The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 12, No. 158, Ed. 1, Friday, June 3, 1932 Page: 1 of 8
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$he Breckenritiae American
WEATHER FORECAST: '
Wr.t T Xn C'lmiils probnhlv
' t nl;M Si'nflu rlondv
i ti -I in ei-t ind north
1 . 1J-NO. lis
BKECkEMUDGE i-TEl'llENS COUNTY TEXAS I'RIDU Jl'NE o 10 J?
'OPJ Mrms United Press
HJD Mean United Press
PRICE FIVE CENIS
HOUSE RECEIVES REVENUE MEASURE
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. ii 'in. i'h hrd-tu ji
i hniki"l In thp wernit'i
1 1 of niter) A few di-i
ii '. t I he ml
M J- ! w I'mplnv-
Highway Protest Mass Meeting Saturday Night
' . u- in
a ' hiur .iitrrnri!
I r !. tlrn '
I "I little In do With
if ivhtch he I
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n i- . le that stUfrCn-
' 'he (y - bualnam
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v. e hnv h prd
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do print I' On
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ii' ni 1 llrtmtrd
pnt depression Y i
" ut It and talking
.iur fellow i mloy
i lirhhiir Wp nil
ii- jit hard. For
ti s- heard n 'thing
iiniMni disco i. ate
i Wit of pecple ny
it dppresalon thlr
i nrfin that it will
i i we will nevpr see
. i ii
i - unit governor rut of-
' i' t .pajtl or i man
' n nut of work
in'r rfllrf igen-
. Kinitn arc try'nft t
In ikr rirt . f thll
t .ii mm arui hlf
Ii i ii m dark tutd
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Speakers From Other Cit-
ies Invited To Attend
Further community pmlmti
agalitM th plan of the Tnu
.State Highway Commission In
spend nearly J3.000.ntio in con-
structing a new highway from
WeatherfoH to Ringer Mountain
vu Thurbor. will be heard tiara
Saturday ni-'ht whn eitigen of
this and other unti will gather
In n maai- tmpting
The melting Mill be held at the
Small Still Seized iHEAVY RAIN
In Raid By Sheriff
tlenmn - iuit iuii.t N I I "ion
e He v h Id In Jill here ftil
ilnc tho i iln Tip bi-n I wnii xrt
nt JT.V) hv JvhIbc aitlnian thlt
fUcated and one man arreted dur- mornlg aftcr the man waived jin-
A fiftren gallim inpupi -'ill l'."i
Rnllfinn of nianh nnd i nni.ill un-
lit ti allowed whlukey wpip mn
Ing a ndi conducted Thursday af
ternoon by the nhtrlff's depirt
Shpilfr Morrow dn I irrd that the
mash wan iead t be "in whm
Sheriff J W Morrow and hl! the ntlll wn c nfintcd It waa de-
deputlex found the itlli at a rent-' stroed One It. If of n gallon of
dence In tho Ikovlow Addition II
wan declare! today.
Charges of noasoaslon of oquln-
nlleged whinkcy uu.i taken In th.?
The still wnii a ropper affair so
ment for manufacturing Intoxlcat-1 constructed in to enable operator
Ing liquor were filed this morning to use It on top of n stove. A milk
In Justice of tho Pence J. V. Cas-'csn served as p.trt of the outfit.
TIIISV'ICi: COM I NO.
.Mlnnnil Wells Sintitn. Mln-
Clin iirtil (inriliiii 1'liltrii.i ll d'-
ircrxl up hi ltri'clirirld;p Milur-
Inliii . M ii r II ii tint.ir if
tlir ( linn 'wr of CooinnTcr una
iwitlllril thlt Hflprmmn that u
liirsi' ilrli'utlnii from flieii ioiir
Inn Hi uoilld Hlti'in' Hi- I.mhI
riMid pruti'iit iiiiipvh iii-i tlm-.
All of I Iik ImhIIi nll .fl ill
.Mrlciilf (inp nnd utliiti to
llrHeki'iirldcp in n in.it !
