Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas on December 30, 1938 · Page 3
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THE CORSICANA 'SEMI-WEEKLY UGflT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1988. EMBARGO ON CATTLE CAUSING ALARM TO DUYERS AND SELLERS PURCHASERS MAY LOSE FORFEIT MONEY PAID ON ANIMALS IN MEXICO EL PASO, Dec. 28.—W)—Both ••buyers and sellers of cattle viewed with alarm today the Mexican /embargo announced the first of ttho week. I United States buyers operating here wondered if they were going to lose approximately $15,000 forfeit money on between 15,000 and 20,000 head of cattle bought before Mexico put the embargo in force. At the-samo time Mexican ranch • owners who had sold cattle for delivery in the United States worried over chances of being able to make good their contracts. Border customs brokers said a number of cattlemen were in Mexico City attempting to obtain concessions under the embargo which would permit them to make deliveries to American buyers. Cattlemen said their chief complaint was the auddeness with whloh the embargo was put into OUT WEST WITH THE HARDYS effect. Customs brokers said officials in Mexico City probably would not return to their posts until after January 1, as they arc now enjoying the Christmas holidays, and will refuse to consider exportation permits until that time. At Amarillo, officials of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers' Association expressed fear American livestock interests may be expropriated as were foreign oil interests in Mexico. It was pointed out that many Texans operate ranches in Mexico, usually Keeping their cows there and shipping the calves to the United States for finishing. Cattlemen said the provision in the embargo that cattle cannot be shipped across the Rio Grande without permission from the department of economics may work against Americans. They said they feared permission might bn denied Americans and given Mexican operators, therefore flooding the American market with Mexican cattle. 9 ~~ r -. Card of Thanks. 1 We wish to take this method y thanking the friends and JH'ghbors for their kindness dur- Sg the . illness, and death of out- husband, father, and grandfather. We wish to especially thank the singers, and the ones that prepared the lovely Christmas dinner. May God's richest blessings be with you all.—Mrs. J. B. Vandergriff and Family. TEXAS CONSTRUCTION DURING PAST YEAR BESTJN DECADE HOUSTON OUTRANKS ALL TEXAS CITIES; AUSTIN BUILDS MANY HOMES Choosing the wild open space aa the locale for their varied adventures in romance and typical American life, the Judge Hardy Family returns to the screen again in "Out West With the Hardys," which comes to the Palace theatre Sunday for three days. This picture is the fifth in the scries on this average American family and carried on with the same stars in another action-filled episode of their colorful doings. The story Is replete with hilarious comedy, human and heart-warming pathos, and trials and .tribulations. Emhouse Quintet Defeated Garrett For Sixth Victory EMHOUSE, Dec. 23— (SpU— The Emhouse boys won their sixth consecutive basketball game when they defcatcdd Garrett Wednesday night here on local court. The scores were 36-10, Emhouse, and J. Harrell, forward for Emhouse, was high scorer with 10 points. Chrlstean, Jr., guard for Garrett, was outstanding with 6 points. The Emhouse Pirates have not been defeated and they have schools More Subsidy Checks. Seven cotton checks were ro- celved at the office of H. C. Robinson, county agent, Wednesday morning for Navarro county farmers. The vouchers amounted to $303.87. due to cold relieved by first pleasant swallow of THOXINE. Soothes all the way down then acts from within. Ideal for children. 