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   El Paso Herald Post (Newspaper) - September 21, 1932, El Paso, Texas                                 . r---'ri  •-> •.■f'.ící5i..r.rv ■r-'t.-'-Sí  iv< •' .-»j.  ’ > -  . ■--. _0. ;,-.V  .'•I ^' - '‘.-‘A *'" r*‘“sP’ '^?’>***  ■->  - .Í  Wdkttor Foreeati: Partly eloudy tonight and tomorrow, not mudi change In Umpmnibtt^,  *ét  %ÛL LB. 227  EL PASO. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 21. 1932  . . Í j- ■ >% ■'ci'.'A'ï-.:-■ '  îDÜii  '^wÆ:Zi ^'irn\  -  m  .yV V • './I    I  fe-*'..#.-!'' «  ms»' m  EC'Vf'v'"     so SHE WENT HOME TO MOTHER  #4*.4* + + + + 4* ^ 4* 4» 4* 4»  . . , f* .  NmtcgJ^ReeoesWasni Kidnaped .. She Was Out for Walk      : • -afcaie: ■  .-Wtem.55rSfi'w-ai^ X  . 5!515’'»iww-.«i. Ilhlad ■■tarn mm immmmuÊm amgh  jkHHif. :i*ea ai -M» wÊtm and •  tlÊÊtÎtÊÊÊi 'âtt  'îfcÉrltei'. ■'.  : -'-iwpapiiww ^^sBppwasun n^smpu* jptel^pwiF  M«—ia,;-tha Hilla "|lil''m Ud- '    ÉOm was discovered at 7 a. m., a half bioek from the home of her mOOisr, Mrs. Ludte Reeves, 004H K. Ptedraa m tearefoeted. ^ivering to a thin drsss, tbB flung hereof Into the anas of her we^ng mother.  hadn*t bem kidnaped ... llaDsy lise said she drank a lot ef water test night and woke at 4 a/ite. She dis^ved her etothes, and dsckled to go home and tell iinfl4t«r about It ^ ^tetewd over tloee beds,** said    Nancy Lee. **I went out the back door. Niobody heard me.  **A few cars passed me. A woman said, *Whefe are you golngf * I eaid, Tm gdng home to motlter.* t wasn’t much scared tin 1 saw the higgles, niey didn’t try to bite  **Xtenotgoingto do It anymore, becauee mama was crying.**  *^1 aged 10 years,** said Mrs. Reevee.  Hie diOd WMB placed in the cottage during Mrs. Reeves* illness.     Eod Spending Sptee    pQLL JJIX,  LAND BILLS OK IN LE6ISLATURE  4  1 Ww ■ ^Ê^W'  KoMw ’  'WfwÊ- WífíHSwJ IwWHI  «»»IH _  ^Rimana«.nii. aift.'».  Uh athii «C'V^HIk« Sak »■*«■»«»*■ '  0 :-1BImwiiii *» rnmmù’mirtb-.  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W. liMlity, Bift Owluiâ •t^ OoBÉMlmto Mmii, fête  House Refutes te Suspend 24*Heur Rule and Quits Passing Neasures  Af cruM Fffat  AWrm. sept 21. — *nie <and UgMMan pimctlesUy cxmM tts tliird ettIM Misldn this »oriiing when ttie iMim of represontoan« refmod to 9QtBo&aA the 94-)ioilr rale.  With thmt rule In «Cfoct neither beum nor «mate can oomidgr any-thing but conlerence reports and resoUiUons. No eaaferepee committees wtn out 80 actual leglSlatlini halted.  Hie UU pitting a $6600 nrnximum on the fees any fee ofiioer may re-ostie Is dead even If the 14 hour role is sm^jiended.  The fee maitnmm now Is $13,800.  »The house resolution to call on tha highway oopunlsston to desirt from building the **lflneral Witlte out-olf* died m ttie een^.wh«(i Itft IMglMy eoramlttee failed to muMr a ipMMrtBil.  Tbe biU to reduee the pcm tax to $a and ttie west Tmm land m also <Hid on the catodar.  