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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - May 16, 1952, Galveston, Texas Keynott Devlin To Run on Platfona Of Economy, f w Covjniaaoner vestoo TtMMMotM ts> mate UM OeJveefcM Oevaty hospital a, reattty, Dr. fifctey. chief lUft ef the [tewpMei told members of the Oat- Munty chapter of the Texaa ef Profeaalonal Rngtaeeri Thursday night in Pe 9r. said the latest em- rnsjlsi y. institutional architectural have been Incorporated of the hospital. TMiniibout piannlng ai the main point that ma. kfpt In mind waa reduced and operational needa, to the engineers. fwtttii-'at the mettlng U H. Collins, Mark Houser, W.-' ilurehUoa and Fausto i W. J. one M three dldatee for the otttee ef eoMtj prectoct t, Thursday he will oomdvct his eampaitm a pltlform of "flawed umy and proflraaalve thinking." Devlin la one of three in the race. Commissioner D, J. Termini is seeking his second term. The third raaa Is Martin Hanson, who war defeated IB the 1NO electioa. Born in OalvestMi, Xfevtin Is mar- ried and .hu three two In Junior high school and one elementary school. The family at aw Graver. Devlin as Water Control and manager of Improvement District No. At present ha is a shipyard worker. Devlin said ha desired to work for the development of Galveston island without a bond issue burden on county He favoro construction of a road to San Luis Pass as soon as rights-of-way are obtained and the elevation and widening of the road- of 81st street or Butterowe boulevard. He contended all of road- building maintenance within the county should be under direct control of the county engineer and not delegated to the individual precinct commissioner. He charged this method "seems to occasion the employment of a private engineering firm.'1 Devlin expressed himself as be- W. X. DEVU1X Favors of the boulevard and beach te the city, provided the city gives assu- rance parking meters will be in- stalled on the beach front. "I am familiar with the needs of the precinct and will administer these needs impartially and with- out Devlin asserted. BREAK UP 2ALLY Ing against employment of k pri-l HANOVER. Germany, May 15 on vata law firm to represent the young Communists were ecusty jtice. sttti ac U tht present prae- He favored surrendering control arrested tonight as police broke up a rally of about protesting against West German rearmament. 'Stick to the Modern Crusoe Ordered A OriMBtM wttt U> the Bret to Ml FrMay that taAA KdeUeBaLikM 4fi A lAWH mWf fU VHVV fJH tint tin Braafls Btasas M a tntihrieleai ef tin Btaes, M. her east asalHlin. te W a have to writ ta hitfaty with that tt it bad Ml and I wtok tfcey-d tot MM A frlMi. decided tfcey'd to heoeaae fiehermew. To farther their aasMUacM, Dallaa' father then rottiar aeew. Amnpaaaariea mj inOn" and saUutown to anyone, tfcey Balled the eoaw to BnllrhBM IsUad. hi Gahreafcm bay to repair H. After 14 days the? wwt over to Ishwd, A mlk away, for kunher. Two later. Dattaa' mvOuir up with film and allowed Mai the way home, But with the to continue Ho Mved off provisions tho hoya had brought along-. Hla efforts flah apd kill rabHta wore mot to Tnrvdety Leon's Mr pnMon aroae, which even he eonldnt ran of water. To get eeflre, he flMhed hit Mirror at paaelBr. A ferry- boat captain taw him and sepersed to authorities. When they wnnt to pick him up Tuesday. Leon nfuoed to leave. But Wednesday they ask any questions and whttked him to hit mother, with whom he had not lived for nine And here he will for a while, anyway. But he still wanta to be a commercial fisherman. Mass German Rallies Held DUKS8ELDORF, Germany, May IS. than West Ger- maus stopped work temporarily to- day to demand union co-manage- ment in private and public indus- tries. Communists seized the mo- ment to demonstrate against West German rearmament. Mass rallies were held in seldorf, Cologne and Brunswick to protest against legislation drafted by a Bonn parliamentary commit- tee. This allows employes of In- dividual plants to share in their management but excludes non-em- ployes regardless of their union posts. Communist trade union officials joined in the protests and tried to combine them with demonstrations against West Germany's impending military and political alliance with the West. After rallies in Duesseldorf, at- tended by W.OOD tvorkers, peace- fully dispersed, Communists staged an unauthorised parade through the city. Several demonstrators were injured in a brief clash with police. One demonstrator was arrested. World Affairs Danger Point Next 3 Years PAWS, May II lenar, secretary general of the North At- Untie Treaty organisation, said Thursday that the poUt te world attain will have Tfct niliiiiiii HIM, Deaths and Funerals ad If "we can. .get over the next two or three years without a col- lision." Ismsy, a key figure in Britain's wartime government, addressed a luncheon session of the first gen- eral assembly of the International Press Institute. He
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