Abilene Reporter News, October 5, 1938

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 5, 1938, Abilene, Texas Abilene’s Most Decorative Parade Launches Cotton Festival Bull? the most decorative end festive ever y*a«#d tn Abl* Ie ne. the floret Cotton perede yesterday inaugurated e two der celebre lion of the Tex** cotton Petti vet Mare ‘hen SO floe?* from business concern* end civic organisation*. elong with IS col lege end high school bend* proudly pseud br the judges* I*end et the Perter*! building on Pine Winner* delected by the J id*** were Mr M urry college. In th* beet decorated floe* division. end the Core Cote Rote flint com pen* tn the commercial division Pint {dace hi coch division cerned en HOO prtin The winner* in the bend end pep squad division were dante Anne, fire! prira of SI*. As re* -• •tar second end Merkel third. CMco won the tile A bend centaet for benda en:?. end Coleman won cie** B with Loraine winning clave C Other fire ta placing In th# the winning bree gel of the dec* orated floe** were Taylor Conn* ty Tttbercukut* arnotta finn. second pctrn Su*tn#M end Pro-fetetanal Women * flub third end Aefewav Atom**, fourth West Tete* Utilities end the A R Roger* Implement company pieced aer cmd ann third, reaper lively. In th# semi commercial version Th# mile long perede over downtown streef* we* net without bidi spa* a of est I feasant near the end of the perede ae the bist fleets were pasetng North Second on Pine en unknown youngster teased a lighted match on the Abilene p > »<e department float In*'ant Iv th* crepe paper decorations were akia se end per*ons riding on ‘he fleet mara forced to vacate Chief of Po lice T A Hackney Mild last night all the de* oral on* were de*Wifed but that no one was injured A group of city official* fat horseback led th# pared* with •he Abilene high «choo| band following clo*# behind Th* first noel we* the Ha'tonal Th*spl*n club of high school Drawn be a foursome of bls-* horse* the float ws* In the form of * carr.**# af medieval 1a * and the characters en to* floe* were dressed in appropriate Ae# r*R trig pg lf. reg I WU! TKA*' HEWSMKR WIie Abilene Reporter—"WITHOUT. OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRI!'SDS OR FOES WF. SKE ICH VO( R WORLD EXACTLY .SS IE COTS “-Bi ron VOL LVIII, NO. 127. DWM r*MM it r» ABILENE, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1938 —TWELVE PAGES SMM****** r*M* i a#* PRICE FIVE CENTS WITH HOME FOLKS PREPARING TO TURN OUT- West Texas Fair Braces For Record Crowd Today *#*    see    ##•    ’’•#    tee    —„ AS TWO OF WINNING FLOATS AND BANDSTERS MOVE IN COLORFUL ROYAL COTTON PARADE CorOIlCltiOIl To Top Day s Bill Territorial Delegations And Wettex Oil Men Converge On Fair For Day; Horse Racing Begins In Afternoon Bt HUTHIX WISCH* A EM PF. R A rejuvenated thrill packed West Texas Fair a wilts what prom ieee to he the bdft 4ay ta ll) It* hitter? today After welcomiR< fly thrones estimated above SS OOO an •neb of Iii ftrtt two days this week, ike exposition a Wtdiesday program it expected ta set a new record ta attendance Home team folk were preparing fitter day to tim out on Abilene De y All bust nee# and crofeggtonai mea ami elite their businesses it noon so thai employes may jota la the fun. TIM postoffice uric close at I o clock West Texas oil men wit] eel-verge on the fair for tkotr day. Horse mote miter Ute 'alerta**-meat picture for Ute fug! Hate * , - Bargain' Hikes Rodeo Turnout Cowpunchers Vow Best Performance Is On Top Tonight Ratting under the darter sure#! underpass sud lowers tee (IN firs! place ta the Royal Ca'Sort Perede > eaten!