The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 247, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 6, 1936

the mECKEtmmE amkrican. rreckenrtpcje. texas. ihursdav august 6 i&se.
6cTvE?l
Telephone c(K
Under The Dome
At Austin
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farted IreM staff Correspondent
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.... .themselves aa particularly pleated Qnnniril Tfmiv Will I
When Death Billowed Up in Great Forest Fire rMtZJSBSi bW M
r. AUSTIN UE - Oibb Gilchrist nUlon The inmU u is a . .
Ut highway engineer .uee IW4 member body and 'o v -s rr
Is expected to hve a long tenure of the en neer A Rov-rncr ha
office as a result of development highway mmm M.in ppr .r'rr.
-!-1" tt politic f ph inn In hi flist e
1W? Interest that at fl-jf xprMet Allred named It . 11 r. W
fear that Qtletirtat might be re t Falls to auc. . -t a It Ki A
movd If Governor AUrH were re- Men In Janiarv ho w 1 have r
fleeted turned who-tvdlv . 0;h;.- append. H ra wa e
AHred's support In th etoMnjr days ported to have opp- d O ! ' ('
Of th primary rampnlgn o K. Martin rurnm s -ncr f m
Thli wm taken te indicate that Snn Antonio wrm fv n G i-
their fears for Gltehrtst s cont nv- holds a term that expire in Jar...
a lion aa the head of the highway ary
force haa been quieted
" Ko promise abo r po I'W-ai
The State highway engineer It fnUwnts J St. mad- by a a
named by the State Hhwy CWn- . rnor untU er nu ' r "on ri "
RMieral election h rn i. i
I snsrateti n hmmi vrar ma ni nm
I mast no protwae of off .rr to oh-
tain a vote But there legal
wjpi in whWh surety could '- iflv-
en lor (i.rh!..! retr.tl ti
Commtsurir Htnea fui in tar.f
miMI v in' h- now will fmm
relent cn r Whilst. Cminl"tin
r J01-. W ! ppnntel b '.ov
Miriam r. imn will have tw.
.ara an i m aerve Ilia vote w."-
that f Hlnea would retain !'
chnt regardieee of who miKrV be
nami-d third lommtatuonn
Cheering For
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'thus relieving Judges from any
ringing- They were. Wovm agalnjt
KU hoiife by a uevero windstorm.
N'oxt tnornlnjr. Kiddle removed
tlipin from hU yard by the bucket-
ful.
Truck DornlU Iu'iiniotUe.
OILHOV. Cnl Stanlc Hi bin-
noil 22 with an ordlnnrv aired
truck .iticcecdid In dera. inr ft
Inson had the watisf.if tioti of fleeing
a wrocklnj; cicw work for hours
I continun on thl 'va
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Doom In the form of billowing clouds of black smoke shot through with flames nowrcd near tho
ow of Ut Mont. and IU tcrntled watchen as this remarkable picture wa mrocl Great apa
"re burnrtj hy the Ure that raged through the Lewis and Clnrk national forest in th" Montana Lit-
" i: - range three men pcrnhins in the Uames. More tmn lOitO voi ii' - -1 ' if. days to
' mp the eonflaet rn ' '
BRRLIN if !--Special light rays
polblo chargej of iinfnlrnose an-lim apply the brnktx and bilng to
carclcnes." n gtandtlll a new electric locomo-
It rcfulrer four mlnuti"( or ! tlve to he ued on the Grnninrnll-
to de flop thrcs photograph tnken way between Bert n and Munich.
