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July 31, 1934

The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 3

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TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1*M THT PARIS NEWS Peace Reigns As 3 Major Strikes End Chicago and Minneapolis Only Sore Spots On La:V bor Map By the Associated Press , 111* capital-labor, pendulum •wirnc back, towar^j peace Tuesday as at least three major strikes were ended. Only in the strikes of Minneapolis truck drivers and Chicago livestock handlers were there adverse developments. _ Leaders of the striking truck drivers issued an ultimatum to 3ov_ Floy^ B* Olson that unless Ul.trucks are halted for 48 hours, they will stop them by force. The Chicago stockyards strike threatened to spread to the pack- ins plants, but Gen. Hugh S. Johnson was reported unofficiaJly to be planning personal intervention. " ^The Pacific coast longshoremen's strike ,beeame history as the 12,OOO strikers turned back to the docks and other maritime Trork- ers signified their readiness to return to -work, turning over their ^rievances to arbitrators. longshoremen on the Great I^akes also ended their eight•weeks strike, returning' to work Tuesday to await negotiations. , Striking: union employes of the Omaha and Council Bluffs street railway voted to accept the company's settlement offer and return to work Tuesday. Art agreement was readied be- 1-Tveen workers and operators of the Republic Iron and Steel company at Warren and Xiles. O., with 13 tin plate mills opening Tues- BRIEFS About Town John Mooelejr, paiut contractor, ha* just finished redecorating the 1 Liberty Beauty, shop. ! Perry Wins And British Retain Cup Mortis KinibeU and Wilbur and Clark spent Sunday and Monday Ace of Enffli*k Forces C«Dir» Vnrr \\V.^*H -»»<* Tt^Mo,* «~ *.,,*_ J <* • •*-«». -<-—f tures Gruelling Four* Set Battle in Fort iness. -R. T. Towncen lias been issued | a. building permit for the erec-} tion of a garage on North Thirty- first street, to cost ¥150. J. W. KuyJcendjUl. desk sergeant. at police headquarters, is taking his vacation and Gid Campbell is acting as desk sergeant. Mrs. Mary B. Johnson, executive secretary of the -American Rtd Cross, is expected to return Tuesday night from her vacation. Constable Sam Garland Monday afternoon rounded up six negroes and placed them in county jail. They were charged with theft, disturbing the peace and gaming. Invitation has been extended Parisians to attend a revival meeting at the Pleasant Valley Baptist church. The meeting will continue two weeks. WI3IBLEDOX. Ens. Vft —Great | Britain Tuesday retained the X>avis cup, historic international tennis trophy, as Fred Perry, ace of the British forces, defeated Frank X. Shields. 6-4, 4-6. 6-2. 15-13, in a desperately fought fourth match to clinch the series with three victories. One more match remained to be played between Sidney B. Wood. Jr.. and Henry Wilfred (Bunny) Austin but the outcome could have no bearing on the five-match series. Ferry won out in one of the longest and most bitterly fought sets of cup play, the long fourth, to register Great Britain's seventh victory in the over a quarter of a century of Davis cup competition. Piremen -were called Monday night at S:10 o'clock to extinguish an automobile fire near the First Xationa! bank building. There was no damage except to the wiring of the car. to. attend the- bedside of bis mother who is critically IIL. Thomas Farley, of Idabel, ,nas returned home following a major operation here at the Sanitarium of Paris. Miss Emilia Gillian* a,nd Mrs. Tollie SmtCb. left Tuesday moraine for a week!