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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - September 14, 1938, Abilene, Texas WEST TEXAS’ WWW I NEWSPAPER ®fje Abilene Reporter -lictorWITHOUT,    OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES    WE SKE ICH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY .’-ft, mn (‘■MMI PMM <1 TI ABILENE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1938—FOURTEEN PAGES    ~    r—    PRICE    FIVE    CENTS BALK GIRI IN ATTEMPTED LEAP FROM TOWER SPEECH FOR WHICH WORLD WAITED -Oh. Oad I dont wsnt to HW I want to die" I lf lf fort l« IK Hr m i high Mimi lM«f fart cart of lh* flit limit* hun night, ta* AhtKn* Kf« faofht aith a IT mr *M huafth httrhhlhor lo keep hat from fulfilling bar Tha taro bm*, John HarrtU and Monro* Brae* aion* aith ton stria* oar# Sri vine alone th# c nun ua lion of North Bec* and alf oat Jut past th* main po**? plant of lh* We*-. Texas Ut UN* about 19 odor* They hoard A another. -I dont want to Hr# I want lo d* High ap an th* rraaa »to» af aa* af th* ll fart towers th* raoflPi aaa a dim I if ar*. The* pleaded arith h*r art ta lamp lh* wrrom*d hark agata that Ort *aat*d ta dta. IUrr*11 and Beset UM th* girts U ran far hHp and thor «<>u!d Iff U MI hat up th*r*. Before tha tin oh Ult tower could do; rd* to lump th* tao bm* had r tom b*rt th# flame-awk. on* on tither aid* and pinned brr to a etna# suer# All* fought ani M'taair# i -r.aa** tat im to 1*8 ap* pm ta ta It a lot. I don I want to Ufa Let OM so* lot im *r- Th* ftrta rrtamad arith frank Nrhaa «f th* WTI plant. Th** ■Mad h#tpl*«al* a? aa they aratrhad th* drifcttaf ftfar** aka**. Tha pad*# had h**a a** lifted from th* ptaaL Whan th* potted cor arrived and flashed • light on tho brio, Ut* ftri renewed bar stnifgl** One# hat hood and shoulder* t.ippad trm and aho swung aul 1» »pae« will on* boy tuft bar fart Tha ©mar Im NIT! HUIHUI Pf It, Col I BEFORE PENSIONS FAVORED— O’Daniel Shouted Down Demos Oppose Poll Tax Plank ; Garner Endorsee For Presidency By Convention BEAUMONT, Bapt IS — (AP) — Tha floto d autocrat ic convantion shouted down W 1*00 0 Da mal whan ho mod to •polk toms hi, vot*d poorly two lo jot for Clio old aga pon Mon doclaratton Ala frionda ad v oca tod and than rejected hi* plank eaUlSf for abolition of lh# poll IAX. t mo tit on rsbMtiM* Tho eon* ant mn Ako thunderous!? endorsed Vie* Fe** root John N j Oant*r Aa tha pony I praaldrtttAl j IMentor* in IMO Tho pm*urn plank had plunged tho contention into aa uproar and a yell ra!l aria demanded ta d* tatm.n# how th# majority stood A proper ad substitute fat lad. MC to lord Tha deviant:-rn '•a'lad far par* moot of tha ma annum eld aft pan* •un and astron?* aith rn tho loud* rf th* eonatI*u*un cf thin atata and tnt la** cf tha thuf-d dta to* Oppnnert# riM It I—WI and mw nm* lea*" wink pyoponania aa id ll demanded th# largest poaatbla panaUna Th* throng of d*l*gs?