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   Lubbock Sunday Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - August 30, 1924, Lubbock, Texas                                 LISTEN TO  CLOTHIERS SPORTS BROADCAST KFYO  5:45 AND 7:15  'FTRSTIn Lubbock-fmSTOn The South Plains’  Sunday Avalanche-J ournal  VOL. 10, NO. 52  34 PAGES TODAY  LUBBOCK, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 1936  ™ MEANS “ASSOCIATED PRESS”  Price  5  Cents  Latest New* Report.  Printed At 3 A. M.  Negro Boy Admits Attacking Woman  War’s End Is Seen By Insurgents ♦ ♦ *  Plans For Spain < Future Given By Two Generals * * * fMTOR* NOT» H*K#m * r* f hr r fH* Pirli    «f th? U*«rtk  h»» V-*fi mitt» III# *y»«nUft n h r    Mflf# I'.f AQ|«M  «t*f'  r+p+r\*    lrte**i#*% m  (*»r> f »lit»# M*lt »*4 <**«■> M»| (    ! r*f?)rr • 4* r*  )f  iH  ‘b *  th +  Spa :r  Ca  «I ÌV.K  ".Ä*  rr*' -WO’.  xht  n *  ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦  Many Wounded When Rebel Plane Bombs Madrid  No' • erv  p 'or * M  Hi robkrt b imrkkk. jr  It MTU RF.BK1 ARMY *» Spain An* 2f* Two tci.rrw'• of the Fs^riv. rri*' hi*h err  !r*lax    !.'.:*• ('V-Tf«; « r '  i*r "«outdr ' *»-• -■ er>  ! ot ( then *hen *»-o'er    •>  e!.» frmrrph pisred i,r>ner  emmer ‘  ■Dr- •• fx.  "'A' :*r-' •• '  *    * I r  lí>rv» % Plftitx-tir  You ir.*v ’.*■ .»vir» ths* e* t.hf Spa:'.’. 4 '.’' p*trti*t>  *->»ve recorç-jere-d Spain t*j# fins’ -v > .'<->■ W  4  ' twite Q • Ho« : s  *    *♦ ;*«’ '  A B'  r Mol* ■  ¡ong It h»* ^r.)v ’(«.«ted H hu her*as# « large P«?*> oí the ¡npulat son in government terri*ory ?» ignorant of th* m! situatir'r.  Q "What piar.* h»^f ' .'u *.~t <he fin Bpar*h j:»v* '  <rm To R*«a.tn P#«n A -CaJaaJieüasi '8p»m »ill be pwtnwd ít> » fashion whir h «îH make H tmpowibie for power ever fcfmfr. to fa!! Into the hand» oí dirty potlWrian* freemasons Je»* *»d »añilar p»«*îU* cm human ancietv q Do you behebe the prew»m lìllfttry deadioeit rouîd requît ’r spinua« spam tmo iwpiT!  A <8? Cabanelles b» atase»! utel? împotrfbî* The whoà» country »îi- jotn ovr me red enter* prtae m *oor. u *e »re • na»w ï~+* fnm MsnrtsA trjrmnnj  ftpti M*4rM » f*n  Q **Whar. «Se t«j expert the !•!’. oí Madrid ten fteb*JM¿»n '  A ítoy Moi** A soldier tíoesn t ui« io m»>> propfeecie» but ! ran prttflrt Cb* tell of â*n Rebanar »!-ftam iBxmedteteljr The 1*»ì par of tha fttve on M*tírtd ih* final  rr«reiJ tnto t/ie capita! i?*e'.f~w:i! btc» when the mi* wound tre rt’v ta eoíBptet*'! tyy the wedg*- of •* !■ ’*•  •    rebtl> arm»», drner between B»r-edmi and Madr.d and wher. -ir MOttMTT! înrte* h^e înt-o poMM'/tv e«T—pond ili# Vi V o' *h*> nor” • •m «rmJe»  Q “Ho»- tU'-n*- *■>    '>*  iwfmmen * t T'sr, - '*  A Mrwif» C«*npaiM K    Mola You > »’.n-/ •  them troopi m*mv it. a uron» rompany of ordinary criminal.-■ a;--arrhlau commumaU    *i <  •    omen Th*n are a*#’.*t»^ '> '"1 -  « l’uro Ha«e S Colunui 8 I*le**e)  That «CKiìd  Ruth Oiatterton’s Flier« Start Race  botiBvnxjr. kv a .«    -  nitro-'*0 o! the nation i o*it>Uivd-trif ptlrfi.i - iuding t«-i.    ar-  rt^ed a* B"»n »n f!