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   Lubbock Sunday Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - August 23, 1924, Lubbock, Texas                                 LISTEN TO  CLOTHIERS SPORTS BROADCAST KFYO  5:45 AND 7:15  *'FTRSTIn Lubbock—FHtST On The South Ptatnf  Sunday Avalanche-Journal  VOL. 10, NO. 51  28 PAGES TODAY  LUBBOCK, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 23, 1936  MEANS “ASSOCIATED PRESS”  Price  5  tent»  Latest New* Report.  Printed At 3 A M.  Dillard, Abel And Settle Are Elected; Thompson, McDonald Win In State  ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦  Land on Claims ‘American Way Of Life’ Being Threatened  (and ¡date In First Attack Of Bi« Drive  Governor Sajrs Choice It Pig In Pokt Policies Of FDR And Owr Heritage Of Freedom And Opportunity  Pledge Is Given  GOP Nominee Says Remedy For Unemployment Is Not Dole Bat Real Work For All Men A* R^il Wages  “Who Is Shipping Supplies To Spain?” European Puzzle  Factories In Fu rope At Top Speed But F o r \V bom?  w  ¡J1  w  WILL!4M L. 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Br:’air. <■-; thf- bU arn-^s-pr"<urirut r.a'ion.« ■* thr on!v one hai ;>.* .!•    «*n;bari?o  :r,' - ri*f'-r  Franrr ì.as pf■.*uv,rc h»-r>r.! eie* oj.'o- of r.pytrallty; Gertnany ha* acrepr«! irte har.rts-oif poi ir y in ' :p> l!ah    to Uie en;-  bario !f othrr pr>-Ai*r> wtfi fall m llnr Rhìmiìb L- « inr.i: wajr froro thè b*tUeiy»idi. ; Site Unit#*o State* *£-h.r?e» to » ' mora; ‘•mbargo. ir;d Se.:» A rr* nrsi* '¡¡«’¡^r • r'or  No Information (itvrii T';** *r»«rr to q';**»tic.|i U    arm.«' S;»::. (•»¡in'.'  be ob’am«*-.; irò«’. irr«“.i.r. f.ffic**.* ?' u *:'ì)*r n'.f-"    * .*;»• • 4 **nU'. •¡•■i'  f.r>ipn:'T ■> »f ’>»•.: .• t rnj’b iiirrK»'  ’-»>,!;-rr far: '/*• frinì, '.rr m'ir.;;;ons makrrf. 1*. m<>**  . 'nunrs«*« »uh**- ♦ to «.rvrr»* prr.i*;».'" ff thev rxpo*-* arw wlthM'j*. -rmfnri.f 1.< ?'»r rarh .shlpm« - ::' Y»" !* 1* * i> r*- 1  'n'if-itinri.- !.< -U/rir.. «r*    a> tep  ¿«h K-.r<ifr A:'* fhr HpHiiiAh frf.rn -nrr* vuppl'-. «r p   Bifi Democratic Victory In November Vote Fight Is Predicted By Jones  .* Ar.n  * » ’»TJ, *  J top:*  W-. ,  ■    (.» «•'»••Iff v i  ■    pC**T ef t nf HI»- hac  •louf/t #t^  » *i< :> , • ]. j> *.» • • .  1  \r ‘.it *. I*/* »"  ar*- try:f:r u • .;*?>.*•’ ' iftfcUtu'-ioi«* t?y o*.hr?t from abr«*c h» «aiti Nm» In main parta of th* «crii Desntrrafy u m rr<rr»t and iHitatonhtp» ar»- advarwm*  T<i ti?ttvi «ult. *■*!