(Edltof'a Note This Is the third oftns ti m.i.n support when th fath-
series of article furnlKhini?; bnrk- er dlni in IMfl Smith was 13 years
ground for the coming Hepubl.can old
and Democrntlc national convrn-
tlons. AnoUier will follow Sunday -Ai.rui:n
NEW YOKK. June S. TPi Al-
fred tknanuel Smith was born at
Fared with the neceasity of mln-
talnlng herself and hr family of
two children. Mrs Kmlth oblnlnrd
work In an unihrrlU firtory where
171 Jouth Street. Dec 30. 1S7J. un-1 wa .mpiojd before her mar-
rdr the ahndow of the uncompleted rlaK ftmlth mM newspapers and
llroohlyn Bridge the engineering bult up out whloh idj n
wonder of the lth century j importunt Item to the family'
The neighborhood within the'fun(i.
area of a few blocks was the poll- Ller Mr smith acquired al
urai new on wmen ne on ine eomhinatl.in grocery and'ed area oxtendlliR from Yukon to
urtortaa which elevnte.1 htm to the r -tor ( u ln noy.ltho west to Shawnee to the so-th-
governorahlp ami placed him wlth-or Rlrt(f whwr Hmilh B)d h- utJmtl v exclCiX to oxcecil $700-
in striking distance of the preal- Uf. lo Unnn i( HMtm lhooo officials estimated.
dency In 1MB. counter attemlinn school and add- More thun seven Inohos of rnln
Oklahoma University Iso-
lated As Seven Inch Rain
OKLAHOMA CITY June 3.ll! -The
toll of death nnd property loss
caused by the cloudburst n6rth of
tho Cnnndlnn IUvcr won rovoalod
totluy ns flood vvntcrg receded Into
tho brood flat chnnncl.
Four bodies hail been recovered
nt noon. Twenty were roportcd
mining. Scoich were being trented
In cmorgoncy hoplt.-ln for Injuries
All flood relict iictlvltlos wcro
placed under the direction of tho
IUd Cross An emergency relief
headquarters wiig ontablUhcd In
the Salvntlon Army proparod food.
National gunrdsmon nnd flro-
mon directed rccue efforts. Throo
hundred army cots worn ordetod
for uas of the flood victims.
The graduation olnett of forty-
soven physicians nt University Hos-
pital was pressod Into sorvlce.
Damage in the inundated flood-
I ADJUSTING BRAKES MAKING DRESSES WITH
NECKTIES COOKING HOT BISCUITS GIVEN
AS TASKS FOR MR. X TO PERFORM SATURDAY
. M. It.iUt' '2d hot biscuits and nri thrill for III' Ti mis Kl c-
trlc Scrlce t'ninp.inj.
. .M. Kuslilnn nn iM'iiIng gimu on it lUitir; imihIi'I nut of litis-
pr In the vtlndnw of the .1. C. rcniiny Sturt.
. M. .Sorvlrii n set of brakes nt tlu I'lretle Oar-Stop St-
. .M r.ishlon u couii mi u lUlu; umdcl out of nii'tt's iircUUen
nt The Hub Clothiers.
. M. I'uliit u scenic picture ultli culiired leelng mi i enlco and
MTe It nt the ffiMid Knts ll.iker.x.
'. M. Cim egelablrs by the new Inline prucrsi nt Ihw ISwIng-
Christian Hiirduiire Cniiip.in.v.
. M Undress go to bed nnd sleep In the display window t
the llurpi r Furniture unit Hardware Company.
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e " ir vki i'ii
ly tiul mint
.' nhii a
' y firSHi
o htiun a
n n to cji
n fnrt together ind
i. lot k at them lm-
i it mp canti'it find
i ihf pAltent ai.d pJs
rr ndy '
thp present eionimilc
deprrtilon t am begln-
4 i ppreaflon liy
ciiurthnusa at a orlock If the
weather penults It will l.e held on
the east aXm of the building If.
however Inclamaat wamtfcsr pe.
valU. tho saaaton wUl ba held In
the nth district cn-rtroom.
The ChnndMr of Commerce mem-
maintnlned In com-!
fortable clrcwmstnnces while hi
fathes lived and waa nblo to Mik
as a truckman nnd lator ns a
watebntnn. looked to young Alfred
display window of the J. C. Pon-
Inv what thv inlcht to the family had fallen since 2 n. m. nnd Intor- ncy Store. Mr. X will not be al-
Tho neighborhood was populated
(Continued on Pngjo 7.)
