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   Gilmer Mirror (Newspaper) - August 3, 1967, Gilmer, Texas                                 M: n P.  DALi  iUj  oALES  vol. !H), NO ;il  c:n,MKH, ursHini bounty, tf:xas  riiriisDAV Al o .i.  12 i’.iMi 1 SKC l fON  School Election Suit Ends With 1 -Vote Margin lor Consolidation  C.II31KK I-ITTl,K LFAC.I K runner <;ar> Hiiiiston (Hi) luuins a sTule into honu' plate iis Dtiinuerfield All-Star eatrher looks in xain for the hall, some  where (Uit in (he field. This inning; the (lilnier h«»\s look .» tommandiiiu leatl to win H)-;! Next «aiiu- is at l)ain{,'erfield tonitjhl. Mirror I’hoto.  Flooring Mill To Resume Its Production  H '■  M.ti t .n o.in h ■ »(  ( ; ’tn* I iM. ui Uh ■ Í 1.1 : d w I M n 1 i ‘P( M Oli  D ' }    . '    ‘    -  hi •( ti ' Ui ' A men' li;  Mi M.i^ ’ r.  net (I to t •! p. . (1 It IOI..1 I -    1{  f(o n.t I t : j : ; I Worn, Ti  ■ or, w !;o I , \ -    :  Uh- !n 1 li  A[ipii' <i I  (a })tt'■ 1 .it ‘. t [  Smit' S' S (lax ,1 i : SaUii I r  <iAl;t; o!  n p-l inl :n  (1 I 'o. A Cl k '11 v\'. ! 1 II-,\ .    2  Gilmer All Stars’ to Play in Daingerfield  \,  lu ;t  1 A'( I I I 1 .11 * W i>-     ■ • p! .lit ! 1 * ■ \ 1    : 1    i’P '  • a 1  atl'l      ,1 -d tile I;    i a ■    < i 0 -      *' I’ 11'    1 1    • 1      H. PVit. .    d    ■ ■ I      . i: . 11 .    1. t    T:      \ i vs t i !        1 ’ e      ■ '.Silk' 1    :d    I .      • . in '1        i i 1  K! .      .Ilf < '^f , ■ 't    ' ai          • A    ^ 1.    ( :      : t- I '-ai    on    .'■It . 1     ( ;    !nif! 1 at ' Ic    1.1 ; H  . =tal    oWHinfic    i a    Sa  1)a.Ió,. I licia Ah^ -ta! -Oh    MotlU IV ti    ht lo.  fcao:. 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()1  I i ^    M- nr;  1 ;    ■ II .11 loll :!i    ic i .11(1  ,    ,( con-1 A: lyn .-.tcptu n..  . ’    ¡ no ilo.i 'on and a I-  Gilmer Men Attend State Highway Meet  \ -1.. \1 - k  \1  : 11 ■    '    I  111 I  o.ti ; !  1  I 1    1  now  ioc- illd l-.i..:'o.l !d and n H-k \a .tor p tl - ol .'A    -    III,'    :‘  llonrv ai ■: row , r. -I i \n 1\    ( ;' I/'  Ila .h ot I u'-'*- and I 11 wa 1 iij  baa I t Uo.H  loM, a If double U phi n ; I on I ! lU -’ht Ui.LU ini II int (. b 'II, 1 me I a I n b., I  I (lux  With  aua d :ad  Cattle Truck Overturns; Woman Hurt  A Ciilnici tiaick dirvci’s xviic icifix cd a broken arm .iiid multijilc cut- and bnnscs when the loaded <mU1c tiiick i.ci hu'-band xva.- driving ovei tinned ne.n the Ihtt.s-iiui Li cdy bniito .tboul 11. db a in Sund.iv It xv.ia on an S-eui ve on r.s Highway 271 She I- Mi . Mary Viirunta Stoxall. wabo :    iceovenng .n  d'ylei Mi'd.ial t’ent* r Hos pita!. Mi lull Stovall, her husband, 'A.i onl> haken up. 'Idle couple escaped tilt tiactor cab ju.t liefoie it buist into fiaine-  ()f the yr> he.id of o.ittle in the double dock tiail«T. a prehmin.nx e tnnate i, that about dO head wa re killed or otherwise io.t. The load was bound fiom (him« I lo Idaho, Th«> tru( k tractoi and traih'T want a total lo . .i.d b lank d'urner. "Wner It wa a new rig, h*‘ add« d I he ioittle, msuia-d With a ai i > policy, wane iMUin. hppvd by Tom (’ Mai'.liall rd (hl-m« i- t>.