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Big Spring Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Big Spring, Texas Vol. 2 no. .-,29 eight pages today big Spring Texas monday evening june 23, 1930 associated press leased wire a Community picnic tonight testimony is concluded in Ira Mckee trial at Lamesa Home town talk by Beddy or. Smit Ham s announcement that the Jones Valley sewer Coiler 1 lion system will be the first started should meet with the thanks Rind appreciation of the residents of that part of town. As Well As the entire citizenship this sewer system i. A very great emergency measure but. Thank goofiness we can go head and make the improvements Pel manent. A Jones Valley was promised re we r service As quickly As it could be Given and that Promise is being carried out. It just occurs to us that some 2r, citizens of Rig Spring ought to a Xian inside track into the realm of the Bonehead club we allude to the Chautauqua a Iaac holders the know what we mean. Well be where haul Vicker and Ion More of the Midland boys hive been Down a Abilene talking t jul inc Ely about the of building a state Highway from Midland to Andrews Hobbs Lovington. Carlsbad yeah been tellin you All along we Are standing in a very danger on position relative to highways we re asleep at the Post. And not living to awake when we go to discuss our roads with the commission t or some other official some to Ody always gets argumentative my first thing you know the whole works is gummed. If there Stine thing in the world this town and this county ought to a u it is to get along with the Sta Highway commission and to Quot ride v the them they Aie anxious to go a a. As the Law allows them to go in aiding us to build roads what i hit e ran we ask ? oui i suggestion that allowing be Birle to take tight hand turns on Ted lights at Street intersections n get help traffic conditions has fit a w n the follow ing comment from the Abilene reporter Kim tit i App till St k the Rig Spring net Ald inquires if it would t be a Good thing to get nut righthand turns on red lights at certain Street Intel sections from the experience of cities which have tried the plan the answer is. It would anything that facilitates the movement of to of Fie that gets cats out of the Way of other cats and a it eed up the movement of Moto. Traffic is a Good thing. I Ndeki the right turn plan Chis get through the Intel sect Ion and make a Gie a Light at the next a Tri Section be furs the signals change under the old system the game cars would still he Waling Agami the red Light while Otlien t ars piled up behind them Many cities have a traffic system that slows up movement instead of facilitating it. Expert opinion Long ago swung around to the conviction that the prime object of All traffic control is to Speed up the movement of vehicles Rathel than be lard it. In every City there ate signal lights where none is needed ther. Sole effect is to slow up the move ment of traffic and cause conge.t on at focal Points no City should install a signal system without first making an intensive study of conditions we ate always learning something new about traffic. In the City of Abilene for instance the ironclad Rule Tor years was that car must swing out to the Middle of the intersection before turning left \ few weeks ago this Rule was hanged and cars were permitted to Start the left turn As soon As they entered the intersection. The new system is infinitely better Ami Nafrio than the old charge is prepared by court arguments to e n d tuesday impeach ment l ads courtroom. Lamesa june 23.�?closing both state and defense unexpectedly announced at 11 30 o clock this morning judge Gordon b. Mcguire of the 106th District court this afternoon was preparing his charge to the jury in the ease of the state of Texas is. Ira Mckee charged with murder. The stat used eleven witnesses and the defense one in rebuttal. Court intervenes a state attempt to impeach the testimony of defense witnesses failed when judg it Mcguire ruled that a he line of questioning could not he followed. Witnesses for the state Wdye a m Bennett chief Deputy sheriff of Dawson county Granville Wyatt Deputy mis Emma May Hail. Sta state witness and alleged companion of the accused on the fatal Tup g j. Wolf Ranger police of Fleer mrs. K l. Sherwood sister of the accused Gib Abernathy sheriff of Palo Pinto county j Wesley Smith sergeant of rangers. B l Parker. Of Donnail Deputy w Earl Young stat larger g h Denson Deputy hoi Iff of and d. S Bradford. Strawn Constable or Ida Cosby was the Only defense witness. Arguments in the Case May be started late Imlay or Early tuesday morning. Judge Mcguire indicated committee for treaty aviation a Royal pair announce birth of a son funeral held for father of Steve d. Ford funeral services were to be held monday morning at Lubbock for d a Ford. 71. Father of Steve d. Ford Well known big Spring business Man i Ford died Friday at 6 to a in at a Lubbock sanitarium following an ill of about three Washington june 23 Ltd it a tile Senate foreign relations committee today up proved the London naval treaty. By 16 to 4, the committee ordered it Lepo Teci to the Senate. Senators Johnson Republican j