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PAGE FOURTEEN s Living Monuments Whom County Named Private Life Tinged ! With Sorrow, Career Not Too Successful Father of Texas public schools, president of the Lone Star Republic, Republic, gallant soldier and courtly gentleman: all these was Mirabeau Bonaparte Lamar, the man for whom Lamar County is named. This was the man who wrote to his little daughter to "learn to read and write well, as that is the best education"; who, in his presidential presidential inaugural address urged the frontier statesmen of the raw young Republic to "awaken into vigorous activity the wealth, talent talent and enterprise of the country and at the same time to lay the foundation of those higher institutions institutions for the moral and mental j culture without which no government government on democratic principles can prosper, nor the people long preserve preserve their liberties." Sentiment Repeated This sentiment was repeated when, in addressing the same pioneer pioneer Texas Congress, he reminded the body that "Cultivated mind is the guardian genius of democracy." <§> It's Tough On The Second Story Man In A Blackout if He's Caught By Nazis — It Means Prompt Beheading (Kditor's note: Sunday marks th» lirst anniversary nl' Ihf K«rop.?an war- !'>urlr>K this pf-rloti many '.•lianKOS have ;Ti:iie to Ilvfc in Berlin. Tins following s-tory, trmu-n for t3i-> .^p^cL'i! Xeivs Service of th<v A.osocinietl Press and Th«* N?ivs, tsivpjj you .in interesting: nccurp of what it niesins to live in '.IT? fierman r:ij>l;:il today.) By ANGUS M. THUERMER BERLIN. — (Correspondence of the Associated Press) — Nearly a year of war has put the checkrein checkrein on normal civilian life in Germany. Restrictions necessary for the successful continuation of war ac- I titvities pop out at you from the most unexpected corners. First of all, there's that blackout. blackout. Really most persons would feel sort of ashamed and theatrical theatrical — after 12 months in the evening Voice Negro Choir From Here To Appear at Fair Finale For Musical Extravaganza Will Be 'God Bless America' Featuring George McCullough and his Texas State Network staff orchestra, outstanding TSN artists—Russ Lamb, romantic vo- cslist, "Song and Piano Patter Man", ''Happy" Roy Thomas, the novelty group "Foo Five 1 ', and I prominent musical personalities i from Paris, Texas, the £rand! sre the Alaska gold rush, the sink- Ing of the battleship Maine, the battle of Manila Bay and the Boer and Russo-Japanese wars. Price also served for years as a traveling representative visiting editors of member newspapers throughout the United States. He came to Texas in 1930. Tell your neighbors about The Paris News one year by mail S3.95. Let us finance your next car or we'll loan you money on your present car. Ask about our insured payment plan. CARL M. McWHERTER, Jr. 208 First Nat, Bank Call 624 Come To Paris Next Week And Visit

Clipped from The Paris News01 Sep 1940, SunPage 14

The Paris News (Paris, Texas)01 Sep 1940, SunPage 14
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