« moaaad on ’ha Door »-f th* municipal auditorium rat wad to botan ta CT Denial ahu* a prolonged roil call ama beme taken em a propotad amendment to tha aid ac* assistance plank recommended by a commit* ta* 'Ha ha 1 art bean at th* tutu-lion during tho ntfht ar-tun O Daniel aaa presented by It** MMU Strong cf Beaumont, aho aaa Actin* aa ehairman f • Senator Tom Own nab) att tha ptrmanaat chairman bena'rn Joe Mid of Manderson railed fog con Un Ulm the roil cad and tilt cr oad howled bl a apport of Mm O'Da met aithdre* behind A Mage door curtain. emerging a Ira mon mu later. A mighty roar <>f “no' aent up from Ute creed Arui ODaruet left the ailer..un* without a word. Germany Elected State Chairman BAUMONT Sept IS J* E B O-rn.ai *' of Highland Bart today aaa chosen chatrmar of th* atot* detnaera'ie ogoetrttr* 'nmittro to DEMO EXECUTIVE ftneat Walter Wilson. AM* latte attorney aaa Marted es-t retitle* committeeman for the lath •enauuiat dutrvt rn o party caw im at the alate democrat* conifer tun at Beaumont yesterday WBWI aaa Tty tor county ramp*dr manager fog or** ul rn tha primary tuna Showers Fall In Abilene Section gave Went Texas fad neither Light shower* a prom ta* of leat night Th tha neath and weal of Abilene light (honer* aer# reported, Snyder re<*e»»#d a half-inch anomer th* hearte»t ut th« atta At Abtleti* th* sidewalks aer* barely dampened by sprinkle* near mtdnifht. awl auntlAr praclpStatimi aas reported at — ti Iwtae, Colorado, Roscoe. Boun Baby. Stamford and Anson aer* other porn ut ba the ram ben. Th* neater bureau predicted partly cloudy aaather for Wed* naaday Stamford School Bond Issue Voted S water s Fair Draws Throng Mile-Long Parade Opens Exposition; Judging Today By MARIT HOIT NWBI WAI KH dept i J~~Thousand* of We*t Texans today brayed an umaAaonal beat wave for official opamng of th* Midwest Bxposi-two a huh paraded rtf lh* mac tie* UM for th* nm tim* ame# 1929 Visitor* from Nrtan and adjoin-mg count!** surged about in# (team-tom) street* for UM mite-long parade at I 0 clark tnt* afternoon before going to th* es pm mon grounds to »e* exhibit* Ac in me* really get underway Wednesday rn en tag a hen judging of Armlock and display* atari* Mo*? eabiMtom consumed today m mac mg final preparation* on bomb* Hurt ar* to atond HMA saturday night. Principal entertainment tonight aa aa a mtotohii LjdaXed (K.%,    9 bae* — ■— — —    -* WmM pi^KPQ Wf IMW HMCQfM r0E|W performanca and a band concert Then there wa* tha carn!*al on tha mid way. The parade aa* lad by official* and director* of th# fair feitowad by the Sweetener high school band and th* numerous float* Austin Jordan af Biarkwe.) la president af ma fair; Philip Yoni# nre-freel-dent, J s Du lane*. UrtKurar Den Barb#?, manager Whit# th* HvoMMl allow a Indited numb#- af animala they •ere rt mr*.*landing qualm Clar -enc* Ma tine** of aweel valor and prank Antilles of Abilene war* principal contributors MI th* hairy dtvMou Hereto#**! Vera planed bl th# (how by Prana Maberry of McCaulley. f**d WttabarSy of Boa*? water and tha White Hat ranch of Blackwell Stuart M; lit* entered practically ajg of the sharp ta that division In th# poultry tho*, entries came from tartou* section* of tha area Til* ft*mo gum for th* twin# dm- aum Cambia prepared by comma-of ti#* club a omen and giro and vwrationa: agriculture departments war* Highlight* rt the espoaiuon : Tho** dup:*vc came from Nolan I Taylor, Min nail, Coke, Scurry and Jones count a?» \ School children ware guest* at lh* ecpoaitu n lodav and dekgauon* came frtm Highland    Blat dwell, •P*—1 Divide. .Roby am By heater Winners of tha Monday night rodeo aa announaad by OIH* Com More Troops