The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 12, No. 157, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 2, 1932 Page: 1 of 6
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BKECKENRIDGE STEPHENS COUNTY TEXAS THl'RSDW Jl'NE 2. 1032
U9 Uwu United Pre
PRICE FIVE CENTS
VETERANS PLAN WASHINGTON TRIP
V i " f l-I I' .. r. .t .
I i. - - I i r i r ilinjT ' l'
I ' Idi Wnn'iom afilicult'lir
drpa in-ti' of thr hlch school Of
It" r he heard cunridrraMr
I'i'i -ii of ki- money rxpendrd
'! f. i th - i i. . . . thr voca-
i 'n . igriml' it il ifn hi in the
higli hool r . I t -. county
agar'- now etpoed The rynir
f- . nrrd of :iHin rlther of thr
edu. Vional lirn re em the pay-
fii ..f the publ It U our bltrf
that wiry arr 11 wrong a they etn
'PHK only rlt-im we bnte
'fer regarding the wotk f
Inr . .mty Atfrnt Frank Lncbridgr
nnd Mi Mamye Pryor count v
.:.. demonstration Hgent. U that
thrv ( not t-tk"" advantage of the
nrw tmpfr publicity offered them
rt .nt'y A for thlr work. It la
thr hr irf of thla newspaper that
to gri i h thrin would bo a form
t .onnde f..r farmers ami agrt-
HI HKLIF.VE thr rmintk-a that
' hmf attempted tn h haphazard
iwrinrr o red re expense applied
thr pM.nittff knife to tholr own
Ihrnf whrn thrv at ruck thr coun-
! agrnta off thr payroll. It u an
wrrptel fact that today la a il
o' pe-ialiaii'in Th fuming
ri.ethix'. of - .:erU do not app!
t".l mil thr nn of thr aatl who
hclirvr that thr farming "f hl-
grti tfvner K'mmI annuih for
rt.e i out .' the pli turr Kery
yra- (Ting inrthoda. new I
currua. new and rnn futi It
' tatoiich the mrd am of thr r..un
'v agen'a lliaf ihrar farta tr ir-
c t t'i thr f.irmrr and fir
r ;AKII.N; V U llnsri a
yo'inc httrh M-hooi pMirtla whom
thr prnnrnl of tn courifl hraml
it a trxt hook firmora ' wa bollova
wr are mite in aaytng UMt they
know more tight now thajt the ma-'
jonty of fanners or Uie eounty.J
Thrv know of and holleve in the
lreriinR-feetinj; plan they know
whit the nilvanMsee of terracing
land nrr. thry know that farming
I a buaineaa mil ahouM be con-
dutrd on a business haste.
'PIIKRK ha hern some talk in'
1 Strphrna r my of doing; awav'
with thr two romty .igent. and
nholi-hing thr orntional agricul-Mim-
ind ta.te and lne)iitiie
i a. of Ik ingh achool What
thr "ppnnent 'to n-ti realise i tnt
hr .' l fr.lrral gnernmriit
r .nn i.i it ti 'hr upkeep o' thee
lepa tmenta. Thry do not knov
that f" reign nioiey pavrjt thr wty
f the farming goap! ' glvcr uy
hr l ear her And another thing
hey fall to tikr into consideration
hr fart that their children arr
offered free -urra In fainting
darting agriculture In fact ev-
er'hing that goes with the farm
It'H' LD thr eontmiaiuiier'
ourt mil onaider nhol'ihing
Ihe two rou n 'y agents thto nrw-
p.ipri would derlarr strongly
agaiii't It Wr believe in thr y-
trm It la am belief that the em-
p'ove. do no' get enough credit for
the woik thry do
t HfifT a month or wore ago the
c it y taf Bierkrnrldge iinnrd
a clean t'p i-ampalgn It w what
ie nbaione aitter would dearribe
aa i flop" There waa HtUe reac-
tion (o the I'.'i. of the preaa. nty
o.'flcmla and thr I'hambrr of Com-
mrrrr Therr a. little "eleaa.ng
OLMY v. mi lot .to4 high In
leniim eye ore t i the city rom
plexotii Out'e- renitin filled with
vhe. aaaai 's t-. in the buaineai.
