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   Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 3, 1929, Abilene, Texas                              PAGE TWO THE ABILENE MORNING REPORTERNEWS fraday March 3 1929 Measure Would Make State Court Penalties Conform to Those of Courts STILL IS UNDETERMINED ecJi Board Member Protesting Land Bill Veto D y i i i TEXAS HOOVER INAUGURATION PASTY HEARING WASHINGTON r Stae Cydorama Visited by Cowboys By MOSE SIMS March residents of Eight hours made enjoyable to the Texans by Atlantas hospitality and thrilling to thousands of that city people by stirring parade mu Cowboy band from Sim By Thc Associated Press a bill to make liquor law penal ties in state courts conform naving been end those assessed federal violators j was still undetermined after a session in which presence j liAff Qc of only 96 lawmakers in the1 house prevented final disposal i of the Proponents of the bill apparently had negotiated its passage when j Representative Barnett of moved adjournment un Solons sponsoring thc measure contended house ultradrys refusing to ballot in order to break a quorum which had existed a few minutes bill on which the house be asjain culled upon to act finally next contains a stronger pen alty for violations than the one originally written by Representatives special train bearing more than 250 the Lone Star state swiftly tonight bound was traveling for the capital of the United The special scheduled to BIHICT1E PEN AND ROAD BOND POSALS ON BY BARRY Lengthy Opinion From Associated Press Staff Writer for Victory Class Miss Pearl West with piano accompaniments by Miss Jane as u special feature oi jthis mornings program of the Vic tory Mens Bible class at the Queen Judge James Stinson will teach the tConti uco trcm pag K written in thc friendlv attend church president of Simmons was to speak in the First Baptist where the Cowboys were to play a In Atlanta today there was a Innclrnn at the Atlanta Athletic Pollard Recites Why Measure Is Unconsti tutiona March leg islature still has with it the pen itentiary and statewide way bond issue There has been little change in the situation dining the jjast except the two propositions Trustees Approve Work of Year and Vote to Continue With New Plant on Abilene Heights Site through the main business streets Mayor Ragsdale turned the i kay to the city over to Alvin a Texas Hoover and i the Texas party then proceeded to j the Texas Dirty then proceeded to Stono Mountain Confederate j The Texans were fairly stunned was appointed to the by what they saw at Stone Mounj the The gigantic figure of Gen eral Lee astride his Trav the After reviewing the work done Lubbock r that he would resign from the board of college because he disagreed with Governor Dan Moodys1 action in vetoingthe Small river bed land Thompson post by president posi on Pend nBr W n memers oi board Jl Penamf in the annualbusi n on the two meetin on the two problems undergone radical chang Authors of the can hardly it Outcome a Mystery meeting of college board of held last week during the 12th an Lecture Week at the Colorado Corpus Christi George Birch Port Worth Taylor County Resident 38 Years Daughters Home Funeral rites for Elmira resident of Taylor county for 38 will be held from the Baptist church at Tascola this aft ernoon ic 3 wih Bry and I pastor of the Genual Presbyterian church of Burial will be made Mrs Cox who settled at Tuscola died here Saturday after R o why r n 18SOdied here Saturday after 5 Falls noon ac the home of her GormanA M whootmMVc T nr Gorman i Windom RhomeW 2625 sennr rca i JJT Miss Willie was for thc dinner Just what the iinai outcome will be remains as desp a mystery as I find it impossible to aree with This legislature has earned iu the veto of the j the unknown is ever done en it it should be ac claimed the greatest achievement of in preoara1 its kind in soeakin to the group gathered at Mie Albrlaon of VorkWTO and i rr r illlJHLW me Hosts and hostesses for the occas Ls a symbol of the love of a people for a cause that but is not I am no bUt fhe in SB lc t0 SUpport you I the regular sessicn remaining eHer of the lawmakers will auS saia Thompj matically become two dollaradav son said the letter would be handed ma y n to and a jail sentence and Franklin Hivnos from three months ID one and Eugene TheTexans rncls Cyclorar and Burges of Mer on1v remainin Judgr and Dallas Scar and Runert N and Thomas and GD the Rovernor delegation Monday when a from the pan For a second conviction two years may be The Dean lav wnlch the bill amends provided a penalty o from one to five years in the penitentiary for the firs 3v March stock at night house legislative