**!d at 5 p m. today )?. ■ '.*■ o >;j th«- Ruth f'^iatter^i!    p!!oti air  rare, CSe-.»i»j ,<> ]/, f  Atigr'e» To»)Jf>.'. ’*» "•<! '»•'-Unt.» *t-re meat* at o an.’ *■’    h'. the  Junior board "■»dr The irritt. f.*-t* a* U»bv a stronf hwMl <,*i. >!.»• i'ir'.riand-Cincinnati lap Mi. 4  ct.*u*ium, i tage and movie actr*-v wtw/ do* nated the trophv lui >ht fiyt:’ arrived at the Cincinnati a!! !,i  tune to accom|>*n> the njiiirunu to LoulftvliU after Ijt ni»’ tor* *<; doan near Owen»vi!lt o <iu» »*) a chortafe of lue)  IÌm* racers will l«-ave l/yi4it,ville fttjndav with overnight Hop* wiie-dule/l in Hot Sprlngi) Dalla* El Pat«- Turtion and San Diego Four more plane» are expected to join U»e flight a! Dailas, the winner at the technical rnri ot the race at San Dte#o ¡»-adì Uu others in a muli fiinh* to tt»e National Air race# at Iam AngHfv Bepternber 4 »4» 7  t ANUIDATt NAMfcll ST PAUL Aujf ‘¿» uV f,’on-greaiinan Erneia    Mu.nzx,-  S^l*, waa named tonight b> the farmcr-LAbor party siati central committae ^ it» cm adula tr lor UiUtad 0t«tes MMmUjr to go on the November eiecUon ballot in place oi the laU Qov. floyd M Olimi.  Populace Runs In Terror To Hiding Plates  r  Hundreds Of Windows Smashed Bjr Concussions And Other Damage Reported; Government Planes Patrol Sky  Debris In Streets  As Calm Restored First Soviet Ambassador To Spain Hands Credentials To President: Pence Lectures Heard  mi APR It) Aug it» - Main ';c. if 1 «oMided in Madrid toniKht after a rebel airplane had bombed e r\ proj>er for the (lr>t (Unr Tlie mm-b»>r of rahualüe- tonight not estimated bv go\ern-n-erv off:r!H> who naid physical damage '■>' *he ejty had been only »Ugh»  Hundred- 1 ' uf wtndo».*--including one m the Associated Press bureau --were shattered as the detonations »hocik fte\era! tmportant government butlrting>  First "Hit*" Of Campaign TT.<* rebel airmen had conducted I ra’.c.*- in the victnltv of Madrid three Ume* previou^h but todays bombardment. *-»* the first in I which had acruall' exp!c»de<l on i Madrid «reeu  ¡ Another rebel oiane flew, fir*.t over i the cliv at a tremerdou.* height, then poised and dived I It fia’tened ou (  of tu po*er dive : wfven but a few hundred feet, up I arid !oe*#d it* cargo of projectile« Popa tace Terri fed I S*roller« on Madrid's street* fled I in confusion for underground ,«hel-; ter a*> ’he bombs exploded ¡r the | garden of the war ministry I Oapi-’.g hr.><, »ere nppert ¡n the ! ground and '»;ndow>. In the Bar.V-j of Sfjain. ?he poetofflce and other ' building* »ere shattered | Owem merit plane.« lmme<i¡at».¡\ M?are<l -jp to challenge the ing plane *hirh sped to M»fet>  Tí¡e jrcverument planes. n.s if ex -P~r':ng m other air raid, circled the m -i *rtR tonight on the  'Turr Ui f‘*g* 8, Column 5, Pie«»»-)  Capital Pays Dern Tribute  Secretary Of War Eulogised As A True American In Brief Funeral Rites Conducted In Capital Saturday  I* 1 . r At,.,rl«I*f1 ftr .  