The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 29, Ed. 1, Friday, January 3, 1930 Page: 1 of 6
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r'a ildj'en and then jrolng
the u'c.de route
TXE LEFT a note traele as death
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elf but It told the itory: "AH
I had ruther be ded. Look In
' He had farod grim poverty.
' iv no way out of It. He dc-
tq send hla children to the
sed land and In onl'r that
t.i.uH I. .v. a giiardltli rroMi-
no nivs styx he placvd a pia-
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n "mil l poverty in mil-
h .ni- .n iurd dls'ricU
in t. ty hoveU In thia
ni '. - . that Timi hua
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burn for in.Hi ti lea
inn tons of coal ex-
ii the gt-OUl .1 in th
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TriSw "f MrAliater dia-ter
was th. '-nth major mine ex-
I 'o.(.n ii th country In 1929.
jr.j..ued w -h a iiit.il o' 13 for
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to 1J per ccrit of tlv
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ip fatalltlea nrc .hie to
wile over half of tin-
. t m the uvenii;.- inch
to rork and cm full
ie miu. H mi'iti life la cheap
iy the ! t
OIXTY nAtept died at McAlaaUr
There were many widows and
riin nrphniia. But the heart of
1 anmuy U not only sound but
f nc Xf To date more than $10.-
000 has been contributed to rdlavo
com. of tho dlatroaaml of those who
i re -orrowlng.
I'UV MONUMENT VOK v
.IAN ANGELO Jan. (UR--Uo)-re
ntatlvea from many West Texas
tow i . will moat hero Fob. 1 to dis-
r iss pUns for erecting a menu-
men' In mentory of the late J. T. I
Hih'nson. land oominlaalonar. A
ie . rial JMvlBMon proliably will
' iui. - i ' f the move-
ItOTKI. VI UK CI.AIMS ONI
f '..IKVBPORT Jan. 3 UiP)
i.i liv. 24. of cnruag rax.-ia.
w '.nally burnod by fbunssj which
t-n floors of the three-
Wy Tullos hotel early today
.aa.iy ether guesta had narrow
rscopee The fire wua dlscos'ered
at 0 a. in.
mz? ej ra me u ex -v hi w a a b bi pi nan HB ' a w v fg? sa && a i& IS of qbx ki 5a Si m iS e Esr fsB
Boslon Citizens And Civic
In Park There
IiOt-TON Cm S UP) Boston
('union nut'irli piiik which Io;mi
v 1 10 tit bin ieus ii met from
rt.-1.1l o'ni Krucmi III!! hud today '
.h ed . i.othi r df-iion-.tiatioii
Iiy cltltens tis.nij to protest
rf-i.r 't .n t the c.n'.deriri In-
i' nipxrnl v.ith ol!u r .-eiie in
day harking hack to the rebellion
of the ' ilon lea H wan perhaps
Just an incident. But l was an in-
i.tent regarded here aa highly In-
tlicttlve of Boston's dissatisfaction
. ith in administration of the pro
h.bltton law nnd In jiaiiicirlBr of
Ita belief that the alaylng or thni
un-runoera by coaat guanla off
Nw Port. U. I last Sunday was :i
i(c.uti.ig poaters placed on tlio '
i in'non by ;hc count guard weie
rrn down j.nil trampled by an sn
y oiowd. Colored plncnrds por
i.nK nd . titnro'ja llfo u' sen were
j-il tioiii then names nnd ton.
1'. i.y n'tlcer Geo.Kf Iltlgss. in
' UK.- of thf iociu.iIiik Htund wnJ (
hltmelf altui ked in he tried to pio
. il..-. )oat
v 11 guuid officials termed the
crowd a action "an Intuit to the
American flag end one of the best
- n the United 3tatea."
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.IIP IIDLU IEIICUALI I1UU IL111
rtTirrtnt under the law to order th
lying of crlspua uttacks William
II. Mitchell chairman of the pro
test meeting said three men were
..v .- uiiuin in Newport Hatbor
last Sunday pioinlng umlei the
ufMft ot itulliorlty.
. 1.ni.1.l..lA .A.k. I l.n lKnl
": """i'S'T ' . ''" S' .;:1
. n h -l7i i L m 1 Daniel president; E. P. Bell first
ui'uui ihrougnout the country i . . '. . .' ... '
under cimitiir cwiditlons. When vlce-picsldcnt Dr P. C. Wray sec-
tarlt wholnale murder .talks a- nd vice-president; Elvln lllton.
boatxl under the protection rff any "rd.u x1pce S!?!1?0U:IlIfilleT a
law. In God-8 tutma repeal that law. . yth. Tall T vrlster; Blalto John
Champloni of Ju.tlco wore navtr n- "" TTan1"' Ross A- STlth'
u mora than now." tnnt.f U?n ?nmu' socrot:u'
Conrad W. Crocker general coun- '"ey w- Hardy; directors arc:
.U .o. tho liberal civic league ))-a- t?J' t- 1Al?on' H
brandol hoatawnln Cornell Whol Mlr. H. H. Ttrunmoll. Ilugo Plath
. in ennnte of the conat iruarrt
craft that fired an the Hltick Duck
in a "miserable akunk."
' We ure not hei o to defend rum-
runner" reptesentntlvu John J
. jii.'i(iF4 declared. "We are hero
in piotest against the action of n
foleial department attempting to
. nforeo an unenforceable law
We are hore to enforce the com-
o: Uid Thou Shalt Not
Kormei ilayor John V Itlger
1 turned the shootings "murder-
ous." Echoes Of Famous
Murder Case Are
Heard Once More
pchos of the
Jan 3. UR--Sordld
trtal were heard re-
iplejy tolay us prospective Jurors
weru questioned In the trial of
Samuel Howard Dorr. Insurance
aalaainan charged with murdering
William O'BrVm conductor-clerk.
