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Abilene Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1935, Abilene, Texas FAIR ARME B Abilene Batty Dorter OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES, WE SKETCVi YOUR WOKU) EXACTLY AS IT LIV" Fil" Leased Wires of Associated Press "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES, WE SKETCVi YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES United Press (UP) ABILENE, TEXAS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, PAGES (Evening Edition of The Abilene Homing News) NUMBER 109 Five-Power Military Pact Soi Record Population Indicated ByNew City Directory FAIL TO CLEAR BRUNO OF LADDER EVIDENCE Tied, Set Afire Bouml iviMi cord, .Mrs. Fanneltc Uivkin, was rescued from her blazing Bronx beauty parlor, after, she charged, an attempt hud been made to murder her tiecausc she refused to "gel niived up" In the Haupt- mann casi, nHoill money winch the prisoner's spout In Iier rstiibluihmcnl. WINS SUPPORT I FOR HIS ALIBI Friend Declares He Was at! Home Night Ransom Paid j FLEMINGTON. K. J.. Feb. Bruno Richard Haiiptmann's de- fense today produced support for one of his Important alibis, but lost an attempt to establish definitely j tlirtt he was not a man seen n an automobile with a ladder near the Lindbergh home on the day baby I Charles A. Lindbergh. Jr., rvas Xid- I napcd and slain. Hans Kloppenburg, u friend of Hauptmann, testified he and the ac- cused man were at. Haup'.nmnn's I home playing music the whole eve- ning of April 2. 1B32, when Dr. John F. (Jafsiel Condon fays he paid to Hauptmann in a 'Bronx graveyard the futile Lind- bergh ransom. Saw Car and Ladder. I Sebastian Benjamin Lupica, a I Princeton preparatory student in 1932. testified ho saw a man in a I darjc blue or black sedan with Mer- cer county. New Jersev, license plates near the Lindbergh estate on March 1. 1932. He said the car had a ladder In it and that it was the same ladder which police exhibited I later as the kidnap ladder He rould not. he said, idenlify tile man os Hauptmunn. On cross-ex- Abilene 9th In State Report on Employment Abilene ranked ninth among- 17 cities oS Texas reporting1 on January employment and pay- rolls to the Texas Business Rc- pnbUcalion of the Univer- sity of Texas. Only cities out- ranking Abileno irerc Houlsoii, Dallas, Snn Antonio, Fort Worth. Port Arthur. Beaumont, El Paso and Waco. With 28 establishments report- ing, Abilonc's January employ- ment stood at 1550. Figures from other cities: Galveston, 21 establishments, Wichita Falls, 41 and 801; Amarlllo, 32 and 744; Sherman, n and 671; Austin, 20 and 554; San Angclo, 31 and 271. Figyres In Franco-British Security Conference German rearmament aerial defense were reached at a Th, I, ministers of the Ino (rrr.it World ..Illrs. The dMisioi, rrpmrntcil thr first joint rtlort nt iimi towarrt of ware Inuring u, the oonrrrcnrr. 1'iimc .Illimter J, of lcrc Sir Tin Simon ,crnlrr) Endaml s sc foreljil minuter. I'lnre Lav.il (toiver I'rrs-, I'liolosi. m SPeak Listing Made Basis; For Estimated i Persons Now Residing; In Abilene Estimating Abilene s popu-' lation at a new peak of Worley's 1934-35 Abilene city' directory was being delivered ;to stibscribers toda., The esti-i' mate compare; with the 1030 federal census figures of None l.'mlcr 17 Listed, i i A new high in directory listing ii i reached, t'.ie book Including 15.240 names. Its "fattest" predecessor. In I 1929. carried names. The 1D31 edition slumped to 11.736 and the 1933 copy showed another falling I off, to 13.416. The directory contains Uie name of no person under 17 years of age. I Hence, practically all public, school students, of whom there are ap- proximately are excluded., Children of prc-school age are fig- ured nt nno'.