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   Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1927, Abilene, Texas                                THE ABILENE MORNING SUNDAY MAY PAGES Volume 1 FOREiGNTLiERS HOP OFF FOR AMERICft m x K X X ft ft X XX X Moody Orders Probe Of Reporters Arrest At Borger Southern Church Meet At Louisville Ends Delegates Guests At The Beeches By The Associated Press May Objectionable gamb marriage and mob the Mississippi flood and prohibition were discussed in the report of the commission on social service made to the Southern Baptist convention to The report attacked the Ken tucky derby and betting on race tracks as one of the most popular and demoralizing forms of gambling which still exists in states and cities in cluding Kentucky and Louis where we Seek The sporting and lawless ment will be here from parts of the the reporfr From this scourge the people of this city and state fre vently desire to be The report lauded the of crusader against racing for his heroic and sacrificial and pointed out that leading candidates of both major political parties of Kentucky are openly committed against legalized race track gamb During the year a good deal of activity has been shown by public officials in different localities look ing to the suppression of obscene and vicious Diligence in invoking existing federal laws for the suppression of such literature was We emphasize again the para mount importance of the marriage relation as the basis of all that is sacred In our life and social the report stated after citing statistics by the department of com merce on the number of Mobs Disappearing KATHUnLE LOST BY FARM LAI AFTER FOURTEEN DAYS Of ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION By The Associated Press May farmer lad who had been kept alive more than two weeks by artificial respira died early The youth had been kept alive felt were fast drawing their cur tains about by the work of his raising and lowering his arms to force air into his lungs which collapsed April when he was about to undergo an operation for a dis located April when he was about to ing spells during his long and medically strange but each time he rallied and with surpris ing cheerfulness and courage again looked forward to the Death came at six oclock this 378 hours after he first ceased to breath As death stalked before the eighteenyearold lad smiled encouraged his and with heroic had stood tire lessly by his bedside as human pulmotors and now and then he spoke to his family of the mysteries of the life after which he1 The lads illnessreverts to May when he was injured in an automobile although seriously ill for a he return ed to but months later a combination of incidents caused his body to become By The Associated Press May second failure here in recent weeks of artificial respiration to save a life after sustaining it over a period of several days came last night in the death of Harry after he had been kept alive 66 hours by pulmotor Several weeks ago Albert suffering from Landrys died after working in had kept him alive nearly 100 hours by maintaining his respiration through pressure on his Ye are the salt of the PROBE CAUSE OF EXPLOSION R NEW YORK Seven Eighteen Are Hurt In Office Build ing Blast By The Associated Press NEW May were being made today to discover the cause of the explosion that wrecked the Yellow Taxlcab com panys two story concrete building on East 23rd street killing seven employes and injur was alarming prevalent a few years ago has almost which is a source of great the report said on that A most encouraging evidence as to the growing sentiment against mob violence and in favor of or derly government is the conviction of eleven members of a mob charg ed with lynching a man in Coffee We hope the courts of all states may stand firm and may be loyally supported by A public sentiment until no partici in mob violence may go un The Mississippi flood Is the great est in the history of the country bringing widespread suffering and need within the bounds of the con Such a the re port makes heavy draft but it is well for us to be reminded that every such calam ity brings a great opportunity to magnify the spirit of Proper response to appeals will re veal the church as the mightiest and most generous of all relief agencies In every Attack Senators The report recommended that we condemn as a prostitution of official authority the action of a committee of the United States sen ate having taken possession of the books and correspondence of the AntiSaloon League of Ameri ca allowed Intentionally unin tentionally these books and corres the lawless and corrupt liquor organizations and to bs exploited the AntiSaloon League and the world eague against the dele thousand Chatanooga convention city by gates Four persons attended the i May Dele gates to the Southern Baptist con vention were guests today at Tne where the largest theo logical seminary in the world is maintained by the Southern con The Southern Baptist BAPTISTS 4 Carroll vice president of the i who was absent from the building at the time of said a large emergency gas heater had been located in the ruined portion of the but doubted whether this caused the He said there were no explosives stored in the build The shock was so terrific that of persons rushed from shaking nearby houses and Blocks of concrete and timbers were torn from the walls and doors by the crash and at least 25 men and women in the eastern half of the building were plunged through the wreckage of the first floor into the Seven girl steno graphers and five crushed to death or drowned in the basement which had filled with water from a main that burst un der the weight of the debris Possibility of the presence of strangers in the building at the time caused a continuance of search for The dead are Elizabeth 20 Florence Frank and William Weeks Building Reaches Sets New Record Building last week reached the highest peak of the year when permits aggregating were issued by city building The years total climbed to less than the total at the close of With several large projects to be indications arethat May permits will reach lopping off of thedecrease from last years Permits aggregating were