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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 10, 1935, Abilene, Texas                                 Sbilme Bailp il^eporter  “WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES, WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES”—Byron  voirLIV. Full Leased Wires of Associated Press (W) United Press (UPl ABILENE. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10. 1935- TWELVE PAGES (Evening Edition of The Abilene Morning News) NUMBER 156  Deadlock On Repeal Issue Looms  ♦ *  Franco-Russian Military Pact Is Shaping Up TRENT WOMAH^  Ready For Thugs  A gleaming: revolver, hobtered for a quirk draw, rests on the hip of Barbara Leonard, film actress, as she goes about Hollywood, a ehallenge to jsangsters who bound her in a bathtub and serawied a “last warning*’ on her back, after once nefore robbing and beating her. Police and T. S. agents are on the trail of the thugs.  im  Accuses Bruno  The Re^. Michael .1. Kallok, below, pastor of a t atholie ehureb at t udahy, Vlilwaukee suburb and formerly of Trenton, ,N. J„ asHcrtfd he had often Bruno llauptmann n» »r the Lindben.h editate. ( Awn’iated Press Photo.)  J[|[ Eastus Sues To Confiscate Land On Which Still Seized  NCEON PflRlEÏ  Britain Also Would Be  Pressed To Join Other sentences and «nés at the winter ed guilty to five months in Jail and  Powers In Mutual Assistance Alliance  S[ SINS  "in ]  IT  J  Farm Home Is Destroyed: Explosion of Lamp Is Believed Cause  Suit for confiscation ol a 160-acre tract of laud on the Roy Hill ranch near Aspermont, in Stonewall county, where a huge still was confiscated February 6. 1934. w'hs filed In federal court here by U. S. District Attormy Clvde ERatu.s. Hill and two others, Cecil E. David.son and Harry' Jones, were given Jail  ond suit filed, a similar one having been entered in the Dallas federal court lust month for confi:ication of a S40.000 home and 80 acres of land near Dalla.s Judge William H, Aiwcll sentenced Hill, who contested the case, to ten months in jail and a $1.000 tine and Ihvvidson and Jones, who plead-  term of court here, upon conviction for violation of the internal revenue laws.  Serving notice on bootlegers and property owniers that building.s, land or other property used in unlawful manufacture, possession or tians-poitatlon of Intoxicating whiskey is liable to confiscation by the government, Fastius satd he is planning to  Ute  34-50, revenue act Thi  (Copyright, 1935, By AP)  STRESA, Italy, April 10.—  France’s move to put teeth in the league of nations covenant by agreements to employ force    iibei    staj,  for the maintenance of Euro- "    ^    ^  pean peace created a sensation here today.  Officials gathered for toraor row’s tripartite conference in terpreted the proposal to mean that France regards the political situation in Europe as dan gerous as a consequence of Germany’s repudiation of the  of edion 1 the sec  $500 fines, at the hisi term of court.  Government HgenUi confi.scatcd two 500-gallou Stills, a 300-g«Ilon .still, two lOO-galloii stills, gasoline and water pumps when they visited the Hill ranch in February a year ago.  Ncnt to Reformatory Two Oklahoma City youtlvs. Char-Ir.v Edward Nelm.s and D ibcri i'*iank Stiuth, were sent to the F.l  Reno. Okla., rctormatory uixin ple;i.-of guilty to transporting a stolen automobile.  