The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 16, 1934 · Page 5
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 5

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T. JULY 1«, 1*34 TM PAKB LUPE SUES HER MOVIE TARZAN STRIKERS GIVE NEW LABOR BOARD HUGE TASK PACE FTO Seek College Boy In Beauty's Death SOCIETY GOES TO THE BEACH l My«r* (abov«), 21-year-old University of Oklahoma junior, was sought in Houston, Tex, a* a result of his disappearance just before a doctor found the body of Marian Mills, 20-year-old beauty queen, in Norman, Okla. (Associated Press Photo) Charging that he was a violent, cursing, furniture-wrecking hus- J, Lupe VeJez of the films filed divorce proceedings in Los Ange'-s .agajntt Johnny Weissmutler, screen actor and Olympic swimming champion. Their marriage has been marked by a series of temporary sepa- rztizus. always accompanied by voluble explanations. (Associated Press Photo*) Strikes and strike threats scattered throughout th» nation 9 av« the new "sunrem* court*dispute, a bia job a, it began ft. work at Washington. The new labor reHon"b£S whi^h * remU ° <**"=« instated by the revisit Wagner labor dispute* 0 ^?.^* 11 * Uft ' te fiBht: EdWln «• Smith *^ «»*» Lloyd Garrison of the University «f Wisconsin, °^ lor mpots where * trik * m hmv * ***" in pr09r ~ or have been Two Are Held For Robbery f Hi lacking Is Believed Solv-l two " h!er who lay in ' w ' , . X, , , . J after rifling the hous ' i the same time the car was taken was found in the woods near Futchell's and Harbison's home at I Dead Man's Hollow, so called from the triple I>raper murder there several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Marsh had been robbed of their car and $45 by •ait for t. ed As Ofclaixomans Are Nabbed couple vras in GarksviHe- About Towa Terrorism In Austria Dynamite and Death Answer Dollfuss* Anti- Nazi Campaign shown on Long Island. (Associated Press PhS) U>ABE£«. Okla.,—Tod FutcheH. I 33 and Bill Harbison, 25. arrested Sunday morning at Sletowa. on charges of theft and} rofefaery in connection with the { Ill-Sacking of Mr. and >irs- Hor- i •ace Marsh at their home two miles ^ north ct '-Annona. Texas, on thej nf^Sit of Saturday. Juae 30. The J arrests wer« made by Robert Ives. i ^ J «^ bi "*- n anU J °* Hoi ^ h - °M Sheriff Cty<fcTsheIto a and Chief tlie Me^«ain county sheriff of-• of PoUce Gus Cothran returned * and Sneriff Ross Smiley of ] from a trip 7o Arkansas Sunday River •. county. Texas. who f night. tyok the men to Clarksville about j nooa Sunday. | RUey Moore cauasht a JPa«4s.. man . Officers- said IFutcbea wb~n | steading gasoline from his car Sat- ^ Socialists. CH?) — Death and dynamite wrote grim answers Monday to Chancellor ZJoIHuss" ri^id | campaign to suppress Nazis. _. .,. Political violence brought four City officers were notified Sun-j deaths, widespread bomb damag- :y morning that nlns iryers had and a wave or terror over the »Ien from C. IX Hanson f week-end. arreste-4 was drivin S the car stolen | urday night and took -him to ih froai Marsh, a n*w body having | police station, %,-here h^ wa Cities were thrown Into darkness as defiant opponents of the I>oUfuss regime renewed their activity. Transportation services were crippled.; dynamite wrecked telephone booths, mail bo^es and public .places. -.. ; under cover the bloody civil \var of February1 hax-« started another 1 And expensive to drive your automobile \v-ith the wheels out of alignment We have the finest equipment and factory trained mechanics ^'ho specialize in vheel alignment and frame straightening-. If your car does not steer as well as 'vhers new or if your front tires are showing unusual xvear, drive your car Into our service department for a FREE inspection. » Two men arre^ied by city offi- | £ j ccrs vrere transfcrr-ed to oonnty : i authorities Monday, One was | charged -with forgery- and one with i Mr. ami Mi {trip ttirousli I grfa, to Chicago. gTJardists attempted n the Vienna woods r,ea.r Kaltersle ut^reben Sunday, with nearly 2.000 socialists on ^ hand. Two fascists tipped off tie •*. S. O. Cochran o f! ^ndarrnes and their e returned from a « or - *** e scene brought on f _ Alabama, and G^or-1 Thl "«e socialists wera killed. Tney were ac- | ^ 33i was killed Saturday ; srip by their j ^esna, •a and Miss Exit Burton, j A 'government communique charged socialists in several The D Dial A in \ I County officers were notified | Monday morning of tU< I of ft store at Harmon. | by Ab Re-eves. About ?15 in c&sn | and a $ nastily of merchandise I was reported stolen. pro- through the republican caused the disorders in co nsmera oration of the aajnix-^rsary of the burning cff the X^Jenna pal- All hours Central Standard Time. par,— 6:00 CBS Kate Smith; XBC Leonard Heller's Orchestra. 