Abilene Reporter News, March 10, 1938

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1938, Abilene, Texas e n collon under the federal loun mill the full amount rluc them mder the cotton adjustment pro- iram Inri been determined Kc said section 381 of the AAA ict of 1933 provided that produc- ers with rotton under loan could ransfer title Io the eommortlly r.-Mporalton and two round, provided quotas i-rre in effect for the 1938 crop. Sec MASONS, officials 13. Col. 1 Ausfro Premier t Calls Plebiscite Chancellor Seeks Confidence Vote At Polls Sunday INNSBRUCK, Austria, March 9 Kurt Schusch- nigg carried his fight tor Austrian independence to the people tonight by calling a national plebiscite for Sunday to lest his government's strength. Leaders of the tatherland front only legal political organiza- tion in Schuschnigg what probably was the greatest ovation of his political career after he dccl.ired In m address- BAI.KS AIMS Thus, the chancellor reared a de- finite barrier in front of national Eccialist (nazi) ambitions loosed bv his conversations with Chancellor Adolf Hitler of Germany al Berch- tcsgadcn last month. Pointedly striking at imi agita- tion for more power. Schuschnigg declared "there must be a clear demarcation, once nnd for all, be- tween the less! and illegal, In the plebiscite Anstrians will be askcrt to are satisfied program. Wanted On Con Game Charge, Man Held Here Release Stymied By Discrepancies In Bond Rulings Gold and oil vied with inter- state discrepancies of bond and extradition laws for Interest last night -is Harry J. Mallen failed to make bond on charges of lar- ceny filed by Colorado authorities. Abilene police arrested Mallen Wednesday morning about 3 o'clock nt hi.s room nt the Woolen hotel following a wire from Ala- mosa, Colo., police saying they held a ftlony warrant for his ar- rest. He immediately waived ex- tradition rights. Later in thc day however came instructions from the Colorado authorities that they would not extradite Mallen. If he could pre- sent in security bonds, they Instructed, he should be released. RKFVSE SECUIIITV Captain W. W. West refused the security offered on the grounds that Texas laws require bonds- men and he could not release him. First clarification of the case came with the receipt of an As- sociated Press dispatch from Ala- mosa. In it District Attorney Leonard M. Ilaynle of Colorado announced the arrest of two men in connection with confidence game and larceny charges by bailee. Mallen anJ a B. T. Price were Implicated in a mine promotion development, Colorado Bonanza Gold Mines, Inc., in the San Luis valley of Colorado. Two warrants were filed against Mallen. ACCUSKD OF TAKING He was specifically accused of obtaining 52.500 from E. C. Con- rath, .v.i Alhmosa businessman, and converting the money to his own use, the prosecutor said. He described Mallen as a former resi- dent of Santa Fe and Albuquer- .que. -N. M.. snd Los Angeles. B. T. Price, described by the dis- trict attorney as being associated with Mallen In the gold mines ven- ture, was arrested at a tourist camp in Alamosa. Mallen in a statement to the Re- denied both charges and said all" transactions of the gold mine development enterprise were legitimate, Conrath in making the complaint against Mallen said he paid {2500 to begin work on a gold mine In the San Luis valley. The wort was never started he said. Mallen talked freely with a re- See MAU.EX, Vg. n, Col. 6 Boosters To Aid In Concert Ticket Sole Boosters club members today will join other organizations' aiding the Abilene high school band In its cam- paign for funds to purchase new uniforms. The young business and profes- sional men's group will assist by selling tickets to a March 18 concert to be played by the Eagle bands- men. Twenty-five workers were named by President E.1 Grissom to partici- pate in the ticket sale drive. Their goal will be sale of 500 tickets, in a business district canvass beginning this aftcmoon. Also designed to increase the bandsmen's uniform fund arc skating parties this afternoon and tonight in the McMurry college gymnasium. They are open" to the public. Ihe Weather AKII.KM; AND VICI.MTY: Thnt> ttmidj. TKXAS AMI OKLAHOMA- I'tlr Tliursflav and ftU.ty. II.IST TKXA.S; Kafr I I'rc-.tY NKW MEXICO: ra'l portlot lltllr dinner In tn vlnrtt Vn.rlllfd Ttiiirvhr Hie rot I' SI Mldnlthl vole nn whether they 'TM- with Die government's PERSONS Mrs. FDR So Impressed With Amarillo Fete She Gains New Appreciation For Mothers-ln-Law AMAUILLO. March high cattle country p.ild a glorious tribute lodny to that much-malign- ed member of the American family mother-in-law. Nothing was barred but a Joke in a resplendent ail-day celebration dedicated lo the Innocent victim of a thousand and one cruel Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, by virtue of her posiiton the nation's No. i mothoMn-taw, was the center of the soulhwest's greatest spectacle In years. Adclrcisms Gene Howr Annrillo newspaper published who oilgtnatcd mother-in-law day five years ago Mrs. Rowcvell raid. -I so happy lo be honored in this manner, i nm AMAR1U.O, March llardin Simmons university Cowboy hand, flv- in.T fontcrl lo'nijhl .11 Ihc- molhrr-ln-biF d.iy relrhralion here, ilrrlicalrcl a new snnj, ".M.r Mollirr-In-l.aw." (o Mrs Kranklin n Koosevell. Thr w.is composed by M.nlon 11. McClurr, direc- tor of tit- hami. afraid I haven' thought treat deal about It. relations and relatives have been somewhat on a friendship bas- is, but I feel I shall think more about mothers-in-law -'tr- this." Howes mothcr-ln-law, Mrs. Nellie Donald, whose objections to ft Joke he wrote In his column led to inau- guration of said, "this Is the happiest clay In my life! t am not as lonesome as I once Visitors from al! ov fin after it hat! turned in for government loan. Thc loss of I.IW bales In a Capitan, N. M.. W. W. and A. H. McElmurray of Trent: a sister. Mrs. Ella Hardlson of Byron. Oa., and a brother, J. E, McElmurray of Rebecca, Ga. warehouse fire Eden. Texas, great snmdehlldren survive. Says War Means Ruin CHICAGO. March retary of War Woodring said to- night unolher world war prove victor, universally to would js _ to and lo the amendment. South said. Two Die In Mishap CLARENDON. March E, L-. Jbnfcs, 48. and his com- panion, .loyce McCr.iry. 16, were killed (tore Icxiay when Blanks' automobile was struck by a pss- scnccr DANGER TO HUNTERS, All Fatalities Among Rabbits As Giant Drive Held In South Taylor By HARRY HOLT It's open season on j.ickrabbits. About 200 of whom were armed with shotguns saw that demonstrated yesterday In a sweeping drive from Gulon across, soulh Taylor county to Lawn's back- door, Rabbils were scarce in thai territory, but they'll be even less plentiful now since 1.000 or more bit the dust during the day. But it would be sweeter music to farmers if there were no rabbits al all. Although real sport is made out f! the hunts, they are held as pro- against Ihe crop-destroying that thrive on vcjeablcs anct I young row crops, To Ihe ordinary layman these hunts that blossom with more re- gularity on elecilon years. look d.in- gercus. in fact, it is expected some- one will get a load of No. 4 shot in his breeches-leg, but that seldom happens. Fellows carrying guns varying from ttieold long-Tom single barrel scalier-guns lo the fast auto- matics are most considerate. Now there's County Judge Lee R. York. HP carries one of those loud- barkinj automatics that scatters shot over half a section of grass- land. He doesn't take time to follow etirmette of the golf (purse- or Set RABBITS, TE. 12, Coi. 7 ;