The Austin American from Austin, Texas on April 6, 1934 · 7
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The Austin American from Austin, Texas · 7

Austin, Texas
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Friday, April 6, 1934
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391 For Delivery Service Telephone 4391. THE AUSTIN AMERICAN, AUSTIN. TEXAS. FRIDAY. APRIL 6. 1934. 3E :up Houston Pastor Insurance Speaker Seguin's Voters only 65 votes, all of them for the unopposed candidates, were cast Schlemmer Chosen Kyle's Mayor KYLE, April 5. In the city election Tuesday L. C. Schlemmer was elected mayor, A. L Schmelte-kopf, W. G. Barbee, Ed Howard, Terrell Sledge and F. W. Miller, aldermen, and Nevt Millhollon, marshal. There were 135 votes cast, the largest In a Kyle city election. Mexican Repatriation Costs Being Studied A definite plan whereby the city will cooperate In paying for the transportation of Mexicans who de-sire to return to Mexico will be put before the city council as soon as the cost of transporting them from Aurtin to the Mexican border ts definitely ascertained, "M. S. Huls, representative of the local relief bureau, said Thursday. Huls told the council Thursday a survey Is now being made to determine the number of Mexican families, not deportable, who want to return to Mexico, and that this survey will be completed by next Thursday. n piJ Called To Austin Set Up Record Mayor Storeke Reelected To Office ! ra ames S. Allen Looks Over St. David's Parish The Rev. James S. Allen, rector bf Christ church at Houston, was n Austin Thursday conferring with he vestry of St David's Episcopal church concerning a call extended im to become rector of the local jjchurch. M Thn Ua.f Allan rfl a rrrni ta n 1 a rl by Mrs. Allen. They left here naThursday night enroute to Houston cy way of Kerrvliie. Fred Hankey, senior warden of St. David's church vestry, said the Rev. Mr. Allen has also received & cull from Corpus Christl, and would visit that city Monday to confer with the vestry there. He promised to Rive an answer to the Austin call next week, Mr. Hankey sold. The Rev. Allen recently announced his resignation from the rectorship of Christ church at Houston, effective May 1. He Is a graduate of the Virginia seminary at Alexan dria and was In the class one year ahead of the Rev. Beverley M. Boyd who recently resigned as rector at St. Davids to accept a call to fct. Paul's church at Winston-Salem, N. C. Mr. Boyd will leave here Monday or Tuesday. Should Mr. Allen accept the call here, he would begin his ministry here on June 1. Mr. Hankey said. JCl age Rev. Pinkerton, Once Austin Pastor, Dies Mrs. liinnie Mcintosh has re ceived news of the death of her uncle, the Rev. James P. Pinker- ton of Springfield, Mo., which oc curred in San Antonio on Easter Sunday. Burial was in Spring field. The Rev, Pinkerton at one Ime was pastor of Central Chris tian church, Austin. Passover Sermon Ppeclal services will be Set held at Temple Beth Israel Friday at 8 p. m. marking the last day of Passover. Rabbi S. H. Baron will preach hl sermon on "The Song of Songs " Ik.'" " - ' ' IS wiif y " ' !. ' m i I . K , U M I - ' x - ' Toe S. Smith, president of the Texas Association of Life Under writers, will address the Austin Association of Life Underwriters on "Why Life Insurance Is Safe" in the regular luncheon of the local association at 12:15 p. m. Saturday at the Austin club. Mr. Smith is general agent of the Aetna Life Insurance- company at Houston. Highway Bids Asked The highway department Thursday called bids on $150,000 of road construction work for letting late this month, the first set for the second April letting. The projects Include: Jefferson county, six miles, shell base and surface treatment, highway 87. Anderson and Freestone counties, construction of a bridge over Trinity river, highway 22. List est bso? a fu EaS sfTsJi HEAP a bowl with Kel-loggt Rice Krispies. Pour on milk or cream. Pause . . . listen to them crackle and pop with crispness, Then eat! What a grand flavor. Great for breakfast or lunch. So easy to digest, they're especially good for (children. Ready-to-eat. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek, mil Listen!-astliunfif Simi la W Austin AmtHotn SBGUIN, April Bl An Wl-Ume record vote was cast In Seguin Tuesday when 1388 voters went to the polls in the city election. Mayor Starcke was reelected over hi opponent, J. W. G-oodrum, by a vote cf 1054 to 332. In the city treasurer's race with eight candidates, K, J. Burges. Jr., won by only four votes over his nearest opponent. Eugene Koepp, 326 to 322; K J. Dibrell was third with 185 votes. Roy Voges, M. Braden, H. F. Aubel and H. G. Adams were reelected aldermen. Others elected were Mrs. Eottie Harrington, secretary ; Arno Breustedt, assessor and collector, and W, S. Gideon, attorney. Miller Renamed Bartlett Mayor Sptcial to TSs Austin Amfrbem BARTLETT, April 8. The he&v lest vote In any city election was cast here Tuesday. The following officers were re-elected: mayor, R. Y. Miller; treasurer, W. E. Cox; attorney, J. V. Morris; secretary, Gus T. Leatherman; marshal. Will Laughlin; aldermen, E. E. Llnde-mann, A. Gersbach and R. N. Sexton. Only two of the offices were contested, that of city secretary and marshal. Pape Is Commissioner At N7ew Braunfels Srtoiol to Tht Austin Amsruan NEW BRAUNFELS, April 5. The city election here Tuesday resulted in the re-election of Mayor H. F. Fischer who stood unopposed. The present city commissioner, L. A. Volgt was re-elected but Charles Pape defeated George Relninger for the other commissioner post. Field Elected Lampasas Marshal Sptciql Ths Ausin Anuritan LAMPASAS, April 5. In a quiet city election held here Tuesday, J. P. Field was elected city marshal ever a field of It candidates by a pluralitv of 59 votes. Rosa W. Eailey, C. C. Abney and xv w Wilson were elected city i eouncllmen. A total of 747 votes were polled. j Charles Smith Cameron's Mayor Sm! (n Ths Austin Amtriea CAMERON, April 5. The elec- ; tion of city officers for the next two years was held here Tuesday j with the following being chosen: Mayor, Charles C. Smith, reelect- ; ed; assessor-collector, W. H.,Staf- j ford; secretary-treasurer, J. C. Jo- j seph, reelected; city attorney, W. ; A. Morrison; marshal, Gene Smith , and aldermen, Leland Green and j Bob Terry. j Only property owners were per I mitted to vote in the election to de- termine whether the city shall is- sue bonds in the sum of approxi- j mately $29,000 for extension of the sewer system. This was carried by j an 108 majority. ! A. E. Matula was -manager of the election. A total of 295 votes were polled. Holdsworth Returned As Kerrville Mayor Spsmat to Ths Austin Amtriran KERRVILLE, April 5. Mayor Hichard Holdsworth and City Commre. J. L. Pampell and A. C. 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