The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 61, Ed. 1, Monday, January 14, 1929 Page: 1 of 6
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'jUR?Ng' ' )f! STRPI ENS COUNTY TEXAS MONDAY JAKUAHY II 1020
United' Press Sunday Service
Complete and authentic
PRICE 5 CENT
In the Dairy Pby
Texas and Crude
CKNATOR A. J. WlrU of the
' Guadalupe district hn Introduc
ed a bill which Is of Interest lo c!l
motor drlvirs of Hrerlonrldge nndi
Texas -it motorM would be if I
quired T. u have llrenne lo be re-
newed every three year. Penalties
aie provided. There Is u way lo rid
111 stnt of reekte. or wild drlv !
inK Pam the law nitd then revoke1
me licrnfe of thr violator of the
Inw Protect f. and property
There were 29.00) death In thr
United Stale luNt yeur 32A.OOO
p-rxons were- injuted. Thin Ih the
sulo age and tin- rerkle-. drivers
of American were responsible for
'M:XAH has forged to tin- front
ui the lurge-il producer of crude
petroleum. California gets second
place Oklahoma third place. And
' Wlxe une Kre certain that pe-
troleum production In thr Lone
State rommonwentthl Um In-
fancy. What will happen when the
rich field urc deplefd of thflr
wenlthT What will happen when
the gnu wfllln K dry? Wel ugil-
culturally speaking Tea will lenii
nil the reel mid ti a manufactur-
ing state It will forjjo lo the front
All this li a reminder thru forelcn
crude U on the. fre lint the fed
till administration Im republican
the American congress I republi-
can and the republican party l
the party of a high protective tar-
iff for II Interests and all Indus
WTTLE Interest nf Te.xtn are
' ' on th firing line. They have
prepared 04 nig bill Jn calling
for iptidUr and mors efficient
tick srsdlcstion In the state. It
goes without aylnr tht the de-
ntnictlve tick ha cost the llvetock
Intermits of Texas hundred of mil-
lloni of dollar n thr pW quar-
ter of u century.
JPIIADR'ATION hai been pushed
In u great number of round
and the tick ha been expelled. II
rcoes without aing that the work
Mhould be continued until the lam
member of the tick tribe has been
driven from the commonwealth. A
vml and growing Indusliy I the
livestock luduMry. A'viil and
growing Industry la thu swiii In-
liuitrj. A. HM and growing mdut-
iry i tn poultry.
'OM1NO In the dklrylng uge and
' lhl. Includeii butter of the flrnt
grade and Tra rheee of tt
brand an hlh grwdr any to he
found undor American xklen
'PKXA.H bus Ihe rllmale. the pav
turug. the feed Muffn. the
IraiiMpiUtlon farllltle and the
) COMK day tnp population of Tex-
J ulll be supplied by the dal-
rles nnd chero factoriei of the
commons eallh. And let u hope
that It w!l be In the very near fit.
ture and that Stephens county
will be In the play. We do.
'T AUCJH and grow fat; go to
Kort Woith catch pneumonia
auffer and j;row thin " This Is the
experience of V. U .Shurtleff.
prominent IJreckenridgo lawyer
and political leader who bun loil
rlxty poundH during hi iinejn tf
kt-vcral week In Kort Worth where
hrt l now lowly convulmchiK. It
I hoped he will noon be here and
fPIIR resignation of l.-e S. Hen-
ry court reporter u. Jude C
O Hamlin x coin i for the Mlh
dbtrlct hui rrjtlgnod to acenpt u
felmllar ponltlon In the 101th judic-
ial district court at Abilene. Hen-
ly la a real reporter and a great
scout. I.uok to you Henry.
'pilK Hreckenrldga uckrette
-- hlch achool glrli' basketball
team are out for aaU champion-
ahlp honor. tliU year. The i;lrl
tournament for dlatrlct champions
. from all over Toxuf will meet in
g the junior high gyminilum lit thU
city this bolng an Inc. ntlve to
How U your atockf
Phone No. I
FIVE DEATHS OVER WEEK END IN BRECK
' " ' - - '' 'I : i: !i !i; !t .-;; .-It ;': j j.
