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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 9

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SUNDAY* JULY 2t» PAWS NEWS. How Candidates For Office Appealed To Lamar Voters! Starhemberg Gives Stand Acting Chancellor of Austria: Gives Statement For Associated Press IN ATTORNEY RUN-OFF VIENNA, July 2S—(Sunday)— Prince Ernst Rudiger Von Star- faemberg, acting Chancellor of ( Austria, today issued the follow- j lag statement for the Associated | Press: . "Austria, convinced of her | Earop.ean mission to serve the } German culture, shall fight to her« last breath for her unrestricted j Hb-eriy and independence and for 1 ner future. : ! "The Austrian government has i beea" : able to crush in a few hours j the "revolt of criminal elements* to the Austrian people, to the close and trusted between the people and the gov«rnrh.ern, as well as to the unlimited devotion of patriotic Aus- triaas -and the unconditional reliability of the government's- executive forces, the army and members^ of: the auxiliary corps. "The Austrian people, deeply outragred by the dastardly murder of its-beloved Chancellor and. conscious of its heritage to the political ideals of their heroic dead leader, shall be enabled to achieve the. „ greatest deeds by itself and •wilt, closely united, a better fut- ere.'-,' . is dead. His ideas, r, and his wUl, are alive in "VVAJLTER WOODWARD WJDUDIAM McCRAW Assessor-Collector and School Superintendent Threatened Johnson Orders Hmrriman Insignia Removed If Conditions Not Mel: IN JUDGE'S RUN-OFF SAX DIEGO. Calif^ S. Johnson. XRA aaroini»trator. directed Saturday that -.the b!«e eagl* he removed a ,s«cond time from the Harriman ~ Hosievry Co. of Tennessee, unless it met certain conditions, ordered removal > of ib«* NRA insignia" from Greif Company of Baltimore if it doe*,, not comply "Hvith our instruc- ] tlons" and moved to settle the Chicago stockyards strike- i Johnson, who is on a. brief vacation at Agua Caliente. outlined his sta.nd in a telegram to Col. G. j A. JLynch. his administrative aide, { It said: . ! "The following are my definite ! orders: | "1. \Vhen I left TTashingtoa I | instructed that the Harrimaii Hosi- i ery company (of Tennessee) | should take 50 strikers back immediately and agree to collective j bargaining' as a condition to restoration of their blue eagle. If they have sot so agreed, take their blue eagle back. "2.. If Greif. of Baltimore, (Greif 1 Milton C- A. MARTEV Senator-—Governor Bia.rdst.ov.-n tins-. heart of each true Austrian, . A«istria.'s future and Austria's re- 1 £ av ; n ^ ss covery are the first condition of } Knv ~"^ ~ Europe's future and recovery." SoonersGet /LakeAVaters Box Deport Petty Post Oak Chicota . Sunsner 11 21 2S 53 121 60 3 1S2 30 Mound Prairie Arthur C't;. Glory .... -, T __ .._ „„-,,,„ Norvel! . . . CITY t*?—:Mn«on* } H . u of gallons of water were released \ it.