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Big Spring Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 27, 1930, Big Spring, Texas A Brady stood Over wounded girl knife in hand�?�6ig up run q vol. 2�?no. 206 six pages today big Spring Texas monday evening january 27, 1930 associated press leased wire Apia. T. To improve Airport area scout convention will Convene Here if of Gas line construction to Home town talk by Beddy Gratifying wore the announcements made to us this morning by oui old Friend Jerry hat shill who now is operations manager of the Southern All to report system. Jerry flew out from Dalian Sun Day in a Challinger Hoblyn Mono Platte a Cabin Job with air cooled 170-hoi sep Ower motor which will replace the j-6 travel air recently brought Here by Challas Smoot Jim Al Airport my huge i Foi s. A t the new monoplane will be kept Hep permanently Fen Gene a comme Cia purposes. Not Only that. Jeny announced Complete Tadio equipment for a oct casting and receiving weath it i Aport and Foi handling Passen-1 4 r i Enerva ions will be installed at the local port immediately. It will be the Only Airport in this Section thus equipped. Just As it Wattle first completely lighted air port in wast Texas machinery unloaded for work haste being shown in preparations for More Hue Christmas Seal proceeds Here provide milk for Iso children found suffering for Lack of it the big idea with s a. T. Now Jetry san la to provide service at the big Spring port which you perhaps know is under lease to 8. A t that will make of it a the vol it a stopping place for fliers Stic facilities Are Here and if Sci vice is provided and Jeny assures us it will be the traffic will come her e. Since the fares Weie Cut to bus rents pet mile traffic Over 8 a t lines a grown to men doubly. Mat shall reported. By hip aug a until now lagged far behind in number of passengers boarding the him i Here now it is using its quota of reset nations. Spring is. You know the division Point on the 8. A. T. Line below in Dollar and Elpaso. When the daily trip Are started from Dallus and Elpaso by the big Fok Ker Universal monoplane the local port is informed of the num bet of passengers aboard and the numb i of reservations available then if Abilene Midland Sweet water or Othet towns aking the route have passenger they must obtain the reservations from big uplift. Jerry Marshall is s shining example of the things a Young Man May accomplish nowadays in aviation. A native of the Middle West he Early betaine interested in Fly my. Attended the Kelly Field army school where he was a class mate of Charlie Linda High and began that Long la orsome but highly valuable period in most experienced fliers careers barnstorming. With Webb Huff. Rader. Ike 8ewell and others he organized the University flying school at Austin and during University of Texas sessions taught other Young men to Fly. Each summer they took s couple of ships on Long barnstorm ing Tours Over Mony states. The writer s first a Loop Quot in an Airship was due to Jerry a sense of humor. Starting an innocent sort of Short journey Over the City of Abilene a even a1 years ago with the sporting scribe. Piety Anderson As fellow passenger in one of Jerry s old time Lincoln Standard. The Pilot decided to have borne fun and had it doing a couple of loops right Over the Middle of the City. I Triangle club mrs. E. M. Lifts will be hostess to the Triangle Bridge club at 3 of clock wednesday afternoon in Ber Home at 1201 Wood Street. All machinery for construction of a 37-mile, eight Inch Gas line from big Spring to the South Plains pipe line company a trunk line in Martin county is being unloaded in this City and e. R. Hodges superintendent for f. G. Hoffman amp company of Dallas reported actual work of the line will tuesday morning. Too men eighty to too men will be employed on the Job when the work is in full swing or. Rodgers said before ditches can be dug and actual laying of the line started j work of Clearing the Way Between big Spring and the Point a of interjecting the trunk Carnet must be done. A sufficient welding equipment to accommodate 15 welded is being brought to big but ing along with a air compressors two pitchers trac tors and hundreds of hand tools. If possible or Rogers expects to headquarter it big Spring until the first to or 12 mile of the line i i is completed and then move to s i Camp about that distance from the i City and Complete Tho work with i out establishing another Camp. I the line is being constructed by the Consumers natural Gas and powder company which will Supply natural Gas leeches from the South Plains Pip. Lim company i to the big Spring Public service i company which is the distributing company within the City limits of i big Spring. Risks or. Rodgers explained it will not be necessary to Clear the it Nitro right of Way before Pip liners can j a few Miles of the i i tit of May will be cleared then Ditcher i will to be followed As rapidly As possible by welding Crews Lay 1 my the pipe when f g Hoffman and com 1 Pany w a swat lied contract nearly one week ago officials assured the 1 Consumers Nat it Al Gas Nad Power company that the line will be com a pie Ted within 30 Days. When a full Clew is at work Toto