In fait action. The shutter of the ' At prensnt It tank la to draw
(aniprn." are tlnit'd to makn oxnoj- 'train tin tht ateen alnne In the
tire a fraction of a second bofur- Thurlnglan Mounta n. and a spied ' tlnnt Southern Pacific nwitch en-
tho flrt hor. oroapj tho line at at tin miin. . vu.nr ii iwwm m.i '-nJ U was an accident but Rob-
thc precise moment und a fraction tnlned
of a second afterwards. When th.. line from Iterlln to
Two 1'hotoH u Check Munich fca electrif'ed throiKchoui. It ' o'1'" to Ptn UP tn highway no
tr (m.k nI.n .rM i. tw. rxpeettd that th Journey of ni smau lour-wnee.cu r..s w...
flble to determine Irom the picture mo' nn 0 m ''" Wl" h" c' "
whethnr a liorac Is Just completing j ptatorl In 5 1-2 hours
a ftrvard stride or beginning a This Increased speed calls foi
new me The cxpo-mrea Just bo- Apodal precaution and a new ays-for-
and Just after the one marto tern of light rays Iibj been inv nt-
f th flnbb serve an cheeks ed wh ch can burg Uit locontoUvs
The electrical equipment cor.nUts lo a standstill In a. remarkably
f a searchlight casting a fan shap- otl lne
d iK-nm across the track and a se-1
n of photo-oloctrlc tubes arr m-edj Sparrow Irlu-i. It Wind.
..na abovs the other on the receH-1 PLYMOUTH N C Sparrows
lug side Th- cameras are p- k'Pt A J it dd r m a hi- f.im i
ponded In the air In the cupola ovei awake mo-t of t'-e mht but not b
the Judges' stand at the finish The
photo-electric device 1 four feet
ahead of the finish tape mounted
on the Insldt rail to produce n pcr-fcctly-tlmed
photograph.
The beam of light projected b
the jearchllght la narrow when
viewed from directly above but
Buy a BETTER
USED
ICAR
from hie campaign speech at Cor- ance Hoard; J. W. Wllllnrrw Port
nu. c-hriatt nlmtirinir iniDteiton of Arthur on the Liquor Control
That ''io 'J' i n'r l 1 nt plan
in reappoint '"Tnina."ii' '' K I
M ir- n ii ' 'oruo
he Kenedy rounty short cut to tho Ioaru: John w IT"hoU on the
wr Hh Grande Valiey-a rroJ- Sln IWanl of w"tr EK"nr.
Iwa not considered A"ru PP'n; wiuiams wnen me
Liquor Hoard wo established. Ho
I tipciinieu I'riivtivib uii inu vicr
Hoard to auccced John A. N'o.rH
m .nfened
our new auc
TIF TOP TAVERN
At The Dutrh .Hill K Wnlkrr St
IMitnti- 1 1 for That fiouil
Alexander Ice
CASH GROCERY and MARKET H
Compound 8
FLOUR
Supreme 48 Is.
Gtiarantood to ix ('kx! a the Ht
porn
( Mi'HiN
IKWil.
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t
Lower
ect Martin
pi-awtng.
If the Governor ha decided to
appoint j.nrm. ... ...... -. whQ w drccl th(. nrnao RtV
record of appointment by four mmUm
Jovemors Gov Pat M. Nr-ff ave o UvMtock Sanltary
h.n. hs first term. Gov. Dan .Moody CommJ-oneM cxp rc bul a uart.
and Hoss Sterling reappointed him' o ttplnted by Allred.
Ileappolntmont with such a ahort Therc wI jjo Vftcancy on the
.m- waa made pos-slble b.causo sute Hoard Qf Contro unt 10M
f;overnor Moody shifted the long wwn tcrm of John K WnlIaco
rem in making his appo ntmcnU. (appolnted by GoVcrnor Hos Hter-
In January Governor Allred w II liRi() CXp.rw No vacancy will tx-
have opportunity to appoint mem- 1t on the Qld Age Ajilstance Com-
ikih .n v numbtr ol the ittatd minion until Feb. 1. 1038.
t'.ree-memb r boards Expiring
rma m. lud Karl P Adam.
tnKke't Industrial AccUlcnt Texaa' most ptooious memento
lv iid Ha-moiid Mauk Dallas next to it Declaration of Inde-
t r tt.nimuioner or. the Inaur- pendence has been placed on C.n-
. tennlal display In the State Li
brary It U TravU' letter wrltton in
the Alamo in which he app.alcd to
Texas and all AmcrlcAiis. "1 ahall
nev r surrender nor retreat Vic-
tory or Death" are easily road In
his largo flowing script.