-,^ from lakes in the "SVichita moun- i au . iA: T".r, ™ v -L- • * Spnnghiil . tains taturday to relieve acute ^ droath conditions in Comanche ar ° " " counts" and southwest Oklahoma. 5 FHHA officials said -writer was i ig'dOMm lledicine and Cache i 15 into ton cour; ver, JLif creeks into western Comanche { •county. 32 suaty anci dowr. Blue B*a- | ,ittie Cache and Post Oak | s ~ : Globe . . t Powderly 4 55 15 — 8 70 56 31 29 12 25 12 5S 14 15 114 Q 16 10 14 55 20 20 & 66 0 13 1.0 0 Clothing company) does not com- I Box 47 .,,.,.-. pljt. with our instructions, take ; Milford their eagle and I will tell the j High public why. ; Globe "S. Ask strikers at stockyards; Powderly Chicago to feed and water stock \ Broadway o I and promise them, if necessary. I i Tinnin 3- j will impose a code, including sec- ; **Vard 2 54 I tion 7S. on packers and appoint ; Rockford ..... 4 g | a.n industrial relations conimittee ! Cothraas ^ 0 j to resolve all questioTis in dis- ! Faught j South Blossom 1 6 IS | 70 11 15 It ) -as s^stimatcd that oO.OO'&.OC-O ? sa-'cT water will be loosed • lsfe« Gongola a-nd state -lisli { ry.-*aj£«i at .Medicine park the Medicine and Cache i;: believe the 120 10 1 3 S 0 133 i Eznherson . . j Cunningham | Xo. Blossom j Majcey . ! Mays Prairie j Minter . ... j Biardstowrn . '! Brookston .. •..' - ! Caviness .. -. FRAXr^FORT, Ky. (5 s )—For the ; Box 45 - - Governor Is Threatened s i second time this year nationa! n | guardsmen were oh. duty at the , ^ I capitol and the executrre TnansJon | Saturday following: receipts of Deport Post. Oak Chicota J j threats against the life of Governor j5uixiri€ I j Ruby Laffoon, - l " ' : I Ambia * i The soldiers, about ten in-sum- i Hound Prairie t-li<rve city supply prob- i ! So. Blossom 14 14 45 0 j ber. -were placed on. duty Friday ~ I night by Brigadier General Elier' | bre Carter, acting head of the state „_ I militia. 5» i • , .- -t^v - • •' • ^^^^y 1 ^ - .J>f—. %. /^..tetegrrasa by", .".a. • ~'_ | Louisville -woman i 10 53 Arthur City - . . Xorvell ....... Forest Hill ---Faulkner . ___ 17 1? 5i> 2° 10 245 3'.' . .51 32 So 6S 10 43 100 46 3'J IS 0 15 f 0 4 3 3 10 3 X ~ w 5S oS 24 30 32 S2 25 11 46 30 30 2 20 41 31 7S 37 IS 65 55 229 SO 17 144 40 37 Cl 15 17 29 t\l|l Commissioner, 1 and In Efforts WASHINGTON". (JP) —Efforts of a communistic group to present a letter of protest to the German embassy her* against actions of the Hitler government failed Saturday wfeen embassy officials refused to see the delegation. Police arrested five persons for parading without a license and disorderly conduct. | Biardstow-n The other demonstrators, head- 1 Brookstoa Mil«m 21 Milford High Broadway \Vard Z Rockford ... 35 So. Blossom . 