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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 27, 1938, Abilene, Texas WEST TISA? OWN NEWSPAPER tEljc Abilene porter A    _      c    1/1    i    vmiD    \l/r\D    I    iv    int    At MORNING VOL. LVIII, NO. H9. I WOK fw«i III** ’WITHOUT, OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT COES, -Byron ABILENE, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1938.—TWELVE PAGES js Pm* IAP* PRICE FIVE CENTS 4(EYear-Qld Slayer Awaits Firing Squad To 'ProwThossGuys Who Say    f I BAIT UHT .JI*. A 40-jrwr-oldronvlrlpil sliver wha’talrs ^Tfttlng    down Mend av At hi* nm wji«!*t sakiIX" Viw OUM*-,. »nrt P«"» ,h*’ ,UT’ Wh# U“* ttfr bnin« it 4® ar# wk*r«l Wars    ..    .... l#-» than two months afft John W Drerln* observed thf OO of M> with Mott of thooc year* hod bren spent in prtMM and reform school* Rather than *o bock he demanded and received tot death penalty for UN May • shooting of Oliver R lr Sail Laie CH? businessman Ye*, air. that * a laugh,” he said In an Interview. ‘Tho* fujw jalk about life bef inning al to Wen, HI prove theyre liar*, and maybe ** * La ugh mr !p* pound rn* Na phlloaophy of life. the red - faced alaytr obaerved he had everyone pretty well paroled bTh* Of course I try not to think about It. he mid. No man. * <1™ J care who he u or how toufh, can face a thin* Uke that casually. Bu. Deering believes he ha* nothin* to love bv dytn* He believe* ba he «ay*. there la no hereafter He believe# there la no God for h«w e mild a man with power in create the world permit It to pl ta the rotten ahape lf* tn ” Society ha* a bitter debt Ie pat then I have ** he continued * It * got to pay tome tune for it* attitude toward the under-prm»r**d vouth I have one theory t wtah I could *et aerose That la that the?" ebaiiiler of rfiuEeroi, JgpoiMro* «“* and fommuniiy Jhmt money - if lt*a ever used for anythin* food—be used to *lv# the poor kid* s/s a true *ir riel.; Thera they omiM hold contest* Mi the kid* and the stores could furnish prtaa* Then tome kid who dido I win could my *« himaelf. Well I aft. mo** beat him that time and would go wit arui practice and try to improve himself He’d ray away from th# stream That** how X farted *etlln« In with the wren* fellow* *    _ ACCUSES JUDGE IN UNPRECEDENTED RESTATEMENT OF FOREIGN POLICY IN UNPRECEDENTED HED in I e.ivie.iv i vt    ^ Roosevelt Condemns Aggressor Nations And _MB    mmm    MUB    M    AM    #    * Warns Western IN LETTER TO SECRETARY OF NAVY— U. S. SEAPOWER MUST BE STRENGTHENED TO MEET ANY AGGRESSOR.' PRESIDENT DECLARES WARHIHOTOH Ort SU — P> Pruden’, ybrwwev e» mid today on the eve rd the annual rf»* terrane# of Han Day. ’hat Mi# nations tewpnwer mutt be ade-quale “lo insure positive protection against any aggreaaor * In an annual letter to the secretary of the mer    which assumed special significance bi new of the admin wire lion • program to reinforce land *** and air defense*. Mr Room* felt declared: The fleet