The pleas were entered this morning b fore Judge Atwell, following inalciment of the pair yesterday by the 4iand Jury of Fort Worth federal district court. The case was transierred here for hearing,  Nelm.s and Smith, both 17. were arrested in pas.ses.sion of the car March 21. at Big Spring. The car. a V-8 sedan, had been stolen the day before from J. J. Ijockett in Oklahoma City. The youths told the court they had decided to make a i trip to California, and tjvken the ' i-qv tor that purpo.se.  The reformatory lerm.s were for a  STÄNO Pft  Special to the Rcporiet.  TRENT. April 10— Mrs Clarence Duncan, wife of a tenant farnier, was burned to death when a ftve-room funn home was destroyed by fire, suppast'dly cmisod by explosion wPCCIal of a lamp, early this inorninR.  Mr.v. Duncan was In the hou.se alone nt the time of fire Her hiui-Hnpn    ^alnnnc    W    n ll    I    H    band had arisen about 4 oiioik,  upen    Odioons    W    O ll    l    U    dresMxi and gone  to milk the cows While milking in  the cow-lot behind the barn he no-  «TTciratTiLT * M    / * T»\    A    abuvc thc Iwrii and  AUSTIN, Apnl 10. (AP) —A    flame.s    He    w,vs  possible deadlock over submis- unable to reach Mrs Duncan, and sion of repeal of state prohibí- her body v\as burned beyoml roi tat-  before her liusbaiul and  ys  ISON  S  Dual Submission Plan Rejected By Senate:  Be Prohibited  Commission Of Five To Investigate Brutality Charge  See C OI UT Page 11, t oi. 6  Texans Treated To Assorted Weather  »xciumujf a 1 epuuutiiuii oi me    —'—    i-v i    Doin    cinH    \A/ i lY H  military clauses of the treaty of Lewis    Cei’nOCh    Convicted LiuSl.    ndlll    ailO    ÏV 111 0  Missing Tot  Police and vigilant«-* conducted a l.ouM*-fo-house s«*arch over a wide Cbiearo area after Richard Alax Pen.>l, 4. below, was lielicv-ed ahdiM ted by a maniac kidnaper. I h< lad. a mute shu e birth, vanished .April 4, after vis-Itlr.g a candy shop with an overall-clad man, who eluded pursuit in a erottded street.  Versalles.  I>uee Wants Aelion  Observers also construed the move as signifying that wliatever other nation-, may do. France and Russia are determined to go ahead with a pact of mutual military a.s.sist,ance.  A.s premier Mussolini is known to want realities instead of glowing phra.se.s as Uie fruit of tlie Htresa coiivers«iion.s the impres-ion here P  I < t .    .    O    ^ U(  bring powerful pre* .iii - ?o brm- on Great Britain’s .statesmen to join in a concrete program It l.-c generally regarded that they will press for an agreement to use force for the preservation of Europe'.s peace within the meaning of tJie sanction. provl.sion:    of    the  League of Nations coveneni.  Prance s ob,ie<’tive was .seen a.s an attempt to restrain Germany in the event Of a military gesture or putsch In Meniel or Austria, for "xampte, and definitely bind the powers In an armed front again.st Germany in the event of an unequivocHl German Hggres.sion.  The Praneo-Riu sian initiative Is j believed in informed circle', to prove ' the determination of the two nations to make the league covenant a living reality and by the same token fortlfv the Kellogg pact outlawing war.  I’here i.? now* before the league a re.solution to harmonize the Kellogti nact with the league covenant. The South American anti-war pact advanced by Argentina also will be studied in this connection.  Swiftlv^ moving evenl.s indicate ‘ that the Stre.sa parleys will have a powerful influence on the deague’s destiny. Both France and Ru!*-sia are basing their foreign policy on Geneva, with Ma-cow recently  See STRES.A Page 12, < ol. 2  Houston Barker Gets Life Term  SAN ANGELO, April 10.—u1*,— Houston Barker, arrested here  In Killing of City Marshal at Granger  AUSTIN, April 10.