dutn. give n.t the lHp..ioii
t"ii hi l dad -ict i
rpHI'. puWi mind in rather pecu
.wr Th'ie i no good reaoi
why realdaa'a did not reapond to
the appeals mirfil There waa no
r-jt attarlw i cleaning off a
piere of prot"i The city affere I
the ue of It- tmck to carry away
all accumulated lirt and filth. Tina
new -.paper offered two
bubucriptinn for clMn lota nd
r ran yards and only one person
out of a town of 7.600 entered the
cu-. .. .c. ""'"
the response would have rewarded
the work of the Individual Inter
eited in the project. But as It were
there wis no response; no result.
rpjiERE another campaign
X .(. u iaIHi. Mn.... n..
"" """i vj4umiw ..
and It I lagging because of lack of
(Coatinued oa Pge 6.)
MR. X BUSIEST
MAN IN BRECK
Kill Sparrows? Just An
Easy Task for This Man
Who la thr hinl-t man In
BrrrkmHour" ' Uh Mr X. t.ir
maj) of a thoumnd tra.lra who li
at the diapoaml or thr read ra of
thr American for tl- n'Xt three
ilaya to do th'ir hid'llnr no mat-
trr what hrlr task pruviUrcl It U
within thr law
Rriiurata arr arriving at thr Am -rruan
offlcra hy every mn'l arh-
Ing f t the arrvlrra nf th vn-
tilr atranser For Inntanrr. Jacklr .
Jonra reading at 7(I Wo-t W.ilkcr '
atreet witta Mr. X to art mualc j
to a aong aha ha a wr"trn. and!
Mra. H. Ctmett. Jll Wert Fifth
atreet wtifila Mr. X to rid n tree
and her front porch nf atrraw!
and Mr X aald toe will undrrtakr I
both taaka Friday mca-nlns. )
Many of the Rrarkrnrldite mei
rhanU mte rUniorlng f-r Mr. X'a t
rrlrra and mir.y alim'Kr ilrnj-'
onatrationa tatll be ilonr hy hl.n
whllt in Hrrrkrnrid f)n Krt
m rmlng Mr X will n..ikr hi
r ; iraru.e r.n 'h ata' f the'
I' ilar- tlieatr 'len h will m-
trmpt to d. iu!'-v!ll' art tk-
ittd t.j Mi'l i.-iii- X -hr is al-1
ira lv hti-y nrfintf hrr I. a' fixed
up lot th orH-"n r th M dnrn-j
i-tr lUiuty Pn! i wh'-h rh hi-
fhufti f if h-'t l-iiuty work whilst
m r-rrrfcrniidji1 i
Although Mi X tI nlt n- la -m '
rt he will hr n the atjr at '
ninr orlk nnd do hm stuff
.sturi!) will be the buait d ly
for Mr X. darting off hy baJcingi
a flcrk of bWaults rr tin Tcxa
Electric 8rvlc Company aaxl
flmatotag up with talking a nap in
the dleptay windew of the Harper
Furniture sMere at eight o'clock.
Perhaps yn ertutd not go to bed
and sleaft so early In 'he evening
but Mr. X who will h. tired out
will rny hia nip. and thla la how
It all liappnned Mr X waa vUlt-
ing with Mr. R. V. Meador at thej
atore. aiwi the conversation turned j
t electrlUty. and to the electrteal j
wisajd of the age. Thrmaa Edison. I
whm armecne aaki .Mr Kdiaon i
had it have five h .urs of sleep
out of eviry t-wenty four 'So do '
I aald Mr X "thit hi brratue I
now th thrrr remrrmrnts for
;."r:.r:;' rriwoRELAND gains
-I-rp on ' anil vtiit d-i yi u Ihinh
haippened' Riicht th-n and there
Mi X waa challenged to undreor.
go t.i bed at.d sleep far one hour
in the display window of 'he atore
at etght or lock in rUturday
The baking of 360 hot Matttlti
will take plarr m th aldrwajk In
frnt cf the Texas Tleetrle Set-
vlre Omatiny at one r'riock on
Saturday ifterooon Mr X will
n it only tnah- the blacuita but
will aarve them tn he anactatora
The baklt.- will b. done rn an '.
elertrir rnnwr which will In u.'
-tailed for the d. moo. t rat Ion. !
