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TEN PAGES "IN ITS EIGHTY-SECOND YEAR OF COMMUNITY SERVICE IN SAN SABA COUNTY" More San Saba County People Subscribe To The San Saba News Than Any Other Two Newspapers Combined THE SAN SABA NEWS, SAN SABA, TEXAS^THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1954 VOLUME 82—NO. 30 Office administrator in this county, attended the Hamilton meeting for all-day school of instruction on- hay program. Ragains emphasized that the government's emergency feed pro- jram'ls solely to keep livestock from- losing their whole investment,, investment,, their, foundation herds. "It isn't,"-he said, "to help (1) anybody who is just feeding out for a turnover profit; (2') man who is in farming or ranching as a hobby or part-time business; or (3) the person who is to make it through with his finances." A COUNTY DEMOS TO MEET SATURDAY Dtlegates chosen at Democratic Precinct Conventions Mast Saturday Saturday will convene at 2 p.m. this Saturday in the District Court Room for the County Democratic Convention, J. J. Armor, county chairman, reminded this week. A large attendance was reported at the San Saba No. 1 precinct convention, with women holding the controlling majority in the voting, according to Sam Laird, precinct chairman. More than 20 delegates were elected to attend the County Democratic Convention this week. Each of the 23 voting precincts in the county was entitled to elect three or more delegates to the county convention, and only the. elected delegates will be entitled to vote in the proceedings. However, However, the convention is open to anyone intei'ested; in attending, Armor Armor said: 2,556 Vote In Primary; Terry Wins, JP Race Tied, Write-In Successful A total of 2,556 voters cast ballots ballots in. San Saba county Saturday in a Democratic Primary election highlighted by a landslide victory for Warden Terry as county judge, a seven-'leven tie for Precinct 1 JP -by "Joe Clark and Paul Davis, and a write-in victory for Jim LafFerty as constable at Richland Springs. • E. L. Oliver drew a clear majority majority over two other opponents for re-election as county school superintendent, Penny Johnson by a safe margin was re-elected commissioner commissioner of Precinct 1, and Tom Howell and Raleigh Reese were thrown into a run-off for commissioner commissioner in Precinct 4. Other county and -precinct officers rode into office office unopposed. Sam Connally of San Saba, candidate Davis 8. Connally 42, Fisher 19. Terry 52, Trussell 9. Oliver 34, Bristcr 12, Jordan 14. Lafferty 8, Crawford 43. China Greek (33 ballots cast)— Holmes 0, Yarborough 27, Davis 0, Shivers 5. Ramsey 15, Htnson 4, Johnson 0. Grouch 7, Shepperd 22. Dougherty 11, Johnson 20. Kvewster IS, Keenan 1, Scott 9. Haley 12, Davidson 4, -Graves 2, Davis G. Connally 17. Fisher 13. Terry 29, Trussell 2. Oliver 11,. Brister 11, Jordan 9. Edmondson J, Johnson 31. Clark 16, Davis 16. Spring Creek (46 ballots cast) —Holmes 1, Yarborough 38, Davis 0, Shivers 7. Ramsey 24, Hinson 7, Johnson 9. Crouch 12, Shepperd 27. Dougherty 13, Johnson' 29. Brewster'20,,. Koenan 5, Scott 10. Haley 16, Duvidson 5, Graves 7,

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  1. The San Saba News and Star,
  2. 29 Jul 1954, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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