- 'UP'-Lewi-, Cernoch, faimer, must die in tlie electric chair for .slaying W. J. lind-->e\ , city umr.'hal of Granger, the  Reported: Kansas Soil Again Blowing  SAN ANGKLO. April 10 -Ralniall Rmuunfing to one Inch at Ballinger. 1.21 inehe,* at Coleman and .47 im it at Brownwood w reixntetl Iw« this marnlng. San  ft  1  3  ft  D  •■-our* of criminal apiteaL ruled to-’ Angelo rvrf ivtü only .04 inch, and  day m dgnymg a moiKr.) to niiear hi:, case.  Cernoch was convicted ol murder by a Williamson county jury . Hie conviction prevtou.sly ha-s bi'cu affirmed.  The high court today aLo ovci -ruled a moiiun to rehear the oaNe of C. E. Heictingsfelder Sr.. Hou.s-ton attornr'.v’ con\icted of embe/.-sihng $34 50t> from Mrs. Adele Pipkin of Beaumont and New York. Ht al"0 war couyicted by a William-son county jury  Life sentence given Jcs.s William.s, alias Johnnie Bowman, in Greg*; county on a robbery (iiarge was affirmed. The court affirmed the conviction of J. W. Sparkman in Gregg couipy on a charge of tran.s-portlng motor fuel and gasoline under fal.se billing. Sparkman was fined $500 .ind sentenced to 60 days in jail.  MotioiLs jor reliearing.s were denied William Henry Jones, sentenced to 20 years on a murdtr conviction m I>mtou county: and Arthur 1,0'ils Brown, .sentenced to life on a burglary ronvicilon in Tarrant counP’ Brown wa.s convicted under il.c habitual criminal statute.  Alleged German Spy Is Arrested  rain 'loud' appannily pa.-ssed other surrounding territory.  up  Rangers Make Thorough Investigation At Corpus Christi  PARIS, April 10    'UP'—Edward  Bernhuber, alleged by police to be i mates of the director oi German e.spiomigt We.  KANSAS CITY. April 10    A  “gully-w;+ihing ” rain hotxd for in the dust-nilden plains area* today j dn‘ not fall. Snow and-sliowers were report«*d in some beciions.  A pall ol (last enveloped central and western Kamsas.  Harry Wahlgren. a iecteral wcalh-♦T ob-server in Oklahoma, predicted new diLst st. ini.s on the way and abo a 20-dtgree teinpiTature drop in the stat'; Wdore tomorrow.  Uu.Hl eonimiied In .southea.dern Colorado aitbougli ottier porLi"n& of the state h ul rain or .snow .  Snow, rain and dust were n |k>i1-ed from Nenra.ska  Dust was blowing in Uic I’e.xa-Panhandle and plains area  H'ALY. Tex.. Apr. 10    <UP' High  winds tore ihrougn .soiiilierii Elhs county toria,., wrecking building* and uprooimg trees. No ra-,iuilties were reported immediately.  One of Mu children ol J. H He ter. who liv s In a large furm re.si-dence own«:! by Tcxa.s Ciiri.tlaij unlver.Mty, wa* blown out ol l>ed ! and through a window into a ftetd. but was not hurt .s«niou.sly The house was meckeii  Brick builCiings in Iial.\ bu i-Uftss .seclton were damacd and ' Hwnlng*- torn to shred Pomi r lines were blown down No e-ti-he damage were a>aila-  in Parb, wa.s arrested today and' The wind wa.s followi-d by a heavy  March 7 while fleeing a po.se of of- ^’h^rged with trvim: to a.scertain de-  rain.  ficer.s, was tentenced at Rankin yesterday to life imprl.sonmeni on a charge of robbery with firearms. He was .scheduled to go to trial today on a rhuige of assault with intent to muiTier C R Vail, Mc-Camey con.stable.  He had previously been smtenc-  taihs of pixisibl'“ French military agreements Tire aiTest whs made as Pi' inic r Pierre Etienne Flandin and Forei^m Minister Pierre Laval left tor the Stresa armaments «oniercm e  »*olice charged that Bernhubei wa.s specially intercsied m auv iml-  d tier  cd at Bro'vrwood to 10 years, Pecos iiary agreement with Au trla. and for 6 years and Dallas for 25 yeais had inve.stigated the i)o.s.sibi!Hy ol on robbery clmrge.s.    a royalbt coup In Haiicr.  