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San Angelo Standard-Times from San Angelo, Texas • 12

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I a TWELVE--SECTION ONE SAN ANGEL.O STANDARD-TIMES. SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1933 "A In Every West Texas Home" SCHOOLS TO BUILD AIR FIELD BETHESDA, O. (UP)-Plans for modern educational and recreational center and landing field are going forward here as a result of a 36-acre tract, once the property of a manufacturing concern, falling into the hands of the Bethesda school board. Junior and senior high schools, an athletic stadium, airport and community park may be included in the project, which has been tentatively approved for federal aid. Christinas GREETiNGS -to all of Our Friends! In our daily ministry to others it is our highest desire that we may be able to help them with their burdens.

JOHNSON'S The Funeral Home of Distinction A BEST WISHES For a Jolly Christmas and a successful New Year. O. K. Bobcats! You lost but you fought a great battle and we are still strong for you! Wm. Cameron Co.

HOME BUILDERS 107-117 W. Beauregard Phone 4143 (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) to put their spare dollars into the securities and thereby confirm their "good faith and credit" in "our state." Allred said that, as chairman of the commission, he desired to "publicly commend those who have already responded." "Not have these companies and banks done their part, but in many instances public spirited citizens of this state have subscribed for one or more of these stated Allred. "They have done what they could, and we feel it is only fair to appeal to the great commercial and financial institutions of this state to patriotically respond to the needs of the distressed of Texas. Many of these institutions have recently secured the aid of both state and national governments for the stabilization of their businesses. If all of them will do their bit, the remainder of this issue can be oversubscribed in three days.

"We urge the county relief boards everywhere to personally appeal to all the institutions of their respeccommunities, the public utilities, to immediately file bids for a reasonable block of these bonds. We have presented to us a splendid opportunity to bring a real message of Christmas cheer to every county and city of the state." Senator Woodward said failure of Texans "to invest money in these bonds creates a false impression in the minds of the public and does a great injury to the credit of Texas." "Texas never has repudiated an obligation and never will," he said. "When the Archer county road bonds were held illegal, Governor Ferguson (then serving her initial term in 1925) immediately reconvened the legislature and without dissenting vote the Texas legislature validated the bonds. "The Governors Ferguson should be congratulated in their sincere efforts to sell Texas, relief bonds and member the Texas (legislature should encourage local banks to purchase." Ronald Finney Texas Expects (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) an asylum. In the event of recovery later he would be returned to the same court for trial.

Finney was accused in the indictment of forging and selling $30,000 in municipal bonds, which were manipulated through the state treasury. Tom Boyd, former state treasurer, and Leland Caldwell, Finney's employee, also face charges in the case. Warren W. Finney, 60, Emporia, banker and father of the broker, has sentenced to from 36 to 600 imprisonment for beears embezzlement of $63,000 from institutions he headed. He has appealed.

ish Seventh Day Adventist Church, which has sent more missionaries to foreign fields than any group in its denomination, will celebrate its 65th anniversary this month. The congregation erected the first Danish Sabbath Day Church in the world here in 1868, several years after the group was organized. The small congregation has supplied more than 50 missionaries to Tahiti, Brazil, Sumatra, India, Denmark and Rhodesia and other far countries. CHURCH LED IN MISSIONARIES POY SIPPI, Wis. (UP) -The Dan- NAZIS NOW INTERN TIPPLERS REGENSBURG, Germany.

(P) The concentration camp, hitherto restricted to political offenders, has been extended to chronic drunkards by the nazi city council here. Five of the town's habitual were sent to the Dachau campplers BEST WISHES Another Christmas is here, and the entire personnel of the Magnolia Petroleum Company joins in wishing you happiness and Christmas joy. Christmas comes but once a year and what a joy it is to sit by the glow of your fireside and look back through the joys of the past twelve months. On the anniversary of another Christmas we extend to you this wish: That you may look back on many Christmas days and look forward with the realization that those to come will be just as joyful. Magnolia Petroleum Co.

R. A. Stephen, Agent Mobilgas-Mobiloil-Mobilubricants Saves Baby Because His Own Son Died Because Dr. Thomas L. Higginbotham of Louisville, after seeing his own baby son die 25 years ago of a tonsil infection, had devised a technique for such cases, six months old Gene Ingram is well and happy again at his Queens, L.