iS^lteaker Wrtd iiinor algn<^ M|d senl to the gomwm today the house m the snhslttate tax penally ve-oMoa hm^ Jthe bill to givv theiall-* load ceBimtssion etlgteal ivptM* l«ft oi gas rate and a hlfl vBlUMBg  a& ptM munidpal adraloreai lig  yiwfii»,-  'ii*  usoflprtyactepn leitef pro-t wwi wpM0 By «« gopemor, alto A$ WpmUttng for tiee-ItaMi to aeteni^ U eoMHlea of p<*rtte$tett Iw^ eoiiDly aOmSl mmrtntmOmm  sncK m SOAR  Saeurities, ComnMKmas And .. Metiris Rise  JSi triUM Frtfa imr YORK, Sept 31.--AI1 inter. Ma mved iq^winl today.  Jtoteli soartel 1 to more than 10 poli^ bonds I to I pofails; eoib tew^ 1 to 17 pointe: bank teoelts I to 10 pdlnto; wheat! .1-3 to 3 ft-t OMte a teitfiel; ootton more than $3 a’"bale*  CWtw, «001, dBc, roMer Mtf all-Mr also ««re tatghar. ' ^ nett wiume «qpMtdcd firen the iwent Bil^-diu« pace to atoimil iWbOW aliM«ik or the laqicat Haee Sept 13, «bm >,100,000 sbatM ir«f«  cnnYAinr  aHEXKRED  KxrjptY  Judge, Leaving Offtee, Says HeU Welcome Finance Check  MAY C0ST~$30,000  M’Clintock Doidtts New Facts Will Be Revealed Throagh Suvey of Records  Odiinty oommissionm IHiesday are eiqpected to order an audtt of county finances, Judge S. B. Me-Clintock indicated to^y.  Jwte« MeCaintock said he hoped to have a definite annoancement within the aext lew dm* n wffl wteocme an audit beeaaae I am going out of eUloo Mt I»** Judge licCUntodi said, nt will satisfy the curiosity of many M Vmm^ ans and ^ow that coantgr finanees are In good eondltlen***  Judgo IfbCSInloefc prsdletsd an aumt will reveal nothing not already brraght out the maaMf county ftwffti **Hie audit win cost ftm mjm to 030,000, depending on iMW far back It foes," he said.  nrha Chamber of Oommeree tesr a responsible business firm ever Ites aiked for ^ au^ dteeeOy. CcmAf commissioners probably wiS be critldaed fer the «OMiiittture after the audit reveals nothte imioior in county affairs.** ^  TEXASSTIiDENISUiN  Ai»tin Piriice Hurt KWer Of -UniveraMy San  BwVrnimPrwm  Ausmr, aept si.—wioi few, n any dsws, to fuSde ^Mn* pollee today som^t the dafar 4if mow» Oomn Arie^ Wna tftdverslty ah^-here Isisti    by  an aasteS^W fM ow $M tetf  Arisaa^w^msoQ  iHMi  ssatei In an  agtioii. wffl be no fundtomeb-’of poacy, ttie metiiod of ^«AUng wttb m  mÈinmkU^ «iU élÉmmm%A  . „    «Wit. o( iwiiMtn thè  »'tftTotttmm-M (Miertd.'.'aiirt ■rttalB a«d V)nùM9»^ putic-] alar, aaa tD •!*« «kMìiik nacta., ^ #■«. D|^.A. Read o( tonavi-.vite 't*' «ptac aa'm awt «f «iMal  ^SSsit&az:  ers and to make known IHe J^ner-  Mp thè biflnnlag of Jteian*! l^xvISn of ONna test |i«r, Bi^-ainIM flan# nem aisMure^ to be more than Ittbewaon in oup-pcfft of thè peaee treattes. Wlth thè tliatod States and JapÉm tJÒey wM Itie priadpil slgners of ^ mae-pow«^ trsi^ safeguarmng %km V^mc9l and tetrliorlal Integrila of Chiha, but It has never been quite iàmt just wheire they stood. They have iwsuad to hold back.  mataHy ^ c^ineil of thè teaioe. Of wldeh Maln and Franee are ^ bsckbone, has appearsd to move stewly and rehictantly. After tbe flrst rush of events, thè United Stitei stenehow was allowed to ap-pear Mways In thè lead to check Japan.  