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   Avalanche-Journal (Newspaper) - December 6, 1931, Lubbock, Texas                                Lubbock 26 St S M Tyler 19 0 Jno Reagan 12 20 Sherman 0 Ft W Cen 21 Oak Cliff 7 Washington 14 Navy Penn i FIRST In On The South Plainer VOL 6 NO 13 LUBBOCK TEXAS SUNDAY DECEMBER S 1931 MEANS ASSOCIATED PRESS Fam Crash Worn Killed Westerners Flash Power To Win From Quanah 260 District One And Oil Belt Set Saturday Lubbock Play Responsible Chinese Army Is National Eyes BluebeardMurder Trial To Begin To Fight To End I I Henry Was One Largely For Victory When j LOVal To Touchdowns Follow Blocked Pants And RecoTeries Spokesman Says His I Troops Are To i Hold Places Indians Outplayed i Eyes Of West Texas Fans Are Shifting To Next Battle As1 Abilene Eagles Show Up In Sweetwater Clash By COLLIER P ARRIS AvalancheJournal Editor QUANAH Dec 6 wns colder than a Siberian wolfhounds nose at tlui port today and ihe Lubbock Westerners had to fceep moving to keep warm And every time you looked up some Wester ner was scooting over the Quanan Koal line for a touchdown When the game to decide the bldistrict champion of Districts 1 and 2 was over the score 26 to 0 favoring the Westerners Most of the scoring was done in the first quarter In fact all but one touchdown was made in the first fifteen minutes the fourth and last coonter coming early In the second chukker Coach Weldon Although Henry Young negro had never lived in the state of j l By The Associated PrtiJJ t rriHE Chinese will not evacuate 1 1 Chinchow but will light and Upon Congress New Congress Divided Against tseif Will Open On Monday Under Tension Keyed Up To Troubled Times matrimony he was awarded a ue there if Dr Alfred i divorce Saturday from his wife i Sze told lne League of Nations couni JLJL IllUO Vrra They had been married since 1923 The case was tried in Judge I Clark M Mulllcans 99th district I court Asked Judge Mullican i How long have you lived in i the state of Texas Four or five years j Henry Answered readily i How long have you lived In the state of matrimony the judge shot j Henry shifted uneasily twisted cil yesterday i After making this Dr conferred with Ambassador Charles G Dawes to learn what titude the United States would take j If Japanese troops occupied Chinj chow Oppose Intervention Japans League spokesman ini formed the council his government was unalterably opposed to interj venrlon by a third party in the Manchurian conflict He explained i Program Of Prosperity With i Tax Revision And Reform In Banks Will Head Efforts Of Nations Legislatures Thr AMOCated Prcso WASHINGTON Dec A new congress divided against itself and encirded by uncertainties will its sessions Monday under J v IOLVJ I 1V1CH1L WUI11 JHl A4U hte fingers rolled his eves Then I SUch intervention was unacceptable j tension keyed to the restlessness of I I aint never lived in that I state your j Texas Farmers Issue Demands For Showdown TO DECIDE TODAY When and where the Lubbock Westerners and Hie Eagles of Abilene will meet JB quarter final fune of the school boy will at a meeting of the coaches this mornlnff at 11 oclock at Snyder Coach Weldon Chapman will represent the Westerners who woo the right to enter the jame by defeating Indians vesterday The Eagles will be represented by Deivey Mayhew their head mentor Chapman sent In a raft of substi tutes after thr fourth touchdown and ordered them to play defensive football for rest of the game They did Through Lubbock wfts the proud possessor nl a touchdown before the lour Thousand shivering fans realized a football game wus in progress Mel vm Grlggs stellar left guard for Lubbock broke through to block Cecil Fatrrloths punt and fell on It behind the goal line for a touch nown on the first play after the whether effected through a commis sion of inquiry or by neutral obser vers The resignations ot Dr Sze and Dr Wellington Koo Chinese foreign minister were submitted at Nan i king j trged by President Chiang Kai jshek Dr Sze reconsidered and con i sented to stay Dr Koo was expect ed to stick by his decision I Traffic Tied Up I Railway traffic at Peiping was tied j up by demonstrations put on by 000 university students Hundreds e i i of tne students many of them girls Attitude Of Mates IScamped all night on the railroad Asked Governor Urged Seek Action Or Call For A Repeal Session By Tbs Aioclated WACO Dec 5 Central Texas farmers meeting here today de manded a showdown by Texas on the cotton acreage reduction law proposed for the entire south but thus far adopted only by Texas Arkansas and Mississippi They adopted a resolution asking that Governor R S Sterling ascer tain definitely from governors of states producing 75 per cent of the total cotton crop if they will call their legislatures into session by January 