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TODAY'S NEWS WHILE ITS TRESH FOR frtJ&THEAST TEXAS and SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA if YOT tarn Nm U Not OB Yw tact By SilS o'docfc. C*l TW N«w» Offic* B«far* • **dadt For Prompt Dcliv* Full Associated Prea* Leased Wire Service (AND THE DES1VER HORN) Complete Regional and Local News Coverage HOME EDITION VOL. LXV NO. 223 PARIS, TEXAS* MONDAY, JULY 9, 1934 EIGHT PAGES Cotton Acreage Estimated 28,024,000 •%• • • . ^^•^•••^^^ ' ' .•.." ^ ^ Flee Lamar ty Jail IS THREE A CROWD IN THIS CASE? * Saw Bars Of Cell, Escape Down Walls _____ Federal Prisoner and Man Held For Murder Trial Among Fugitives the top off a commode j in tJieir cell Sunday night, four j prisoners in Laroitr county jail en- ] tercd the corridor between the two j r«ll-blocks and escaped into thw I tail run-around. Sawing: a. bar -| Germany Planning Friendlier Foreign Policy Lest She Be Shut Out By World 1354, by Associated Press. J Germany plans to push vigorously a friendlier foreigrn policy, it appeared Monday, fearii,^ rtth*"t countries -will build political fences cample tell shutting her out. H*r hai-d xvas figuratively stretched out in friendship, apprehension and defiance to and the world. A- rincpiiu: pronouncement for Franco-German and at the same time a warning that Germany vrill fight '"as no people ever yet fought for Jiberty." by Kudolf Hess, trusted lieutenant of Hitler, was considered something of an ai.out-face from a rirm :Nazt policj-. AdJres&ing 32_0*>0 Nasi chieftains at Koeniss- bers Sunday. H&SS said. A defcnsslsss couEtry «n-" dangers pea.ce and that Gennany would be satisfied with tii^r minimum arms necessary to security. • Close observers interpreted the straight :from : th*» shoulder and unprecedented address of the handsome cabinet minister as closely tied -with the visit to I onOon of Louis Barthou. Freuch foreign minister in starch of security agreements and the of ether nations over tht drastic second revolution." See GERMAXT. Page S, CoL C -SL. window in the west side of "A* JalL they cLambtre*! down a j *>!knJcet rope to freedom- Their undiscovered until the jailer unlocked the jail Monday | to feed the prisoners. j C. O- Sh.elt.on was not!- { sent "his deputies OTI the • trail of the escaped prisoners. I Officers in all surrounding coun- f tie& were also notified and asked :' To^-watch for the men. I Th.e four Inc*'u«Te3 Eugene I^es?:, [ licld awaiiinjr trial on a. .charge of ; murder in Bowie county- Robert. ! X*. Prin$rl«v federal prisoner, held i on * djarjce of violating 'the postal 5 laws; O. EL Xicholav charged with j tlvefi: and Jesse Law NRA's Job To Be Given To Five Men POKER PLAYER SHOT BY GUISMENt 6 ROBBED Stickap Men Get $50 -In Raid At Kilgore Johnson lax*' By Taking Swing Across Countrv KILGORJS. yp) — TWO masked. t shot Bennie Teresch to i death and robbed six men playing: { poker here Sunday night] The robbers dressed in overalls wearing bandana handker- WASHINGTON'. er their faces, came, np to ; the screen door of the nouse. where i the game was in progress- One of I the robbers fired a. rifle through: X K A 1 tjie door without warning- the butter, charged v,^ h theft. was brought here several ] a new experiment- is ago from New Boston, in ! Hugh S. Johnson Tvith Leonard Burns • who I clean up a batch ol * came Monday to the threshold of j let hitting Teresch, 25, in the head. Then the robbers forced open Voting By Absentees Under Way Senate Right In Contempt Case Denied District of Columbia Appeals Court Reverses Lower Court Ruling SENTENCED DURING AIR MAIL INQUIRY ; " "" . ^ i L. H. Britticu Sentenced At ! Same Time* Served ; Ten-Dav Term trisd. for i tire" X*ejtxr "was fore con verting t be recovery . ,s took r Had Voted At Noon Here But Many Tickets Requested Absentee, voting—casting of ballots by voters -wh.0 -will be. out of the county July -S. or who are now t i out and. nave -written requests 'for tins money on "the ta.ble4. ballots—began..Monday at th» o% expected to J the dooi^ lined the six poker play- fusiness be- i ers up with "their faces to a wall.» one-man aaer. . - --••.;. Most of the job wi?rc -five men locked in [ NKA will be shifted to five assist- { thesa/roe ceil Sunday night, though ii ants, Johnson wants to see how | only four of them escaped. N-> ; N.RA can set along: without his | information as to the time the ! hand on the helm. The tryout— j fcr«ak occurred was obtained by = which }s purely informal and de- \ .