The Paris News from Paris, Texas on August 1, 1934 · Page 5
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Paris, Texas
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Wednesday, August 1, 1934
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WEDNESDAY, AUCUsV 1. 1«& Allred Leads By 50,000 In Final Count 901,354 of Estimated Million Ballots Are Tabulated By Bureau THE nuns NEWS. JDAL.LAS, (3>) —The Texas Election Bureau's final, unofficial tabulation or votes from last Saturday'* ^Democratic primary in Texaa, accounting for 901,354 votes out of an estimated 1,000,- OOO cast, revealed Wednesday that Attorney Genera! James V. All- r«d. outdistanced Tom F. Hunter, TOlcliita Falls attorney, by 50.000 votes in the governor's race- When the books of the Bureau tr*r* closed Tuesday night, return* had been received from 252 of the state's 254 counties. with only 176 of them complete. Reports from Austin said the official tabulation in the secretary of slate's office was proceeding slow- w ly. With returns from only 100 counties received, although under an amendment to the election law. county officials were obliged to «ond th'sza immediately after a count was completed, under a p«nalty of a heavy fine for failure to do SO. . However, the Texas Election Bureau, Inc.. maintained by Texas newspapers, estimated that on the basis of returns already tabulated, the ratios bet-ween the respective candidates would hold in a DAKYIULE, ICy, (*)-—JalT sentences during the day tins* which prevented tuem from working were given. W«ai*y Carty and Jack Durham. Danville n«w«pap«roa<en, on eon- tempt charges Wednesday by Police Judge JayJW. Harian. Shortly before the chang* from the usual late afternoon and night .sentences J>y JudJt* Harlan the pair received a, tele-' gram from Jonathan Eddy. *x~ •cutive secretary of the American Newspaper Guild in Xew York, advising them he. had wired Governor Ruby Laffoon of Kentucky, asking him to take "immediate steps to end this seeming travesty of justice." Carty is city editor of the Kentucky Advocate, one of Danville's two dally papers, and Durham, formerly of the Kentucky Advocate staff, is local correspondent for other newspapers and press associations. Balloons Off In Free Race Huge Gasbags: Float Over Southland For Place In International Races BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Five huge balloons raced Wednesday over the Southland with a cash prize and a. place in the interna- uonal races at Warsaw. Poland, September 23, as the reward. At the mercy of fickle air eur- corupiete, official accounting. The two high candidates must, ..«.,_ x. *, + * ff • , „, . „,,,„ ,„ -1,-irents four o£ the bags floated off contest for thfe nomination ia the . ^ run-off and both al- August 25 .ready are laying plans for an intensive campaign. Hunter an- in a northeasterly direction into the darkness from I^egion Field here last nig^ht •while a. crowed of ALL THAT WAS LEFT OF STRATOSPHERE BALLOON This picture shows the wr«ck»ge of th« huge «tr«tDsph«r« feallooit and Qondcla which crashed In a field near Holdrege. Neb., after thr«e *rmy officer* had piloted It to « h«iyht of 60.000 feet and saved their hves by iumplna with parachutes, in the center*Capt_ Albert Stevens is shown s*ehins to recover some of his vam- ab!« Instruments, while Maj. William E. Kepner and Capt. Orvil Aftderson, th« other occupants, are shown in the group nearby. (Associated Pres» Photo* Germany Is Blamed For Nazi Putsch Austrian Government Declares Neighbor Responsible For Outbreak Leads Prison Break | bank for repairs on a hextt* *£ 9* fSoath Thirtieth street to (Copyriib.t. 1934. by Aaaoelsteo Press.) VIENNA. — Austria, officially { \ pointed an accusing finger at Ger- I many Wednesday for the blood ; which flowed from a Nazi attempt; to seize the government one week • ago. ! ' AJB announcement approved by \ the cabinet said directions to Aus- | trian Nazis were sent into the \ country several weeks ago from .; Germany. • The plans, which included the 1 possibility of civil war. said Wai- ! ter Adam, propaganda chief, in a | radio address, •were seized in the j shoea o* a man arrested, in uppe | Mr. and Mr*. ; received word, that their »on-in- i law. A, Frank Hill of Fain pa. won I nomination for second term a* '• districi clerk in Saazroaya pii- | mary, receiving 741 more \ than his opponent. \ Meeting of the Kite's |>»i^fc 1 ters was held Tuesday rooming to \ the supervisor's office In i&e citT \ halL Case work wan discussed | and Mrs. Turner Duncan, trea»- • urer, reported on tne- Edith Muc• sehnan Day Nursery, where IT :• children are being fed dally. COMMUNITY NEWS OF FORD'S• ACADEMY The leader of the latest escape FORD'S ACADSMT.