< i«ir that thr  'Tijrt Hi*»- 10 Coiumii 7  Ow Person /i KiiUé With Three lajarei /• Accident  NKVk’ HRA f, NFKL8 A*t* ». (>»», O'.^ |^rw»t »a- klilrd and thrt* vtrtr    Hi' .u-llt.g a coufti*  *tiv ii»0 bt-rti    hrti! an how  brfure »!.** «• os trite* and an automobil»*    on a hlfhway  •lit anilrt    of nerr ujd»>  Miaa Ljaura Ne* rori.t. ot Han Aiitonio dirvn of *f>* <*i *u killed aad Mi** unu»J; Rown 1®, i*uffrr*d head and frsly Mr and Mr> Oranviii*- hofriain. rHurutng to Han Anu>ni<; aitrr  !  bui» marriag* aiao w**rt »¡juxkJ wrre Luken to ISan Antonio.  * •* Jf I if r i‘1 >, othrr ars'- • »niets ‘-.i.• * th« îmfU, ai  W'V « fr r; ,  .*■ b<nnb* »!:<: ;■!: A'.u-ri’Í '.if, IM'    ( I   r \ brr»''*h of Ht»)’ ; »-un *■ trotn *  >!\RVI\ Jf»M ^  Thr N>w Deal » I trm are.  Death Claims State Leader In Minnesota  Governor Floyd Olson Taken By Illness Last Night In Rochester; Cries Of Grief Heard In Hospital  * * i* lurr On Pag«- 11  Amari 1 loan Io Help ('(»nduct (‘ampaiprn For II i s Vu rt v  o  VKI'WHK M I  f'o  vi ;• >n  t :< »! v, a  0 rii:<  ChKHi" tor- o! Ui' 1  m:  Tii*  visit::;;.  Frank  1    htp : por’ a : ; '  'I» 1 !'  U  I>  or. for Roofce-<*ra: rler-bv  ■ Arr.a-  .. uh tn fl'.*; <!'.:*•' •  r.,n  \griculturr ( tuiirman  H’i'.r uí'.o ib  H ;b. and tr,rrA&  ."¡ou.v?  Blanton Loses His Long-Time Congress Seat  Eastland County Judge CM? Garrett Beats Abilene Yhn Almost 2 To 1 And Wms In Blanton’s Home Countv  McFarlane  Ed Gossett Runs Wei! By* U Nosed Out; Oscar Hoi com He Loses; Cody And Speer A'<* Named To Judgeships  McWhorter, Mansker And Holt Are Commissioners: Davies And Roberts Win  EN’tbn Winners, j  I’.-'Pf.« Mr  D  vrr U ' pu'  c>  r f  a!>.  dr  >e. Cr.  ÏMÎ’.  -, ■.»rr’r  ■ntaii .for-*»- ví'.:'. ••  -a::;p,t:Kn it; •:>  1  >ader. 1   . i trlb r* to <"o:;gr«*.vsRi.x:. Z'- Mahon o! Colo: a.-Io. »ho rep-• 'hr !3*Ji    wa* pa:.l  sn roH**»iru*- '’Oír. 'hr 18’ ’  'Plrturr^ On Pat*  B) Trx*3 tlrr ( ,, E :  ALLAS. A'lS? 23 Ernest O T  arlllo rrd-hear. -r aid. of E113‘ wp^tood a.s'-.a-.il'. i->r ' tlon ambltior.' light-voting D**n - - • • rr.ary were svept  v  a wave of pop’:!a' Thompson nrr. • the railroad cctr..-. ond term  opponent. Pr.ir.-i '! . • under a 50 pr-Donald   1  i n \ <. t p  !-■( -j ! v •    I  ( o unt  The State-Wide Vote  ’n:'  Aj  :hj  th< A::  1 ribotr To ^lahon  ■<iid  p.a :  I’T .*-:  f hr 1 .  Bmby Cooi Hmppilp; She it Only Survivor Of Six lorn To Mother Two Ifiiki >tfe  MKNIXJN Mo Aug 33. UP) -J1w* oi: > f.