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   Lubbock Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - October 25, 1936, Lubbock, Texas                                 {  Need A New Suit? See Us!  CLOTHIERS  1002 Broadway  'FfRSTInLuhbodi-rflRSrOn The SouthPlaiivi'    Price  Sunday Avalanche-Journal 5  VOL 11, NO. 8  26 PAGES TODAY  LUBBOCK, TEXAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1936  MEANS “ASSOCIATED PRESS’  Uteit News Report.  Printsd At  Cents 3 A. M.  Landon Offers World Peace Program  Tech Red Raiders Overpower Centenary Gentlemen, 12-6  Furious Drive Started After Unlucky Break  Hohman Intercepts Tech Pass And Runs 30 Yards To Mark Up First Tally; Neill Goes Over To Tie Count  What! No Bacon And Eggs To Pluck Off Tree  8,000 Watch Tilt  Duval, Neill And West Lead Matadors To Big Victory Before Homecoming Day Mob In New Stadium  i  BV COLIJER PARRIS Avalanche-Journal Sports Editor  Applying the offensive pressm-e as the occasion demanded and standing pat on the defense—except for one embarrassine break— the Texas Tech Red Raiders climaxed an already siicces.^iui hume football season last night by takmg Centenary’s maroon and wl;ite Gentlemen into camp. 12 to 6 The score does not indicate the definite superiority which Tech's versatile backs and hard charjnnp linemen demonstrated over tJie stronc! team from Shreveport.  12 First Downs To 1 Consider, for example, thai except for rile pass which boomerang-ed acainst them, the Red Raiders piled up a dozen first downs to one, eained a total yardage of 299 yards, 135 of it via the aerial route, and n net yardage nf '2H3. which was vards nKü'- Mi;m Centenary's I'et gam.  Tlie Gents gaincu n total oi M yards, but were tossed on their ears lor 43 minu> yards, uivin.i them a net of six minu.'.  Anri that i.'. j)layuu’, tootball.  Said Coach Curt is Parker when interviewcri at the si;'.iion a ii w minutes after ihe game and betöre Centenarv'.s departure; "your team brat us berausi- n was superior in ever\' detail. It wa.s ready and inspired. It 1.S the iiardest-hitting. hardest-drivinu. most determinrfi flub wr have mci. and    met  sonu' pretty good ones  Tceh Plays Clean "I liad heard ditierent reports n---ardin- Tech ' Parker continued,  ■ but tonight ,s uaiiie belied the ru- i mors. Tecli lulled to draw a single i penalt\ !nr tuinece.ssarv rouuhne.ss,  (lurn to Pape 6, Column 1. Please) i  - -........ - i  Rejiiort Given On Demo Cash  Expenditures And Contributions In Democratic Drive Bared; United Mine Workers Make Largest Gift  ■lU I i,.- A-.'i)rhit('il Pri- ■  WASHINGTON. Oct, 24 — The ncmocratic national committee today reporlt'd campaign exix-nditures ol SI.324.4U) between September 1 and October 21. brinßing its total di.sbur.seinn.',' : inc'' June 1 to $2-  Campaign l on'ributions siiue Sej)-ti'mber 1 werp set at $1 40B.947. I'arlier donntlor.' i^tised t' -' ;otaI . O $2.490.715.  Balaiu e !. Shown Tiie committees .^latemenl, iiled v.i h tlie clerk oi the house, show-f'ci a balance on hand of $84..i31.  The Republican national committee's report lileii yesterday li.'t-ed expendí!urts oi $3.161.617 !^e-iween September I and October Ui or a total o! .S4.!>4'J,428 since Juin 1 Republican receipts since Juiu 1 'otalled $5 038.419. includin .$2.-f)íi7.7(i.T .-,inc(' Srpi ember 1 The largi" t cent ¡'ibut u¡n ^ Mit 1 ). ¡nocraíII.' ¡unii '.'.its .