Lubbock Avalanche Journal, September 15, 1935

Lubbock Avalanche Journal

September 15, 1935

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Lubbock Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - September 15, 1935, Lubbock, Texas 1Q02 OMm Umf EVERYTHING THE MAM WEARS ^FTRSTIn lubbockrJTRSTOn The SouihJVainsT Sunday Avalanche-Journal Price Five Cents Latest Newt Report Printed at 3 a. m. VOL 10, NO. 2 t4 PAGES TODAY LUBBOCK. TEXAS, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 193S ^ MEANS "ASSOCUTED PRESS"Italy Hurls Defiance At All EuropeSpecial Session May Consider All Phases Of TaxationSpeedy Action On Legislation Is Hoped For 'Uadert Eipreii Belief Tkere Cm Be Ne RettrictioB Of Taxatíen Te Specific Par-peiei; CkicftaiBi MeetLiquor Up First Gaveraer May SabniH Liqaer RefalatioB Oaly la Mciuge Bat Officers* Renaaeratiea Aad Peaiioas Te Fellow • Bv Thf AttwUirrt Prrr: > AUSTTN, Brpt. 14—fip^ker Coke Sl^venfton of Junction said to-, d»y thi» whole RUb>fct of Uxftlion ^lyl revenue probably would be 0(wn«d by Governar Allred for con-•Idermtion in the special »e«Mon of the l#fl»Uture beginning Monday. Ueut Oo\ Waller F Woodul of Houston likewise expressed opinion It would be impossible to re»trtct tAxatton to Rpeclfl- purpo««i». «uch M pro\1dlng revenue for old-age pension«. Setk Hpeedy Aciloti Tiirtr Btatemenu were made after a luncheon with Governor Allred Intended to »nooth the way for •pMdy action on the prr^nm of Uquor regulation, old-age pensions fand ramuneraticm of county offl- Aa powerful legi-slative leaders Woodul and Stevenson said the triple program unquesttoriably could he completed in 30 days, the sUtu-tory length of an e*traordlnar\' ses-gloa. Other loMnbm. however. Moid appratMenaina that at iaaet two senrtona, ma^tt ttire«. would be raqulred Ta mwM- Cmmmrnm aiavttuKm announced all tAllc> dealing predominantly with liquor rafulfltion voold be referred to the Uquor traffic Mmmittee of which RcpreacnUUve J. D. Young of Work Relief Plan Assailed By Fear Senior RangerCompletion Of Road Program Is Said Near Cuero la chairman. There had been talk IkHior Mlla might be rmited to the atat* affair* comtnlttae Two Nil« providing sharply-dl-werfCRt plans of Uquor regulation had been received by the chief cleric for filing on the first day of the Maskm. One proposed UcenMng private dealers. The other would ftva the sUte a moiK>p(riy over whtdesale U'anaactlons under sup-er>'ision of a three-member boitrd appointed by the governcw RapreaenUtive George Moffetl of ChiUieothe, a dry leader, was reportad preparing another stale monopoty bill, around which advo- •ae APICIAL fESSION. Page •Oil Discovery Is Cause Of Lawsuit DALLAa. Mepi. 14 Discovery of oil in the Rodeaaa field of the LoulatAna-Texa* border which was asld to have aent the value of 100 arraa of Manon county land up from 1780 to l«.g&0 over nighl re suited tn a suit in federal court here today The pieadingft ended with a court •rdar in favor of the receivar of the Plain view Natioiwl bank re atraining R. J Wheelen from prosecuting a suit tn the atate couita slleglng brmu*h of coiUract Testimony was that Wheelen claimed the receiver had promisad to sell him the land, an aaaet of the bank, for »750. When the recover refused to go through with tbe Mte. atfer the diaouvery of oU. WhaoUm brought tlx auit tn a aute court. FBderal Judge WlUism H AtveU hald that the receiver could not maka a valid sale of the proparly without confirmation, and thta had not been obutnad. The bankruptcy «■ase is pending in federal court at Lubbock. DIVORCE GRANTED RBNO. Ne\ , Sept U brlaf Rano divorc« trial today ended 33 yaan of married Ufe for Mrb LoiIIm Ayraa Robert, prominent Atlanta. Oa., aeciety matron, and Lawrence W. (CJhip) Robert. Jr.. of wsAhington, D. O., asalatant aecretary of the Unitad atatoB trvMury. Weather Report10M HICKMAN' .. . <irt. HI. Old Jofc B«ck « « «Tom Hickman Named Senior Ranger Leader Widely-Koowa Texas Officer Selected For Place By L. G. Pliarei: Ceaaected With The Sernce Siace 1919 • Bi Tf.' A'v-i --i Pi' AUSTIN. Sept. 14-L G Phares, acting director of the department of public safety, today announced appointment of Tom fi Hickman as senior captain of the ranger di-vlsion. Hirkman. 