-inv.oi anions MStupieia, *n apj)U -«hrekrd baby glri eooed  liappij) ioda> uj a «UMMtor farm Mouuui » ho accoi ding to the family physiclan might have had alx Itve babl«t had b*r health be«n b«ttcr.  Two week# ago Mr» Adelina SH»ichln*ei W already Uie mother of Aide chtidrrn gavs birth to alx, five ailU-bori) bu{ thr urvk,- wass •iw In »preading through >in < <>ijn-trywklr  The Weather  WE8T TEXAS: «ei^rüiv lair oiday and Mon4wy tABT ’JTXA8: Generally lair utidM> *nd Monday, except pioto« Mly slio«e). on the coe*t 0unday >entle to moderate aoutii and south-*tt*t wmd«> on ttir ooaat new MEXICO Mr 6una»y ui.d Monday; little change in tom-ijeraiore,  Vrrd %ll rh*-ir Hull<-t.  « ’»-rr    **r*- :-o.'i.*  r^.iv' < > r ■ '•!:*!:: .’ !‘ !■ »1.  • ii »..»,*•    H • a\ ¡niii'  i • ii'»'rr:.:i rt.-*.- *hrr»- >*•  ■ 0;i* ,, i'.' I : ' ■« ‘ .■!’ !' I O'li !*’• *# '  rnak*'  "Wh'i %#*,*?.*• r to ,.fap ii.him*lot.  ? o »pain •■aUi ';!,•* Aiwtrain wh*-!! »r may b*- aolr *o **• ' them at frs*;* ti hlghet pr>< **» •<•    ;i:,'  day now'  T1»r Ai’*...? ;!,iin:*ion^ nu«kii rrlti M»n<>. w.».o o»i.#< plaritA in Hpam iVntral Kurojie and (Hhrr Count/I«-* r*-«-ntl', ^labllnhrd a temporary hr»dM iHrti-r* in Italy, wherr Preinirr Mu. > -^>lliii if «earing  (Turn to Pag»- 10 Column a. Plea««»  Jinuny Rogers Pays Visit ToMashed-0  An almost annual vlail to thi* L Ewtng HaUeli rmnch 1« mllet north-«e»t of Arnhem la being paid by Jimmy Roger», li, a boo of the lat« noted humor lot WUI Roger» who with WUey Poet wa* killed t n Alaaka Ailg. 1ft, IMS when their plane cnuhed.  How long young Hogan would remain and what hi* plant were while at the ranch war» not known to B. c Dlckln-aoi) of lfOfe Thtrty'fourth atreet, whOfte wife lb a nlew of Un, Will Roger«. Mr. OkUnaon said that he prewjmed Jimmy waa accompanied by Jim Blake of California only son of Mi> &ogert> broth-ft  La«t auinuier th«f pair »pent five week« at the ranch, known a« the M*fch*d O headquarter* Will llogerb hud vu»ited th* pla/* many timae to t>ee Mi Halbeil «n acquaintance oj year*  An atconipliahed jwlo {»layer and towbov. Jimmy three yearn ago attended New Mexico Military Institute at Kofcwell and since that tune ha* been in st-hool in California Both he and young Blake have avoided publicity during their visit, tag in the vicinity.  Reger*  F;o*.  nor  rnt  <’¡r¡   r i f{ (V.  'ii Mil '  44 vrwr  Witt, hit!  wn<i t  ' K ."I :  olrl ;it fi;>  • H'Vit k¡r  pm:' •i ; ;i I j m :  >  MU' I >! 1 ¡I  pop:....'  Rr»\- ' tr. hi C ipo*, n 15 : ' : ■ * In r :  • •I • :  kef-:. ■ ,  muto  jrp.