** Mc- Murry Cottage* float dummied bt R-**f fbtkraa head fa the *p#erh department With a bona them# it p*Mi#b?ed fa* iwwt et emetic .is*elf phot#*, ••send pl**-# rn orated float di« lei che reelers •he derail want us the Taylor county TWrni^di a**nrsa*k*rs Wftlk *h.« afl WMW #r.*> * att whu# teeepc far me deep rod *v*eb.» rrraa *PNrs** by Thornier . Muds end pep a als mad* a colorful ps'irk In the parade Rare Ste the bsndssere end pep*i#i• from Rente Anna. peppy aggrege *#*-• rn gnu and blart The units ban# asp money cd gTI rams tear. <Rtaff THROUGH AUTHORITATIVE MOSCOW NEWSPAPER RUSSIA DISCARDS FRANCO - SOVIET PACT MEXICAN CALMLY ADMITS THrFT— JEWELS STOLEN FROM MUSEUM RECOVERED England ls 0nly T0DAY S FEATURES AT FAIR I JI RC sr> Ort «    • I The prs*** ai Car.press Cancha jew-als. atnfai ft ran the umrts nails-rsi museum a rn « ta ape wwrs for.aer od hart tinter and a SI year red M••»•-*•> wa* sr-mated as the sale perpetremor el me crime ■brigue Mesa tufa CW Cera. r af th# international br tope. rafaslv admitted tim theft ta on meaeticaimf bord and odd affinal* a her* the pwaig maist The youth said lie ram enlsd khnsetf In Mw Meehan ram >t si museum nepiemlvrt I and re* ma load In hiding until nerves had tell far the Jar Then he wsttate fa the inrpe show <ao» aogtaming the many franks once belonging ta Caper..- Mas-ndOfan • beaut if u mf# end lifted them put M# jumped from a baaony and fad from Mer. o City FOR S425.000— Texas Oil Suit Is Settled Slate And Foes VIEW FIELD EXTENSION LOOMS Reach Accord AS LARGEST WELL IN COUNTY ACfrTtN Oil J -F A rainier» choel few fa." nu slid arrow the benin of the Uh district mitt lader vignetting sn end ta • mvn year old suit in a burh Ta**-* has —ugh! m*«.m -rn »- * *.*u af PIT -•MOM and forfeit .re of marten of It ail companies arui two assoria-tun* charged with vu .sling stale eau*trust statutes The Teas* lh trois urn sunt rn associates a sen ire argantmtiog for the od lndu*'#> in Twas paid the j atgmeM by agreemei.t with *n» Hate ll paid an additional Mi de ta •partai coquet retained foe me pr ram ut ion a condition of me judgment. The sett.rment rem#* rn the Ie* bt IT, r* It. t el I Test Indicates Opening Of Second Poy Horizon; Acid Treatment Due Prosper!* for the larges* Mi pro* du ar rn Tat bor matt were seen Tuesday in the A R Turtler and Charter CW A Cis* lumpen* N 2 J C Meter. Roan norm rat- . well for the Vie* field ii m e* •math seat af Abtten* The estrael— tem alae fail-rated epee*ag of th* se. -od pat fcofiMMi fee th* pawl firm loo# a flew area wen a*#    *    trined prwdarafan froes a as a No 3 frederwkton ««d feet north of the Ho I PYedet lr keats which wa* completed ’.st# in the summer smit: pumper from th* c-m*____ filled overnight and bractea on on# ga .ged flow of 51 barrets TttradS! it had jutted es foe*, of mud time •attiratioa Ufa tarn ll frat si.**mg lur.# pornsjt. sad an mtraam ut saturation It was estimated bv Forster Abilene att opera tat. far et -ray’- IM barrel* daily natural treaUMFOt mf th* tem ettb eetd is s*h*delad Tborada*. vt RMhbJLdtuB be*. Immm rut    i    i#>,m    ■ ‘ wrarag    wivern#    #    rn    y Amal* ae tnt** ha present shewing Tie tao* I *efa>« »a»-*4 at* bi ss loran## fa Ute rum by tbw craw pa#***, mm r* «, <#i t Ally Says Paper MOSCOW Oat « (AF)- Tho French la equate newton lier Le Journal de Motto* •kick habitually reflects UM vrawi jf the Sonet foreign of fica give expression today Id wha! teas regarded ll diplo matte quarters ie Bussu • fare well to her ally. Friar# HH S t I ki t g HORD fas ne# * no ;<**§*? Reg an ail* Ii* k«rope eacepc Rn ta in * the paper •aid. This aa* arc”*p"#,d a* moaiung bo**et K .¥ • na tee gee ****'■ I* h*-self • partner to in# Orangs-do* fat mutuel assistance part ut event or adBraaw. rn ' Inteenetaeoei pub.ic optnton now ara RI -s|4 ps lf, tm | Vole Dandier Full Financial Powers TANJA Oft B—fWediwd**5 -I* farm .