35c. TU ft VI GkB C QUICKER. I M U A B W C BETTER. NOTICE Come to our store—buj - a bottle of THOXINE— take a swallow—wait a few minutes— If you are not entirely satisfied we w)H return your money. MCDONALD DRUG STOKE won over the following this season: Emhouse and Rice, 24-11. Emhouse and Purdon, 25-15. Emhouse and Barry, 19-12. Emhouse and Dawson, 46-10. Emhouse and Pettys Chapel, 32-23. , Emhouse, and Garrett, 36-10. The box scores: Emhouse 36. Player l fg ft pf tp H. Drain, g 0 1 ' Rich, g 3 0 Allen, c 4 0 Armstrong, f 2 0 Harrell, f 5 0 Wetzel, f 2 3 Warren, f 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 10 0 0 fgft pftp .3026 030 Totals 16 4 4 36 Garrett 10. Player Chrcstean, Jr., c. .... Mullins, g. . .J?; 0 Hickman, g. ~. 0 Milles, c 0 Talloson, f 0 Chrestean, R. f 1 Calvcn, f 1 Whitley, f 0 0 0 Totals 5 0 10 10 Referees Wetzel and Parrish. Tomckccper, Gray and Button J. Married Friday Night E. (Preacher) Terry and Filbia (Tony) Ray were married in Exall Heights Friday night. The ceremony was performed by Judge A. E. Foster. —CORSICANA— Courthouse News District Clerk's Office. Tho following case was filed: Mary Albert vs. Jerah Albert, divorce. County Court.. A verdict for the defendant was handed down In the case of M. M. White et al vs. S. E. White, Independent executor, et al, will contest, by Judge Paul H. Miller, Tuesday. • Notice of appeal of the ease to the district court was made. Marriage Licenses. Thcron Horn and Ima Wright. Thomas W. Carrington and Violet Pauline Peacock. Edwin J. Scogin and Cilia, Murray. Warranty Deeds. R. C. Haynes et ux to A. Wilton Brown, Independent executor, 46.9 acres Wiley Powell survey, $10 and other considerations. Genila Sykes et vir to Ed Dresser, 1-7 undivided Interest In 218 acres L. H. Adams survey, $10 and other considerations. George Henry Brown et ux to George H. Roper, 3 acres A. Hicks survey, $1,014.02 and other considerations. Robert W. Barton et al to E. E. Pike, a lot 50x150 feet in block 561, Corslcana, $10 and other considerations. By J. B. KRUEGER Associated Press Staff Writer. Maturing Texas eased its growing pains in 1938 with a building program unmatched since the boom years of a decade ago. Sixteen key cities of the state granted builders permission to spend upwards of $70,000,000 for construction most of it on places for TeXans to work in and to live In. Industrial Houston, accounting for a third of the total, continued at an everf faster clip the building boom which put her at the head of the list last year. Out of the sixteen cities only three reported a lesser volume of building this year than last and In most cases construction definitely was greater. Notable was the growth of Austin, capital city which ranks seventh in population but was third largest spender for construction, pouring out more than $6,000,000 for that purpose. Significant of the town's growth was the fact most of that recording-breaking sum went for building houses. Dwelling permits went to a new high of about 1,200. Observers believe the population is increasing steadily about 4,000 a year. The city Is growing because state government is expanding, the University of Texas grows bigger every year and because two dams costing $13,500,000 are going up nearby. How Cities Ranked. After Houston with its $24,500,000, the rankings are Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Lubbock, Amarillo, Corpus Christl, Galveston, Port Arthur, Beaumont and Wichita Falls. In 1928 Houston building permits touched $35,000,000, its record year, nineteen thirty eight Is the best year since then, topping by $5,500,000 permits Issued last year. About $12,000,000 went for building dwellings this year and 35 per cent for business and Industrial properties. Outstanding projects were a 10-story city hall, 13-story addition to the Chamber of Commerce building, a six-story oil and gas building and an apartment house project of 10 brick buildings. Navarro County Cotton Ginn^gs Are 52,857 Bales Them were 52,857 bales of cot- tor, ginned In Navarro county from the 1938 crop prior to Dec. 13 as compared with 70,466 at the same time last year, according to figures released Wednesday by James E. Taylor, special agent, Miss Lois Young And Verne Roher Married On Christmas Day Miss Lois Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Young became the bride of Verne Roher, son of Dr. and Mrs. Roher of Sprlngtown