* visit in Memphis and Jackson. Tenn. son, >lar- They won the cup from France last year, halting a tri-color reign that had extended since 1927 when the United States lose the cup to France. It was the fifth time the United States had been in the challenge round since the cup was" lost. Both players were near exhaustion at the end as they alternated j the St. in breaking each other's service { then holding- their own. Perry : Jttr. and ivlrs. Wilburn Fau^fat have returned, from a motor trip to Chicago. Detroit and points in Canada. Mrs. O. L. iMeaas and grandson. Cornell Curtis, Jr.. have gone to Manitou. Colo., for a few weeks stay. * Miss JLois Hopkins is spending the week in Commerce with her simer. Miss Nellie Hopkins, who is attending ETSTC. iliss Rosamund Morgan, who recently had a major operation at the Sanitarium of Paris, has returned to her home, 270 Clarks- vfjle street. Texas League Leaders Name Board Of Choctaws Unofficial Made of Tribal Council Appointments HL'GO, Okla. — Authoritative reports are that these ten persons will be appointed by Ben 3>wight, chief of the Choctaws. to serve on the advisory council of the Choctaw jribe of Indians, created by a resolution passed at the recent Choctaw conference at Goodland Indian school near here: Tom Hunter, Choctaw county I Antonio, 21. judge, an uncle of Dwijjbt: C. B. j Most, strike-outs: Kennedy. Ok- Basevm. former San Bois county j lahoma City. 118. judge of territorial days; Miss 5 ~ " ~ ' Muriel TV right, granddaughter of ! Maxey Nine Defeats Chicota On Sundav Killer's Trail Is Picked Up "Bbcfcfe" gitive From Death Seen In Kansas Gtv VIX1TA. Okla,, — "Blackle" By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Leading hitters. Be!!, Gaiveston, f .366; Morgan. San Antonio; .355; [ Moses. Gaiveston. .345. j Totai hits: Bell. Gaiveston, 15S. j Doubles: Bell. Gaiveston, 33. I Triples: Hooks, Tulsa, IS. [Thompson, one of the thre* con- Home runs: Bell, Gaiveston, 22. j Yicts wht » escaped from "death Runs batted in: Bettencourt! • row " in the Texas penitentiary at San Antonio, 94. j HuntsvjJle last wee!:, was report_ ted seen in a Kansas City hotel esiOR "; within the; last three days b> I Homer Wilsor, a fugitive who sur- Stolen bases: Shelley. Beaumont, { rendered Tuesday to • Sheriff • John 9. to RiTerby. Sash and Goss, in from h?* ; river, said one farm fhmi&^mm* badly ravaged by the bail tint more than S'SM? pound» of won Id be made. The storm lasted about F« be * inains about » o'clock * ll- Runs scored: 100. Bell. j evening, but was ehtefiy I electrical disturbances." very Httl» I rain falling:. ; Stop Chills and Fever! ftid Your System > 1 Most games won: Hillin, Sati the Rev. Allen Wright, known for her historical writings: W, A. Du- i rant of Oklahoma City, chair- j ™- ~,- ^~I ' !nan ° f the convention at G°°a-{much for Chicota's baseball nir.-I da: ' s as ° in Miss Elizabeth Moore who had Hand: Eiam Johnson of Smith- j Sunday .so they were defeated 4j I 1 ork of Vinita. * ; mcjlt and bm-nin*. wizb feve j; t i Wilson escaped from the No-, next—that's one of the effect* |wata county jail in 1524 after! Malaria. Unless checked, th« | being arrested as a suspect in the I ease will do =erious harm to -ycwr I murder of "Red Cloud" Scruge* f livalth. Malaria, a blood iniec- I at Xowata Scruges -was one of the 1 tion, calls for two things. First, ; notorious Osage HJHs "bad men"! destroying- the infection In, the I of a decade ago. i Mood. Second, building up. the { Wilson told Sheriff York that! blood to overcome, the-- effects* of ; he v.-as well acquainted withj 1 * 1 * disease nJNl to fortify, against I Thompson and "I saw him three J ?urtjier attack. Grove's Tasteless Chit! Tonic a Kansas City holes." ; a major operation at the .Sanitar- j viHe: B. C. Palmer of \Vilburton; ium of Paris has returned to her | James Culbertson of Durant: Ed[gar Moore of Spiro: Major Victor ! Locke of Antlers, former chief of home at Annona. Murle Kargrov^s of Alvin, Ok., has returned to his home after a minor operation at the Sanitarium of Paris. to 3 by Maxey; playing Maxey. j BOLT OF LIGHTNING Charley Crawford has returned to her home after having undergone a minor operation at Joseph hospital. virOn his service at love ia the 27th Claude Terrell and shall are expected to return Paris Tuesday night following trip to Xorth Dakota, where Mr. i ?ame it game him advantage and Terrell purchased two cars of j ne " hrdke through Shields in long- Percheron mares. |_deuced game for game, set, 15-13. i raarch and cup. ., _, A Clue fire ac the home of Ida.