*c On jitter wa* vo-.ed full finnan*, power* •» nile by term-tar tai drar## today av the chamber of deputies Th* *-• * sa* Me to TI with Iff assuming Th# iou ram# afear the pretty had fought a night-long nae "ie Ya*'erd#» ;.# mamaor fa a voce af UR ta ti had approved hts part rn the Munich parti' - « of Cane no-fay*akin ta puf' bara thrones pewee. and he cad announce*.? nu mien. item *»f resuming fa.; dip«oma<<r re-tnHaafa • n Italy to attend that pean# sriijssx day Tartar amasty rat* Od mens day MrMrary eetteg# Hat, ICN3F day, Brawn Oilman Runoffs and O ae •©unt* day Jersey show at arena i fa a rn Horae mea* grandstand I p. rn T**n* Cotton fa#*jr*ai tegrmdffan sidnraRRn lpm. Rout of Brother* codas    •    *    «* I p a Ckmmmtmm (lrand batt lf p rn Woman basat Roosevelt Urges AFL-CIO Peace Prttidtfil Sett Bunnell Boom HYD! PARK lf ▼ Ort I #• PvetMfani fbMwevei' aa* aa-d on nigh a--harm fadd> ie ue.favt aum* nam would ho*# a (fair true* ie-• ate letter -.me# if mdoatrv and alar MiOetituted frfandi* eonfat * onces far name tatt.ac And roettas-tnatism Whether dfarfaaure af th.** opinion meant the pranjan t aa* preparihg rn net t«raend md*»tna. rom* en* no*, annouhrad The mere rnate-men' of hi* ma’.unset!* aa* native* -ad without comment fa newvpop#' -mer. et the temporary Wr. » Henufa here Tha*e who »;•<** a Jltaritativoi* regard-bg Mr Rno**** * • attitude »•***» *■! ettlerifaie in *ne dom**-tic •*unumu ar#ne para *,« the recent B..'opes a cruel The war Us* geel or es fa Bhropein halloas they tad find their ana • od' m anet tmr* ee*rrtb#d a* ftigh’*nis-ig I'ceoci.a mer*; -a **    • * * of • •    ■ "» ' po fay for partisan pm.‘ira. sj*ufpme# AFL Woitiog For CIO Ovtrfurts NO* RTON Or- I - n- Th* Amor lean fv.tersu-n of Latwr N waiting Cee the c I O It «.«** .*.* Beal t ’*»•. .ira in a.- * ye* * mote-meta William Chretm mid t.faught after Rraaident jBawewl! had ad* ’r* ©ad a .-.rag* ta the a r f L aanvmitiact urging Amar wag la* anc harmim > 'There tan t •#.*> immadate prospect fa the At» *r i an fhrteratkm fa lascar maAmg . -« - • . th* C J ti * tIraan mid sf?*f the prra*d*T.' * meaasge Rad been rend ti tee eon- • entien rh* preotdent fa th* A F fa L mid lf an» ran cr et# **gie»**m w- • cfd medmucn fa tier labor ttu-ti"- * w made b‘. p-MMhen' Bomeoeli H eofad be *.*e*n.tt#d unmw* #t> to the ncrv.'t emanctt of tee A r rn t. We accep* tm mra***# tads* a* merely an eapreaabo af i.-<p* *hai pear* can be made aft»s aa awrb IM# mem*** was ''rad ta the RRS ran-tun Ofoect mid I do am **pect In reply *«» ii * as ai added attraction Bi Ute aft#moon And finally, bpt per bap# the center of keenest tater est, the eorgRattofl of King tad Queen Cotton for IKM is slated for I o clock tonifkt wtvrtas nojfitnog TWrttoriei defagauvm are doe fa! swan •'tendance fade* Bab Can-nm tate punnet’* dirarfav ai he Rad Men tnfmumf af definite arrangements for a fat delegation from Wutteve ‘aday. Mrs. T D Obi Aptend ani M in < - arp* Bel -ttngwr fitmen* and faller* m Run-net* count* mm .-bevue be turner 1 gums# mon#wa.* amihiy bee prim-WM a erg# ropramotkUan sod n Ie aim Buran, Oai#ma«t Iud Coke sbuiuam day. We*4 r*«a* TOOF sad aaaR-mtf memeerv hfad spacial levha uans fa st tend th# big ahem fader Mr* H C Ar-humid mu M in charge af ragkttrauoo at thai genarsJ infarmatum booUi a front fa the War. Teas* Utiutiea ammu botte IVO dmt T*um railroad ram fa the ara* to me.ng tee fair fade* Ne aa* tamed by tee Wasi { Centra* Chi end CNM ma* rn ahd arcepfad thdsratttme ware tee att fratemiiv teraugnm^ th* •tea WHI turn out en maim, for ‘.heir isMuatry a drawtne mar* et tentkwi et the lair this rase ‘hen • ■et The* will wtthom me drttt-fag af the fhmod l#*-e»i*4hg OH - OOipatiV ho I Cit* of A Em .