$l(iii.oi)ii gr.en !'■■ the Uüiii tl M;n • Worl.i i ■ oí '.¡iierica  Lari;esl Individual  Walter A. JoMC', oí Pitt.sburuh, donated $40,000. the large.st individual contribution.  Mi.seellaneijiis rt i I'lpts included ■i-22.0r)0 Irom the sale of advertising in the Üemociatic national convention book: $142.711 from the air of ( opies loans totaling $17.-00; and .$4a‘i Irom tl'.f .-ale oi  I'un. (o Paye ö. Column i. Please/  iBv riu- A'. oiMMd Press) WASHINGTON. Oct. 24 -Speculating on the wonders o! the future, government experts who spend their iimi- examining agricultural patents today envisioned :  Çorn on ti-.f loh fiii.iipp-d with zippers  Bananas nourishing in Maim . Grapefruit that automatu ally squeezes it.sell.  Seeds that, planted li'inre breakfast, produce ripe vegetables for dinner.  Seen Impossible ".Ml of the.^c fancies seem impossible al present." .said a patent office statement, "but not necessarily an\ more so than the airplani' or radio would have seemed in the examiners of 1836 when the present system 'of industrial patentst was established.'  Patent,s on plants were legalized SIX years ago and have  Turn to Page 8, Column 2, Please)  Five Children Are Lodged In Lubbock Jail  Bedraggled Kiddies Who Have Pleaded With South Plains Residents To Buy Needles Held By County  Stories Are Told  All Are Evasive When Questioned By Police; Action To Place Them In Training School Is Considered  Several Hurt In Auto Accidents  Serious Injuries Are Reported Aftei Saturday Crashes Over Lubbock Section  Allred Claims Landon Staged An About-Face  B'  Texan Declares GOP Nominee Publicly Commended President For Things He Now Is Fiercely Criticising  .!V, I hr .\-.*nciu'i d P:>' ,■  TULSA. Oct. 24,—Governor Jame.s V. Allred of Texajs in a Democratic campaign .siwech tonight charged that Governor Alf Landon. Rei)ubli-ean presidtyitial nominee, had publicly commended President Roosevelt for the things for which he nrw criticized him.  Picking up where he leU oil in a sjjeech al Medicine Park. Okla., last month. Allred charged Landon with an about-face " occasioiu cl. he said, by the siren .song ,of ambition, sung by Williani Randolph Hearst and the Libertv league."  Boasted Ot ( ooperation ! 1 charge that Governor Liuuion.  ’ uiuil he becamc a candidate lor the I Republican nomination for president j boasted of his cooperation with and j his fuiehtv to the New Deal,' he ; .said I charge that when he was re-, cU'cted two year.s ago as governor ot Kansas, it was upon a platform ol cooperation with an approval oi th.t N't'w Deal '  Au.ong those who wen' to Wa.-.h.-ington in the cmm.s of March 1933, au(i threw them.selves into the arms of the govt-rnment admiUing t!i(". "had niadt a faihire of their l)U-,!iiesses. wa: (".overiior Landon, Allrixi said.  Reading irom what h(' said was a  BV GORDON WEBB .\valanehp-.lournal Staff Writer  EDRAGGLED and only a little perturbed, five girls whose ingratiating voices have pleaded with South Plains residents to buy needles have t>een charged in 99th district court as delinquents.  Rangint: in agp from 7 to 16 years, the children were placed in county jail Saturdav altemoon.  Have Warm Bunks There they will find warm btuiks —not the pallets thev have in their one-room tourist camp cabin. They will have wholesome food. At "home," if the cabin room they, their parents, and five other brothers and sisters share can be called that, they "mostly eat ,s;\ndwiches."  "We have a skillet and can fry eggs to put in our sandwicVies. ' one told police.  They will be kt'pt in custody pending a hearing betoic .Judge E. L. Pitts, If they are ad.uideed delinquents. thev may be committed to a state training st hool tor gn ls or paroled to so;i.. nidiMdual or institution able if ' ikf Hiem Irom the streets.  ’I’hev’re Woi lillv-W'ise  Aseries ol car wrecks on highway No. 9 near the airport, which resulted in several pensons being treated for injuries at West Texa^ hospital, and a wreck near Idalou which re.sulted in another treatment al the has[)ital, were investigated by state highway partolmen and sheriff's department officiais last night. None ol the persons injured were believed seriously hurt, with the po.ssible excei)tion of an Amarillo woman, Ml.s,s Lillian Mead(\ M1.SS Meade received painful cuts on her tai e and neck and a twssible concu.ssion, an attending physician said  Patrolman W K Renlrow o! the state force, who with Grady Harris!, deputv .sheriit, investigat^ni tlio.se north o! town, said a car  driven by A. L. Mills, Amarillo, and one driven by F. L, l><ivis, Lubbock, crashed. Mi.vs Meade and J. Hay-croft were the mo.st .seriou.sly hurt Mi.ss 'Virgie Carter. Ross Burrow and a Mr Bursick, who.se first name other occupant.s of the car did not know, were all brought lo the hospital. Aside from tlie two, the others were onlv liadly .shaken up A third car. driven by O D. Reagan, a negro, was in\olveil in the same wreck a short time later, L, P Lyiiskey, W’ellington and G C.  Death Stalks Highways And Eight killed  Record Vote In Nov. 3 Klection Said Possible  Hulstedler. were v ecked aboin .'ame place. Neither man wri-jured. aside from bruise.'-  Mi.s.s Meade wa.s expected id main in the ho.spital over nii;lit  I he  in-  re-  Mr.  (Turn to Page y, Column 4, Pleasei  ,.teniigi aphi<' re | Landon a,s savnv. "I tie. lie to a< ki. iDle wav the app; pie o! lii'. sta!'^ ' '.■.hifli Presidiai!'  ort. Allred quoted on March 27. 1933: twledge In a tang-1 nation of the jioo-i: the courage with Roosevelt has at-  ,;'i\e T!ie,\’ are the\' have  ■    'o teil j-)f)lice-:'-nmli Satur-‘ ere evasi','e  weis ’tnabh'  ■    .(I  PolKv H L. :.ild in cus'od.',’ he asketi ii.m that !ie was  The gu'ls are no-worldh-wise. Ob'.iii been cdaclied on wl, men. Questioneii day tnorning thi'.  Later they said ti. to tel! where tl»', 1 Whi 11 Chit ! ol Johns'im look one t Saturd.is moining to piofiuce witnesst the chiel The (ielinqut ncy (itmplaim sign eri b\ .Assistant Pohi e Chiei Don Reeder was drawn by Madison S. Rayburn assistant cfiunt\' attorney San: W. Port, iiolice identilica-tioiis oificer, and a m w - paperman also f|Uestloned the girls  Onlv ont , the 7-y< ar-oid, ad-miiifsi shi diiin 1 like to '-fii needles. Bui la reil<ra'('d no oia- would “spank " her if slie refuseo Pohce wanted to determine whetlier the children wcrt- being forced it; the street s  Tht inildr-'i: esiimatec liieir "daddv V,a al.'out 45 \eai' old. Iheir mother .ilxiut 35. "D.tfldv.”  Tech HomecomingClosed In Blaze Of Glory Last Night; Thousands Here  FOOTBALL  RESULTS  Tech I'i Minn.  Pitt 20; 1 A. & .M. ' Tcr (»;  Texa.'s i». Arkans:< Wash, S. .Mil'll. S. ■ Wash. i;’. N’wi'st eft N’rl). 11 iMikc ].' Anhni'n rsc M  Caels (•)  it nt. B. I’iiialuc I ■ii 0,  ; I'.ax'lor Slate  1!).  