mutt b* needy * The president noted that th# to* will celebration of Navy Pa* awtrrow when the fleer held open bouw for th# . He. coincide* with the tmh an* n * ermry of Theodore Roosevelt • btrthdav TI atees* protirwlarlv Wiling." the teller mid. "Ie pay tribute lo the ebdww and fere ait bt of wa# whs alway* weged 'The week of upbulMfhf the navy ant be steadily r**U*« ft«v tnt It la a matter tor rejoicing that tim United hts*#* is at peace with the won*, the pcendant added’ ‘Rut within the past year unsettled world condition* have made it imperative that et take *tocb af mf national detente mid face die fart* ta*" til annum* statement pro* claiming Wav ll aa Armimm Day, the president mid ’hat '‘peace can be at tamed only by non-steres#mn. and ran be made enduring only by reaper* tar the rights of renew sod gnod WHI soon* the natrons of the world ’ Demands More Than Talk Of Disarmament Testimony Token Demo Condida tes Aligned With Reds A compts tnt cb* warm IM-mtmd It iarevSt ’Up Coe* county, iChirag®* judge with ti-dweetmg payment cd HlfPt than a# aob mo rn inherit* anc* tat fees la relent** per-tod friend* and gMBiteMl hrorhaaMl wa* flied witn th* duenna he* aaanetaWm bg Mr* Kaffir it M I*-tot mon in®! tam* fweaideot of the Women a CB** emifwH,, WA«fTHOTOH Ort J* m-The hwuae committee In»aet lit Un* nu Amar an actlvtUa* undeterred ay Pm WMT Rooorver * danube-a - Ijk mr*Vida received tm*l-uvda* that three ranSing de-war rn I candida tea th th* cur-en* Californio ataman ramparfn had anan urn* romanian* Harper Ar*®* tea and Ray Ahem* representing th* rad-al research cmr mn tee of th* Csnfomle American tegian at lh# nose of threw govt 'seumooy. made the tem*** tank naming CdHd Olson candidate foe gay- WITHOUT ENCOUNTERING OPPOSITION— Japanese Complete Hankow’s Occupation I  .....................-................ 1 ...........................| Jap Warcraft Enter Harbor Peace By Fear Is Not Lasting, President Soys Scandalous John' To Fair By May MILLER reads INDICTMINT IN new MEXICO WPS CASE __ WAttHINOTON Ort H - (AF) — Freeident IwowwvwJt la a rlrlmaUy gnprecwdwatad condemnation of hallo— which * ap p re* liberty, panacea Jaw* a sd sa# threat* of war 160 At Sylvester FFA-FHM Feast Youths Urged To Sove Democracy Of Forefathers pH# Pale wow eandtd*’# fw heu*, tenant gevernee, A— —andan Dwwnay, candidate, Par UM aet-ate President Roosevelt arr awd the reusaattte# last night af mating "na effort ie gat al Ute truth la con* Mrtim *Uh tastimony accusing (layernor mea tferrfgw af Mich-man of trenton th I ta handing af { th* tm ut-down Unset — • -» «-• th# committee had permuted itself ta rn used va a —rant!* enfant and im-Amencaii attempt ta influence an eterne©* Chm,tm»n taw ti 7»* rep!. sd today Wth an ac -aetmn that cabinet me Ollie!« tisd aroitttd in a ■ bsU-ptenrrod campaign of nu* representation rtditwl# and aarraam * •anawrted by the** ay® hoped ta i. _ |ge<cuH)tat thmrti lJTelmug£    lft*    m*rot**Uoo    M#    said ta    « e    a* rf# at-    «h# pr«»td«M    •#*    whohy    mum- es* uS^Smkc.mM^aaer    ***** and cha    hun    ta sub* rr.