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   Lubbock Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - July 15, 1928, Lubbock, Texas                                 THE SOUTH PLAINS OWN NEWSPAPER  "The Sunday Edition of The Luftbock/Morning 'Avalanche and The Lubbock Daily Journal?  limitai) Aualanriî£-3l0tfttral («=  VOL. 2, NO. 44  LTJBBOeiCTEXik SUNDAY JULY 15, 1928  «« MEANS "BY ASSOCIATED PK  <• ❖ ^ ❖ ^ <* ♦ ^ ^ ♦ < ^  Allen White In Controvert  Governor Levels Anger On Old Foe And Noted Writer  icech of Editor. AsnaiUuff Legislative Record of New York Governor. Krinir Reproach from A I.  CHARGE SMITH FOUGHT ANTI-VICE MEASURES  White Scathingly Rebukes "Wet" Views and Tammany Affiliation of Democratic Nominee.  Good Will Tour ToHobbs And Nearby Towns Is Set For Friday Of This Week  Several Parts Of  West Texas Have Rains Yesterday  Principals In The Dalian Church Row\  fii.-ih-r  . l'0-ll|l- I l'ip Ti» ut  ■a .'.'ire  IB*  ALBANY.  ,VM»<i»«*»t IV» . 11  N. Y.. July 14. -ftovrr.  In'ent njw>fi iiiu»r«"„,ir,-<n«t Hi«- i-Uy of Luh^vvu Mit'iin to ad v aure 'hr o". "f th" nth PI« n an-l ■ nid d^tunm* "f >.'*ivj>r • '■■>•••'■■<: mi every we* p.»vlt'î» » '•".«V» s :»t I.'iMXH-k automobil*" " nerf  pt 7 oritele Friday m tut e Jit' ?0, on $i good-will If•!< '■> 'I < n< v »Ml flfW »t ffohtv-.  ,;> » '.! *.»■'» Ji|\» ¡»•-vttiii* ¡-tr'<sr^\f r.n to 8  ' •■T.VîTl'MJ» Issue*! "i «'M* r'l««* ttv ottieni!.* ol the Lubb f\t »inli.-r '>< fv iiim^rv»' Thr sr»j> ¡^ brum »i*>n-• »red bv the Charnier of commet-, and the Avai«iwh< -loumw'  Ii is Um* plan, '.Ifi'-'t.i;-, ».¡nd •.»*.. tTfinv m have »• inHir. !•"•-■  IntiM'inif tent . l,a.;t Nitfht Downpour The Nm-th  -'h'twiTs Here With Heavy K*'|)f>rt<'H On Plain*.  ttor Smith turned today an an old carload* of cillarn*- tn mnkr the  political foe—th* Rev, O. R- Mtl- «no and il p«v*«blr U'io- that m»nv 1er, superintcndmt of the New F»fiv <-*rs are ws»ni«l, »'. tbr |.-«m  York civic lewrue -and accused him! nf circulating false information «bnut hi» legiaiatjv« record.  He also trained hi* guiv on Wil- j Hun Allen White. the Kansas ed-| »tor, who tn a campaign *pc«*li tlw other nlfiht attacked the dem-; ocratic pr**idenual nominee.  Plainly stirred. Smith declared Mr. Whitr tn awmiitng him had th*- misleading *ord *>f  MiUer  !t»ry said Kvrrvti^v !)-.:rt . irtT-'*trsi in îhf' sji<,»»(l »Ort rî>"W*loi». n,rr,t pt !Ur i^ftiii. urr r--j>rcia!ly wanted l(ir fhr tnp. ihrv  AH to<tn-» b»"*t*rn and Ihr  • Ir»«! tuli Ik* bv ihr «nun  •Siluri .'■•/»u. a ill Iw m»i!" at Hrow-n-ilrid. H"n$rravc,v  c >nnn<>ir Titiiim Lri.i'tflon Ijurh alii b** rrrvr^l in and M-.r «roup  »'III H<«t»'«« «ft r now ■it thr iifrld Un  Iwr They will t abi-'ii* two hottr* "»«d i<  Ft*r year». Milter. *1vo luw beet» burk tuwaitl l.<;hhock 4tvnn 4  ive »u advocaUnc social reform.  (  >kyk  1 the governor havr been at ¿js hi.mho* tn'-n nf >i»r nt>. #•>-fwkR Ttxlay, moved u> ctmiment; i>»treal f ni#-i>. «iioles.«!-an inquiry retarding White'* Ikjum* r»prewr»taMv»>'». battkrrs and frtxn a ne*r»paprr man. u'hrr«. arr requeMrd U) make th i  jilh aaid h* tsaiWled Miller: trip ! ubWK'V «•,> U;t only  hack of It all. He declared', !o«.ra5 o«.itlel lor the firld <\u* 1» thr an unfair and uncaUed for :*.