0.  I t; I, :o I'  H (,’olumn 3, Please)  y^aco Youth Is Charged With Theft By Snatching A Purse  i)s.; !H ot Waco wa.s person  W  J’b  po;  a  Mi tainiu; i'ect)\'i'!' Ila. I -  W OIIM lì  Sat ui'ii;  Ml-ini; in a mnn  J)UI st •  out ol injured  I) .i.(  Mli:  •Mi  rom snatched a A Duncan, iiii'. living at  tiled wnli ! T Trigg by  1 >a\ IS  ' ,t still con-. tarried, was . takt-n Irom to the ..■M'd earlv  i ' .t walk-, ■ N when : .w'^ng her . ,i..' the life ’ ii! was lui-  they said 1 has been 'i-they makt a day," tc^ "We doi. ' the 10-,\-ai brings us f. F’ord tru' K parking p.. trading 'i.'  Ila V ('  • H< ¡t•a^^ day w»' 1^0 go hoiiit' .t; back a 1)11*i' about ti!  <Turn to P  t TB ' 7'lieir mother ; They give the inonev '.'.II and three tlnllars rii')' her"  ’, lik down town, -aid He iher lathei i !. t"wn m the model-T meet him at ttic oM'i' there on ! he  ; ()ii‘K"ii Ma' 'Tto alif. H.  , i:: ; Ili, ‘J.  . ( tkla. 0.  ; ; Triin. 1 ■),  'jo; Ca. 1:î,  : StaiiÎDi'd 7.  ; l'nrdliain 7.  t ,\<lditioiial S'(li es and Sports nous on pages ti and 7,i  Checks To Be Pul In Mails  Many Social Affaii-s Held For Visitors In Two Days  S'  RV HU I) (iKII 1 IN  MASHlNCi line drue.s, sailing pas.se.s, and pealing Viciorv bells wrote finis last night to T"xa Tech'.s nth lIoiiKtoming celebration  .\hiiniu :in(l t \-stuc|ents Mailititsi in ihe W'oiu’ti,- R(.'itii'iiff h.tl! ¡iii:-Ine loom at ni'liick Saturdav cm -ning lor lli'ir annual bainjuei ati'i later the-, saw 'i.i Mat.idors t > inf fi'im behind to Mample a s'tnnr t'<nt('iiai\ collt 1 tmiiball ¡('an. tai it mud-.' rjiiked i;i nhmn  S()< iai Calendar l ull  I':xe,s nuisiered at thr b.inquet !(lter a fla\ crowded with wclcom-in ■ ,-onal allaus. for graduate ini'in-liif: of campus oruanizations, Ye'--ti !(ia.\',s .wd ial calendar wa.s so lull that a few clubs are holding Hoiiie-eoinint; liiiniions thg. morning  R'l'itiiit busiiK's; at tr. It les wire curtailt(i at the baiiou'-' as Holiia's W( 1)1). Alumni as. ocia'ion presiiicnt and loa 'masti'i iui'.ed .;ue.t to  Other Accidents Claim Two Lives In Texas Saturday; Two Boys Are Found Dead, Victims Of Exposure  Collisions Fatal  Two Die At Mineral Wells And Three Al Beaumont; Thinly-Clad Bodies Of Boys Found In Pasture Near Nocona I  , r,'. I lir I.i i ,1 I>,;  ri''HAI-riC collisions atUltal en;ht ' A names to the list of vioh ni , deaths in Texas toda,\ while otlnf , accident,' claimed twn more lut -A head-on collision at Minei.t' Wells killed \V. E, Godlrev. 43. .oai ; his mother. Mrs W C Godin v "i Sweetwater Their coupe in pa • ing a truck, .skidded and hit an .tp-proachine tiuck  <las«!ine Explodes    j  At Hiaumont, an autoninlule-trui'k ettilision can-etl ihe fieath of Maurice Ai;ee. 22, Hen Alton Creamer 27 and Samuel OIr.er Smitti    'Ihe gasttlinc lank on  the tnirk f\pli)det!, hui'iuni: Suuth, whilf thf other twi) w.-eif killeti In-iinpait in)une,s  I'wtr autoint'bili ' aiid .t truek wt re in\n!\ ( ii in a w ret k at l’’ornev in which P .'\ Mitchell iiperator tit an Ol! tan!, taetor'. al Wichita Pall, and iwii nti'.ri'cs ln.-.t tht'ir lives.  Iniuiie' received in a high scliod! iDotball game at Ciosljv killed Vu\ p’oiiM'n'it IK, p!a\er on thf C’lo hv team. He tin ti ot I'ert hral fun-cii'.sion iniiirifd in a taiklf htis-pi'.i! .ilientt.iiii.-. .'aid  I    ht.ii' tl! Ailifi! .Iitiiii,' till  ahi "¡1    a ! 