*(',* Pa.J Rara and they was «#* tt an-: Mad ti pre* “•*• pfah* ara bm ne am Chem jai Rrorem rampanv fa Bier aet a fag* nm "pram-*-*! la treat 'tm atfara? tem with » fa bio moi ti* a rn* no* Mea en .* dmgtle grants ne fa an tejuo* tom order ehsrh Ufa f.fah: had oat been rarved an A J Tramet RSNMTacfar far in# awd, the rig ma* ta • p*; !•.*»**» »«»tefa*> m III atetway mention affa vet night aas RakRwg the atltntion fa I -.ne rurtou* Jutuc# fa, th# Pm.* rh## Arn I .Made* granted tn# us-j MOUM age-’ vt operation* Crowd* otwihhued to ga mer to •att ii the teat a* *t wa* .ranw out alfa #e#period a I addr.Iona. IS ie* kl va* troubled bf rad bed rev mg* i a Hood swerrughi Mar. •i*> night altho*,*, araa Th*f* ar# kl evwr.'g Mated f°r tee fir*! afternoon of nurse roe* tog ie ee<« et I vfwc* fort*, terao hone* ten ■ ream fa a»u'n-wee! mr tog »>« « rem pet# bar Ufa fuse de* pu* asway us tee ask bsoMei carga 'The sport, is mi-ps* ted ii sterna ane of the boat * trnruat» fa the fgur * en *. ‘am --nets' u». Today will ae IHI .» for *h«- royalty lo th* Tem** Cotton a** > ah rg tx i fa t AMsmPbrso it »Ro Woo* r**s» radso spurted but hight, with -no cand*’end bargain un effort, bul was OUR far short of WHR two MW. gene the raw- bo*s *«ra-#d fa put eg prtframafuw UNUgbt ber aim ipeemi eoeaaaan * » , BR Day ’Offb MR sasrsmed th* hog# IMN npnt teat tee pandataad would be putMfa tonight. Osvteaient* psgtty settled lorn ta oorg ta (Bg rwuag eranu and •tear buttdoRgthg but the rail ropore *xpevl#aced *gn eoiji g with Ship tim# Tlpfa 'he Drat perforofaaee bar tee ’n EW* oMmaa. •tim WkaBp Ii J La Vega amit*. at: Ar* Mrtuon » Oewe Magnum of Rtfvoe Che, Jogged e amor rn • ms im turn rums* fa tee raoiaet mewnd vent lo Bitt VMI Vacsef with Iii sad • .’rn* vs* a two-way Hs for third with tell Hanger* fa Ro*w* I h ii and « <-et Bsl»re, ORM, ara*mg la A C W a# of BMS A ngem ' ^wod to a Rood rfa# eg th# ageing praweetr* ais.** uwMfa RHm M*t* Mar of Tu *»o M M MMI W*g. coner el Ro*g»4 rode Ate. RHI Haacori raraod «ufa Snappef, Tara Ronan of Rod Ro* a went att tee vat fa* Terry as hews*? Ri*. Mo SOMO P| It, tot t The Weather aassets mm hi*#—*— «M itvt ta*** f •> ** aet ewe «#• MO*, • tm MMI mmmm V* *WORK AND PLAY MIX AS WEST TEXAS' FINEST HEREFORDS GO ON DISPLAY AT FAIR SHOW IR RAIN ... Thor* vat work and piav when the in; Tem* fair Hereford' show got mderw *v as this imp of art md ice tea Here Dub Harknder of Urns ii need u I urn* ira Of til* salves from the Unsent rn Rotted HMA A fiAUh SMoH Af AN NOH Erne** Orb ma left Abt.*?.* department aface men a ** r took rtff ’.ma to show cattie a.’h nu part- cr JaRg Bm* I-wood et Imam Her# the* ara aboon "dragging • calf mr fa the stall &*f* ?* •ttterifiC UM SLoirjdi I AM II T Al I AIR The bitt shoer a bv .tmrv ';.** Oriffm Cte» ave tt rec en’.* Abtlen* flab seem* I fait ai urn MilL i ’.ho im *^i* ss* en fated rf but brr fattier o C a or ted preafam* fa 'he ight Rt’erasted m 'de we!- •rn I A MIR* IN 11 RI s 11 ii A ppoup af Abtenfan* we;* faisneefy mfarasied lh .fudging when this wa* at app#4 The* Are fat rn r p, Mr* Ruprr* Markr der R ,j»rt Hark-r. 4#r <»’anding fsrra*' Orfasent Mr* ini'. Mar-fate Le-and Raiford ated Hi Ifagotte Harai.o#: YMI ruin Sttfitk D H Jeffene* president of Un* Warn Teas* ta..? and new ■ fumer to the Hereford rani* •a* all aottiea when n# pw .ed g to aecand place to ‘.no pie-lure CUR ANN t ti AMP11 UN    . , . Her* * clime* ta th# ratty* abow ai r. doge Jig th# grand rhatspewi Ibid Wimberley of n*** wats* va shew* her* n<rating the fraud damp e» Rnii Rme Dovitno This bull traveled A ira aufas on 4br ahow timttt aa? *•? BgperiOI -New* ft. uw •» Mu un Rue . ;

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