Polish-American Aviator Kisses Wile J
mlttcnt showers continued up to
noon. At Norman twenty pjIIos
south three Inches of rnln hod
fallen. . . . . -
Wlttmidcd described the first
rush of the flood as coming In it
lowed to uso " pins ncedlos or
At thrco o'clock in tho afternoon
Mt X wll adjust iv bcI of-. brUci
ni the Firestone Onb-Slop Sorvlce
Station. This will be an easy task
t" 1 meun I
wnll of wntor down narrow ctteks. for Mr. X ns ho has had n long
crushing houses It swept across experience In the nutomoblle do-
vhehrr yi. . .nil .ml .ill the ret V "" '"""-
... . . i mis of thr i ominercval nrganlaatlon
' f thi imn p hi tu roun" arr ."..
rrii) ltr M whnt we ami
ri "i .1 do t i nn about a better
i r.i 'n n in- if one man out of
net. irn npmployed thnt
'i i in t"s" fiit. out of Mt tin
I niilo . ' iiil Ihvp sOlnr fiin-
"'t. ! r 'i i ! i-iit'y sonn pur
f w ii.: pe s- tide we an1 th nk-
i 6 . nr' ii.. ii tiie one nun Vinu
uripmpl .1 let remember Hip
r r hu ! ti rk Tle nine
v. k ri a sttemitinK to
hi 4 i i " 4in unf" iii v I
(I it i a i: 4 nd thtotuh iii
rf' i ' nir n oi ''
ip .r.i niployed ne
n iiprrirtea T it
1 1 It prma In hip thp
. iip unenipliompn
' . i .t ihls tenth mnn
B.. -. -
uers wani on paaaro wmmkuv -v .w r.. r.i . . r.i . . n - - -..-- .
am Hondenns . . ..1ifl l "l7r 'l'.v ' I ' f " 7 o.wl ' I r nn streets railroad trncks. and hlsh-l slRnlng nnd repairing came.
irw...R wi. WH """" "inr-l 11111.11 IV I I I I I If - I II TII- .IIIM 1 rllVi:! .... ..Il.ll u.l... ... V
val nrgaituMvton " -.ways. ""' .'"'"'""' ........
win model a dress on a lady in the
display window of tho Hub Cloth-tat-H
storo out of men's neckties s
special prlco will be put on the ties
nnd you can scloct your new neck-
tloii from the gown of tho lady.
At four o'clock In the afternoon
Mr. X will decorate und soive a
hate hen informed that Anaon. fill' I? T CT i I?! I A . .
Albany. ( ddo. Io Pinto. Miner Vll I1 UI 1OJ-OLUI) I' llilllt 'C! UiSS V fVVll II
al Wells "nd Straw n will send rep-
tesentalli to the meeting Bach
town will furnish a speaker and
each will be allowed five minutes
State Kepresentatlve Urn ley V
iUrdy will be
FUJYD ItENNKTT AUtPOHT
NEW YORK. Juno 3 fl' Stinley
Hausner Polish-American aviator
started from Floyd Itsnnett Air-
ItrpcWrnrtdgp. port Unlay In an attempt to fly-non-stop
from New York to War
'V... nn I
! w nk o
It was annoum-ed tml-iy tht Uw Poland.
Floyd Jonts allot ney would be' Hausner's flame colored Iloltan
chairman of the mec'intc ra motjuplane the "Itosa Miula"
Pieredlng the niMting the Htgo lft the runway at 0 Ifl a m.
Sfhool Uuckaro.. Uand. unde: the As lha Itosa Maria wa wheeled
direction of J C Burkett. will give oato the field llau.nor. woivrtng a
an hour's conceit The mus-c will btwlneaa suU. turned to his wife
tait at 7 o'clock and continue un- and remarked. "Well it time to
til 8 p. m.
go" He kissed her stepped jiuil'
The meeting Is the fch.rd of a so- tlly down the field after the plane.
Me. held within the past few ttays.
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p h if
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p hT evi v
I can dim I
K i to get t
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Of t.i latei
firy In rat i
It t'lne.ni ' i
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t t the fie-
t x.n In ti.f
t e "ininv '
r and bl !
f tuo vlii
e phone r .
