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with his highly successful grass are, left to right, Jackie French, Wayne Whitaker, Dickie Taylor $ :]: * Judging Team Many Shows !place trophy and $145 in cash a ! l )r ' xos school 1 Last fa!I ' a team corn P ri « cd of Dickie Tavlor, Donald Scott, an(J Rogor A -, derman woll third »!place in the grass judging con- al lnc gtate Fair of Texas ,, These b s haye been ! compelitors and I'm real proud of th „ Mr We ,, s said iatUj i Wednesday, May 6, 1964 agriculture teacher at Teague, jsaid today. There will be a fee of $2 per family. Mr. Wells said this short course will provide an excellent opportunity for those wilh beef cattle problems to get the latesl , information on new beef pro- Iduction methods. Negro Candidates Defeat Whites In Alabama Voting TUSKEGEE, Ala. (AP)—Negroes (AP)—Negroes in Macon Counly, where racjal tension stm SJmmers .„ AMERICAN LEAGUE Team- W L Pet. 01. Cleveland 9 5 .643 Chicago 85 .615 J /4 Baltimore 9 7 .563 1 New York 7 6 .538 I'/fe Minnesota 99 .500 2 Detroit 8 8 .500 2 Los Angeles 8 10 .444 3 Kansas City 7 9 .438 3' Boston 7 9 .438 3 Washington 8 12 .400 4 Tuesday's Results Boston 4, Cleveland 0. Los Angeles 8, Kansas City 1. Baltimore 2, Washington 1. New York 4, Detroit 3. NATIONAL LEAGUE Team— San Francisco Milwaukee Philadelphia St. Louis Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago Los Angeles Houston New York W 12 12 10 11 10 10 10 6 Pet. Gft. .750 .667 i .625 2 .579 214 .556 3 .556 3 .550 3'i 8 12 8 13 3 15 6 .400 .400 .381 6 .167 10 5V4 Tuesday's Results Milwaukee 6, New York 0. Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 4. St. Louis 2, Philadelphia 1. San Francisco 2, Houston 1. TEXAS LEAGUE Team- San Antonio Tulsa Albuquerque Austin Fort Worth El Paso W L Pet. GB. 12 6 .B67 .500 3 .471 .471 .444 .444 9 9 89 8 9 8 10 8 10 4 4 4 4 Tuesday's Results San Antonio 4, Fort Worth 0. Tulsa 16, El Paso 6. Albuquerque at Austin, ppd., wet grounds. Pacific Coast League Arkansas 8, Dallas 3. Tacoma 8, Spokane 5. Denver 3, Seattle 1. Salt Lake City 4-0, Portland 0-8. Indianapolis at Oklahoma City, postponed. Only games scheduled. 14,000 PEOPLE HAVE FLED COMMUNIST CUBA MfAMI, Fla. -(AP)- Litest Election Returns DALLAS (AP)—Latest returns from the Texas Election Bureau on voting Saturday in the Republican Republican and Democratic primaries primaries include: Returns from 254 of 254 counties counties 229 complete: Democratic primary: .Governor: M. T. Banks 23,955. 0ov. John Connelly 1,113,278, Mrs. Johnnie Mae Hackworthr 11,840, Don Yarborough 467,318. Lieutenant governor: Albert Kuentcs Jr. 298,268, Lt. Gov. Preston Smith 1,145,212. U. S. Senator: Gordon Me- Lendon 667,454, Sen. Ralph Yarborough Yarborough 895,127. . U. S. representative at-largc Robert Baker 313,204, Bil Elkins 115,342, Bob Looney 109, 566, Rep. Joe Pool 642,912, Dan [Sullivan 193,280. Agriculture commissioner: Millard Shivers 429,115, Commr John White 965,888. Land commissioner: Commr. Jerry Sadler 1,022,580, Fred Williams 363,226. Railroad commissioner: Com- mr. Jim Langdon 876,373, Jesse Owens 541,760. Supreme Court: Scars McGec 512,342, Jack Pope 819,211. Republican primary: (253 counties, 250 complete). U. S. Senator: George Bush 62,401, Jack Cox 45,146, Dr. Milton Milton Davis 6,113, Dr. Robert Morris 28,046. GOP presidential preferential poll: Sen. Barry Goldwater 101,683, 101,683, Gov. Nelson Rockefeller 5,945, Sen. Margaret Chase Smith 4,759, Harold Stasscn 5,158, 5,158, Henry Cabot Lodge 11,803, Richard Nicon 5,253, George Romney 135, William Scranton 609, others 362. House-districts Democratic Primary: 3. Rep. Lindley Beckworth 37,602, Charlie Langford 6,060, L. Everett Page 18,556. (9 counties, counties, 7 complete) 5. Baxton Bryant 38,428, Earl Cabell 73,959. (complete). 6. Rep. Olin Teague 56,829, Jack Zubik 20,082 (11 counties, 10 complete). 7. Rep John Dowdy 43,598, Benton Musslewhite 36,150 (complete). (complete). 11. Joe F. McAlister 11,789, Rep. Bob Poage 43,103 (complete). (complete). 12. T. D. Thompson 7,160, Rep. Jim Wright 70,486 (complete). the wake o£ scho<)1 dese 8 re iM who took this risky escape route 14,ooo Cubans have fled Fide! Castro's Communist regime in small boats and 1,000 others! 15 Eli g'° dc La Garza 30 ' 513 ' lion, apparently have defeatedldied in the attempt, the Cuban white opponents in a Democratic Democratic primary. All four Negro candidates seeking county offices led the ticket in Tuesday's election. One faced a possible runoff against a white incumbent, but diamond dusl there were enough uncounted votes—mostly in predominantly Negro precincts—to win outright. outright. With four boxes untabulated out of 20 in the county, the Rev. V. A. Edwards led the runner- up by 209 votes in the race for a seat on the county governing body. He was shy of a majority, however. Negro voters outnumbered white electors by a slim margin of 16. Edwards, religious extension director at Tuskegee Institute, had 1,229 votes; incumbent Virgil Virgil Guthrie had 1,020; Hoyt Sheppard received 598; Herman Daughtry 371; and W. C. Dill ard 1449 Dr. C. G. Gomillion, professor of sociology at the famed Ne college, drew 1,493 votes foi seal on the county schoo board now held by Emerson "iuthrie, a brother of Virgi Juthrie. The incumbent had 949 votes and 0. C. Bryant 805. Two Negro businessmen, Wiliam Wiliam J. Childs and William C. Allen, were nominated for jus- ice of the peace in' separate •aces. Childs, a service station iwner, had 989 voles to 710 for Human Rights Commission! says. Diamond cutting dates back to the discovery in 1465 that diamonds could be polished by Kylo Freeman. Allen, who op- rates a merchandizing store, ed James R. Perry Sr., 970 otes to 654. 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  1. The Mexia Daily News,
  2. 06 May 1964, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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