155 4$ 31 •55 35 41 34 1*| ±7 MI 201 ed by Harold Spencer, organizer BOTC 45 of the communist party here, de- f Beport parted peacefully but. promised to | return in greater numbers. Dr. Rudolph I-eitner. in charge of the embassy during the absence of Ambassador Ean-s lather in .ylorto-srn Kowland . Germany, left the building just be- j g^**" "" fore the demonstration, which was j -LJ^.^,,/ " entirely peaceful. 119 136 34 23 Returns j Harmon .... | Rattonvitle . 115 I Ward 1 inc. 2 IS 37 S3 65 37 4Q T3 £92 30 25 147 243 50 13 sal 401 59 33 32S 2<K 54 SSI 55 33J 42 : Total 1059 1232 S15 914 From Pajc* One* In Precinct 4, W_ ~3~ Wariham was unopposed. For district judge, this county Meets (Continued From Pare Os*J: 30 0 64 13 44 34 9 12 43 11 32 32 S 5 20 30 19 20 .-52 117 10 27 25 S 35 15 62 2S 14 23 33 19 -5? 141 16 2 5 S3 24 ID icrns at T^oiple kitd" — Ait ' t'cnip<! : raiur<?5 Ernfaerson the I0t>-degree mark In most sec- | two- ^ Xo. Blossom. Uors« of the state an<i the months* long drouth continued i t Trlthoiit sisrns of relief, plans "were IB Prairie K0v.-m.nd . . . * t money from the governor was the * f in332iediate cause of General Cars <? ^ j ter*s ordering out. the gnard. SCe f Glory ^ I declined to make public further [Howls * \ details of the telegram but saiS * {-Jiat for some time threatening let* 1 ters have been received bv the srov_ * t ^ Ward 3 ...;..-- Tayiortown .... ! Sox 4S Sox 50 ma.4« to speed f.Sie purchase of ISfi.OGO '- Okla.horr..?_ c5Sttl«> v taking thera. from drouth areas to pasta-- j Hannou . . Fattor,v;!I« gre aiid later batch erin.^ them for ! ief purposes. County Attorney [ Ward 4. incom. { Ward 1, incom. \ Roxton ......... I Garrctt's Bluvt . SI IB 30 3? S? I 2 2S 133 4 25 SO i is; IIS [ S2 I I mor, asd that there has of an attempt to kill hiiti. iand ..... Box 4S ...... Box 50 ....... Harmon ...... PartenvIIIe .... 16-S 213 13S I 31 f Wa.rd I . incom. | Roxton ...... } Garretts Bluff I Box 45 ...... IS 49 55 31 42 IS 5 2 IS 250 179 SS IS — *> 33 S3 ga T !> 41 31 10 0 0 3 10 0 35 9 0 . 5 13 3 0 15 12 & IS Q 13 0 4 Q 0 ^t S3 1 0'-' 5 SO 25 SS - f T = „ 125S for N. L. I>alby In twenty - boxes, the figures stood 12.o ,or 22 Reuben A. Hall and 12S3 for Rich- 34 iard B. Levy, for associate justice 25 1 of the court of civil appeals. 27 1 9 i. 3S 20 Jr, K. HL ^^ 3 ^^ Ausmus _ ilrs _ H ^ Bei , aafi WH. S . w Second ward convention was, held at chamber of with George B. Estes DELTA COUNTY COOPER- — Eleven boxes of jj and A. I~ Thompson was elected; Delta county .all complete except \ secretary. Cooper.-at I1:3Q o'clock Saturday | Delegates chosen to the 190 i nigrht showed Judge Tom Ro-un-i convention were K. E, TL 13 ] tree for county judge had 1452 to \ son, George B. Estes, J. R- Brit- 15 ! 1424 for his opponent. John T. > tain, A. £*. Thompson. S_ W». Wor> igJTa-Ior. | tharn and W. D. Ijatliaer.'. ;; 7-ti W BL Crunk had polled 1255 j The convention for -ward 3 was 03 i votes to S. VT. Pratt's SS4 ior coun- i held in county court room, "W./J. 3-lty attorney; for sheriff. C. F. Pat- {Morrow presiding and A. W, Xe= sUerson had 15S3 to 1275 for C. H. j ville vras elected secretary. while for district clerk ; !