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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1938, Abilene, Texas                                WIST TEXAS OWM MEWSMKR VOL OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WESKElCll YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT Ticket Sales For Corrigan Fete Launched Downtown Parade And Breakfast At Wooten Await WrongWay Flier Here Active for welcome to Douglas Cor rigan Thursday morningr began yesterday with a ticket sale for Cie breakfast in honor of the wrong way secretary of the Booster said last night that many reservations had already been made and indications pointed toward an attendance of at least 500 for the breakfast at the Corrigan will arrive here about 9 oclock and be escorted WEDNESDAY PAGES to Abilene from the airport by a police motorcycle After a parade the aviator will be guest of honor at the breakfast sponsored by the Boosters BROABMST INTERVIEW Jack Simmons will be master of ceremonies and Introduce Max manager of who will Interview Corrigan briefly for a radio broadcast and then welcome him to the Bentley said last night that the parade would be broadcast by the If proper equipment can be obtained In time Ihe entire parade will be followed by an announcer and a short wave Oth erwise the studios will broadcast the parade from different permen ent remote control connections over among them Ihe news room of the The entire breakfast will be Tickets for the at 75 cents are available to the pubi They are on sale at the Wooten Shahans Montgomery Sloans Myers Drug and also at the Boosters club office in the Wooten Big Spring Plans Corrigan Welcome BIO Arrangements went forward today lor a booming West Texas greeting for Douglas Corrigan when the wrongway filer visits Big Spring The city Is Inviting all West to loin In the Corrigan Ij scheduled to land his crate here at noon There will be a brief welcoming ceremony t the airport and a parade through the business dis trict Final courtesy for the Irish aviator will be a luncheon for which Dorsey San leg Water from Ihts will be master of and to which the public is Corrigan plans to be here about an hour Reservations are being taken at the Big Spring chamber of com Doug Does Corrigan At Dallas Airport Wrong way Diuglas Corrigan taxied his plane the wrong way and upset a reception committees arrangements here but otherwise Dallas reception for the little Irish filer went the right His famous backward compass worked again when he landed from Tulsa and his crate toward the northwest corner of the field instead of the northeast where the reception was to have been A police escort which was supposed to guide him gave up and went around In Delay Calling Of Baird Bond Poll Publication Forms Fail To Arrive clty council tonight delayed until or this direct route from Fort Worth calling of an election for Issuance New uiil be of in bonds to finance con struction of a municipal light and power Failure to receive forms to be used n official publl cation of the election necessitated the Meanwhile Ihe Cornell consulting This Is the first picture talc en of kid nap after her escape from who took her from her Yuba She was recovering In Rio Associated Press Start Is Sought On Highway 36 Project Held Up For Washington Group Told Headed by Calla han county a dela gatlon of three from Cross Plains yesterday afternoon came to Abi lene for a conference with division eight highway about progress being made on a proposed Highway 36 project from Cross Plains north west to an Intersection with High way a distance of about 12 The jointly sponsored by he state and has been ap proved by President Roosevelt but the state highway department at Austin has no further report on the project since presidential shot and wounded a state hlahwa annrrwal Inflict the highway depart ment will order construction Treadaway told the Cross Plains Work is now under way on Invitations Due To Go Out For Fair Duchesses Hostesses For Visitors Orchestra Booked From Amarillo to the Rto Grande anrt from Fort Worth to El owns and communities are to receive invitations this week to send duchesses to the Texas Cotton Festival which will he held In con nection with the West Texas Free Yesterday a committee composed of Dan Bob and Ann Smart was appointed to be hostesses to the visiting The com mittee will alfo assist in making plans for the most colorful corona tion ever presented In West The coronation is to be held In the Fair Park auditorium the night of October Last year 29 cities sent duchesses to the coronation of Emmagene Hale as Queen Cotton and George Mlntef Kins At least twice that many cities are expected to be represented this Identities of the king and queen will not be announced until the Jack entertainment committee has an nounced that a nationally Inown