} It was the second longest set y pending adjustment of an ac- | Alexander, negress, called firemen I ever played in the challenge round. Miss Katie Shea and her sister, had started serving first, when he j Mrs. Ruby Williams, will leave on cord between the company and j *o her home aorth of the 'crate the Amalgamated Association of I factory Monday night at S o'clock. Iron. Steel and Tin Workers. j There was no damage. Fire Chief - Quiet prevailed under national J Jodi e Moss said. rule of the model industrial village of KohJer. Wis.. bat federal mediators reported that the stage was not yet set lor permanent settlement of the strike at The longest was the 17-15 first set Maurice Mclx>ugblin won from Norman Brookes, of Australia, in the challenge round of 1SI4 be- j | tween the United States arid Aus- Thursday for a two weeks* visit to Chicago. Gary. In<3.. and the Choctaws: Silas Cole of AtoVa, Presbj-terian missionary who nominated I>!\-ight for election as chief. TEXNTS The eleventh person on the board has not yet been designated. The board, to be composed of a Chicota defeated a picked team [ from Forest Chapel Saturday, 19 i to ?, and Thursday, won fro:r> ' Belk, 3 to 4. i supplies both these I contains tasteless the infection in effects- It CHICOTA. member from each of the ten Ok- | third annual singles tournament I storm-nous?. Robinson ( kilis the infection in the. "blood, KILLS NEGRO WOM4N -. and iron - which ^ncbes an4 ! builds -up the blood. Chills, and, fever soon stop and you .are restored to health and comfort. For. half a century. Grove's Tasteless CH1COT\ f Monday ni^ht when lightning j for^Ma'^ia ^ ^^ j struck a metal nue on their house ^ ^ ^^^i tonic for old and Sill Jones won the : &$ the family was starting for the ; HONEY GROVE. — The wife of i Frank Robinson, negro, was killed } here curing an electrical storm lahoma counties where a majority J O n the Chicota or the tribe lives, and one mern- Pleasent to take harmless. Safe tennis courts Sat- lyzed temporarily bur was reported y. recovering Tuesday mornin Now two sire size and ent ?nore for Miss Virginia Flippen left Sun- ! day afternoon for a two weeks* j visit in Fort Smith. Ark., with her ? aunt, Mrs. 1^. IX •• Hope, and wi.th | Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flipoen and : familv. ! A Ford sedan, stolen Saturday I -mlia- William T. Tilden and night from Grand avenue, was found by city police later in the night on Gra- its parking place on i Xorris f Dick) TV'illfams. ;the pres- *» -n-a^ f rt ,,r,r? K^ ^irx- the Kiohler company plumbing: | ha ^» street. Tie car had been equipment plant. ~~~' " "" stripped, according to Mrs. Xaomi I j n the owner. f _ ent cup captain, won a doubles encounter from James O. Anderson John B. Hawkes, of Australia ?2S. by the same score- One arrest on a charge of d.runk , and disturbins: the peace was ma<le ; Monday afternoon' by city police, ] The defendant was alleged to have j -- - ---- — - — — been creating a disturbance at the | >--«,„ T __ ~-»i - , iW - - .- , 5 iiiss Loravne Blair is ce of the i^amar coanry relief H _^ " . , - ner t?oara. , ___ ,. ^ .~ ; , v _ . aunt, Mrs. Oilbert Reeves, in Houston. Mrs. G. TV. Steely and Misses Thomas, ajid Merle son, and Hazel Brazelton have returned from Chicago where they attended the Century of Progress exposition- J. X. Clark, who has been here the past two months visitins her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cadde!, left. Monday f or.. her-home 1 in Houston. She was motored to ! I>allas by Mr. and Mrs. Caddel ac- I eompanied by her son, Sortny Cad- 1 del Burrotighs. who will remain here for another month. Enthuriartk letterc from Car Dealers Nfw Sterling: Bills of Paris; Tom O- [ Joe "VV . j Mr. and Mrs. Joe Billiugslea and | Brunson of ^aviue-ss; Aaron Ed-j •' 7 " e "' ^^'^c 11 underwent a \ son. Joe, Jr.. returned Saturday wards of Sun*aer- Robert 51 ! Jrta ^ or operation Monday at the j from Cmcagro where they -were the J KrunkUn of High aU WHliam A* j Sanitarium of Paris. j quests of Mr. and Mrs. B. <SL Oinnirssfaara of Caviness have en- j , teweie. Their younger son, Bobby. in the- United States artxsv i Robert ^ook. Jr., has returned \ remained lor a longer visit and and hav.- been sent to Fort Fran"- { hom e from the Sanitariura of Paris { ^-'^ accompany Ms. and Mrs-. cis E. "vVarren. TCj-otnin^, accord- ! follow ins s. major operation. j Sieele to Texas when they come for 15: to annomicerr;ent by Sergeant j | a '" 1Sil aoout August 20. Horner T. Cumminss. in charge- off ilr - an ^ Mrs. Thomas S- Justiss | ^ the local recruiting office. - ! aKd son, Thomas. Jr.. are spertding: ; - vjr - an ^ Mrs. H. P. Gurley, ac- a. few v.