Dispatched To Troubled Area Pr«mi«r Hodxa Ignorei FoMf-Point Minority Demands; At Lsost 12 Aro Killed In Riots Following Hitler Talk PRAGUE Bdft 14- (W#d»#a4*f)—(AP) —Th# Cgechoaio- _    yak    rn«rnm«at    today    ignored    tho    oitimatUM    from    th#    Bu    date* r^k* CaoohoaToyak mlmitar "to 0«maa*. para it ling tho aero hour to pea* without action on tho arvK vtacooaiovaa min tatar co  r_____a____ wd«* Henlein Breaks Relations With Czechoslovaks Action Answer To Refusal Of Party Demands LONDON Bapt 14 (Wad naaday) — (AP) — Jai Mas Adolf Hi?.ar I* ihown her* Ut big I©ag availed addr*** to int Nan party conge*** at Humbert oar mar on foreign gohcy Ne*a**agua *bo4*. Oerman U»-lontfona tovard Cornrow**!* and Mf* open in* prvetbi.i v af a peaceful aofution of -he audace* Oertaan Pitkin Thu pkctuiw va* tetrad from N -rnberg to l*c«« Mm and radiesd -nance to tho Aa*ariaiod fraaa Al New Tort TRIBUTE PAID MANUFACTURERS AS CLIMAX TO OUTDOOR FEAST 500 Attend Dinner Poving Way For Abilene Products Doys In Crusade A* ive* lo AMImai ma artar tar-era "Mato rtf to tow tm obol tov do fee and mesa lo IM* com-moony ’ Thu* -pr o* w R Ami h Abt lemon, in tribal# to tora. manufacturing concern* to a br-*? addeem clima slog am otodmr dinner for mort Hmm MS person* Tbeev voa aa vovmmI feater* abmM (Aal great lb* Ned* •erred va** AMU** prwdwrto, ^ - I, ..I a to a to to m *■— a J * a* Q> * OI #?*> * pf f-11 Mpv el if Iwfl rwi»rvf mm. Thmr* rn aa baby baof bbrtoc led tin# eahe* ver* rauad to Ta? .-or count) * Tho# lo AoaMBpMH thia mer* ear* pout to * nip* broad pichloa, ahead ham ch#*## Mea-'AS- styli beam coff** lea cream car-bona ted bae ar ag** Tha dtonee. to vbtch tocal amr-chant* oat* met tad aa epee val London, announced aarly txUf thai Pe alular Milaa Hodxa of C»ACh«9loyAku had received a metcAf* from Eonrad Hsnlain laadar of th* Sudeten Oerman party, hrsaking off negouauona with the Profwe government t STT ut ring a tea st abt A latter free* Newton a german? wet a? It Atonies after midntgh-thanked gin m ums i i < peructpent* fee thaw part to tfe— imgaUailona in tha Minacity fig-*- but addad mat under tha drrmnaiancoa fur-thor MgrttottoM oar* impoaaihi* Maeoryk MMI Thto va* taken a* an mown w the government • ref usa. to ammi the m-boor ultima turn hatted by lh* Sudeten CJecwMn party demanding tho gwn)111—** abd autrtial law m th* Sudeten regtona Bkptraumt af th ta ultimatum waa •et for I to * rn I to p in Tues toy CST! Hitler Keeps Eye On Czech Crisis SCRUX Sept    14-^'Wednes day . — rv~ Adolf Hitler Sept ma awn emtxtofll to bl* Ha>•.-tan moun-- 'aintop rwwne aarly today vhtle re-poet* rt mat* Sudeten derma rut kl see to Cnarroatovaiua fwurad to. Hut pe»**mmifit in Bertni watch* ad development gkiaely and ana- demands for rwyoeaklOR of martial low is tho rtotooa bordor regions    _    ^ Tha Budolos Gorman chiof. Eonrad Haaiain had damaadod that Proatdvm Bd nerd Banag arid Promitr Ullin Hodm ta- as anc* bv radio within fix toms tho! troop* and spooal police would ho wiUMtrown from th* Sudeten district* Tho tim# limit waa cowl dor ad to hart axpirml by I SO a. rn (I BO p rn. (CST, Tuesday) although no ow waa certain jato when tho ultimatum wa* delivered. Tha govarnment • ani war wax to shift aero troop* into tho troubled area and to initiate