A. two .VI .h i the afternorn
of hatnrd M- X will h in thri
renter diat.i.s tnd-w rf the J V '
!. i: nn.. .in -kara k
Hill faahi n .in enig gown on
a livine n . I uaina Oavaindf '
hoaiery fit u. iirrul .and in crder
to make it
for Mr. N '..
to ue ; I.
of hoier oi
i in' ir more difficult
will n't hi- permitted
n.rdlea r three J.
). rpHratr the pmr
duin ige th'in in an
way F.cy ! ing all dr
in kra dnl nowhate to aa.
Al feui orlick in ihr aftern-m I
Mr X wt'i . n.pleteiv a'rvtee a t I
.f brake. tie rire-or onel
atop service ttt.n The atttlon!
la eutpped with all the up to date
.appliance to oi lr
. urate a id
thr work ae-
i Mt X will be
hard tak dur-
i up again i very
iok this l.o.. i. ii
be in the d'a-
pli) window of the Hub Cloihlir.
wheie be wUI nvik- a dreea in .
i.vi m..i .. m.R'a uMihiiAa
Mr X will use abcul eight dogen
tiea in the crnsUurtMiei of the
Una not damaging en of them
nA il u ill he a amorf Icnkln?
t 'ha' . You men will have
a chance to select yeur new neck-
wear froui the dreaj after it Ut
AAmnlalaii mo ha nn Wfliul nrui havr
your tie olroady plekeil out
At five o'clock In the aftornocn
nf Saturday Mr V will he at th
Good jj. u.y whwe he wi
decorate and serve a large cuke
but the deerreirn will be no or
dinary affair it will be scenery
... . . .. .
oone in roiorea icing trie mosi
modern method of dec jrutU.i Mr.
l (Continued Oa Page Six)
Take Your Food
Through a Hole
In Yon Bast He
If prNonrm renpr from thr
Mrphrnn County jail In thr fu-
Itirr thry lll har to lx sniitll
IWniiM nf thr rrcrnt rurapri
n f I. II. -Hrd' Ollrn. vlf-ttjlrd
"Urrrncklnj cotnlct' nnil Krlc
Nrwtin Shrrlff J. V. Morrow
a Innuctinitrtl n new aytrm
of Imndllnc thr prlvinrra.
In thr futtllr thr door tn
rr tin rrll will not hr oprnrd.
Food v1ll lir (tlrn to thr prlMin
rr through thr artMll holr
nrndr In thr Mrrl crll wnlN. Thr
holm arr too amnll for rrn n
small Jrd mnn to tir ia nn
rMinpt mrthml. (Jllrn rrrrntly
took nil lining of r rhurrh arr-
liv to fllr hln way to freedom.
Hr wilt rntight ut I.tililnx-k
"hrt-ntthr I didn't dr my hair."
Nrutnn ho flrd aflrr thr
m:iln rrll door fulled to lork hni
nut hrrn npprrhrndrd.
Many Breckenridge Friends
Attend Funeral Service
A lirge number of friends left
l"' morning tor .snn huria to ai-
te"" '" funenil services of A. A.
AHIaon who illcd Wednelny In a
"nllns hospital. Allhon'a death foi
IoivmI u very critical brain opera
fall bearers from Breckenridge
were B. H. Trammell William Run.
oil E. C. Rlkc and O. P. McOry.
Allison was the brother nf James
IE. Allison of this city. Mrs. Alllion
nnd son. FJiIen. Mrs. M. I'. Allison
and children Kdlth Ann and Bill
also attended the funeral.
Among the friends who went to
Sun Sbn were: Mr. and Mrs. Jus.
G. Hurrell Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth
pc Mrs. O. P. McCnry. Mra. tt.
c. Rlke. Mrs. Leonard Deere. Mis
Vada Magnea. Fisher Miller ami
SECOND ROUND IN
FORT WORTH TILT
FORT WORTH. June 2 U.R -Otis
Moreland. Dallu state ama-
teur champion won his wav Into
the second round of the River!
Crest Country Club tournament!
horc today when W. C. Stripling.
Fort Worth conceded the match
after Moreland won the II rat seven
w'; MNCOIJs' I'KrTURKs
FORT WAYNK. Ind. UJ One
' u nai Miciwrc cciicciBnw
"' Pttee of Abniham Llncdn
rM' ttmWl hue been retained
by the Lincoln Hlatoncnl i-'unda-Mn.
