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Avalanche-Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1926, Lubbock, Texas A PAPER FOR THE ENTIRE SOUTH PLAINS TWO BIG PAPERS v IN ONE EVERY SUNDAY MORNING VOL XCKG UJttUOOK LUBnOCK COUNTY TBXAfcSUXUAY XOVEMBEK 7 FULL LEASED ASSOCIATED PRESS L 0 ALL SOUTH PLAINS Intellectual and Religious Freedomfor a Wi ji Honored at 99 FOR South Is Aim of Unitarians from Four Dixie States WhoOrganize at Nashville V LETEl NCW Restrictions on Religious Work In Mexico Are Provided in Drastic BOY HAD IDEA THAT HIS LIFE WAS IN j DANGER j RESERVE OFFICERS JOIN li PARTY WILL FORM ji i CHAPTER 1 HE HAD T tn 111 j FRIENDS AID POLICE IN EFFORT I FAMILY AND ICE I TO FIND HIM u vrry Pi ttiiit in fn nf f Shi lisi lljKl tul t tjTi ii iril i up rir c cSrniifiv vhtjn h Ui ii t T i v vi FATAL STORM REPORTED j Nj Ccnferrrjticft of tCO from1 FifiOjjina Typboor How In the v MERCHANTS SIGN UP N WORE WHIMS a A n 1 11 11 JiAJL H I f Measure As buomtted by LalieslniMri in i limb 15 MJLijbfiU Jy The Assofiiud T i ITY fnlov r 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tried here fortlieinurdPr order its priests to suspend Jon May iG it New Braunfels ilre services nd In nil economic Virginia Petty of Kan Antonio j liuycutt Uur Cathfji laity The j soen with the woman on the night 6C i neiv provisions thoir rigidity j the murder and that he i j in numerous details i rinpIn his Tin only jjoiin in wniili j day which resembled a rlnjr worn by tlio jlriHtnt is in i Mrs i pevniitLrnjr nonSpniilsh j The statft also ntloniis to testified to hearing a isliottiear i or ministers for thfir churches tho scftne of themurder and to i fur L period fit This ton injr intermittent efforts to is made on thoduring the rest of the nlfjht In Uio 1 aizrcemcnt thit foreiyni ministers j morninK one witness teach nu prepare nutivi Mtxi j kin appeared at n farm house and I cuns tu tnko over their pulpiis at tho I asked sonic jncto helphim start his ond iif a six yoai period when they iir j must withdraw At present nn forj Maid Testifies ministers are functioning in any I IdtHa 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