WAHHINOTON Aug 3» A black -ahromlefi h(^cinl train bore thf b<jí1> of Hr< iet»ry of War George H Dern homeward to Ulah Umlglil after funeral »^rvice* in which high official« of many land»- heard him eulogtjead a* a true Amerli an Army offlrar», their .*J»ber^ sheuih-ed in crepe, joined Mrt Kranklln D Hoo*evelt. th# cabinet and foreign diplomat*. In the c«pluU farewell ISrtcl AMnn filven In Mount Ptauant Congregntmn at (hurch whare th« war chief worfrhlpjird they listener with l>owed hcaiU- to the brief addreaa of hla paa* tor the Reverend RuaaeM J Cllnchy Hi* «tature, hlk outlook up«i life, and hi^ contribution to the welfare of maniand made up that type of manhooo which U> America at her pe&t rbii) the minuter Ouuide the church a company of intantrv and tht army band atood at attention and four army scout car; a recognition of progresa made in mechanizing the army during hi. administration—led the proces-atoa from the church to the union btation. A 19'gun salute wa« sound* ed there  Prealdent Roosevelt and oihei o!•  1    iciala now touring the we»tarn drouth area will Join the group at Halt Lake City for funeral aervlcas in the Mormon Tabernacle there Tuesday aftarnoon and military and Maaonlc burial rite« at Mount Olivet cemetery  Two Aged Elect ra #«» F§et Clurgei 0Í CrimM Atiaalt  EhECTRA Aug 29    Two  Elect ra men whose age* are 73 and  02    were charged Uxlay with criminal aasault on girls 10 and 18 years old. They were taken to Wichita PalU> and jailed  They are L B Lane 73, cafe owner, and J M Darter, 6a, a locksmith  Earlier thb week offiqerb charged Oaorge Usr. HO. a WPA worker, with ac*ault on a 10>ytar«oid girl.  Control Of Prod uction Branded “Indefensible” By U.S. C.C. Statement  Firm Stand To “Imposition Of < Int!ustr\ M  Also Taken Bv Oilm  »on  \\   l!  I  t'H K  '  !  I t; il 1 ¡ ! > ! ti  i> I '<i V-v»-n'et| PrffH  •VSIIlNdTON, Aug 29. — In a broad 'statement, nf policies,'' Chsimber of Commerce of the r, Htjitef, tonight branded a* «unitile am federal control ».-im tinti but urged that in-i l • permitted to make agree-’r, k»-cp production related •I' i|l'l|»t urn  ■ ! I- il. (¡eclHrati f >n ol princi*  ! nf; heen approved bv It* mem* iiM/tln« ol 1 400 business M'it.u«. with an enrollment of riifinb>r^ the chamber also firm .‘»and in opposition to mop iif code* upon Industry (¡mini/.trattve or executive  i 'i < :    i.mental code*, the  ■ip  cham’if ; of Ulr  them-  r, i ’ <  tiariied -, authf'ri" these ri¡ ■ ficatmij  to indi' ■ • A’ coniti tl- * ^ . • appro. < ' uniu He  t/Jtirl' •'.<  regüis’  cotid 1 .’ i'.:.. tribii'.or. abl*' - rei,'  Production Records Goal 01 Soviet Labor Monday In First Anniversary Of Famous Stakhanovito Movement  if . *■ A ■ • • •- ?: »'r**- . i  MOSCOW, Auk 2» -Soviet workmen tonight prepHred to forego their das i>! re*.i in ord**’ to gear their machitief. and !nthe-, ror an on* i-ia’itfh? on proatictjor;  r ecords to cel* ebr.re ?Jie first annr.ersar>' of th® .StsKhanovlte movernen*. Aug. 31.  Already mned t<> a high emotional pM h b\ organteed propaganda and newspaper campaigne. the ssplrlnf ar.d perspiring workers tonight viewed amazing new production records established tv follower» <>' the m r >'. ement  Labor FeaU Cited  P -A-a* announced that  A i-n*i nuner named Ochkovsky had mined 37 Mm**.