Stamford Man To Head
N. S. HOLLAND SUCCESSOR TO
L T.COOK SAYS SCHOOL BOARD;
ON JOB 9 YEARS AT STAMFORD
Has M. A. From Columbia And Ranks As Leader Jn
Educational Life Of Texas Say Reports Of
N. .S. Holland for the pant niun yearn licud of .St am find .icIiooIh
li the new urlntendenl of tin- Ureclteurldge hcIiooIh according to
an announcement today by Tom Oyer chairman of the Hn-ckenridge
.Schools Hoard. He iiucceed) U T. Cook who ha been nuperintendent
here for the paxt seven and a half year and who repot t.s next wccli
for lib dutlen um .Sherman KUperiutendeiit. Mi. Holland will Hpmid iv
eral dayii here thin week and In expected to be on thf job permanently
aoinetimp next week
"Mr. Holland In one o ft he nutxtandltig men In the educational life
nf Texa.i." nald Mi Cook In commenting on the choice of the board.
ROAD BODY TO
Important Matters To Be
An Important meeting of the local
Chamber of Commeice Hlghwa
and Metculf Clap committeo ban
been culled for tonight at 7.30 u
the Chamber of Commerce accoid-
Ing to W. 11. Cook chairman of
this body livery member of the
committee l.i urgently ieiuebted to
be on hand.
Important meu.-turcx will be dlx-
cussed with representative of oth-
er cltlen Intereited In thin project
Mr. Cook ijald.
The following ure nu-mbera of
Ihe C. of C. hlghwuy committee
appointed by Prexldent J. 1). Sande-
fer Jr. following hN election lust
W. II. Cook chairman; U W
Pelphrey l'orter Daniel Frank
Deaver. C H. (iulUtte T K. Hoone.
V B. Newby T. W. Wllnon (J. H.
fech Hoy Stoker John K. livana
Tom Abraham J. 11. I'help.i W. H.
Heunett. J. S. McMurtry II
lcavertnn Joe Caldwell.
WASHINGTON. Jan. H. Wi H.
Theodore Tate treasurer of the
United State whoite nomination
for that office wan opposed by")
Heprcaentatlve Wood of Indiana
hai reUertted Secretary Mellon to
recall hU nomination.
AUSTIN. Jan. II. Hepresentn-
tlvJ V. H. Cillbert of Halrd. Calla-
han county received notice uf the
death early today of W. K. 01111-
land former representative whose
home was at Halrd.
Mr nilllland wu a member of
the legislature In IMl-'Ji and for 10
years waa editor of the Ualrd Star.
IMCSHAWAH India Jan. II.
It la atrougly mmored on the
frontier thut King Amanulluh has
abdlcted In favor of his elder
brother 1'ilnce Iimyatulluh and haa
Nft Kubul by airplane for Kamla-
hui. MKUC'UKV KAI.I-S.
NKW YOHK Jan. If The mer-
cury fell to new low marks for
the winter In the Kuatern pnit of
the country today.
First Regular Session
' M W k a -a a a n kk a
The first regular session of -th
1020-30 county commissioners court
la In session today ut the office of
County Judge V. J. Arrington.
The court will be In session all day
us much business uud "getting
started" work Is ou baud for the
new commissioners. The three new
members of the court are: J. W.
K Klrkland un.l V
t t j ;.
Ceremony Tuesday for Dan Moody
V'tle Ls probably better fitted for
the place than uny man In the
tate" Mr. Cook continued. Thin
statement vax baHPd on the fact
that he has visited the local schools
many times during his tenure at
Stamford and Im acquainted with
Mr. Dyer In upeaklng of the f-
Uctlnn states that Ihe new super-
intendent has an excellent theoret-
ical and practical foundation for
hi work. Ha has built the Slam-
ford school to a high place In (he
achool life of West Texas he de-
clared. He was given nearly a
yeui's leave on part pay by the
board at Stamford two years ago
and spent the time In Columbia
University at New York City
where he leceived his Master of
Arts degree He nlfo spent Home
time In survey work among itchools
of the U S. At Columbia he upe-
clall.ed in education and ndmlnii-
tuition. He Is regarded us one of
the foremost executives In Texas
He met with the local boord Sat-
unlay and Monday morning leslgn-
ed his post ut Stamford.
Mr. Holland l-t chairman of Ihe
Mlperlntendeuts' division of Hut
State Teacheis Association and lij
aUn a director of thut bodv
Change In Texas .
School Law Aimed
A bill that would make county
school superintendents appointive
Instead of elective Is to be intro-
duced at the present session of the
legislature according to advices
received here by the county super-
intendent Mrs. Millie HIackburn.
Kor u number of years the legis-
lature has been considering the ad-
visability of changing the methods
of securing county superintendents.
It Is the concensus of opinion of
educational leuders In the state S.