Trava bible; Htcphena K. Aus-
tin a hatchet and pistols and treat-
ies of the Republ.c of Texas with
the United States Great Britain
and th Netherlands are d-aplaycd
abo Th display Is from the
State's historical collection. Lack of
facllltlr l-vi.is the d splay and the
things displayed will be changed
from time to time.
The Declaration of Independence
U constantly on display In a spe
dally llghUd niche in the state cap-
ita! south corridor.
ELECTRIC EYE
WINKS THRICE
FOR 1ST HORSE
1 fans out vertically producing .i (
' veritable barrier of light. When n '
' moving object obstructs the light
i m little as 10 per cent a relay oper- (
ate the cameras . Operating ttm
Is one-twentlctli of a second. I
. The obstruction enn be detected
by any one of them since the rlgrt
they operate are lnvr-con
and any ne of them upei
cameras
50 Feet
Braided GARDEN
KOSE Coupled
only . . .
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EWllMG-tlHRSSTIAN
HARDWARE CO.
10:n Dodge Pickup nev-
er been driven. t
lO:'..') Plymouth Deluxe
Coupe with radio.
lfla.'i Plymouth Coupe.
19.11 Plymouth Coupe.
l'J.Tl Ford Tudor Sedan.
l):ifl Ford Coupe.
l'KU Ituick Sedan.
1925) Dndse Sedan.
1):U Chevrolet Sporl
Coupe.
LILES MOTOR CO.
Phone .'$00
f.;i fOI.E
FLOUR 24 lbs 79c
.).MK Ql EKS sja
Is lb ..ck ?107
(iiiaranteed to Please
Coffee
Our Special
I Ul.-il (U()N
25c
SUGAR. 10 lb. bag . 51c I SALT. 3 nkjr 10c
c I I u
PUFF WHEAT or RICE. 3 10c Packages for
2;c
IN FLAKES
Large package . . .
MATCHES
Carton
jqhn v ycei
2 No. 2 cans
BAKING POWDER
K. Cn 1 lo. can
Dairy Maid . . .
(With Cup X Saticir)
DOG FOOD Sandy
2 largo cans
TEA 3 Meal
i4 lb. pkg
(Class Free)
PORK & BEANS
Largo can
10c
LYE High Test
KRAUT-HOMINY
Large can
BUTTER-BINGS
They're Good. 1 lb.
COOKIES All Kinds
Assorted. Pkg
MILK Rose Brand
3 tall or 6 small cans
COCOA
2 lb. can
COCOANUT
1 lb. pkg. :
SODA
3 lb. pkg
Mineral Wells CRYSTALS 81.00 .size
..39c
PINTO BEANS
J lb. pkg.
18c
MOPS-BROOMS
Each
VEAL
TEAK
15c
BOAST
livm ct lb.
14c
BOLOGNA
Sliced lb.
10c
ALT
BACON lb.
19c
NOT B-B-Q
STEW
MEAT lb.
10c
?b.C
COMPOUND
BULK 2 lbs.
BACON
Ucod lb.
'Jlue !arrtl Soap Ola
"i Iil'M' I' i 4 afiJLC
Salad Dressing
Blue Bonnet qt. jars . 25c
PRODUCE
Green Beans lb. . 8c
iiomk r.itow.v
Tomatoes lb. ... 5c
SL'.NKI.HT
Lemons dozen . . 29c
SWKET
Oranges dozen . . 19c
I.I(GK KIR
Apf !es dozen ... 30c
.SUT.ET
Oimm. 2 lbs ... 5c
I Yaws new crop lb. . 5c
How the Casa. Manana at the
Frontier Centennial can offor tho
ihow Billy Uoso has put together
at its moderate cover chargo was
explained by Mrs. Jessie Zlcgl r
Burch of the Old Age Aasistance
adminutratlon.