Thr coiuctlen numbers 1.660 pic-
ture of the Preeldent ami scenes
( prmtnenl In iihi life. It will be
placed c exbibltlen In the fetm-
dntion'a l bniry whloh already
I houaea the bn;eat oeJIeotlen of
uMtcta h.fture In existence.
Tll c:Mctien acwrdlng to Dr.
LMU A- Wrn. dfrectcr af tn
Inundation makej 4he library ami
adjqeent museum the richest store-
howae rf Information en Lincoln
in the country.
WOMAN. 75. WILL (iKT
imcttrX UKLAYKI) M VKRHs
COLBMAN. Tex. UP - When
j y"r ui.iveraiiy seniors paraqe
' "eve Chupel at Waco next
month fir their diplomas Mrs. T
J. White. 75. Coleman will march
with them to receive a degree
earned 63 years ago
Mm. White' father. Uie late
Henry Lee Graves wan president
of Baylcr at Independence In 1317.
He resigned In 1861 but returned
In 1371 to Uke hi old post for
When Mrs. White as Miss Willie
Graven flnUhed at Baylor In 1371
'he achcol did not grant degree.!.
PLAN CHOr SALVAGE
THE DALLES. Ore. (UJU-AII
aurntua fruit and vr7.tah!i p-ftu.n
- -- .--
n lhU dlitr'ct will be salvaged
this year by Wasco County relief l
agencies or relief purposes. '
Suicide Route Taken
By West Texas Youth
After Bank Robbery
STANTON. T'x. .fune 2. 'UP
Hp foi rsrupr ended by a blown ahoot If t!iey gave an alutm. Lewi.-
ftlt uut m blle Mie a thirty year houtcd '.o EI Woodwitrd whr luia
old man who attrmpteil unuc-an office In the roar cf the bnnk
ccaafully tn rob the First National !
i Bank of Stanton today ahct hlm-
! aelf to dath rather than aurren-
' dor to officer vrho miraued htm
' ten mile south of here.
He fired a bullr' through hla
heal Juat aa a posse of deputy
fheriffs and eltUona prepared I)
clrj m uprn him.
Cathlir John n Lrwta anld the
slnln man appeared nt the bank
with -i Orrmnn pistol In bin hnnd
. today befcre the viult wna crttneil
i nnd waa frightened awny when
I itttendnnta rhruted for lilp de-
spite hlo threats.
Ivwla ytld he told the timn the
vault would not open until nine
.1. m. hut the intruder nuld "I
know britor" and waving his pi-
tol forced Lewi and George Davis '
nnother bank employe Into n back I
1 1 xm.
! NKWTON I). UAKKIt. General in 1835 at a time when
j CI.BVBL.AND. Ohio June 2 H T'Tom I Johnson famous Cleveland'
I Newton Dlehl Baker's public life. Mayor was fighting for civic rlght-
I cvontfnl nnd drmandlng contrasts ' riusness. acquiring the title "man
I sharply with his personal incllna- of the people" and playing mentor
I tions toward the pulet. comfort and to numerous young men who were
I obscurity of home j to carry on his torch to iioats of
He manifeated in jntcllrrtunl
turn at M nt hln Mart naborg. W.
V'h home reading aiirh book (is
Drapers 'Intriirr-tunl Devloptnont
of ISmope." whrn moat boys ore
dlvortod hy vnlumra of fanciful he-
roic. He waa born In MarUnaburg
Dee. S. 1871. In 1391 he stood on a
rostrum at Washington nnd l-er.
Unlverelty to roeulv a degreo In
law. Behind hUn lay a qvict exis-
tence In the West Virginia hills at-
tendance at public schools nnd first
college work at John Hopkins Uni-
versity. Baker the youth wna retiring
and studious. linker the young
lawyer was aquare-Jawwl short
firm-mouthed anil eloquent.
