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   Grand Prairie Texan (Newspaper) - March 25, 1927, Grand Prairie, Texas                                YEAfc PRIDAY 8 MUCH LEFT UNDONE BY REGULAR SESSION OF STATE LEGISLATURE FORTIETH SESSION SAYS HOLDER By Ray Holder Member Ptoin Dallas Eight hours after the hour set for sine die adjournment of the regular session of the Fortieth leg islature closed its labors with much done mid much For nearly eight hours the clock WIIH turned back rind the session Inbosed the clock showing the time to lie earlier than twelve oclock and watches of the members showing that the hour WHS much Many people ask why turn the clock back The answer is that there wore a number of bills on which the House nnd the Seiioto could not agree and free conference committees were out trying to reach In many cases the agreements were far from tho satisfactory agijementf that n person usually thinks of when he thinks of the word omshly understood by the a nil is the socalled man slmiyhtor This bill abolishes tho offense of manslaughter and permits the courts to try a tnnn for murder who kills It dues nut prevent introduction of fads that might mitigate the lint it intn tho twaddle of sudden passion and 1ile confusing and henceforth a man will try to control his tem per when he gels lift up and luVilrite nmoment before he takes his gun and out to kill Ins fellow IN Henry former citizen of n wagon of wood Inst Saturday afternoon nnd sustained injuries which resulted in his death last pnrticulnrs of the accident nre not other than his nock was broken in the House Loses Motor Fee The House of Representatives had thoir heart set on a reduction of motor foes to tho increaso in tho gasoline tax from one cent to three Members of the House fought at every step for this but were finally whipped by the People should clearly understand that the full responsibility for the fail ure to reduce motor license foos rests squarely on the Senate and nowhere In my campaign I consistently promised the people that I would everything possible to got a re duction in motor My record is clear in this I refused to vote for tho gasoline tax in crease until we had an asurancc that motor license fees would bo re Within ten minutes after the gasoline tax was passed by the the fir passedi tha Till the motor license fees Tho matter Hung fire in tho Sou ate until the last minute th Seriate bill came back with tio re At the same time th tax bill came bad for ad Seeing that there woul be no reduction in motor licens foes I voted against both measure t am not satisfied with the moto license fee whipping tho House r I believe that the people at homo will put enough pressure on their senators to force a reduc tion during the special session to bo held in T have joined with a number of other House members and have asked the Gov ernor to rosubmit the motor li conso feo matter to tho special ses I believe he will do and if ho does we will hang on all summer and until wo got a re duction as tho people a right to It ought to be under stood that tho Dallas delegation was a unit in seeking a reduction in tho motor license fees and Sen ator Tom Love did everything he could on tho Senate to get a reduc Amnesty Law To have watched tho friends y Ferguson in their efioits to keep the amnesty law from emu ing up was a libfial education in how not to do There were just twentyfour of tho old Fer guson guard but by their jockeying and tactics of doltiy they kept tho amnesty repeal from coining up until the very days When it did come up there was not ic least trouble in and o longer is there a statute on the iw bonks of Texas by the name of Cole is a brother of Pete tolo living South of tho He was horn nt he lived until moving to this com ITe wns about 45 years of and is survived by his widow nnd Ihree CIVIC LEAGUE BOARD HONOEED WITH LUNCHEON Alston president of the Civic League entertained with most beautifully appointed lunch eon in honor of the Executive Board of tho League on Tues The table was most attrac tivly decorated in sweet pens with dace cards and favors carrying out he spring A delicious luncheon was served to the following Mosdames Asa An MUNICIPAL BALL CLUB ORGANIZED i Will Buitt Permanent Park On South Center Ornml Piairie wilt enter iho base ball arent this uMK i mnn oipal team thnt Is nltor the honors sought th AGED OITIZKD KILLED AT RAILROAD CROSSING titfo nbout tin years inslniitly killed Tuesday even ing about u struck by a poned lit the depot and the of the adjacent catter This deci sion was made nt n meeting of ball fans hold nt the City Hull Tuesday and n p organization waB fofincd to promote tho Ohontinult presi Clino vice puMlent nnd socrCTiuy Those gentlemen together with Hill Grahntn and IMnty JHvoie form the board of This board was empowered to SChire nml suf ficient and arrange a Sufficient land secured from Thomas just souili of city on Center and are now being made of and that he fell under the His head Hie It be known just clock when he was TOMIS nnd Pacific The accident Imp crossing oust of the indication was that 11 the track during Hn down and wheels of the umosl leveled from will probably never how iieeiiidenl DALLAS COUNTY AGRICULTURAL ADVISORY BOARD FORMULATE PLANS FOR NEW YEARS WORK grand James There will Be Less Crime in One great judicial reform nieas uro which was passed is not thor Junior College Bill Lost Tho new junior