« j" fctahvay Hivd rn;l iucilHit: w*« beta« made to have U vtfrreii hrr»-. •ppiHu- that he had favored the' " m'*'™ w'e C'hamivr  ■ri'rrt»t> fJTHj Uad Uucsudi ^ Ownwertu? i®auduTn Prealdc^t B. down orTlegislation de»i«n- W-.-tt.»rr ^ work r>r. »hi* tour tin* i^i. n Mf 1k»i>«» of i>endSi«f out n-ne of the grealfAt gaodiwtll cara-Mim that w violent the **et?fm  lntrrmüti'iit (>tir>t,of ni.nloll vis-¡'#■<1 f u^i-orlt iü. ' :ü«!n I'hI *•;«r 1\ f 'Ins irnrn'.na atwl at " iV&'oek thts | Stin<lH> f!ninüti(.r .sitws •Arri- hMII ov- < ( ri ;»"! vi 1; ur»ilirr f/ircrart j  !"i uti^ltlcfi wrnthrr f  'Hu i iir, hrre nfu-allrlr-l ¡»Tripi-taüin iwtnU tr» Ihr n«rth and j rNrwhrrr tn WWt Texas I  l'-avv ratn-- "-ii-tt)«)"■',■ f Minp.t^d •  I' at from one-iialf tn thrrr mrhe*. | feil all of the way from Amarlllo to | Kr?ss vpstordav mortun,: ;uui bist ; . rtlthi bua drlvers «Im i!r:\r<j itrrr j i last night reported ! It waa «ud tha! thr rw«f)-. werr in |  tn oirb camhling and rommer* iltaed *tee- I  White know« noUUnt about «hat ha* been happentn* here in Albany '" the presidential nomine* 1  -aid  HIWKtd Knaw BeUer-  lie * repeating what MUkar. who Un* txrn UjoitnighW dtacredited,, hn.* told him. No one place* any  • I  See HHITII ROW. page «  Raskob Has Plan For Booze Return  State Wins Large Sum As Judgment From Oil Firms  $fil7,Mf> OrrfiTod Rptiirnod To Statr. As Rrsult Of Litigation Over Hutchinson Lands,  s « ha<l rondiMoti and tlwi! »-¡irt» came I  I through with murh difftenlty. Buwii were sc>rra! hr.rt  |Ain Varie» In Extent !  At Different Point* I  VOHT WORTH. .!>■,;. H i'. . Haiti \arvin/» irf.n; j. tr- ?!:an hViî I tj*.ch a' cUirn»'!»:«» •  1  12 of »n Î ¡nch n: KaMland Irll i-ndav a-'iil J r>»ri}, Saturday v* *rvrr points in | il-.r » W>**t Trxas an'i I  •o«th«i«t portlon-«f the St*te. re- " pe;t% |/) the u^u'hrr hurra.t di'sclow }  Mu'«ture ifU a? the following place.' Amenllo 44. riaxrndon .54; T vsUand 12 î.urkin 2«; Miami .."W). Htvrrxidr 14: «rsd Hun Ang<»lr) 30 rt mi inch  UtwtUr'i nthrt Cor» c»v»t  i:«tiirdav tni Fort Worth and rM'v Saturtlav nt*hs i.nd Sunday xilll h- ftur in Southeast Trxan. m it ft partly cl.'tidv îo urr,rl tied «•» Rihrr tn the north section  Two Nations Are Plunged In Grief At Flier's Death  Gallant Aviator Lies UiuW Flags of Countries He Soupht to Unite By Link Of the Air.  Let s Go! * * *  An Editorial About A Civic Necessity  ANTICIPATE RECORD  lïev. Earl Andi-rvjji - 'up» lUp-tist, p;iAîor Ul -sas .a.lzd for  vici latino «s» injunction .¡■•M.ti'it the bic tidliia of his in; a i;»iturlc. wij jch did r.'jt roniurt!) : »r.d r.iV(ety standard» .Mi \\utn-  rij chureh mem^rs toi.» s > < otii-p!i s te thr stnu-tiire. .Ivi.û" To-ahc Ywuiig ib« îo\vi order J \,o!h or» I'ie building stor>ped »-.ndnr i>"nalty m! !UTi.-..t Tii- ritv U*.!*»; snii^c-I'tr a»t»drt:inrd thi* ab.-rnrvi«« i<s u a -wife  Knrollmont T« ' h  0 He I.Hfpfr -V  1 V^JM'ft  democratic Chairman Sujr-gcëts Scheme To Make Liquor Available For Consumption In Home.  