California and Shipstead. Farmer labor. Minnesota announced they would submit minority reports. The overwhelming Suppo. I for the treaty in the Comuni item was he j tiered to insure ratification of Tho j pact when it is taken up by the Senate in special session. Those voting against the Pac were Johnson. Shipstead Robinson of Indiana and Mosc. Of new Hamp Shire republicans. Those voting for it were Bot a. Idaho Chan Man. Capper Kansas Gillett Massachusetts Reed. Pennsylvania fess. Ohio Goff West Virginia Lafollette. Wisconsin and Vandenberg Michigan. Republicans. Swanson Virginia Pittman Nevada Robinson Arkansas Walsh Montana Harrison Mississippi George. Georgia Black. Alabama and Wagner. New Yolk. Democrat. announced he would submit the treaty to the Senate today without a report hut merely Intro during a Resolution of ratification this is the usual procedure of his committee. Thus the treaty will be put Defoto the Senate without a word of recommendation either from president Hoover or from the foreign relations committee. In submitting the pact the president Only called Fot i it i f Ira t ton a the debate will take care of any works of observed senator Borah with the treaty now on the Senate Calendar there is a possibility that its advocates May move for immediate consideration should the Senate and House become deadlocked on adjournment during a quarrel Over the Veteran Bill no suggestion has been made for that course however. Month. Service were the Home of his t Ashford with state Baptist and Rev r c to he held from daughter. Mrs j or Vav r White Mission Secretary. Campbell of Lub Bock officiating arrangement were in charge of Bynum brother he is survived by his widow five daughters and one son. And ten grand children the daughters ate mesdames i Vav Hicks of Floydada e. D Sansing of co incl Bluffs Iowa Del candid of i eng Beach calif., and to Tatum of Burlington Vermont or. Ford of big Spring i the Only two brother. K ton and h m. F and a sister or Cameron also survive or and mrs s d Ford and children were accompanied to Lubbock for the funeral services by a number of local people including or and mrs r. T Piner and or and or Vav Vav Inkman. Mrs t c Corry of Marshall s d Ford Sis ter and her brother. J. Vav free Man also a tended the riles mrs Mancini of Lamg Beach a daughter if the deceased joined Lier brother Ani family Here for the trip to Lubbock son j Ford of in re. South Bend no a Cosby of Airport log g. L. Rowsey big Spring was a passenger today on the eastbound Southern air transport plane he went from Here to fort Worth transferring there to the Safeway plane to Tulsa. A Buhl air Sedan piloted by Arthur Ropley and owned by then ble Olson drilling company landed at the air tot t saturday night. Lloyd was a passenger on plane they left sunday afternoon for Hobbs. Ism Mitchell. Lubbock and n e Springer. Big Spring were passenger on the southbound Cromwell airline plane to san Antonio sunday the ship Aas piloted by Jimmy Walker. Bichard stalk. Esi paso. Was a passenger on the westbound Southern air transport Quot plane to al Pas sunday. G c Graf. Houston a a passenger on the eastbound Southern Ait transp try plane saturday he was Enro Ute to Houston an american Eagle Imd and piloted by Frank Shaw of Pampa took off this morning for Pampa the plane landed Here sunday morning went to Hobbs n m. Sun Day afternoon returning Here Sun Day night. Opens office Here Aal on Chapman a opened offices in suite 2. Albert m Fisher company building. Main Street and will represent the metropolitan building a loan association in this territory. His office la with those it c s. Holmes and t h Johnson. Railroad solons in Mineral Wells Austin june 23 in the state Railroad commission was in min eral Wells today hearing testimony prepay atm y to ordering a revision of bus and motor freight service in West Texas. The commission was to study the operating schedules of All lines and will attempt to com ordinate the schedules of a he feeder lines with the trunk lines the hearing was decided upon after bus operators reported a 23 decrease in patronage As the result of inefficient s be dub. Colonel and mrs. Charles Augustus Lindbergh 90 boys in Camp for this week Many visit sunday More Rig Spring boys i Here Camp Conn Elles Tom Green county june 23 with 90 boys Reg tired and practically All of them a t Imp by i o clock the Mormur for the second week s activities incident to tile program of the Buffalo Trail area count la s annual summer Encampment. The Beautiful grounds along the Concho River v Ere ova flowing with life and g a gtd Fellowship. More than fifty visitor came Hen sunday from vat iou cities in a he area most of the visiting automobiles brought scouts a number of them from dig Spring practically All the big Spring rout Are attending the second week when about to were registered. Fourteen boy. Ate staying foe both weeks much was accomplished la it a week for one thing ail boy in tamp except two Learned to swim. All the but is did work on test for Merit badges As Well a meeting with equipments for various classifications from Tenter foot to first class among the big Sling people Here sunday were or and or. Garland , i and mrs b. Reagan c j Boyle