P tun tn
i .ti I wide
..... n.. i
.flllliV "lilt '
U. 4U tfimn 14 f(.l4n.l
. . Thp firat irotest maatlnic ws held
i' mean -o-i ilipfl ... . " .
a i .-Mian i i i is was iouowvu
one at Mi tat Welti at wntch
1'too ran . "nttlvea f .ntntle.
against tin- project condemneil th
pltn to 'iMtruet the ruad
Utie ft I e iitrgeat riuwdr eel
Id )oh .. k b t
in the pffl .Pt.nn
v .1 who f t i th'
! it and r04lrr.t iIp
I' - "unlrjf b ia i-vit
-1 th it ou' f iff
.pat (or V"h. h we
' i on yeara i id tor
I ''.I t'ipie wt p twpii
. n- small at I nif it
YETS ARE1 Claud Thompson
Ity United Pi ess
Tho United States waa dotted to
day with the ragglo-tagRlc bonus
army thousands In their ranks nil
As Club's Prexy
Claude Thompson '.vas nominated
today as the next prea'dont of the
llrockcnrldge Uons VU b accmdlng
to iv repot t submitted by Dr. Roger1
W. Oniy of the nominating com-
mittee. Members will vo'e on tho
tccommendatlons of th coii tulttee
I tit n future meeting.
Other recommondaM iris made by
the committee folloiv
First Vice-President. Dr. V. C.
Mr. X made his Initial Iww to the residents e.f Brerkenridge on
Thursday nfternoon when ho appeared in t lie display window of the
Pickering Lumber Company's cfflco to paint a ple'ure.
The picture was (minted In n little lemi than one hour's time
and was ilono with 1ioiio paints. Mr. X made a food U iking rep-
resentation of western scenery end when completed II was pn.-
aenteil to Mr. C. D. Kuykendall. who has agreed to leive It In Mte
display window over 'he week-end In otder for Ciose who worn n. t
present at tho actual pnlntln?. may have un opportunlt t see tin-
wtrlt of ait.
1 IIIH UVCIIIIIri .III. - WUl DC Oil
tho singe of tho Palaco Thontor ho
will try to do a vaudeville net.
Saturday will bo morchants' day
for Mr X. He will start off by
baking 260 blwults on tho sidewalk
In front of the Toxas Klectrlo Ser-
vlco Coinpany store uslr.g an elec-
tric range for tho baking. Mr. X
will norve the bisccults to the pub-
lic as fast as they come from the
Noxt ho will fashion nn evening
gown on it living model using the
famoiix Gnymode hosiery In the
Slight Change Made in
The Hpuse ways ami t ie
mltiee ton a strlclh put
day faerably repot tp i
000000 Oarner unrmpin- n .
The rnmmlttee onl t
vised Utt moosure V itnn'i
to provUe for a flvedi wecu
the pi i bl I: work project- m d i t
to the ( the Sllmionno ..
housing vrRrRni roportcd out
tho mliity affairs committee.
a Mexicln who robbed u
Mexifin of (313. his sum;
.. i night at Putnam IS nub - w
nnavv Inrnnip ny Knfoc nfihere
-- 1J 44WW A i nuiug VI
f'Mt'o. June 3 Callahan county
eers are peeking a white t n.
Senate Measure Passed
The two nwtl entered th- b .
of Tim Mot-ivts section b 1 1 i .
ployed by thp T"Ct and !
rUllwiy last night about .
I posing as (((fleers lo!-. ..
Morales wni slugged ri n
tnwiirfl flnol ..r.r.r i. k rf pwu. nr isceivi a a otui lit
WASHINGTON June 3 (U.R
Moving with record breaking speed
31 VIM BUB-l . -.. i
get balnncliur tnx bill the House wrp om w"" V" wlou"y "
today rocslvwl from Its conferees
tho completed revenue meuaure
bill which digs deeply Into
pockets of all classes of American
The heavy Income tax rates pa
ed by the senate were accepted v
tho House conferees. It ws '-' i m in
nouncod by acting chairman crir Youth lransierreu to State
of the House ways and mean rom- n T l
mittoe. crisii filed the e.nfren. . renitcRtiarv Todav
report with the Hou.se with 'he -'
nouncoment that the hmme wnuM
bo hold In session tomofow 'ir'il
cako tn the spoctators tt the Good
Eats Ilnkery the enke will be dec-1 tho hill Is passed
orated with a saconery picture. Crisp said also that th- h u
At six o'clock Mr. X wilt be nt! conferees hsd accepted the I em .
the Kwlng-Chrlstlan Hardware! tax on bink ehei kn and the fedi i
I R. died OUes the 'Vlip
cracking" prisoner of tho Stephen
County Jail was Cfl his way tc tin
converging on Washington. D. C.'Wray: second vlce-presa'.ant J. A.
where 1.0t destitute. World Warl Hates: third v-co-presldent Roger
for the tun .lug to be
ln hi ci:. a i d:.i
pre-pnt Hat- H UUIdll TUUr ULtqil-i DIU
1 To Visit Italy Soon
PROGRAM (l ICN.