With -j-«<r»*- "f n»-^ f  ilijrienis mal» - ■ ItsK nrepajrttïnns tu enter Mrh"";! ! >T*terday. th«* .^erond term of th? ; fcumnu r of Texa<: Techno- ■  indicai collei;»' oj^t^ tomorrow w!t!i ' mdicnttons of ^tttm: another !   1  Bj *»»<*<»)«<!  Mimis Jfulv Jl^-Judgment lor tmh totaling' W17.146 from three  t'U riifrpgntea and for 4113 aere. f - of _   ( valuable ott land» m Hutchini«ni roUmetit w^rd. Officiftls expect • ^«iwntv. «a* awarded ttir state lal»'.  rf , r f>Mment for the sunmur  nrnrmM i.,7TTT .jp, a ^EMMrtet Judge George  ff , r<ion  ty boosted to around »h»-BOSTON. 14 ^--A mtein calhwm in »he Mate'» sul» for thr nhlejt »wild make intonating h- ,-htrh recently n> found hv  jury to W *»e«nt nf title and  As Prime Motive For Farm Bureau  L  throtitih the enroHment  nwt »valiable for home çott?t»mp-  ¡r .I^rSJh" rhaimuin*of' * the ^te  ^ John J RaMtob. »bainwin of ^^ ^^  tn   . delegat's to the d»>mo  th  -rt* state r* juds-  S^SiS 1  JSa5°SiSV2K men. for $3®PM®.4« (mm the Gulf,......   L  fÄ 1 Production -otopany. (  UlP  ^^ r& on Tne-lay  m«inbm of the MMsaejnmeti  frnw thf)  p^tlUi» pptwt'um rwn-.  n>0  „ mmrr  dev. on  1 000 mark  iemom>5v :  Registration of all «indents of Mr | past tpj-m hiw, been going on tor t.h- ■ tswt thr*«' days. pr»ette»n>' all of] the group completing their regis-! Guttural cnnditior tration • otenlaj* The reglMrati^n of new stndenla will held tomot-r»iw whilr regular cliis« work nf.  R. Camphrll of Dallas Association Office Speak' At Rpsutar MfftiiiK <.M < trpani/at mi. lini".  , COOLIDGE PRESENTS | OFFICIAL SYMPATHY  | Every [Visible Honor To Be Given By United States i And by People of Mexi-; f" to Beloved Idol.  j 'HvAu.^tr.1 IV„I  • N'KW YORK. July 14. — Copt, j Fmilin carmnzn tonight, lay under ; the flag.«; of twn natlnns—Mcxico ! and the Unilrxi States wtiosc peo-j pies he h.nI M>ui:lif tn unitp mort-  • chr.rly.  J Thr Mexican aviator's nvmple«! IxkIj- hud been brought back from thr New Jersey berry patch where h<» enwhed soon after starung a flight by which he hoped to dem-fMwtratp anew that distati'..'< and. Ir .nticrx mean M.t!r m Utis air-j plane An inquiry nf Mount  ' Holly eMtnbli.shPd that firninzaj nirt rttvitii in a d« :<rent probablv j forrrd by mccnrunral troubii . atifi' not by a bolt of lightning a- w»'. 1  nt ltr:.i thuurh' bv sotnr obvr-.^rs j ; Wh;le plan.'' wor^ «ivulveti 'n t.iv! i nation,» capital for a home-rnming. ! i-aciri^rrd hut no ic.^s hnnorablo i i than t! I^c had dov.ti Ironij  the cioiu:s in hl«> uionoplunc. tlr, publ;'- Kivfn an opportunity u>| pay ius tribute» to tac fallfn filer [ 7tie vouthlul form, cloth:d in a . ¡n& uniform of a Mexktan capialo |  1  which rank tvas th" last honor his'  cot n'ry hn-1 paid him In iifn. lav ; in -Mate m a Broadway fnneru!  «I'Vith untirr an honorar. ¡nter-j nationrl Kuard from the 'Jmted ■ Strtte> armv and the Mrximn «Mn-' b.issy.  < ShorMv before thr P<K»tn"  of tin* funeral church was nprnrd to the public tlir Mexican consul ¿mrr»! announced that pI'i-.Mc v,ir-r.t< n% had fceen une.ble t") rebuild  :  the i-iUurcN -.atisfuciorilv «'id thiu , U-" Mexican hero's ixnly would be  1  sealed In itr, coffin and tj!rc««J on n ! flag droned cntnfalqu • bofnrr i which New York's tnounvr, minht  j Th" Mexican ul;«t'- hero,  • «her«* the avlatois f-;th' • proucily (fc.rcd J his 't-^ ' /pr<".' ; 3 : th«* ho;>c thai h'> : on # 4 #*nfh miphl fm '.her tlic ;><*.»■•«•fi;l proJ'*ci ( his hfc. rei'eivrd Imn'i-eds of »■i»r.dolenc'.v. n»is aibuie cam«' ftorji many lands anO thnt while Mexico ha,-'. *nsl a leader she had gain«xi a '¡loritui.-. >:k-atnplp for her you'h.  .j ft *  io  ti  ti!.'. .«.' i'l l ì:IJ!;' .-I; I I tii. 1  committee mei dm for  t mny  ^ f^.m,** from *he Mar- : Ausist 24  ' land on eomrMWiy nf 1>xa».  Claims of flobert K OTCeefe and  trvm  letter which to thought t«  m '^iSrMl«« i Buri fi HinWey, Jr io H«ht5 In H Caltahan. of U»itertltr !  Um ,  UnA  ^cwr of having filed  ramrral permit application and of . J. a whlttptibwg. iiecait^e of ap-! plieamion to purchi«e it iMitilfht. ' »ere dtwlloVed and thiwn out Judgment «mat«rt VA B.  .Hee RASKOP H .AN. |«ge «  Building Active  Permits For Week Are $103,000  SPEAKS FOR WARDLAW  Senator Ijirrv Mills, Ta Be Hero Monday Nighl  t.tpouMng the eatue of lyjnts j Wardlaw. candidate for the office  j Anjgitr   th < wm" Nineteen building permits  J»w-»ummer build-tgfL ^^werc t ^ ttw get' Wi other portod thtt ytar n<  that was th« «tdufe Mar 30 wKen 3» rwi^t. wlJSJ for « total of 1114,1» ^^ TY»e »-wk'u MUYlti^« Mint the JuJv afgreitate of'» aM&ta to « total of »14S.100.  w   The year n total negr the two """ " m^ic, the thre« ninff^f two iiermit»! II4BMM Fgniitta issued yi Kl $18.000. H. ^tmi gmnMi a  "a »13XW0C  _____...y If room  ■ i^WW&p» f&t 0, & »421 10th Street: / fjpr a 94,009 9-room »Werwt *t in«  ITrtg«. one i^thf Hrtj- odd (lovnrrr nf T'XM. Benator Ur-  ^n» emn.^ and ind^duaK »^i  of JMUas>  , tII  ^^  hfre   ^^J^ 1 ^ ! Mondnv mght in th« couitly court-  |eh»*e u»e Jwm*»^ »^^Irwn. W W. Campbell, local at-. der hla «Prtlctkin or inquin j  lorncy >nlM » U nced yesterday.  Mar«t l. i^, m his ulk which will begin at  S^JftT S: » o'clock. Senator Milte will state  SSnv S; oil the claim« of Mr. Wardlaw and »111  vonlan Oll «WPW; ^gW "" Rttack the officUl record of Oor-  S:iÄwÄ; Moody '  Mr G8tnpbeU   InTtMr t^Tto the --------- announced.  Mexico Mourn» For Captain Carranza  MEXICO CITY. Ju'v 14 -tV,- All Mexico wai, in mourning todav for CanjplvlL secret fm' of th»> sta*c; Copf Emilio Carran 'o iteration Farm Bureau A".';orta- i In many towns motion pict» rc tion. f.poke at the r«gu!ar meellngi theatre'; w«*rc closed and 'lo-Pil pr.-nf the county farm hnwi a w,» ----  Heralding the bettering of apri-lu iexü ., Ii. Ff  f in Kîfii'v of this week Mie l.i'ìifv f"tifìni;;i i of commerce !•)»«! ii;' 1  Mcji :r w : Avalanche and Daiv .lonn.-l pre spoiv-orlliK ¡i f ; s ». -ri WM 1 , 'f.iir to fc;t>ai*rnv<\s ;t;ni Ilibti . N"'.v Mrxirc, by way <1 l;p"A:ifc ! i. I i'mn. nnd li^»->!« -»on.  . Mi,if every citizen inni ri;»- upblulding of o n and In fostmun  ¡.^¡tn>n as Mr Hub .un-.. ..!>• 'ilei fir. i-. pu:.-t.iu- ' iin'ii'.i".. ViMtin>; th.-. -.cc-t'iii. 