The life-saving physician, summoned by the child's mother, who before her marriage was nurse to Dr. Higginbotham, here is shown with the young convalescent, left, and his sister Patricia. The doctor rushed by plane to his young patient's side. RUNNELS COUNTY FARMERS ARE ABLE TO BUY A FEW LUXURIES First Time In Several Years Cotton Has Brought Some Prosperity And Merchants Out Of Red By KARL BALLINGER, Dec. the Ballinger and the remainder of financial condition to buy the few life enjoyable.

The jump in the price fall as compared to 4 to 6 cents last increasing the deposits in the three the loans of the banks by $93,648.98, land by more than one-third, and bringing the merchant out of the red. While in round figures the difference in the income of the 1933 ton crop in Runnels County, ing all money derived from government programs, shows only 095 over 1932, the more profits will range well over the one million dollar mark. This $118,095 difference is gained by allowing 6 cents for 78,172 bales produced in 1932 and 9 cents for an estimated 40,000 yield this fall. Such a comparison leans heavily in favor of the 1932 crop. Crop Brings $1,800,000 The 1932 crop, according to the LARGE OIL WELL IN Producer One of Shallowest Yet Completed On Coast VICTORIA, Dec.

23. (P)-One of the shallowest, yet largest, oil wells completed in the lower coastal area of Texas was brought in today by the Humble Oil Refining Company on the D. M. O'Connor ranch in northeastern Refugio county near the Victoria county line. Total depth was 3,103 feet.

Sand encountered at 3,041 was feet. The producer made a large volume of oil through a 9-32 inch choke and will not be gauged until it cleans itself thoroughly. ROWENA GIRL DEAD HERE Blood Transfusions Fail to Save Louise Davis' Life Miss Louise Davis, 13, who underwent several blood transfusion's while at a local hospital during the last month, died at 8:20 o'clock Saturday night. The funeral will be at Rowena, probably some time Sunday, but the hour had not be been set last night. The Rev.

A. D. Foreman will officiate. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, The parents, Mr. and Mrs.

R. M. Davis, and a sister, Wanda, survive. Robert Massie Co. has charge.

CHANCE JURY IS DISMISSED "Ride" Slaying Trial Closes At Groesbeck GROESBECK, Dec. 23. (P)-A mistrial occurred today in the case of Carl Chance, accused of murder for the "ride" slaying of Dudley Williams, Dallas taxi driver, near Fairfield last January. The jury which deliberated the case since early today informed District Judge Lex Smith it was hopelessly deadlocked. He dismissed the jury.

Employes Get Bonus Checks HOUSTON, Dec. 23. (AP) The Houston Electric Company today distributed $18,000 Christmas bonus checks to 550 employes. Three hundred bus drivers and street car operators and 250 employes of the mechanical department received bonuses. Farmer Found Slain LAMESA, Dec.

23. (A)-Frances M. Mullens, 58, a farmer who lived seven miles east of Lamesa, was found dying in the back of a hardware store today with three shots from a pistol through the brain. He came here in 1928 from Merkel and was survived by his widow, a son and a daughter. To Seek Attorney's Office BEAUMONT, Dec.

23. (P) Clyde E. Smith of Woodville, district attorney of the 75th judicial district, announced today that he will enter the race for attorney general of the state as a candidate to succeed James V. Allred, incumbent, who is seeking the governorship. FIVE IN POLISH AIR RACE WARSAW.

(P) -Five nations have Mobilgas-Mobiloil-Mobilubricants sent lenge races entries over for a the Polish 1934 route. air chal- Contestants have been named by RUBBER France, Czechoslovakia, Italy, Germany and Poland. WOMAN NURSED DOG KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (UP)- A malemute dog nursed at the breast of a woman- an Eskimo in a village very close to the Arctic Circle- -is the playfellow of Alfred Castel young son of Mr. and Mrs.