Sunday afternoon, December 25, at G o'clock at the home of her parents. The impressive ring ceremony was read by Rev. E, P. Rlley, was read by Rev. P. E. Rlley, church before an Improvised altar of palms that banked the fireplace, and white candles in blue holders that adorned the mantel above. The bride was attended by her niece, Elizabeth Cooper, of Dallas, as junior bridesmaid and Mr. Roher was attended by Jnrry Strickland of Lubbock as best man, a a Miss Cooper was attired In navy blue suit and carried bouquet of pink sweetpeas. The bride, who marriage by her Justice Court. Two ncgresses were fined on affray charges Wednesday morning by Judge W. T. McFadden. One of the combatants was 75 years old. ^ New Year's Eve Midnight Show Saturday Night 11:30 Wf&ie rtr&ueet tttt^ • RING THE OLD OUT Plenty ' • «•»» ™ «•" » Plenty of Screen Attractions Or Fun Jack' OaUio - Lucille Ball Fun • "ANNABEL TAKES A TOUR" • Make up your party now for the Merriest Fun-Fest of the season Sunday, Monday and Tuesday Special For New Year's Day Awe*/ -•—and How You | Will Laugh l * Hii Romancing! I ROONEY in the Latest and Best 'Hardy Family Story nut-Hit -five An M-G-M Picture will. ' LEWIS STONE CECELIA PARKER COLOR CARTOON • PARAMOUNT NEWS BIRD DOOS — SPORT SCOPE Christmas Party of Kerens Military V-t Was Held KERENS, r/eo. 24.— (Spl.)—The Kerens armory was the scene of a gay Christmas party Wednesday evening when members of Battery S. 132nd Field Artillery, gathered for their annual Christmas tree and final drill of the year. Capt. Hal C. Johnson, commanding officer, complimented the men on their splendid work and urged them to continue to be the best battery in Texas. Teh army favorite, "hot dog feed" preceded the presentation of gifta from the decorated tree. Willis Cunningham was this year's Santo Claua and remembered each member and guest with a gift. In addition to the large local contingent, those from out of town and city guests included: Dr. H. W. Hoffer, reserve officer; Joe N. Everheart, Earl McClung, Lieut. Finis L. Seale of Corslca- na, Lieut.. Kirlkand of Corslcana, Supply Sergeant Rlley, Corsicana, James Johnson, son of LJeut. James Johnson; C. W. Honeycutt, son' of Lieut. C. W. Honeycutt, and James E. Taylor. Card of Thanks. To our many friends who were so kind to us during the sickness and death of our mother, Mrs. Modle Meador, we want you to know that each act of service, and every word of sympathy-was deeply appreeiated. Your kindness shall not be forgotten, end when the hour of sorrow shall steal its way into your' lives, ' may you have such true and loyal friend* to comfort and share your burdens, is our prayer. HER CHILDREN. was Riven In father, was wearing a powder blue suit with black accessories, and a shoulder corsage of orchids. The bridal party entered the living room to strains of Lohengrin's "Bridal Chorus" playcc by Miss Ruth Isabell of Foi-l Worth, violinist, who also played Mendelssohn's "Wedding March 1 as the recessional. After the ceremony the bride's cake was cut and served wltr punch. Mrs. McrrHl Cooper ol Dallas presided at the cake. The lace laid table was decorated with white candles In buc crystal holders, and the beau tlful brides cakes. Mr. and Mrs. Roher left for Dallas on a brief wedding trip and Mrs. Roher will return to Sprlngtown next week to re sume her teaching In the clt; schools, and Mr. Rohcr will re •urn to North Texas State Teach -rs' College, Denton, where he Is working on his masters degree and Is an assistant instructor ho having received his B. A. dc gree from Texas Tech, Lubbock pospect for ncx£ year are a $900, 000 Bayfront protection project an an $877,000 slum clearance lob. Counting suburban Highland and I Other cities showing University Parks, Dallas Issued gams in building were permits for $12,000,000, about $400,- F alls - reporting beter than a rnil 000 ahead of last year. In one 1'°" dollas for the first time sine week of December work started!"30; San Angela, whoso $450.00( decldet Wichita on 48 homes and much of this year's total was for homes. Fort Worth Builds Less. Fort Worth