1 lit rin.i n w a 11 'iinti  ! || I I ’ nu; It t hi ( ia tun ha iIm >i , appal- ntlv ;t t ;.!<'n!,i':- tllDW la '■ Kainv wi'at!.* r and • lippt r\’ hi: li-w a \ I lint riiiiitei I ill a 11 ■'<, n ,' 11 I of wt't-V.-entl an iti. nn .'!, inr.  lit-  ptv  (.'opvncl'i I”;'.  WASHlNC.lt analysis of ih tion increases in \irtu,il!\ e\ cated todav a residential \'oi 47:i (100 The sli ht 1\ bt liiw l':imihlc \,i!i IlliUc .^,1 J.'T‘Hill ol ih-' I t; :,'. ilt'ir  I )•  21  Veai '  cast  •\n  e rcgi,-.tra-!.. M'ported iiam indi-iiilt' record o' .ilitini 4.1 -I'i:;:’ .tiîf was 40 11(10 IHKI  ma’. appriiM-'omparisttn t'ltal I mir lelUal \(i'c to 20 per  ■1 111. ! rom  (|iia 11  ! li'intici ;  w a  ditl  ol  not  the  the  per  ' ' Thl ■!a ,in.il\ 1  St.itcs I set! \s H.isis  :^'ai.-' pnmai liv u-i t‘ .« i ' I is litr ; I if ,\ ..SIM la'll! I ' ''Oipiiat ion w !■! t’ ( 'it iiitI Mi'n'ana, %'fW ,It r,.i \  ^ 111 k (irt i iiii PennsvP,  Kansan Gives Proposals To Avert Strife  Nominee Contends Policies Of Roosevelt Made Probable An Entanglement For U. S. In Foreign Conflict  l.e Cast Out  Dcclarrs Tliat War Will Never Be The Fnthes Of Peace And Use Of Sfrong Armies Will  A!'*^ay.s Be Delusion  1  ,\"t )i ,¡-  inia  I'I urn to ['.It;.' Ii, ( 'tiiiimn ;> I’lt .i-,f •  Portugal And Spain Strike At Fach Other  Portugal Breaks Off Diplomatic Relations As Spain Charges 40 Sailors Killed In Naval Battle  ( )ni  111'!!: ! ;• i ll,id S'  niiMilia'  ! H > 111 Is  t ,:4 A dual 'iiîotin.: world ; aMl,' t war All M Laiuion ci'ni-nding pi'll, le , a \ear t'r.ited HtaiC' 'tifi-'n ciinilict.  I lufirode the hi' liinisell I ¡“pubiicau I )-oas ra' u- op-: M;e Ilnlo-  tt.  ■,iti  'II  I.a -I  LONDON. O Sji.lin and !a r ai each oth<r t Pi'itiii.’a| liiok lalinn. willi Ih  :.;o\( t noH'ni ,ti  I n einha P'iM!ic,a] wiMi sailor, in 1 All H an I I.a: I  :’4. .S-.-iiln! P.il'il.al siiiick  II I ; ipri .iM 111. 1 ( ■ i' War- '.'I II Spani'-h I in rep!\ the  40  'P.tli!  • It Ml  H.SI.!.  I till ei ini t .Klln 1 ,1 : ue Ml ' .'eii; io ••nd ' bet a !i.‘ e 1 hi K war I hi I I’ruii!' ai i)lt I a ! a Re •!,! lidfnti- i ■A 111 <■ 111 11 • aid hill nil,oil'  M"n  I Í ii.n ■ iiati I • ■■h.'cd Aside  ‘Uoiene  M-mpted in the I powers made It, I I line we  ■ tid  a p.'iiit pr.is! an 11 ' - w I ti'.ti ;ir-.  in the . II-, er the •ia- Lea-f t-i -u it'’ o' I’a '.'ar I'vU's ctiuri cal f-uurt " 1 'o avert -rid '  and then  H’  Mein.ind, KeiitxM'd  I 11 ! a w ( ! h I 1 0 e t n a I i  Two Young Boys Are Winter’s First Victims  N()('()N'.\ Oi l „’4, -I' The t!.:i ]\ -t ail! btiiiit ' <il Fl<>\d Carns'in 1 and oiantit 1 ('aiiotm 15, we  1 11 nun mil i ■  |H,|  lo ti,ill ; ip,in: h in  ill  Thousands Ot Checks Will Be Sent To Tevans On Nov. 1; No Funds For Payments In  December In Sight  i';iular .Schedule  ';.i car there evcrv t: tot he block at 12. i.t' dinner, and come ■ ' i'lek We comi' flown '..lock in the morn-  H, Column a, Pica.se)  Traflic Is Dtliicuh WUh  Stow Mist FaUing Saturday  Mat added very little •i! moisture, fell in K-’hi making trallic mi'cious down town.  .Saturday as re-i’( experiment siib-ina.ximum 48; mini-m 46  A slow 0!) ' to the ami Lubbock l:t ' dilficult ano Tenijxu atu! ported b\ ’ station wen mum, 38; <; i>  We.st Texa:-, a maximum ol 49 degrees; minimum oi 38 and 46 a’ 10 p ni  Al Smith Assails New Deal For Us romiKfition With Private Business  AUSTIN, O' Carpenter di;..' : sistance, siw ' -  amounting ti. ' mailed to pt i. : Novembi i' p,,,: ■ jiossible bv leg! . lerring $;)10,00(i :' ■ to »he availabi' ;> pcnier .said fie i f -feder.il aiuhorita be matcliefi  No Decenilii I The director ; no I)ecemb<‘r p,r. u. Irgi.slutiire provua i: likrh .source for ¡a bill pas.sed b'- t!.. .sentatnes and pei.', ate, auiliony;ini' i e.st-beanng delni.n Ihe old age a,ssi lan  Considerable faei!,  Whethei the cllal.  bill Banker-, tiiio ( they woul^ t asn rh. U the legislatiiif |j: coniijanv rejioiied guaran'ee ultimat, Commenting on  W'lilch niiglit    fir; ,  bill Was ikji    pa' I i  .senator said    "Wi somehow ’  •    Orville S. old age as-;:ii'Ki checks -a '.vould be  1  V I 1 e iiuide  •    .tin iran,-,. p. 1 inani-nt  ■ ,nd C.U-  '1.1  g.tine Went) IÎ r a il f (1 1 d Mr and Mi. ■/.iiomerinai.n I'I Xa.s Tet'h  aitenfl the loo’l; inlrodiicefl Pre. a‘i n'  Knapp, who pre; t i.tt i 1 )ennis Zimineriiiann i.s a member ol 'h board of director.  Brief Talks >lade Mai' fi. Pedei .-oni ,'\iimmi :is,socl-alion leader, and Rili', Mi xander, liresirlent ol tin Ti t ii i lu!) at K1 Paso, .spoke bricll', Alexander iin.-ed • he as.',(jciation o enti r a íh'at in l‘,l Pa.'o'i. Sun eai nival this w inter. Webb inlroduifd .\ii . W H nied.'.oe, widow ol the Texa., 't .^is-lator who aided in Te.xa. Te( h founding; Dean A 11 i.eidn;!. ol thi college agricultural du i; ion; Dv W. A Ja.'k.son, government de|)ar'niciit head and chairman ol Un '.'lad ia'c division, ,ind niembeis of tlie alumni governing board  r’rank .Stone |f)rniei err inee.’me  rum  P.i  ÍÍ Culuilin H, Pie,I I'  Business For Lubbock (iood  Ca la  M.t  Sp 11 A  . ; 'i. ft 1 nil ,n 1 I n,n, Alin , '111' a.l< ',.'»1 :-ai.;- ’la l-'t I naiaiii IN  h,tn  .Sp.ii, ‘,1. Uh 1 hip  dm.  Udai  ipanl' Il  I he nit -  111'  De  I    !si’  II    t'tl 1,1-  t  11111,1 t'l a I Mi. A  I r I ' l.  1 .11.11. ,'\iiii 1 : 1 )i ■■  lia’ lonal (a)ll -ill'll ot the  '.viiii-h. he I reti b’. Ihe pr«‘seiir ad-  -■p.a a! ii'i;  111  non ol  orid-\^ Kie ' ahh.' hin'.; Monti a* world. la':\) keep  .    poiu--.  iTuin to Paj;! i(. Cm iinn a. Please;  Dallas, Corsicana And This City Reported To Be On The Bright Spot Of Business Map Over Texas  fi ' WASIIIN'  lx)ck. Dai:.I ri-poited h'-nieiit it>d I . spot -. Ill: 11 ¡ reci-l.i i  Italia I'M f tl  hten  .U'.lni-:  1,00-I I c par ’ -1)1 ah' till p  I ' 1 n g Ita f-li.it . I had bet Isp.'ini !, t'ti.lia . dot, ( iiih.i, .' all  "'Ihe Ci'ida'!  wit hoiit  rat.'e p F'ei lia I,.  v.-h!' Il :  : ,!lii; 1'  It Oil, i,.  Th.  Pi n  t! f!  ait 0 ’!,rti  Lonji^Termln Wile Slav ing  Clarence Duncan Is Given 25 Year.s By Abilene Jury For Murder Ot Wife And Burning Of Her Body  \i’,i  I.t 1 ' tilt  'he  I’,I -, lllCllls  tuderii and .1 H fiiatchei bock Ire liman in agru uliore, eo aci-oi flKili .■election ,\Ti,  ('lurn to Page 8, Column /, P  Lui)- i pia'. - I  <!■ tor a 1)1/\I'  Amarillo Is Selected Next  Site For State Convention  10,!-  ■pcl  ¡II.  I'ui n  b PIr  Robbery Of Levelland Man By Two Bandits Is Reported  4J1..Ì tin. . , i .iir. let-2H- -, ear-’")ld n.-irii'-r oi .1D'.ncan  a.-sf 'cu  I).I  I  1)AI  Ot  1Í4 M' 'I l.e n  haiges and Canillii , a. tailed .hiilgi \V : Cartilage plesidt t¡!  eia».I .Arnat'iilo lot .• ion til ■  I , eno ,f Coiniiii . 1'.. .': l)a,:., , '.a I -¡  . H ,'M f'ln" <i\ P rei.i; ’.  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