Alfred Castel of Fort Klamath, Ore. The dog, now growing old, was presented to Scotty Allen by the Eskimo family on one of his trips into the north, and was in turn a gift from Allen to Junior Castel when he accompanied some of his sled dogs to the winter sport carnival at Crater Lake National Park last February. Classes in typewriting, bookkeeping and commercial arithmetic were offered to officers in the oCC by East Central Oklahoma Teachers College. NEA READ first time in several years farmers of Runnels County have found themselves luxuries that help toward making of cotton to 9 and 10 cents this year has contributed heavily toward Ballinger banks $219,077.84, reducing elevating the price of cultivation its threw the balance even better than the figures indicated by reducing the required outside employment, ginning and expense and time of hauling the cotton to gins. The total money on deposit at the three Ballinger banks on Dec.

9, 1933, amounted to $1,029,865.63 as compared to $810,787.79 on Dec. 31, 1932. The combined loans of the banks on Dec. 9, 1933, amounted to $438.088.66 as compared to above basis, brought $2,345,160 and the 1933 crop $1,800,000. Added to the 1933 crop should be $352,038 in plow-up checks, $175,517 in cash with option and $135,700 from the 4- cent government loan on cotton, giving a total of $2,463,255 for this year's cotton production in Runnels county, Without the increased price in cotton and with a light drought in this section during the growing season, this county would have found itself shy of the dollars made in 1932 from the largest crop in its history.

However, the greater prof- 737.58 on Dec. 31, 1932. Many Buying Land Such differences reveal why many Ballinger farmers after wiping out old loans and banking large deposits have turned toward increasing their land holdings or buying new farms. W. C.

McCarver, mayor of Ballinger and senior member of McCarver and Lynn, abstract real estate firm, said today that cultivation land has jumped from $20 to $30 last year to $35 and $55 an acre. Last week he sold the Willie Fisher 130-acre farm, near Rowena, for $60 an acre, the top price paid for tillable land since the depression started. Even at low prices in 1932 deals were few and difficult to perfect, McCarver said. This year he finds many applicants for good farms and the listings scarce. underchants, towns of throughout Runnels Ballinger county report their sales this fall to have elevated from between one and one-half over the preceding fall.

With the government public works projects under way the county faces the winter in optimistic spirits with prospects of having little unemployment. FEET HURT? See DR. L. T. MULLEN Who has successfully treated over 4,000 foot patients in and around San Angelo without the loss of toe or foot.

Why take chances. See your foot specialist first. Parlor Mezz. Floor, St. Angelus Hotel.

Phone 4101 for appointment. May Christmas Bring You Joy and the New Year Happiness! And the day wouldn't be complete without a word of thanks from us to you for past favors! RUBBER Wishing You a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year San Angelo National Bank Officers Directors Sol Mayer, Sol Mayer President R. A. Hall R. A.

Hall, Chas. W. Hobbs Vice-President Abe Mayer Roy C. Vance, Mrs. Camille B.

Bird Vice- and Cashier E. S. Mayer Ray B. Johnston, Dr. J.

B. McKnight Assistant Cashier H. C. Ragsdale Ira A. Swope, 0.

L. Greer Assistant Cashier John Y. Rust Trust Department Herschel Upton Chas. W. Hobbs, Chas.

C. Canon Trust Officer Victor I. Pierce F. R. Barney, Roy Hudspeth Asst.

Trust Officer Dan Cauthorn SIR Season's Greetings At this time, when all the world relaxes from the excitement and tension of everyday business life when on every hand one sees practical demonstrations of the true Christmas Spirit of "Good Will Toward Men" it is fitting that this Company should bring to its many friends and customers the sincere Christmas Greetings of hundreds of loyal employes. Throughout the year, 161 progressive cities, towns and communities in this "Land of Opportunity" have received dependable and inexpensive electric service from the three major generating stations of the West Texas Utilities Company: Hundreds of farmers, ranchers and smaller communities have been served over the same high tension transmission lines, which, 2,500 miles in length, interlace this great West Texas Empire. ERe To this progressive citizenry by whom and for whom the growth of West Texas and the West Texas Utilities Company has taken place this Company extends cordial Season's Greetings and best wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year. Do you know that your increased use of Electric TI Service is billed on a surprisingly low rate schedule and adds only a small amount to your total bill? A West Texas Utilities Company A MANNA.

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