probibly one Ibal never before appeared In will be booked for sUte performances October 4 antS 5 and for the coronation The dance Is to bt held immediately following the cor out site for thai event has not been Simmons Telegrams have been sent to three national booking and Hociwell re questing the names ot orchestras available for the two Already the orchestras of Ken Zavler Cugat and Art Kassels are under TRAVELING MENS DAT Committeemen to draft plans for Traveling Mens Day at the West Texas Free October have been appointed by Jackson president of the Abilene Traveling Mens and they have al ready begun outlining activities for the Not only Abilene traveling on but those from all parts of West cltv Texas will be asked to participate In the special Jackson OPPONENT OF SOME FDR c Orvllle Richardson SWijSsfK s today after evading Bloodstains on the door of a ifadlsonville garage where the au 3 and Highway near Abilene munxi pal No plans have been launched for paving of a 12 or 14 mile gap between the Cross Plains and Abilene projects but Tread away nopes to get this work under way next According to a con tract for paving o another section of Highway between Baird and the Coleman county is ex pected to be let at the November 15 hearing of the highway commis At Ihe same time a contract is to be let for paving ot Highway 15 from Borden to the Dawson county With that the only unpaved sections of VM lc Haemophilia prevents coagulation a tomobile was stolen led to the be of the blood and lets the smallest 1 ei thP fllOftifft KABH the between Gal and Snyder and both of which arc on the commissions 1940 pro accepted the proposlllon of the West Utilities and the city of Baird to make a complete survey of the Purpose of tne survey Is to determine whether a municipal plam can operae profit ably In competition with utility which now servoa A proviso Is tie Albert Moore formerly employed by the city to make a consent lo the Cornell com pany criticizing surveys already highway Construction work begun recent ly In division eight includes pavin rnsll projects In Loralne and has WWe1ln of culverts and building Navy Bombers On Hop To Honolulu SAN Calif Seventeen naval patrol bombers wilh 119 men aboard were over Ihe Pacific making a routine transfer flight from San Diego to The squadron reported al p PSTi it was 210 miles west of the California Commanded by Command er storrs the twomotored long rane seaplanes started he lakp off from San Diego harbor at of caliche shoulders through these two two miles In is now under Fatally Burned OKLAHOMA In an exchanse of fire Tlie wounded was In a hospital with a wound In the Teacher Abducted From School Room cuting Attorney Tom Proctor said today a 14yearold boy whom he PRICE FIVE CENTS 13YearOld Bride Discloses Prior Marriage To Albany Man FORT 8 UP Jessie Ruth 13yearold sister of Tarrant countys youngest dumbfounded attendants at Ju venile court today by annonclng that she had been married The hearing was called lo consider the marriage of the blondehaired girl to The couple eloped to and when they rame home Jesste Ruths parents or dered her to stay with them In stead of her The ftrl related In court to day I bit her nurrlaie to Paul was htr he wai a a Wyearold Al The weddlnf reportedly took place In an au tomobile at the Tirrant rounty courthouse with a local marry in parson A marriage license was filed In the mans name April but the brides name was not Jessie Ruth The girl said she gave a false name and reported her age to be When the first marriage alleg edly Jessie Ruth wjs it years To be married legally In even with parents the bride must be at least U years Jessie one of 10 child ren in the Mullim Is a slater of Henry Burt Mul who married at 13 and be came a father when he was M years At todays Pioli bride blew a In hla He Ignored and tald he wanted lawyer to let the marrUfe Im going ta get out of he MCarran Leading New Dealers A Friend In Jail Is In Thinks Former Inmate He And Cop Pay Fine A friend In need Is a friend if he Is in jail Yesterday afternoon police released an Abilene man who had served out a fine for He Inquired as to the possi bilities of obtaining the release of a friend back In the The desk sergeant Informed him that the friend had only 74 cents and he still owed 1 of his Ill be back In a was the He returned In a Itv minutes and shoved J5 cents on the I had a dime and the other boys gave the other 15 The desk sergeant shook his head and said that the fine lacked a penny of being Another officer stepped forward and Im not going to see any man kept In Jail became of a he The friend and his befrlender went broke but nol owing society a COUNT OF COVADONGA BLEEDS TO DEATH AFTER CAR MISHAP Nightclub Entertainer Placed Under Manslaughter Charge Inquest Friday Count of Covadonja ortft Mr to the crown of