construction totals were down about $1,000,000 as compared with last year. Up to Saturday permits were issued for $5,373,636. Fort Worth building highlights of the year included completion of a $1,000,000 unit of a federal hospital and start of a 750,000 long-treatment dormitory, construction of a half-million dol lar was the biggest since 1930; Beau mont, which showed a 20 per cen increase over 1937 In its $1,242 302 total; Port Arthur, $1,495.555 almost double last year; Abllen up about $300,000 from last year' $595,000; Corsicana, which report ed a 70 per cent gain, over las year and a total of $211,986; an Sherman, with a gain of ap proximately $10,000 over last yea and a total of $383,000. Galveston permits, including itruction or a nan-mi mm ao - ci - scwav qv £ rp ass, dry dock ex X ha", a city-county hospl . y M H . J fear ."^^S^^.M.n, ...'rack, were : $2.472,805 as compare In San Antonio building was brisk and 1938 was ahead of the two previous years. Residence construction permits were near 650. In June this year permits totaled $989,331 for the biggest month since August, 1935. Lubbock turned in a record this year, reporting close to $3,500,000 n permits, topping even booming 1929, and $1,500,000 ahead of last year. More than 730 residences costing moe than $1,750,000 were the biggest single contribution to the record the construction afoot was spread evenly through the cvlty— the biggest single permit was for $350,000 for Texas Tech's new dormitory. Amarillo Over Three Million For the first time since 1927, Amarlllo's building projects passed the three-million mark. Last year building totaled $1,190,000. This year more than 200 new homes are going up, while $600,000 apiece for a veterans' hospital and post- office were big items. Corpus Christl reported its third biggest year, but construction was down about $80,000 from last year. Notable In the continuing Corpus Christl boom was the even distribution between Industrial building and home construction. In Nursery Stock We offer Fruit, Shade and Pecan Trees, Berries, Blooming Shrubs, Evergreens and Roses; Grapevines at low prices. Your business appreciated. Planting time is here. After the nice rains the ground is ready for planting. with $4,00,135 last year. Use a Daily Sun Want Ad fo quick WO MEN CHARGED IN MURDER DALLAS MANJpOBBERY flATTER PRESENTED TO DALLAS COUNTY GRAND JURY BY SHERIFF WEDNESDAY DALLAS, Dec. 28.—<7P>—Sheriff 1. A. (Smoot) Schmid presented tatcments attributed to Robert Bollard Walker, 2(5, and Robert Otto Currle, 10, derailing the rob- icry-slaying Friday night of J. . May-field, KB, to the Dallas coumy grand jury today. Statements of three witnesses likewise were offered. CurrUi and Walker were charged yesterday with murder. The first stop of Judicial action against the pair, who told of their plan to rob May-field and the subsequent killing when he resisted n a Hide road, WHS taken less than 30 hours after they worn arrested by Deputies Pete Ballard and Bll- "y Parker. Sheriff Schmid said the witnesses probably would he released mmedlatelv after the hearing and that hlsofficnhad other witnesses who would be used during the rial If the grand jury returns nn 'ndictment. Walker, an unemployed radio •cpalr man, admitted firing shots "rom a .32 cnliber pistol which caused May-field's donth and then Iriving the dying man to the old Farmer's Branch road where the victim and car were found. In his statement Currie told of 'urnlshlng $5 with which to buy :he death-dealing instrument and trailin in his car behind Walker and Mayfield and finally picking up Walker after the latter had fired the fatal shots. Knew of Habits. Statements oC the pair told how they had acquainted themselves with Mayfinld's nightly money-collecting rounds whllo planning the robbery and on the night of Dec 23 had waited for the victim. Walker, on foot, the statement said, hailed Mayfield. whom hi knew, when he stopped at a signal light, and the victim had agreed to drive Walker to Love Field, ostensibly to leave town Currio trailed along in his car. Mayfleld pvillrel out his wallel