-•of facers. Monday morning- i signed to give Johnson a. chance to I *_TR* commodes in the jail cells j relax—will be also an important j ar* oiiilt against the cell walls. A I test of commission control. = carrS«or about fjvrr feet acres: i* i The general's way of relaxing ; tfcc two cell blocks, wsth f will be a swing across the country j •;t each end. The doors ! to sell the Btu* Eagle and put in | into the jail run-arocnd. |a good word her*; s.nd there Th* window throesrh which th-» J the Xevf X>eal. *, last-minute rush pockets for Jthe rosxr* \ ca.p«<i. Thev obtainftd^aifrout £50 fall. of for Man Dies Of Blow Under Ear Sunday 5 I prisoner* escaped is on the we^t *4d« of th* jai? building. Two federal prisoners escaped through the same window ln«T year. came to his de.sk. that awaSt^c. his return from ek of rest and conferences in York were: Promulgation of one bisr s^Tnal! Industrie's. of affairs < J. T. Sldebottom of Among prob-1 Ofci a _ Victim In Elec- Xei lion. Argument 1DA3EU Okla.—J. T. Sidebottom. 55 years old. died in- ! ^-y: ; .^3EasapQajcKi' •jjiboS ;Jr ®!fiy"f*t-wro : ''-or' 'ih'ree: f voters had called azid cast ballots j and about thirty—liad been mailed \ in answer "to requests received I from persoas already absent and I who w-Hl not return before elec- 1 tion day. I Absentee balloting will continue | until and inducing July 25, and ! it is expected thaz many more will i be cast before ..that date. Twc i years ago more Hvan one hundred {"absentee ballots were cast in the 1 first primary and" it is probable j that number will. be exceeded as it S i is said more people are able to | taka vacations this year than two ! years ago. j Persons who have since the is- i suance of their poll tax receipt or (Slim) j exemption certit*<^ne moved frurn Paris to another tffi—The XXe.- trict of Columbia court of appeals Monday reversed. 3. lower court rallng and h^eld the senate did] not have the power to sentence ] William P. MacCracken to 10 j days in jail for contempt in con- j nection with the air mail invest!- j gs.tion. j MacCracken. former assistant! secretary of commerce for aeronautics, and Ij- H- Brittin, former vice president of the. Xorthwest Airways, inc., were found guilty by the senate February 14 and each sentenced, to 19 days. Brittin j served his term, bet counsel for j MacCrackeri contested the lesis- .; lative body's decision. j Jiistics Daniel W- O. iDonosntie, i o* thft JOistxict of Colninbia. su-1 Will Gather ouid be simple, touchingr on ssich [ stantly Sunday afternoon at Kar- | frora a voting precinct outside the atters as way:-.-*, workinsr hoars ; r is w h v a struck below the right | city ^^ ^^ ci . v> must have a rnatters an<s chsld labor. ' , car during a fist-fighv after what 5 trans f &r ma de before zhev will t. 2, NRA's pncf po.icy awa.its ; was said to have been an election j further ciarification. especially j arjrument with Jim Koberson, who ] | suffered Session Tuesdav At Kil- : — " ' knife-wound allegedly Is Expected to Settle Differences Walkout Votes Add to Pacific Coast Tension .Pete. Robersor: ta.ktn by Sheriff .*. -i, «tr»klnic at xfeor* vhen flwfr differ- | w|H be air«J. . R. M. XV'ilmotte. member of the ; O. F. Stewart ana Robert Ives, deputy, to th? Sanitarium of Pdiris 'or medical attention Snnday ev- and Monday mommp he was by then: to Kaworth for ar- broug SAX FKAXCISCO. ('F?. — Walk-', - . Jt votes by teamsters of San | btrt!d*rs and their contractor cm- j Francisco itnd Oakland intensified { ?