M. N. Murrs state superintendent
points out thut this official should
be appointed by the county board
of trustees ruther than elected In
the primary election.
. The bill ready for Introduction
does not provide any higher uuall-
ficutlons for the office than are
now specified by lutv and It extends
the term of office of all those who
were elected In November. i2(j un-
til June 30 1031. The law would
not change the salary schedule now
Prospects are bright for progres-
sive school legislation said Marrs
in a letter to Mrs Uluckburu.
Moored At the Mast
POHT ST. JOW Klu. Jan. H.-
Having pompleled a SO-hour aerial
tour of Florida the Navy's giant
dirigible the l-os Angeles moored
M the must of the Tender I'utoka
In St. Joseph's Huy at 8:1.1 a in.
Kuslern Standard Time today.
of 1929 For
r- Ml ....i. Hff J T
vouri meets Monday
In the momlnir session the com.
mlssloners approved tho bills and
reports presented to them by E.
If Maxwell county auditor.
During the afternoon (he court
will dlcus the problem of estab-
lishing a county poor farm here
appointing road workers and other
officials for the new Idralnlstration
und many other projects to he un-
dertaken In the near future.
In The Valley
AUSTIN. Jan. H.iA Aigumcnt
continued unlay In the Hidalgo
ctninty election dispute In Travis
county district eouit with Indica-
tions that nt lea another day
would be required before District
Judge J. I). Moore determines
whether he has Jurisdiction.
Two duys have been consumed In
uiguineuts by attorneys for Gor
don Orlffen candidate for tho dls-
ti let Judgshlp seeking inclusion in
the count of the Weslaeo box which
they allege would elect their client
ind those for J. K. Ille stubborn-
ly resisting efforts of the pialntlff
to restrain the sccretaiy of stale
fimii canvassing returns until the
Weslaeo box Is received.
Land Office Wins
AUSTIN. Jan. If W) Propon-
ents of a legislative: Investigation of
the Land ' Commissioner's office
won the opening skirmish In the
Senate today when a motion to
lay the Investigation -resolution on
the table nublect to call passed af-
ter nearly an hour and a half of
The Senate was deadlocked on
tho motion offered by Joe M.
Moore of Oreenvllle co-author of
the resolution but Harry Miliar
presiding officer broke the 13-13
tie by casting his ballot lit the af-
firmative. Opponents of the Moore propos-
al planned to Introduce 'a substi-
tute motion referrelng the prop-led
Investigation to the Senate and
House committees on lands rather
than lo a special Joint Investigat-
Moore asserted that he unit Sen-
utor A. J. Whiz of Seguin co-uu-thor
of the resolution wished to
iiuike further investigations and to
Incorporate their findings In the
resolution before submitting It to
Trial At Marl in
DKNTON Texas. Jan. If P
Trial of Yancey Story on a chaige
nf robbery with fireiiims In con-
nection with the holdup of the
Karmers anil Merchants Hunk of
Kruui ten miles West of Denton
III 1025 Is scheduled to be culled
ut Marlin today
A number of Denton persons
huve been summoned us witnesses
In the case which was sent to
Marlin on a change of venue.
County Attorney Karl Street of
Denton county will assist in the
CHICAGO. Jun. If (ft Three
hundred German veterans of the
World War have bunded together
as the German World War Veter-
ans Association und have taken
steps to become American citizens
Euch of the men who fought for
Germany during the war Is u mem-
ber of the Illinois National Guard.
At ceremonies yesterday David I
Sllllnglaw state commander of the
Ameiican Legion presented the
one time German soldiers with
NEW YOHK Jan. If Six sight-
seers one u young woman were
nuirooiie'il In the observation tower
of the Wool worth bul.Mlngfor ten
minutes yesterday their escape cut
off by the highest blaze the New
York fire department was ever
called upon to fight.
MEXICO CITY. Jan. lf(P- A
dispatch to El Universal from Vera
Cru today said that the doors of
the Ameiican Consulate there were
closely shut yesterday during u
manifestation by communists and
students against the Cuban and
United States governments.
COHSICANA. Texas Jan. If W)
Mike Howard 00 dean of Navar-
ro county politicians vbo died at
the home hia daughter Mrs. E. W.
Bridges In Waco last night will
be bulled here tomorrow.
Breckenridge Public School System
TO GET DOWN
On With Coats When Dan
Takes Oath Of Office
AUSTIN Jun. 1UW-Members of
the Korly Klrst Legislature remov-
ed their coats today and got down
to the serious business of the ses-
sion. Tomorrow they will put their
coats back on long enough foi Gov-
ernor Moody's Inauguration but
this ceremony will not delay the
business of introducing bills pass-
ing them and committee work for
more than a few hour!1.
