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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - October 27, 1951, Galveston, Texas PACI 2 Tho Calverton N'wa, Saturday, Od 27, 1951 ONE (Cotitlourd Ftr>m PMT* ti I n corn* r ; * h vs r tf oftl the HOlSRft sent luge rn v fun da or ti ti pl' arrangement. lf one Could be rnxd whereby the voting machine** ceti finance themselves ovw a numb of year*. lUntal Seen This would bo poos bl# lf ti machine# were to be rented to ti vsrlou* subdivision* boldine #1F lions Installation of th# voting Bi ohms# I# being advocated by ti fit) vs »tan Ltitu* of Wottt Voters sji a mean# of insuring tt secrecy of th# ballot nod expert; Ina th# vol# Th# League t# conducting on ti torisiv# o#-"ra jfn In fa or of vc tin##. Th# county commia--aort has agreed to hold opinion poll Nov IS in >n rnit I; th# constitutions! rnta’ vote 1 members hove said that ■t will abide by th# de-th# voters Th# machine# t 420 Tw#nty third bern exhibited on and before civic FOLKS . . . . . . and EVENTS In The News . . . replayed t and ht*v mainland tNi hee# lira. Lewis Harris is chairman f tht special campaign romfnlttc# TWO Bayou Drive-in Theater I.A M \ R(JI i a >I rvva s 7 no ar t » n* I M DOUBLE FEATURE AMI Marine Raiders PAT O'BRIEN HUTH HUSSEY t Contin lied ¥ rom Page I) Chuc-hil! also may take over th# defense portfolio beside# the pram- ie rn hi p. The exact sis# of Churchills working majority will not be known until next Monday. H# now ha# an overall ma ority of IK seat# and a majority over th* Labor party of JR The**# more r eau I ta will be known tomorrow and on# Monday Th# Cima# natl yea expected to win 'wo a'T pose th Iv all four of these A. by election Nnv. a was expected to go to a Laborite in filling th* 625th seat. DR. J, F. KRUEGER (ll IOMI TRbr I i AKS iv AA a mi |\ CITUA Dr. Chauncey O. lash*, vie# president and dean of th# Unt-verafty of Texas School of Medicine, la In Washington in attendance st the American Armv library conference Dr. lash* will return home Monday.  ♦ ♦ » ATrnrMA in roATA Harriet Ann levy Anastasis Constance Panos and John Mania, University of Texas students from Galveston, have been appointed to student government committee# for this school year, o e # Cl IO I K MMM H Elaine FMix has been selected rn sing in the Texas Tech choir thla year Ela n# Is one of A*    rite chosen to sing in the choir let us see you**—Nkkv Agorastoe.t 12, the hero of the evening who won the break the peanut-bag-whilc-hllndfolded stunt md his big-. eyed and wistful slater, Linda, who wanted to wrtlk to the car with us (■oodles Coveted Both parties were a huge success, By 8 p m, moat of the merrymakers had lost a hit of their early evening test and were interested only in cornering their hags of cookies, candle# and nut# for ai private party another day, I donees es participating In the; I .asker home were Mrs, James Kendall. Mrs. Lea Otis Kapp, Mrs., Adolph Kata, Mrs. R AV Cham-! ber# and Mrs. B, aa Fish At tho Galveston Home, Mrs, J. t F, Krueger. Mrs. Roy Sldwell, Mrs.j D. G. Hobs, Mrs Ellis Levin and Mrs. M M Mlhovtt were the planners of th# party. SALLY'S SALLIES Deaths Mrs. Meddles. 