Thiee Miles of Tine will be com pitted daily although officials of the con Hunters natural Gas and Powei company and the big Spring pub i lie service company Are not pre j pared to state definitely the exact j amount of a it obtainable from South Purins pipe line company j they have assured Consumers of i this City that the Supply will be i sufficient to accommodate a Cit Many times larger than big i Spring Oil Cotton is District manager for both the Consumers Namuia Gas and Power company and Foi the big Spring Public service company. Beginning monday morning 150 under nou. Shed children of the City schools will be Given milk daily through Courtesy and efforts if the Howard county health a sedation. Money from Sale of tube Eulogia Christmas seals will be used in this cause according to miss Vei Bena Barnes chairman of the Seal Sale. The do vision to Ald underfed children and teach them the importance of drinking milk each Day is largely due to the efforts of local mothers who have been interested in this health Toj Eoj for a number of years. The will be banded into a c Lub called a the mid morning milk snippets Quot and in addition to the nutritive value of the new idea these children will be Given incentive for forming a milk drinking habit. The Iso children have been be Lac Ted from among in the North Centi Al and Smith aids officials to address sessions annual election one of items set for consideration 4 photos used against official \ Andrews \ will build new Road connection to four cities favored by court testimony for state is started a aunt Lucia casts to rehearse tonight members of the glee club that will appear As a feature of a aunt Lucia Quot the show to be Stag d at High school auditorium thursday and Friday evening by the Paren teacher associations will meet at the auditorium at 7 of clock this evening for an important Rehe a flapper chorus Quot of men will report at 7 s0 p. In. The cast of the play a aunt will begin rehearsing at 8 p. In. Tonight1 work on the show is highly important the sponsors declare and everyone is urged to be present court room. Austin a fan. 87 Ltd it of. It Mcnaughton was the first wit be called by the state in the John w. Brady murder trial. M n Augh ton Trust fied Brady had Len with miss Alghi Hulth drinking on the night of the killing and that he heard a scream and rushed outside to find Brady standing Over the wounded girl a knife in his hand. Mcnaull Itomi said he in Luik . Jr., and miso High Smith had returned to the Mcnaughton apartment where Brady had to Een ejected earlier in the evening and found Brady there again. went into the House to Telephone heard a scream and ran outside where the girl Lay dying. Graham was there also he testified the three had returned to the apartment for a portable phonograph he said. They had Bren waiting at the Home of a mrs. Martin. Miss Ullig Smithl bed in the some House where the Man Augh tons list d. Or. Mcclanahan Quot to. C. Mcclan Hanl Wax with them he continued. Brady came to the apartment of himself and his wife that eve Ning he said. Miss highs with was there he went on and mrs. L j. Nachtrab came in. Brady left the apartment around 1 to o Cli k that ii it. He Ai i Between about 8 of clock and 10, he added a we All sat around pro and con discussed and had a few Krifuks a # a under what circumstances did judge Brady leave a Quot Well my wife put him Brady while this was going on was sitting with half closed eyes a took a drink of water. A my wife said Brady put his Muddy feet on the bed and Mcnaughton continued. He said he went Down stairs with Brady a emr. Graham a i Frank Grahamjr was there he said. Then he said a a we Graham miss High amp Mith himself. Mrs Mcnaughton and mrs. Nachtrab went to the Hou e of a in. Mar tin. Mcnaughton. Graham and miss Highst Nith came Bock to the Mcnaughton apartment to get a port Able phonograph. Brady was there again he Saki. I went in to phone and heard a Sci earn. I pushed outside and miss Highst Nith was laying on the a judge Brady was leaning Over her. I first grasped judge Brady who underwent a major operation and then i touched her and Felt monday morning in a local Hon blood. Pita is reported satisfactory act i leached up then and i think cording to reports from attending i said so thing to Graham who physicians. Miss Lingo came from i was stunt my new Yolk City to be under care Brooks showed him a knife of the family physician and is the about seven inches Long guest of her grandmother mrs a. Mcnaughton said that was the i m. Evans while Here. A knife or Quot one like Andrews county commissioners Agie it upon a Highway system that will connect the City of Andrews about seven Miles from the discovery Iii Well in that county with big Spring. Stanton Lamesa and Midland according to announcement made Heie monday by a l. Cook chairman of the Cham bet of Commerce Road committee which made a personal visit to Andrews county last Friday. Road construction wot a will in Andrews county during this week and will be rushed to completion As rapidly As possible commissioners of that county Promise. The main Highway will extend directly East from Andrews to Oaken a Community in the Eastern part of the county and will continue East to big 8pring. At