college law IK of ho utmost importance to Dallas bounty duo to the fact that the Dallas County school law vill probably dovelopo several jun or oollogo districts in our county 11 the next ten As a mem ber of tho education committee I helped write the bill that the House wanted This bil provided that there should be at fifteen million dojlara taxa bin wealth in a distriet before a juior college could There were many other differences in the House and the Senate junior college A froo eonforenrt was appointed which I was a morn worked many lung hours much of which was at wo worked one night until two oclock trying to a just our differ Wo finally adjusted our diifer ices and a new bill was presented o the House but tho new bill and the Senate nuver 1 Tho rcsult is there is 10 junior college law for Governor Moody has ndieated that he will this mitter to the special session and we will probably have a law to lake care of tho Dallas County needs before we arc ready to take advantage of Special Session will Deal With I am a member of tho appropria tions connmtuv and I have been called back to Austin about tho first of April In work on the ap propriation There aro sov euteuii State supported i dont know just how many other institutionsare supported in whole or in part by the I do know that there is a budget pro All those interested in tho con fast for tho prettiest yard are urged to phono Oowdyy or Turner and enlist places as soon as thoir Plans aro the PLAY FOB THE COUNTY FEDERATION SATURDAY Tho Dallas County Federation will bo entertained Saturday at 2 at tho county rust room by a 2act comedy entitled Dame Fash clubs in tho will also Following this tho year now officers for the coming will take thoir Pool of Florence is the nowly elected Tho nnd tho Civic Leguo of Grand Prairie aro iricmbors of this Feder ation and should bo well represented at the mooting which willincfudo stand and everything More than luion sub scribed by tho business men aim fans of the city is possible this suih will bo augmented during tho next few also made foi Al Wilaoji has been named manager and tiill fielder assistant and tho are being Activities start at Work on is schedul ed to start within few A loaso ior years with au optional two has boon andlja worthwhile park will bo The ball city have boon called for practice Sunday which time tho bo Grand Prairio has out sev eral good ball plftyora atod atrrdif as no person witnessed The body was found by brakemen nflor the train tind Crouch wns one of our best know ond highly honored He came to trnnd Prairie some twenty years with his family and has conliiiuously made this hi During that time he has made many personal friends who nre grieved to konw of his violent lie is juirvicd by six sons and two Funeral services were held from Baptist Church Titos ilay his O 1C Burial took place in Southland WE GOTEM SWAPPED At a meeting of the Executive Committee of tho Dallas County Agricultural Advisory Hoard held at Che Chamber of Coimnerco building at Dallas hist Snlurdny initial steps were taken to indue the of County to enter the Dalliis More Cotton on Fewer Acres Tudor normal Ihcto liMle of a Dal as county farmer winning even tho lowest in his bill plans arc being made to make if interesting Tor our farmers by of fering aggregating aro being crop rotationj Cook aoil building garden potfltoeft and truck farm finance Mes rccfontton publicity Dullas boys clubs fahn relations Mchuylev Dftllas ftgricub tuval outlook Dallas feed and supplies and Oh sood The of committees will be on n our political announcement last week we got this names of Swftdley and Bacon HSVII ped around and hud them runnin for the wrong HWIK after the job of Street Con while Bacon is null ing the race Cor Finance Coiumi Otherwise tho annouac m cut was all ti The dotl vked and will be announced ring the next few The will be awarded to UN County fanners who enter 10 News contest Bo far lias been impossible tt lores Dallas county farmers iti lis and therefore there no record of tho wops produced cost records of the This because black lands of Dal is county will not respond to com lorcinl and the produc inn is oulelasmnl by Iho yield nun the virgin soils and the soil hat take In order to timulato greater production nnd educed acreage In thi blmk county prizes wil bo dlslrlbut Full details of tho plan will bo inaounced ul nn early Farm of Dallas county nre urged to on cr the Dallas News Par icnhirs can bo obtained dlruot from the Dallas NOWH ContoBt Bu or from County Agont Inrgodn tlio demand Tho ndvisory board voted to hold regular monthly and tho first meeting will bo called by County Agont FIEST OHBI8TIAN OHtfBOH vna Special Special Combination Package Free With Every Box of Coty Face Powder A trial bottle of COTY PERFUME in the same City Drug Store PHONE SlX pared by the state board of con troll culling for mil liuns of dollars for tho next two I do know that every one of the State schools and the other institutions are pressing hard for grimier appropriations and tho to tal will probably bo much greater than tho budgeted thirty seven Tlw appropriations committee duns to visit many of these state schools and I imagine it would bo of gruat interest to thu of Dallas county to havu some personal and first hand information about those institu For this reason I plan to write un account each wook of the schools or institutions visited nnd through tho kindness of