- ST5S.T5S -a <*»    '-rf***. wa-- -* and future It n. aaker* phi In b «sm*i»itae of iawyw* V— howled thew parents    pm# epmi Ila taiiditi aa ev»- Wayttfn rnarpd    th# »m*a«*te«a    dance etui    t^ptmrnwui    af atating off At interval*    ta    bode* * taiUwni itrtamranip rn Aaaenta and P»t* On** cnntmumi ai* rmauneruig at HUOO Ohla Or t M Ta*a* Jack HUI a—abe fmm *he broad back af bean* dalcu* John MMM) *nd oguk#d ne eiper'ed In reach th# Hew York wark! a fairgmiwda ne* May. lf anda l®ua John'* kl a I MO-patmd, three-year-aid Harefard bult HUI ana grandaieu* john twean intdr inp from OM Obn B*-WMWatt emiaty. Teas# AA H Their trig u MU Had » ad* vertiaa Teas* at the fair KUI r arri** latten tram Owv Jam#* f, Attred W Lee ODaniel democrat t gubema lanai nominae and ttat# «ffwial* Sines Overcome Fear And Take Look At Troops Hungarians Ired By Prague Note it MiiRr not r n%*!„ vtmrm CW ‘ SA Appteal-art a '+'■ * Ida i»»t mn* att* mien the aia'n ana-'**: g»U osier tai her aid amt na:^ ne; daughla* bangjet at Czechs Accept Arbitrotion By Germany, Italy i*nlli| demacroc. whk.*i our tmefaiher* esMUusnai af tat gteat of nu Th# speak#*’ add#d that bay* g .* - in* training .jcn s* tna" -«*foc tm tike aapanmer ■* af agri-t ..lure s«m HOHM* e- ’«»<#!#• will. m-‘v oui or- thee- watt jvwer H* aam t -at wha tm* tram a they • ae abit in work nu*, thew awn I*? autem, titnaut tilt ami*’-ame af im eminent psmet Jahn Hawaii ? pmdisi et th* EHA ttjtptt acted a. sn**!## of ceremonM# and gate tm adure*# ess.eoj« I * to*pan* aa* la • * - - Clour J it * *«    » Sr fttttdred Augh Uivtts *^ss-fg I#* the tv. it# Hacuemaser. anlrsmsd im    tai) the t#**>#-•• bs Mn t D Whit UN* Th# Rt< ti l> H#n*>‘ pastis of in* A*htt*t ctaareh ga*, the in-*<uea«i^i Th# bene—lion wa* Mr o 2 I*-.---ct, Mgn *moei grumpal J D Pan lepmwa an th# ga*! years bora by th# hot* pointing Hat that the net incooi# had total!-ad ii m Sn oatimmg burh for tm .    inn* Siam Lab in mid ava** high school girl u • mmbst of the «<*a of wturn Ha ..-mu# Heft tearhey. to    R H Camghetl a the mt:~ -it-jit teach- yetary Martin.* gi>4 the SMMbr de-gartaaaat fat gsatgon a dei*•nation pei'wwsdtngs- agaw.st Heavy tt-.sgos vest cum’ dtrortar of me CIO mmniUm anion Fair Found Dead Bt’DAPUtT Ort JA—#*- Th* ItinijirlMi offwiat pre*-* agency ta-day gibtuhod * Cs#«*«wimag ama in bitirit Gera-ait and ItaLtn ar-mu a* em to settle the tor marls I dtogMta with Hangary •#* aceagi* ad The prague gmenwnent »ogg*«t-od that • tnia#4 H) mg* ria a-faacho-shHMh military coamsimfeei be fjctyud immediately I# prepare fur the military and rte* urn ruder of area. ahlen OMCtMMtgeghaa Mi * pet*vm*« f#u agraad ta cade ta I ttMmanr TK* not# •'-.tgrnec ll*#** future negJtr ai HIM btth H .