Iiolong up at tho stars over the
great open air pavilion she re-
marked.
. There Isn't any overhead."
' Gene Cooper former state capl-
tol newsman now presiding In tho
' tower office of tho Chrysler display
i at the Central Centennial Kxpct-
tion get a kick out of taking
l -uets into the light proJecUon
room at the marionette how and
obiTv?ng the.r surprise when they
hear themselves mentioned In the
patter of the marlonnettrs.
A new figure in Texas political
circles has emerged from uov
Jamea V Allred a lemarkabie race
for renomlnatlon. Marvin Hall All-
red campaign manager was so llt-
! tie known over the state when he
took the management that a fre-
quent inquiry heard was "Who
Marvil Hall? '
a fnrmer countv attorney In
Brownsville. Hall ha-s a gift for or-1
sanitation He Ukea nothing for
granted works all tha time and
never brcomes overconfident. Alll-
son Sanders. Houston newsiwr.ter
handled tho Allred publicity. Both .)
...a. .1.1 tArt '
mod'tatly say Aiircu wuum .i-.-be.-n
renominated w.thout n man
ager or jres agent.
Winners At Old Saratoga'
No Longer Receive Nod
Of Judges.
By LEO SOROKA
United Press St 'iff Conosponden
SARATOGA SPRINGS N Y uP
There la a "pr'sldlng Judge'
this fumoua rait ti k t if ble i.
spotting thf i. ' !. a ni-i r
mattor how clnr tiu fim h. The
ieclslnn l nii n e ' rn 1
Dust clndeis .ir.1 u. i ulstr.ic
tlons liavt' no efci ufoi. ei.ht elec-
tric ers fauseil .-t tho finuh lliie
whert for 72 at a judges w i
went Into huddle ! d cl ire the
winner of a cioee iiki
Tho oyea are In liulcd in th:r
hlpli-spceil uumci.is n.I.ronlsed
lth highly sendtlvo photo-cloctrlc
rclny equipment. Tlio winning horse
tnkeH Its own phntogrnph crosslrif
the finish lino.
Stale Apprises equipment
The Now York State Racing
Commission orderod the equipment
aflor suecoeafiil expenmenta at va-
rious tracks throughout tho coun
try. The equipment probably will
he Installed on other tracks In the
ntnte.
Georgo H. Bull secretary of the
Saratoga Ilicln Association plan
to add other electrical equipment
at the tracK next year
"Track offlrUIa have expressed
If yo i wi 'ti nur hair ti h
ft. gloy and n r e.ible
ry a KellitK I' miai nt .ivo
Rain water snnmpno
Set ard Dry 10c
Manicure . 3"c
F.ye l'.row Aich A. Dp Hue
Tip Top Beauty
Shop
HU E. Walker - I'liono .V1.
AUTO
LOANS
NEW CARS FINANCED
Moaer loaned for any pur-
pose. Notes refinanced pay-
iients rfruueed more money
idvon.td.
Beat Tfc?m Quick Sen Ire
R. G. Csmp O Co.
201 Wl Wlllir
CANADIAN TAXES IUH.L IN.
OTTAWA Ont. Canadian m-
como tax collection this year ar
setting new records. Collections
during the first three months of
l3fl totaling 6o123762 were U.
&00.000 higher than In the same
period last year.
r.CiGHKATEK 18 BUGLE.
TOLEDO Mlsfl Grace Price of
Perrvsburc. whirrs an egg beater
to call her cat The cat responds.'
Mrs.
Vernon O. Marshall
Tcachtr of Piano
Groups and Individual
IastructioH
307 N. Miller Avenue
Phone 13
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CLEANER
Clean clothes will add a
preat deal to your enjoy-
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well being! During the sum
mer when clothes get soiled
quickly be sure to send
them to the cleaner oftc;;!
Have you anything that
needs cleaning new?
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TWIN DEADS WITH CORD REINFORCE
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Hall, C. M. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 247, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 6, 1936. Breckenridge, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth72602/. Accessed January 28, 2015.