'rtitüii j»:J^iic Irom pres-• m i'i»i'c:<i!'".us '.s î'k'.'h to br--»um" a pvii-hifilif; oil tirlr'. ru« the:' a i'ivic diPv it i^ i. < r. i-." m ci s.,!ty.  Li'.'.jboA ¡- uitcrc.Htivf ;; :-'r,i Ki-i\t\ uiui liü'ib.--, 'UK -  !.»•* '-va', t<> . ll.at I uteres* 1, fri M-.l"  th'!.: fia.-es an.i iumih- th'-ir I'lM/t-ns I)i the fnrt Hies .¡'fall i '•e f.îf;':..ii; advis«-d tu?: I.uh-bock us lîere tn help than- ni:re io aid tli.'tu maki: thv arcatesi rum and enjoy t;> the ¡ulifs' ex-'*nl their n» w fe-'ind p?<i:.p"f-  it y  li i;« not ii"ce.v.iuy »o «  ; ijole I.nblxw:!; ctti»*n*; lido joining tiif Oixxl Will tout and th«-A '.al-inche-JtiUrnal reaiir-.-.s it. '! hi*, is meroly a reminder, an anriotinccitiont of t,he plans l ubbocks Wide-awake citi/ur-wjl! co tlir rest.  I,"I » i;o to ijeacraves and ildbb'. nil F.-, t i:tv.  Norwegian Ship Rescues Danish Guide, Long Lost  Was One of Party That Started Out to Carry Sup-I'lins to Italia Survivors On Arctic Island.  County Chairman Announces List ( Election Officers For Precinc Orders Official Ballots Pri  News Flashes  (By Associated Press)  Lindbergh Sends Regret»  MEXICO nty. July 14 Col. Charles A I.indberph telegraphed to Benora Kmiho Carranza. widow e.f the Mexican aviator. 'The low. "{ Copt am Orianm is shored equallv Ixith sidcii of the Rio firHiide ffi.. life was devoted to his eo.itiU-v and his death to the world 'Kilned) Charles A. Ltnd-¡."iitli "  Gasoline Blast Fatal  WACO. .July 14. «»»--Oliver Bryant, M. Htclner. rii?d in a local hospital Katurdfsy as tl»e resultv of severe burns received when a can of gasoline iRnlted Fridav night while he was ftiling the «a »line tank of his automobile.  Predicts GOP Victory  fii:rr.HI')R, W:.->. .July H i-F. -A confident prophesy of sure victory inr the republican ticket m the November t lt*ct if-ii.s was made to Pre.vui' n; Coi lidac today bv Roy O. \Vt";'.. niitinixii' republican fiiiw',!'-♦eeniaii from IHhviiv  Hi|?hway Meet Monday  AUSTIN. July 14. -Whtn the highway commission meets here Monday to ie', about 5COO.OOO woith of road contxacts for five eounLles, 17 others will apix-ar. by delegations, to irqir.M .state aid, flesh-riaiion:- and adv;i c  Whirlwind Campaign operative Speakinj ned for Next Two By Local Aspirant  WHEELOCK EXPLA PARTY BOLT  Final Preparations Made for First cratic Primary, ' Held In 14 Days.  With only two weeks rem which to prepare for the : mary. officials of the d< party in Lubbock county a candidates lor the varlou began their final prepara the election yesterday.  Frank E Wheelock. d< chairman of Lubbock count: preparations for the elect trrday by announcing the officers of the various ] authorizing the printtoK oi Cieial ballots and notiiylni ing officers and Judpes lit.' ity  In the memtlmc, pructJ ct fhc can ji. itcs wc-i .'«:< • .•! I ubbtick. SI a ✓u: £ r-arti ine count,*-, rhab.i >.t«naniK cr.rdi> m.i  ilii'TS'i v.-.ious ot'n". Pi .!•« u • r .  C-oeprrattve Spcaklt Ihis wet}; will present «■vies of co-o;>rratlvi- speal ."rinr.3 for th.