Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 66, Ed. 1 Friday, June 3, 1932 Page: 3 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1932.
Leaders at Texas Press Convention
Commission to Name Aik?it Grand Jury Takes Gath
k. l. awui i PAT MAYSE •
These men will play an important part when the Texas Press As-
sociation holds its annual convention at the Mineral Wells Baker
Hotel, June 9 to 11. Scott is editor of the De Leon Free Press and
• presdent of the assocation. Mayse is editor of the Paris Morning
News, and chairman of the program committee for the convention.
T» ON CHURCH ACTIVITIES FUII-
■V Rev. 0*0. e. MOORE, PASTOR
A country community might or-
ganize a co-operative enterprise con-
trolled by Christian principles with
the understanding that each member
of the co-operative association will
give a tithe of the profits of sales to
the Lord to be applied to the benevo-
lent or local budgets of the church
of which he is a member.
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THE DAILY TIMES IS AUTHORIZED TO AN-
' *E THE POLLOWINO CANDIDATES, SUS-
THE ACTION OP THE DEMOCRATIC
JULY Z3, 1932!
For State Senator:
DR. J. W. E. H. BECK
JOHN R. GRISSOM
For District Judge:
^ CLAUDE HUTCHINGS
SEB F. CALDWELL
I. N. WILLIAMS
For District Attorney:
l£HAS. M. WINKLE
TOM D. ROWELL JR.
For District Clerk:
A. B. (CUB) GILPIN
For County Judge:
R. T. W’lLBANKS (Re-election)
A. J. LUNA
Q. C. GADDIS
SAM T. SMITH
| A community of farmers might
cure the evils mentioned in this col-
umn by co-operation. They can have
a co-operative truck with their own
appointed sales agent, who might
gather the products from the farmers,
carefully grade them, and sell them
J under the community trade mark.
(Everything offered for sale should
| be guaranteed to be as represented
j Principles of the strictest integrity
should be maintained.
American farmers may learn much
from the farmers of Denmark. The
Danes in 140 years have come up from
• the most abject poverty and have be-
come a rich state. Their property is
built on agriculture. They have dem-
onstrated that farmers can co-oper- j
: ate. Their co-operation in encour- j
aging land ownership, education and
the marketing of their goods, has
been controlled largely by their
Christian principles taught by the
church. Bishop Grundtvig is credit-
ed as being a Moses. He led the
Danes from the bondage of poverty
to economic freedom.
O ■O’ ■O*
Dr. E. C. Branson, Professor of Ru-
ral Economics of the University of
North Caroline, has written an in-
teresting book, “Farm Life Abroad. ’
Every one who wishes to learn about
the principles of co-operation among
farmers, ought to read what Dr.
Branson has to say. The book was
written out of the experience of a
long residence in the homes of the
German, Danish and French farmers.
Here are pictured the three men chosen to perform the duty of selecting Dallas county’s audit
grand jury. With hands upraised arc Tom Gooch, of the Dallas Times-Herald; Dr. William Ander-
son, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, and Sam P. Cochran, insurance company president. On
the bench are Judg? Charles A. Pippen and Judge Adams. The three commissioners retired and selected
a panel of 16 Dallas county citizens, from which 12 members of the audit probing body will be named
to investicrate the records of all Dallas county officals.
THE SAME TECHNIQUE
Whether with beer, gasoline or
crude oil, the bootleg procedure varies
little. Get it away from the source
of supply in safety and the market
is ready to absorb it. This state is
finding this out, in a case said to
involve 1,000,000 barrels of crude oil,
which operatives say, has been stolen
from the East Texas field now under
The parallel of methods in this
case, thus far revealed, and in the
unusual bootleg procedure is striking.
Bribes were paid to promote a little
timely winking. Secret pipe lines
were laid. Tank cars were brought
in, filled and taken away, as many as
seven a night, according to the story.
The game continued for several
months. So well was the set-up ar-
ranged that it took a month and a
half to learn who got the bribe mon-
ey. And now, just as in run-of-the-
mill bootleg cases, it appears tha.
hush money went to high places and
was thence distributed down the line.
It’s the same old familiar technique
altered only to fit a new background
and a new contraband.—Ex.
An insurance company estimates
that it costs the average family $7,200
to care for the average child from
birth to 18 years.
Cesare Cantue was a distinguished
Italian historian and novelist.
, Mmes. T. L. Denman, Max Fore
and Davies spent Friday in Paris.
BOY SCOUT MEETING
Boy Scouts of Troop 1 will meet
this evening at the American Legion
Hall at 7:00 o’clock. Plans are to
be made for several hikes and swim-
ming trips to be made soon. Old
members be there! New members
welcomed.—Assistant Scout Master.
OVER 1 2,0 0 O
STATIONS IN MAGNOUALAND;
For County Clerk:
’or Tax Assessor:
JOHN M. WILLIS
For Tax Collector:
337 A XJAVnPM
a i Li i A* a a *■ *
JOHN T. LEFTWICH"
For County Treasurer:
J. D. McCLUNG
C. C. (CLARENCE) CLARK
MISS EUNICE GOATES
#GEO. W. McLEMORE.
For Commissioner Precinct 1:
W. P. CAMPBELL
H. A. WILLSON
A. P. (BUD) WILLIAMS
Ffcr J. P. Precinct No. 1:
DR. W. T. BALLARD
W. E. WILKINSON
For Public Weigher, Tree. 1:
For Constable Precinct No. 1:
J. E. (EBB) ROBERTS
S. D. LANGSTON
C. C. CAPEHEART
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 66, Ed. 1 Friday, June 3, 1932, newspaper, June 3, 1932; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784369/m1/3/: accessed January 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.