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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 8

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[TUESDAY, JULY 31. MM 4^ VH ^»II*'«—"•—~^—' Singer ByAtt Shot orney Jurist Uses Pocket Knife To Get Rid Of Preacher Lawyer** Marital Troubles Blamed By Victim For Arkansas Fracas ROCK, Ark. (sP? — Chester B. Collins. Ft. Worth Tex., at- -toraey, Tuesday faced charges of aagault to kill in connection with the shooting of Harry White. 25. radio and orchestra ginger of Redfield. Ark. "White -was expected to recover from a bullet xvound near the heart received Monday night \vhen ;he visited the hotel room of Col- •IJtae. The attorney declined to make a signed statement to iDepu- ty Prosecuting: Attorney Lawrence <X Auten. but expressed the hope "White would recover. Auten said marital difficulties •were responsible for the shootins:. SAX ANTONIO. Tessas. District Judge IV. W. McCrory re- veaied Tuesday that he had chased the Rev. William D. Welbura out of his office with a pocket knife Monday when the former minister conferred the divorce Mrs. Weiburn obtained with hint on Wineta Long recently on grounds of mental cruelty. CHICQTA CHURCH AND SOCIAL NEWS PRESIDENT TO ATTEND MAYO CEREMONIES CHICOTA.—The Touus People's league gave a program at the Methodist church Sunday evemus. The Kev. J. H. Johnson is holding a revival at Cato. The Holiness meeting coiiduct- ^ ., ,ed at the*ehurcb in East Chicota Two unidentified friends follow-^ attractinac j^ge congregatiou*. Welburn as he left the Judge'sj wttle p. JD. Jeffries, son of Mr. office. "1 guess 1 got mad," Judge Me- Crory explained. Judg^ McCirory presided at. th« trial of the divorce suit at which Mr. \Veiburn denied the paternity of Mrs. Weiburn*s infant, son as wel! as marriage to the child's mother. and Mrs. Davis Jeffries celebrated, his third birthday Saturday witn. a party for 11 .little friends- Ice cream was serve*! for refreshment. Mrs. Jane Chambliss has returned from a three weeks visit in Oklahoma. Sammy Palmer has been wry Whereabouts of Mrs. Collins, -1. forennly Miss Xancy Yarbrough. ot Xittle Rock, \vhose departure from her Port Worth home recently led to a pursuit by her husband, had not been determined. ^ R ^ Welbum', visit unless he "White T.vas said to have gone 101 was under the imwession thai 1 Collins* room in an attempt to set- j was to try h|s case •• j udge ;M C _ a. matter of , _ _. _ disqualified since 1*11 With rwo Little Rock relatives. A, probablv be a «. itstess . i aaminis- brother of White. Jack, also was j tered the oath which he took at in the rosm when the shooting j .- ne trla , of tfce divorce suit-" occurred. Police were told that I . V/T-V.M.* — — *** . »-.TJ'^-j"«»'».r3j-k»** *»«.*• •"iTJf Q£ htM"t* from ear to declared he *He must have ill the past week. rmdlev Townsend has returned } The grand jury which indicted, from ^^ \ Mr. Welburn for perjury in con- Frarik and Joe cwdwell have auction wuh h 1S testimony at the . js their brotl ^ r divorce trial was impaneled in Judge McOrory's court, Mr. Wei-j burn's casts is on, the criminal! docket of J udge McCrory's court. "1 am unaware of tise purpose Hope w el L t2e difficulties with the attorney. j Crory explained. "As while the latter was at dinner | fact 1 a ' m disqualifi iioise was heard and "White was i told Rev. \Velburn. from found sufferin •wound. ( Collins was placed under bond j *ttil said, he would remain here bullet 1 thought he could intimidate this <Continued Fron^ Pace tist church, at Fort Worth—thej Rev. Vt'eiburn declined to discuss Rev. J. Frank Xorris' pastorate. ! the incident Booth One! their rich top-soil carried away on the wings of prairie wind, to fall into and choke miles of highway drainage ditches. A steady increase in the number of persons "on relief rolls is noted, by