—Tn1*-com- munity is suffering; from drouth and s:ock water is setting low, m» well as water for drinking. gardens will be planted if it rain in the r>«jct few days. Mrs. Ed Kropp who irith. a«r husband waa injured last. ireeJc when the team ran a^ray iritli snoes of a man arrestea in upper > • .. ^ 7- r • wnen me team ran away wita AusSial This man confessedre- I J™« *« '»««»« I ?5!*? W - ! *^ ~**>a. is *** confined to ..,»« - j i- _j ~ »*>* > Michigan City in which five pri»- ,-. , cervzns S100 for_ delivering ^ ORers9 fled £ freedo _ OTP be _ | ^ _ PERSONALS aunt. Miss Corinne Nash, who ^ ] elementary supervisor of the Waco public schools. Mr. and Mrs. O- 31. Parks and tensive .campaign. Hunter *»- j^^/j;. s 000 ch eered. The Mrs. Viola Jenkins, of Deoprt. is fa ^^ have returned from a two nounced he would make tbe open- :£?C 7>f' ' ™ J^, w «t' a i>atienr ., the 1^™ hosnitaL 1 weeks sta - v in Mamtou and Buen: ins speech of his run-off tour on fiiday night at Hillsboro. Jn the attorney general's race, tns returns see-sawed until the] fifth, the navy entrant, went higher and caught a northwest wind. The winner is determined by the j Mrs- J. B, Hinkle. of Telephone, iQnal tabulation of the election j ^r line distance from the starr-1 Pitai. bureau between William IMeCraw, > . a patient at the St. Joseph hos- t Mrs , George T. "Wright, -was taken ir»s; field to the point where the | iill at their. Kiomitia plantation on former Dallas district attorney, and State Senator Walter Wood- Red River a few days ago and had baiioon lands. The three balloons making the •ward, with TX'oodward holding *.! most distance will win an oppor- siiKht advactasre on the last count j tuaity to enter the iniernationaJ by reason o* a late arrival of the f contest, in which the Gordon Ben- T/est Texas returns. The final tabulation showed: For governor: Allred 263,470: Hester 219,354; Charles C. Mc- | nett trophy is the prise. In addition, first place gets a cash, purs* of $700: second SSC'O. third and fourth S26w. Melvin J. Baze of Direct t, is a I to be brought to Paris. H» is re- patient at the JLaniar hospital with j ported to be ranch improved at an infected foot. home o^ EciiSiSjn street Bliss Helen Porter of Honey Mrs. TV. R. Cieere T of Atlanta. Grove, is ill at the with typhoid fever. -amar hospital 1 has been removed to the home of ! her mother. Mrs. J, H. Dewberry, i from the Lamar hospital -where t Miss Fay Oden of Direct, route j ODonald, 189.001:: Clint C. Small.! Tbe Arrny Ko. 1 was the first [ \ is a P a:ient at tiie I^rnar hos-| 111,510: Edgar EL Witt. 5S.5S8;! staj -t e r with Captain William J.; pi;a - L j Kuarhes Sl,243, ' " bad been a patient for several general: TTood- 1 Flood as pilot and Lieut. K. K- 312.SST:! as aide. Road Work Is Under _ _ I tient at the Sanitarium of Paris, j Way At tN\ ) Courier Ex- , reTtiraed to bJs h0 me Wednesday. I- Roy Ca-ss. who has been pa- PATTONVTLLE. — Road Mrs, W. 5t. Weszbrook. of Powd- srruction is usder way here. For attorney -a?ard. 319.250: McCraw Clyde Smith 172,766. j press entry was the second off For railroad commissioner: Ix>n j w± , h Oeor^e Hiaeman and Miiford A. Smith. 237.657; John Pundt. j vanik as the crew while Goodyear,. , ^ _ _, tl -^. a , .v^ -W.SSS: W. Gregory Katcher,j VIII in chs ^ e of u^ Com . | ^^J°^^' & , ~ paue ^ a ^ ^~ 1S9,1SO: H. O- Johnson 121.553; j Karl I- I>onge, as pilot, and Ver-| * ^ ner I* Smith as aice, was third, j Nellie Ruth Earlev. daughter oC iy Xo. 2, pUoted by JLifcnt-| Mrs _ documents — now partially de- j Heved tQ fce Maariee ^ o . Flaherty | George Jenkins i» preparing to coded. Adam said. j (above)> 25 convict who ha* served i -° v « oa c! < fl * r ® &°** Hupaton, Another sovernnient announce- { t ^ rms - m Ohjo and , ndiana mn<| who | m.. where he has been livi= ff ^ T . ment stated Frank Holzweber and , w _ s once he|d , n st _ LouU |n CQn _ | eral years , Otto Planetta, who were hange^ ; nection with the s i ay ing of a police- : A large crowd from thi* corn- Tuesday for tfaeu- part in tne j fnan _ <Associated Pre5S photo) i inanity wenr to Paris Saturday putsch, died with toe cry, "Hei, .; i night ""or the election returns. Hitler!" on their ISps. f . . The cabinet is still delayins ac- Re ^ R ^ er ^ *>« ^^^ Olt1 *?s sjsrks.