>elesares to the county conveii- Morgan had 1155 votes. ill?s j ^ on are O. B. Fisher, Charles * Sa-rr. S-87 and Thelma L- 1 R &a.cfe, Edvrin Moore, John: T: " -j-g- ~ ~ ~ i Dickson, TV. J, ilorrow. A- W_ 5-: ." ~ ~ ^1 ~ "j - "l-,.lla e-c- ^T ! Thorn hill and Miss Maude r -t c 'trie-. R.- H. Good received S&S; .*!. > • I i> I ; »-?nTTf"ir* « r*nr>ir~rrr"*rm Tir»< 3 - i C. McClain. 339 and R- A- Cauaxvay t ,-! hsi. i the long: list of candidates 16 171 ounty superintendent, the stand- | ng was Alvin O. Welch. 355: Earl R. Ponder, 53S; Etha Stokes. 5 SS; Roxtori s conversion was sided over by Pat "Warner and. 1 Ralph SmrLfa -was elected secretary. ! Tae delegates, vrno were structed, are Frank Jonas, .,X71 : Clark. Johnson Hunter. Pat Warne c Bot<) -p_ 10 i - 10 ,3- 2,2 S 35 3 -- E - Witn six seeking the combined i p. ixjtc-?. j ^ Cannada, Frank 31c- \ office of assessor-collector. Man- i Fatrfcjre. Jim Penrs and Freeman i rice F. Tounsr tvas easily leading • L.-ocke. t^ [the field with 123S votes, nis clos-. i Convention for Ward i_ i est opponent. Ruth TTare -polling" | csTTed'at the city hall with J. Wash "'- \ 553: Sam A. Alexander had 4SO; j Biard as chairma.n. These, * f Garland 3VIoss, 243: 3en A- Wilson, i sraies were nsjsedr SL 3. 31"^ j 210 and J- C .Smith. 110. {I-ors^- L-- A. Tolbert. Sid t 3 1 For district attorney eighth cis- j I>an GccboIcE, Marvin Crook. R. ^~ | rrict, Kenry E- Pharr had 515 to j P. Siard. W, I~ Stephenson, r^ 415 for J. . Duncan. sI7y Hancock, Lewis For commissioner of Precinct 1, I C 2 - 1 "' McT\ nert«r. J- Wash Bictrd * & I K. D. Clark liaa 457 votes: Sam j a ~f 1 Martin. 453. and Jess Jones. "OS. j •*•*• : Fisnires c-n commissioner s races i * « n t *- I <he Q trier Lhres districts had t 12 1S4; j not been tabrii£tec.- FANNIN COUNTY Connallv (Continued From Page One> SS ijex3 Froia Page Ones 3354 , 213 5215 555 ; phrey poiilns 1 5,047 votes ar 3,148 for Miss Latirner. sis aspirants STUtor. Box 47 itilford High Broadway . . Tinnin . , , . Ware 2 . ___ Rockford . , Cotfcrans . . Fau^rht .... So. Blos*om 40 2S $ 11 SI- 14 1 255 € 30 i n 15 14 33 5 12 17S IS" 5 1 1 31 0 14 14 32 15 li 51 ? 34 25 -"» { Minier 1743 22 1200 10 IS Countv r Judge Justice, 8 I ''on of cotMity school snperir.tend- j cnt, r:o clear-cut victory emerged. I Saturday niskt. p. i^ Chis.ra and f George B. Terrell (a;:as Jefferson _ the posi- j Baker,* 2155, Waller S50, Griffin' I Brockston • | Box 45 \ Deport . . 1 1 P^'ty . . i Ptv«t Oak \ 25 2',5 4 19 S7 S7 Mound Prairie Arthur CJty . . 32 I Forest Ki!t A rolls' a Md. Fr.tJrie Arthur Ci:y dory Taylortown I^Srect . ,. . . Mil:on . , . . Box 47 Milford . . Hlsrh , . . . 10 f, 124 i 7 Box <S Box 50 War?*, $. Ward !. Jtoxton Garvetts Totai Bif. 2ft 32 *« o*o?>c 22 1 Powderly s | Brt>ar1way 0| Tinriin 2! I Ward 2 30 r Rcwfeford I ^ | Cot h -an* 3-tf Kaujrhl £1 --" Maacov S7 { Msy.