The House hampered last week
by lack of complete organization
was ready for the appjiutme.it ol
30 of Its regular committees. W.
S. Uarron of Hryan speaker spent
the week-end framing his elates
of commltteemeni Scores of bills
already Introduced are awaiting
Tho Senate opened the week with
the question of the advisability of
Investigating the state land office
before It. Debate on the resolution
was ut Its height when the upper
house adjourned Friday and action
on the measure was expected to-
day. Meantime the barrage' of state-
ments which has marked the oil
lands controversy was unabated.
Senator Joe Moore of Greenville
who Introduced the measure In thu
Senate Issued a statement yester
day characterizing us "Hunk" uny
move to confine thu investigation
of the land office to an examina-
tion of correspondence In the con-
troversy. It had been suggested
that the regular Senate committee
on lands go Into this correspond-
ence. Moore uald thut his resolution
was introduced us a friend of laud
commissioner J. T .ltoblson. He
said there was something behind
the situation which neither the
Legislature nor the public hud
fathomed yel' und that there was
some reason "why several hundred
land patents are being held up un-
signed." ltoblson In u statement yester-
day said that there had been some
misunderstanding of his position
uud that he wus willing for legis-
lative investlgutors or any tnxpuyer
to scrutinize the transactions of
Relative of Lincoln
Dies In California
TURLOCK. Cal. Jun. UM -Miss
Amanda M. Hicks 87 a cou-
sin of Abraham Lincoln died yes-
terday. Kor 22 yeurs she wus con-
nected with Clinton College Clin-
ton Ky and for 10 yeurs of that
time yviis piesldent of the institu-
tion. Painter Suicides
NEW YOHK Jun. lf(P -Because
he suffered from cancer
Emll Kucha 03 famous painter and
sculptor committed suicide by
shooting In his studio yeaterday.
After writing u note to his sister
Heme r-'uehs. the artist fired u bul-
let Into his heart directing his uln.
with the aid of a hand mirror. In
the note Kuchs said he wus u bur-
den to himself and to his surround-
ings and "to live longer would only
mean prolonging my agony."
Prince George 111
LONDON. Jan. H.lP)- Another
patient wus added to the list at
Buckingham !Jaluce"thtf ufternoon
when It was announced that Prince
George youngest son of the king
had a sllgh; cold and was keeping
to his room.
STTtART Klu. Jun. If W)
Tugs today were endeavoring to
float the Gulf Refining company
tanker Trlnldadlan hard aground
on Gilbert's shonls off thin poll.
since last Krlduy.
NACOGDOCHES. Jan. IfJohn
U. Nelson 80 u Confederate veter
an died here last night.
$909000 Short '
Out From Books
ATLANTA. Ga. Jan. 1K;P Di
L. H Christie president of the
Southern Hapilst Home MlsMou
Ilounl announced today thfitncutly
completed audit of the books id
I Union S. Curnes. foimer treasuier.
has placed the ulleged slim tnge In
his nccounts ut 40011.000. Cat ues.
.vlui was arrested In Ciiundu aftei
fleeing from Atlanta scvciul mouths
ago. Is scheduled to go to tilul Keh
12 on charges of embexzleuient.
Indictments upon which the foi-
iner trensuiei will be tried chaige
him with embezzlement of about
$130000 but Sotlcltot General John
A. Hoyklu of Kulton county h-is
unhealed that effoitu will be made
to recovei the full amount
ltij South Warders
The South Wind P. T. A. will be
entertained Tuesday afternoon nt
1:30 ut the school building with u
iirogram given by the pupils.
Band und Instrumental music will
oe accompanied by several song
ncluded In which are the follow-
ns: "Cradle Song" by JohanneB
Brahms; "All Through the Night."
'An Indian Lullaby." by Walter K
Akin; 'Twinkle Twinkle Little
Stai"; "Morning Piayei." by Car-
le Jacobs Uoud.
Copies of the songs have beeji
sent to the mothers of the chil-
li en participating who are urged
o help In memoilIng them.
The little folk uud giownups an
.veil are looking forwnid v.ith
much pleasuie to the entettuln-
uient. Crossing Accident
Fatal To Car Driver
PALMER Texas Jan. lfP -John
Medlock negro was killed
and S. E. Thornton of Trumbull
wus Injured neur heie today when
the southbound Southern Pacific
trulu "Rustler" struck their coupe
ut u grade crossing.