- Uic normal amounv earning 406 ruble?  A "'irker laid 2 030 hrirk* :i, one  da v  Anol/ier lasted 4 !SO pair? o! .-hoe’s in a day  Driiiad'^ oi fPlicr’i en «t Kam-ihatfca voweo to ratch at least. 1.» •S00 tot» of fish Oi) th* dav r>' rde-  brat ion.  Dramatise» Nationwide Campaign  The Stakhanovlte movement c.-h-matlz**s the nationwide campaign to increii.e production. It is to the sec-one S->ear plan what 111*- famous slogan "five j-ear.s «ork tn four ‘ whj to th*- first 5-vear plan  Alcxi .Stakhanoff, an unknown Aorker In.M year in the central Ir-mlno coal mine In the Don Bhmh b the hero of the movement whnh ha» todav enlisted million." ot !*•!-formers On August 31 last he turned In a pai Ocularly brilliant day *, output ol coal  Become National Idol  Without delay he taken up bv the ptess and be. a me * national idol fitrtllh summoned him to the Kremlin and amidst a very fury of ptess enthusiasm conferred upon hint the nation r hlgliebt honor, the Order of | enin Qul> k to take the cue,  < l'urn b> i*»iie *. Column 8, Pleas*)  Wichita Falli Man It Fatally Injured When Cor Overtwrnt  WIl llI I A KALlii. Aug. 3®  Waltet 11 Jnnen an employe ot u foim.ii \ betr wa* fatally injured thuith aitei -i ..duck this afternoon whim iitr i «* overturned three times hi ti. •. a> 11avfiling from Wichita Kail    Henrietta. The accl*  ueni uniuM atMiut five miles aast ot hi-ri  Hi dir-i < i n tiiii'tured skull about on. him! of''-' the wrack  uttiiri    the car overturned  ap|)rtiinii aitei it had swerved to thi 11 H I. oiid then in the opposite  direct ion  Tuo tn►.>•«•** lining in the car with .June.- .* err taken to the county Jail  Fred Mohan Denies Knomloigo  Of Butler Extortion Attempt  cisco Aug 28 t^e- Frad Mahan, charged witn attempted extortion from Hainuel Butler, wealthy oil man and brother of Gen. Smsdlay D Butler Hi an interview tonight denied any knowledge of tha crime.  Mahan, an ex-convict, was ac-cused by federal agents at Abilene of attempting to extort $3,000 from Butler by threatening to harm his children  Gladewater Mon It KUloi 1«  Automobile Acadoni Sotorioy  MINEOLA. Aug 3«. (/p) — John HU) Parker, 46, of Oladswater. was  11u>ia1111y killed near here late this afternoon when the car In which he wa« driving alone swerved from the road and overturned.  Parker, whose home was In Hall«* vllle, was employed by a pipeline company a« Oladewater. Funeral servlm will be held at HaUtvi)|g tomorro» afternoon  Final Tribute Paid To‘Dick’ Smith In ( itv  Civic And Business Leaders Gather On Two Occasions Saturday To Pay Respects To Victim Of Accident  My! What A Glassy Stare You Have!  1  Funeral In Waco  Funeral Services To Be Held In Waco This Afternoon At 5 0’Clock; Brief Rites Are Conducted Last Night  Civic and ¡vi^ires*. >«1^-. bock stunned nv a •■¡d.di” • •'.r among rhej- rank • *at}-er»d >' '  x  ■ r.rc^sicns h**re ft«rurdH ’i \r< .vpecr.v *o the memo»".  