= .1 f«-ed lot iiper.itor  Appeal Action By Lawyers Is Not Decided  Ola -. I, : .1 ,  j n Ab ■    1,0    i!'  i; ... i 1    * o \p: :    lo  •:-U.    HO    i    tofl  ’    »    '    *    : Í .    *  ' ' e oo¡, .  I-  .bòi u.    a.    ,d1oi  ■ 1. ■ i .    !    -    a    ov«    d  Í . V    I n -i 21  I; ' Coll •:    ba    .‘■-  • .    ’ -I, ‘    ;  .-.5    •    O    I    ;■    i    b    .  « '  ia I.  A  IIIMKIIT 1 I.FKK 1^0 Williams prepares tu «ipen one «»f (he election ballot boxes in the disputed Fast Mountain-(lilmer selmol ronsolidati«»n election.  Seated is County (’lerk O. W I,oxd Court was in recess at the time hut r« -sumed a fexx minutes after this Mirri r iMiolo.     'idoe, t;            A •      am>an' ..    1 \        .1 K.i      T« X.e dl I        ■ .,,    A P ■ ip-      pe.iii i b.    f        r- X      Htenw.is •        I    It Mi      «lay n A .    ' .1    p    nt.» ■;      foui lam    Ì •    H    ■A.i> 271      fiorn L.o            J" 11 .J’i-'-i      foui 1 a.i    i - 'a ■ '    a’ K . 1: M      'I 1 s        ( 0    1 M .p.. ' I      Ft. i <    (    11    d - I . 'oX. J i      ami .1 D    \S        I ll. m. ."      taa of t'        ^ I    i.-O ( oaldv      C h .1 m e 1    1    - d    I ' ap ail 1 « 1      hlghw    I    P ,tte. .      Mr O.i    -Ml    .0    1 Ml C X      wa nt ai a    L.    1.:    IH .111 bu .-      ne Jil .III    ss    :Ui •    d. .1 -.i'.      fn»m (il-    Ì.    A .ill a , K ll ,01 e      .ind L tl \        A 1 hi 1 an ki'i-      ed (ill •        C’tuntv Jad a      Htio \'    1              1 IH >    1 '    >    I t X.l ')t.i*      Hu hw I    b n    . ilit    I I 1)| w dl C      (.Jl ei I 1 I ,    .    ( ..    p; s e.a .1 ! -      VP e p..11    ill    <t    p,i 1 la 1 'ill      imais. am    i -I    ; ( t    tfie weal in      in of Ha.    W    1 .    '¡.I •! • ■ O'      m.in .1 I        mall of the 'I ' X      as H 0I w    as        nilo: .ell H      C BetiV,    3 I    il.it t". =k 10      oath of .1    tb    0 i    x-yeai- tl rn      on Uie    C    no    1 ¡011 .l.nl      KnitÒI n    ■ d    \K    Uili      m* mbii I    of    Uh    ( anno .a      The E.    1 t    1. .X    .a I. 1. . .d      w.i fion    1    ' II I    , L at.i. M      iMe.i aid.    BiU .1    òli- H. mi      Si)tl .1.    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A '    0 th      i 1    ' I 1    man    of    tb;        b A tl \      '■«    itnn    t h’e    ol    till    Ml I    d. 1 '     -:pb    .oft  Ò «'lì w I;  U! lt d M: U,u! d I . 1 U) U,  '•I n el f a-a;  fit id  iurle  I row i'o.b  ,11.led to et-nit t fin .-■■oiiin I tA . 1 un.  lu.a.t    W eiP in it pUotu 1 b'i  . , ;n., In t’ ootu.iu .d the filU: (hi oo:    .d    .1    tuiul    run  (if* .,    1.1 A pd aU I, .I llU-i  w . on    1 >a! le. Mdh :    a.iit .  p. i t .ii I -oi I d NTki li, I.I'v    a: • li td . «»tU n on  . o A t I -I id,, t to : lòhl  bb:    '    i)a:n  w oktd in the o I. -1 n.:.