Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1938, Abilene, Texas WEST TEXAS' OWM MEWSMKR flfje Reporter "WITHOUT. OR WITH TO VRiiwns nn cixi.-jvV; vrum VOL. LV111, NO. 95. OR WITH OFFENSE TO PRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT UttlUd frtH ABILENE, TEXAS. SATURDAY MORN ING, SEPTEMBER PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS 14, Calmly Tells Killing Brother In Quarrel Over Bicycle pcsen b othtrmembers f Einllyn Hausc a 11 year-old farm girl, told authorities today that she shot and killed her 17-year-old brother, Raymond, In a quarrel over a blcyc.c last night while unothcr !l-year-old brother looked on. The girl said (hat she shot In self defense because her brother was rushing at her with a hatchet. Speaking calmly, only occasionally demonstrating nervousness by picking at her pink wash dress, she said that Raymond "knocked me down and It made me awful mad." The weapon was .22 rifle given la Raymond as a Christmas AS HE Konrad Henlein leader of the Sudetan Germans, called on Reichsluehrcr Hitler In Germany, as a tense Europe awaited developments In the German-Czechoslovakian sit- uation. This Is a recent photo- graph of Henlein In Praha. (Associated Press-March of Time Cash Requests On Davis Told In Nines Trial Prosecution Near Close; Cancelled Check Introduced NEW YORK. Sept. cancelled bank check for en- dorsed by "J. nines" was introduc- ed today by the state as It neared the end of Its case against Tam- many District Leader James J. nines, accused political front for the Dutch Schultz multi-million dollar policy racket. Testimony that the 61-year-old democratic ward bor.s accepted "mob money" in his role as al- leged court fixer for the gambling syndicate came from Mrs. Rose Wendroff, 31, sister of J. Elchard "Dixie" Davis, fallen "kid mouth- piece" of the Schultr. gang, before court adjourned until Tuesday. The witness said the per- sonally handed money to Hines four or five times between 1933 and 1931, and thai on June 22, 1935, her brother called her from out o( town and .told her: "Rose, jet and take It down to the old on the, 30th floor." Bolh Davis and George Weln- berg, another Schultz hoodlum, have testified they referred to Hines as "the old man." SOUGHT LEGAL AID With. that, the prosecution fol- lower up testimony by Max D. Steuer, Tammany legal strategist and a friend of Hines for 30 years, that Hines was so intimate, with Echullz that he sought legal aid for -The Dutchman" in his 1933 Income tax troubles. Earlier, Dewey offered two other witnesses to corroborate parts of Davis1 story the policy mob was paying Hines 1500 a week and more for obtaining protection. Bolh witnesses, John Saxon, Jr., internal revenue agent of 0ranee, N. J., and Detective Julius Salke, assigned ta the Krand, jury squad, testified they listened In on conversa- tion between Davla and others on Davis' telephone wire which had been tapped. Salke said he head the following See JUNES, tf. 3, Col. 1 Coffeejies In Spotlight Today Join Crusade1 By Stocking Up On Each! wcu wun eiuivr one or IWO U10US- A call to every Abilenian Join and additional gallons of acid Sat- wholcheartedly in the Salesman's urday morning. Pay had been drlll- Crusade before It Is a week old! ed 2.811 to a total depth of Today is Coffee Day and Tie Day. 2'818 'eet under wat" load to kin Every Abilene woman can cooper- the flow, and later it had te by stocking the pantry with cof- bccn swabbed at a rate of about 50 will come to climax Vn" a" whlrTof special observances, with Sunday as Stamford, the Stanton Miller No. 1 J. J. Gaither was Chicken Dinner day and Monday as Mattress Day.
refundir.it 133t, SI .000. j ALBANY. Sept, Th' fnr i drew M. Hols'.ey. Albany attorney, was a'.ailab'e in Icday Ihe pou' of county i attorney of Shackelford county left' refiincilr.i; 1934 Into n.t l.i-irr SI .000 I vacant several WMV.I ago by ordrrrd tranj.'frrcrt from drath of r, C, Coffee. Howsiey was general special warran: fund 'ru-Alpri by fommi.viofifr'j rniirt especially M meet in'orcs' will ;trve the balance of Cof- aiid in.o.'chool 15'o was transferred. office Saturday morning with Miss Cowden and Jeanne Davis in charge. Cowgirl sponsors entered and the towns they represent are: Tura Bates McWUilams, Carsbad, S. M.; Mrs. J. Glyn Hammac's, San An- gelo; Alpha Mae Stone. Hcbbc. N. M.; Mrs. Guy Caldwell. Albany; I Mary Nell Edwards, Bi? Spring; Marj1 Beth TcUd. Water Valley; j Madeline Hanconic. Rosweit. N. Mrs. Earl Moore. Pampa; Isora De- jRjcey. Pecos; Phyllis tr.gram. Mc- Camey; CaUierlne Nations. El Paso; Sydna Yokley, Canadian; Anna Let Spires, Roscoe; Angela Echeil, Suin- ton; Jewell Duncan. Toyah; Bettls. Rankin: Gcorgie OBrien Clements, Monahans; Margaret Owen.'. Big Lake; Mrs. H. O Mur- Odessa: Free! Gray. !fewj; Mrs. Beverly Hemdon. Sweet- wster; Virsinis Duncan, Knicker- bocker: Frances Luci'.Ie Murray, tr.aan. 51 Seymour Grant lllll.r.1 11 WASHINGTON'. Sept. 5 I The Rurat Eicclr-.riciticn Iritlcn today jUXrrien'. 1 of I1.9U.OCO to 15 la '.i i states. The jllolmer.ls included: City of Seymour. Seymour. Tex, S8.000 tor customer and working capllaL
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.