r -i R  r  ’..r. Smith 46 Those -ati. • :>:iri" m a httfhwav rni.shat.  »50 m!le> wesr of P»rt,*  Funerai ser-ccv v.    *  b O clock .nfe>—or-»- ••    •  'he Wiikirson-H.rrr ' ;r.e»-i "rape Dr J VI Da - » '''••■ ’V ■».••• •.«.‘.ter ' to '•ond'jcr. ;    B i  will be m the r,, \  ;r - t   Confessi 011 To Attackiiiven  (hi ^aìur<lav  Fnrl <Vorth AnH    f, ounfv  Offi •'f'rv Arresi ! «rj In Fem-plf-- Trtpri Kill But  Krifr [no  To Fare ( har^es  ì outh Sav 5 Hp  r r|pfj To (JougC vVomar. trh } f • A'imit.t Attarl<tnf Hpr F;vr fi-ni'r. Near Ff-n! iiomc  Brief servire Here  The bon-, >? ni?ht n : 0 n . . .* er vices at the " At 9 15 last r.v friend* ot Mr ■h.apel of Rix t • • T ark M. Lewts. dh D’, terîan church •asfe* of -icr’.pt. men;orlal «ser. 1  tee brief ntes. mid r fceeptr.g with -eq - .. clossest and deare-. Many who a'*eno to rh* rai.’ A-i -fu* and '!*ree rr'ei  the 'V  ■ ran -v.rK i* ml ■ ir.t '.  TV P *•  Dr  a • v pra-. .e  J_e'»‘»> ieri* T -.- rr..tde v ii.se ’ 'o the debased ■r ’iie ser-dce -ci*!:!  ** X":' •• TOC "'iiHrf:e': -rr rail'.  Recent Rains, Valued Ai \\ Nickel A Drop' Have Cut Relief Jobs De mand  Demo Leaders Plan Rousin"  c.  State Session  :  1  H'lt i m  !  K:;ru-H;trv  I-  H. ii ')-  ’o a *re  dîter"-.'V3P T’''**'    ^ 3  ('»ecrv»* ç Ber;:-. • i ■: M i H Gather Kunerai Home  A".,'.  b'.C!’  th:*  HI' -' ' ■ -.-V ! r K-' PT".-'. ’ :’.  ilueo W-.r^ t’roii iror Hair    Hon  ----------I big!; i , -v - ■  National Party Campaign To,  0 srr  Be Given Sendoff: Miller Plans To Raise $250.000 For Campaign War Chest    .  ----------w<  tin. tri .riiMii‘. I >.|i(tltloo  ' ' c ' ■! ’ .-r:- 'aid  p..I*, .1    >0 i: -1-  ill*  -1 • ■ Í H •  Detu: '         • ■I u    ' .irmi::    \ L'fc'7    !N A; IK ’ft    •>          t ■;-< * ;    ’t*r» i: :    i; tht    !»•:» -.it-    ■'.uiiv au:    : • n    s r îvr :      ; ■:    Mill    ■ fster-    nn .' r.ai    paru- "ampa    .urn <»    ‘OU.-      v>r: ” M     *Tl:i    •: unni    ser'-n*f    it the ';»?(!/    on ve    MViV *      t;' 40i .*    'i jn    ? clock.    For W-    irtr. Sept               A *     ,Tn 1  ,■    ’rtbute    '.f'.i.f    otilar: An:        ; ; t ' » ! : -      ^ * ■        e'h E.    vent ' it:    •iroK.'am    '.'•fl '    : -X'HTV.          ..    Rotary    (j* f*r ’ ■>    , 'Ia-- R/c. *•'    ile? i    ' ‘■»''pu'-                  Chr" •.    ■!ir*-c*or o: c        * ■)!' : ne      ' ; h : r .i. \ ’    :<:cp    Friday    financt    a. ieri ,t    ■t '.HK    »!      * *.> . * h    .- . ..    ■••• more    ■ Ron-.»" '•    ! . I ,i f ! i r Î  r  -        iïïHWti*' T       ----—            comm:’    t-f -i r •: c    ih’          -1 Cciw.        Pleu-ûC )    f o    >eek f it ftai*.    r         Gtiebbels Arrives For Italian Talks!  Legionnaires  r  In State Meet  VhS’CT !’. Pan: i et>» i liugit" :  plan.    i' ^ 1   l>in. vepre *•»!  Hi- a-- .H -unitevi \ < •' *---i  bulb iK-i • ' ( • At th-fontirm .iì that I”\ Reich- !’r '•  1   mam ir- -.  I' !>  He.'  ■ .'m r>c i^a'-Ja. iAa> no  !eOort <-!t '> tier-  Militory ( ampatiin Dwarfing All P mtou» Offensives Of Japan Is Seen Bv Egg Signs  TEX Ah K -, Bur ho n ! today t> • times ti\ ing a i"  ¡  -“It me • : tary carni” « previous Bur¡>on sunflown República) .  A vear arkana cbi ». when hii> h-•Cgä Threi ■ started hi*> i  i i'i V John n displayed f i at ntfferent ' ' ■ ea?h bear*  lit.  - ■!' in »io a mlll-'ai! 1  (iwart all  hi ^Hld  . -.lmtlaritv to i .ta mean a  i". Heitle.'., Tex-i pK-dicted war ’orpHdo-iihaped lini Mu**ollnl .'i campaign.  Beaumont Is Scene Saturday Of Foolishness As 40 And S Convene«: Convention Is To Opeo This Morning  Am  BEAU Mt>N'  v  Leg lorn in;’*-, thronged v ;-to open tf ■ . . tion torn"! "' >  Today ■ ■ -< opening o'  Forty and t «' took over oi■< ■ the court r'«.;  Bean *> cour;  1 1  held its bu.-.’ -'• noon a ci'*>' •* m«.;i "wreck oi    -n :  topped Its    .: yrn'n -a  dance  Officer \ddi session  rn_nu ,,taU: i. o -»•aoV • Ut»-». <'i>n'.*:n-..»n  ’ -1 r.ueu ' ne ■nee' o’. '!-* n hrurmnj-.h Hill hf.tf-t;!,., a.'’ f ’ j cJ k * Htoy ' a.':i. KiK?tl. 'hi.* i ' ' e i . ■i    md  The main aci;-*.. <■: meeting wah n.i i- t.  1  berly, of Ne'A O: tional 40 and a ot*’< • i convention Posts from A. > ■ gelo are among ' strong bid lor the um The first group to • ftcerfc wa* the bign' women s auxiliary to  ■ re. bu.- ¡i i-.,-. : m .• C O'.--'.inkiii B ’ *i-'■'•itiding 'he  id öau Ai. makuiK a ■ on wfnt jon. mv: .sta»».- ol * • nu Forty, hr Korn ana  (Tum to Page I, Column 5, Please.  Charges Of Faking Photographs Of Skull In Drouth Area Draw Answer  W  i8, li,. -V  AfiHINt 11 ( •’.    ’¿9  Referm . n, .,■*■ ot the same bleact.t u    oi a iteei  In three nit'en-i,' ptu.iograpii* depleting nioi.i!. aamagt 1 . a spokesmtin im ib- He.-ettlenient admiliLstiHni.i:    explained  the three \ieu a. 1  Aen taken fftthtn ten feei “Published .tp;.iu indicated that a Rescti ¡t nn i.i pn..tograph jiad carried tin ,nin .hull all Over the drouth ^le.i to stage , photographs -anl KI mii lock* Vactlnp chlet oi tl). N. a Deal W'V pilot'-. |il ‘II’ t-toil  lBui liiat i* liui nut  One view on the skui! wa* taken on Alkali ground ana then the skull wa* moved about ten feet onto gras*y ground that shows m the first picture and rephotographed there.  I can t -see now that can be called a take We don t retouch our drouth ¡>ctne photograph*, or any other*, and there 1* no distortion of fucis ui caption lines used with them "  Ixicke i»aid the photographs were taken in Hennlngton count- South Dakota, In Ma. titie year.  V| 'Ilhff - si > |J»- < I H.  . .’ K Tex;,. ‘V ;l'rttlOn  nn My ron Hi.  : h’ i **'►•>,ut r.  ■u ‘rt\or H ou^to:l hnirn  , 1 'l!  Miner    n*  cunsificr i!' qilut,H. oi >l'-.o !-►.  Deniornini *. ; « :  Govern"! lock. Chrtir'll" :. ■ coinnuf'-e .! r ham O    * >i  porary  ,- oi '  1  -n;;oi keynote.  The <u\> r ;iit H.?-, 4ic invention ;,.ioo;n..' '.oi.no .ipp'" ne'AH ■ ne !. - r • ’ate oil which >->.p.!»-- ¡i - ’ fi.- .uni -i¡ii.,n ¡ I: make a :>t <»:• • .n • men' on •f-\!*:nt;j election -'■*    jo:r  No Kea.Mni 4-01 l)i<uippri>i»l "'T’hi-r»-    •-¡i.-.-.n ^ :  cotnp.i' he comm*-!  ty 'A r- ; ÜII  H» ..ii nr*-.