òo u|  tru t H.ghw.ty Fngmt « r. ui-foiim-d tin ru that a four-lan« ruute fioin Inter dale 20 t =  III (baiinbt I of ( 'onuia I Of, >.o i It will m.ike ,i XI ; > [»«aiutiful loute anil :e|\e    .  1..! ■ e MUtnbi I o! peop.h-  11 1 h XV a X (b/inn    on, i  1‘eli X of (’ai 1 I/o S-puunc , .'e I U.i L'li'Up w.is "veiy vvnsi ” in tl> ng to 'iet a :haie ol the I".I th- ouUi tiafiic  ,'\ Highway Depaitnant id-fioi.al aid, howevei. th.it TS 271 b.id lieen pio.ci .imnp d for four l.oii lot v«aii , t'Ut ,on.e of tlie (ountie h.iVt l.a en low ¡n tlllalleing then b.dt of nght-ut-way costr.  (f    id b.liter  axUl aliti th il . V , ,1 . luii p u ’Under te r: bt fadti Jay  bold flit 1 till b.ill t I ;b‘otty  K -x    A l:    I t.i    ■ ed    I ' JIUH I at  Ui id    l a    e    tlicll    Uuevx tt>  I H ¡1.. at e.o.nd 1> 1 ” .(ii'i b ii I Ba email M k-    11«    ÍU    ,    11 ag'iied tin I un-  1 . i    t,.1    (    I    ’ olid    out Hh'd«o  f.ilil . 1 till Ii' xt batter for U\e ! i d out  Fire Marshal Seeks One Who Gave Alarm On Cly Addition Fire  I iiinu ; b ii t M.n 1-al ( )t. Ibiid p t .a-.-knu' to t.i.k to wdl leXd l -tiled .11  H al.iI n 1 at till H S.  un.’fot d 11cidt iiee flit ui ('is Addition He ask-1 peiaon to contact , .1    : in a po d;le, ol  ill »42-2344  Two Upshur Voc-Ag Teachers Recogniied  b'dw.u 1 Smifi III of New I) an.i School and Hu/elk la ggidt of Bruce High School will be .nnong vocational agriculture teach- r w ho will be honor« d in Dallas Aug 9 at the Voiation.il Agiicultun Te.H-fHT AS’SOCiat c .n of Tex-annual io.nf*t*nc«‘  la ggett. wdio ha.- f;een .it Hiu «• High since iy(>2, lo I.* be 11’O.gn./ed for 2.7 y« ai of eivi:, m the vo-ag pitigiam, and ainp.'.iii, at Ni-w Diana -nice Hbi2. r. to be M-cog-lu/ed te-i 2(1 y« ai> uch s«*i-  V(. f  Tin aw aid:    will    be    m.td«*  at a bnakf.ist lauttkTs m acncuUuit ,«nd educ.ition fiami the state ami nation will lak«' part m the 4-day in-.«TXice meetings, under dire«lion of (leorge Hurl, director of .igneulture e-lu-(.-.ition of tile Texas Education Agency ,*\bout 1.400 ar** exp«-cti*d in attend.«nc«  Snnpson i. -« graduat« «>f E., t d’ex.e State Umvei ity With a nuetei’- iiegia-e from am Hou-ti Ii St.it«' Colk'ge, nd laggitt fiold luieludot and ma tel d« gi«i from Brain. Vi. w A&M  County Commissioners and Oil Firms Agree on Taxes  ■ - e. ,    ;e    ,    _  I ' : -,U Hi' '    !'    U:  A .-    :    I ..    .1.    ,    ;.r¡l    Ò  ' . • . ; , '    ,    ■ .    • ,:    ;    i  C    : -.1 .I'h    J l    i '    1    Ii ,    ,  :u    ,,n .-■! ’.    d.  At .1 >    • I • d-  Alt,’:-    j , 1    I    a." day  : ■ r A -    :    ' rd. n d  ! I; , 1 i :ra ■ d -ii Uh-,I B T    .1,    and  A' . '    \1 , ; • • * 11    : ' W  b. ■    d    1  t ,    •    I    I i ’  i : '    I’ : i =    ■ :    J    . Í -  Ta UI V ' I o.    -    d I til . w -Ui:i  ! V.,' A.I’    f  All'-    ’    -eli..!  rpshur ('o-anty Comn ioiH 1 dting a a tax - qu i iH-at op b-'iaid M ndax did oil 111«! '.as t.ix oH-n .