10 to pass laws restricting cotton plMiting next year to 50 per cent of this yenrs acreage If those governors have not re Sre CHINESE ARMY Page 11 Mother Of Tom Mooney III Following Visit Of Walker tbese troubled times A program of prosperity with tax revision and bank at its head will be the goal of legislative effort Politics and prohibition will provide the effervesence for unceas ing oratory Close party majorities wUl make every forward step a ted ious process of deadlock and com promise Demos Lead House Unless somersaulting fortunes in tervene the Democrats will organ ize the house and the Republicans the senate but by margins so deli cate as to preclude real control of either chamber The choice of John j N Garner of Texas as the first Democratic speaker since Champ Clark still was dependent tonight on the almost unanimous turnout of his party strength Lowell Bayles Is Victim Of Fatal Plunge Denver Woman Dies As Ship Of Braniff Air Lines Falls In Blinding Sleet Storm Late Saturday Evening Tried For Record Bayles Body Hurled Clear By Impact Was Traveling 300 Miles Per Hour In Effort To Snatch Record D1 LJfeil In the senate reelection of George j Harry P Powers actionlike confessed killer of two women and three children at his home m H Moes of New Hampshire as pres Quiet Dell W will tread the boards of die opera house at Clarksburg W as the chiei in Hampshire as pres ident pro tempore hinged on an ef fort to placate the rebellious western SAN FRANCISCO Oec 5 I insurgents whom he once called trial Removed to a hospital here today I sons Of the wild after she suffered a nervous col lapse Mrs Mary 83 mother of Thomas J Moomy al leged bomber of the 1916 San Fran cisco preparedness day parade was reported in a fair condition tonight Mrs Mooneys condition hospi tal attendants said resulted from j Bertranri Snell of New York is cer his trial for the five murders Above left to right Powers as he looked prior to his arrest and afterwards exterior of the opera house Below interior of the opera housc and the jail which is his abode durins his The house must make its decision at once tor it can not function without a speaker Final roundup to night gave promise that every one Of the 219 Democrats will be pres sent Monday At least one of the 214 Republicans whose candidate is For a while he was in state prison or satet scene of the trial since tl The opera house largest available building is the courthouse is being torn down for a new one The Press ETROIT Dec o Wifh fhc record he had persistently bought during the last month al most within his Lowell R R Bayles Springfield liter crashed to his death at the Wayne county airport this afternoon while traveling at an estimated speed of 300 miles an hour Bayless was only 75 feet above the ground streaking over the miles course like a yellow flash as observer described it when ths plane started to dived in short arc and struck the ground landing on its back The motor 1 broke loose trom the plane rott ed 300 feet across railway track lo crash into a fence Killed Instantly The plane burst into flames as it struck Bayles body wrapped in his overcoat was found several fed from the wreckage a column of smoke rising from his clothing He apparently had been killed instant Three theories of the possible cause of the tragedy were advanced One was that Bayles may have been overcome by monoxide gas in rhn closed cockpit one that the ship caught fire in the air and another that the three previous attempts Bayles had made together with other unofficial tests may have weakened a wing An air speed mdi See PLANE CRASHES Page U cxcitcmont and strain of the re cent visit hero of Mayor James Walker of New York and ference with Governor James Rolph in connection with aj See NEW CONGRESS Page II kickoff Th Westerners werr not piled by December 20 the farmers j pardon for the San Quern u demanded that Governor Sterling j oner convene the Texas legislature in special session again and repeal or amend the Texas law J W Price of Asa who called the meeting and Rep Lawrence West to be i brook of Waro who explained pro rompVci through the visions of the Texas law both de 1 I it left Texas holding thr if farmers of other states were allowed to plant more cotton and rranofl the benefit of higher prices Borgtr Divides Tax Levy To Provide Funds For City BOROKK Dec 5 preliminaries to the quarterfinals n Hie statr schoolboy grid nice fack llicy werr battered and they were bruised they were bloody and un iiriutifiil before the game storied they were taped nnrt tattered and lorn but they turned in another ureat exlubinon of the kind of foot ball whifh One won for them the title for the first time with i resulting from tho ment Trxas ctirtall J F McDonald Texas commis expenses I he remainder on the principal and innres of tlv returned