* mndidntcs 1 «rams will Ik r.ivvn during Oil Monday. July 10. they pear at ShallJwater. JV July IS will find them at t c:,tnimm;fy. Friday at MeCl Cnturday nitevnoon, July will sp-ak at Slaton.  1'heir r'regram In Lubboe Kiven on sne tiiglit of Fric  Cato Sells For Hoover  FORT WORTH. July 14. . .  Cato Sells, iormer democratic nr»-! y. r  wiitflAck somewhat tlonal committeeman for Texas and 1  the party bolting question h commissioner of Indmn affairs dur-  ( terday to tl.c presentation i ing the Wilson administration, to-, ter from the office of Attoir day t".ued a statement in whi<;h he era! Claude Pollard which declared he w;l' net Miptxirt the, that the party pledge, "I lor president  but will vote for Her but Iioovw. See POLITICS, page  'H. \4<k>ìi.itf!  ROM?:. July 14.--Tite Stefani\ —  ti-.'s aire tonight made public a Hicks Goes For Hoover report rec-iveU by the Nobile hn.se | HAN ANTONIO, July 14, uV<-~  t!,l «> Citta Di Milano to thr effect j Marshall Hicks, San Antonio, out-ih.it »;»'• naturi guide. Vanning., standing Texas democratic politili ad Iveeii re.',cu.;ti from the lee near  (   f, u! leader fcr the last decade, a:i-IJrun by »he Kur\vei;Ian ice 'lnunred tonlpht that he will sun-  bieukf-r Sragann  :  }>ort, Hoover for the presidency. j --  Varminsi vva.-.  ä > member of th« j delecate at larR,* f<j no 0 f Ton 4-H Clu  naity of Alpine Chaiseur Captain E''Uimore n.nvention vhirh ,-oqontnfAro S  Bura. whith set out same weeks ago »'mmated Wilson He also has been « w-m»"»*» «i^ w  in the Texas ernt.ingent in other' conventions.  - una warded  land described in the «tata'a third amended petftton. Tiri» aereage is outside the 4!l acre« which the  stata rtcof«*.'  EA^wlinc  Prom ine Decision On Cameron County B*llot  SAN ANTpmO, July »4 Justiee of % fourth court of civil appoais lon%ht promised Utfganti in the c»n#dn county Mlkrt c»«« a the earliest poorlbl«  atOHMIlt»  Tha court tofey heard vepmm*  mm ni fawmtiioe nmmm n: Ieottt^fi^ tlM mmrt*  is oom»M»Ued on the ballot  .....Wte  AGG IF COACH COMING  Ex-Stu-  Will  Clonfer With dents Here  Pan« X. Bible, head coach of Texas A, & M. Collefe. «111 be a visitor in Lubbock today along with Secretary QuUlen of th« cx-Rtudcnte of A. & M. The roen »-ill be in '«ranee with varfoM« ex-AggiM thW afternoon at the Lubbock Hotel.  P^ANE crash FATAL  Tlir « e 0i*iMS}i ?  At  Wadenii, Iowa  —when a mono»  MiriM  m  tinn in the eli^rtet •■»•»:ii-vni nf' See CARRANZA, paje « Hk '-'vsrthoase ve:,terd:»v i«|ierno.-)n |  M<*re than 100 member- rf th" bureau attended the ineet-ing and Mr. f-ampbelt wr.s jjiven a r-msmg. .  J   recrpiion Hp srrtwyi ■ iiervir«-' as j »Sweetwater Chosen A* Next the predominate motive of thej Meeting Place  Hta'jr- wide URn^nltural movement \ _____  nnw being staged by the association  • Hhrr uuuukt. inr pro^r.i:n I yesterday included an uddrrs;; bv 1 . H E Overs»ree», <.tnte director of' district 13 rf the farm bureau av-sorlattnn; rep<}rt rf the deleirater> that attended the recent meeting at levellantt; and a talk bv J. D. Tiniilcy. agricultural »Rent o! the Santa Fe.  A committee was appointed at the meeting yesterday to select the Wart location for the convention, tynigias Pound whs chairman of meeting.  