¡Jio.il to a oiH se.ir-oiilv H pert« nt ni' i ' a.se on mineral pre.p« i-t-e-. f,'i till H)07-fiB tax yiar Tb«* sp»uiai oik' al -woald .ipply to utditi's  Com m ;-.'ion«-r B i y ,i n t I hdme m<»d« U *■    n;- itn  w hi< h w a.- see-ill-}« 1 by ( 'in-m - H-n« I Allan HackU i. .uid -p{,-r iv« d by Commi e.iu r Milton L.ingford  (biunt y .ludgi 1,    (    I M  Kaih y VO ■♦■d hi” .’pp - ti-.m  .Old Joined • ' -riiMí, loiH I ,I(m :diock« v ill a tateiiH'nt „ly-HI- e.H b 1;i:    ip’[)eited    Uie  oi icmal pr«»po .11 -f 12 ’ pel-eot rar e on ell and ui.S pt opei tie Ml Sb • ki V del not alteii-i due lo .1 rt •ent iltiH :. bolt «'in a writ. 11 lateiiHUt I«-.id by Uh j a i.e  riie 3 1 .ipfidVel rn-diou spe. ifii d that the H jier ent on oil aii-1 M an-l Ultld.y t.ix valu«-: weiiid .ipplv tb.:    > e.u  only, and that n« xt tax >« u th«' legu'ai ‘ h* dui«' W ould 1,1 ij:a d .is pr«‘pared by the ci.iinty' v.iluati«u:    f ' of  Bntchaid and Abbiot f bt W-rUi  I'hi motòiii fuith«r lated th.it ' ui c.n.« an in- e,i ., ni : "I ;Unt N tax X a i vH - Iòid i  ' W 1:  -pi . ; .•  Oe « q i • 11 .’  thi ee.llll ’ 1 t ■ pi ■ 1 1C. I J  i  i  p p.  ! 1 K     *b a 1        ■ ion r . b i    o<    : H I      A'kod    -H bf. i    ■ ’(?    1      («riòi na !    X fi    - i    'Ol ■•(    t i - ; - e      A ' '1    A 0 ! . i    b X. ;    ÍH i    A I I P t      Uiat ;ami .s    aid i i    at '11    mi w t      t lie ! op    1 n    I'U d .1    •' tu-    ! .. ,e ( I .      '’'i"l    i $1    1 ,ai a( i 1    Th:    ■ bd. !      f . .f «    1 .    . ,d    i 1. ■< ’      I f 11 1 i    , ;'IP-    ; ■ a.        IS .ill: ill !X .      Char    1. b;    ■. ! 1 X- ■ d    M'ilm    I i ^h I      i 1 .    .'f    .ion t i;o    ,i Ue    ' 1 X *e<i      , HI t I    • i tl    a i mi    . t f    ( ! 0: A      nil el    kim    i V 1! :e    l.«d    , \e • 1 .      1 :’rec    ’ . th.    • H P'li'i    nt Í .    11 I , . * n     . • i !    i    '    Ì ^  -.■..    r :■    ;    :O    .    ^    .    1  .    . I ! 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Gray Is Winner Of County Hay Show  Xo-ai act i-: -i  A    A . t i '    ■  : a idii uiati ,e:ii - (pe- 1 i ..d *    ;    ( o!U t W : ! do HP I U e I  i i 'ou t it Ì : 111,1 V ,u .H ■ P ■ XI ve.ii :.aal Mi ' uiuun    :  W Ui till ' t Ilf 'b alui ' Uo ’Ountx òoUP; up. I ay siioukl tall tiyill; lo gl’t  vX I 1 tM)«’  ■ni>  A 1,  ’ ,    .    A ’i  I    b    • 'd .    •    n  U  I.  Uh  tl  hir  laid !>«■« n IP.ode lice ia- jud '.I I h'ow t w \ « a! -.   ...... -Í.  GII.MKR PKK WEE T-lllle l^eague” hII s*tHrsi. shuxxn here, xxere defeated h> a While <lak area team in txxo gainex. Hoxs XX li« xxere selected fur the “stars*’ were, left tu riglit fruiil, l»axid Puxxers, Rkky Childress, Ruiidy Walton, Fes  Price and Bruce Rice; second row, Erank  Davis, Tim Mei’lelland, Kellx lluird and Kenneth Vaughn; l«»|i rtixx, llillx ( (»tlier, Tim Tucker, Daxid I’hex.ilier. Mike Heexe and Tim Daxis Mirmr iMioto.  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