lATTALlOK SLAIN  f<^a Students AnoNiUatod  By Paraguay Tko<h>s  f ' "" ■ ■" ■■■"■ ^ ■ ■  »W Á*9oeimtéd Ft99*  ASUNCION, Paraguay, Sept. 31.— A BoMan bi^tallon, mads up of yoimg-siudents ftom La Pas, wgs "ceatÿlettiy annihilated” by Paraguayan forces in the Chaco se^cyr, repc?ts*reachlng hm todiy said.  1000 COTTON PICKERS NEEDED FOR VALLEY  Wsffcens to Oct 35 and 40 Gente a HlBi^MrMids  . ASK rat mnoB data  XkHormatlon about a meteor seen ov«r parte of Ariaona, New Mexico and Ttons at i:lO p. Sept. 10, wUl be sppr^teted hf l»eward observatory, Unlversltir <tf Arivma, Ttaon, J. D. Williams, director, said In a letter to the Herald-Post  J. R. Martin, United States employment bureau manager, today issued a call for lOOP cotton pickers to work on SI Paso valtey farms.  Ptekers will get 35 to 40 cents a hundred pounds, free transportaban, wood, water, and <|uartas.  Martin urged farmen to get in touch with hm ii they need help.  The 1^ ofnce of the emidoyment bureau Is in the basement of the dty haU.  HTTS SELF ON IKAO  Arthur Rule, Nichols Copper Co. employe, tc^y nursed inju^ received when a tfedge hammer he was using was ctefiected by a ctothes Une, and struck him <mthe fmhead.  ^¡^^Iteen ¥ car, ftertiod a S|^  and oü --------  Whsn hte ayea to i^ai» tha ateaflant tfioUto» me buOelantered hte isft 4^. teid came out behtnd tha rigm w. gimslng Mite IMS »d lAteh^ to-jurlng her. Tbe attactar HkiL Mias Tïi^ tbMi diové Arteàga'to m ho^Htal bot ha vas dead àte tli^ arrived.  Ite Staln yoii»i% liQDie te al Crodtett» Tçx.'' lie ' waa a fdurth year student'  Bollée wüBdar wbeûier tibe aMdl* ant was a hoidi^ maa wiio becaaie frightenad and fted wlHiaiit roIMng Ihe ctevte or iltilther hb had i^teiM  ned the rfuit^g Ifisi Tron te a graduate of ttena untimlty aiid was Itere vtâttog frteods dnring the schol openlag.  PMieT DANGE KAIL  Property Owners Say Vakio Will Be Oeoreased  fiòtel owners In the vtelntty of a danee hall at 3Ì4% Ttaas st today petlttoned the dty counrïl to cdose the haU on the ground that It te á nuisance:  Petitioners <diari|^ that dandtig  has continued lato at night'^an^ that notee ftom the danee hitfl Ml decrease the ^vahie of their prcq^ ertles.  The eouncn probably will take action on tfte petltton temeemw*  ‘SwaetrB’  -*?> Í         1  '1          1          -1          1      ' , , ■ f    f          I          f      ■ '0^ ■-                    ■ v'^;. ■. ■ /::                        i          I                    .'t--          . 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Í  rffÜ  Mbto IteJiMi ditvir ot I  r-ao IteBaad ^tlte’Solr tede, of'the-wagoà»  •Pnsiçiaai méá ^mmáÉá-U^mñm caûèà dêaâi.  .m^teipte'^-afi  tog wi^ mmArnetiimm  PROTESTS ASSERTED GAMBLING FAVDRITtSM  Peace cadef Oriere ftivesMgaHesi ef Writer's Cemptetert  Investigation of eomplalnte that big dubs are operating gambling games was ordered today by Pdtee CThief L. T. Robey.  