-eeks in Arkansas. Broadstreet. o TO PAY '• .1U J-A1 ,; D DRESSLER TRIBUTE fPl^^nu is reported to be quite - s in at the Sanitarium of Paris. " Paris theatres suspend their I programs for one minute Tues- I ^*iJ*s Katheriae Few returned rfsy a£:enxoon at 2 o'clock, the I Sunday from a week's visit witb for the funeral of Mari-t ' -Sf family in Cotton Plant, Ark. T", wsdsly known movJrrg- f icompanled by Sir. and Airs. TV. p-. 1 Gurley. left overland Tuesday for Richmond, Va, to visit I>r. VT. B. Gurley: from there they -win g-o to Tt'ashingtoii au<j ]NTew Tork ar^d on tJheir return trip win visit the n-'.-rld's fair in ) picture actress who died Saturday j night after a lon^ illness. f from Kcistnrkv where he has been WOW TO KEEP A NEW CAR MEW! Miss Oleta Han. xvho has been attending- school in Dallas, reiura- '. Gatrtler returned Sunday- ed Sunday to spend the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B- Hart. 472 Clarksville street. Miss Kart was accomi>ar!- j led home by Miss Florence Allred ! J who spent Sunday in ZJaHas as her ' HUGO PERSONALS AND LOCAL NEWS HUGO, Okla. — Mrs. Milton Eas Jand of Cournserce is ilie g-us this -R-eek of Mr. Ea^tland's r-ar- j fats, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph East- j " Mrs. W. V. 5u-h and son Ben 1 havo returned to Aiuory. Miss.. .after a. ilsir with 3 IrB _ Bush's sis.- | ter. Mrs. G. VT. Kice. | in You caa't ^h f e a race horse poor food and expect Mm t§T?in races. Aod you can't secure performance from any car, new or old, oa poor quality gasoline. S^QQQ Conoco Service Station men in 4O states, -where the products of the Continental Oil Company are distributed, are servicing millions of cars, aew and old, Conoco Bronze Gasoline. One fill •will convince you of its Instant-Starting, Lightning Pickup Qualities- Tetraethyl is in everv gallon* resulting in anti- knock value. The base stock of every gallon gives you more power and greater mileage. Drive in at the sign of the Conoco Red Triangle, Fill up with this premium-cpaliry gasoline,, without a premium price. ^liss I^acill^ f Miss Lrucille Gilbreatli! ; I Mr, and Mrs, Jack Boyd of De- \ j troit- M:cb , Mrs, F. 31- Schell ar.3 ] \ Jones of Guthrie. OkJa.. Mrs. C- I >F. MeJu^in of Oklahoma Cst;-. I I Dick atid Conrsd Pratt and MV-<? 1 {•-.ETdc-n Swindell of Ardniore, Mf. ; '•. and Mrs. J. B. Thompson and sun • j Jim Bob of Marietta wen> her^ \ Sunday for a reunion in the F. G. ; ' Pratt herne. j J ?>Jr. and Trlr5. Andersor? Jchnsc*^? 1 f v'siTics; Mr. Johnson's | Mr*. T, A. Johnson. ! Miss "SToyce Ay'es is vis;i:n; M^rnes. Smith L.uton artd Hoi INSTANT START/NG— LIGHTNING PICK-UP CONOCO BRONZE GASOLINE Mr. and M A son bor , r>a'-is h3. Mrs. I^siic B>rr»5 of HTJ^TO. M:s.<- r* Berths and "Ethel B>rrs of P'J- raTU Tfft Tuesday T>y r.-.oior fer Phornix. Ar:i.. and T,e?: A^^-e^ Cal. Mr. ar.d Mrs. John Grady of •^tnjno'e are gruests of Mr, Grady"* parenrs, Mr. and Mr?- Ben Grady. Mrs. Jennie Bwrrous ar.<! dau*:h Night Ov«rN.ft,C 8 X OT x «* X tog KJtr of «ajre aod . . JACK DENNY AXD HIS MUSIC f«aw<f «t- cbcxc* . . JOHN B, KENNEDY. t»mm uror. S«« mSio p*f* iim« of 1>ro«<Jc»r, /V.B.C ONE OF THE PRODUCTS OF CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY hsve returned from I^akc w h*T(f thfy vJ5»te<J Mr?, Burrocs." i sister. Mrs. A. B. Jackson. I Jadsre C- B- Bascom ar.d ra:n:!y f were here Monday ers rc'^tc to ?n from McCurtain county they attended a of the Indian Methodist Ss at: eitrly son ha?i returned from "Port Isabel. Te\a>. tvhcre she ^aat called by iJlTres* of her son. Jack, ivho t» reported improved. Olt/OtrrPTTT TK>WX TULSA. Okla,. f^*> — A 3S.54P- b»TT<rl decrease in Unite*! States crude oil production Ta5t week wa«« t»ot«4 by the Oil and Gas Journal here* Tuessdjiy. Production from' 2.6SS.S74 to 3.629.- fc*rr«U a ^O^^^r^^r ^ KC= ceE=e through with Sy«Tors. We still ba-*« good Rcsi-'Aifi pas- trrrs OR them, and I am ecus- cent of getting Z7.00C to 2 before t!jeybeeec=«b*!<i-1 drive | tn a Ford V-5. pcrchastd last _year.~—G. C, cCLAIN' SERVICE STATION Road S*rr»c*—Pfeou* 255 40LAMAR AVENUE Battcrm Cm

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