IsonHoward L administration leaders found that a 1TrsTom Judge and Mrs sscond of Governor Moody s sugCIem and Bryan gested reforms had been Misses Thelma An through passage of the Shaver j drewsJewelle Alma school abolishing the state Belle Josephine Others attending were painting of a War It is 400 in cir cumference and 50 feet In a short address at the luncheon thinked Mayor Raes President Phii Alson of the chamber of commerce and president of Georgia Technological for the ccurtesies The artificial and fic by some fully au their thoughts are turnin toward home and business inter A new guessing contest is with the chief pasttime being spec ulation on when sine die adjourn ment will The membershio to continue the building pro othei members of the board are gram on the new campus in Abilene i JB Terrell Jones iIeights and to erect only strictly i Quanah Sweetwater fireproof i Roscce Attendance by outoftown LA bers was unusually During i the week several leading churci Dallas J rnembers purchased choice lets in the Heights while others who had previously invested there inspected their nfjl was elected president of the board for the 13th consecu tive year All other offices were Thev are first Hunt and where she made her home for the past tiree A native cf came to Texas m 1871 and in Franklin county before coming Winters ago j her re to Taylor county more than 38 years She was left a widow in 1870 vicepresident John vicepresident Mr K Free has served in that capacity C es as founded in without acting on pend Out of town members J t ioRS the quitting during the weeks sessions igable any The house one on the JR Tuscola a bed thereof which has i designating high noon of the Ori2inal 190S board present were r of Continued from page book commission and creating a state beard cf education of nine Frances i mitted to the secretary of state or i Mary Bob Willie j Texas in compliance with the state Mae Alics Julia t A supreme court ot nine members j Maurine Erma Wurzbach said he ask the was the first administration measure i Republican national committee to Ed John i remove Creager from office and also to be of 30 between i Friday as the dead line whie from mouth to Is the senate is holding in reserve a thc chief basis for the attorney genProposal that a weeks overtime be crals 15page opinion ruling bringing the curtain down stitutonal Senate Bill by Mafi the river bed land title validation Ma Wait Till April Governor Moodys latest decision Js to permit the legislature to go home and reserve his special ses sion call until A few days he len a copy Governor Moodys veto of the measure has aroused violent protest in West especially in sec tions producing oil in large Quanti ad valorem tax would be levied to meet the bond obligations unfl gasoline tax had been exhaust veto of the Small land bill is to gtir T fll aic Harvey Hays Dabney G c Craw Three large fireproof builribgs are now being constructed on the new church for she held membership in the Tuscola church at the time of her Three sons and a daughter sui They are B Cox of Tus Ccx of Cox i brock and Mrs Fuller nf The administration All are here fr the fu A Mary died at Tuscola in 1899 Seventeen grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren also surviv mg is nearing completion and con crete and steel framework cf the girls dormitory is being ine boys dormitory is progressing rapidly Beth dormitories will be three stories one containing more than 70 and the other more than 80 rooms in addi Starts0trunk rooms aua There is an opinion prepared by wi ments to be appointed by the governor with Ashley Bobby Robertson A District Attorney John Hartman i general that vll be the consent of the The i Gray jat San The Texas con legislature in to bili j gresaman characterized the grand over the governors veto Jessie action as an attempt to be Samuel Hoyt of hig Greaser and was considerine convening the penitentiary and bond based his disapproval on the attor Rainwater oi Anson Funeral service for Mrs W of who era g lcu at a local hospital Saturday night win be held from the Prairie View church this afternoon at 4 oclock with Campbell and Rev Summers Surviving Rainwater are her Grandchildren living in Abilene Roy Ralph and Drew Mrs Dudley and The Laughter Undertakin pany has charge of Mlssoiirians Will Become Residents and and their two Margaret state superintendent o public in who wiil continue to be will serve as secretary and exofficio Terms are for six the house refusing to adopt a three year term suggested by Representative James Heaton of Duties of the board will be con sideration of financial needs of the school higher institutions and furnish recommendations for The 300 Miles