‘.  C ! .  t 1 -, r: fi- ’H' \ M,i  hf a■k< W( ! * th* « : till.; frv. nvi' ' tu ix .To!.?  • o: thr  : thr neu ri.» :: ..ne any uhrrr  ■    -dr a fuirr imr M.ihon Hr *'  . he's t> :l: ai ¿ood work I:  ; trlr* .ire w.s :««• u. i-ongrr.' i .:rrat rrrc>r<i •'.rni ser\:i - r  ■    <**- -..nun Jo!.r>. -for. 'a * ' r i it w ¡i I <!;Mrict  iv:- Mi    ;>:  f! to "b'alf. trtlN’ «ml *•  Il I»’ ’ I'!!  <»nd mo--. r> of cor -'hr rour. - i « v-inn than '  nr.; y ha>¡ • arie w.ü. i t:-.r prop.r ;  tl’.ry w:.';i and hr u wel! i ^  ri-.Trsrt¡t*-‘. :  a part o’  rabiy v. the in: -rt-maut  h .ope* ’• f rnakt >.  >10»! l*b«l»l !n '  tlon har^aa 'nlloo'.af Intil*  R*tl' r  id t ut .* • • t'l ii: Mirr i •: 4fflru't^tt ( nmw • I»frn, .-x| « Iw»'*" Dn-.r.-t ■A.>. H. -)a>b» ¡'' - la Di«ir' .  : : v.*.  1  . \ t *  lnnj’.M V '.ltv-' uri BI.-'U.h. .•<.  < lv t l Vo()<-\l- I :i|4  ( ..d <  t Î l.k  1  lOK' ()N > ri. MP  • |l  ;t?!* l:  \ ol** ‘«I I't-r t'  »IT* .Mi- ni'oi: !. : t rifili M,i'!,*;<•• Tin-1 ciitr.f i^-r i,nal m Hlirldi li ano fui' thirr niii-«v* Ml*.  Ml-..* I Ml Mi s.’ b**t»i H'vmi  ( rimd U titt Oulaldi  froi.i 'I  daiiKtitrr  l  , . 'hr rhlrf . ..  ■ Dr* Hui ” Wygaard. ai .d 1.11 nr t lit Jiiííd d M i»* Fl!/,.  Bain waïuwî bllUdl! conn  Ju-.f • !  : --nor 'h *.,,, 11 ¡ heard i t i•* i  1  ou th<  A^ Hm, : long 'Ut infoi m»-ii 11 .-i ! ' ¡ drill ¡üh*ii .< dt-a'li f*î i*’ Mrii hltu ’• ! Ht-ii ' I"'  ho'.piial, a rroad t ■ 11 ***’t o'ithldr the »Minv* th«' fina! out.-  ' ' >r d of thr *pnri • :< • of griet were Hal hv thr persona  iiMinl ululiate and 1 of thr governor . Mclniydr. Proti, .-.rrretary, of ttie Itooaevell wan to Olaon Aug  'iiriiiUMif.il I nknown n:    df Olaon'a condl-  i I ui ni even to mein* * ■ inisy or to htm*elf, .¡..ni ('dine to Rochea-i>, : timr Jas»t Dec ‘JÙ,  Th. rl  tlllli !A ii  brt, ol i when tlir ter foi ''  1035  He iiuo oiirn-n will» an ulcer of the atoiiiui i. i*,i Mime time.  Laat I in rii.tiri however, hla con-dltlon girw * i ( and he consulteid the Mu vo i ni iii Aii exploratory opera t ion fi un''Hi *ruvuhb were found  il'urn to I'utffr io. column ?, Pteaae)  <  ! :■ mui o lv" tl: -11 • thr !> hl<-1. prim i • K r r«j 1  t imi'  (Turn  h.  ’o ru: «•■it al ;«(•»■( ),i ■-  4  !'• tndu-iiti-d  Aoi.i’i! ; -.let - ■ akilM if'»* *ti!t ii! Pt r i t .I lîiHi>C, fit n ( tarín i i*-pir.^usfnt • rlain 'lo IW ft**-Ilrctrd il'K RlOO^'-■ <■ r«*-r>.  I "Ilgrrv!! i' : n not ii k aa bv  ‘ '• IHfK-l.l' .  