the editor of the Toxnn thoy will be Questions Invited Many people have written me about those personal glimpses of thu legislature in I want to hay that I shall welcome any inesi ions nuyonu wants to If I ciiui answer tho question I shall obtain the answers and son that very person has a forent times has supported good amateur past few years tho fftni liavo been forced to go out of theycity for If you aro a ball player or a ftin join tho boys and help put over a bull that will put Grand Prairio on tho ENETRTAINS WITH DINNER PARTY and ItBwitzer en tertained with a dinner party Mon duy night at their homo in Park honoring Switisers Sun day School table WHS centered with a mound of Spring blossoms and covers wore laid fur twenty five Just preceding tho dinnor Morton president of tho in a very beautiful and ap propriatu mannur presented imd with a lovely parlor a gift from tho clans us a token of their approbation and ostepm to and fiwit nor on birthday univor Various gams ami amusements woro indulged i a Jttt hour tho guests rioher by tho followship and hospitality they had Members and wbo attend od the happy occtwion wore and Karl Tum HtMtmi and WILL HOLD COUNTY PECAN SCHOOL AT DALA County AgMvt Jolloy is ftfan ing a County Pecan School to hold in April Appear ing on the program on Ihifl occa sion will bosome of the noted pecan growers of tho state us wall iw thu specialists from our Agri cultural It will lie an allday session and all pluses of pecan eullure will IMI During he puM few years many I peupli in tliis slate have become in terested mid eiilhuMml in nnd like have been hold in several sections uf thc but Ihis is the IirnL limo the of Diillas has hud ua op portunity to gel Iho many valuable who has pastor of tho church for two yoars has been called for full Mohlo is wide awako young preacher and has a good Several additions have boon ad ded to tho church during tho ro cont revival nnd tho Sunday School has doubled in The subject for neKt Sunday 11 oclock sorvlco wll bo Ohrlnt ian Consclonco and at tho 7t30 the pastor will coa Unuo his evening Btudy In aets at this time tho subject will bo Saul the towocutor Booomos Baul the All aro Invited and thoso who do not attend other WOMHN8 will bo utimulatod llilM WOWMOUfAinr Plans ar0 now being mttdo to nanoo tho of tho atul iufluws them to in the live wtofrlc commiltoo Is working out a to place as ninny hnad ot brod stock with the boys and as aro iind in the prlssoH will bo A plan pure girls and Holstoin broedors of county arc becoming inter ested iiml possible asrtistanvo in promoting tho movoj articular nltnnlioii will al so givon ton litter production of MORE FOLKS ADOPT CITY BEAUTIFUL PLAN Tim Fa iia r has also caught ful and and overgreeiin in tho curb bot Nuiiibr the City Jlcuuti several roxe bimhiH hit Ve bteii pi in fruiit of heir place of Mayor Turner tho City Heautiliil ll Iri Mil New Watchmaker at McDonalds Drug Store At the McDonald Jewerly Succesaor to the Brit tain Jewelry The is un expert Formerly Watch Inspector for the Missouri pa cific ami tho Cottou liolt rail aud recently connected with the largest jewelry ftnd broker firms iu Give biw u triul aud you will not n b planting th l crgreeiiw will fill the Mnv iiljiftH inlili tin ll board Many other of uctivitliiH wero and preliminary pluiis WDKI inado for Iho yonrn ag rieulliiriil program Tho county uxoeuUvo board composed of tho following wmtiult ten ilininiHin MOM col ton corn Hon siiuiil grain swiiio diiiry fruit and berrUm Ir poultry shrdlu iimfwyp mfwy pucaii Grand Scripture Roadlngi Psftlm Prayor Hplrltual Values in Many Plueos by Vouttl Solo Things You Want to What Do Pooplo Dot Florido Piano Solo Misa Onloco Potty Prayer for our missionaries In Japan Nnot and Fergu Talk by Olonu Snood of OLD NBWSFAFBK Tho wook beginning March haa boon designated by tho Civlo League as newspaper Every body urged to suve tho papers arid phono tho district chairman of tho Civlo Thogold that other nations invested In China in tho roftl yel low Iwio PURE POOD SHOW We uru re that th 1uri to anno Food hihow undoi tlit of Iho bilifm of tin Itytoriun hus IXHII ponlponcd until Homo Inttr ibili to This Hchmlulcd lot thi firwt of DELIVERING SEBIES 0 EVENING SERMONS Wobb pHstor of First Baptist Church of this city in delivering a of delivering the first of tho sorius on last Huuday His sub ject on tuat oeciisioii Do BupturtH Fall From Oraea The subject tut next Sunday will be Why Childteo Suf On first Sunday in April the subject will Unsaved Church and the second Sunday Why God who ia my tsue is uu expert watchmaker an thoroughly tquiped to repair the finest wuUhes on the marltet I personally guarantee work mttiaalup aad U fuetory to his Wf Dalwortb Park Two clean connecting Convenient to Grahams Beauty Parlor YOU JIAVK NO IDEA HOW WE CAN IMPROVE EKAUTY OUR SCALP TREATMENT your uair noft and la OUR Iron out years We Give e MAKOBL That stays LAST fUT NOT LBAST We give A Beautiful PERMANENT WAVE teat la soft and OPTEH FOB S Be Independent Have a Bank Account There is no greater feeling of indepen dence than that of having a Bank Account sufficient for your The only way you can ever have such an Account is first to make THE START We solicit your Account we make the etart easy for We are your WHY WATT Longer when you know the impor tance of this matter today City National Bank of Grand   

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