6:30 CBS Dramatic GtttW; XBC Bavarian Band. :00 CBS Evan Evans, son^s; Sinclair Minstrels. T:SO CBS Tom Gentry's Orchestra: XBC Hoase Party. S:00 CBS Wayne King's Orchestra: X3C Contended Program. S:30 CBS Singm' Sara: ^TBC Demi-Tasse Revue. 8:45 CBS Mary Eastman, Evan Evans: XBC D-mocratic- Republican Series, 9:09 CBS Elks' Convention; XBC Frauk Buck, big game hunter, 3:15 CBS Xews, -foilowed by Glenn Gray's Orchestra.: XBC Gene and Glenn, as "Jake and Xena.** 9:30 CBS Gray's Orchestra; XBC Jack Denny's Orchestra, 5:45 CBS Enoch Ug'nt's Orchestra. 10:00 CBS Blue "Monday Jamboree: XBC HalpTi Kirbery, followed by ^>hil Harris* Orchestra- 10:3? CBS Keggie Chilos' Orchestra; XBC Boger 5^o!fe Ixahn's Orchestra. 11:00 CBS Jacfe Hussel"? Orchestra: XBC Clyde Ideas' Of- chestra. Singers At POLITICAL EXPENSE ACCOUNTS ARE BUE Candidates May File Rendition To July 20 Tri-Connty Convention Is I Held and Officers Are Re-Elected i SUGO, Okla., •— The Tri-coan- • This StatSos CBS STATIONS . . ............. ACDIBUE >T»C STATIONS Dallas ......... . ...... Ft Wortis _____ . _____ Cittel^TiKti ____ ........ ?sn AntoKio .. ........ 3 citj judge w. E. MeKnsjrht *s- j WOMEN AT UMTY ty sinking convention in session. Sunday at the ilet&odist Protestant church -vras attended by a. crowd that -was estimated at 1500, i including- visitors frora Texas and. i Arkansas as well as Choclaw. | Pushmaraha asd McCurtaln } ties. | Officers re-elected arei W. D. | I "SVheeler. Antlers, president; Carl { j MeDonel. Kugo,. ^ce-presidect;! S and Tom Pursel!. Ktig-o. secre^ry. i | Tae time of meeting was changed 1 j from July to the third Sunday in.} ! August asd. though the place for j j year's meeting Teas nor <iefi- f j nftely set. ic may be held again in I ] Hug-o. j 1 "^- E. Schooler, publisher of] The Hugo Daily Xews. gave the welcome address to which W_ EL I Utley of Hariford, Ark., responded. \Vilbt:rn Cart-RTig-ht, congress: man frozn third district, gave a talk on *'jlasic." the leaders present Hopkins, Gus I Verda Hooker, M. E. Corbell. T. I E. Bolln. and 31isi L,ocie Going^ of Ilcabe2; Mr. Xelson of Paris: Ar- |thur Finr,ey r TVilkin Bacon, Ray I Wheeler. G-eorge Bell and Austin | Shoemaker of Ardrnore: W. T. Uz- 5 }ey and son and B. il. Bartlette, ?Jr» of Hartford. Ark., Glen Payte I and Mr. Arnold of Glenwood. Ark., i and the Stanley quartet of Dallas. Expense accounts of candidates in The primary elections for the second period are no-vv due and may be filed •wlih the county clerk to and Including July 20. which is the final date. This will be the final filing- for all except xhose -who may become the two high candidates in the first election, and they will have to file additional account before the second primary. Absentee voting is increasing. To Saturday night 114 ballots had been deposited with the county clerk > or sent out by him to persons now absent froin the county, and Monday morning several others had voted. The closing date for absentee voting is July 25. Persons living in the city, or who have moved from a voting: precinct in the county into the city, will have until July 24 to gret transfer of their certificates at r-he tax collector's office and such transfer must be obtained before the person can votes COTTOX GRADrxX? SCHOOL COilMBRCH.—A school of instruction in grading cotton according to government grades and staples is to be conducted here daring the week by H. F. Taylor, of !>ai!as. connected with the IT. S, Department of Agriculture bureau of economics. CO>OHTTEE MEETS COPJSICAXA, C^.—Members of the Texas Centennial comxnissiou. met at the Corsicana Country dob at 10 o'clock Monday morning in the first official, meeting sinc» they received their commission in Austin early ia June. Atoka, Antlers and Hugo Bus Line —TIME TABLE— Bo* Leaves Hugo For Antlers and Atoka at 9:00 A* M. and 6^0 P. M. Good connection? at Atofca for McAlester, Musfcogee and Tnlsa, Also Good Connections at Atofca for Ada, Seminole, and Oklabotna City- Fares from Hogro to the foBowiogs towns and Hugo to Antlers . . 