>!oy«rs jsatJn?r«rd data. Monday In j general strike threats on the Pa- I for a meeting Tuesdav ! cifsc c->ast Monday as the Natsortal r Witnesses said Sidebottom. his remen's lx>iird here", son and Koberson resorted to fi-sU- the n<*v Federal 1-n.bor j cuffs vh<rrn their arcrument over act to its first test. f last week's election ?crr«\v hot. a.n<? Tin; 3.7SO teamsters of »hc two [after Rob^rson hit the elder Side- ton', the latter"j» s=on drew a "::r!!?r:t.i services for S:d-?^-c t ttOTT! -•? «e: for 1 o'clock Monday aft- i>or. at Ha'-vorth. th* I^abor Policy honrd of j San Francisco tsiy cities j*erve»l I?*partn-j<:nt of th«j Snterior. j notice that unlcy* definite pros:a strsctSy nrutral v*>l~ \ re»s is nna.de toward srftlenn?nt of •will act as arbitrator ,-u the • th« ntarttime strike they wjU aban- * <lon their trucks Thursday mom- Flre h«ndr*-d Kasit. Texas rlf: f JTIJC, baH4f>rs are effected by the strike. I General strike propo^a!* gR;n«?d A. C. Caitahan. s*cretar>- of th^ | impetus at &tn Franci3«:o. OAK Jtljf B'iildinc Contractors* »3«gocia- { land, Portland and Seattle, liwtt. ff*i<l. Thev are dciiu MEMBERS TO QUIT AUSTIN. :V?».—Two the Texas KeHef conxmission, *a|re incr-a*c of $2. shov- i F orT11 er HuffOan Named ; Hu^ioR of Hou«on^and Jack in* th. W.le «P to »I5 for ri ff '*OrmerMugOan >ame<l ^ Ju a«ion Mon«y announced bnn<S*r^ and *S4 for "crew pO8 h- Builder* Code Expert ;th«r intention of resign from the „ . board, the action cominjr at n Strikers «id they would return HUGO. Okia, ~ Announcement ^eetins of th- commi^ion in to worlc wn"**n cont to the demands, attorney _ , A _, »-.*.« I tentative nnd^r tho national au- CBICAGO. iff**- —Prefacing he- j <j B8tr y~ i n Oklahoma, visit --4ih a P^ea to b*? treated j r>oxj$rljwt starred in the *>ractic<e any other »iKhts«rr." Mrs. '-_ o ; j aw in HUJCO »«verRl years a^v D, Roowov«u Monday be- j in partnership wiih Robert Howe, h*r first tour of inspection of j a cotisin, later moving to Okla- Chica«ro"» 1S34 World's F*ir. ,- norK a City. Qualified to vote. This transfer- is made by the tax cvHt-ctor u;;.: tiere is no cost for the service Such, persons shou'd tiiK'.- »hv;s receipt to his office not later than July "4 and have the transfer recorded. After that date it will be too late- This law alsc applies to persons who have moved into Paris from other counties, provided they will have lived in the state one year and the cour.ty six months before July iS. had the constitutional right to I sentence MacCracken. in connect- i ion with disappearance from his I office here of airway contract | parsers that were under subpoena, j by the senate. f The- majority in the three to 1 two ruling by the higher coun Monday declared: | "Unless there is to be an in| zerming-Hng of the legislative an'u | judicial power to cea.1 with con| zempt. tiereb:-* rendering- it pos| slbl© in all cases as a matter cf ! legislative power summarily to try i ths one accused without subject- 1 ing: him to the statutory modes of ! trial provided for criminal of- I fenses.' protected by the limila: lions and ss.fe?marcs of the con- I stitution. then we must and co | declare that the "senate is withe/; i jurisrdiction to inflict punishment • on the petitioner." i Frank J. Hogar.. M&cCracken's ' cc-iinsel, contended in his petition ; to the court, as he did on the ; st-nate floor ir. the celebrated : February trial that the sena^> was i without constitutiona: power to I sentence a person for a past con- i tempt, i He held MacCra-cker; had p-jrg-- Tlolet HiltOTt, on* of the fanrotis -was refused -sn "mora.!" sroands saic she would not! i!arK>n, _irk. ihe other twin. I>aisy has • announced her intensions to Less Than 70 Per Cent Of '33 Figure Texas Figure Off Six Millions. Oklahoma About Two Millions MARKET UP S1.8O IN FACE OF ESTIMATE California Is Only State to Show Increase in Acreage ', Siamese twins, said she wou!3' ^o E. \ to court' to force r\e*A* Tork mar- license bureau ofifcials to n=r s. license Maurice 1L. Lumber;. shown kissin^ her. Tr marry as ^nslish fighter. (As- i stan Heeuse soeiated Press Phoio.