Thornton was taken to a sani-
tarium at Wuxuhuchle.
LEXINGTON Ky. Jun. H.(P-
Johu Will Stoll Of president or
the First und City National Hank
uud former statu senator shot and
killed himself today In the kitchen
jf his residence.
Ill health wus said to have been
the reusou for his uct.
HOME Jan. H(P-Au agrei'ment
has bien reached for solution of the
long pending Roman question by
which the Papacy is giuuted a
small teriltiiiial extension plus an
Indemnity of 1.000.000000 Italian
WICHITA PALLS. Jun. lfP
Wilbur Mathews :.'.. ploye or tile
Wichita Pulls uud Southern rail-
road died In a hospital huie today
from Injuiies received when the
olaun he was piloting crashed near
Stulcy Field on the Henriettu loud
SCALDS TO DEATH
JACKSON. Miss. Jan. ll.fT-
Terienee Plersol 7 years old died
here toduy of burns 'received when
a pot- of boiling water bcalded him
Sunday. He was the son of Mr.
und Mrs. T. V Plersol.
Departmental Probe of Oklahoma Stale
Affairs To Get Underway Late Today
OKLAHOMA CITY Jan. ffiT-was rTleader In the attempted Im-
Legislative Investigation of state peachment ucssiun of 1027 and who
detriments and Institutions In-! was defeated for re-nomination In
eluding the orrice or Governor Hen- the primary election last August
ry S. Johnston will get under way
I.iIa Irwlat u-ltnn Mm flrnl lullnitiiduj
late today when tho flrat witnesses
are called before the House of Rep-
resentatives' committee It was an-
nounced by John Head of McCur-
taln county chairman.
Head said the Governor's de-
partment would be Investigated
. first. He denied that E. P. Hill of
I McAlester veteran legislator who
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i NO "NO" SAYS "SHORTY"
OK THE COMMITTEE
! Not u single 'No'."
j Thai's Ihe repot t today of :
Chulinuiu Eugene better known j
us "Slim ly" Tlymipson nf the j
j flnuuclal eomftilttee of the j
5 Chumher ru Commeice. I
j The committee is now busy
j seeing the citizens about Iheli j
suhscrip;ions to the 10211 budget j
unit no fin has not been turned
j down not even once. j
I As ii lesult "Shoity el till" aie j
I pleased. Juke. Jr. Is pleased. In j
fan Hreck Is happy. I
Let's inlgute. j
Couple Arrested Following
Loss Of $5000 Ring
In Hotel Room
Thanks to tho fast work of John
Kelloy pollen chief hid wholo de-
partment ami J. V Chtjstaln city
comml-iHlonor J. M. Kuyea Fori
Worth business man. Is tnduy
again In possession of a &000 dia-
mond rlnri which war stolen from
his hotel room Sunday afternoon
Blllle Moore Seminole Okla. wo
man Is In the city Jail charged with
the theft of the valuable ring whllo
her accomplice "duly" Campbell
also of Seminole Is being held heie
for the Dallas department of Jus-
tice heads chatged wiUi vlolallll.
the Mann Act.
According to Mr. Kelley the
woman wus cuught Sunday uftei
noon In a service car after u (luce
hour chare. Campbell was ai tested
near the sldo entrance of the
Burch hotel where he waa waiting
to lie Joined by the woman. The
police chief says that Kuyea wns
approached by the woman In his
loom. She udmiied the Hug ou the
man's finger tiled it on uud told
him to "wait u minute" She never
came hack. The man became sus-
picious uud notified filler Kelley
of what hud taken place and the
hunt wus on.
The woman will lie trausfeired
to the county Jail to await furthei
action .while Campbell will he tak-
en to Dallas hy the Dcpat (incut nf
Such tricks am common tit-cording
to Mr. Kelley among the
Jail Nocona Man
NOCONA Jun. Jl.(P! Cail Good-
speed of Nocona was In Jull ut
Montague under charges of murder
today for thu slaying late yester
day of A. R. Couch city marshal.
Gooch it wus uald wan shot to
death while searching for liquor.
Guodspccd uurreudored ut Mon-
tague u few hours later.