other measure* to realer# order th tho towns which have hoes is vaned* stages of reb# I bon unco tho ekploeion of Budatan amotion gat off by Adolf Hitler a Nut*-berg address Monday, Tim uncertainty as to just when tha ultimatum expired wax boca nae It wax telepb^aed to tho government from Egtr tamo minute* after 6 p rn Tuesday by th# Budeten Deputy Brmxt Frank. Pramisr Milan Hodxa. to whom tho cab wax directed, said tho government could taka so notice of tha Sudeten four po tat demands and ohaorvad guck matter* should not ho arrosgod by telephone After tho moat liberal allowance fur tho iii hour period martial law wax tighter Urns stir in CxecbeaiowakiA • bordar regions Tho cabinet adjourned after I a. rn. (< p- rn Tuesday C BT) but made no announces!eat concerning th# Budeten ultimatum* which said unless martial law war# withdrawn the Budeten party would ' decline all responsibility for all future developments * Ny actios wax taken concerning tho Hon la m demand* A government official mid. however, that tha gov ar nme-st wished to lift martial low ax —.................. Offtriato v#f# re    jn gymu to! to Mf af f*epartn« ta#    Q*??* two iparol toy* to lh* Atokna Salaaman * Ct-mo* Prttof end Baturtoy sr* Abt ton# peed nets days "lf #**ry pa#«M» bey* ea #«l#e ten af baeow. lb* plant »*« rvn Mtrtto# * sold J. K et*bm***, rrmedr Asnag**. vt* we* ass* ta* rt ratvesaelae "lf awry pav» •sn kvye e ran af trtfa*. se • •(re Kef af breed lb* ertfs* flirt* and ii# botone* **♦»» be lean is taper!** (bl* *#*k * Tterty inn* Abik«« mon Jo* • a - IN ( St AAM. r* IC Cai • SCHOOL ENROLLMENT UP TOO— Local Colleges Indicate 25 Per Cent Gain In Freshman Classes DNR iM**d a tofn#(am ausr'rrt* af reports cur ok lad •brnad rt a "paine *■#»»« ess mm* » ma Carman pnm of s Bud*«#n fir; • agen un anat urn ta Ow Caacno* slwafc fwamitim* In*toed in# «fife tai n*w» agmrt •pi *# af tom demand# ;v*»*r'*?! bv '.'to iwiPlan* to tov*toro* Bd-mid Penal A pi ripe ii nuts mtouiry spMiot • mm mid in# toton#** mm* va* not fiwuerrt m uHmomm rn o#r-aaaf Mb audad toat rn# dewiann* war* a toeiwr rorvrernmg tm Pft-C# ton Oar teens ibm* Holy Proposes Sudeten State RiO(MR Bapt IX—idb—TtiS Its Jan govanuneni toauftii toee«e»r*d a •tot Mi gin advoosting *#p*«iitm af 'fig goatee German termer• twas C**tAot)D*aa!A ai ma - soon ax poaaibU Nil that guck scuon cerutttly would bo! ho ITOW I taken until thoro wort «!feet.va guAroeteag presumably from tha Bedote** that order would ho prttorvad if tar government foldicrt sad po: cc had loft tho Budatcn couutry st th t u lt in rn IGI c It ako va* said mat tna ga*-amman' wiahad to rv? .rn* Mo oa-r to rows vt* n roe mrnmm party , sui agisted amt rn# -s.su mix pier# rn rrsgu# Sud#'.ar eftiefs Kg*? rn# • o . rt# Al Ka*! ll SUKO iv xvi*tan-I nato ria** u vbtvA «#rroll Uba vOOfir# rt vasters rrtr tiriwiiiirikkl after tOrif Hnkr i Britain, France For Plebiscite STAMFORD Bapt ti , Ft opart y taxpayro of tha Stamford j independent athort district ?oday ! approved a bund issue of $*.