From Home proposed establishment cf new edu was made bv McKellar rational The house yesterday afternoon kilhd ihe 59 to It was offered by James minister Mount Pleas and would have prohibited teaching in public rchools as a fact that evolved from a lower or der of Leonard Tillotsons bill plac ing common carriers under super vision oi the railroad was given a 102 to 6 favorable vote en final Senator Walter Woodwards joint resolution proposing constitutional to increase the resular biennial legislative session to 12C days at SIO per day was passed fin ally by the house and sen governor for his cContlnued rrom Page 1 as an administrative body until March and sent the meas ure to the In the senste a last minute attack cjuse the move By Truchart TT attorney generals he were behind the i written by c who has directed land litigation in ney General Claude Attor Pollards de Wurzbach pointed out that Waco cakes notice af criticism was 300 miles from his home at Se that department has inhered across guin and said that the action was rather than at San 35 miles from be chool lon were renamed by Herbert Hoo Hartman were his political enemies permanent ver for the treasury portfolio he proposed to oppose the his but an effort to in opinion fluence congress in his contest ot Through i the election of Augustus McCloskey nefit of the not having to the Nomination of Meff Is Not Confirmed March nominations submitted by Presi dent Coolidge in the last days of his including that of hh secretary of Curtis to be a federal circuit judge in went into the discard tonight when the senate declined to act on In its last executive the senate disposed of a number of nominations for the judiciary and other federal but those cf the entire opinion the statute on of San Antonio to Wurzbachs streams is quoted and the tem na vigableused iu terms of that Section Article 7 The proposed the McCloskey now is under indictment in Texas courtsfor alleged altera tion of election but was ac quited when tried on the first of indictments of this nature this Lists Contributions Attorney contravenes section i tour of article 7 of the state consti j tution which provides that the pub lie free school lands shall ba sclu through acceptable revsmueproduc such as levying a fourrent gasoline tax and retain ing the registration and weight fees at a fairly hitcli Subsequent action of the in registration fees on nleasurs cars 50 per cent and cutting charges against light trucks 19 12 per and sending to the senate wnrd that it would held the erasoMne tax bill in reserve as an ax to irrosr house to concur in its action likely coni vanced the coverncr that he had better let fho legislators go home for n breathing Getting back to the nennentiarv Concentration and highway bond roposals it might be said that have a hard row to The sen has substituted the Holbrook favored by the for the house not acceptable to the chief executive and and will finally cass it this The house probablv will refuse concur rence and a free conference com mttee will start working on dif The bond tsue proposal also is shot full of according to i It has been amended to I snecifirallv stats that lands i or real property of whatever de ney generals opinion that the would be and arrived in Abilene Friday from to become resi aents ot the They are at present visiting with Watts uncle and Mr and unconstitutional of Louis is visitine rew ana February Fire T former Senator Lenrcot of LOSS and former Tariff Corn district manager of Fire losses in Abilene Feb niarv amounted to approximately to estimate of Ray assistant fire Daring the month the depart ansered 21 alarms of the fol classifications Four car three ens two Jor investigation one missioner Glassie were not called Lenroot and Glassie also were to be members of the Other ncminations which failed of included thc i to cranr n I orinciPal interest shall be liquidated solely by proceeds of a gasoline tax and license and weight on motor Wording of original proposed amendment the constitution directed that no cc trcm page D m their stores throughout the i L Pnmaiy j Permanent school fund to anynur i ualafter consummation of u He also mentioned a S25 contri pose otherthan in the investment f te in its essential nature a gifr oution received in 1924 from Roy or bonds of a defined kind Houston postmaster as one I am firmlv convinced might possibly be involved in is a condition partialy tne Houston J m uest y whether state or individ sale the opinion Other Points Among other points in the opin ion are patents and awards of land t vnwesu iexas of some t Get Up Try IN ew 48 Hour Test the The motor show direction of 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