PRESIDENT GOES IN HUDDLE WITH AIDES OH RELIEF PLAN  Set-Up to Handle Vast Expenditure f^t to Be Announced For Several Days: Board May Include Six Men  < I I B Mi ti INC. I'OMIOM I)  WASHINGTON. April 10 d l’a king ai’tive eontrol of t h«- $4 ,880 -000.00 work and relief program into hb owm hanrio. Prciiidert RofsPveli called time out today for h .series ot conferences befoie going sliead with the v.yst vfiiture imo what Rexford G Tugwell ciiUs ■ unrd ecrnomy.” Ahhoiati ir. ny in th. capi'al haa exiai ted an aimounccmeiu of the la w .idmii ‘,,tn:tlve set-'ip .soon after the pre.*,idcrit‘v return Ut the ;'*p-lla! vesierdav tlie White Huusc.  Anr.ounc'mciah.s made todav oi | made plain no ar.noum'emem would myi'Ci    'poi!'*mP!i'    ot    e‘‘l    .    hr forthcoming for .scvcal dH «  mg 'i    1    :    'Is    ftcv.iiiis;    club    Asidt'    from    •    ■- «'U; 'lo.-ure l;ial Ih:  whu. A,.    )■'    uul' n to uu< t Tmii..- . Ixiard to aunum. »cr tlie fund migut  with Mlik. Hetiry omckiand.    i number more than half * rtoaen  men, with Mr Roo.sev«'lt ,r u. i" tive chairman, officials would no! comment. It w'as said in informed sources, however, that thief nu'n sure to have piared on the bow id :uc Mans L Hopkins, rebel aflimnis-tralor; Harold I. Ickcs publlf works administiaLoi, and Dr Tug-well. uiidcr.scin lui y of »g! iciiiture.  Tugwell made a speech in Ro-ciie*ier, N Y., last nighi in winch he "explored the geographv ol what vonlri !>' r idled the third e. momv tin' phcre which la’lonc m ,t| to pnvso pr-‘ht nor oi    "    sii  k.«r RLLIH I’iMie If < ol 7  By United Ihcs.s  P’rost and near in « zing were expedcu to return to : L' Tr..-fth Panlmndl.* tonight a . inii .. received aiio’liet major .sett)a'T.  Cooler weather wh* expecoo to extend over lua I ol Hie . 1- lo-lUght with the exc«'piion ol Ho gulf c(m.st re'non.  Man Iiiiured In  February Crash Siiceiiinbs Here  JullU' Wt, hi 4:* nf ttai, ■* Woo was Inmretl m automobile ariu-tieiit near h' te on Febriar'. 18 du'd at the Wf“U '!e Baptr t .o dal -  8 30  '.p ni :ind n,p VHht  Hieir from  CORPUS CHRI8TI. April 10 L' The Corpu Chri .tl Culler .says At-’ torney Geneial r -rl Nesbiti ha. or dered lex.*-, ranger* to conduct a; thorouglt uivesiu:;\tion into alleged | election frsr d in Hie city election ^ licld here In- wo*'k.  The Caller -uid liangcr Al All' c had been macrd in full charge of the invc'ife ation. Ottier rHicgers here are Zeno SmiHi and C W. Willam.son. None of Uie ranger.s would eontmn nor deny the rejxirt, the iicw.-p.'iMr :.ald  However Sheriff Witiiain Sli'iv fatid Ailee conferred with him la .i night foiicerning the inve.stigatlon. 8hel\ .said he pledged his co-operation.  Dr. H R Gile.’- mayor, and the new city council were in.slaUcd today. A. R. Mace re.signed as ikjIK c chief yp.steroay and the attitude ol the eity poUee regarding tlie iine;-ligatlou wa.s not learned.  Rangers have treen here siia e s' v-eral day* lielore the elecUoii, otie ol  See PKOItl. Page II. ( ol. X  New Const it lit ion Plan is Defeated  AUS'I'IN. April lU —'UP' hro-po.scd drafimK of a new eonstilu-tlou for Textt,* in lb centennial veai wa.s killed today by vote of the i liousc of repre.nenl allve.s. The resolution to submit the que.stlon to submit the quesuon to jxipular vole received only 33 aye vr>ies to 91 noes  "It s dead a a dooinaii ’ said Stieakei Coke Slevfii.son announcing the ri'stili«  Ranger Raiders Aetive In Kilgore  tion loomed in the Texas legis lature today when the house instructed its conference com mittee to adhere to the house dual submission plan, previous-1 ly rejected by the senate.  ' strong opp*>sltU)n wa.s inanUe.slto jthc motion to instnul the hou-c {confcree.s, but prohibitionist.