from a tour of six cotton bonded The admin istrations hare of the last year sioner of agriculture who has missioiHTS wrestling with that have beset Governor Ritchie Asks For Stiff Prosecution Of Mob BALTIMORE Dec nor Alben C Ritchie tonight orj dered Attorney General Lane to sist Wicomico county authorities iu a vigorous prosecution of tho Cry ccmimoi last night invaded a Slaton Plans j Harry Powers To David Levine n u ci Battle For Life Poultry SilOW starting Monday Uiesjn Uty More Than 1000 Birds Will CLARKSBURG j JenDay Illness Is Fatal For At Abilene HOINC more iiwn a iu ju an oprra house within a block of v Aged Pastor Dies j iff L uptia uunou Be tntered In Attair W men Jackson was born Opens Wednesday Catalogs j and on a stage where George Artill Are Mailed Out of for several to I Salisbun hospital to sei i Matthew Williams negro and burn his body utcr lyncJiins him loTiriMt to SLATON Dec 000 birds from all parto o the WtSt Texas area comprising tlv Panhan Poultry show irrntory once Hariy F Powers West Virginia s alleged Bluebeard wUl I go on t rial for his lite Monday naii j phc pudgy 45yearold Lothario than I of lhc Rldge hills is under in cxponsr Of Hi aside states nssured the fanners 11 WcStTIHV on the fieUi gleam in their eyes nnd they fid but Hike 1ghtly the Ifirt Hint they iiifr a tMni to be the un Sre UKSTKRM KS WIN 1iiRe M Man Dies After Pecos Accident PECOS Dec S IT One man killed nnd other per were injured today in a truck colliKlon on the Lhiec miles rn hi of Prcoi Waller Bickersliifl 45 driver of our truck killed His brother Jack BiVkcrstuff 43 his wife 38 their daughter Mag dalene 11 Mrs Clara ui widow of the mini killed and orcupanls of the olhcr truck W B Kirby and O M HIKES of Wink They came that other suites would adopt cur tailment measures and begged that no action be taken to repeal the Texas law niul C V EiLou jf Jal N worn injured The all were Army workers from Panhandle Delegations Will Hold Conference In Abilene day hud divided their lax to cicrgynin here and the provide more funds for government imore bnmeh of the labor league dernwndvxi Ih 50 levy was set j tne governor a prompt for meeting admmistration Hitler Says That He Will Not Be German President BERLIN Dec 3 Hit ler leader of GermanyV fascists sard today that under no circum stance would he become a candidate for trie ho refused for Of mOUSter whether that meant the fas 11 for the second aiinua hoxv homa on the nmnt line ol the Sec POtLTRV ii r north to Page 11 diutment for murdering two women and three chidren in an elabor ately constructed slaughterhouse with subterranean death chambers at Quiet Dell near here Lured From Home Ho will be tried first howover 1 only for the slaying oi Mrs Dor othy Northboro Yoyng Business Man Final AB1LENK Dec 5 Dr R c Rites Carded Today Burial pencier so a Baptist minister tor In Wichita Falls more thau a century died U his here this suternoon atUT a illness Pneumonia intestinal influenza Fender had Held ef lor ilu Bucknrr Orplrui 1 i i i H David Levine diea at a local hospital Saturday at 6 p m of pneumonia after a tenday Ulness Dr The body will be wis Wichita m cash and Falls early today by thr raised mmareas oi Morgan funeral home services at 5 a m at thr ByniimMorgan chapel by Moses Pearl and members ot the local Jewish group Burial its inuned nurse whom he is accused of i will be in Wichita Fall rhis tlter AMAFITUX3 rT Irani lour Panlmnrile Oldhani Donley and Orhtl tree and rngmrcrs associated with the Amarillo division of the stale highway department left here to day for Abilene for a conference with members of the state highway commission Roaci problem confronting these count IPS will bf diseusftecT with Chairman W R Ely and state high way engineer Gtbb Oilchrlst in a weekend conference Five Hundred Are On Hand At Borger For Convention BOROBR Drr 5 Five hun dred were here tonight for was 50 Boy Believed Responsible New Orleans Pilot Arrives In Seattle Set New Record inrun from her rome on a pretext j noon at oclock lollowms ot marrying her and taking her to j ces there a big ranch out The opera Sec HARRY POWERS Paje 11 BASTROP Dec V Rev Paul Bell superintendent 01 a Mexican mission rtenr bore accidentally slim near heart irnitiv flip ininj powor Isler was lioi while in a field close 1 dci to the niissum The bullet was br Hen cists would keep President Paul Von Hindenburg at the head of the state it they succeeded in ginning enter the said even when wt lipvrd to hH come trom a rifle in lake the power l dont intend the hands ol a IJyearold who i to stand as a candidate for pres hunting Bell ken to ttn Austin STUDENTS IIONORKO COLLEGB STATION ic s SEATTLE Dec Wedell New Orle made a record iliglv from Agun CalienU Mexico in Vancouver B Tuesday tl Boeing field here today Jl p m PST He lelt Vaivwivrv a p rn