J ( Ourkett. director of th1 iiariu r..no i hi Pi Amrlii Mar. In vain "to obtain armv or Red
...H WH..V ... - ..- ...... - -- --- --
i- - iras iivin io Huckaroo Band ananunced today rt .wmi American trans-At- Cross tents for the vetorsns. Food
a ip gn itest depieMion tke fellowlng praarram w-u!4 be (aUe flla arrived from Loitdon lo- aupplles dwindled New arrivals
pxp.nen.-at pku given Saturday night at the mas day to be bulled ttmler flewors and bivouacked tn the open
n.t p'ide.1 tn me last me.tlitg schtrd.led for the .court- wuaiy ehecied Ity the French cap-) Veterans alre.dy in Washington
1 ins country came house. luj. j tussled with the pro'.lem of obtain-
i.. of them n.t en Thunderer. March Monaa ! t crowd of WW filled the eta- Ing by tonight 115 algnaturas on a
p.iprity than be Th DiwuMl'i Delight novelty yon nn4 (in-i the neorby streets house petition to bring the Pstinnn
veterans already ro-tm the street i I.ontz; socrotary an.l treasurer. Dr.
The situation in the national cap- Brueo W. Snbler; Tul Twister P.
ital neared a crisis as tho "army ll. Glenn; Lion Tamora W. O.
of occupation' apparently detenu- Mulllns Harold Gremhtw. dlrurt-
Inwt to lay figurative se.se to con- ors J. C. Rurkett lw Pipkin. II.
gross for weeks If necessary whllo. M. Joneu and John Ed Dounlas.
pressing demand for a cash bonus
Tho program todny In charge of
Kuseoll R. Jones presented Miss
The Washington superlntondont Kvbtl Render dnuchter of Mr. nnd
of police withheld a forty-hour m re. C. M. Hondor who gavo two
evacuation order wntle he sought' humorous readings nnd -Mlsa Sonla
when sho nrrivetl from'CheBOUo' '" pntvldlng puyntent of $2000"
rrnie'iiber o.r .trug- lwlllirlt In the Mountains tons ' --ith htr hubond. Geopga Palmer I MO.0OQ in bonuaea to a vota. Thy
i to est ns a chd.1 pem Weber. fhitmtm. t Jwl J8 atgnatuwa
In.iiina duung the oiorla. M inch Utsey ' mj Bnrhart changer her plans j Approalmately U00 men waro In
ftp 1H.3 aeireon Tlvsr !(.(..' Hlnrklnn -.l -i. -w- l..l ......i ll.. lh ttatttallnn mvin inHiv
i --r- - " - -- . su bmui ana iiui iinnuMi iiHrtr .. nw.-.-'... ...u....a rmj
Normal Much Bennett Hej.'a InvltttUn to visit Rome Sb'
Mignoiiir everture Htuman t w1j n for july Tujgy.
On Th. jvju.tr -puaelU j .
Anchoi-- Asy ZUmmeruMn '
Gateway nt March Kin. Al)pUc(UllS FOV
! Teaching Posts
KIMI.MRN I'RRIIOSIINATF. 'i.. ri. :..:..
i" i'teaaions tn mem-!
i ut Out f a Job
i i S8I. there were
- tiut thsre vpre oc
1 Mi' quite thtnkful
t . i in th old a
lit una I hae necn
4 merhanlcal reap-
.i automobile tra
i mrplane it nd
nitHt cal hi ipn.
1 1 mini cation and
I N 11 A G I' I I' i;
II A N I) .
WAmilNGTON. June J. UB' -War
vtaraj-e biking to WVshlng-
ton lo demand payment are Injur-
ing their own cause Knrl Harp
stat omnsnandsr of th American
trvgiuti. oectareu oar lottny.