16. in Hospital ( lcr£[A men to < "otic!IIC*! I jujit \giiiimt I rn iii;iii Ort St. (UP Amar! a pu TORONTO, (Ant If Dr; Bident Ti imsn re election, thousands of I clergymen will conduct I campaign to defeat him, the prest-dent of the International Council of Christian Churches declared today. Dr. Carl Mclntlre, of Collings. wood, N.J., told a missionary group that President Trumans appoint merit of Gen. Maik W. Clark aa II ft j ambassador to the Vatican had ; stirred the United states with “re- I lf. iff Him | fh ii i f ft Pl #    ®* "This isn t my mistake. Mr Fuaa, I didn t do anything today." FOUR THREE r 2-8281 Hurry! Hgrr! HOW! Hut Lady Crete’s on ttw Loos*! At Tilt ( OW FO Kl AHI * BROADWAY ONLY VMI ANO J EXTRA TODAY ONLY! CGI OR I AR TOON H Nth TOM AM) IF HUA HAN WH.OO Helpful Gem 11 • ill Duck sod Goofy 5 (Continued From Page I) IT, the oldest, were enthusiastic recipients of the good time \ i- ned in their honor There were two reason* for the eelehrttion Friday night a* the Galveston home, according to Supt Mr* Ids M Brooks n addit-on •o the Had' we en p« 1 * V was s so the '"rd anniversary Of the horn* AA oui I He Reporter A" the kids were there J >    ,1 .A ‘ he r t tames Ms .. s *    • was moss Interested in «s« si ■■ ta the reporter and phowijtrap '.cr And', R ■«'••• (mother >■** * vert who ref ,sed to h*\# s p; lure snapped Ruth Ri*«>    12 •Aith tong blond cm a and sn sr* is tic talent displs ved h) some of the Halloween drawing* on • • •> >• » th* trio w no insisted on d mg - * spill* (or 'he v *p.♦ ora t e tt . g'.'t who tugged e lr pi,. * and asked us to ''please cc me    and (Continued From _ Pat* ll break Ridge, Bloody Ridge, the Punchbowl and the iron triangle cities of Kumhwa and Chorwon The allied forces would still hold more than IOO square miles of ter rttory in North Korea and would be aa much as SO mibs north of parallel 3k. In return th* Rcdi offered to give up JVA) !ju sr# Ty ll*’* of terr! tory on the Ougjin peninsula in the extreme western sector —ter-rain the U.N. spokesman said was of no military value. Allied rejection of the Red proposal was forecast bv Brig Gen William P Nuckol# U N. briefing officer, and bv a UN communique But the wav was open for clearcut negotiations to harmonise the Communist suggestions with an a1 lied proposal for a cease-fire son# about two and a half miles wide j running the width of Korea through the "no mans land' dividing the battle lines i ta beth 11 eddies, 46, of e, died at 8:44 a m. Frist John Healy hospital foltow-in Illness of several months. * wife of {ronald Meddles, an aye at the Galveston county h unit at I,# Marque she had in this area the p«.-*< nine months, coming to la Marque from Colorado, Survivor* Include her husband three sons. Ronald Meddles of Fort Collins, Colo,, Stanley and Mate Richard Meddles of th# U,H Navy, civil defens* and Ray Meddle# of la Marque; jTexas with Armona and New Mex- four daughters. Kl-* Lillian Pray- (e0 negotiations are under way tor of Aurora, Colo., Mrs ix>is;With five other states, the gover-Hutchins of Ixmgmont, Cato, and nor'# office reported today The Miss Eileen and Margaret Heddlea, agreement has been circulated to both of I<a Marque.    officials of Colorado, Kansas and Also two sisters. Mrs Oliver Oklahoma for signing and nego- tth COM JHIOX TROM* FATAL FORT HOOD. Oft. 26 (UP)—A Hants Fe passenger train Collided with an automobile at the Camp )— Hood railroad crossing In Killeen, I Texas tv today, It lilt Jig Second Lieut Johnnie AA Marshall, 2k of 8 b Perry, Ok . driver of the ear, Worrit shall was transferred to the k,14th *si- Armored Infantry Battalion hers after being mobilised with Oklahoma s 45th Division earlier thia year. Frankincense and mvrrh. gin* of the Wise Men In the Bible, are still listed aa haste perfume Ingredients. Collin*. * olo N ic bola, of V Mrs. Ben Richards of Cedaredge Colo . and one grandchild. Funeral arrangements are ln-oompute p- n Inq the arrival of The