E. A. Willson. state administrator of federal relief. . ' "Fifty thousand families—approximately 200.000 persons—are on relief rolls, a situation directly iraceable to the drouth," Willson Judge McCrory said he suppos- j said. "Some are on part-relief. •:<} tales had been carried to the ] « O me total relief, some cm^ only e are beins Ete-kota daily. More than 300.000 head of cattle have been shipped in the past two months. Approximately 60Q.OOO head have been purchased in the govern meat's plan to reduce th3 cattle imputation to 1,000,000 bead The Jack of water has brought >rders to move cattle out of III On hi* return to Washington from Hawaii. President Roo**v*It will stop at Rochester, Minn., early in to attend ceremonies incident to th« pres»ntation to th* famed Mayo brothers of an American l_e- fli»n citation. The citation, authorized by the Legion** executive committee and to be presented by Edward Hayes (upper left), national commander, acknowledges services by Dr. William Mayo (upper right) and Dr. Charles H. Mayo (lower right) to humanity In general and to disabled soldier* in particular. In the 3*nter «* the Mayo cJmic at Rochester. (Associated »*e** Photos* (Continued From Page One) showed Alfred to 252.063 (Continued From Page One) votes; Hunter. ^203. 739; McDonald, j 177.2SO: Small" 105.302; Witt. 53.- \ both, candidates submitted { Aauerbruch. ~Dr. Xrauss Adam.' ~ i 4r cause to the voters of die j and Professor Kauffmann—Issued ; ' precinct, I feel that by appointing j t - ne following bulletin at 1 p. m. = 5 -tfce nominee there should be no j Tuesday: j'- eoinplaint. If any one knows a, | "The relch president this morn- ] * better or fairer -way to reach the i ilis took Breakfast outside his bed. i j rush o i manv counties. The animals areji,$ji ; Hughes. 48.10$; Russell 4.337. | > southern and eastern j William McCraw of Dallas main- | ^™**^ „ . b . f^t ^l 1 **** V S , T *°^ ^^ I A^^*^ PrW» ««ri«. ^j^ter ^ oodv.ard of Coieman in | itSo.-s thro as :hoa-v ih* cou^- 1 the race for attorney seneraL Hlsj S4 '° 34 tO Wood ' tvar<rs imiis matter. I As he so. he showed a corn receive advice and act accord- j plete under5iaadia& of what ,* . /-r^xrVTT FVTT^V^ . } CUMiUUAll 1 ; Erolas: on about him. After return-i Senator Tfalter "Woodul of j FROM CHICOTA AREA j Houston liad 2S6.030 votes and } _ i Joe Moore of Greenville 1.24.S45 as| y prepared to battle in the ran- J am extremely grateful for the iupport accorded me in the Pri- '- ry just closed, No man ever 1 more loyalty shown him than I •6 had. To these who opposed i rcev JE li { in^ to bed he fell into a quiet i CHICOTA-—A lar^e crowd went j r \ sleep. His pulse was strong al-1 * o Paris Saturday nisrht to set the off for lieutenant Paris | Ixwt A, Smith. incumbent, led f car- jj, e field in the race for railroad ! > ARIS. it?) — The Von Hlndenburg Hugo Chief Praises Pari«-Lamar Officers HUGO. Okla. — Chief of Police Claude Pitts of: Hugo says he has nothing but praise for the cooperation of Paris and La mar county officers in the Craighead-Morsan case Saturday, waen GuS Cothran. Paris police chief and Clyde Shelton. JLamar county sheriff and his deputies assisted in the pursuit ot the two men sought for robbery with firearms, Chief Pitts says "Paris and Lamar county should appreciate the high type of men they have a« officers- I Jeel indebted to these nven for th* cooperation and service rendered me Saturday." j Jinks Downs • of | Tier here, had the paper deliv | commissioner. John Pundt of Dal- j _ Tufts-sored by 4 o'clock Sunday morning- i jg^ ]ijj e j v runoff opponent had I ~""~~ n«tJ'"iac"b«rtbe r kind-|« Ja y alarmed the French govern- Hugh Lynch, local blacksmith, i 182i313 . " ! METHODIST REVIVAL ! ment, on the behalf o? -which a • is the newly elected constable for j Political CConttcued From Pag* One) • giison in an overwhelming vote - 