-her 3.000. hundred thirty seven pages man os Hauptmunn. On cross-ex- VT ji ammat.tet he testified (he man had Heald GeiS Better Offer, From Eastiand, Court Tfl PUTi thirty seven pages 1 1 1 L L U n I L III I BVC in the new directory. I 1 1 I" I" I U H I IV I I IIS with the 484 pages ol I U flULll I I the last, edition. It shows that Ab- _ ilEne picked lip four new lines of to Hhuptmnnn.. Cross-examination of Kloppen- burg, who aho testified that Isador ._ Fisch brought a package to the I Hauptmann home during a farewell party, was directed toward showing that his memory was hazy. Klop- i penburg was marie to admit that he had told police after Hnuptmavin's ariest he could not remember one representative each: others have- Fewer Vacant Houses. A J? J T J _- A I Tt 1 T III Otutc? nil Fewer Vacant Houses. C3 haCeS Problem The. woney company reports a I J _ better public morale, feiver vacant ILf I a J. ft Taylor county, whose commission- Jnd, regularly jf ffj f) I 111 I ill Pill court last November said -no" at Mrs. T. A. Bledsoc. Camp continued: "Only limited funds art; avail- able so far for correction of this handicap amonij chuldrrn The crippled children's ol llie i aa Frlj j lflo, state department of etiii'. alion created by the Icfikl.nturc in 1933 and now starting to Eiir.euon, is working with the Texas scx-if.y for ol the directory arc an i- ntt> mi i i i I Ti ilene, rosters of fjovoiji-1 oranch Uttice Would Be Located Here; Governor Also Assault Count to Be Filed! he saw him in cither March or Ap- i salnry of C. Metz farm agent, incut officials in the city and suite. Suggests Lump Appropriations to Colleges Ity A'VKlalnr rrr-.o IlKKMN', Feb. quarters sale, toilay that Ger- many, on (lie basis of a prelimi- nary examination, -.vas unable to accept the new Kranco-Brillsh accord M H sloiiiN. llclchsflldirrr Miller, n French source reiwrtrit, very reserved and non-committal." Lindy In Court On His Birthday entire membership of the county': Fleeted cotton committee-men and ,r nlleriiatfs. numbering SB. They gave I'l'i-.MIriGJON. N. J., Feu. Heald a rousing massed tcslimo'it- Charles A. Ldulbrrgh al of cnnrider.re celebrated the 33rd anniversily Hclgfar.i on the new Anglo-French agreement were "not nnlavornble" lo (he scheme for regional fllr ul- HfUKTS. 11 understood, however, that Jtnly MIIS opixised to Inking on to defend liospli-n line with :i se- from nn nlr atlnrk nnd favors the wound In hh neck nnd of two pacts from Ul IILU ILUIill LCS, 111 HIP Mf'UC ,'hc veference. at the Abilene aBeney IK- v.nder of the, main the. ll'.eU. W. in An-oi, Intern Kuropo us outlined by Sir bo.ird n[ control. Simon. mulsh foreign secrc- ntei.l, to I clmmhcr o.' commerce, it E. While the session wo.-, under wav .Sre roi'UI.ATlON. P.IBC 7 Col 8 nis birlh today in courtroom action had been taken at the ______ where Bnmo Hichurd i noon HcaJd UMS state labor fcnanl. It's creation will lie slate of of of Abilene." TliolMs .U. Zonis nrnmenl will Ke occupied i-.is co'.inroom. hrliinc! Inble, and uy his dvo com on tlic third floor of the courthouse. How lie Is Paid. Taylor enmity now cninribuling SUM annually tcwnrd the salary. Balance ol his remn'nera- f'.llllrc cniployiii-iil SAN ANGELO. Jan. unemployed Fitneral were condnctrtl j tho Imreau County Clerk at San Angelo H. M. Vlnsan uf the Dniversl- nnd fnrmri- (inveriivr -s K. tiver a lilinj, SM2.00U for proiiiiiilioli l-.iid a in ipi-.-vLsiun in l.narli tilt- Unlvr-r- 'ncl1 be retiiuri-d' tity and a .-luclen'. mairli in prole..', is much lor !o the uoverKor's office. Under tlir piesr-nt phin ajijiro- i f.ice an ;isvuilt will! uuivr Authoritative Miorccs cunfirrard Noms, 24. iv.i.s to Uwt Orent Britain rlenily did not IHi- West Tcxns ll.ijiti.