Met Tom I Johnson
He became Aaalatant Postmaster
TcaXiis Election Bureau Expects
Heavy Task As Birthday Wears
By TOM MAHONEY
United Pre) Staff Correspondent
DALLAS. June X lUPJ-Tlie na-
tionally famous Texna lSlecllon
Bureau will celebrate Its 20th
birthday next menth by tubulntlnrf
B"e ot Uie henvlejt prlnmry vrtw
" lu history. Fonna are being
maucil to r rrioaiKHuicn a unu
other preparatiuna made for the
rapid hsndimg of a lengthy billet
Albert Sidney .fehnaon. aearetaiy
f Uie State Diwnocrallc Itaeeutlve
CommltU. epteti a vote of 730.-
000. enly aO.0Oi lea than Uio ree-
crd number of bnllolj In July 1030.
KU'orn in mavny amnuer avii'a
wcrry about electnn figure mid
expense but ml In TXi despltu
It superlative tae. Sine 1013 the
bureau an tnatltutiou unliiue In
nespApc.dam. ha aupplleil Texia
election return with ulnioei un-
believable speed and aecuracy.
All Texas dailte printing Uo-
tlon return) ami nvuiy weoldles
aha re In Ute cxpenso of Uie bu-
reau . I nwLeo no profit and has
no other function tasn the git It-
er ing of atactica returns. C'rrie-
pondent rr newapupe roptrt
vote frcoi each of th 2&I coun-
tle. Prises are given eor:e-pcnUr.t.
who Iran nilt first th various
blanka used by Uie bureau C'm-
pctition for hee awards wa so
great i- August of 1030 tligt the
bureau received several thousand
voted before the nclU eloued and
bad 01 per cent of 863.761 blips
counted the night rf the rlecthn.
A F. I renin veteran Tox.i
newapoper man and now head of
the Southern AU'hodUt University
department of Journalla.n. is (he
manager and perftcter of the bu-
loan . He ha handled It for de-
cade under the direction of Texui
He credits E. C. Murphy a
SauUiwostern Bell Telephone Cem-
pany tabuktrr with devising a
method cf wholesale eubtmctlon
of old from new loUIs which U ' " ehlcks has adopted three kit-
responsible fci much of the bu-1 1"- 'n Ute barnyard of Dr. E. rl.
reau' speed Muiphy directs the I Putmsn. hfre. With feaMtera ruf-
bureau figure work Thu Is per- "1 she abai.dons thj nsst nt
' dinner time returning as soon a-
C3ntlnued On Page Six) 1 the mother cat has left.
Doipttc the bandits thrrnt t'
Apparcntly tricking the courage
to shoot the bnmltt chnaed Loa'Ij
out of the bank laupcd into a
parked automobile nnd aped eonlh.
Bank attendants and officer gath-
ered by Sheriff Milt Yater of
Martin County pursued in another
Ten mllen sftith a tire on the
fugitive's mnchlnc blew out. See-
ing no chance to caenpe ho shot
himself In thr head. He was be-
lieved to live at Dig Spring bu'
v.ns not Immediately Identified.
He whh Identified lis Clinton
Hair member of the respected Big
Spring family and a graduate of
Big Spring high school.
He was married and formorlyj
whh employed nt a filling station
but had been Jobless for several
Baker Joined Johnson In Clove-
land was the dynamic legal advo-
cnic tor mc mayor in stormy hk"i
auch as the three-cont far struggle
ami jonnson. wnue uving. cxproan-1
cd a wish that Cleveland olevnto
Nawton Baker the young attorney
to the mayor's chair.
Baker became Cleveland's nmyor
six ycira later and through three!
admlnUtratlons sponsorod munlc!
While the West irglnlnn pl-:ng;
od deeper into public career hi
private life went on among book
and with his family.
He married Miss Elizabeth Leo-
pold of PotUtown Pa. Three chll-
(Continued on Page Six)
of Aulomobilclmiion wour"! by dcPUniu' mof-
! em method of streamlining. In
! the opinion of Felix W. Pawlowakl.
Charge of driving an automobile Jur;itfthm nrofetwer af nero-
whlle under the Influence of Intox- nlUtol a the Unlvemlty cf Mloh-
Icatlng liquor have been filed In igB
Justice of the Peace J. W. Caatle- ??. r Pawlowakl. who re-
man's court against L. E. Atchlnon! c-nty completed a serin rf u'
The SheHff dcrmrtment an-' wnfh 'wind-tunner incilel. b-
nounced today that Atchlon wa Ve ndequite aUetinillnlng will
released on J500 bond. j enable Inlrrurbjn car to ioed
'' and H1 mile an hcur.