liavr t  ;i\ moti-i, priir  P.Kr 10  a In : onI 1;. in-ovrrA'helmin^* -said  ■•*<! much I'•  • ill ÿtrtteh !!’  : i Hfpublii <iii j .i .-oiuiucted A j L Garret . vctrd In thr ciarreti  Mir  ■Ad* t.i:  •a hrn  ‘ H 1(1 i  ^atherr*'.  : ' i - twv . i'tigre.s : « •(*.> a.-0ut*iu’ :uojit Inis» d<tv was  1  : dined b\ Aöilene, congrt-^  I *'Vi  Results Of Voting In South Pl?i n s Counties Given  t  « K»)^b> (Ul \ M  than in the  :nn 1 Pieai*e  Former Croshyton Physician Is Dead  AMAlti; Jam^ a  Urea pi. He had ,■  years ihr  Panhaiidii-  Hr iHf.i town*- Ü!¡i In iur, i reürln« «>  PiiiiriHi  c'ro*hvtiii.  : r Dr  .' vrai-old re-t.ert- today ifMuinr for 45 ■ 'hrnt tn the  i vs rht Texai.  . ' rroïihyton i th-rd until  ne held m  t!i*-rnoon  IMO MU KIllKU  LARtUd A reachin»' m« i aatd hiiii.n,,. Coahuilu kiii' late yestri.uv i Paloni ai.  +’•—Reporte rimet. today pukera tn ii ikr breaker» at Hacienda  Brownfield Is Crowded At Big Birthday Party  B  b fei.ii i > iitopunaanti >fU>WNFIEL,D. Aug 83— A gala ainuttphere pervaded flag-bedec u»ri Brownfield as many thousand* ol persons from throughout thr South Plain« gathered hrir tor the necond day .*> event* ol a three-day program including rodeob, dancing, inuhK king, in celebration oi the goth aiinlvemary of Terry rom.ty Between three and four thou*-and pet6ons attended the af-leriKxjii a rodeo and it waa estl-meted that several timee that number wa« attract«4 to t)M  •lebra-  town Bat in,in . o i Uon  B C JohU'.in ui broftnlleld won tnM pii/i *!ii, <1 )t^ dance In ail ainaitui i-nnieat conducted on the i ...iittiiiunr ripiare after the u«l... R-ou na Hteph arnon oi m<a.ì*». h> won second With violin pin YU IK and ainging, and Hitii' Ham ol Brownfield uni! M.nd \nth binging Sixi\ -foui pn pon.*' were entered C H Hutto ot Lubbock Woneored the amateur programa  Friday *nd Bal urda v ntghli-  (Turn to Page 10, Column 4, Plaaaa)  lumps at . rran con*;:<- ■ the 17th : • rett ever home cou’ :  Cutorti 11 Young to v -mer Uni\t-i  bOd> Ifa-.U-: v  political H'v (Turn to t^a,^« ’  CH<  I ''¡I  : I > >1 111 1.1 Hi  Bond Of $5,000 I» Set For Johnston ; Vuitu To Olton  OLION A i,  Johnston. 47 \< er charged w year» ago oi A i* day had not pt. bet late Fiuiav : * ■ nedy, ju^tu e o :  ‘ Kennedy.  Johnston «in * from Lubb(H K cm , had been pUvm waived exarmmni^ nedy Rum» wa& .shot Jui he went to the cu*n ter hie wile ^ld prowler on the Run pi-Johnaton wa.*- »ne.v.rd P A Loyd oi Uni 1 ! two atate ranger^  M'.'i    74o -!.i.  J/¡    ■ ,i » * ¡. ! : *  ’.    