473.000 to 354,000. The same reversal •was noticea ble in the lieutenant governor" race that year. Sterling:,P-'Stron. TS-as out in front of the field In the first primary but saw Edga_ JE. "Witt pass him In the runoff. An exception was Dan Moocy* race for the governorship in 1925 Ks was an odds on favorite in th MOTHER TORTIJKES DAUGHTER BY FIRE AKGELES, CaHf., (*). — Charged, with holding h.e . r eight-year-old daughter's arm over a gas flame ^o make her a. good girl," Sirs. Consuela Ac^ledo Tuesday began serving a ISO-day jail sentence , for battery. Little Aurora Aceledo was treated for burns on her hand after a neighbor found her asleep in a garage. The mother admitted striking the child in the face for supposedly stealing pennies but denied she punished her daughter with fire. She pleaded guilty to the charge. "If you are ever in my court again on a charge like this.** said Municipal Judge Joseph TJ. Call, "I'll send you to San Quentia penitentiary-" on Tb.* jBOvernment a-«na^.hen its force* •rince Ernst von >resent vice .cnancellor and r of the fascist Iiome gnaxd. r of the fatherland front, in *uc- ession to Dollfuss. Stefan Tauschitz, who wa* recalled as minister to Germany by Dollfuss only three week* ecome undersecretary for affairs, has been instructed to urn to Berlin as minister., is regarded as a peace areaiur* t«K ward Germany. rxollfuss* action, along wltli -rumors that a charge d'affair«» would be left in control In.Berlin, had excited Germany- There w*r* reports she would retaliate by recalling her minister. This w*a later done, bat because he acted a» mediator for nazis- Killers (Continued From Pat* On*J high treason and the murder of Bollfuss as well. By the court martial order, Holzweber was designated to be executed first. The defense counsel, in its closing plea stressed Dollfuss' dying words, as testified to by Major Emil Fey. who quoted hiz chief ajs saying: "Avoid further bloodshed, Rin- telin must make peace.". Raising cis voice. tk» defense counsel cried: "That was Chancellor J>ollTuss real last will and testament!" T«ie attorney told the court that armed rebellions unfortunately usually bring death to someone "but those wbo participated in them cannot be called bandits and common murderers as these "defendants today have been called. It is customary to call such, persons rebels." .Meanwhile, sew bombing outrages harassed Austria's fascis srovemment- Their revolt all bu stamped out, naxis are replacing bullets with, bombs in a re campaign of terror. Explosions were reported in the provinces and in Vienna. The first decree of the new eminent headed by Dr. Kurt Scisu schnigg aims a heavy blow a nazis. It orders them placed in cou centratioa camps a.t hard labor their property to be confiscatedfirst: primary and led Mrs. Fergu son by 110.000 votes. He boosted this total to almost 300.000 votes in the run-off. Again in 192S its displayed po- teucs by defeating his single opponent, Ii J. WardlaTr. by z. two to oae majority. _ \ The measure is more drastic than verr . since-^Iv ! spokesman safd that his death j this precinct. CHARLES PARROTT [would create "a. very difficult sit-j The Cbieota star mail -route which from Arthur City to industnj } uation." ! Officials =Kiid they ai*sunied that j Hazor has been extended i Chancellor Hitler, in the event of^d a half by nia.kir.g a I Von Kindenb«rs*s death. wonW j north of the Metftodi« church. Two CT' Senator Tom Connally smashed ] j ahead to lead Consrressma.s Jos- \ eph tVeldon Bailey. Jr.. by AT ROXTON CXOSED[j p Ford H^ Cotton . inile round 259,125 in the United Stalest to senatorial bailotinir. ROXTOX.