JAP AIIVISOIM FOUND I T" Ml'h" Profeaaor anljl It;
IN MANCHUKIIO BURriMI ' nolt b ?"??' ""iitTT I
! to adept weird design- like' Uiatl
CHANGCHUN. (U.PJ - Jnpanew of pgr or mhto obUln
advisor have been Inatalled ln itm)i tn wlml rinnc. uisj
practically every mlnUtry and bu- tru have prcved. he told that!
reau of the Manchukuo govern-; trolley manufacturers need only!
ment. according to reliable reports ito streamline the trout and rear1
and are In virtual control of all vestibules. i
It also la understood a prolhnl-
nary agreement has been algnedj
with regard to Uie loan of MXXMJOOi
yen to be advanced the Manch- kuo
regime by the Mitsui and MIUu-
blihl Intereutg firougli th Bnnk of
Chosen (Korea). It I understood:
Uie loan will be for a long period.'
hl'.KK PlHiVSANT KOGb
HARRISBURG Pa. tUJtt-lport-men's
organizations and Individu
al have filed request for 70.000
( rlngbeck pheaaant egg wiUi the
Pennsylvania State Game Ociiwnls-
lon for prcpagatten uf Uie blrd.l
ivlthin the state. I
MRS. CROSS ILL
Mrs. Ebtelle Crow meUier of
.Mir Annoroh Roblnen deputy
county clerk has ben critically
111 at her home since yesterday.
She has been In 111 health for sev-
Hen AdopU Thre.i Kittens
CUERO Tex. U.P-A Rhcde
1 Island Red hen that lest her ten
WALKER SET :
Committee Ready to Submit
NEW YORK. June 2. U.R Re-j
mcvil f Mayor James J. Walker I
frx.ni offic- will be sought aeon.
The United Pvcaa learned today
thit th Hife'udUr committee Is'
prnpaied to submit Its data on the I
Mayor and hi Incftiic as gather
ed by the committor's lnvcstlgn-1
Thr committee and it Counsel.
Judfie Samuol Senbury may not '
make the remnvnl denmtul but j
will aubmC Its evidence biH'd
chiefly on the claim of an alleged
vlolatlrn rf a law against public'
officials holding securities of cin-J
cerna Interested In city contrnc'a. '
ALBANY. N. Y.. June 2. (U.R
CJ-vernor Franklin D. Rcsevelt Is
"too busy Just now" to consider
what action he might take If'
charge are filed with him afeninit
Mayer James J. Walkor In thu
near f if tire. It v. as amid ut his of-
Garner Plan Aid
With Train Trip
FORT WORTH. June 2. il'.Ili
Arrangements wore completed here
I today for ii special train to carry
.Texas delegate and John N. Gar-
. ner ror president aupportors to the
deutocrntlc National convention In
The train will lonvc here June
28. Fort Worth is to be the chief
concentration point but stops will
be ma do at Dullas Longvlew June-
tlon and Texarkana to pick up pas
To Address High
Lyndaay D Hawkins local attor-
ns will deliver the addroaa to the
graduating rtas of the Woodson
hlgji arhiol rnlght.
The rcrrmencernent rxeiclici
ate to hr held at th high school
liM'F.KT LKlll-kil-; TROLLBV
CAIIa III; STRI-ML1NKI)
ANN ARBOR. Mich. UR-Trolley
cars can and probably will re-
gain their place in the trunspor-
CALVIN COOI.IDGK WILL
GBT IU't.ATh. DIPLOMA i
ST. POHNBBURY Vt. tUP-SL
Johnabury Academy offlctnla havo)
decided that a young fellow wliot
attended th InaUtiitlon bnck in j
liH has don pretty well and dt-
serve h- diploma be JU1 not '
eeive when he If ft Uie academy
bo in the near future Uie dip
loma will be mailed to Calvin
Coolidge Northnmpten Me.