49, entered the rauger service tn 191ft ai» a private and was appointed capuin in 19W. After participating in many sen&ational ca&ea. he left the service at the start ot former Governor Miriam A Ferguson's last administration to be-( ome a cigaret and beer tax supervisor.Reappetnted By Allre<d Goveriior AUred reappointed hun in Januao'. Hickman 1» wiaely known m the eaA as a rodeo [lerformer and jutige and in 1930 toured Europe with the Simmons unlvenniy band. Last year tie made a personal study of police system* in several northern and eastern slalee. He was born on a ranch in Cooke county ui 1»«« and spent his boyhood M a ittncn hand in Texas and with the Chickasaw, ChocUw and Ckjmanche Indians. His first aasign-meni a4> a iieace officer was a«, a deputy sheaf I on the Texas-OKla-homa bolder m 190« where he worked uniU li'li' He u VK-ll icno«n to Texai rodeo aucUcncet. hMving judged exhibitions at Fort Wortl., Dallas. Wichita Falls, San Anuxuo, Houston and Stamford. Term Of Ceaaly Caart Te B« Opeaed Maaday Eight-weeks term of county court will be opened at 9 a m. Monday by Judge E. L. Piiti. Sftllngs lor the Judge's and the jury docket wUl ba announced Monday and Tuesday and the appearance clocHet will be called Tu0a(tey. The criminal docket 1im> in ca.seb. On the civil docket tlnre are; 44 cases on the appearance. 36 on the Judge's, eight on the jury dcxket. The appeal docket, criminal and ctvil, haa 12 caaea. There will be three weeks of jiu-y trials, beginntaf Sapt. 30, Oct 7. and Nov. 4. Fate Of Individual Projects Asked By The Score «Bt The A^!.ocli»tcd Presti WASHINGTON. Sept. 14-Wlde-spread repercu.ssionB ba.sed on fears that thou-sands of lo<«l puhllc works projects might be scrapped today enveloped President Roosevelt's revision of the $4.880.000.000 work relief program. Inquirlei. by the score fpli upon public work ft officials, who were unable to give any definitr assurances as to the fate of individual project.«! There were Indications, however, that Secretary Icke.^ would decidf which project* would go forward immediately. Baals No« Determined Whether thU was Involved in the presidents settlement of ba.Mr differences in viewpoints of Icke.s and Harry L Hopkin.s. central fiRurp.*^' Ui administering the expend)tiirp o! the billions, was not immediately a.^rtained. Confronted »nth the task of M-aling down their jwogram around .W per cent. PWA authorities agreed that chances of approval for the average project.'» had been cut Mrtually In half. Mr, Roosevelt's decision to let Hopkins' Works Progresh administration spend the remalnmg tl.250,-000.000 Of the works relief fund period in the .spring, left Icke» with only $425.000,000 for public works (ingress had allocated $900,000.000 lefcea Powen Indieate« The tellable indication» thai Secretury, Jckes would have exclusive powers in selecting the projects to be financed by the $435 -000.000 came when Representative Disney <D-Okla» said that Colonel Lawrence Westbrook a.<tfi.-itant Work.s Progress administrat-or, had told him that all PWA appllratlon.«. on file With WPA had been sent back to Ickes. While thesf applicallon& liad not yet been received by PWA, some of-lUiaLs interpreted that move h.* meaning that Hopkins no longer would liave veto power o»"er public works projects. Federal And State Highway Agencieg Ptt$h Preparation$ To Put Over $6,000,000 In Projects Under ContractList Announced Several South Plaint Countie$ Are To Be Included In Plant; Bid$ Are To Be Asked In Near FutureTCXAB: Partly cloudy aunday: Monday mostly cloudy. Oantla to tresh east to southmut wlnda on foa>iNEW MEXICX); Pair aunday and Monday; little change in tempars-ture.local Temperatures: Maximum •4. minimum 81; M dcgrMi at • p. m. Vera Cru C/adtr MilitMry Regime; Eleetmn Set Today VERA CRUZ. Sept. U (;P>—This city was placed under a military regime today preparatory to to-morrow'i> local electiwi. Police were .summoned to barracks alter laborites announced ti»«y would uphold the candidacy of Oarzon Cossa. a labor leader Authorities feared thert would be fifittioi. See ROAn PROGRAM. Page 9 Jmége» Of Varioag Emrk$ Im Women'i Diviiioñ Nmmei Judges of entries in the various CalvestOH Man 1$ KUltá As Ifiy Thr Assortatcd Pri-i,, Al'STrN, Sept 14 - Fodpral ai-,« .