSONAL— Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Riner und children, Emmett III and Lynn spent Easter Sunday in Boonville, Ar't. with relatives. HIMHIATO) IUACHH Es—ssaiiss FANT MILLING CO. •HUMAN, TfKAf y MARIETTA NEWS Mrs. R. L. Harris, Reporter Miss Dorothy Shaddix of Dal- las and Cpl. G. K. Grisham, Jr. of Fort Hood both former Mari- etta residents, were united in marriage Saturday night at the home of Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Woodson. The double ring cere- money was performed* by Rev, son of Linden were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam ElUott. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harty and family of Carthage spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Harty. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy J. Smith and son who have been living ^ ! TT March blem in like a lamb. JUM A-B1T PERSONAL.. DOUGl.ASVILLE NEWS Mrs. B. W. Swint, Reporter in Dallas the past few months have moved back to their home -UtSh- seems to be leavill« as a here. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wommack Mr. and M^s. Herman Cox Miss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1951

m -■ tH8 HAPLSI MOMIVftR * ..." County Plans Dog Vaccination In Effort to Eradicate Rabies Employ Federal Fox, Wolf Trapper ftgain this year, the CommiS' sionec's Court of Mprris County is sponsoring a county-wide dog vaccination program to help in the eradication of Rabies in Mor- ris County. This same program was conducted last spring, and with very good results. This year, to go along with the dog vaccination program, a Federal Trapper has been em- ployed in the county, and is do- ing a very good Job of eradicat ing wolves and fox, which are carriers of this disease. If every dog owner will cooper- ate in this program of vaccina- tion, a great deal can be done this year to eradicate Rabies in the county. The schedule of vaccination clinics is as follows' Thursday, April 5th—Jenkins, court house, 10 to 12 noon. Cason, court house, 1.30 to 3 p. m. Dairfgerfield, on east of court house, 3.30 to 5.30 p. m. Friday, April 6th — Rocky Branch, in front of veterans school, 10 to 12 noon. ...

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