The former piesldrnt attended
th atadjiny merely to review liU
i college prepirntcry aCudlea and on
the bisls of this work toaetved n
IS PAUADK OF STATES
CADILLAC Mleh. uRJ A family
gathering at the heme cf LeRoy
Fleming of Cadtlla is a parade of
the States as fur as no mra are
The Flemings have six children. J
named in order of their arrival: i
Texas Ranger Montara Leu Vlr-
glma Porjulta Kansai C'cIoiie
Pontine and Nevada Miner
Mrs Fleming had planned to!
name her -ixth child Georgia
Peaches before the arrival twol
months ago The newcomer was i
a boy h'wever s.o Nevada w33
substituted fwr Georgia. I
( hurglng that hor huilmnd Is
i "habitual drunkard" u Steph-
ens countj unmnn luia filed -pllciitlou
for nppolntineiit ns
triuporiiry guardl in of Ills
Knch month upon receipt of
a govvrniiiriit chrcU nn the ln-
itiraiice policy of their Mn uho
died In I'ninc during tho
World War the nllrged ditirth-
niil -cojiies to lln ekenrldgc
Inhibit too freely In Intoxictt-
Ing liquor spends the in- iu-y
and recrlii'N no value thereof"
thr npiiliciition f)r appointment
Tlw requrst mm gr.iutt-d by
County Judge Je.tM. K. Smith
and Illrd In the county clonVs
The npplloitlmi Is the first of
Its kind ever filed In this co2n-
ly Hen (Jriint county cleilt lav
MADE BY BOYS
. . "" " 1UIIJVICV BlUJClJ lO
4y Projects Ccaineted Bvihe " 'idesatiot... p.
l iexpoctoil 1000 men wou'd
i "Bonn or bu" .o.i.l Hid slogan. i
Forty-three Breckenridge high ot th marcher. Other carried
school vocational agriculture boya ""! which read "Our tabic.)
made a labor profit of $32167 on """ not tnrve."
10 completeil project arrording to' Vr'- Worth coiUnsor.ts it away
their report to the State Depart-' for Washington list nigl.t Plir
ment of Vocat'onal Kituctitlon June company plannod to iwitir patr tn
I. Nlncty-lx projects and threi'a parade of the San An nm
hundred nnd twenty-seven farm' tnarrhnr to he heal In Trxai i: ifri
Jobs make up the practice woik for honoring Representor Wright
those boyg this yoar. all of which' Itmin. an aiivocn'e of boru- l g-
nre to bo complotod by Docember j llatlon. '
1 1032 W. R. Holzor. InaUuetor
Records kept by Uio boya ahow
that 2681 hours woro dovolod to
all projects from September 1031.
to June 1 nnd that total Invest-
ment or J2.5I7X8 had beon made.
Baby beef calve fnttonlng InnriM.
feeder hog brooding ewo. dairy
cow dairy hoifcr. brood sow and
gllta laying hens bnby chicks cot-
ton ami fcod stuff tire Included In
the project list nolng carried by
Feeding lamb proved to be more
profltnblc than feeding beef calves
. v ... .
this yoar. ISlghty-flve lamba show
n profit of $157 86 from an Invei.t-jliy
ment of $511.10. while twenty beef
calves with an Investment of
$371.01 show ioa of $0 10. How -
ever moat of the f.ed ued waa
home grown so Ute boys had to
Uke a low price for their feed.
Five of the boy feeding bee:
calve showed a mull profit.
Completed record on twenty-
three feeder hogs ahow a net pro-
fit of $58 J) I. Thla was made possi-
ble by dreiwtng these a -id soiling to
A STUI1KNT STORY.
Three year ago I enrolled in vo
etittonal agriculture In Brecken
ridge high Khool. Mr. L. K. Sweat
man was my teacher My project
for that year wero one baby beef!
calf and fifty white leghorn chirk. I
I Jit HMf 1 kail It.. WWa. k.afl
calves five lamb. for fattening. oc ' ' V J
and i nere. of h.garl for feed for! '"'" f" '" 4n ": " ' ""
my projeets. I fed the calve. o. ""' f a tt c"" 'c"' ' b'14 r 1
Ju . r--i . j j . whuh arr rue e ghtv pCMk' f
on cheap feed and traded one of . . '
them for a helf.r I now own TTUKT "
u- n. . . .... ( "f'lda helmves tint j irter
the Cks Show hers In e krn- -
ridge and for the Fat Stock Him (Mlntl lf g fec
In Fort Worth. Although I rvon avutll . n1nn;i atv e f
small prise I feel that th. things I n.t cl?n Kty.Wcrd.