H,t. • III  '    :»•; •: A'„.  r- .j '.V    >•  M ■  -     \p 1 n . >i,i •  lfc.KK> ( Ol M >  tílo > W \ >■'! h,LI A  iK     ...  V. • : v    i ; •    i„  {>;■■ •>..:.■ ..............,k¡\:  *.«'!* t : ' : ioiM h • i: >.     : i .  S' , •    t...m iniiili:;. jf.1,.1-:   1 Mj'-viii iuh VI«»j • >4- i oui-' 11    I'! 1JÍ .tK'K'Uit'i,’ >' M< IVlirt.O  o-'i I'll.; Mij    ’epie.M-nu»  i .i- .Sc! : !<■ 70B Ha:.v'. x/!  ! ! i .*n.iii:.vsKni-i piivii’. I ■' Î **  * ir; 'hf  LubbocK Count v f , »tc 1 s  i Lubbock Lotiniv • o j Precinct » ' *r*  !! -‘v  Stanford Nantcd To .Judsie's Bench  lu:i. V. Fagi 50. C'o.uimi  Plea.M:  I ■ \ \  >:n.  Crothy County t first Sale Of Cotton Ginned Saturday  RALL8 Aug 2*. > ¡« Orosby county first bui< • >i' it we* ginned here toda\  W M. Price ol thr Can. h V <1 * it*. COnununlty gathered Ui, aitmu from 13 acrea and the bait ginned at the Canyon Vallr\ ^in Aiighcu 40^ pound*  H. T Reed ol Rail.- bougid iiic bale (or 13 centb a pound and mi.'”> Marjorie Loflin boticiird prriuutm»> which totaled $16%  The bale wa* «ailin than laat year’» first,  Two Shallowater Men Hurt  In Car Collision Saturday  T\M’ S*i,t:''.i'*    tijrn Wf 11 'Ii -  'uri'ii .• j ,,i u s,\ '.-mri\ Sm!.uioa> :*l-tn •*_*! a:t-: <*».’i 'u.-.i.fd to W 11 \;,, ‘ !( .i.spjtjt! for *.f»;a'nient :-tH-i ' vc *i, ,*fiji.»riji«-.- iki-j# in •'■f.di.sion it' >. i , > .r < ■  t o M-t! i io .>ullvic>; .» 'amm h >!. >.*n r, .»i.d interna 1  nimilet- anu : ,    Huv >nu: id Mh'i >y .* .i-i  tl   ' ■! !' ! Ol.. II !ld Othr.’ !I i !;„! ii..- U !li‘|,  tn- Man ni,i.tiirn- ia.» ‘,r rui. k  x  i-ui,', • c ,!•!.» rt'iU.>mi.ibil« a* ii o ( >!,’ .1    Ol! a SUrei  I f >i i uiuhticn* «»i>paiviii,lv wc-m ¡c.,)    !a'< Vi thr night  t>aid ' «oi.i'in ui-o >ald. however v .<• ■> O n aii! b. rr^uirro lor ot. ! tin ^ »ii. 'hi m  ■ I C K<-. i: «'i 'HciiifM / ui ini ,ta'e  higliiv,iv patrvii and Jack Reaver Ol th<r f,am<’ agency mveitigaUd the cia.-'h Ki-Mn ^ai(| no chargta had hrrn nlro but tha* mveMigk-tlon «mild tw' lOntinueu  Htte s One ilutiiage 1 hat Is (ertimi lo Bi Coloitul One  I limit » (i.i In  'A .ilari.  o iW  ' l^rn Uj    !U Co.UaUi t, Fita*e-  H UNk. NO It l.t ID  \ >. vU' ;. > ... ,v « *a h, f*  H  toi 1 ': ■ i;> ^".npji.t-.-    htbu-  Iht'To b> I in ,\:nu!i;l;i vtT-ifiuOe gi'.e HI i - k na I < ini \iiie to Cole % 3 Utiti Col* i*. ir'i'ing ounty  11 ‘.-a.'Ui ( i.  IKFYO  ^A*«l*úcht«Jour$Aj   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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