big Spring times Winner i Hiem for havin Holme. Frank Toop St we the was four of the pm Hest kept tent Connel inspect and ground on i Etc Tion four automobile loads of big Spring boys arrived this morning. Among Tho e coming with them Are e b Bibble and Rev. R a Owen pro by e in now is naming new arrival a Englewood. N. J. June 23 colonel and mrs Charles a. Lind Bergh Are the parents of a son. The Tut by weighing seven and three quarters Munda was Horn at 2 it p rn., Eastern Standard time yester Day in the Home whole his Mother the former Anne Morrow was born she became a Mother on her 24th birthday. Aside from the statement of the baby a birth and his weight no details of the event were forthcoming from the household of mrs Lindbergh s parents. Ambassador and mrs. Dwight Vav Morrow except Tho statement that Mother and baby were resting comfortably news of the arrival of the Lindbergh heir spread rapidly to All parts of the country and to foreign shores and within a Short time a Parade of messenger with congratulatory messages and hearing Flowers began to arrive at the mor Row Home. Radio481100 interrupted their programs to broadcast news of the event which a teen awaited with Lively internet by several weeks the value a name had not been announced for the new arrival hut Chark a ind Vergh jr., for his father or Dwight Morrow Lindbergh after his Grandfather were mentioned As probable Cholee preparation which had been made for or Lindbergh s reception in a new York Hospital were cancelled several Days at and Hospital equipment and two Nuri were installed in the Morrow Home the arrival of messengers trooping up the drive to the House was the Only sign about the Morrow Home to indicate that the event had taken place ther were even Persona within the House at the time who did not learn of the continued on Page i me a i noun thus al vice Railroad built into Lovington c Ity c Heers As i exas and new mex line is i finished Lovington. N m june 23. Prolonged blast from tile work en-10 o clock sunday morning cd to late sleepers As Well on their Way to sunday that the track of the Texa a new Mexico Railroad has la in Laid into the City limits. Ani cheers and the chanting of Plantation songs by the sweating negro labourers the official in charge of the work took off their hat. And joined in the jubilation As they realized the big task a finished. The most momentous period in the life of this City had come and the hundreds of Spectator who gathered around the scene plainly showed on their faces the i motion us. Gig within than. Irvington will formally celebrate the Nival of the first passenger train it it a saturday. June 2. When Gover Lon will drive the Gold Spike. Tat officials of new my i Taxa will be present and of several score chamber Mere have indicated pier it a of attending leading of he rail Road company Arni i High of Pacific in the Bun Phi a come to City Park tonight w Hon with state ant i tit a al hol Ruer Vining Fob hop muons Ai Lanik Durlin june 23 by the an plane Southern Cross reached i Airt no a Nook at 7 o clock tonight i p in it est i flt a prepare for the trans Atlantic flight to the United state the weather appeared somewhat Uncertain Dublin having experienced thunderstorms Dir my the Day but Captain Charles Kingsford Smith had not announced any alteration of hts plans to take off Early in the morning fight ers weigh in Philadelphia june 23 Primo camera the Man Mountain of Italy will have a twelve Pound advantage Over George Godfrey. The giant negro for their ten round fight tonight at the Phua Delphia National league Bali Park carpets tipped the Scales at 262 i pounds. Godfrey weighed exactly 1 230. Will also be on general thu of the Texas a d into Lea count or cd of thou Gable lands unt water May be 23 to to feet. Rich the pre Latic that Lea the next few p richest county discovery of cd is rapidly add Lane her with Rai development to become a Cha in i prep r of Oculi St 3,000 persons it Ness Cere ments amusements for the orca no lit k Oki Anuw x t i i x xxx t l l of n xxx 11.11 Oki a Nom Cit. June 23 i Quot wild mar the shrew of to Ltd Quot Tuii Oklahoma City Oil ii ii ii t Ulster of Ulm ii the name calibre in the Kin no. I i Are a milk. 1 no Quot xxx 3 la 3 xxx. Just Quot ii location South of the wild gush.-,. I lie Well hot a Iii this afternoon Ami As the huge volume of Oil and Gas Rob Over the Crow n Block the Roar sounded like a wild storm in a rate. It a qts a fix a South wind and the xxx rut a Arlo t Miles. I bin ate place the Well in Fie 0 Burrel class with is ism ism cultic feet of Gas. It is hell red to in As Large if not larger limn the original Well on Hie lease which went wild for la Dux and defied cont red. Riot cases Are passed Dallas. Texas june 23 Ltd it the Sherman riot cases were passed Here today by the District judge. C j a. Pippen who said it we Ould be september at the earliest before the trials would be held. Judge Pippen told the 14 defendants he set the eases for today merely to ascertain if they had counsel and to see whether any wanted to plead guilty. None indicated a desire to plead guilty and All said they had Legal represents Tion the cases grew out a it of the distil Bances at Sherman May 9 