died today of hereditary blood disease that causes profuse after an automobile accident and his companion In the Mildred a nightclub was charged with She was released on her own Peace Justice Thomas Ferguson issued the warrant on an affidavit signed oy W a deputy Miss brownhaired snd wept as she was being booked but later regained her composure An Inquest was set for The girl said the steering gear of her old sedan failed as she swerved to avoid a truck and she the count trapped inside for 15 minutes after striking the pole on the left side of the She Buffered bruises In the which occurred on Biscayne boulevard north of tfie Miss Gaydon was a cigarette girl at the Pirates a Bohemian ic jacKson at me jfirates a Committee members are Ernest resort operated by Don chairman Har formerly of New and was vey Cecil Ambrose billed In the advertising as Merry TlnKtfm I Itr Officers Assailant Leaves Cold Trail Tne son ol former queen An SPt VJCt0rfa the An undentified man who last night FACE CUT The onetime prince of Asturias was hurt during a nocturnal ride with the young nightclub enter The son of former Queen head and his leg broken and his skull possibly fractureo but he posses and women ot his mothers Battenberg They are iree from it thent had been wounded wounds bleed Ihrough with two out his 31 the crippled count fought his coming many Tom times to the door of This time physicians could not stop the flow blood until about nine hours after he By that time the count was too weak to He died in ai oxygen tent at a Kent Paving Up For Bids 20 department engineers today sped plans for projects costing approxi accused of adbucting an attractive rural school would be because of his with delinquency and I peeled to attract representatives such a wav thai U blds Sept M and from many more oj the home manu sucn a thai he seemed armed September contract cosU to sn cs Its Underwear Day In Crusade Stores Have Em LongHdndles To Panties For Baby Today is Underwear Day in the Abilene Salesmens Abilene merchants are all est for the with 1 Itypes of un derwear from Grandpaps long handles to the threecornered pan ties for the There are the new smoothstyled slips for women and lacy or tailored underwear for the school No less than a score ot Abilene stores be featuring underwear for wo children and for all Tnen comes Day and School Supplies Drug stores art preparing special entice ments for the fountain customers school supply stocks in many stores have been Manufacturers met yesterday morning at the chamber of com made plans for a dinner ear ly next There were 15 con cerns represented the dinner is ex Nevada Senator Rolls Up Ihree lo One Margin Reno Candidate Paces Democratic Governor Race AP Pat who has opposed some administra tion took a big lead over two avowed new deal candidates for the democratic senatorial nomination in early returns tonight from Nevadai primary Returns from 54 Incomplete and nine complete precincts of gave for the democratic senatorial no mination Senator Albert John Wor Carson City For the democratic gubernatorial nomination Returns from 54 Incomplete and nine complete precincts of 363 gave Hsrley Las Char les For republican gubernatorial no mination John Reno 833 Sam uel Benson Endorses Liberal Campaign HYDE Elmer speaking as a member of Minnesotas farmer labor gave unqualified endor sement today to President Roose velts drive to elect liberal candi dates to Conferring with the president it the latters Benson toM Roosevelt that citizens of the whole northwest are behind the ad ministration effort to rid congress of conservative opponents of the new deal pressing his gen eral campaign for the election of liberals against said last week that In lome cases the election of a liberal republican would be preferable to the election of a conservative Benson left with the chief execu tive a 16page memorandum de tailing the farm situation n Min nesota and sujgesting a 10point program to agricultural FUEHRER HAILID AT NURNBERG This flown from Numberg lo Berlin and trans mitted to New York by Associated Press Photo shows Adoll Hitler greeting the throngs as arrived tar Uw annual Nazi party with MLss nine the boy had forced h classrooni ics north of the sheriff timated 20 by 1 Morseille Port Put Under Martial Rule eminent tonight announced its de ciskm to put the port of Marseille under military t The action followed upon weeks ol fruitless by Premier Ed ouard Dalaaier to get included highway surfacing Jay ton Carraway Bull Wins Nebraska State Fair 6Hfl Carraway and today showed the grand champion in the open at the Nebraska state The anima al50 won the grind cham of i Iowa state fair last week Englands best known test j and at the Missouri state tslr wecX John was killed today j in the crash of a which experts said No Federal Grand Jury For Abilene United