In cooperation with local authorities of the association and farm work, teats will be made with a newly discovered chemical, 'me chemical was introduced here by Mr. Campbell, and with it, it is hoped to create a new advanced stage in the agricultural development of the South Plains, The chemical is supposed to kHl blue-weed and other troublesome weed growth.  Folders Distributed  Folders defining the work and scope of the farm bureau work were distributed by Mr. Campbell. He defined the difference between this Mid other similar farm association 8uch as the cotton associations and marketing association.  MILWAUIC8CL July h TMm wem born to Mm John c, »lack her« today but not until the fir» department rescue squad No, 3 hatf given tint aid to the stork. Boy-No. l arived shoutuw lustly, wl^ boy Np. î camf a-fcw  EDITORS CONCLUDE  Bin srrçTNG. July u.....puntoti  nf nf fleer:; und selection of the next meniti* place of the asrocintlon constituted tir« final busineps of the annual convention of the West Texas Press association which ad Journed at noon today after a two day session.  Rweetwater was unanimously se ifcted as Uie next meeting place of the association after Abilene, the other applicant for the place, had withdrawn.  Bowen Pope, of Hamlin, former secretary-treasury of the organissa-tion, was elected president to succeed Luther M, Watson G. 8. Smith, of Snyder, was elected secretary- tretutu ry.  James L. Dow, editor of the Lubbock Avalanche, was among the representative» attending the convention here.  to attempt to reach the Italia sur vtvor*; on Poyn I I.uicl. He was blinded tronx th»- r 5 lare of the Ice end ht.s »wo companions were forced to lenve him behind with provision 'llicy w»-te resrucd yCr.trr-day by Swedish and Finnlih air-planer; from Koyn Island where they had taken refugf  li the report ir, true. Varmintr will have i>cen th" «»-nth iierson to be ce;,<'t;rri fi "ir tlr icefields north of Spit7.t>rigen ritt'e the erasli of the If Pita  IX'T^tVit!. .JnlV \\ VT'—Ice floes ■iti'.l ff.g ba-e no terrors for the Rir-iinn Itr i.r"-»ker Kra^'n. which  With to*.en I'f the fiobile t-opir  ncdlM'-'i !-l>"orfl te'vued when ail  County Delegai To Course Na  Yesterday by  1  Agent Dave F. Eat  Heflin Leaves Al Out  OIL CITY. Pa.. July 14 a'or Heflin • .f Alabam«. speaking it nn ojien air (fathering near here today made no mention of the tiem-orriitic preside n'.lal nominee, (Jov-ernor Alfnvl F Smith, of New Yoik whom tjie '-niiitor has attacked in hi.- nnM-Catholic utterances.  Will Bolt Ticket  HOUSTON, -hily 14 hVi.....Alvln  Moody, ff.rmfr rhc'.rman of the Harri? county democratic executive cojnmittee, « member of the state executive committc- and political leader here in n formal .'-.tatrinent  hep«* -reuud Is searching for Saturday announcf-d he would Ik;!»  WINS FROM BROTHER  Judgment At Dallas For $142,378  DALLAS. July 14 </p).,~Judgnient for $142,378.73 in favor of Charles Pollack against Henry Pollack, his brother, has been *ign«d by Claude MoOallum in district court here. .  