-^Sp™ r Tr ion %- Ths 3nas * ^i------«^^-^- advised that in tn& event some * Turtle Erma "J^S-n itUIinston of person other than the nominee ! Hnzberson ia visiting her as a enna- should be appointed thai the ap- } mother, Mrs. Sula. Klliit h*r« thj« ENTRIES FOR HOBBY COMPETITION Library in Need of Exhibit Case to j Protect Valuable Collections BRIEFS About Town pointee co-aid serve only until the | general election named the new : commissioner. tweek. ! PROGRAM AjMN T OUNCED FOR IION LUNCHEON Registrations are being for the Paris public library' nual hobby contest, and entries to j „ date list soap carviriErs, a collec-j lion o? moths, ornamental wooden figures for flower beds: embroid- 1 Bob Berry, coacn of tln> Paris | made 1 Junior college football team, was j s an- i in Ballas tVednesday on business- He was accompanied by W. O. City patrolmen Tuesday night j arrested two Paris yout-is they | 1 found prowllns: in an alley off i l>r. A- I*. Jones, program cfcair-- Xorth. Twenty-first street. They • man for Thursday's weekly lnach> were being held in city jail Wed- j eon of tlie Lions club announces nesdav. j Gibbons Poteet, *"sa£e of K forms and numerous other j nandfraci. .tfons will close Satur- i day, August IS, and all exhibits I ] will be the speaker and Miss Mary Building- permits nave been is- j Dorothy Kuykendall will *ive a- sued to I*. E. Simmons of 333 Pine j reading. I B 1 ^' street *o^- i-epairs to cxsst ; Full attendance of member* J» fire on the Frisco right | '- ' '^ ^.^ Savln£5 ' ,, w *. of way on North Tnirteentn street Tuesday afternoon called firemen to ti>e scene. There was no damage reported- Mr, and Airs. George Solomon ; must be received at the library by have returned from a two Wednesday. August 22, The - library Is In need cf Paris tore. | trip to Chicago and !Macon. Illi- | an j nois, and to St. I-oii:s T where they j " i purchased new' hats for their j exhibit case in v.-hicb. collections j and articles of value can be prop- j erly displayed without danger o£ j loss or damage. Such a. case i enable the library- to ask . C. JL 3Iartin. county "Wednesday said he was in error in ; a statement given out Tuesday in i for the loan of many worthwhile { which he said no applications had j Mcyees> 6S.S65. DONATION TO 1914 PT-TVTI f i_-i>U . August 4, services to be j Eariey, 5-i ^'est Braro.e j ^«* Q at ^^ auioa tabemax^e on] ; Haynie McCormiclv. and Oeut. J.; street, ii seriously III at her home ; tlie Baptist church lawn. ; P. KirkertdaH. as aide, was fourth | w it}, rnalaria, fever. I Ttse Rev. C. B. Thompson. Meth- | I to be c-Jist adrift, with navy entry, | ._ jodist pastor, baptized five candi- ! piloted by I-Seut, Charles H. Ken-i M-^ Robert JIurphv leaves i ^ates Sunday afternoon a- Short's *25 Contribation Sent in Memory { dal5 ^3 Ueut. H. T- Orv'llle as I Thti'^da-c tor & few days Visit with ? ^ is "pool. Three ether members of Myrlc Martin by Her Mother 1^^ ^-j^ j^-^ j her paT 4 nIS xi r . and Mrs. vr. B.| ^ e ^ te received into the church by I [ Harper, in Texarkana. j letter and three others by recon- S f •** • r* n I j secration. ISter Of Mrs C. F. !„_._.. . > \r r ar ^ M-« Calvin Ca-o*n»*. | Mrs. Flora Davidson underwent; Air - * i * a - 1 " 1 ' 5 - ^*a-i«in u«.p_nw» ip Flovd Dies Tuesday j a rr.ajor operation at the I^aniar ' £ ^^ Chanie Carpenter of Sr.ady i Grove returned Saturday from with Reading- in The News cf The Paris high school class of 1314 reunion held recently and its plan 10-give a suitable g-ift to the school library, Mrs. \V_ F. .Martin of Forest Kills. X, T.. has sent a S-5 do nation in memory of her daughter. | ^ Myrle M-artin, who was a njeniber! ^~ . of the class. 