* 20 45 53 St? ISO 24 IS S4 25 2? JS 12 S4T 72*" 76 IPS Si' 4 21 17 47 •MI •* 56 14 32 14 30 205 10 1 S S3 140 5? 31 34 10 3 Powderly . Artiiur City { J. O- Branson -arill be opponents \ in. the runoff, on t2ie basis of ur;of- I ficia! retxirns. Chisir: received | 2. £5 3 vot-p-s ar.d Brnnsou made a, >» f =;ood scfc^rid witli 1.743. Mrs, x j Ma.r>- Jo-es Lindsay. incumbent, .r | rau fourtii in ttie field of s;x, witS •*" J a vote of 1.200. 2^ ; In the eormty comtnlssjoriers i5 : court races, the only causnal sit- JQ I nation developed in the contest be- sTi ar.<3 J. b3 15 34 GEKMANTV DIGRESSES •d st'.II farther Saturday from her j >reviousiy asserted inability transfersi on. the j freen Mrs. Roy ! Frank Jones." On the basis of • comr»:<?te ijrsofficlal refums. Mr. j Jones was leading Mrs. to j and loans by announcing payment tcv France of coupons on these loans falling >5uc October 25 and 1 paign the nomination by one vote- vote was achieved Lent which fol- of candidate for the tiors, about two | bv a wri£e _ in iSS. " - ! Commissioner Agricalrure — f McDonald 2S10. Davis 1 = 10. Ter- \ rell 22S3, Conley 1016. } Uand Corr.niissioner — T\"alker; 4055. Jones 2S71. 5 Countv Weigher, Place 2 candidAres In Saturday's crailc primary etection: Senator—Bailey 156.029: Cort- nally 247.S20: Fisher 20,144. Governor—A 1 I r e d " Kailroa.d Commissioner Hatcher 2222. Smith 1S07. Fund" | MJ-- O 1705, Johnson 7S7, McNees 565. 1 Box ~ -Sxiwiren^e Court — Sharp 351?. ; -^nitori Jjattimor^ 2074. ]McCleE<:ori 1533. i fi:?«i f Globe Court of Appeals — rta;i -*- j po^-d- 3 I^e~,-y 3172. I -^.-0.^, 21 45 IS t-* Commissioner, 1 ana i "Ward 2 IS 34. i ana BOY HAXGS SELF f with HOUSTON". Texas, </f^ —^Tharles \ cejved Crabbe. 13. son of Mr. and Mrs. I rh5 r< ? . Crnbl>^. accider.taty hanjred | with -69. ks aero, a run-off cam- j Mark Kennedy-1 Box 47 - <Koy> Cav!r.css;. scoir.ed Globe Kennedy led the ticket Fai:s:ht ..... I South Blossom •? i 15™£>?rson ... S 1 Nonh Blossom } iiaxey I Mays Prairie . Fannin county's 35 boxes grave Sam riayburr. 2S55 votes toward re—election as consrressiriaji to 2TS1 for his* opponent. Jess Morris. [For state senator." Cecil Murphy i Hu,srhcs 29.770: Hunter -121^*4'; | polled 2.3IS and Clan K. Van- S McDonald 152.S93; Russell T.504; | 23,-ndt 2527. ' I Small S3,751: Witx 31.551. " .-,-; \ Of tne slrt'e aspirants for rep- j LJe-at. - Governor—Berkely 23^- j j resentauve «f the 4Ist district, \ 3^3- Komsby 5I.S13: Johnson Z. \ \V. W. Fitzwater had. 1031; tiifr • 4Q.147: .^loc-re 72.3QI: Sosers ^0,2 I incumbent. E. B. Barrett was next I 737; \Voodul 132.153. '"'..., * I with 752: Jaraes K. Russell had. | Attorney General—M c C r a V 77 ; 7S7: Ira C. Turner 711: \". f. Kee- j 135.55S; Srr.ich 7S.2±3; TVoodward ; ^;|tor.. 541: O. 1— Faires. 235: Wilbur ! 142.422. : -' " 5 I R.-Cadrrran 152.-and TTes Si:dderth | Comptroller—Clary 30.775:- Pat^3 land -J- F.