Uiifiivorab1 an attempt nt n nuns K INJl RtU Senator Sheppard At BG SPRING Dei1 5 ton is hi doubd that an attrac young womnn committed siucidf drinking poiou was Mi J Hum ui Chicago Sh had H Big Resident Two V Young Levine had been a of Lubbock two years and had been associated with fns brothers Morns Attractive Young Woman Is j iumsa In Big Spring Hotel ta Fails high school 1 His widow and small Fay Charloue suri ivi vines in C j parents Mr and Mrs L i vine of Full i tors Mf I Voiviniii oi Vrrnon i Mrs IriH oi Wichita Palis and Mrs Minnie Glitkman ot Chi cago also Mr Levines concirioa bxCbmc grave Fndaj imeumonia for the Me am WHS orpliancd at Corinth Mi He WHS w ihe Baptist ministry in 1881 al Old Concord church Lpshuv aim HI City riTnmti ilif Denison Brenliam ind Ports In 190S as slate evangelist for the Le icigo His 15 1930 Seven un among them Joe Peudcr Deuton nvtv clectfd ter of royal and select M of Texas The stair heid in Waco Tuesday and Ir Prndcr was apiwinted srraiwi chap lain ot tin1 CTand council xHiru IhghU under that name Spring Kxamillation oi her cffevis dis D I W i closed Hi launclnmark MCK a Banquet In Washington MiUches box from Taos WASHINGTON lr r The N M shoes fron an E1 pHtiO store DALLAS Dee 5 i ot urainn a saloonloss i aI1d a bumc resultiits were hurl two scrI return to becr H Dallas eslab reason llbhineiu officers were making Preri T Coupcr of Wichita j iously when their automobile was Palls law student at the University j forced into a ditch beside the Dun cmivillc pike near Jimtown today of Texas and Houston H Wasson of Dallas senior at Southern Metho dist today were named the Rhodes scholarship candidates for Texas on a lag tonight by Senator Shopj every effort to locate her relatives j developed in his risjht lung attacks ot influenza and disease pard ot although tJie woman had left a now The sponsor ol Uio original 18th i asking them not to do so Mrs T C Easdon 39 and her one i amendment resolution WHS the key year old son Louis suffered se j speaker at a by Wornj vere head injuries and possible frac ans ChrisMan Temperance tures of the skull to of congress Mie riislriet American Legion convention Onr thousand were expected tomorrow when V Eiirl Plaip of HwetLwater sUtc com mander and Josh Lee noted Okla homa humorist will speak Quanah and Shamrock wure seeWng the next convention FAVOR GAS PLANT WICHITA FALLS Dec 5 Citizens of Wichita Palls votfd HIM to 82 in favor of a proposal to cntabllflh a municipal gas plant here todny Die plorllon cnme the step In a lengthy battle to obtain tower gat New Evidence Introduced In Eftort To Bring Death Penalty Eor Youth r i L j r Union I WO Women Are Rooked for Wstery Attack On Another i Quanah Secretary Praises Team After Quanah would rather lo i Bv Thr BFEVILLE Dec not introduced at the first trial of Newton Yarbf rry charg rt with murder of Miss Dorothy jbymous of Aransns Pass was presenter today by Joe B White AransasPass city marshal Wlille was a state witness In second rial said thai at i m July HI while pulroiing the Arunsafc Pasa iront be heard and rlimly saw a motor boat he believed to be driven by a muttled outboard motor He eould not itlentfy the boat the moonlight und couki see it only against the sky lim he tsti fled It was in a channel rinn uig at right angles to the main channel near which Miss Sym ons rind in a bathing sun was found deiul after hr anre the ntghi of July M Croes questioning by trie dt fense pointed lo pojvible intio riuction ot a new factor in the case and indicated an effort would be made to show the boat had R connect Ion the crime King testified that on the morning of July 31 Yar berry was in his bowling alley and looked ven Cur ler Miul Yinixrry stnted tie fell to sec SAN ANTONTO Dec 5 retary of the Quanah Chamber ot women were booked at the police commerce in it wire to A B Davis station late todny m connection j manager of he Lubbock Chamber with a aitack on Miss j Of commerce Saturday night I Alyta Terroll 15 m her room early Sager s wire was j this morning Allow me to ccuRratulatc you Miss Tenell who sirurk on your city and vour school on having the head wih a heavy instrument a football team thar you have t is a slater of former Comptrol ler Sam H Terrell of Austin Her lather the late H B Terrell also served as stare comptroller VKTO PREDICTtD Dec 5 A Pi evidential veto the late pre ii ted tonight by Senator Connilly DeiiKKiat ivxas for tHJnff reJ session of the l6th annual know of no that the would rather bow belore than the LAREDO MAN CHOSEN NEW BRAUNFEL8 5 B J Leyendecker of was elected president of the Texas Tax iiwociation at the cluaJiiK See NEW EV1DENCK 11 dVKiiou bill approved at thii sea of convention Long view Uie 1932 convention city chown WKST TKXA5 and Generally   

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