> OOO to mmoggf. foUov: m*a? th* Ai*uleft part of a ^upo*«d colt roping: g O BusaaU Mar-990 000 building program Th# poB fed, jgj, Waldon Young Albany was ITO for th# k*u# and rt **atmt it* John Boyd Trent, JO TI;* project si outlined by ’He board of education avails a 940909 I PW A grant to share expense of a The ao-calkd rteeaa.ia*i and th# mtendent L * Dud lev orc’, present bad cot ion crop sr* UPI ksepmg teatim* and n *m ganorsi r*m*r«u Wert Tri*# huh srhool g;»du#*.ai before mg student bossy *tng* Dear from rot*?tog erti**»    this    fall.    Old Abilene H gh* at    th# rloat    i Ak thra# Al*tm# co!-**** kl’ The mr*# goi;ac«a aa** pvan pre -night gat# ap unKii# reports on ttmmary tests to fresfe«i*n and ak freshmen anroMMwento. Inc. * ui< a tr« raputung ti n>itot anrotUnrnta JI par cent Mtcraas* In beginning gg tare* col leges report fresnaum cis sees    « asses ut JOO or mort    M' M    *?•' g* A? Av. ft w high school I SOI ( ooamroi **» a to nearly kid rn .Lh •tudanis f.sd registered ti - *<r urgent, rther fgaMMBSU kMkcauni Tur*da>. comp*"sd to    IW*    ai    th*, inst taw tyould gppaai    to’#r    tomes# - rn# last y#*r    In th*    my    tom* th# #ru<*unant    past    that    ti- gr tour-sr schools. OBVOtern? shov- g ir# Hardin-h ta IMO na and Atokne *d a RTO Sky tori#**# of ll* OWW Ctumuao crti#g# gat* rom! la nm last year Cass »*<«    fOMw Itta JPS gtudonu raspace t#iy aith    t    , day in grad* schools one is its tod ow ti ar hoof reporting toot toner ” M * i today at high aehool OOO % ad* lam. A government etmree said dead mrtudPi *evcn Cuwha n»# iiidatani Tha Pr»g m eovenuuont •ought to curb th# rising lid d-K>i arr Or im J FARIA Sam    t4*rt W*dnosday)-» MA RgpitoSAtoilv** of both -CIO FHmeh sad Br'jab ?• »-;-.*n*nto haw pit pressure on P-e*,d#nt Bd-lard Banat    rt raechukkros.a to IMM ’mnbt    tha    Oudetro    Qarmxa Kwn<k Mf ^    "    -    a pKbtsrito. it    *** **s*ed *ar?y to* day m dipL-wna’ic mc las ronatontip rn touch with rn* Prague govern. ■MMSI Accordm lo tibaig *nmo* F?aneo and HrttAto already have roe -**#d an intemationai pokes force fee the Sudeten Germen region* of dechmiotakis IU Oitk* dips*to*!.e a-, sr ter* tho firm Mtwf has baru •**pf«artd thai the Prague government * h to forced by Preivn and BrWIMl pras-*ure to aocem p.*t>isc'ito for tho Budatan Gervuuv In London Monday Jan Mmsaryk, th* had I of of ainaedioc s HuvvpeAA WA# f    *wJ*u*tog    moi    ti*,    (av    cumharovak    udnUiar    to    P;    ’s.n. A huimm rt th* »em;-*4fk,Ai    Usfemed    tut    fmetgn    offlPS    Mot    a tnformanona Dip**-msis* dutirth-mod to ’Ti* |ww.,flKii! tue.f *a»d I tht only sitensaUv* vs* "diaordar and va; * Tim **m# Uwu» va* rafkcted in th* Its tan pres* ahs-> g*?* its’ r?..».»,• »*n *j - to ChanroUnr RitJerk NuraOerg address tofmnamone CUgimuAIICA termed th# h a (•overful cmtrtoito to r la if I-cation of the toadeten proalem ’ Th* a arid tnt bulletin -aw ie not waul a tear designed «adp to , mail tOlU *Ubg ierOuhJp Of Pr*|4 ordering tummsry civil trial Ami < 11 VIA, Fg IX. tai I The Weather # V • creed MffQn Blalock of IfarthaU, new elementary buildusg and an ad-•hatnmm f-r tho four jests, dor* Attic*n to th# Re;mold* street el#* many k aa OL. man    mealary Bronc riding Carl Taylor, Faroe. Van Bt uwn. Houston, Johnny Downs Abilene Steer t ding. Mutt Ray. Killeen, Orval Thomas, and Joe Hood. KU NICH At MO*IL tirthlSG At Atole; # huh th# studeut bud) via «ftn th* tear* first chapel- M IO A clock aith the mtmtao af America ’ Dr W M Murrell VHI give th# devotions! and Ma;or W W Hair Witt extend greeting* SHOU Plowman class of 'TS vlil sing sc-leempaaiAd lf Aaeeo tUitka Bupct- Britain Set For frashmen would register lo'CVACX' ort Mhci roo tv Ac;,* * Chrv>uan s d be the Worst In Cr S*S firs! co:.