- Pearson 141 each. i rerson S7.oS7: Sheppar-i 20t,5~S3; i <i ! For district juc.s:e. J. E. Spies i ~=;T;son 27.213. r^7 i r.ac pplled 1-?S4: Sam K. NeLIso:r j Treasurer—Oriffin 27.S54; X*ock- "»o ; ha-i 1557 a_nri A. S. Brcadfoo^ ] h;irt 172.049: Terrell S7.30S; "Wai— »«i '-• Buster Cole -was -wel: ahead tT« ; A sr r i cuiicra; Commissioner— 47 S the race for county attorney, hav- I Conlev 4-^.420; Da.vis 57.259: Mc- S A t ing- 2575. while A. P. Bol-f:n*: had 1 Donald 15S.3S2: Terrell 51,179. 33 ) peeled 145S and Allen Reed. 1073.; I^anr: Continissioner—J ones ^72! Or the four candidates for coantj | 100.713: LValker 135,545. «s I clerk, Olvln Gross -hac! IS?4; | KaKroad' Commissioner—Hatch- S7 ss- 55 11 Charles R- Jor.es. IT'S: : > votes and Ca 1 5. J. H, Johnson. re- i?1 t j, e contest, trai-e 35 Mrr::?*]* Saturday "when his was caugrht in th* noos** ct a. rcj>e which he had b«en usins: to keep frorrt falllnjr olectrtcal exp*riTT5en» on the roof 20] of hts home. The ~<i! "when foijnd. boy S dead SHOT TO T»EATH HOUSTON. TSJC..{J!?) — Charlie Georgre Terry -won a d-r victory in the rac« for cOT sioner of precinct one. polling: Powder !y Tinnln . Frank T^ri^hc had run up 35ST i for assessor-col 'ectcr as aga:ns/ • Claude C. Kodgre's 1472. ? The in cumber;:. Farris Flrt-le. !n \ McXees 2S.SOO; John: Ftindt S5.455: S preme Cr>urt — I^tttitnore 135.- T'.fcC'e.r.don S2.3S4: Sharp S 5. 1C, Blossom >Eaxey Mays Prairie Rupert I* Ballard. ^ 0 Z | Caviness T. K. (Tony) Booth -svas nomi- ted for commissioner from pre- |..Post Oak Chicota . Weigher at Roxton Roxton 4! fi 3 I 13 is us * 1* 14 172 & 34 10 4S Ward. 4 incom. Ward ?. incum. «arrett» Bluff .. ^\ 4<> . Total , S3 1 * 9 IS IS 42 97 124 34 us IS 64 34 •«.*»« shot to death Saiurday in a sun fi£hi in front of an :c« house at Highlands. John F. Foster. 47-year-old oil field worker was charged here with murder. wounded in the left I<?jf. cinct four after T, "W. Rysscll, his fppcn«?nT withdrew frorti !>.e *\ followirssf hts apr-cintrr.-mt to postTnastership at Paris. Garlssd was returned to the vlaee of constable in Precinct On-*? over Johrz Pride. ^innirsg- handily by a vote of C,?05 ssr.ifnst He T4C MINNEAPOLIS. C£\—Blunt refusal was Gov. Floyd B. rej>l\* Sainrday nisrbl to of sirikinR truck drivers that national cuarti troops t>« ordered front city streets an<3 that strikers? »>«• perrnLticd to picket ""cffi- 40 DANVIJJB. For th* fifth consecutive <!ay two young ley O*rty, went to Jail Saturday for contempt of court rather than Rive PoHc«> JudKO Jay W. Hsrlan in th« co»r«« of their profvwton* RAIN AT TEMPLE, T*xa». {.^.