Abilene Daily Reporter, November 5, 1935

Abilene Daily Reporter

November 05, 1935

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Abilene Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1935, Abilene, Texas IfR i Abilene Batlp Reporter "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES, WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT EDI1 noN VOL. LV. Fun Leased Wires of Associated Press United Press (UP) ABILENE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1935- TEN PAGES (Evenlno Edition of The Abilene Morning Newt) NUMBER 127, UNDERPASS BIDS ABE OPENED Drys Score Heavily Over Wets In Both Houses STORM MENACES GULF SHIPPING Scenes Of Ruin In Helena One of the scores cf residences wrecked by the last and most violent of ihe more than 600 quakes that have rocked Helena, Mont, since October 12, the house above Is shown with reeling walls, n huge hole broken in one side, and its roof a mass of debris, with snow banked on it In the near-zero weather. Two lives were-lost in the latest trembler. Below Is a scene of ruin along one of Helena's main streets. Rogers Programs In 60 County Schools The Will Rogers memorial cam- paign in Taylor county Is moving forward on a broad front. An- nouncement Tuesday by the county Max Bentley and James Stlnson, told of plans for 60 pro- grams to be held next every school of the county. They will be held hi the rural common district schools; In the in- dependent dltsrlct .schools of the smaller townl; In the Abilene city ichooli; In Draughon's business col-' lege, St. Josephs academy, McMurry college, Abilene Christian college, and Hardln-Slmmons university. Tuesday, November 12, the day after Armistice Day, has been set as the time. Speakers Available Stlnson went Into the southern part of the county to Tuacola, Ovalo, Eradshaw, Lawn and Buffalo Gap, to confer with school superintendents, who .hove bscn See ROGERS, Ftft 10, Col, E May Run As High A Two Are Killed, 125 Injured MIAMI, Nov. freakish tropical storm which lash ed the Florida winter playgroun Monday struck out Into the Gulf o Mexico today, carrying threat damage to shipping. In its wake were four dead, 12 Injured, much property loss. Esti mates ran as high as The a.m. weather bureau ad ylsory placed the storm's center 8 miles west, northwest of Key West In the giilf. Its force had somewha diminished, but it was attended b: shifting gales, probably of hurricani force at the center. Rips Lower Peninsula The hurricane tore across the low- er peninsula, battering Miami, MI ami Beach, Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Hollywood, Olympia, and other communities of the Wintei Playground area. Houses were un- roofed, trees uprooted, and heavy seas and torrential rains floodee streets and buildings near the wa- terfront. CGmrmmleatiGus the Reporter COLORADO, NOV. A. s. Mnuzey overruled a motion of the) defense for continuance of the C. W. (Chicken) Green murder trial !n 42nd district court Tuesday morn- Ing, arid at noon 'ten Jurors had. been selected. The continuance was sought Mon- day morning on the plea that two important defense witnesses could not be reached, and the special ve- nire of 108 summoned for the trial was excused until 9 a. m. Tuesday. Forty-one talesmen had been ques- tioned when the tenth Juror was named at p. m. Jurors selected are C. M. Stub- blefldd, J. H. McCullough, B. S. Cooper, J. ,'A. Ferguson, D. C. Stub- Wcfield, C. M. Vest, L. A. Strain, R. E. Beal, W. O. Farrar, John Mc- Gutre. Green Is charged with murder in connection with the death of Envln Woellert. fatally shot at Green's dance hall at Snyder last May 30. The case Is being heard In Colorado on a change of venue. flolloway Faces Liquor Charges SWES7TWATER, Nov. eft Holloway of Merkel, charged with transporting liquor, waived e.t- mlnlng trial today before Justice Peace Shook here. His bond was ct at Holloway was driver of a machine which was In collision Monday near Trent with another i.utomoblle in which Wiley E. Smith and Robert 'arper of Caddo Mills were riding. mlrh was killed instantly. Two cases of liquor were found in lolloway's wrecked automobile. He s taken Into custody by Sheriff D. Lambert upon release from a weetwater hospital where he was reated for bruises and minor In- urles. Cases Heard at Balrd BAIRD, Nov. The casa f Fred Tabb, on trial since Mon- ay on a charge of urivlng an auto- noblle while intoxicated, was ex- jected to reach the Jury in 42nd Istrlct court this afternoon. Argu- lents were being heard during the lornlng. Tnbb was charged after e struck an automobile belonging So Fred Horn, the crash resulting la ijurlcs to Colonel Dyer, Four pless of guilty were henrd Judge Milbum S. Long, Monday efcndanh and sentences assessed ere: C. B. Chllricrs, driving while toxlcatccl, fine and right to rive a car revoked for 90 days: Johnnie Tranthnm, Uirglary, three years suspended; R. E. Starr, burg- lary, three years suspended; James Walcott, alias Jnmes Savage, two years. Criminal cases will be heard again Wednesday. ;

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