issued the building The permits were dences and for two resl 418 2150 clerk Charles chief clerk and Garlea The condition of several of the injured was serious Boy Is Drowned In Lake Wichita WICHITA May 10yearold son of and Walter drowned In about seven feet of water near head of Lake Wich ita shortly after 7 oclock Saturday when he became frighten ed while attempting to cross a narrow channel in company with an older The father of the youth a local realty firm and Is presi dent of the Texas Association of Reiil Estate OFFERED POST By The Associated Presi May of will be tendered appointment as state banking com when term of Charles Austin Moody Mid By The Associated Press May out of court of law suits Involving brought by John against the Ford Motor was annouced to day by Edward coun sel for Terms of the settle ment were not made The suits involved seven contracts covering construction pay ment upon which Blair alleged had been refused by the Ford company alter the work had been Pooling Of Oil Interests Asked By Texas Operators By The Associated Press May oil interests and elimination of com petition In the of offset wells was discussed here today by about ten operators with head of the oil and gas division of state railroad Governor Dan Moody probably will be asked to submit proposed changes in the oil and gas conserva tion laws to the fortieth legislature in special session beginning May as result of the conference which will be completed late There has never bssn an other sermon like the Sermon on the because the Man who preached besides being was the true Son of As the voice of His He offered to the faithful the ultimate of reward when He called them the salt of the In the one Ye are the salt of the Christ called to as His chosen those who were the happiest and best of the worlds They were the the the the hungerera and thlrsters after the pure In the selfsacri They were His true saving and preserving society from He they were as valuable as In using that our Lord spoke the language of His From the farthest times salt has played a mighty part in the worlds Christ knew from experience that eat ing salt together sealed an ob ligation to tax placed by primitive govern ments upon it often was adulterated with white Our Lord had In mind when He spoke of the salt that had lost Its You can never convince the son of woman that his mother has lost her To others she may appear the worldliest of women and on the surface seem get to the heart of as he has and It will be found that she Is pure As salt preserves food from seasoning It and making it wholesome and ac so mother purifies the society In which ehe moves counteracting every corrupt Today is Mothers and we have this thought about it As men used to travel long distances to get feeling that life were worthless without so today will a man go any journey to see his another and feel his life done If he find her As our primitive fore fathers felt that the presence of salt made the land holy and near so we modern men feel that with our mothers we are in the presence of the Red roses are today for those whose mothers are living white roses for those whose mothers have departed to that mansion In the Happy the man who can today wear a rose that is red TORXADO ANOTHER By The Associated Press SAN May Another victim was added to the Rock Springs tornado death toll Saturday when Georgia died of injuries received In the at the Robert Green hos This death brings the total for the storm to TEXRS IS BY PressOfficer Harmony Restored In Oil Boom Town Following Con ference By The Associated Press May Thorough investigation of the arrest of Victor Bor ger newspaper last night by Texas Ranger suspended today by order of Moody for the rangers part in the affair and for his alleged attempts to suppress reports of the tonight was started by the ad Eanger Captains Prank Tom Hickman and who were expect ed to arrive in Borger probably will lead the investi Orders Suspension Moody today ordered an Investi gation and the suspension Cum re ceived claiming Wagner was ar rested without charges snd not given opportunity to make bond be cause of a newspaper story he hjd written concerning the who are patrolling the Panhandle oil boom In a lengthy the gov ernor declared he did not intend to meet lawlessness with lawless ness when hrt sent rangers to Bor er severely condemned Wagners alleged illegal arrest and the ac tion laid to Cummings in his report ed refusal to allow the editor of the Borger paper to send massages outside telling of the arrest of If Cummings does not he ought to know that he has no authority to exercise a censorship over the press and that he has no right to arrest people and place them in jail because they write things in the newspapers which are not pleasing to Moody de here and will be under suspension pending completion of the investi Rangers Dispatched Rangers were sent to Borger sev eral weeks ago on complaints of cltl zens there that lawlessness had triumphed over civil By The Associated Press May plete cooperation between the ran gers and the press for law enforce ment in Hutchinson Bounty was pledged at a meeting Jate this af ternoon held by Texas rangers and officials of the NunnWarren Pub lishing owners of the Borger Daily Those participating In the con ference were Callaway as sistant attorney general Ranger Captains Bill Tom Hlck nrnn and Frank Hamer president of the NunnWarren company David gener lii manager John La local manager and man aging after the arrival of the ranger cap tains and Calhoun and was in regard to misunderstandings which resulted in the holding in the city Jail for several hours Friday of Sec BORGER RANGER Page 4 JtHCE NOW JESSE RICHARDS HELEN NOW LEONARD HOLLAND AND READING LEFT TO Itwaaiioye at so they doveright inmatrimonial That explains why June Apperson and Helen diving hamplon traveling with Gertrude Ederle throughout were married recently In Texas after knoging their husbands only one Miss Apperson was charmed by Jesse a cub reporter on a Dallas and Miss Watertight listened favorably to the matrimonial pleas of Leonard an organist at a Dallas And well say were happy added the two famous Roscoe Pedestrian Is Fatally Hurt Auto Driver Held Special to The News