Emken Upton Furl# of Texas City will be relatives, neral He in ehargi JUMBO PRINTS WITH FOLDERS Naurs too* st (we \ iigok!a\ -I . S. Pact WASHINGTON Or* 2# TM The United States has agreed to <il rn - Ar - ■    «    ■    *    •    *    r*‘    ”    •    *•' Communist Yugoslavia to help arm the country against the possibility of outside attack, official# said today They said American and Yugoslav authorities after weeks of secrat negotiation* have agreed on the terms of a mu ’arx aid part which will govern the flow O' the** weep one Texas Vi ca tiler Areas Altered I nralizrrl Forecast# Aim of (-Region Plan The United State# weather bu*; reau Friday announced the subdivision of Texas into four geographical areas for the purpose of weather forecasting, effective Nov. I. The new plan aimed at further localising predictions, will eliminate the current aystem of forecasts using only two regions. East and Weal Texas. Chief F W Reichelder-: far of the weather bureau said, I Galveston is included in the new East Texas region, which In add! j tion to Galveston include# Paris, Texarkana, Sulphur Springs. I*ong-view. Marshall, Tyler, Palestine. Jacksonville, Nacogdoches. Houston Beaumont and Port Arthur The East Texas section is east Frank Escobar, and Mrs Clar* of th# 96th meridian, extending Cantrell, all of Houston, aa well " from just east of Greenville to west a# Mr* AV D, Cowen Of Temple of Athens, through Centerville im-    ** *1»° •urvtvad by IR grand mediately east of Navasota and children and four grea* grandchll AA’harton and intersects the Gulf <*r^Ln coast at Matagorda AVest Texas t* the area west of the 80th meridian and North Cen tral Texas between th# 00th and 86th meridians, and north of the 31st parallel. South Central Texas will include Austin. San Antonio A'ictorla. Cor MI ll Al I) I I I \ - f IAI I n ■ AUSTIN. Oct 26 (UP) Intcr-mutuai assistance pacts for have been signed by *n® i Ration* are under way Arkansas and 1-ouielana Mrs. Polit Burton Dies Here ai 82 Mr* Polly Burton. k2 a resident of Galveston for th# past 17 years. died at her home here at 12 OI am Friday. Mr* Burton wha was tx no in Oklahoma Aug IO, IWO. resided at 1M2 19th street. Survivor* include on# son. Henry Burton of Houston and four daughters. Mr* H Bernal, Mrs FREE !! Hallowe en Dance Sons of Hermann Hall 5316 Broadway Saturday, October 27 Music Im JOHN ( ll Kl HT I    \    <* BIGGI*! I I ti I t RAMI 9-1 Nu Admission BOA or i- It ( Ult Al sis SATURDAY ONLY 2 SHOWS 6:30-8:30 TP &M3 1 MIIMWI WTT BMO QUWt ON) RLI S ** I' KI N G T I M f and -TI PID ( I PID ATTEND THE LAST REGULAR SHOW AND STAY FOR THE FREEVUE AT NO EXTRA ADMISSION CH ARCE OR YOU MAY PURCHASE TICKETS TO THE FREEVUE UNTIL 10:30. MID NI TE SHOW • TONIGHT—11.30 P. M. • HOA1HN6 OUT of m HAPPY nfjttr of texas! DOORS OPEN 11:15 P. M. STATE ANY SEAT 60c k r^rsl **r\    <•* wilt he held at 2 pm Saturday at J Levy A Bro funeral home with Maj FYed Chert*, local commander of the Sal vation Army, officiating Burial will be in l-akeview cemetary. Pallbearers are Frank Villareal. Joe Carver. Ben Urtarte, J C. I _ ...    ^    I, Bernal, Henry Burton Jr. mod pua Christi, Kingsville and lower .    .,h Rio Grand# Valley region.    J<wlf,ur ^    _ Reichelderfer said weather for* caster# will “further divide the four new sections' whenaver th# weather situation require# James R. Allen Dies in \ustin IOT VI i Si Mi I O'--I s WASHINGTON. Od 26 < INS) — The Army estimated today that the Communists la Korea suffered 41-406 casualties between Od IO and O' *    I1** brr t * *) esr • •*    -- - in th# war to 1,414.438 Only 235 piaoners, 222 of them Chinese were taken during th* 10-day period. * \V A STS en II RIGHTS WICHITA FALLS. Od 26 (AP) County Clerk Dora Davis was a little pucsled today when eh# opened a letter malled from Arkansas. "Enclosed find fl,“ wrote a woman “Please e*xnd rn** mv r.. i, rigbta ' James R Allen. 