Abilene Reporter News, October 22, 1938

Abilene Reporter News

October 22, 1938

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Issue date: Saturday, October 22, 1938

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1938, Abilene, Texas WEST OWM NEWSMPER See Page 2 VOL LVIII, NO, 144. OR FOES WE EXACTLY Prtu TM, rUbn it 2 2.1 1 board a ____ f passively at the newcomers The Japanese, with fixed bayonets, stared back and Canton was a fall- en city. As the occupation proceeded to- ,ay. amazed military observers ought to evaluate the 10-day-old South China Invasion as U relat- ed to the 15-months-old Chinese- Japanese war and particularly the months-Ions encroachment on Han- kow, Chinese military capital some oCO miles to the north. Foreign observers nave manltain- ed Japan must take both Canton and Hankow to achieve real vic- tory. Armistice Day Fete Planned Parade, Concert, Fireworks, Dance On Legion's Card Details of the Armistice day celebration tn Abilene were discuss- ed at a meeting of committee mem- of Parramore post. American rick Mo. 1 W. v. Trlplcu i ard i On Hankow rne test, bailin, out one j bailer of oil to one and a hail oi SHANGHAI. Oct Japanese today reparted satisfactory progress In all sectors Main features ot the schedule will be a parade at 10 a. m. and a con- cert and fireworks display at p. m.. and a uance at 9 p. m. Following the parade, a speaker will be heard over a public address system In the downtown section. Ex-service men will tw entertain- ed at a barbecue at the Taylor i of the grand meets November The !.-men raided Overman's place aboil z o'clock thlj temoen but to lind Illtjal bererajH. At (hat time, Liver- man's siller, Ona, wu arrested on i chute of rMistinj arrest Uler wu released on KM bond. Officers returned about an hour See SHOOTING, Pr. 5, Col 7 Resisting Arrest, L-Chief Asserts John W. Coates, district super- visor for the IlrjLor control board would make no other commitment last night regarding the shooting ol Dan Liverman. Eallinger, than to say that he was resisting arrest Coates hurried to Ihe scene of the shooing from Abilene immedi- ately after receiving word ol the Incident. ROGERS PAGEANT BEAUTIES PICKED Miss Dorothy Scott, Okla- homa City, comes up to stand- ard measurement as Ennls Helm. Oklahoma City, pickj candidates for Ihe "Ziegfeld Follies" sketch of a pageant to be staged at Claremore, November on the 59th birth anniversary of Ihe late humor- ist. Will Rogers. (Associated Press From 2 To CJTY REVIVES CAR CURFEW h. men on the jwwping machlna to rtop their mwhtaei, climb down and rate iu5 brocm tn hand and aweep the piper mud truh from uBder art arotmd Ihe parked can. Then they to make a dub !u beat the West Tens tnrnei K) me truli, jr. either that, or leave the portion under the cars unswept; and to something ibout the situation. original Indoors will now be 2 to 4 a.m. The street give the street sweepers lime to get their work done. Chief of Poltee T. A. Hackner to with that tourtesy tickets be left on the automobiltj Tiolitinj the no park- hours. He cited that In manj other citiej, the offendlnr can are towed to storage, where the ownen most redeem them the next day. Abilene used to [practice that custom too, from mid- night on. After the courtesy tickets sive out, the chief didn't