SWEET May liam died here Friday night from injuries re ceived when he was struck by an automobile on the Roscoe west of the The machine was driven by Charge According to Glass version of the accident to Cox county House abruptly walked across the road in front of his I sounded my horn and swerved the in to avoid strik ing Glass I was traxelllng about 30 miles an he In the car xvlth Glass was They were enrouto to House was struck by the cars right He received a brok en fractured leg and a deep scalp Glass and with the as sistance of passing brought the fatally injured man to House is survived by three sons and a daughterhere a Ed of Oklahoma and two Ocie McLennan and May Lee of Oklahoma Glass Is being held under bond pending answer to a charge GIVEN HIGHER RATE May Nineteen fourth class Texas post offices were today advanced to the presidential the post office department The post offices and new salaries were Pasadena and Agua Johnson Sunset Swenson and Trus cott La Roma and Village HtfSBAHDJKHEART TOUCHING TRAVELING MAMA Everybody fs So Rebecca Bradley Enroufe With Afflicted Otis Rogers S By Universal Service AN May story jof heroism anfl de votion was unfolded in drab baggage room of the Southern Pacific station here The train from Kerrville had Just pulled A white hos pital cot was placed upon a baggage A mere slip of a girl leaped to the ground and followed the silent form Into tbt room The cot contained Otis Rog Amartllo and the girl was Rebecca Bradley a short time was facing trial at San Marcos on charges of robbing the Buda National Hardened railroad ac customed as are to heart touching dramas of traveling were vlsably moved as they watched the girl whom the state with of UM In the history of Teatasr busy herself with the man she went to college whom she sec retly married and who rushed to her defense from a stck bed when she was placed under ar Were going to the state sanitarium at Re There hcH utay unti he gets He has permission to stay nine has been so nice to us I just cant express it in She went for her husbands aupper and chatted with by as she fed Dont think Im not wor ried about the trial On July as I she An ambulance opened its doors to receive the It sped to the transfer but not before Rebecca I havent very much to I have hopes of coming through clean at the But right now my place is at my OFFICERS SEEK COMPANIONS OF SLAIN ROBBER NonStop Aerial Trip Across Atlantic Ocean Unaccomplished Aim Of Airmen By Associated Press Ma Charlea Nungesser and Captain Franeii Coli took the air at this Sunday morning for thei long flight from Paris to NCTH The White French aviators now famoni with its load of more than five got away to splendid sailing fast into the air on its great transAt lantic Fifty Victories Captain Charles French war ace of 50 predicted as long ago as 1921 nonstop aerial trips between Paris and Hew a feat that Service LB May typically Latin preceded the start of the TransAtlantic flight here thla Amid a flutter of Captain Nungesser kissed and was kissed by friends and rela As he climbed Into the great White Bird he turned with a flourish of his arm to shout Vive la Confident That They Have Him Arrest Is Expected May that they knew the man Implicate with Tom who was shot near here late Thursday by Sarn 11yearold and tha they had the man officers tonight expected to have In custody before Bingham said tonight He would not divulge where he bellevj ed the man is Tomlin died Friday morning at the Stamford sanitarium gun shot wounds Inflicted by Sam Cocb rain while Tomlin and another man were alleged to have been robbing a filling station owned by the Coch rain youths Tomlin was Identified Friday by a who lives near Funeral serviceswill be held Sunday afternoon at where a brother of the slain man is Warns Robbers The Cochrain youth was in charge of filling station when the rob bery Tomlin and another man took from the and started leisurely Young Cochrain grabbed a shotgun and ordered the to As Tomlin knocked the gun downward tho boy almost severing Tom lins rfght leg above the The Cochrain youth was In tho station with a Ollie Mc when the men If you dont give back that Ill shoot cried the Tomlln foil wounded and was carried to the Dodge touring car In which he and his partner had driven to the TomlSn was left at the home of Mit Hen nine miles southeast of the filling He was given medi cal attention there and then car ried to None of the moneTp was found on his The Cochrain youth Is the son of central figure of tho empty grave which stirred Westv Texas several years MOTHER DIES OF GRIEF May Grief over the death of her who was killed December in an automobile caused the death hero Friday night of ased nev er recovered from shock of hor he himself now striving to ac complish to add to the laurels In he began planning a ParisNew Tork flight with the idea of establishing ft transAtlantic air line using thf fastest planes but it not until Marcn of this year that it was announced definitely that he and Captain Francis not ed aerial would join ranks of French and American aviators striving for the honor being the first to make the haz ardous crossing between New TorlJ and HUDSON MAXIM TO BE BURIED MONDAY By Associated Press May Funeral services for Hudson and ex plosives who died last night will be held in this city Monday There will be no religious Ice but threeof his friends wii deliver brief Therewill be no pall bearers and the family has requested that no flowers bo The body will bij crema i PRISONERS ESCAPE By The Associated Press May en Including two men Identified In the Tiff City bank bery January escaped from tut jail hereearly to day after sawing cell bars and glng through a stone Auitos in the That used Have you ever stopped to think what a used cor la Any car driven off room and around the corner comes second and depreci ates In price much more than in RUrht here in Abilene every dealer has a car that been driven only a very thort that is practically food M new and at a treat Why pay two or three hundred dollars for that new Turn now to Automobile Row and see good selection of UMd cars listed Now is a time for you to or trade your own Phone and for a Want Ad   

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