> Hilton Marriage Plan Is Big Headache to Officials Even Science Nonplussed Over Case; Violet. Deter* mined to Become Airs. Maurice Lambert. En* lists La>ryer to Help Make Wedding Bells Ring; Fa^re 5. Col. 5 PIJVX HIL-\KEVGS DKCATUJR. Tei.. iff}. —Prelim i- uar>- hearings for Charles Edy^~ Andtrson. 5S. Kort -Worth insurance man, ii^f Kd^rar KaymoTui Anderson, IS. his son. on charge•= of slaying C. E- B>-ars, 42, a store- k*«per. at I~aLKe Bridgeport, wer.» Monday. Council to Hear Pleas HAVANA. (.-?>?.—Raids for arms were spread throughout Cuba Monday by Col. FTtsIgencio Batiszn. commander-in-chier of the army, •who is convinced he haw thwarted ^oW a*;^ ! -^ «»d. Sunday of the appoint- »Wch Adam Johnson. director^ . what would hav< 3C imwt of H. I. Donpla*. Oklahoma ^alk«d out after what he termed , revolution- itapsr ICitv attorney a* NRA code repre- I » "^cturc by htt^on. army officers. director. what would have be-eis inspired by major former American Woman Held For Spy Ring Quiz k BEVERI.T HILIS, Calif.. — All I know Is ju»t what Mtl« I JW« in th« papers. See wh«r* Mr. Is puttlnK » "W»b," (you what * bl»b Is? It** a thing P»t ov«r a cuira mouth to k*«|> H from eating; b«ttv**n m«AJc). Well. he Is putting a. **bl*b" on the** so-c*n«<J "offlc- J»?»" who mr« maktms »pe«che» *ro«n<* *hs v**wntry trv'lnir to t«ll wh»t the new deal has In mind. He h** Informed **m: "You KO ahe»4 de»l, and shut u|< about it. A i* not supposed to entcrt«ln nlofic with bin dealinj:." So th« «*3tt tim* you h«?«r * follow for th« White Houwc, yo-u \ \ JrARIS, (/P).—An American wo- ! man. J*i«iH««s Jacobson Ixtvin*. 33. j was ordered Momlay by Magistrate j An<lr« Benon to *p: ear for QWMI- ] tfcminjc in » new drive to cl«*n tjj* } «n *!lesre<5 International rtnjr of Has Been Puffing On Cigars Two Years; Expects to Cut Down Consumption Considerably By Third Birthday—July 28 She wax to h* questioned re- iratxlinir her rclaiion to Mr. and Mr*. Robert Gordon. Hwltz, of X«w Jersey, who have t»c«n h*M in .x I*arl» *»<! for s^vrnil months under c-splonaso chances. ROBBKHY XFTS KHX3ORE. Tex,, UP*.— Th« Fan- am* Reflnlni: company was roh- bxrtl of ntx»«t |»00 early Mowlay by » man who thr^at^n«<| the r«- finery «tt«n<lant with a- ptatol | WEST PATERSOX. X. J.. («.— • "Mickey" Norm*n. fair, fat *n«i | nearly thre*>. is trying to break | the haWf e>f 3 lifetime I After two years as a t wsnofcer, "Mickey" hopes— | his parents wish si—-to be down to w few puffs a day by his third birthday. July SS. It's not that th«sy think smokioK | has done. "Mickey** any harm, H* is heaKhy. liv«ly and well-behaved. His heijcht i» 37 inches, hi* tveljcht 35 pourtdx. Tho arerajco for MA a«c is 37 Inches t.nd 32 to 36 pound*. But sine* the world first heard a year auo that "Jtfickey" wa« a wmokcr, letter* ot \ protest H*v» ft th« , man borne. j Then, too, siinc* nss firs-i ex' perinsent* with cigars, "Mickey" ' has broadened his activities to include pipes and cigarettes. It i* the clsaarette* that his parents object to. Also, swnce he ha« started venturing forth into th« world, "Mickey" has learned another lime-honored habit. "Whenever ne returns from a T6d<l)« in th* nejyhborhood, he us »*«rch«<j for ciirar and oisrarctiw wtubs. HJa parents, "hi* jrrand- iwtjthcr and hi» nisier, J>orothy v 4. all k*«p an ey« on him. I* they did»"t, they never would b» able to «e* *'Mlck*y** for the taa* of wikfk« AitHMid iiim. Filling Station Issue Big Item; Bus Franchise Question Also Up Meetir.s: in resrular monthly session Monday evening at T:S'> o'clock the city council win pass on the application of Kirs- Presbyterian church lor pernv.t to ?