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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - October 27, 1951, Galveston, Texas PACE Tht Calvtston News, Saturday, Oct. 27, 1951 ONE (Continued From Page 1) to come either from the county's iunds or through an arrangement, if or.e could be made, whereby ins voting machines could finance themselves over a number of years. Rratel Seen This -would be possible If the machines were to be rented to the various subdivisions holding elec- tions. Installation of the voting ma- chines Is being advocated by the Galveston League of Women Voters a means of insuring thn of the ballot and expedit- ing the vote. The League is conducting an in- tensive campaign in favor of vot- ing machines. The county commis- sioners court has agreed to hold a public opinion poll Nov. IS in i connection with the constitutional amendments' vote, i League members have said that ,the court will abide by the de- jcision of the The [are displayed at 420 Twenty-third street and have been exhibited on mainland and before civic groups here. i Mrs. Lewis Harris is chairman of the special campaign committee ifor the League. FOLKS and EVENTS In The News 1JEAKE IN WASHINGTON Dr. Chsuncey D. Leake, evening zest and were inter- president and deau of the Unl- tested only in cornering their baga vcriity of Texas School of Med- 1 ot cookies, candies and nuU for a private party another dav. Iciae, In Washington In attend- 3 let us see ARorastos. 12, the hero of the evening who won the break-the-peanut-bag- whilc-blindfolded stunt rnd hli big- eyed and wistful sister, Linda, who wanted to walk to the cur with us. Goodies Coveted Both parties were a huge suc- cess. By 9 p.m. most of the merry- makers had lost a bit of their A ance the American Army library Lionesses participati Laaker home" in the two (Continued From Page 1) Bcryou Drivt-fii LA MARQUE SHOWS: aed PJL DOUBLE FEATURE Marine Raiders PAT O'BRIEN RUTH HUMEY Churchill also aiay take over the 'defense portfolio besides the prem- jiership. The exact size of working majority will not be known until next Monday. He now has an overall majority of 18 seats and a majority over the Labor party of 25. Three more results will be known tomorrow and one Monday. The Conservatives expected to win two aad possibly all four .of these. A. by-election Nov. 8 was expected to go to f. Laborite in filling the 625th seat. conference. Dr, will return Kendall, Mrs. Lee Otis Zapp. Mrs.- ....__ home Monday. STUDENTS TN POSTS Harriet Ann Levy. Anastasic Constaacs Panos and John Hallia, University of Texas students from Galveston, have been appointed student government committees forj jthls ichool CHOIB SINGER Elaine Felix, has selected to sing in the Texas Tech choir this year. Elaine Is one of 58 students chosen to sing in the choir. Adolph Katz, Mrs. R. W. Cham- bers and Mrs. B. W. Fish. At the Galvestou Home, Mrs. J. F. Krucger, Mrs. Roy Sidwell, Mrs. D. G. Kobs, Mrs. Ellis Levia and Minovil were the plan- party. SALLY'S SALLI5S' Deaths This Un't my mistake, Mr. Fuu. I didn't do anything today." THREE (Continued From Page I) DR. J. F. KRUECER OPTOMETRIST 34281 AT THE COMFORTABLE BROADWAY ONLY 17, the oldest, were enthusiastic recipients of the food time planned in their honor. There were two reasons for the celebration Friday night at the Galveston home, according to Supt Mrs. Ida II. Brooks. In addition to the Hallowe'en party, Friday was also 73rd anniversary of the home. Reporter All the kids -were there. Freckle- faced Albert Junes Marks. 7. who waa interested in assisting the reporter and photographer- Andy Roach, another little intro- vert who refused to have his pic- ture Russell, 12, with loaf blend curls and an artis- tic talent displayed by some of the SzND AND EXTRA TODAY ONLY! OOLOB CABTOOKS see M Am McGOO pM Oeol-DoBaM FOUR (Continued From 1) break Ridge, Bloody Ridge, the Punchtowl and the iron triangle cities of Kumhwa and Chorwon. The allied would still hold more than 100 square miles of ter- ritory in North Korea and would be much as 30 miles north of parallel 38. In return Redi offered to give up 800 ,uuire iv.iles of terri- tory on the Oagjin peninsula in the extreme western rain the 17.N. spokesman said was of no military value. Allied rejection of the Red pro- posal was forecast by Brig. Gen. William P. Nuckols, UJM. briefing officer, and by a U.N. communique. But the way was open for clear- cut negotiations to harmonize the Communist suggestions with an al lied proposal for a cease-fire zone about two and a half miles wide running the width of Korea through the "no man's land" dividing the battle lines. Mrs. Heddles, 46, Dies in Hospital Clergymen to Conduct icoujsios PROVES FATAL A FORT HCOD, Oct. 23. 'UP1-A Tlgnt AgaiDSt Iranian Santa Fe passenger train collided with an automobile at the Camp TORONTO, Oct., Oct. 26. Hood railroad crossing in Kiltren. If President Truman runs for reJ Texas, early today, killing Second election, of American
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