* joln-Cfl with .some wets to carry llic proposal, 75 to ;>8 Under the hou. ' plan the electorate would vote both on straight rep<'al and on repeal , with a mundalory state monopoi/  ! over liquor  The senate had m.slrueted Us committee to bring m an amend-' ment that would bar ot>eu .saloons.  A majority of the senate conferees was regardei as favorable to sub im.ssion of siiRiglit refieal with the legislature to have a free hand in regulating tlr* liquor traffic. T'wo .senate committeemen favored the house proposal.  Tlie housc propasiUon axloptcd,  134 to 7. was del rated tn tlie .senate b> Ihici' voles.  RepresenlrtlisI' Allred Pet. cli of Frederickxburg, an antl-prolnbltion-iht, offered the motion to nistniet He asserted 20 members of the .senate, a two-third.s iiiHjority, would vote lor the house le.solu-tion if It W! s rewritten ami clarified,  "We migh' a.s well no! hH''> a conlerence coinmtttee If W'e are going to hog tie the members. ’ Representative Kenneth McCalla of HoiLston asserted.    ,    ^  MeCalla . seiitiment.s were echoed i 1”^*'^’^ by Representative It. I'inmett Mor-e of Hou.ston, chief of the hou. e prohibition repeal lorce "'rhe huu.se plan ts lair to ta»in .sides and Um’ iieople have a ngnt to determine what system they want to replaee piohtbilion. Hepre.scnta-tivc Herman Jone.* ot Deeatur s«id.  nit ton  neighlior.s. allnu ted to the st cnc, could gel to her  Hie farm, owued b.\ J is Armour, is two nul< oulhwe.st of Trent.  Mr.-v. Duncan wr. tin tonner Marv Jones, dauchti'r ot .Mr and Mrs. M. I», Jone.s ot Trent TT*' Duncans had been mariu-d ai)om tour years and had no children,  Biiri;*! ts, set toi 4oc1(mL the e.ft-erm»on m Hie Trent cemetery. Rev. W, B Rectes, Mcthoiii.d minusler. will oHIclate  AUSTIN. April 10. g The Tex-a': house ot representatives today RUthorr.'i'd .( -pivial commLs,sion of five to mvcstmate report.s of bni-lalUy to convicts on state pn.son iarm.s  The rcsnluTon ve* auuplcd without comm’ III (.'I ottposUion. It wha mlroduced bv Representative Kenneth Mt'C'aiiii of Houston following a controversy in winch certain prison board member,* charged convicta at «1C retrieve lann were brutally Heaten and nnsliTat<’it The chargrs were denied bv otlu’t- member.s of the pr>on. hoH'd juid by Lee Simmons. pi ison c nrr d inaimgfi.  .An in,;’ iHoition by Ranger Captain Fred Mel>aniol hL the request of Governor .lames V Allred failed to Hiibstantlale tlie allegattons.  AMENDED AAA FD WANTS HIS BILL FAVORED PROGRAM OK’d  Faces Doubtful Future Senate and House  In  Word Passed That He Will Not Scrap Bills  WASHINCVI'G.N. Api il !0— tv -1 ht .seii.n*’ ,miaul!i:t' ; ommitter Ulritu Hpiirovetl the AAA nmei d-meiiL bill, storm (< nicr of the laM .se.s.Mon of longre.ss. afUi «’'.irtailmg .some ot Rf'cretarv Wallto e * jwiweis to control tjirm luoducimn a. pio-vtded in the oru'mal m; e ine.  the bill I " 11!’*; a '* -ubtlul lulure on tlie .‘»nate and hou.-*' ll*>or, .'■till would give int’i*. eel i;ow’t to the agneultuie -e.ietarv wnieh In- contends i' nix’es;.aiv if Hie nation i> to avoid relurnm:' to the •foitnei III atiandoniiu auneiilîme to Hie ruthle toirr o! individual ism "  The house agnciilrme «cmnUee ome report oil tin- bill but i''«ail'‘d it 'Tlu* .*011111. commit U’<* Imik no Ktord vot. but .S’-naUij Moore <D NJ' wa under .t'Kid to have joined in a loud no' on a vou’c vote •|lK' mol iiiHK)itani re-lrirlive  *  VV A; HTN« - T< ' Ap. i lb • T -t’.HiU 1’. .vitid ,.u, II' from tlu VS re H.’    • ’<x.o t“ d Trr.si-  dent R'vv**\ U >i>* col Hire will en ict all hi. b’g .IkUvp prosrram at Mns M' r-Mur,  I 'Thl;; development tollowed a dls-rli uire (We.