when a mob binned the Grayson county courthouse and a part of a negro business Section and attacked National guardsmen after being foiled in an Effort to George Hughea negro attacker. Hughes perished in the courthouse Blaze thirteen men were indicted by the Grayson county grand jury and i a change of venue to Dallas county a ordered. Bail was re St $5,000 each mid five made Bond throttles were held in the Dalles i county jail. Judge Pippia today denied the in quest of Maury Hughes Dallas attorney Foi most of the defendant i to reduce the Hail. Hughes asserted that Mot of the alleged riot Aire son of tenant fat met and said that six were i than 19 years old. Hughes then asked foe in Habesch Corpus hearing and the come said i he would set a Date for the hearing later Hughes said that Effort Likely would be made to make Bond j for several of the defendants Dor ing the Day. About a dozen More men were charged in Justice court As a Resul of the rioting but they Havo 1 been indicted. A a a men charged with driving while drunk charge of driving while into i Mcd will be filed today against two men following their arrest sunday of ter noon by Wolf Wolf. Deput v sheriff the men Are being held in Ja-1 her today one is a resident of Tulsa and the other of Williams Ai Izona a Gill companion of the two men in in the big Spring Hospital today with slight injuries received when Shwak allegedly thrown out of tires in which the two men were Riding near Coahoma. Motorists brought the girl to Coahoma. Tater bringing her to the big Spang Hospital she is Only slightly injured. Wolf arrested the men four Miles East of Coahoma. Similar charges have been filed in Mitchell county against them according to a Story told Deputy sheriff Andrew Merrick by the woman she and one of the men left Tulsa together. The other Man joined them at Dallas mystery surrounds program Public invited i o City Park at 7 30 of clock several Hundred people Are expected to attend the second quarterly open membership meeting of the chamber of Commerce at the City Park tonight at 7 30 of clock. Tho entire citizenship is invited. The meeting in charge of the Junior members of the commercial association is expected to of one of the most interesting one held during the year. Refreshments sufficient to serve several Hundred have been arranged. Sandwiches ice Cream and lemonade will be served. My fiery the nature of the program has not Hon divulged by those in charge. It ha.4 been intimated How Ever the Young members of the association will furnish an a entertaining. Amusing and educational Quot program with emphasis. The open membership meetings Are held a vary three months for the purpose of having All members take an interest in the organization every member is urged to bring i family and attend us picnic of Outing tonight Accord ing t c t Watson manager it the chamber of Commerce the Hoard of direct Oiz of the Organ i at Ion is car it Eli ally urged to attend a the program commute a indicated certain parts of the program will a prove extremely valuable to the welfare of the chamber of j d Reeve is chairman of the program committee Cecil Long refreshment committee. B. T. Cardwell publicity and attendance and Lewis Rix. Arrangement. The program will be Over Early officials announced. Fixes will open Hobbs mortuary ii to Spring Funer mex in Iii son of Rig to open a Home in Hobbs new or Hix is just return Rix and prep in cd from there after having arranged for a building. Paul a. Rix will have charge of the Hobbs mortuary. He will be assisted by or and mrs. Randal Birkie his brother in Law and Sis ter construction is under Way on the new building at the Corner of Fowler and Gypsy streets. Hobbs it w Ali be 40 by 60 feet and will con tam a Chapel living quartets for the managers operating room and spare for motor equipment. Aerial Olivver visits at port piloted by f Myrten Johnston. Who. Incidentally prefers a Derby to the usual leather helmet. The Aeron a the Olivver of the air landed at the big Spring Airport sunday afternoon the diminutive aircraft is Enro Ute from Kansas City to Oakland California for the air show Johnston set the Craft Down Here just before noon and took off after spending an hour at the local Field. He had his ship serviced with six gallon of gasoline Ami one quart of Oil the gasoline t Ank holds Only eight Gallons the ship has a 33-Horsepow�i motor with a top Speed of i Miles an hour it weighs Only 3hn pounds. According to Johnston he gets 33 Miles to a gallon of gasoline Johnston left Kansas City last tuesday he left fort Worth Sun Day morning stopped at Ranger and landed Here about noon a. J. Edwards sales manager of the company is following Johnston in an automobile. Johnston hoped to make Elra of last night. The plane attracted considerable attention Here dozens of persons j viewing the tiny air Craft. The weather xxx est Tex. Partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday possibly a i lolling locally unsettled this afternoon or tonight. Two is i More Days tuesday wednesday to Sec Uto a pint of ice urea in with your Cash classified and i of Koc or More. 4 i i insert your advertisement Carly tomorrow

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