-'-gartan HANKOW Oct SA (AF)-TF# Japanese oraplalad Od en pa ti on of tho Hankow ares Ut# int) lf kl without taco ant anne «Ufkta«t reel tune# TAAhbPtMIY* % AAI VC TTtto wa* daw# to the aeeom-panMMMt af sound* no put war-Uh* than that of a f#« machine gum flrwl bg tmcmung d#*tr«fer* at sn apparently tmagtomn Mid eartaudy unceapomt*# mmmf on the YtngM* rtver bank opo*.te th# city nnartng lh* honor of tahtag th# Chin#*# war-tub# eagttal. ’ha fir*’ of * long Im* of aamaft af all type* stets mod tata th* barker a* infantry regiments ballad oppamt* the Jape ne rn <<m»alet*. btuch bb* a bweiiMsrmg rum A* lamu JapasMM* do*tfevers ganboau ani aline <b rogers pam-ed th* IU UMI roam*: Marco Poi* aacbmaaiatMfty cipp^i he* aa^r* AaHMAgaHClat th* dost foyer* were atarsa of *i»pgsw# and maisrgaw-•fro natkaata wlucti played a mal part la isgaatadiv gaaraafui Japa> es* iandiaa* on the Ysrgt*# bang* from Ohaaghai ta Mual gig rteet mite* A? nightfall transports and pl« ship* hod a??isee /OMA til * Pf l.l> At a gateway Seeding tau ive ■ former (teraum rone—alan af me rttihaa safety son* a Japanese in-fantr? coh-ma ballad white the flatten consul British natal officers MMI th* son* et ga*-a** him* mss rather JacguL- ewkoBg #»* pismed th# taunt af tun* aaa# and ..atap#* a franca f tam th# lo aluta national ends ta tvnifht that tkd a wnraiRf Untied BUU# woald _ tko wagtarn h#tni»ph#r* inurferenc# from abroad art tnt TO COA IM gpooamg bf udm from th# aval non af Abl White lim ie* rn sen- aerimn WHA Ute Mew Y«rk l^raii THAuitw a focus «• • orrwit aftaba, ii- fkfmoavett am-«d and rn* affirm aw faith that* *n. *— c tc* of wa. ad Ut# a mgs*#, thai caam# mum not threaten tm world wnh ta# dto- ’ aater af war The ana*#* bf wwh a dieasur TUT  be e»or.n#d ft re * rom a * Hood-ted* rf *#• •owmraw tatai Alma ami anda Mf ta# HMA** Hi' gmis red that PM _____ lamw « vt tom Uatoot Ousas .mg rn .-si-- -*ner« vwAl mrowre# that they omtra Msorma* daarw-amewt dtecus-gr* acwmtiy started-UM war appikeaHoh al toto Aunter Miller Ugh" fbtorowI aa amtstant muted Oui## ms- trirt attamof at A^baqaetgaa. H af reads the indictment a* Im appeared lot arraagtoamat rn a marge af poHiwal •niougn aianlpMlilteB and ac* a sji moi tie* J of me hew M»n« wra Left to rlHht are aa al terne* aa th# tam dane H Herbert af HoawaA WPM faea-man a defend*.'* a r Drurv a deter, ten* an# « U r, elated rte** meson Withewi —UM mg dtraalif Ina potent war tn*m ehwfc ted to mo of Monica th* protedmi dadacwrwi'    ____ ^ a a ii im aw r it pp HP wbbi^ - p    -    •    - •Mn* ShaS gaae# by fro* Ma ae Revue Goes On Boards Tonight Bear Mauls And! 2 Claws Sketcher Thro# roo Se OO pero* b the #f to* ta to be ugli sad gy % i— treat soot Milt aile* af “Throe ama be na fans* A ae* sr# i# utsuumee* lh# lArowl si ftgwyug agsim tow* Of CftarwdAf Advance Ticktt Soles Check Indicates Possible Sell'Out; Curtain Rises At 7:30 nun**tty grnhlem* i» Caarr.os.«r*gi# Japaae*# comaaandsr hat auiitary ALK CITY. f«al* Oft IS A ga- ear-old farm elf* oar found »hot lo groin tm* u*a» sn# a fro row** otter the Mady el bet rn-tfbnge*! noidano sa* loud sn hia autoasobil# btth a note uytng her “yiRwm rf money fad** today " caid Flits 350 M. P. H. »•. rr»io * v. or- » - r -Ural Aenjamm d Ari**? fir# a si# a army Lur ut Mio ne from Dayton Ohm to Auf!