—Heavy »hoxv*r» began falling over RcH county Saiarday, btvakinc » long dr*>wth aitd heat period. If sufficient. lh» motsUzre will «Jo much »500,<VOO SACRAMENTO. Cat.. (>P» • that did an estimated damage of n«nrJ,v $,%OO,«00 throush the h#art of th* lumber town of Morns, located in Syskiyou county th* Or««on bor4«r Saturday. For justice of the iH-ae«\ Fre-> oint One, J. A. Johnson xras r.oni- tnat<^3 over Charles Parrot t. Johnson voIIo<S 1,533 votes njrwinst I.52S for Parrott. In state races, the cvsjnty vot-e, lacking Clardy »n.i wich %Vards I j»ne! 4 incomplete, rnakirsc :in es- d SO& votes yet to tv? Senator — BaiSey 3S;>4, F:sh«r "IS. ConnalJy ^2:«>. Governor— A J!r«»rt 2442, Hunter, 217:, McDonald IS 4 5. Small T33, Moirr.d Prai. Arthur City Xorvell . . . Forest Hill P*n:Ikner - 3 , . . "M^y-ii Prairio Arthur City . . G'.ory . . NOT-VI-" , ITM v««. hs po-esc. L.u:her H. Burkett having l4Z3: James Thompson. IG93 and K - R - ^ I ' >ss - ?? -, H- A. Sp;e?. seekin;: the office °* £'Stric-k clerk and 2:*k:nff re-elsctic-n as unopposed. C I County Line Team Is Junior Baseball Winner HUGO. Okla.—Th^ County Line Junior American Z^esior. boys team, won the district ehasr.pion- 5h;p ^n«l the ri^rht to participate I the Husro team ir: the playoff held ir-c won f* j Justice of Peace. Paris^! T^'^ *\^^~,f?n^»^ ^ 2 and Constable! of t>.4 ninth." con-:ns from bei Garreit* B'f. Box SO Justice 4 and 6 Box 1 \Vart? i, t:r,c.> 7* j Box 47 S2 1 XVarc 2 2o2 * Box 4S 2^4 i Xorv< •" 24 I Ward 3 S& | Box 4S 173 1 Bqx. 4S jto win 9 to S. In the afternoon j £. a .,..,,, -Vt.y romped to the second i ^irais^t win by The s<ror» of £ {to T." The HWo team had previ- ! oa*Iy defeated Puraat and Co-av.ty i I. ; r.e >fcAt-*<*:er ;c> obtain. tKesr I places in ?h« ptsyoff- 34$ 47? .",5 S2 ISS --$ 13*? 2*>«> 3S5 53 225 *v r •> — •> -* 144 SO } 403 ! 434 . Kncr ROMK IS REUKVIvD -t T>o: r £ass. srave rise to no Tn.ijor factor of a calmer view CT* the Austrian situation h«r» : \Vard 7,1 Justice and Constable; 1953 %VStt 5, Hujrhes. 2S S3. Moor* ±»44. Woodut 1521, Johnson 75J. Rojr*rs 370, Berk- — MoCraw ,99. Smith Hornshy 15 *l*y *4J. Attorney 40»I. Woodward S] HS4. Con* pt roller Patterson 1S9S. Clary S16, TiUls- ton *71. Treasurer — Lock hart Cothrans F&ujrht . So, Bit ! No. Blossom Maxex* ...... Precinct 5 Post Oak Hound Prat. Forrest HM Fmulkner , . , 14 ST ____ 501 243 IS IS iCav-p.es* G&rrstts Bluff Total* .. 34 32 49 40 45 1 1 1 42 Z 2C'"5 ' MAKK KKXNEOY THANKS f VOTERS rOfl SinpPORT ! RII-I.K1> TN ACCTDKNT ! 1 TVL.KK, Texas. (JPj — Charles j From unoffU-lal retJia* it «t-ras | Jones of Gresl^am, was killed and I -hat 1 lack only 34 % «t*j» «f **.«. m* i Mr. sr»d Mrs, J. Nail were- injured | a c:«-ar majority ov^r ^'h mv ap-" J j when the car ir> which th*y rode I pon^nts for C«>r.^miir»lrtn« »* Ff«3 I overturned near here Saturday | vine: 3. I want to thtruc my i > niyht. . • | fri«n«i» for ^tvln^r «ft* t3h'«* 33 I SVRVKY AVTHORIZKD j sary for a r-un-of* I a^n n will The oW { prectat* the suijTsSnistration Saturday authoriz- people o? thte District. 1-lJ • «t V '*• rt A J.- ,>' - policte» of distributors of] with product*. _ .

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