■itaie hiehwav »sfi.nps tacii nenred completinn of préparaMon.«-10 pu! more t.han S6.000.0i)0 of construction under contract 'nT- highway departmeni an-nounred fedpral enRineers added three project.^ e.sumated to co-st $n.S.OO(i tx> oihrr.s costing $2.190,000 of the a{>proved Plans neared compleMon on 14 others estimated to rosi $1 160000 Bids would be called on thoso .soon Opened Sept. 24 Bids Will bo opened Sept 24 on 24 job.«- f.v'nnaîcd to cost $1.800.000. Additiona! approved project.', were, b\ rountie.'- Naccgdorhei ,"5 2 miJe."; of road-.•iide improvemt'nl.'. on highway 36 Irom Nacogdoches north. 5 6 miles ot concrete pavement on huhwM.\ 2 from Twin Pond branch to AJvord Roberiion ."i 7 of grading and drainage .«<fructure;. un highway 6 from Walnut t rffk lo five-tenthh mile north ol Hammond, Tho«»e Near Completion Plans ncanng completion were: Dicki'.'is. 7 mlle,^ ol grading and drainajip structure.s on highway 24 from I miles easi of Dlcken.^ «'a^t. LaniD 4 8 mi!' ■ 'U caliche and .i. philt pi \ \ative on highway 2h Iron; 2 '-> liiilt.-, eaM c! Circlt to Hair i-ountv luip and 1 1 mile.' tiiroush Olioi; Lvnn 7 8 niilrs of raliche ba.'-'" and B.'^phnU pres': .itive on high-w.u 9 îrom «2 ni;if north ot Dawson 'fiijMN to Tihoka. .Montague /our-% î'ths mile o; con< rete pii\rmfni on highway irom Wi5r county line to one miK- divisions of the womens department, Panhandle-South Plains fair, were announced Saturday afternoon by Miss Delia Wilkinson, director. Three women from tlie extension ■ervice at A. and M. college will Judge textile, culinary, wunty home demonstration and girls 4-H cluba exhibiu. They are Misses Ruby Mashbum, Lola Blair and Lida Ckwper. Other Judge», all local, are. Flowers. Mrs LaVeme Kerahner. O. W. Rlbble and J. C. Davis: antiques and curtos. Clarence 8. Mast. Mrs M. B. Hilbum and Mrs E Murray Jones; art. Edgar Shellon, F A. Kleinachmldt and Miu Edna Hough-ton. KOlTOa SUCCUMBS CHARLOTTE, N C.. Sept. 14 (fP) —Col. Wade H. Harru., 77. editor of the Charlotte Observer, died at his h^e here today following an extended tllneas Harris was credited by many with being reaponslble for North Carolina caating its vote for the noml-naUon ot Woodrow Wilson in 1912 Car Plunge» From A Highway HOPE. Ark . Sept 14 i^h—J. W. Puhrhop. ec-vcar-uld Oalve&ton street car conductor, was killed irusiantiy and hi.s wlte and dHughter-in-law possibly fatally injured when thru automobile plunged froni a highway three miles west of here todH> The uijured were .Mrs J W Fuhrhop and Mrs p. W Fiihrhop They were brought to a hoi^pitai here suffering from internal and head injuries. Amarììh Man h Charged In Robbery Of Bank At Bronte BAN ANGELO. Sept 14 — Charles F. White. Amari Ilo. was charged with bank robbery in a conjplaint filed here yesterday by federal agents in connection with the robbery of the F'nst National bank of Bront«« July 1 Hi-s bond was set at $15.000 by U S. Commissioner Jes«e Couch White, about 28. hn> been held m Jail here in lieu of ST.^OO bond after a 'State charge had been fileo at Robert Lee in Coke county. Police To Keep 'Bank Nighf Crowd 'Moving'; Ministers' Organization Demands Action On City Ordinance M. ment. under a city ordinance which makes it unlawful for crowds to gather in front of theaters and other public meeting places where crowds are in attendance, will attempi to keep downtown Thursday night throngs "moving." whether individual« stop in motor cars or on foot. Chief of Police H L. Johnaton announced yesterday Chief Johnston asks the co-operaticm of the public in his efforta to maintain public safety and warns the public against "doubla-parklng" or gsthering in knots and throngs in violation of the ordinance The announcement and warning came on the heelA of two conferences between Chief Johnston and Rev R M Hockar. pastor <rf