IIOKTON. Ut'. Bon of Ireland 8lx nppliennU for state ten oners'
are now more numerous In Bag- oorttfleatSfi took examination to-
pipe bands than men of Heottish day under the direction of Mta.
biuod according to John Adamsnn Millie RVaekburn oounty uporin-
of Janvalea Plain only bagp'pe tendint.
The (Ntpers will be sent to the quarters when he waa here now
state department of education (oria populir night club
Adamton says four of New! grading. Not even a trace of the PhlT-.-
Allon Jonas his son Womlrow delphian's influnee of character
IIOMK NIGHT CI. lilt
PAIU8. ilh - The house that
formed Benjamin Franklin's head-
Runder nloco of Mr. nnd Mm.
liundor who sang two voonl sohw.
Sho was nccompanlod by MIsn lela
The high ohool orchestra un-
der tho dlroetlon of J. C. Rurkott.
bond director furnished music dur
ing the luncheon.
Chnrlea H. Rrown canoluded the
program with a talk on "Monism.1
Plana for the tate convention to
b held at Dallas Juie 0 and 7
store where he will can vegetables
using the pressure cooker and the
latest devices for homo canning
when the demonstration Is com
pleted Mr. X will present some lady
present with the cooker.
Mr X's final appearance before
tho critical gaze of tho InlvahltnntH
of Rreckonrldge will take place nt
eight o'clock on Saturday evening
when he will don his pajamas and
take n nap in the display window
of the Harper Furniture and Hard-
war o Store using a Slumber King
mattress to take his nap on.
Mute penitentiary today In
f Rud Russell ' veteran
agent and operator "f '
one way wagon
I "jiica wno rceenpiv ' ' ip
the Stephens diua-y jml i
outer bars white a loci! i
I was conducting V ttrvice
MAN K II 1 1? D ; """ AUhjugh ' n 'n "
llirill lV.lJL'iJJJl I sentences toUllsg e . . .
they will run cchcurient Ii
given flvo J'a r.i fi r r t.
firearms by an Ki-t u i
Jury; on year "at Mi .r .
liquor charge; and fi-f m
for theft of oil i-ell c. h
Giles was arretted at I
few days after he dropt
gasoline tax of one rpnt a 3 ill i
Tourist Camp Owner Fires
SWIFT IN HOSPITAL
AITKR RUSHING CRASH
BIG SPRING. June 3 U.R J II
Smith was shot to death at the
Blue Quail Inn. a tourist camp two the fouith floor if the cot
miles west of here eai ly today. M. on a ladder made of eleven
u wopwinnu ni'inagpr oi iiio pi act'
(U.P-Thore in.st i told officers he killed Smith with' n . n i ppnii imi mi
n shotgun when th latter tore a ! 0i iJjULlAllUll
(Aran. nt f I I & .Iaa I41 .ffA.l I '
rvi.ru ui bAi; iw iii an vt.u
to unler and frightenod Copeland's
wife nnd children.
bo something In a name at that.
C. S. Swift furniture denier was
rushing down a mountain road
when Mrs. Jloy Rushing canto
swiftly from tho oppostto direction.
Swift Is recovering In a hospital.
Horsi'lun'v Riders Collide.
LOS ANGELES UR -Automobile
drivers uie net Uio only rockluss
drlvcis figuring in Los Angeles
traffic accidents Ilasknll Dobbi
galloped bis horse around a thaip
curve In a bridle trail and collid-
ed wiU anothor patty rf oques-
Rloka Johnson first vlcc-presl-' trlnns D.-lls and Richard Rort-
dent prasideil In the absence of net were thrown frcm 'heir lu.rsei.
Jthn F Ikilley president I Roth wr lreatel at a hospital
ON HIGHWAY TILT
CWitlilti Tnnirihl Tb" -"I0" ()unty Ba' A
.'UUIUI I Vlllflll jcl-itlon In a called meeting todi.
" " discussed the ppioad W-i hi t
County candidates wore planning !fori Hanger Mountnln on
today to attend an Ice cream wp.but look no definite .1.
por and candidate rally at Ctddo gevaral memben-..: v
tonight. I announced thev
The meeting u sponsored by wo-1 rjnto Monc'r
mon of the Caddo Baptist Church. jnla )r (
It was originally scheduled for last (tu 1)a tr.