3trs. M&rtln, in a letter to James f 3J_ Caviness. cJass president, spoke of ccr dau class and "herself felt at rnarvirig- the contri- ( bution to tne class fund since she • felt it would he Jn accord with her } tr's wishes. , 1 Mrs. Flora Davidson underwent i a major operation at the i^ hospital Wednesday morning. ;Mrs. C. F. Floyd, of "72 South ; Cr..-rch Wreet received word off j .^ i i^i i i_ £ iVVLi J.1 ugbt*r-s affection for the ; ^ , R j— and ih* pl«ssur« which she | ylt - Insra and Ixrene Suther- ! lie have- retu rned frc-rn tic! G. Walker at her home In At j •weeks risit in Kansas C lanta. Ga., which occurred at j Carthasre. Mo. i 4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. i j Mrs. Floyd cad visited ber sis- { ^vrrs. L-ilHe Durham has returned j Walker who | to her home in Deport, ro^ite 2, j i had visit»<j in Paris had a num- i after having- been a patient at the i ! ber of friends hare. | Lamar hospita!- relatives at 5. M. Crockett and family spent ^j,^ i Sunday with ilr. and Mrs. Roy j : Corcer at Byrdro-vrn. ? .JAPS QCTT PARXKY TOKYO. { RJEVTVA1L, BEGIKS A two weeks' revival conducted I ^ '** Rev - ^ ^ ^ham. from • TV inusooro, started Sunaa- night. I The song services are beins con- ilJss Esther Aikin 5s doing: n!ce- f sisters. —A foreign office i Jy at h«r home, 37 "West Brame. j ^ s!r;ed Wednesday; following a toi:s!l operation "— fatten-. pcblic is invited to IT COSTS NO MORE To hare your clothes cleaned by the iSew Fil- pro Hiffh Pressure Sytem note at our plant. liquid energy is easily digested- It acts quickly consumed completely. It keeps your source of motive power constant. Helps control meal-time appetite. AT 10-2 & 4- O'CLOCK Hubert Evan* "With GREGER CAFE" Tvocated At FRED WALL CAFE 14 LAMAR AVE. And Invit«-s Hta Friends To His I that Koki Hirota, minister o* for-1 day. affairs, had withdrawn for! the time beingr from the ro!« oft mediator in the Chinese eastern \ rmijwaj" question after advisins: f tha.1 Sox'iet Russia, should negro-1 tlate directly with Monchukuo j in the matter. 1 Miss Catherine Adams who operated on Saturday at the Sanitarium o* Paris, is reported to be doing r:ice!y. Postpouc Watermelon Feast ( The waxermelon feast .planned ! by the Paris RebekaJi lodge aad | the Wi]dey,lQds;». Xo. 21, to be j held at the Odd FeUow S country | has been indefinstely ",>ost- | jDenrsis Rhodes, of Brookston, route 2, who has been quite ill at the I-aniar hospital, wa T\"e«Jnesday to be Improved. "Stamboul Mrs. Vio'a McFatric^e of Garrett's Bluff, underwent a major operation at the Lamstr Wednesday zncrsln?:. George Brent Myrna Loy A romance of Spy-Ridden Europe - - - More Thrilling Than Ever When You Consider What Is Happening in Europe Today. *WE'RE NOT DRESSING" Five Stars In This Plwrrr Bing Crosby Carole Lombard Burns and Allen An<I TJ>c Bear and The Big Bad Wolf SHty Symphon; Wednesday - Thursday An - Thursday Wn,3lac« ^fy5t«ry 'Before Dawn' J V Mrs. K, IX B'anchett. o* Sherman visiting her parents. Mr. and | Mrs, Jap Kiiij? oil East Cherry 1 street- Bil'ie Rhodes, cf Hugo, ur»- ; i derw«r.t a major operation at the- ; , SsLnitariurn of Paris Wednesday \ Miss tan McAfee of Port S •ssor:. Ok "a., underwent a major j ratior. at the St. Joseph hospi- j Wednesday rn ] T>r, M. I* Broadstrcet cf Mr. [ | Pl«asar?t underwent a major op- J f eratlon »t the Sanitarium of Paris i Tuesday Mrs, Morris Flcir.lnir* an operation for appendicitis »vcu- . j niwday momins at the St. Joseph hospital, Miss*?-* Ruth and Allic Hammond have r*turTi<?<! froin a visit to Ids- b«I. wnd they were accompanied home by Mi«= Juanita Denison of 7tSabe7. i r i MID-SUMMER DANCE SMITH HALL THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, » IHI— ? Cirnm And H*H Mrs. P. T. Flippy returned t h«r hon>« ir. I>yke Wednesday after j having: b*en & patient at the Saul. tarium of Pari« -where she underwent a ma|or operation. Miss Martha Ann Morris hud her tonsils removed Tuesday a» the IA- J mar hospital *n<J returned We<3- 1 r»<nsdRv to her home. HI South \ Thirtieth street. Uttle Misses X>arl#n« and Janice Ko*»«U have returned to their hom« s jn GUmer after a month'* visJt h«r^ j with their father, G, T, Russell, ol j .OT North Fifteenth street. 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