when asked how much money he had. It was then Mayfleld saw the pistol In his companion's hand According to Walker's state m«nt. Mavflcld kicked at the gun causing an accidental discharge •vhlch struck him. Walker then f li-ed the remaining shots into his body. Wolkcr said he scooped up th money which had fallen to the floorboard—a total of $27.75— drove the victim to Farmer's Less Drinking: And Drunken Driving Is Reported Christmas Officers and filling station attendants reported that less drinking and drunken driving was no- iiccd this Christmas than In a number of years. Only a few arrests were reported for drunkenness, while filling station oepratlvcs along the highway state that only about half of the customary drunks were noted this year. Little Girl Injured Riding Bicycle She Received Christmas Catherine Potter, aged nlno years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Potter, 1101 Went Fourteenth avenue, received a fractured left leg and sprained ankle Tuesday afternoon. The little girl had been riding a new bicycle received at Christmas only a few mlnute.i when she fell, sustaining the Injury. less trying Jays! M ONTH.in, month out, marry women and girls obtain tuxv way benefit from Cardui. It aids in building up the whole system by helping women to get more energy, from their food-and so increases resistance to the strain of functional periodic pain- Try it! CARDUI Telephone 443 • Corslcana, Texas) 620 North 15th Street CAUSE AND PREVENTION \ OF \ TETANUS Tetanus (or lockjaw) Is not so common as formerly, chiefly because of the rapid disappearance of the horse and mule, and the tetanus germ emanates from the excreta of these animals. It Is one of the most resistant of all germs to ordinary methods of sterilization, and has been known to live on sticks, nails and In dirt for years. Wounds from cap pistols sometimes result In tetanus, because germs from the dirty paper made from horse hair has been driven Into the wound. In all Instances where Injury Is received on the street, playground or where dirt has had a chance to enter the wound, tetanus serum should be administered by a competent physician at once. Serum which when given In time, will prevent tetanus. Is administered by * simple hypodermic Injection. It Is harmless and the patient may usually return Immediately to his work or play. If a chance Is taken, and the scrum not given unlit after development of the disease, there Is very little chance of recovery. Be safe rather than sorry.. Branch rond and rejoined Currie, who had followed him. Then they had dates, Currie went to work Saturday morning and that night they wont to Bartlett, Houston and Galveston for the week end. They had just returned to town yesterday, the statement snld, when they had a flat tire, and were arrested a few minutes later. SISTER CORSICANA WOMAN DIED DALLAS SUNDAY MORNING Mrs. Susan Elizabeth Armstrong, aged 69 years, widow of the Into T. S. Armstrong, died Sunday morning In Dallas. Tho funeral rites were held from the First Methodist church here Monday afternoon nt 3 o'clock with interment in Oakwood cemetery. Th Rn ml S str rites were conducted by Angle Smith, Methodist istcr of Dalin.s. irvlving are a son, J. E. Anti- ng, Dallas; a daughter, Mrs. W. T. McCulloch, Dallas; a brother, E. L,. Armstrong, Hnhbron- villn; three sisters, Mrs. Grorgo T. Whylte, Corslcnna; Mrs. A. A. Thomas, Houston, and Mrs. E. G. Hart, Brookelnnd; two grandchildren, Elizabeth Mr.Culloch and Alleon Armstrong, nncl a number of nieces and nephews. Corley Funeral Home directed the arrangements. Negro Stnirk By A Car. Tom Neal, negro, was admitted to the P. and S. hospital late Sunday afternoon and received treat- mont for head injurips sustained when he was struck by a. car on Highway 31 several mllos east of C'orslcana. He Is not thought to be seriously injured. MANY COLDS CAN BE AVOIDED THIS EASY WAY At the first warning sniffle or sneeze—put a few drops of Vlcks Va-tro-nol up each nostril immediately. It helps to prevent many colds from developing. 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