-#*# to hold It* eoerunx tmijritbb, that *•*»! being sia- LOHXN>N S*p( I*—<Wednesday* ?*d st IO o dock thk morning m -vto- T?>r civil and irtUtoiy Wad-hr** . auditorium Freaident James crship rt sn arwusgt Brttalr; pi*-F Co* viH presto* and D A Baa- pared t**r the aor* rn virtually Aaa aCMOOUI, Pf lh Cal 9 I Aa* FO WAR*, Pi ll Cal • •ait usa mn vnmm«* #■»■*• ■r-tm. a, , (mo I *■«•*•« ase* IKK. root* ,*mmO» I • MI tm \ ie #■»• rn A M    am*    a ll    ..    I    as ta    ... ..... ,    i ...........    as rn    ..........    I .....  rn **    ....    •      «a ti    ..... .......    a .......—..    ss ii    ..... *    ............    rn to ........ .. i ... B t«    a       al rn    ..... .—    *    ...M si ., • ta —— m    -    ti    -    « •■M    SS ttMtaN*M    ** I rn* rn Vt ~ r f OOO* (pew a * * a »dl • WB ti    *»•« • *«■# mm •* s-4 M ,Mi-rSs.    « M • It. SM INK mom * I*. ptettori-c vourt be unacceptAkio Frsg“^c * Japan To Bock Germany, Italy TOKYO Rrt H Wednesday» —Ir The tm-'urn tffto* ^okes* man rn the tiro •:stomata here un the Cereh ami* today Warned cum-UcUviUM and declared Japaos re* ;.;«*» pin -iertnany and Tab rn ts^uni *g*-rot rad opera uons * -D;e spokesman said hove* ar it • •* pgaumtuiu to aroatpr* * duvet v nr'her Japan *ou*d figM with Germany lf tit* *roe m»tofad m amfUct otto Hrttam and Prune# over th* Owen *n*m!;.ic», H* dec ared that lf 'he ut us IM* necassitatea Japan is ready to fight m mon way. *i.h gmup if oncea-•Xff sgstou UK conuntaro. With war amrit ansm* thrmiehout att Bur ope. ink picture of French dispatch ruler* receiving thetr orders th Hie dead of night hearken* bock to th# dreary dart of IAIA whan pot Un just Uke throe rude their bouncing HMNomrrt*; over rutted, corps*-strewn roads to carry messages to tha World War front Their faro* thrown Bilo sharp relief bv the light of Army lantern*, th* soldiers war* pictured ss that participated in French army maneuvers with a1) tha grim mrlmomooo rt actual war. GcwnmunkatiofM ronton must be Brotar«*d barbed-wire ba mead* as they trained their weapon* and A erg French msch.n# gunner* are pictured behind a _______    ______ weapons afcma a mom leading to sn under troundtele- phone K'atton near th* border. Alarmed at the war - Uke utterances of Hitler and ho Nan ouSm in run nee tton vRh th# Cusohoslovaklan Cflstt PTsn-ft ta taktog.uo Chonces of being ...prepared to rvrot of war. Tanks, gigantic ratferoad runs and aoidim hav# been moved to the Meginot Im# on tha German bordar Hitler is reported to bar* rn a*a#d JOO OOO soldiars on his •*?# of th# lino No aik picture waa not lifted Out of a World War album It fc a Wand-new rtrtn-grsph taken during French war maneuver* and rurtiad to the Gutted gtoiro foe NEA Service and it proves that the F-rom poi: i o«wd after a day rt fMhUiUL awn finds a rod of *tr*w on a «fabk new a good Olar# lo feat Th# row sn the unrti-grotmd **r#* calmly st In# •okttar* not fniitoi tho? they sr* in fib# midst of grim P--ryR *w a war which Burvpa MM9 may stria# st any tim*CZECHS SPURN ULTIMATUM OF SUDETENS ;