fas Ken the Toad will Branch directly South to Midland. Other tributaries will Lead to Lamesa to the to rth in Dawson county and another Highway will Lead to Stanton if present plans Are completed. Andrews county will build the to id rom the City of Andrews to the Eastern county line and will build the Highway toward Midland within 14 Miles of the Southern a aunty line. Midland will provide funds to Cluse the 14 mile Gap. It was stated. Citizens of Andrews county feel that the new roads will by an influential Factor in bringing new business to then City and will help in Oil and farming development. Before Andrews county will be thoroughly satisfied with its Highway system a Western r id will be extended into the Eastern Section of new Mexico and to the Carlsbad Cavern Region. To i i i i for i with approximately 50 out of town men joining a Large number of local persons the annual business meeting of the Buffalo trails area Council boy scouts of America will Convene at the methodist Church Here at 4 p. In. Monday with Rev. W. M. Elliott of Colorado area president in charge assisted by a c. Williamson area executive and the local Council headed by b. Reagan. Visitors feature of the meeting will but a addresses by Chai u s n m ill a i. Assistant National Field director j and or. Fitch a tonal . Millet specializes in Council j organization administration an finance. Election of area officers for the coming year will be an item of business. At six p. In. Tuesday their will be a meeting of the executive Board of the area Council at which or. Fitch and or Millet will join executive Williamson in addition the annual banquet will be held beginning at 7 30 p in in the methodist Church reports received by the area executive indicate fully fifty men from other cities in the area will attend. Several group meetings will be held Between four and seven o clock among the cities in the area possessing local boy scout councilman Roby Snyder Sweetwater Colorado Midland Odessa Pecos Odonel Arthur f. Korun left. Cont roller of custom of the port of new York wealthy new Jersey and seeking reap Pointer it. Alleged by the anti i a Loon league of new Jene to have it bar in his Hunting Lodge at mount airy. N. J. Demands t liminal charges be i acts again melt he i Lares broke into hts Balu and took alleged pictures. Above to a picture alleged to he been taken through a Glaxo it door of the Hunting Lodge and is attache to an affidavit present Ltd to i is. Tre notify department. A a Bine it it nov the anti Injoon Isalgu. Protesting i Quot runs it on the omunds that he is personal we. I a. To Aho liar the Leone to a in the he do Koran de cans by i tin subject of a a political and religious Kunii also is one of the six official accused to the league of neglect of duty in handling the seizure of a a impinge the league a urge was shipped to Herbert i., Pratt int ii Man of the in Tard of the Standard Oil it of new York. Quot no violation us tin Taw was found at the Indue Quot tin anti Tsalo ii league Runa i admits. The weather a est Texas generally fair to night and tuesday i colder in extreme Southeast portion tonight fart Texas partly Cloudy to night and tuesday sum what tonight Light to moderate aria colder in South and East portion Hie winds on the roust mostly northerly. Glasscock to enter lower pay with dulling continuing below 2,-425 feet in a hard Grey Lime Glasscock Brothers expect to set Cui ing tuesday or wed a a d a around 2 432 feet before drilling into the lower pay in no i Edwards there is slight chowing of Oil now appearing with w ans enc Nuniez de Lorn 2.375 to 2,420 feet. The first hard Grey Lime tinned at 2.422 fret according to i. Str from the Well. No i Edwards i it located 1.850 feet from the East line and 330 feet from the South line of cation 18. Block 33, town hip 2 Outh. T a p. By. Co. Survey although definite detail Are lacking f. A e. Oil company is understood to have staked location for a test Well on the Cox lunch about Ane mile North of no i Edwards. It a been common gossip for several weeks that fun e Oil company is interested in the an a and that the of ionization has secured acreage in that Vicinity of Howard county. Peter Hansborough Bell hero of san Jacinto great Uncle of local woman to be re buried methodists entertain leagues 125 attend District gathering Here sunday the local methodist Church entertained member of the Sweetwater District of the he Worth league saturday evening and sunday when the quarterly meeting was entertained Here. To icy Roberts diet let Secretary w in in charge of the tension in thab ence of j. H Agee of Abt-it.-, e reference Secretary who called Back to Abilene Satus evening by the stint of his and in a in a Orth i give r induct hut �?�a1 up i joined special la it i Wei it held with Theta in charge of enlarge d miss Ada Lingo undergoes operation the condition of Miada Lingo Hyde e. Thomas sister succumbs or. And min Clydeth Oma Eft monday for Rankin called there by the death of mrs Katie sect est i. Thomas Sizer who parsed away at 8 o clock Munday to n my. In addition to or. And mrs Clyde Thomas or. And Mil it a lie Thomas and friends of the de ceased from this City will attend the funeral at to o clock tuesday morning. Is Day Wile. Hat Iii Day evening a. To a social meeting c the basement of the which Dei Gat und to league i.,i . I j sunday school sunday Moi Nim St i net 0 aking Cia sea a spa i Laer Mon to Young pee i pie was Piach by Rev. W. G Dilley pastel at the regular Mot Ning Sermon hour. Tin but i i i a a session and devotional sea i j Lions were conducted sunday of j j to Moon in addition to 8 legate.