View a full description of this newspaper. The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:. Following the announcement of Mr. Among the proteges of Edwin Dumble are numbered aeveral of the moat prominent geologists coastal Teias nas produced, notably W. Jarrett, Mr. Human and J. It was on the initia- tive of several of the above that Mr. Dumble was honored during a recent convention of the American Associa- tion Corazon Fragil - La Unica And Friends* - PaLa Rumba Petroleum Geologists with a banquet in recognition of nis contribu- tions to science.
He was born in Madison, Ind. Coming to Texas in the latter part of the nineteenth century, Mr. Dumble was responsible for the creation of the State geological department, and was the first State geologist of Texas, holding that office from to After giving up the office of State geologist, Mr. Dumble became affil- iated with the Rio Bravo and the Eaat Coast as consulting geologist and manager.
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These warrants can not be sold without the signature of both the mayor and city secretary, and Mayor Baldinger has flatly refused to sign them. Secretary Shepherd said on Thursday that he would stick by the them. Secretary iherd said on mayor. Realizing that the employes who are working on a monthly basis must be paid for a full month, provided they work a part of that month, the alder- men plan to let the ax fall on those working on a day basis.
Alderman Holtkamp said that the city payroll would be reduced by about two-thirds Monday. The water and gas departments would each lose about half of their men, retaining just enough men to run the plants. Alderman Simpson declared that a strict economy program would be in- stituted immediately.
The statements attributed to Mayor Baldinger and At- torney York, he declared were foolish. The salary increases are to take effect May 1, he said.
Mayor Baldinger evidently has not been informed of the council's contem- plated action in forestalling a citiaens petition for an annexation election.
He has been active in circulating a peti- tion and Thursday night he said that he knew of about nine other petitions that were in circulation.
There should be at least names collected before Monday night, he pointed out. Only names are needed to force the council to call an election. Will Not Resign Mayor Baldinger declared that he had no intention of resigning but would fight the thing through. Alder- man Simpson, in commenting on news- paper reports of the mayor's proposed action, said that although he hoped Mayor Baldinger did not resign that if such was the case, he Alderman Simpson would be a candidate for mayor.
While interest in Magnolia Park's affairs centered about the action of the grand jury Thursday, the annexa- tion appeal of the city of Houston was being argued in the court of civil ap- peals at Galveston by City Attorney Sewall Myer. Magnolia Park's city council recently got a ruling before Judge Charles E. Ashe, enjoining the city of Houston from annexing Mag- nolia Park, and holding both the Houston election and the law under which it was held invalid.
Mayor Oscar Holcombe of Houston went to Dallas Wednesday night to at- tend a meeting of the directors of the Texas centennial exposition without carrying out his threat that he would take action to have the annexation appeal abandoned. Should City Attor- ney Sewall Myer- get a reversal of Judge Ashe's ruling, the turbulent political life of Magnolia Park may be- come one of Houston's problems, after all, as the city election of April will take effect once the legal stumbling block is cleared by action of the higher courts.
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Cont'd from Pg. Itasca and Waxahachie retort- ed a light rain. Rains ranging from one to three inches have fallen in the last two days over a radius of 50 miles from here, breaking a drouth of six months. This is the first rain of any consequence since Decem- ber, and was badly needed. Cold weather was also experienced with the thermometer dropping to County Agricultural Agent J. Graham made a trip around El Campo Wednesday and stated that crops were not yet suffering, though corn needed a rain at once.
This rain will permit planting to go forward again. Indications are for showers. The rain was badly need- ed and is reported general over the county.
Slow rains in this section Wednesday night and Thursday further soaked the ranges and added from a half inch to an inch to the total since Sunday. The total rainfall for the month amount- ed to 4. The rains extended south to Manard, west to the Reagan county oil field, north- west to Sterling City and east to Winters. Rain was badly needed, and while the amount that has fallen is not near enough, it will help a great deal.
A third recent rain in Waxahachie brought the total precipitation for the trio of downpours to 1. The entire county has been blessed witty rain ranging from nearly two inches to more than three inches within the past few days, greatly encouraging those interested in virtually all lines of industry, since Ellis county is de- pendent chiefly upon cotton for its revenue. A strong wind from the north made its appearance and con- tinued really cold during Tuesday uight and Wednesday.
Straw hats and summer suits were discarded, aud furs and coats took their place. A slow drizzling rain continued all through the day, just such a rain as the farm- ers in this section are needing. Tuesday and was followed soon after with a strong norther. This was the first of any consequence at all to fall here for more then seven months, and this small amount will prove to be of very little value, as it was not enough to wet the soft plowed ground deep enough to begin planting.
Texas, April The thermometer reg- istered 56 degrees at 8 o'clock this n-orning here, three degrees lower than the temperature at 8 o'clock Wednes- day morning. Old time citizens said that 66 years ago tomorrow, all growing crops in Navarro county were killed by a hard freeze and that icecles formed at Cor- sicana. Officials made no comment on the statistics, explaining that the total for this year had been about eight million dollars above the estimate which they had used from last summer as the basis for calculation of government require- ments.
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