the Church of the Naaarene and president of Sea rOUCI. Page • No, Sir! It Won't Be Long Now! ■«««■•«««•«•11« »««««« The-^e Scenes Ffom W.U Fair Will Be Re-Enacted Next Week Armed Action Not To Block Plan Of Duce Cabinet Announcet Italy WiU Accept No Retreat Or Com-pronii$e On Cour$e She Hat Laid Out In Africa Alay Quit League Definite Challenge Togged At Britain; Mu$$olini Ready To Meet Any Menace From Any Direction RKV, R. M. HOC lU H •.. After 'lank Nigtiters OVAH: Come ovah: See Hattie, Hattie. Haitic—.she'.s the strangest Rirl L' alive!'' Lubbock and S<inth Plains fair-Roers will be in their hey-dey Just a week from tomorrow, when the 22nd Annual Panhandle-South Plains fair swings its gates open for a week's run. \Vt U be seein' ya! Record List Of Exhibitors Expected As 22nd Annual Fair Opens In CityLouisiana Pot Again Boiling Kxpositior To Start Next Monday; Lack Of Space LoomsH and , scraU hing of pens on paper last Political Linc$ Arrayed For week earned further toward com- J.„».r, El^ti«,; Method. iZJ^C^.n.,.' Of Lo$t Leader Sought And south Plain& Pair and exposition Quandary 1$ Evident «'p^ Attendance At Fair Shattered Hawk Predict$ That AIl-Time Daily Attendance Mark Will Be Broken; All Departmenta Have Been Enlarged Hv 171« AKsocioretf Prêt" Geneva, sept. i4. — word of Italy vS rejection of any "compromise .vjlutlon" in the Ethiopian dispute hurst, like a hand grenade today In the assembly of the League of Nations The news came as an impressive processom of great and small powers. including Soviet Russi» and the Dominion of Canada, proclaimed from the platform their fidelity to the League covenant. Challenge To BriUin A section of the Italian communique stressing Italy's military preparedness against menace ••from any direction whatsoever" was interpreted by some delegates as a direct challenge to Great Britain. They said it tended to create mi.sunderstanding likely to complicate gravely the League's dilemma over the Italo-Eîthioplan affair. A long list of speakers appeared regardless of the communique. But after tbe day'&.oraUu:>' was over-tht text of the Italian communion«— posted on the Leagues bulletin board—remained the chief center of interest. A New Situation In all corners of the aaeembly building it was eagerly discussed M creating an entirely new .situation. A .spokesman for the Italian delegation said no aggre.s}ilve Intention was behind the Italian cabinet action It wa«. merely a defensive measure, he .said, "not aimed at anyone " Canada's representative. Georg* Howard Ferguson told the assembly that if a peaceful solution cannot be reached; ••Canada will Join other members of the League in considering how. by unanimous action, peace can be maintained." "There is only the que.stion of defending the covenant of the League as the instrument of peace." said Maxim Lltvlnoff, Soviet commissar for foreign affairs. LltvlnofT See ITALV TO DEFT. Page t Despite pnlargniK of the agricultural builriing. ro<5m for exhibits v,». a-n-:u;ffl Prf»«i will be (oiiKested and M'veral who| AMARILLO. Sept. 14—First day would have entpred exhibits per-'| attendance record.«, toppled today I force wait another year In-' at the Trl-State fair, rated thl.'? vear 'B» Hir * iirlutetl Prn,!' NEW ORLE'ANS, Sept 14--The ii.iu- o; Louisiana was in a political \\(;!r! t^lI!:^;ht. Poir.icuii s were in • fever o^t ' eluded in the ll^t of exhibitors, as; as the lari¿ expo.suion in Texas apni'Mi iunir Januiuv Hcrtjnjiv tabulated Saiurdas were 16 coun-; wilbur C. Hawk president of the v'.rr,. a .M nator. all congrPsi.mei, a hps. nine coinin'.ii.'.tu-h. and 21 vo- assonatlon. predicted today ,thp all-timp dailY attendant e mark rnor i.'iiiiinatfii II täte officials will bf the Democratic pr v rl-' i. )ii the equivalent ir> election in Louisiana. I.IIU'«« Are Drawn While pohtici! lines were being rii.iwn the riistrict attorneys ot-ti. H annouiKid an inquest into Senator Hupv P Long's a.ssa.ssma-tion woulil bp re.sumt'd Monday 'Ihp 5,«>iuUur<, .slaying threw hi.-, orxamziUion mU) a whirllgiK He ran iii;« machine »Ith one-man control and took to his grave the s. iPt cii t-.i |)l.iii.s lor the election A.S H rrsult ¡1 -rhi.