>*li»d a, fUI:nsr station on part of its lot at South Main and Shernia- streets. which the application ; states is to b-c >ased to Sinclair Oil company. Hearing: en the ap- i plication was had some vi'eeks a|ro ! and this date was set for final I action of :h<? cour.cs.. by vote of I that body. • Whether additional arguments for cr asrsiir.st the gran::ns: of the permit will be offered or permitted has not been indicated, and is solely within the jurisdiction : of th« council. Another ma.::er calling for attention at this raeetins: is the application of Paul Jackson for a i franchise to operate a bus line [ on Bonham street from First ! street to the Plaza, and on certain | other streets in the eastern part • of the city. The charier requires ; such applications to be con*ide«r*d • only a* regular jes^ion? and re| <l«ir«d pubUcation having been ! mad* :h« applicatjon is OR Che | calendar for this session, 1 Several contiiilttees arc due to I report c*n matter* heretofore re- J f*rr*d to them and altogether :he t session promises* to be of inheres: to a lars« nun>b«r of cr. TORK. fJr; — In justif:- : course. Daisy, her conjoined twin. able bewildermeni. Xew- Tork of- applied for the psper. brows over the -dlsmrbliis: ca£« o; tiieater audiences- with sy~ch.ronis- Maurice Lambert and Violet HII- cc! sound s.r.a saxophone-tooting ton. the Siamese twin •CT.-ho wants really just one person". How about Even, science, enlisted :o clar- Several scientists — geneticists ify the <ruestlons concerning: the 3^3 comparative anaton-ists — duality or individuality of Siamese when asked for their views on the twins;, was slisrhtly nonplussed. -natter. Xow It is widely known that Said Dr. H. ~L,. Shapiro, of the Violet and J^amber: were refused Anierican museum of natural his- a marrzacr-e Hcer.se on the grrc-und -crv; that such a nnicr. would be :m- -T n _..,.. O pir.ion, siaraese twins naoral: that counsel for Violet ar<? ^a-o persons. The strongest does not consider this reasoning: j>asis for this conclusion rests -on iosrical and is trying to force is- ^ ne facr that -hey reason and stance of the license. : -hink differently." Fer3l^xir:s: Q-est:ons hisse: A .ceneticist, who preferred to hirelings of the ci:y clerk's office : 'when Ls.rr.bert and Violet, and c: See MARRIAGE. Pasre S. Co;. 5 Harrimanls Four Held Taken to Pen In Slaying ORLEANS. (Jft Cotton prices skyrocketed $i_&a per bale on the Xew Orteans eichauge Monday "when the trallisf srovernroeEt acreage report was released- partn^«nt of Agriculture Monday estimated cotton acreage. In cultivation July 1 in the United States at 25,024,090, which, wus 6S.S per cent of the 49.S52.000 acres under cultivation a year a^o. The acreage compared -wrtlt acreage a. year a^o -was: State 1334 IS33~ Texas .... 10,314,000 15,.050,0'eO Oklahoma , . 2.545.0€0 4,133^0& Arkansas .. 2.305,000 3,54.5,000 Mississippi 2,535.000 3,S2Q.OOO Alabama , . 2^215,000 3,21->.O r OO Georgia ... 2.141,000 ".S55,IM)8 S. CaroUna 1.2S5.000 1 T S11^K>1 ZS". Carolina 3T7.000 1,325,5O& Virginia . . 57^0^0 75,900 Florida ... SS.OOO 113^6,00 Tj«\Trf!^»B tT3 _ 1.2"3 7,OOO X,7ST l fSQ^S r !N"»w '3Ie3ico ST 0*30 129,0=§S Arizona . . 132,000 I40,CMM> California ., 225.000 2±3,6^frO All Others 19,000 25,900 During IS33 cotton farraers reat- ed approxitnately 10.495.000 acres to the ^OYernmeiit and. plowed up S cotton. This year approximately 15.000,000 iiave been rent- The crop reportinsr board said the 25.024.000 acres was 31.4 per cent less than that on July I,. 1933 and 32-4 per cent less than tlie average for the five year period. 