Saturday night but was postponed ' h t K
until tonight. I a
SALT WATER LAKE? BRECK MAY HAVE ONE
T u.r. .s.a.r nil w-...iw - i-. mr r
4"1"" "- " ... ".H1-ker i .ha countrv and one of
t madt w t. He ml commonly Jn
Jrr ' . .v.. '.:r:r:::. ""lo.i Adamwn says four of New grading
c . . ..... .... "-"York's bagplp bands are empo.
"r'n my IIHIIU W mj lnrr nt mnn tf Ti.a. fivlnir. TtnAa on. I ..- svnt-rsi.l irmiM.. . ftimain t tt A al...UBtnrA f
ttJ " ""' " - -" - Htiwpt tiv ii'vi vmiii m jwiuii mi - niimiiiei '" "-istasaiBrt'n v
that the growth of clvtliaatlon will
tliat Invontion and scientific
1 Ron are as two Iccal b.ind.- und men took the examination.
' . . . ilona otlch In Chicago San Knuiciaco
..... . ... .. ... M..n f."-.. thllllnbln
It takes Adamson
New York rathei than the Quaker
have everything they want that
their desires and needs will not de-
Other examinations for teaching City prevails in the decorations.
I certificates will be given on Julyj A series of galas have begun
t least two'l and 2 September 2 and 3 aiid there called "New York Nlglit1
(Continued on page 4)
!teeks to make a b3ipip. and they December 2 and 3 this year Mrs.) which arc di awing crowds of
aall n " sv 1 ("Wl - C4lli1l cnnVi 1 T)1n rtLkiiKn anM . nr..-ri. ..Mlrr..a
1 sell at from $ 100 to $350 each.
I Blackburn said.
Is Rreckenrldgn to luive 11
"suit water" swimming ponl it
community hcuch and nun of
the largest plaj grounds In Tt'X-
An enthusliihtlc eoiiiinitt''i' of
the Chamber of Cuinnttiree
beaded by C. M. Rendi r It of
tlu belief that this may bo tho
result of 11 suggestion mnilr by
Render several ilaii :if) that
the possibilities of LaUo Grind
northeast of llreckenrldjje be
studletl by u commltteo
Tho commltteo In diare of
tho project Is cornpo&ud of
Render J. I). Sandefpr Jr.. O
I Alexmider llerulcn Tr.im-
mell and Rlalin Jnhuson.
Allhoiigh the enmmittt-o has
made no definite plun.1 ri";urd-
ing development of tho pr per-
ty as 11 community l.iy;;rniind
anil resort the members lime
dlsciisNed a Hints meaiu of
handling the project.
It linii lieen dollnilely decid-
ed hounver to offer the pro'i-
erty to 11 local resident with
the understanding that It Mill
lie dm doped.
According to members of the
commltteo they arc now ready
to confer with unjoin 'intercut-
ed in the prnpotltlon. Tin plum
of lite group will be niiliiuitted
to pnrtlcr. Interested In the
It was declarid that the .om-
mlttco Ih in 11 poltlni . i(fi r
inniti financial h.icUint; to rell.i-
bli; pcrnnnsi if that IsjiecisSr.
If 11 local man or grnup of
bleu eiinnot bo lntrreileil In
the plan efforts will he. niltde
lo Intereht out of lo.vn pintles.
Tho rommltteo bellPii's the
liugo wilt water lake 1.1s un-
limited iiosslbllitles us 11 ro-bort.
K I I
y wt 1
to I I
. 1 ij 1
I ' 'jt"
A I. 1
. i 11
her n- te
some di fin "
HOt'hli'S RGI I)
SAN A ' UN) 1 June J P
I'stltloiifl uiglng "the drof'i oi
State Senator W ' opkm ' don
sales as a oandldtw foi p- r n 1
weie being circulate hrr 11 y
DALLAS June 3. 1 i I M
Balloy Jr. son of the famooa Te
nt senator today filed lot a place
on tho democratic primary bi'b
as a candidate for cemgrosa-u Ih. 5
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Campbell, Robert C. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 12, No. 158, Ed. 1, Friday, June 3, 1932, newspaper, June 3, 1932; Breckenridge, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth123635/m1/1/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.