The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on January 30, 1964 · Page 2
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January 30, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 2

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Thursday, January 30, 1964
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"A dollar saved at the statehouse or courthouse adds just as inuch to the private economy as One saved at' Washington," hfe said. Smith said he realized that necessary functions of state government must be adequately financed. A rapidly increasing population, he noted, places a growing load on tooth state and local governments, particularly for education. He suggested, as examples, three' areas in 'which legislation might help aorve critical problems,' without adding' perceptibly to the state's tax burden: 1. A review of state laws relating to municipalities, aimed at bringing old laws up to date* and possibly opening up additoinal revenue sources for hard-pressed city governments 2! Cooperation of the Texas Employment Commission, Texas Youth Council, and possibly other state agencies .with local authorities and private citizens in creating special employment opportunities for young people. He cited the successful "Youth, Inc." program at Wichita Falls as a sample of what can be done by Interested businessmen to solve a' community problem. 3." Passage of legislation to permit the formation of multi- county junior colleges, and other moves to make it simpler for eligible "counties to use this means of alleviating the higher education crisis. "We are rightfully concerned with 'the high "standards and quaMby programs at state senior colleges and- universities," Smith said, "but-let's not forget the 80 to 90 per. cent of our young people who for one reason ? or another will not be abl& to get a college degree." tHE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, January 30, 1964 , Preston Smith * * * Smith commented on responses to a questionnaire he sent to 'thousands of Texas citizens, asking them .what issues they considered most< pressing at the state and local levels. The most frequently mentioned areas were: water, local control, fiscal responsibility, industrial development, education and employment. The lieutenant governor recalled that the 1963 session of the legislature was notable for harmonious relations between the two houses and with Gov. John Coimally's office. He said he expected this healthy relationship to continue. Smith served six years in the House and six in the Senate before winning the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor in 1962 and defeating the Kin of City Killed . attack' as'^he .was car ttook*. the -'life of bick , Duvall '''of Mangum, brother-in-law of Bryan Denley, Monday, Jan. 20, and Mrs. Duvall, his sister, died ,of 'in r juries 'received in the \Vrecfi that followed. •Mr. Duvall was 86, his wife 81. They had visited here frequently through the years, and were long-time residents of the Reed and Mangum area. He 'was one, of the, last cowhands on the T-Cross and OX ranches ndar Childress, and was a noted singer of folk songs. A group of his songs were recorded for the Library of Congress by John Lomax of Dallas, folk historian and collector. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 22 at the Reed, Baptist Church, with the- Rev; Raymond Williams, pastor of the Vinson Nazarene Church, officiating. Burial was-at-Reed. Surviving the couple are two sons and three daughters, in- chiding Mrs. .Wanda Odom of Vinson, 23. grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren. She is also survived by two brothers and a sister. . , Republican nominee In the general election. He and his wife . Ima have two children, Mickey, 22, and Jan, 18, both Texas Tech students. mriuzEs CONDITIONS THE SOIL in ONE easy application! 