-, the Foi j lowing pastors Arete present j lev i j Mcfarland of Stanton Rev. Ilem it it Hail of Roscoe. Rev. M b a Norwood of rho to a. La u Gates from the Folio Wing neat by cities were entertained. Sweetwater Stanton. Colorado. Cum Mph. Kyd i Fluvanna. Bhutan a and met Gulley i a Busy legislature in session at i Auxin charged with the manifold duties of untangling a knotted j Penitentiary system and to Konoid i or the present rate of fees collect re by county officers will halt i to Moi artly wednesday to pay homage to Peter Hansborough Lei fourth govt nor of Texas and 1 his wife who will be reburied that Day in the Arlington of Texas after fitting ceremonies held in the j Repitor building. Governor Bellut one of Tbs out a Landing characters of Early Texas history. He distinguished himself in Tbs Battle of 8an Jacinto four i Days after he arrived in the Brazos country from his Home in Virginia which ii in it to ii it Ted in it mrs Shin Philips of big 8pring a grand Niece of gov Bell plans to i be one of that relatives attending final rites for teas fourth gov i hoi an t i wit at Austin. I Philip will be accompanied to Austin by in husband w to is i i moment in drug circles of this it ate if West bet permits. Governor Bell served Texas As j to chief executive two let nut. Lack lug 21 Days he was elected nov i mud defeating Thomas Wood for a Andje in t Mills third candid at. Govt nor Bell Lesl Ned his to i 21 Days before his second to expired to take his seat in ingress in ibis has belies while mrs. Phi tips Ever saw her Bluet pm gland relative so is i in Possession of Numen our bits of in lot in at Ion about his character and intimate pets Pality sketches w Hen Intel Vilt wed at bet Bosn i mini .tip., stepped to a Handy Scull table am from the drawer be i cured a picture of two dueling pistol which we a presented to gov., Heil by Gen. Sam Houston. The i pistols Are inlaid with Gold it ame hts and have been Belli in the Marshall announces new plans radio facilities will provided immediately plans designed to add service to excellent facilities at the local Airport were announced Here monday morning by Jerry Marshall operations manager of the Southern air transport system which operates the port. Complete radio broadcasting and receiving equipment re furnishing of the administration building re condition ing of the Landing area and designation of a Challinger Robin Cabin monoplane As a permanent part of local facilities Are items in the . Piaru for big Spring ail of which will be carried through at once. I prov Emrit uni very recently big Spring. Aith nigh divisions Headquarters for b. A. T has lagged far behind in Numtw-1 of passenger using the 8. A t plane on their Dally flights 1 Marshall said. However sine far were reduced to 5 1-2 cent per mile traffic has increased enormously Here and at All other Points on the ays tem. A theres no doubt about the Quality of facility available Here a Marshall said Quot the thing we have determined to do is to provide the sort of service Here for the Fly ing Public that will make More people want to i Marshall flew Herr sunday rom Dilia with slim Payne one of the regular Pilot on the line. Payne la assisting Marshall in Ai Range menu Foi the local improvements. A they came in a Quot hailing Robin monoplane a Cabin Model with 170-Horsejiower air cooled motor 1 which will he stationed Here at the disposal of the Public under a rectum of Cherie Smoot local Airport manager. A Complete inst Alia Ori of radio equipment will he placed at the port . It will be the Only equipment of its Type in this dec ton of the Tate with it weather report will be exchanged Between Rig Spring and Atlanta. Georgia. New Orleans Brownsville Dallas. Fort Worth and Elpaso. Aside from those cities this will be the Only Point on the system equipped of Quot to such service. Uwe rations that radio equipment also will be used to handle reservations for passengers. When the ships leave the Termini of the Dada Vej paso line each Day the ports there will radio the local port giving the number of passengers that May be accommodated in addition to those boarding the ships in those cities Abilene. Midland. Sweetwater and other stations on the lint will communicate with big Spring when they have Pas in Geis to determine whether they May be accommodated. The five i Nom administration building it the Field which has novel been completely furnished will to fitted with the last Type of furniture rugs draperies and Othet a signed in make it inviting to the Public. In is used not Only a an office and living quarters for the manage but also to House controls of the flew lighting equipment and a a waiting room and rest rooms. Payne and Marshall inspected the Landing Field itself and found continued on Page five i continued on Page 8

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