—The Methodist Tax-Exempt Blanks any used by I>ollfuss in crushing socialists last -winter a.nfi spring A sovemment conrmtinique say it is mopping up the revolt in tli« includins: Carinthia, nazis established a strong hold. Many are said to be fleeing Into Ttisoslavja, Italy's army Insull (Continued Irom Pac* sional and business activities- with which "I was in no -way connect* 5 ! and were identified with me only incidentally." Insull asserted that h* accepted full responsibility for M» /acts and for the acts of his business associates who acted upon his advice, but he asked that ais ac» tions be judged free of the-.con- uszon of issues "certain to arise"* it he were to be tried -with the other 16. The 7 4-year-old defendant ad- •vancfed his age and infirmities-'.-.as another reason why he should.b* granted a, separate triaL He con- tinuec -that a. joint .trial would last from four to five months and that. • v.-ould not be physically able to stand tfc.e strain-' . ., SOX IS BORN A son was bora to M"r. and. Joe King Tuesday m<srnms at th* St. Joseph, hospital. Appreciation From Sam Garland I -wrant to sincerely thank my loyal friends, -who so loyally supported me, in behalf of myself, " -wife and. daughter. I bold JK> maHce or ill feeling against .anyone. I shall continue to serve all the people of Precinct Kuinber 1« jnar county, as tlieir consta.l>l«- Obediently vortrs. 3O1 J. L BALL A: CO. "Wise Insurance" First National Bank | vival meeting in progress the pas; ^ closed Sunday evening, s a fre-5 rein in In the story -which appeared; i George Sheppard. state conip-^x Tt^eetins at th* Baptist church j Monday in The Xews stating titat | tb«—bf *- i v-i lwc> t-"'*- 1 "'-- ;*«•»« been measuring j iroller; CJisrI*y I^«>ckhart state {-wriil start Sunday, August 5, con-| cotton producers, in order to avoid | ""'"^ ^,^,^ l land retired under the cotton acr*- t treasurer and J. E- McDonald. I -ducted by the Rev. Vemon Me- \ payment of ta:c. must make appli- 1 tag* reduction provisions. | commissioner of agriculture, ap-fFatridge of Fort TVorth. { cation for allotnierits of tax-ex-} | Garden and truck crops are • par< , nt $ y j, af j W - OR re-election | The Baptist TVomen^a Mifesion^ry 11 e«»Pt cotton, a list of committee!„.„ - rr s-,. - l^^out All srone while most fruit j ^ thff vt the necessity of a run-off. I^JiAv met Monday afternoon at j men with application blanks was j Millers Homer G-lVeS ! :s later iha?i usual- Cotton is hold- . /*.}-« C.-I-& o' Mr< rranV McFa.1-1 5;ven. but the name of J. P, r 0 0 \" » ] ^~ "» ^'-n. National representatives headed ; ^.e hon.c o. Mrs Sjnt-K j*cx - * aitaoosb it Creamerv 9-3 \iclory '"*,;;:__„„ ,. ,..„„ ^« >clv a ,«i i for re-election without a run-off: " f -^ c: v ~™- K - J - liuo . w -. co ? ai !^_ !.*.„.,>, „„„. K«« f n ^t»ded. Mr. COMPAW Rex Millf r"s= home run with one i man on. comlnp in the sixth in- | niriir of their sairsc Monday. will be held Saturday and won, sixth; EaiTeries for rh^ cre3.rn€-r\- were | frorn Chlcota. to Arkansas for th-s | \ Rt-Tjfro, Stubhleficld and Man*s»: ; r««»aeh harvest have returned, re- j i For Rodgrers-\Vade A15en. Edwards ! fortlns: very few peaches and lots I i-ind Bailey. ~~ in th<? Bonner 1200 DOZEN PAIRS OF MEN'S 39 C -49 C SHORTS « OFFERED TO OUR TRADE AT- THE ENTIRE CLOSEOUT STOCK OF A BIG MANUFACTURER! p&Iity, 120x50 fin* count broadcloth, fancy pat- 3-batton frout. fall, roomy, balloon-type seat— no cramping orbindirt^ 1 — Icjirs full. Lastex inset* on side* for perfect All Size*. 4 FOR 1.00 Fine Quality Swiss Ribbed Undershirts for ... 25c SEE WINDOW DISPLAY 3. McGJasson Is moving f **nr, and hail added to the dam,.,.