-I e at ■> thatdemo-(’lalie h adei cm 'erned over Uie slow- pir.'M' i’oi    '( -i h;'> marifc' on  a.lmmtetiatioii li    .IrUoc were cem-  -IdiM’iiia --king the prr-ident tf>  * r.'i) uoi. i.»ntrovei’dal measures i till the next ‘. ,-.-mn.  In 111', tir I, »Ml '-\a ’!ifoii conier-enre with congrt Moiu.l le.«drr last nmht. Hu |-'csulf'nt look hi, staml 'oi '-.-i' I’.n.s..; tn (ongo- lr.,t his liwistenee sla.iild    prolun the .ses-  ■ston until AugiL' t. or September.  Ho todai Ihr    pr-v’riun of the  M’f RCID.sFVn I l‘axe 11. C «1. 6  Roof oi Theatre  Falls; 10 Killed  Daughter Born To Local Couple  A daughter wa iKirn to Mr. and Mr- iXKl.son Hroyles, 2442 HouHi ! Kltth .tre« t, 'I'ue.*day afU rnoon al ; the West 'Texa BapU.st sanitarium. Mr Hroyle., u, a meinb«*r of the ineehanleal lorce of the Abilene Rc-l>orli‘r-Ne'« >  The baby i; a grandchild ot Mr * D C Bro' 1» .* ol Famt lita k ami ' of Mr, and Mr% D F l.argcnt ot Kklorado, GKla She hi»‘ Ixen lutmed FrttlUîa Juia  Martha Fender, daughter of Mr ami Mr H. A. Fender 1629 NoilJj SiH’oml: and Mr... D I*. Conley ul • Ruby, who hies b+en in the imspital ?!>nu’e Feb 20, liatl tonsilectom- | Other p. lient a a red Fercv While, five At old .on of Mr.amY Mr.s. W. W While Tu.M’ola surgery Mi’.s, James Giifim Gold;-bo!o nu i ical. Dr W W Agnrw. McCaim major surg- r: : J A Akin, Clydt roule 2. tre ument. Mrs W, L Fielder, Browalleld rouU- 5, tP’ d meni . Mrs idiaries A. Ke.s.sk r. 1849 ooulh Flfiii, Mrs, H. D. Warren. Monday, Norman Coffee, CtHlon wood, and Mr,' Miume Reed, Guion. major siirgi ry.  See \\\ hil l* l’i»Ke II, Col. 6  Esker Curtis to Coach At Breck  BHF'Kl’iNplDCF    Ap'd    10    T»  F ,ker cm    I ol F.l( (I    I m    h clu ol  UkI-.v ■ .    11. I.' d 1 »    ' I, 1    coai !i    ol  Brei ki'iiru i.ii-o ■ i.o'-'    U('i<    t-  nig F F. F .! ,i !l no I  Iti id ( oH< liin;    job    at  (1 11    l;UT. rl* mentor  I , ll    .timol. at ei pled  im-iii .till Hi!  ((•pled til»' I imgvii at Ritlig» 1 term "f '•  I CAN'l'GN Chiivu April 1(1    »    .    ■  Al leit’-l 10 ja r <»m were killed and I mor«' than 50 rlously injured lo-daV n the eoll;.i» e of the rmd ol th* C;ipt! 1 thea're Many women and :r»n were among the I v;eiiin  The de.id an*! m]ur«’d trapped t)> tp‘ f Till ’ I’fHil, were rrushed enll -    *    I jjj.jij iti, t;v L am. Firemen ex-  tr leu led seOicv  The iiild’.enee ua* wilue *l!lg » matinee I'hibiiion o! a Chinese Uilklng pit Tin  Alimony Suit ol no Ballots Cast,  Fay Webb Dropped oiily Candidate  Is Not Elected  I O! ANt.FI-HK Apnl 10 ]• r W» bb V dice lod.i' di''p: * =i h- -I    'lie l.i‘ idiiuiiii:.    ''UU    f    ,t Í d,  Hik»' Viil'” ii’-'i .nel • h Mt leadi’i  1», I, (’ol.    , U< S    ob!,(..i-  ed Horn .Y-ip i Kii- Co    .Jü"    "    D'<d  lev Val» mil, d,.!'! li ol ’in a’.;-lion    Wllb’iii! 1)1 i'jiliiii I',    ahleh    jiel  mil.    Mr.* V.'llee lo f    iih'    Hi    aii.v  tarn  KiNí’.í i'-nn u TomM'C(i . I m [' ’bool  hut, w ? t v  n bin    t    >'  1 lit ill* ' I; n  <11  Ap”i 10 onl cu’.dldaie ^ U lion here No one. not J I,-. '«■ Claude ^ Tl Ctrl', ovt’i  n -trnln;  turn Wertm  o'eifX’k  Mr Wru’t re. ' i’ «-.'i h ¡n*. ' H iH’ck vertebt'M m H »* fo'cidei be.' tl .11 '!.’ h ' p tul ' .ut.shHp rx'cii'iefl oi, idulm-'i  ol Abilene n. W'riglT m d Campbell wtir ccpi.r!iiiy loi horn»', 'Tie ■ h.-d (... .c here  KH.CIORF. April 10 —oT. iiovei -nor Allred ' ounpaign agiilnst liquor and :znnibllnK ii&s moved into the oil fii'l-!    ,  Five lannr , bd bv C.<lJtam 'I'om R. 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