^m was made in >re POI ITK AI. WHIRL. Page * catlonal agruultu.'-a! booth.« Dairy lAhlbitors Coming Several (iau-\ rattle exhibitors iDi ludin^' thp Ktnnelworth larms ol Won Worth, which will ^end two (arinads of ptize cattle, have an- large a.s in 1934 luiunced thev will be here, swine will arrive lro;ii several well-known brcpding farms, including that oi o( 60.000 Hill be broken by midweek DepartmenU Enlarced Practicallv every department U Eicaped Amarillo Youth It Captured On A Vaughn Ranch V.AtHiHN N M. Sept 14 WMltpr Mayo •.'S-year-old Amanllo who (led the Clovi». N M-lailpr Ht IIP point of a butcher ki.ifp ro itiiike his escape Tuesdav iiiKlit was cHptured on a ranch near here la.->t nii.iit bv Sheriff R A rba'P,' .iiid State Policeman B^^n-!i!p Durali Minn enticed his lailer into the ki!''.fii a-king tiM a dunk ol •AB'. i and tiii-n gi iblM'd the knife witn which he made his break io' frecdum Nfavo wa.-> hrld on chargeh o( auto thctt when he made hu, escape. He Wit. rtiurueci to Clovu. I Even the rabbit department this I year has entries from breeders far , . ,, ^ , ,,, . ¡beyond the region served primarily VSulu.m..o, s at Vega and l^lard . | ^ ex(x.sltlon-the Panhandle- at AMin, ..n. C N. Largent A: Son, ^ of Mpikf'l. and winner of numerous prize ring ribbons for stotk. will Nee I.O( AL FAIR. Page 9June Knight Is Robbery Victim NEW YORK Sept 14 -Two armed men todav forced their way into the apartment of June Kmght, former Follies girl, boimd and gagged her and her negro maid and escaped with jewelry and coins valu-eii at $«.000 The robberfc, Miss Kmght told detectives, had telephoned her last (light making an appointment for noon today •'to discuss a movie contract ' The blonde Follies girl said the men first ordered her to "get mto a tub in the bathroom" but ahe demurred and thev tied her with bed-sbeeu tnd pajamaa. ea.stem we.stern Oklahoma. Entnes in this department came from Jacksonville 111 , San Diego, Calif., St. Louis, Mo . Pueblo. Colo. Oklahoma City. Fort Worth and Sedtlla, home of the Missouri State fair Colorado joined yesterday In the agriculture and horticulture com- Ree AMARILLO FAIR. Page • Janet Gaynor Baeh Denying That She 1» Having Romattee HOLLYWOOD. Calif . Sep« 14 iJP) —Janet Oajmor returned today from a vacation in Hcmolulu with a deep sunburn and plenty of freckles but with a denial she was engaged. •TTiey're saying I'm having a romance with Harold Anderson are they?' She pushed hands Into the pockets of her white middy Jacket, threw back her slim shoulders and laughed. He s ittft a lood ftrwpH ■ vwyMahan Tip Proves To Be Erroneous SACRAMENTO Calif.. Sept M. Another false tip that William Dalnard. alias Mahan. long-sought lugltive in the Weyerhauser kidnaping had been sighted In the foothills near Placerville sent officers on a wild but fruitless ehaae tonight. The pursuit brought authoritie* to the mountain copper mine, near Shingle SpruigK, about 30 milee northeast of here, where they questioned a man w ho re.sembled the fugitive Afterward thev .said the man had definitely established his innocence, proving that he had been employed at tlw mine for .«ometlme prior to and during the period of the kidnaping of the Tacoma lumber h^. Fair Edition To Come Out Next Sunday; Order Extrm Copie» By Thurtday Hop»! On nest l^unday. Septaaiter 22. The Avalancbe-Joumal wOl Imue its annual Panhanile» (iouth Plains Fair editimi, méwr-tising the 22nd annual espcaltlM and bringing before lha aMan-tion of the South Ptatna pUMk Tarious offering« ef Lubkaek nere bants. Columna upon ««lumna «f Bava eonreming tba fair and Ua hk» tory, together wlib aiaay laeal featare atoHea. the cmniea awl regular eovarage af laeal. atèla, natlanaJ aa4 ialeniatl«R»l «vaals wtti aaka lha adlttoa Wai« Traaaf largest an 4»y af puMkaMan. Fersons wtaklng la saeura astm copies for mailing t« frtamla ani relatives mar onler (iiam ^ week, until naon an Thuradar. iieptember 11. At a oast af It rents per paper TIm AvalMieha-Jaumal eIrwdaMan depertmael »UI addrsaa and maU all tmkm f 'lA ;