learned about feeding were more! T 1( . al(I fo
Important than the priie. i ne (V lr- e htr xutt a . f
For my 1031-32 project. I had diffnent colored lights t r d ff--forty-nlne
lambav ftvo baby beet' et.'w. d. Whrr tie -calvea
and two hog raised from a l.i.d ..- "On vmir
my brood aow. All of my feed ex- cr he . ro b
cept Uie cottonseed meal was rals- t hr iiiim.iir.i word flii -od
on my Irrigated project and on1 bra d the riii r r
my home farm. i w h on.' ice Wher " i
In addition to selling my home want to go'1
grown feed I hove realteed $S6fil The class u mnUinh- rap j
profits from my feeding projects' rrss secordlrg to the tritrnfi r
this year. I also got some rnljable Thr class numbers tw Tjr '- I
training In showing all of these and there rurelv U an ab.en-e
aiiiiiiaia in. uie wujs savw nil
Breckenridge last February and In
showing thirty-four of my sheep
at the Fort Worth Fat Stoek Show.
My lambs won me a total of $2.70
each at Uie Fort Worth Show.
Project work has Just betn a
part of my agriculture training. I
have learned to keep farm records.
how to do farm shop Jobs that1
now io uo larm anon ion mar.
should save me some monev. how
to terrace land and route crop to
save soil how o care for and man -
age livestock and poultry how to
speak in public and conduct public
meetings and how to get along
(Continued on Page 6.)
'Bonus or Bust' Ex-Service
Men Declare En Route
By United Presj.
Mobilization of World War vefn
nns was underway thtougncut Tex
as today and the ontirtsl win which
brought thousands of reeruit.i t
the colors In 1017 seemed to haw
Inspired the group which will fa.-r
the hardship of i long ovorla- t
trip to Washington with Htl oi
no funds or provision .
Lenders of the movement haw
nppraled to the m vrchero not fi
hold demonstration ivh'fh would
Ir i J to criticism.
Th hendquartcri of the war vt
'rraiu' relief auoclut'oti ! Lwlla.
aald 100 men from Viat city ard
( environs would Join the Taxa..
I Five hundred voturar porailcii
throgh lyongvlew stroou to meet
that city to
By 1'nitod Prej
More than .1.000 war veUrjn. m
nt lu.iH eight "bon u nrmlcn" u "v-
od toward Washington. :. c . hy
box car. truck hue mil In mn.h-
Ing platoons to J ay to prcjj ..-
mandi for n cash bor.utf
Seven more aniilu were ro nul
Ing and expected to leave f n i iv
nitlnniil capltol Alth 3 200 m re
mirchers before '.ho wvek t'nvUi.
The veterans advaning t-: i re-
ported lots dKflrul'y gttirg ti as
portation thin dll the Ore n ir
my which stavtcd th cru id d
waa .narooned tn u.u'hir; I
a rallreac'a rofjwil ti I .tin
board freight ca... Pro;c
marked however by in j
difficulties In get.'n; food.
Cltt" which hil oonated r
Ions to tho first 'irn y Mt off ' i
PA RIB .ii. it (v.PJ Teaching
Englith by clcctrlelty U tho tatei.'
innovatlcn Inuugurated by th'
Part Prefecturu cf Police t!i
method being not only pnlnlaja
hut also appari-ntly pcrmnnent.
'V cJ;li employed by he
Po"f Department ha me
dreU 1I"U' whcm "' r 'r' ' '
a large oxn ttlr rouii Hi
SWIMMER TURNS ANGLER
CATCHES BABY SEA LION
HAN JOSE Cal. (U.PJ Robert
Trevey. grocer went swimming In
San Francisco Bay. That Is. he
started out as a swimmer but end-
ed as a fisherman.
While swimming Trevey oaught
- - '
a 30-Pund Infant sea lion. G.asp-
lmj u "rmy n. P a' T.'e ev
' dahwl to shor' clo'y pursued bv
Mr and Mr8- Sea Lon'
' The nant sea Uon- at home in a
' tank a BaU water- now u on d'8
P'ay hi the show window of a fih
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