States District Attorney Clyde Eastus announced todsy there will be no grand Jury convened here during the special September but that all Dallas cases will be taken before a federal grind Jury to be empanelled by Judge Wilson at Amarillo on The AmarWo grand jury alsowill lake up cases from the Wichita Lubooclc and San Angelo Eastus Sudeten Leader And Hitler Talk Fuehrer Declares Cultural Realm Only One Open For Attack Defies Blockade Hitler In an address on German culture tonight said the cultural realm was the only one left 10reign of tte Mzi to He denied that nazlisra it establishing a new religion or oer formed cultic The address was preceded by his report read at thopeniig of tenth annual party rally In which he kept siient on mnd made few references to foreign affairs except to declare Grmany now so strong she would provt immune to any wartime The Czechoslovak negotiations were brought to by Konrad the Sudeten German who arrived In the afternoon for a conference with Defiant and confident In Hitlers words were read ab custom ary at the congress openln by the governor of Adolf officially commending pie vary ses British Test Pilot Killed In Crackup new airplane WAS traveling jn t ncrcs by a blast of flame spurting from an oil well pump conncclion which broke on the Westaj Carey lease 10 cause of Whour The action ronncclcd was seen as closely Tne cratt was i new Hawktr plane designed for the A number of Carran aybred have gone Into the of thti Emmette Chandler is using several animals secured at the Carraway farm and Socialist Centers In Chile Raided socialist centers In San tiago and throughout Chile were raided today In police efforts to trace ramifications of yesterdays abortive putsch In which at least 61 persons were Provincial leaders of the party were arrested and documents of principal and branch nazi offices were seized in the hope they might provide a further explanation of the sions in this medieval city packed i with housands on thov j uniformed nazis from all I Ihe j Hitlers attention was devoted largely to internal affairs and he ignored the Czechoslovak minority Czech Offers Boost Peace S if New Czech concesiions tonight raised European hopes of settling the CiechsolvaitGerman dispute with out war as Adolf Hitler proclaimed his nation Immune against any war time While the German fuehrer Britains home fleet was steaming toward the North sea for autumn wit hthe air and was uktn tor he have secured a few ot the RESULT OF UNAMERICAN BEGINS REGISTERING ALL FOREIGN AGEN1S IN NATION The Weather I Vlclxllr Tirrlr problem and casing 01 French army mal I reserves to man border forts facing Hitter aswrted Gtiminrj firm Internal economy and large food reserves made her Immune from the blockade lirror which in the World war proved the ongoing of imperia1 Much of his proclamation ham mered at tbij sinflt Whether lie desired primarily to impress oren countries repre sented by the 45 freckccaled tor j elgn diplomat present including j United States Ambassador cu sv wwara Wilson or his own German 1 mectlng the principal demands of lemained a of lne Sudeten German partys de TO CROPS Hitler Germanv meuvers and French reserves pouted Into the powerful fortifica tions facing Germanys western Whether Prahas new proposals for solving the minority dispute would be acceptable to the Sudeten a basis of further negotiations remained un An outline of given by Reuters I British News agency Irom what It described as usually well informed sources in indicat Ihjt they would jo far toward The department todsy the registration of ascnts of for eign sovernmentj working in this It issued extensive regulations tor the carrying out of a 1938 act o congress requiring such agents to file with the department full infcr mrnt tp to two or respiration of any person Tbt registraion actlv j and nature of activ Tae party of a forei5n counW 1 American advertising governments pared in not only mihtarv and po Plane Crash Kills i but to surmount Germany L rtwrvcs plus the rrrh of yars we shM1 be worriv for food for to he saa Em pi of i tthich he Arizona Candidate Sept SM B SIT contrasted with tc what the fiilurej ol democracies Ga 6t yearold candidate tor democratic in primary and kadin ciaracter i years was kilted to ir wrxtt he i IS M0re The said ihe Uw rej Or by i thfe wiu to r craces One stAtenTrt waa interpreted by crashed uear the Ben mation as to tlielr subject to a fine of no more thaa or Imprison as in part Co Secretary of SUte Kail So lonx n statesmen instead worrinj about their pro durtion and thtii own rronomirs Into prefer See CoL S Charles Groiso pilot and owner of the plane died 30 minutes after the crash r Zander waj ore of five rtndidaea 1 jtetUns the demxxratic guberns tnrial rominaUon in the primary next   

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