Charlee Pollack brought suit against hi« brother far one half interest in an estate valued at 800,000. After a lengthy trial a jury in Judge MoCallum'» court a tvw day« ago returned a verdict on «pedal Issue and-the judgment to*  vtnUet. for a new triât hM ¡¡vm  other 'i,ri"jp.<; of i.ibsmc men In the Areti" waiter  t>l%nn 4 ehe(. ni hrgte work of the  Kr.ir.;-in Is delayed by ton. but the  See NORWEGIAN BOAT, page 0  PLANES vf AT FRISCO  National ' Air Tour Makes Another X^jk  "ban FRANCISCO. .1utv 14 W — Twenlv-one airplanes, partieipantr in the national air tour, nosed their way into Mills field here todav In a hop from Fresno. Cal., which ended the first phase oi the annual reliability tour of the organisation.  Hie fliers, on 'a 6,300 mile itin erary embracing stops In cities of IS Htates are competing for the Kdaei Ford trophy and for cash prices ranging from $300 to $2.500 nie planes win leave Mnnday for Port-land. Ore., making service steps at corning. Cal,, and Medford, ore. The tour will end al Detroit. Mich.  the Smtth-Robinson ticket nnd lead crganiied cpp«sition to the New York governor  WRECK PLANT  Anti-Smith Pamphlets Blamed for Blast  Are  SYRACUSE. N Y. July 14 imprinting of pamphlets attacking Governor Alfred E Smith is believed to have led to the wrecking 1  f ar  early today of the printing plant! marital of H. Edward Newton. •  Nine of the ten repres nf thr a-H r'ubt of this c att.-nd the Fenners Shori at Tt-sa." A and M. colli ?«l5cted y • '"tday aftcrnoc F. Eaton t 'bliock county i i-'ree "chclnrshlps to th cfiursr will he «iven to tht )nr,. Jack Stalkup, Slaton; PcttR, Canyon, Oayton Mc' Hardy; all representing gra mg; and Olin Ferris. Shal George Rallsback, Acuff; FHiot. Liberty; Carl payton ami Hugh Moore, Carlisle; resenting livestock judging Representative« from the Judging contest will be sell 10 o'clock Monday morning one not selected in previous to attend the short coipie n pete in the poultry judging  See PEtEQATll, pag  MARITAL DECIsi  Rule« Separated Hi Must Pity Wife  THREAT » TRAP  Extortion Demand Bring» The Polle«  LOS ANGELES. July X* VF),—An attempt to obtain «3.QQ0 from Pay Wray. motion picture actarese, by a threat to Mil itutted. ina i  Mvil^ltf  Tlie plant was entered by forr ing open a d«jor All windows were shattered, tyiw was thrown into t!v street, printed matter was destroye-' and a large number of the anti-Smith pamphlet» carried away Damage wrs estimated by Newton at $600.  ROBINSON RETURNS  On Way Daek To Home Al Hot Spring:»  ST, LOUIS. July 14. </B~.Senator Joseph T. Robinson of Arkansat enroute to Hot Springs, where he wOl rest and start work on hL-speech of acceptance of the dent" ocraUo vice preüdenm! nomination  ttftMH* wmW  and gave a »ketchy outline of  FORT WORTH. July M decision i and duti handed down Saturday  Justice Trby Dunklin oi eoun of civil appeals lo a 'he case of HUMft VartÖ) ant. vs. Aianteda* Martin; i from Ttirrant bounty.  The hoMtof was, ut effe a husband who leoyes hie ,wl pay hl« «ifo hilf «r tili n torn M ÄrrÄ Ä te iriMfp.MTl  husband's wage«. ïn  liöT half ' threuggi» a   

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