The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 10, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 20, 1936 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SHAMROCK TEXAN, Shamrock. Texan
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fireworks display each night, old
fashioned, .square dance and fid-
dlers’ contest, a beauty contest and
races of many kinds.
Second and First streets and gave
a highly entertaining program last- j
Jng about half an horn'.
Music by a cowboy string band,
torch singers and tap dancers en-
livened the short program.
The three-day celebration at Pa-
ducah will be featured, by many va-
rieties of entertainment. Gov.
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Col. Charles A. Lindbergh Jr., was
the only entrant In the Democratic
presidential primary but in some
districts his vote was less than that
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V. Allred, heading the list J of the “write in"‘vote for President
of speakers, will address the crowd
at 11 o’clock May 28.
Amusement features will include
a big parade each day, a big rodeo.
The president, although he did
not enter the preferential contest,
was assured of New Jersey's 32
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G. H. ANDERSON, an experienced produce man,
has recently been made manager of our local
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He will give you good service and will treat you
right on prices.
votes in the national convention.
The Democratic organization en-
tered an unopposed, slate of district
delegates and delegates-at-large in
the primary, all pledged to the pres-
Gov. Harold G. Hoffman, fight-
ing for delegate-at-large to the Re-
publican convention a g a i s t the
opposition of former Representative
Franklin W. Fort, who made the
governor's Hauptmann case activi-
ties a campaign issue, led the ticket
in the first 428 districts to report,
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seemed to think he might not reach
the prison alive.
Traxler faces murder indictments
at Pauls Valley.
OKLAHOMA CITY, May 20 ((Pi-
Two Oklahoma officers left here at
12:30 p. m. Tuesday by airplane for
Canadian, Texas, to return Pete
Traxler, state desperado, who is
wanted in connection with the slay-
ing last May of George Loper, Pauls
Valley night watchman.
Clint Miers, assistant superin-
tendent of the state bureau of in-
vestigation, and a state operative,
said they will take Traxler to the
state prison at McAlester. They
said he had agreed to waive extra-
Traxler also is wanted in connec-
tion with the shooting and wound-
ing of Bill Gaddis, Calvin, Okla., of-
felt the same way.
The chief executive said there
were seven or eight bills he would
like to see enactd but that none
was considered so necessary that
adjournment need be delayed.
One of the several score newspa-
permen jammed in the presidents
oval office asked whether oongress
could wind up his program before
the opening of the political conven-
tion period, June 9.
Mr. Roosevelt raised up in his
chair, remarked that he could not
see his questioner, and replied that
in any event he was at the wrong
end of Pennsylvania avenue to ob-
tain an answer.
O. A. Robertson—
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Price Fixing Is-
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announced from the floor that the
present session would end on June
6. Tuesday told reporters he did not
, believe it likely that adjournment
i would be delayed by attempt to write
| new legislation for tire soft coal in-
} du-try to replace the outlawed Guf-
■ fey act. Speaker Byrns hinted he
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there until 1924, when he came to
Shamrock to work at the trade of
barber. He became associated with
J. M. Tindall in the Tindall-Robert-
son barber shop and managed the
business for ten years. During his
years of residence here Mr. Robert-
son was a valuable business man
and made friends by the hundreds.
Funeral services will he held
2:30 o’clock Thursday after-
noon atf the First Methodist
church, with the pastor, Rev. C. E.
Jameson, in charge. Members of
the Shamrock Masonic lodge, of
which he was a member, will be in
charge of the burial service in the
Surviving are his wife and two
daughters, Lenora and Faye; his
mother, Mrs. Lew Robertson, and a
brothel-, Clarence Robertson, both of
Ponca City, Okla., and a sister, Mrs.
H. E. Davis, of Los Angeles, Calif.,
The Texas joins friends in ex-
tending sincere sympathy to the be-
Dennis Porter of Wheeler was In
town yesterday afternoon.
Miss Ophelia Massey visited in
Mrs. M. S. Carpenter of Spring-
field, Mo., is visiting her daughter,
Mi’s. Bedford Harrison, en route
home from a visit in Caifomia.
Adrian Woods of Amarillo was a
business visitor here today.
Mrs. L. R. Clay and Mrs. Allie
Pinson are visiting in McLean with
Edgar Wilson of Seym^
visiting his parents and to®
T. M. Hebron of Elk % .
was here today on businaT
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Bones, Percy. The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 10, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 20, 1936, newspaper, May 20, 1936; Shamrock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth525510/m1/4/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shamrock Public Library.