*i ;. '*■.  Wdl Nc  \ni  \V  ra<  Hr.:  Rains Ka!l ()v**r Nonh Plains Area  VVf -ih  re<j i.  •|I*..«! .• :« Kn. *> t : : !;on •! a ' 1 11 e.- ini. ini’. ino 'leen Uitii I nie.» n  -is¡t\ ol TeArf. ot. .-.* ootain natu, on -ah. n  re< oniiiii*n(.#i .om. tor changes ihk.îi * Turn '*j Hag» 8, Column V. Pleat* »  Tropical Storm Hold Attention  •*AC KHONVlLLis h s \ i*, '.’il. -V - Two tropical ii.rnu ?i**i<ì ’in weat11•-i bureau .* i»;untj(»ii '/»night, bui so >h: nrIthc; .«ftered an ini -media’* ’iire.m o: am^ei to any pext o! ’he. United .State:.  Otit dutiirb.incc a^i ri Mn Gu.f of Mule, *);<• oihei vw. tn ?ik South Atlan’H ocean Both .-.torni Aere repor t»*o mo*. uig in a we.nt nor'h'Aes 1  >r nortnwet.t direction  The Nei* Or»eam, ueatiier bureau office at 'i 'io p. m e&f,u*rn standard 'ime said the Gull f.tortn l'eiitra' a? V p ni About IrtO to Hs milec northea.-t ol Vera Cruz, Mexico.  Temple School Suporintendent Wins In His Injunction Suit  ThMPLL Aug. 39. - School Superintendent L C Procter won today densa! oj a motion to dissolve an injunction which restrains the city commission and school board from replacing him Attorneyt. for the city saio the;, woulu appeal In ruluig in Procters favor. Judge F*ew Brews».er retogiiizrd validity ol a three-year contract given Plotter in March by Mu tormer V,hoo. 1  boaro Ihr ’!»•, corn'i.i&sion  »ougiit u> mi the aeroettt&i sud*.  Theit Musi Half He eri Sonn Of Those Republican* Still Vacationing 4t hstn f'nrk  H b  •\r->-i a. Fh,    e  A finn.  F.i '?.*, <j(ts    ' rcne^  In I'^ Hout Pei tod  KO r  Th* '  It H Iri|K  Disabled W nr Veter un iaceb Intoxicated Dtamg Charge^  Oll.MKH -• » '•    '- -r.i..;  t|( H tl’ n p ,-    ' , * Ï .. ... j  -I    S:.    ¡, :  I .l.t|     ;     .. ’ :. ¡  inciti if« -. ; ' -, .- ,. ! i ; 11 ... -New. < i| .»;• , : i-.i ;. • i.,  Coun: V  1  ■ rn*- -  M  1  - * it- a ..j  hf A ¡ I!, I ; ,1 ! . ’If. ,; ■ , ’ .e • .. ■ l ■ I H  ii ran'. ■ ur-- i>* n- ' , '! ‘¡nn<;L ■aas irt.ii i* ¡: •%. n    * ¡u  ; ,ro-  •ecu'ion m¡i'nt: »-,  '¡eu: h   r u, tiri    , H.iitn  $i -.o..  Meli ail*gi c Holán a curb «ma ' r.i.lieu agam.t % church waii :i.;u. ting lata! injurie;-  Record Jail Sentence« And Htaiy hnes Being Imposed  ! psoi :  ! ' i . .I,¡/ ..T  'hi "ill t r t -j. i  Him, i; MU' irti*  .■porten  from h reten  . ". - 1, Bl u>. ¡ V. <*J(, 4 i>ri . : n v|t-¡ phi-. Hall ¿-(.Hitjt,’ i ■' i'. '.."i.' n ■ 11 Mil aun 'W ‘t 'hi t¡i-ni.ence:, •'■<-’ ni dei t hr iiquor act.  Increased Revenue From Texat Cos Taxes Pay For Centennial  WASHING'I Oil Aug !W i I In commerce department re|¿orled today Uicreasfd re.emit 'mm Te.xa,* gasoline taxei, thj-. \eai 'iini hfen sgMfcjem 'o <o-t ;f  'hi ■ .»m ol 'ne staii * |ia>i,]. ipii'iun tn CenteruuaJ ceiobrfttioos.  'St  \\ h’jh ' n X A.-i i J »i > i v cloudy, piobiin¡ ho'At r. in Rio «irande '*nn v ••Sunda." and Monda;,, warm* ei ui »he Panhandle.  NEW MEXICO Prouabi} oc* ca.*tona)  1  hunderr.toriii; Sunday and Mond« "arniet north and ea/jt OorUon bund«;,.   

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