Killed In Wreck
MEXICO CITY Jan. ll.lP)-Dis
patches f i oni Guadalajara today
said that Manuel Cam one of thu
chief Insurgent leaders In the stnte
of JalUco hud been killed In buttle
with federal troops. Caro loHt his
life In uu attempt to capture the
town of Tenumaxtlun. Casualties
In the fighting were stated to have
TIRANA. Albania. Jan. ll.C-
Premier Kustu 0tta bus handed
the resignation of lili cabinet to
King Kogu. The insinuation wan
the result of conflicting opinions
on the subject of thu economic
policy of the newly formed king-
dom. would be the prosecuting attorney
fAt- Hi .nmnilttpa Alllinnirli Iia
for the committee. Although he
would not say who would ba retain-
ed In this capacity he uald the an-
nouncement of HIU'j employment
was premature and erroneous. Hill
although admitting that he had
not been retained a.i a prosecutor
said he would alt wjth the commit-
tee as a "legal advisor "
to iii :
IS TAKEN BY
Accident Vict'm ls Also
Added To List Of
Death look ii lull of live llvcx
lot ui Stephtiw i uly us it
l.ithfd heuvlb th 'iiujh liitiil
homes oer the nM xireli-end.
Four ol these i his ver. ut
trihuled to tho llu epidemic
while Ihe older V is the le.ult ol
an automobile :vcclileut occur
ring ou ChrlslnvM eve night.
Tile ile.nl ale- Him. Lucy Ell-
Llndsiy. i:l yem-i old Stepln u
county pioneei Mrs. M. E. Chin
diet. UI. uud 1 resident of Hrc.i.
eniidge for only u mIioiI whili
Jauulti. Ilauleu. ." daughter '
Mi. and Mia. A. A lint dee .
Paths; Im Snndci-i lit year ot.t
oil field wotkei of the I ill I Pool
camp' and .'. i Colvln. . h i
sufreietl a hiohcu hick in mi nuij
accident on Christmas Eve tilehi
The fltst -four worn victims t.i
pneumonia and the flu
Mrs. Lucy Lindsay
Mts j.uoy E. l.lr.'U'ey pnvol
uwey at tho homo of hei (inn j
li. Mercer near llrenliciulilij? lain
The was burled Sunday at -T.0O
p. m. Rev. H. II. Wray pastor of
Assemblies of God Church conduct-
ed the funeral services.
Mrs Lndscy wus born July 2"
1815. ami wus mm i led to J C. Me
vei In 1SG.V She moved to Stephen
county In Ihl7. Soon after Huh
move Mr. M erect tiled leaving lit i
K'ONTlNUEIl ON PAGE TWO-
West Texas Tech
Fund Is Wanted
AUSTIN. Jnn Jl'Vv Ron.ufcnt
for $317.I0.07 In emeigency upptn
piiatlona foi Texas Tech the (Nil
lege in ndiistilal Arts und Not Hi
Texas Agricultural Colleg.i .weri
luld lii-rote th. senate (liuince cum
inlttee liMlay by re prcxcutntlve uf
Dr. P W. I loin f Tech nskei'
rot Slitf.n&l.in foi his llistltutliu
the greater pait of which would l
used for now equipment and ex
penses caused1 by an Increase of -ton
In euiollmeiit. or this amount M
(MM) would be spent for new science
equipment jr.0.000 for new -. etiKl
neering equliiuu-ut and $10i0 fur
new home economics cqulpufTnt
Attend Air School
FORT WORTH Jun. if tJi -Moru
than 25 uuwupapeimen uud
secretaries or Cliiiiubn. or Com
inerco were at living toduy ror the
Texas Alt- Tiunsport Flying school
shoit course today und tomorrow
Actual Hying and Instruction in
moteoiolojy aerodynamics aiipoit
consti tiutloii and management will
ARRESTED AFTER KILLING
MARSHALL Tux.. Jun. tfi
Accused of having slnlri" Ah
Brown u Joplln. Mo. detective and
escaped In the orflcer's automoblh
William C. Miller 2il was nrested
Here yc&ieriluy after an exciting
pin suit through th.
Tho Royal NQh'.hhoi mftet to
Theie .will be u farewell reeep
lion in the basement of First t'hri-
tlun Church tonight mi Hev. und
Mrs S. J. Shettleswoith mid in o
Cluiliman Cook has onlled i
meeting tonight ot the Melcaif Onp
und Hlghwiiy cuiumlttOe or IM
Chamber of Commeice.
There will be tin important bind
ness meeting ut the Y. M. C A
tonight of th'.- Retail Merchuutt
Association. A full attendance of
the membership is urged accord-
ing to an announcemiuit by Sec.
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Adair, A. Garland. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 61, Ed. 1, Monday, January 14, 1929, newspaper, January 14, 1929; Breckenridge, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth70035/m1/1/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.