*!® uxdai tn aa sirtagr speed rf lie,mites pro ttmw » hun fw mid aa* • *»o-c let any army aif corp* ship * . g u th* Marten ac Hungary had dewundad a in Oro. avn them pron-toms A -rn- $ to th* mag « not# artetratof*    ha*#    u    tat    a •jot* LM’- Urn the transfer rf airs* sarrv l upon and a*,d* way* and mean* rf 'n* trahrfe* Hungamn rffwia* circle* Ola-puyod anger o-tr these *-i*e*ttem* and mu they might mean a t wtAat delay rf Hang**'ten rn t pat on ••UMI would aal ae punned ihroe if ne Oumw rrouunc# «ut#n«l* Tettos Business Begins Upswing At first th* CA buss po«K4me and rsfugae* ran far «o*ee bat grid as.-ll curtesito c vercam* taor and the aides s.aa and doarbay* aer* lilied with th# name p p>--* *»r. gstttng th# first teght rf their &*» amalett Partner bioral »n* pgggg rf md!; Chmm* were abaro^ad MwrvlSOV painting use* ann-Japan### slogans on bblto Asks U. S. Help Hind Walker d lieu I btl* *•***;. Ar Bdetit t»i ss haul ga • * the PPA I*#* Ar* J ga*# . L met augwf-mu ' i od * rd »«*i - LOH Doh Oft M—tJb—Vuemiot Mstpci the Arttiai- foreign mtma-mr lh a *psoch hnmdcrot esctou- ittly u me United Aute# uwught a**.rd for Ante*lr an caapetation aith Britain in gsldkHthlMg Wbikl pewee AfoTlh Ort ai—a*—The Tern’ Butin#** eyrie began an ap*aid gttaaa m !»/•«*' Dr r a Abler#: a****'ant gkiMdar ml uw Univ*! jay rf Tesaa httebbb if but.>mui research reported today Th* cumpoftilg md#* for fteptr.'. tei aas Min MSiiy tm#* pomta aam# that rf August but attn below Lh* tronpoaite I rn to*,, route; I AD Roper Worns On Price Increoses the I astro*    and    mast •fitrotauirrn mas. cal shaw to appear during AM iaral    OtobdgV sew- •on. th# A****.«r ciuda    AAH    iunto oatiafit levy# Witt ga an th* temrf* tonight OI MW (toto Pbrk g^dtiar-nam at • erlarg (,*•> cant rf vbtdMWO tram th* pro*:-scum Witt bg to n* tad by th# club to th# Pare;.t-T«d*hef    aaa® nation s mhfc fund to pewiMto nu Im ttjMtorrteurtsaad icharf chindi en Surf f«a#ar#al of lh* tote* »#u aa# b*M taal *tghi sa* may asse rf th* siaan tmsgSeis rote rib'king >* geagesaieadl Mfte gheroter bant WroSaes I ronssed that atdt ha »«»g fab rf sarprte#* troro ba rf the WAbJtlHteTOM Ort Sd Oar fate! > Roger asrnad teddy agama* pf*-*** -re gm# booau which im said wight chaAd rf* the races ary emvronent -pncaa must be mamteiited ymhiA the reach rf aUtttof buyers if tensity is to cantmu* ta broad-ce *r>* cowuneec* chief arogr'ad ct his pf CSS CUC.trot fM# aight st rf .%# krorosftei# «h**b edtaare HrOrf shewed a . tee ##gts*ci»w a Mb rrom naif However tbs ce a#* tem goad seat* a#»de*te es* pre tatty la lh# ivroevwi wdaa Dr Cfm ton E Adam® ain act ai caster rf cetewMMMns ’ncoughaut WITH DIVORCE FROM NO. 3 REVERSED— The Weather casts SS rot %»**»*•    ■    IW—' MADCAP MERRY TO EIGHT FOR HUSBAND NO. 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