1529-32 inclusive. The decrease from. last years fi=pures ranged from 25 per cent in Georgia to 35 per cent in Oklahoma. California, was the only state showins an increase over 1933. The Western part of the cotton belt showed a higher reduction from IS33 than eastern states dtie to the fact chat relatively high acreages were planted in western states last year. the board explained. The drop was attributed chiefly to the crop reduction program, of the farm administration combined with "Ihe restricting influence" of the Bankhead production control act on planters who did MOI sigrn voluntary reduction contracts. The acreage this year, des-sribed as the smallest since 13C'5, was about 1,70-0,000 below the 1321 figure, the only year since 1905 in which less than 30.900,008 acres were planted. The acreage of Pima Egyptian long staple cotton in Arizona was estimated at 2S.C«00 compared with 27.000 last year. The estimated acreage under cultivation July i was I ; 954 000 acres or S.i per cent, less than the 23,375.009 harvested last year. Must Serve Four and Half Years For Bank Irregularities XE\V YORK. tHr* 1 .—Joseph \v. Harrimar., former president of th- Harrinxan National Bank a n d Trust company, was takers Monday to the federal penitentiary at T-ew- foitr and a half year sentence. Harridan, convicted of falsifying records and ^viisapplying funds of his bask, was placed on a train at Jersey City for the seven-hour trip. He was in custody of two deputy Unite<« States marshals, The 62-year-o'd banker did not appear to be downcast a* he left Doctors hospital, where he had been a patient sinc« his conviction, for the raiTroad station. Neither his wife nor his daughter was in -evidence as Harri*nan left, but it was understood Mrs. Karriman had bidden him goodbye in th« hospital. SHARON, Pa, v.4*»—Mary L,jptak. kidna^nt. was fountl by Monday siandrnj: on a corntr s*\ eral block* from STAY GRANTED MONTC.OMKRY. Ala.. <,^.—A stay of execution was granted Monday to Heyxvood Patterson and Clarence Xorris, two of nine- negro defendant* «nd«r sentence of death in ih« "Scottsboro case." by tn« Alabama ^prem* court on of »n atpplicaUon for re- First Lieutenant In CCC Camp Slain As Attempts To Quiet Recruits FOTKAU. Ok'a.. v^ — Four c'.- vil-an corsservation corps workers •-verc held in Jail h*?r-c- Mor.day ' for investigation !n:c* the fatal shootirjc late Sunday- n:c:'h: of First .I.:eut. Jabes L, Gatlin of . Mexia. Texas. corTTn;ai*d:nj< officer at the Firs* Vn"ey CCC camp in the southern. o-is:«? of I^Flore count> . "W'ar.ace M.~Cn!lc>ush ^as named by officers and eye-v- it nesses as ;b<» a!legev2 slayer. Ke an-3 three , v^ther recruits. James and Moochie Ba.!<Jrid.ce and Mark Ruark. were • arr«st*<i ea.rl>' Monday and hrotsgnt to tii* county jail here. ".vhere- they were heid pendsns; ar, :nve»tis:a::on. ; Ofticers said ciiey wer« cold by . eyewitnesses that the shooting oc- ciirr*<i when L.:*u tenant Gatlin at- tentpted to £jui*i zhe recruits who vi-^re reporteti to hav« been drink. ingr. When Gat Tin ordered the * youths to bed, officers said Mo fired at Gatlin »«tf the President Has Chance For Real Vacationing ABOARD THE U.S.S. GILJMER ACCOMPANYING P R E SI"DE.VT ROOSEVELT. uPs. — President Roosevelt had an opportunity for real vacation relaxation once mor« Monday after busy visits to Puerto Ric*.* and tnc ^ tr^rir! .Inlands. The cruiser Houston steamed across the Caribbean Sea. at .*». rapid -Aiy towarxl Colombia, due to arrive at Car:;tser:a. Tuesday. WEATHER Cool breezes irs the eveniQ,s, hen Parisians have ume for automobile iv*> and picnics com- i pensate considerably for the? heat • uf midday. All takes in this vj: cinity are b^coisiSus more popular a.s recreation ^jjots. Visitors conte f front distant parts of the county ; a» well ;is from Paris. Tenxpcra- ' tiires Saturday ransred from ^74 u» ! Sa de*?r*e». Sunday '• ranged front- 72 to ft ; OKl/AHOMA: Partly ! unsettl«l» v<m tinued \tiirni j oac«, LJeut- GatUn wasf ktlj^^J ht; stamtly. ^TcCultoush auftered a j TKXAS: <i<e»»«milly fttir to pari- ; iy dowdy mnd cx»ntinn«<t w*rw» !' the

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