„ _^ Frizzell, sev-f fron , hcr f-^j,, - o her home here | a ^e- The rain continued nearly an Gei?rs»-- Mahon :in<5 Judgre j formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs, I hfiu " { Clark Mu'Hcan. nineteenth; ; j -r. Holding. I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•••••j I Maury Maverick ar.d Mayor C. K. { Mrs. Autie Barnes and baby of j ^ Qisin. twentieth; Charles L. South I Da;!a» ar* x-isjtins: relative* here, f and Carl Run^*. t PHONE 21 OR 22 FOR LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING If you have laundry or dry cleaning or both, give one of our numbers a ring-, and one of our truck men will pick up both. Our service in Family Washing and Dry Cleaning is unexcelled. CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Long (Continued From Page Or,c> JHOLD EAGLEBARGER | ! FUIVERAL ON SUIVDAY | which | In his hot«?S suite, front I Senator Lor.s; s»t closeted with j i Governor Alfcn an<l i-thi?" *tate of- ' : ficl&ta and tIJrect«:d the fresh at-1 I tack. i \ Tb«s "XJngf i»h" has cc-r.duct*d a. j ! stern carr.paijrn ajr^srst Walm«l«ry ; for vhs last two --» .. r •. c- ! that the city was a "tr*5po<o! I corruption" and that th^ i FuncTiil services wrer* hrld on | j Sunday aflemoon at Euib*rson-| f T-troivn-Kod^n ftrn^ral chap*?! for] Saturday iriornias: at j at her horn*. 22? I \\«»-t Cherry street. The Rev. J. i IK H:ck* ot th« Metho<St»t church { ct*n<Jucie<i the service* and burial wa>» a,i Everjrre^n cemetery. I Mr*. Ea»i«?bar?rfr. -widow of J. ™. : ^ J F. EaglebarKcr """ho died here in T " sri "^| j*,^2 wa« born in Paris September '"• | -_', j i ";4. d»uKhter of P. A. I^e who - . . , e i :--m»«- h«»r* from Vjrcinia, She had tak^ a hand unles* " S a:»W-| —^ ^ rtou;5 , v „, a ; hort ^^^ ^ *»/^?*r >i »**>? irtfl tC^r^* *rrY<2Ca. * " " _ __ _ t is survived by these child-} ,'. F. Easlebarsrer. Mr?L X.j and MSra Cora Ea-1 ars*r of Parts: G*or£*. Hattiej t Snj? and corruption J Guardsman were employed I^itc I * | Jn the aigrht and earJy Tu«Kja_. j r , t \ morrjlni; hand in is ! headed ""hor?«v!t rf oat cSrcuJar^ I of DttHas ! I "Both faction* ord^re-d to | th*4r own watchers tn r*Sli J office aU day *mi a.!t nisbt," th I clrc«lar?« read. -'Adjutant ^encml I placed in churge: ;»*>r*onn desirittj: ro watch «>f! p h^<- or to wg»at*r Will not t'P molested or abused." conj?r«"»*:frrn frvm New- Origans and numerous other official* wiU t»* nominated. Rival ««ra**' of cuts j5rmnUchiIdr*n. I Corporatfon*!* Bonded t NETSV YORK. </F>— Th* total! i>*,md*d d*bt of S2l lars* Indus-j trsal corporations reached * peak p.»rt*d by Moody** Investor* S*rv- tf*r. "Froirs th«n it has d«rcHn^d ^on.ijjttfntly' to |2.15«.000.000 In T?33. a drop of 27.3 per cent. Th« «!«-r*!ne »!ncn 1923 haj s-r-r r«nt." : _ trt vf¥- MOV 113 t.ONDON. <*) - A divorce coon Tuwway srnmted a ^d«cr«e ntsrt to Mr». Ronatd colnnicn iw?»in*l ***" hu»ba.nd. th« motion plrTur* «mr. In an undefended *t»lt. »nd \Va!rn»l*y Mayor \Valm»!«y returned to New Orleans Monday from a two w<e-«k.s* i ? »catioa and Sswucd * bla.n- k«t ptat^ns^nt Otnyinc charge* mad* by Senator Ix>njr dtjrinjj; the tAJUt two w*eks. He threw down thv sauntiet to t.h« «fn«tor and offered to resign. from h»a office if Lonsc would r*- ni«n as «fn*tor and *nt*r a »s»e- I RKI^IKF FTIXPS OCT olmf election with him for l.x»ns'»! r»AU\"K5TON. T<-:x.. (^t-—A »it- offtc*- Th« »««alor r«ft«*ed to* nation caused by th» imminent «TC- comment. i hnustton of *t.ile r*!I«f funds was Governor AM*n char«r*d that tl»v j .i;j«cu!»s«*d ftt a m<?ctinif of rcpre- r^flrtirtrntJon records w«re moved • «i#>niAtiv«tjt of 10 of thw largest from th* city hall across th«» «trc«;t \ count!** of the Pint* her* Tacsday, Monday ti> deftan*-** of *t*te law. i H* »uip>>*wt'sd that, t>oth tht j ' U"alm*J*y sind ttong; faction* maintain watchers in th* re«l*tr«tlcm office "night ««d day" until th« prlnsary «l*citon. Mayor Walm»l*y «*Jtf th* r»- moval of th* rejclntration office. * crown the *tre*l had b«<-n *e- <xrmpll*h«d 4< in conformity with Hollywood B*««ty Shop CHI War* Set ...... Mn. V. C t* Here's what you men have been lookitig for Values to SS.OO-Soft and Plenty of Genuine Stetson Sailors Values to $3.50 Sailors and Soft Straws Perleins v Tex«*

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