--'.. sanitariu :t a.m. with mi shish in Uic sitJt- of See 7. Col. 6 pnnions. Col. Homy Krockinrldce n and Col. H. Mormon Schwarzkopf COlnCS cxim- llere for B stale iKillre lirnd I slon sc'vlce- This co'.mty's appro- I 13. Tom Green countv cierk sir.re Lindbergh ivim.i Is nlwllL S400 under the av- 1908 anil n resident "here fnr 50 'J''rolLieraGO paid in oo'.inlles nenr H. The year.-. He died early Siinday. KS, Tagc 8, ol. II !iis neck. 'I'wenly i.'.itches Wtve -'e- a s LEAVING BATTLE sec 7. o Virgil Stalcup's Trial Is Started 350 Expected At Breck Oil Session Mr. Keating was the third" clerl: proposed additional appropriallou of ulml i lhe cvel" "a" work- or a. ir.onth- anrt he is d it. the. rnnri fnlr' I BHECKKiVRIDGE. Frh. 4 .7'------ j C. W. Horfnmn, ot the K'OM Oil nnd lion, rsfiinaied lodny that. ntifiui thr nmiujil merlin- of :hr Aircngth. one uoiild risp (o snj ___________ lion of in Stalcup, TPsr-s-OklJilJouia clr.'prra- do wifl-. rh? jiul-PscapR murdcv of Du-kcus coinny Shrnff W. B, ArUinr. will nnt be cm bffare lair tlii.s Clsircncp nl n rl'.nr-jcd with flip inijTclPi1. M. Mulligan. In rilstnrl ronrt. ra'.l- A tcrhnicftl nio'.ior. let rrt in I in a vvith f-IenatuvCA of 41 I iir'lin i n u uskinff thr, coinl to rr.aico ikHn. membrr of thn conrdiim- Hml plamnn? of tlir wr PBll kcrp prcscnt J before' jlpum code, willbp Ihr principal ciPrki ranrh at n PaRn B. Col. R and then county r'.rrk. wliPolvrlLslit, ft, olt) For: c 'i lair) nr.rl worked H.S :i t jiiPMrngcr tioy at THREE LOOT WIDE RANGE IN TEXAS BANK UTILITY RATES ,000 Taken at Commission Cites Rangers Start Pursuit and Complex1 Schedules CAnTHAC.E, To: i1 I lie Fir.-'. N'aiiniMl ba-ik far- iil.ir.n was t.iXen In ens- aficrnoun near thi: Ko- of .Sheriff Giuclon, wliti hml n hitn, siKlu'i! by Cmmiy Ollberi Bnlllli. Kiney v.-a.- Sunday nij-hl i Smith, nl'.il Monday Smith, lo avv.i to Capital, Keeping Guardsmen On Duty w A, Cie.rdon 3. anollier rcbelL-.on ot Ihe fl..v Jt 1 7 i 1 IVirtlnrilt rttril W y> 1 Jon js County Families Ihe v.'aiH'fi in c Cashif r A. II Ho-% Thr- rommi -ion, artlj ir-.olulion, on thr ro-.mler v.iihD'it takir.p lime lo ilir IS inlured Bv Pistol persons arc dead and 16. been litr Tjphus intl other o-.ners are senously 111 of a bafiIli-.B mother took to her ST have bed Sunday. proved negative U> date and the I tn-p-il-.1 which KA'IKS, i' Ur-S were in when r K QVCF 80 MUMOIIS ser 7 i To Texas Farmers! Woman Dies 01J return lo Washington today. I rroblcms presented by Sfl'.'.ire rx'nl mcnibors wliuni he i j "ci'iK-fii of placing; a prkv on i' la-ad, were left In the ot his lieutenants anci .101) Mute inilina- ....._, i men. DIIS i Tllc alirscd plo1 IVfCHITA F.-MIS 1 Ills ln' Mrs. A Idnu Of ii v.o> ricein- Vernon n '.ear. to Kfcp rv reduced iml- In a Wa-Mi, Hnry force ui-.dcr to rojw wi'li Culs Klrvinr H.ilr About hall oneir.nl Biiardsiricn incbilii'Tcl hy Governor Allen at It.c of j termed inMii nganiM j ilnrlilf; Ha- i'n route to Wnslii-.igton Long iMll Of Tev fron1. J. td for Hor ran- Pn c H' ib hf nt ho home of In parents. V 'r on of apparently of the riatlon'.s total .slu been confined to1 ning lo nsl: the federal department weeks at. Hodge.-, of health in Washington. D, C., to ?rlng from the 111- take hold ol the Mutation, s but so weakened that jiiiy-1 Post Mortem Examination lans expressed fear for net A atoup of physicians went lo An- lie malady Tlieir The disease starts v.ith .severe i post mortem DII the of J. T. Jed' to In a .s.i.'i- An A. A. A. Inhul.-itlnn today s.lr-. .Morrison. 2.. died pains in the neck ami back, then Morrison. In the party were Dr.1 itarlum hrre. She x.iffrred showed a of Ml.652.03 had Accon-ianirti K. "10' to develop like, typhoid fcvrr, T. Wnde Ifertrlck, Dr. Coop-1 fractures of her arm nnd bten wnt to fnrmrr.s In Texas. mulher. Morrav M.-coy, 18.
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