90% T0100% WfCtlVI Guaranteed 90 to 100% effective! Prevent* crab gran for three year* and longer by killing the seedtl Fertilize* and condition*! Control* most toil ptitil Control* mouse- ear chickweedl Warrick Feed Store BUILDING Sale Ends JANUARY 31 CHECK THESE BUYS! SUPPLIES LAWN FENCE 36" — 100 ft. roll __. PORCH COLUMNS Corner — $10.00 Flat Half Louver Grills Each --__ $00 £ Three Panel Doors 2-8 x 6-8 ____ $000 SHEET- ROCK Size 4x8x3/8 $ 1 59 Medicine Cabinets $450 Packet Door Frames $9 A House Numbers ea. 5* 55 Ib. roof ing - $2$q. BUILDERS NOTICE Close-Out Prices on Discontinued Hardware Invisable Hinges .- Folding Leg Braces MOUND CITY - SAVE S $ S ON EACH GAL. Unisan Alkyd Semi-Gloss Enamel Reg. $7.65 Reg. $2.40 New beauty far furniture Now Now w ith Unisan Alkyd Semi $4,99 $1.49 Gloss Enamel. Perfect color companion to Pandura Satin. A semi-gloss hadry finish for all-around use inside and outside, for kitchens, bathrooms, patio furniture or toys. ALL SALES FINAL NO EXCHANGES — NO REFUNDS C. D. SHAHBURGER LUMBER CO., INC. Farm Machinery and Equipment * i Tuesday/ Feb. 4 ff .- ' Charles Caison Trading Post WELLINGTON, TEXAS Sale Starts at 10:30 a. m. 200' x 300' lot adjoining Highway 83, just inside city limits. TRACTORS 1958 841 Ford 1956 400 International Tractor with 4-row equipment. 1951 Ford 1955 Massey Harris Wheatland type tractor 1949 W. D. Allis Chalmers 1949 H Farmall 1948 M Farmall 1944 H Farmall 1942 H Farmall 1951 G John Deere and Equipment 1949 B John Deere SC Case R Moline 65 Massey Ferguson Diesel 65 Massey Ferguson LP M Farmall with Heston Cotton Stripper EQUIPMENT 1960 Super 92 Massey Harris Combine 1961 82 Massey Harris Combine 2 Sun pick-up attachments for combine Melrose pickup attachment for combine 2 Combine Header Trailers Hume pickup reel for combine 2 Combine Trailers 1958 Heston self-propelled swather 1959 Massey Ferguson No. 3 Hay Baler John Deere Hay Baler Dearborn side delivery rake 2 Dempster lister and planters 9-row sandfighter with 3-point hitch Ford Cultivator 4-row IHC Cultivator Ford one-way 6-foot John Deere pull-type one-way Ford Brush Cutter 5-row stalk cutter 2—3-row stalk cutters 1 section harrow Spring-tooth cultivator—-3 point hitch Dearborn manure spreader 6 two-row godevils 4—4-wheel cotton trailers 2—2-wheel cotton trailers 500 gallon butane tank Oak stock racks for Chevrolet pick-up Lots of wheels Lots of used tires Several lots of sweeps HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 Westinghouse Automatic washer 2 Cook Stoves 2 Baby beds 1 Good dish washer PICK-UPS AND TRUCKS 1963 V-8 2-ton 2-speed Chevrolet truck, 9,000 actual miles 1962 V-8 Chevrolet Pickup, 4 speed 1960 V-8 2-ton, 2-speed Chevrolet truck- tractor, fully equipped. 1960 !/2 ton Chevrolet Fleet-side Pickup, radio and heater 1951 3/4 ton Chevrolet wrecker 1952 3/4 ton Ford Pickup 1948 Vi ton Ford with stock racks LIVESTOCK Registered 2-year-old Appaloosa Filly Registered 2-year-old Quarter Horse Registered yearling Quarter Horse Colt 2 Grade horses 14 Head of cattle 12 Feeder shoats 6 Weaning Pigs FEED AND SEED 10,000 IBs. acid delinted Lankhart 57 cotton seed first year from certified. Germ. 86% 1 lot recleaned hegari seed 1 lot recleaned cane seed 100 bales hay HOUSE TRAILERS Midway 35-foot House Trailer—One of the best buys you'll find this year. Travelite 20-foot House Trailer BOX CARS, SHEET IRON, PIPE, ETC. 2 Box Cars 1,000 Sheets good used sheet iron 3,000 feet 2 x 2 , Angle iron 800 feet 5-inch channel iron 200 feet of 8-inch channel iron 1 lot of new fencing lumber 1 lot of good used pipe 2,200 Bushel Steel Grainery 4 Metal hay racks 4 cake troughs We will also have many more tractors, equipment and miscellaneous implements consigned too late to list. Consignments will be accepted until sale day. Clerk will be on duty at trailer house on lot until day of sale - Sandwiches and coffee will be served. Charles Caison Trading Posf, Consignee Cleatus Calloway, Auctioneer Henard Bros., Clerks

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