He received a letter crtttelaing te police department for asserted favoritism. Robey told Detective Capt. W. C. Wofdverton to Investigate.  Part of the tetter, bearing I3bfi name of J. R<4len, follows:  **Why not shoot s^piaief 7ou raid the Uttte feUows for fllegal devlees and let the big dube run wide open gamUing games.  “In the last six or seven years I have made El Paso three times yw-ly, casing on my trads. I ase tte same men 1^ thoee iteioes all llie time. I can't see that tey have any visible means of nq^part.”  6tmg Ctilef in Go u^ttVorm  at éitíiékpmM ■ ' ' '  .^^•A«MlifXlSa.*8spt.^il  - _ ---_ ■ ,-.¿|A||, *4j. .    4  WJiyiW WSHQH IQ «9GW  Osÿaie’ii.riteoase £1^ evar^tePlteatterywiitei; tes .^tei tea^moi^ df sentmee were broutfbai la ledsral court Iteie toiay.  Mi^ Uh^^ d^te fer hesirtog in^ te^ for  ^    '‘‘«te^coiirt-  larltett  mm  fiaei to  'Cea«  A boil on Asst Itest^ itelf-R. te. W«rs tei toflsy reüiRèd' lB tete pQgtpteteawgfc^af“ tte^ftete* tteel* or the; J^ M^rims CO, eaoai In 94th dlterict .coiart '^^.boil became eo ptfnf^ that Bfsta ':vhm >. eoiDlbaíi^'’^to' ^ìài'-hoaw  'J2SS*  S25r>^3?^> i#d • ^tiÉiterì?^  ' of'eteMÌBtite»*-’tirsWtoiae-oe « eswiw to swm« 0»  lii^    ihWBila i0i|Éli'  ' tuif taipt'-'iMii. pin .aaiii'''^  ‘teate 'fítoítea.' ^ihoateiteii, teite  aa auitee (imLteo  *w6 a|Ml.»^ iMwr tp^ «íb. •, .Un. -ttt p«k  bsa iSteateai^.^iite ^  "ÜÉ^BritaHíMÉC ’JfelABHiMK Mrite».  WdaaMk'ft^hMM''  Ba «OM ta «uana mnr niaiit tur *> eomila tt bstdciv toddlea •nd «• OMt «Mi Man* In aaa-  ' gWVOUEtettlgS*** beea driaklng whisky tor tel fteaa»**üid WÉgam-> «oe üte kaovi ida Bmlta-I rooemawd te m a la^te  a bogr. He made Kentudqr tod-dle& I became used to the drink by tasting tele saturated spigar In the enqsty glass.    *  **Prohifcd^m te a farce. Nobody can dietale a pmons’s morate with sueoess.**  Manney% teemonstratlon In Car-fteoaa. If. IC* ahere he llved when thè prohte^en tew was passed, stin te a topic of discussimi thm.  **Tbe law strudc me ai being sa tooBi^ that I weni Into teie scieelwd gho^ad teiat te aaw wai^ ba enfbreed and that the Wtoa States woukl be the  ing Stock Of the world aa a result,** he sakL *The saloon was fer tam only. The Speakeasy te co-educatleaaL **Hoday the young man with jbte  tracteed by eoctety far satei a stfonaa  nip«%  yean. Be ^teoa bte om owltoa. In hte.atoitest room.  A ^kteiÉy» /toUiiating eeum»--  teclnt^ the ds^ irim ha loam la>tete.aoatiiai»atelir.'^'- ■ an...-»«* .m  Mf«Dtr«MI ttlfh ««h Ma vimm DRtaa vm Ma Joh^ vaa ta» «mm  Ml i^Hnd'tteJaBoMgiJMr eaidd not iliidM ^ & that* hamited *  OB Am- A im iw  A»»«  I    •íi,.r'‘ví  % «í4f A'    -'rf ' *4ír -.**«  ^w”-»    ,j.-Jt 1  S ~ ’ >{s-  -r  .ter.  %■  ^teO/WaÉat'^aÍÉt '^mmámÉgÉgá, ' teto  ftáM IWIfyW ttEÑtótóMr  Tf TáLr  '''atetetMi' 4a 'aÉtUte '   

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