71, tmlf-bpoChor of Mrs Jar# D Christian and Mrs William Bruce, both of Ga!vseton, died Friday evening in Austin. Mr. Allen'# body will be forwarded to Malloy A Son funeral home. Burial services will be announced later. In addition to his two half staters, Mr Allen la survived by three half-brothera, William, Henry and Arthur Roach, all of Galveston. CRACKER'S INN 190S 23rd St. Welcomes Back . . . Bob Jones Wen-Known linger and Guitarist And Hit TROUBADOURS Hear Them Tonight or Any Night at Cracker** Inn from 8:30 ’til ? Phont 3-9748 r IHI I k t HOL lit ARING DALLAS, Oct. 26 C^P)—A hear ing on the temporary restraining or tiara granted to two trucking firma has been set for Monday morning by District Judge Dick Dixon Th# orders, issued yester-j Senator Murrav (D-Mont > said after day to th# Hunsaker Trucking a Whit# House visit today Preai- Contractors. Inc., and the C. J. dent Truman will “probably" inter- Simpson Trucking Co., directed van# in an effort to end the nation- state officials not to interfere with wide rail dispute. The White House the transportation of military tanks KAU MMM It Al MON WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 declined to comment. from Texarkana to Houston. ENDS SATURDAY STATE A PPI AI 'I IN ll HMM LONDON, Oct, 26 > JP) — Return of Winston Churchill wa* applauded Vear"old p throughout most of Europe tonight h);njf hu aa a boost for Western world leadership and th# prospects of a United States of Europe. Paul Shean Co., Inc. W Market « i'h 2 *141 FOK RFI ! AHI I PAINTERS & DECORATORS ll MFN IT STORIf n ATLANTA. Oct. 24 (INS)—A 88-rtially blind paralytic walking stick on a window ledge and jumped 17 stories to his death today from an office building in downtown Atlanta. Police identified him aa Char lea Albert Anderson. His crushed body was found on a terrace off th# fifth floor of the building. __ IM \ \*> ( O 111 \ 1111 NJ) NEW YORK, Oct. M, tAP) — Director# of Texas Co, declared a quarterly dividend of 48 cents and *-xtra of 78 cants on common shares, both payable Dec IO to holders of record Nov 9, A payment of 65 cents was made Sept IO after the stock wa* spilt 2 for-1 Few people have penetrated the wilds of Labrador to sc* North America's second largest waterfall, the Grand Falla of the Hamilton fluor 'ftiinDir Large Selection of FRENCH A CHILEAN WINES L'ght or Red 99 FIFTH sn.75 Per Cose Straight Bourbon WHISKEY 4 Year* Old 86 Proof 3 69 FIFTH b—S lie Thrifty \\ i>e! BUY YOUR HOLIDAY LIQUORS NOW. Krti been anticipated, the ne-* ta»Pt on I quori beer and -fine W ll go into effect Nov Ut of t* j year. A i .enfant al laving can be made by purchasing your Xmav gift *    * We carry the molt complete Im® of »F* \«ey, cognac brandy, Lquor and wine in town—and all priced to fit your pocketbook. No order it too imall. Save now! im'HllNDlY- Nev-86 PROOF BLE NDE0 WHISKEY and GUCKENHEIMER American Blend WHISKEY 86 PROOF Only 289 I FIFTH MELROSE GIN ONE ROSE IO REMEMBER' IM) Proof 79 2 FIFTH FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE DELIVER BEER BY THE CASE IMPORTERS OF FINE WINES AT DOMESTIC WINE PRICES GEORGES LIQUOR STORES No. I 2315 Avo. E Tel No, 5-4543 No. 2 4,302 Avo. S Tel. No, 2-8792 No. 3 1328 Strand Tri. No. 5-8989 » ;