Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 12, 1936 · Page 10
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— — •!"*- •»' • 12, 1934 PAMI'A-fiAlLlf Nt£W&r 1 SHALL NEVER SURRENDER,' IS GOOD WATCHWORD, SAYS FDR V^ALUE OF PEACE. IS (MENTIONED THIRD :TIME IN TEXAS ' .ABOARD HOOSEVEtT TRAIN en route to Dallas, Tex., June 12 (#)—President rtooscvelt swung totvard birthday-celebrating Dal- 'las today la deliver the second ' itiajor, address of his wide swing , through the west, happy memory of his elaborate preliminary receptions at Houston, San Ja- oUtto, San Antonio and Austin. • Port Worth, the home of his son, Elliptt, ,also was on the itinerary for his second day in Texas. First at San Jacinto battlefield • near Houston, and then at the historic Alamo at San Antonio, the president yesterday praised Texas' '' herpes who made it possible for the Lofle'Star State to become",a republic, WO year? ago. and then a state under the stars and stripes. Thousands greeted the traveling chief . executive. Another great crbwdipiet his train at Austin, the stjite capital, last night where* from the rear platform the president - paid, tribute to Vice-president Garner "and for'the third tlmo in as many speeches mentioned trio value ofv':,peace. ' . . . At the Alamo, where ha placed a iyreath; ho also irepeated a theme In-j-Jils Littlo Rock spech—freedom for 1 ! the individual against license by, special privilege. He said he hoped the "brave men who -died" at the Alamo "know . that ive have not discarded or lost the Virility and-the Ideals of the pioneer. s *'l ,hope they know," he said from 'his open car from in front jlof', the Alamo, " that the overwhelming majority of' tfie Americans of 1936 are once more meeting new problems with new courage; that we, too are ready and willing ,to stand up and fight for the truth, against falsehood, for freedom of the individual against license by the few. ('Travis' message: 'I shall never surrender," is a good watchword for each and every. one of today," he said. , The presidental special was taken to a siding near Austin for a few hours .before leaving for Dallas. In brief extemporaneous remarks after his r prepared address at Austin last.:,n%ht, the president said he was-'. .''sorry indeed" that "only because ;,'pt;^ej;s\ important business inMWashington Jack Garner and Senator; Tom Connally cannot beat' my side "tonight." The president of the University of-Texas, pr. Harry Yandell .Ben- diet, then-handed the-president a butfoh. The president pressed it, setting off an explosion a" mile and • a half ..a'jyay 1 formally opening the University. of " Texas memorial museum project. . . .. . T*- 1ANDS SURF TARPON " gRpWNSVILLE, Jube 12. (if)— Jimmy George of this city has won the, distinction of: being the only person, in recent years to hook and land a tarpon inthe surf near here. 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