50c Hugo to Mnskogec $3.65 Hugo to Atoka . . $1.50 Hugo to Ada . - . $2.45 Hugo to McAlester S2.4O Hugo to Seminole $3.15 Hugo to Tulsa . . $4.35 Hugo to Sliawnee $3-5O I have bougtic a new tns so ask about the new bus and tlie nearer wrar. Save Time and Money and Ride ify 8. A, MUNGLE, Operator j being drunk in corporation court ; Monday tnorrsins. PJij-es • amount TO $11.20 <?nch. ARE CANNING CORN! ANTLERS PERSONAL UKITT, — XVomer, of this corn- EDUCity are canning 1 corn. The Rev. Lee Hunter, Baptist AND LOCAL ITEMS I CROPS AT F AULK1VER i SUFFER FROM DROUTH Two nesro boys, rured five and 1$ years, were arrested Monday on charges of breakins into the Gulf fllliissr sts^orj at The corner of Clarksrvine and Twenty - second j street Saturday uijrln- Two other ¥ ! fMjirifr stations reported windows j ~~~ { broken, tlsosjch nothing: was taker.. BASEBALL TOURNEY A fsw penn!»s ire^re tskor? from th* GuK. station. ininister. closed & revival at Globe Sunday evening. Mrs. Xettie Bennlagrfield and children spent last week with Mrs, Ella Todd at Honey Grove. FOULKXER. — Crops are suf- riHEr from the drouth except cot- n Ts-b-Ich seems to be holding up ll. Stock u-ater is jettins: scarce } and some people are driving- stock | to the creek ro drink. i SeveraJ Faulkner peopls attenS- t *«3 the srave yard -n-orkin^ at Post I HAVE YOU TRIED THE New Bread "ITS TWISTED" The new Ideal Breas has finer flavor, closer texture, and many oth^r pcvnts of superiority. By the process of twisting the dough, Ideal Bread is made m a more compact loaf without sogginess and the uniform slicer rre much more free of air -bubble hole5 iK-in ord!n'jry bread. It is sliced and wrapped on a brand r<Nv machine, where it is not touched bv hands. IDEAL BAKING CO. Hoy Aito Milton Vanderpool -CT^rT? rJblJb Okla.. — Men- Been former county commisssor. er. Monday returned to the vet- \ er&ns hospital at Muskosee. llrs. I* E. Stanfieid of Weslaco, Tesas. is a g^est of her aunt. Mrs. J. F. McKs*. The fire department was called t Oak Wednesday. Saturday afternoon to The home | 3!rs- U. S. Swindle has returned of Jcha "Westmoreland, "where Fire | 'rom a visit with her .sister. Jlrs. I P. Ellis at Cc-rs-cana. COMMERCE.—A raamoth baseball tournament was by the officials of the Tri-couruy' picnic 3!onday tnoming. The com- j | petition of diamond squads is ex- { pected to draw approximately 50 ascgrefratic-Tis from a.11 parts o* Hunt, Hopkins, Delta and counties. Chief Frank Amend said dar^.age j to tins houss was slight from j Annie Queen of Mineral; A partfca'arly attractive feature of the competition lies is th» fact that tli* winner and Ttinrser up both will be given a porticn o? the entry fees plus a percentage of the grat* receipts. re. which broke out in the roof, j Wells is visiting: her parents. Sir.! announced ! City ilarshai C, S. Brown is | anfi -^ Irs - -- A. Bates here. I carrying on a. one-man campaign | Mrs, Roy Jones ana children of j to exterminate stray or loose < Beaumont arc visjtir.s Mrs. Jones" i dogs as the result of a mad-doc j brother. Ollie Sfr^s. | scare. \ • i Keith of xashobs. an<3 pastor at Commerce { were taken to the, veterans* hospital In Sulphur by j Child Welfare Snrvcv ** , At Commerce Started! officials of th? American Legior. ; post, for treatment. I LADONLA OIL TEST IS DOWN 3.OOO FEET COMMERCE.—I. B. McXatt, local reJS<?f director, announced a child weifare survey to be made by employees of his office In con| JunciJon with the American Legion t and Auxiliary, besinnJng: Monday 1 morning. TakSng^ in every home J within ih« Commerce area, the j work will probably take two or j three \ve«k*. f Information compiled by the ] patriotic orgar.isiiions as welj «« | th* »tat.e departmersls of rehab!l!a- i tion education, child welfare, child i hygiene, and health and th* com- t missJon for th« Mind. — According *o in- forraation received here the dr:~ I at S.OOO feet has reached oil sar.d j at the test well being sunk near I-adonia. The. test which is financed by Chicago capital, is the only •well now br*.ng drilled ia Fannir. countj-, I- The past Telephone, about tc- miJas northeast of her«. Ectcr. Carson. I^eonard and other plao-?* hav«> been the locations of sirntis; tests. made at :he First Baptist I I cisurch Sunday that the pastor, j : ' Dr, J. H. Hickerson. would at- j - tend the Baptist World Alliance in I ~. Berlin. Germany this summer, asd* f ; take aa educational tour through j the Holy ]Land. { ' 2kl*~ T -i I *~ks' T ^a^ 'TSIT-O *•»•»! »» 1 i about a week later. Tuesday eve- i ' n:n£r, July i~. he and Mrs. K:ck-; ': erson will be at home to the | ; church rrieasbership at a fellowship ! ; meeting on the paryona^e lawr..! . HHirinj: his absence th<? pjlpit here [ will be supplied by Rev. J. M. P. Morrow of Vt. \Vor-.?:. 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