There are so many murders I
can't remembr which Is which"
was the apoloRotlc answer of one
venireman when asked if he had
to-meet an opinion He was XV. B.
i mleraon. a salesman. He came to
Chicago from London Engluud.
.if O'Brien soon to become a
mother abondonod her sweetheart
ua he had abondoned her when she
tried at first to nssumo blame Al-
though she will not testify against
Dorr according to lawyers' plans.
t they Indicated It was to save her-
self rather than Dorr.
j Examination of venireman elicit-
ed auBwcrtr paralleling those in the
questioning or jurors in the trial
of Judd Gray and Huth Syndic
executed In New York for the iiluy-
Ing of hrr husband.
I'Otm CHURCHES MOLD
si:uvicr.s r.ou riiii; victims
PAISLEY. Scotlnnd Jan. 3. (U.PJ
Tho small white coffins of 50 uf
the victims of tho Glen Clncmn fire
wore boriivj to tholr graves todny
aftor brlof services at four church-
es. Helis tolled nt the churehos and
flag wero at half-mast tnroughout
Two of the victims of the panic
wre burled yesterday und 18 oth-
er will be burlid tomorrow.
I.KT IIIIIDGU CONTRACTS
DALI.AS Jan. 3. UJ Additional
rootracU wero being lot today for
ecostruouoo. or tit kock island
Railroad's $500000 concrete nnd
stvnl bridge across tho Trinity Rlv-
or near here. Actual constnrctlon
already has started.
Tiihutin ti . will n..t bfl.t:!.'
the honor they rightfully hiiv.-
rnuiMl tl.N year In the t.it
hiKi school football rare wll
be paid the 1029 Kucknioo nnd
their coaches. I" 12 Shntwell.
Itavmond lleriy and John Pat-
ton tonight at a banquet hem;
Mponsor.nt by the chatnber of
The crid banquet will atart at
even o'clock. It will be held in
the anacious and hlRhly deco-
rated Y M. C A. R.vmnaalum.
Coach I. 13 Shot well haa
molded the jjreuteo; t'.'stn e'. r
had In ISlerkenrlilK to thoae
in chiui;!' of this banquet hav'i
e'rted thennelves to niiike
M. E. Daniel Heads Civic
Organizat'on Fcr The
Next 6 Months
The new year for the Brecken
rldjo Lions Club got under way to
day at noon with
new officers ln
tailed and pledges made by the
new administration to carry on the
civic work for which the club
stands. Now officers will direct
the club for the next six months
The new admlnlstiatlon la made
up of the following officers: M. e
" """ "
XV. O ClogB la the retlilng pres-
dent rf the club Aftei taking the
president's chair Mr Daniel stated
lis "platform" or his proposed club
nolicy und then announcoil n com-
plete list of new committees for the
iew year Thesti will be announced I
o the public lulei
Butntalnnient foi tixlay s m t-
ni wq fuini-.tul by a Intt.ng .md
ialnK trio mnpiuipd of "Slick"
Rabcni 1.'II Wuhlfmd and Don-
ald Ktearn. E lllnilchs rendoied
JI I lUSl S iJUUn
b 01' Third Mail
GONZALES. Jan. 3. (U.R) Author-
ities hero today wore searching for
a third man believed to hae par-
ticipated In the gun battle Wednes-
day night that brought death of
two veteran police officers.
J S Tate 71 pioneer night
watchman and Deputy Sheriff A. C.
Suiciding were found dying In an
alloy bohlnd a bank. Both told con-
One bullet hole smaller than tho
others was found In Tate's body.
lending officers to advance tho the-
ory that a third person was Impli-
cated. Heavy Sentence
SAN ANTONIO Jan. 3. (U.P.X
Tho lienvlett sentence cver Imposed
In ti West Texas court for violation
of Iho liquor laws has been aasrsscd
against Romero Domlnguez who
pleaded guilty Judge Duvnl West
Domingucz was sentenced to five
years in the penitentiary' d fined
$R00. Ho wna fiontenced to serve a
year and u day In 11)27 for lala-
tion of the federal narcotic act.
SCHOOL ROY DIRS FROM
GAS I'OISON AND SHOTS
LOS ANGELES Jan. 1. CtUii - A
brief note and memories wore all
that remained today In the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chaves of San
Dltnas to tnko the place of a 15-
son who shot himself to
death bcaautfu he did not like
The boy's body was found In tho
bathroom of tho homo ycst.rday.
Ho had turned on tho gas nnd Ihon
Bitot himself with a rifle. A noto In
the boy hand road:
"Well goodbye. Tell Gran and all
tho rest that I said goodby
wish you all the beat wishes
To Be Honored By
At Banquet Tonight
It the ijrraleJt one of trti K.nd
ever held here
At noon today apjiioxlmnre-
y 300 tltkus had b"en bcuiht
for the oocaslon The sale of
tickets wus stopped at thu time
in oixlpr that nrranRPinent-s
roulit be definitely made to
caie for everyone.
A program has been nrrnnsrid
that will not bo draBgln? yet
will not l"" "flipplah" through-
out. J. II. Sandefer Jr. Will
act na tcaatmastur. The 15
Iiurkaroo .squadrncn who will
be present will hav-. nothlnj; to
do hut cat and be entertained
anil honored They will not be
embarnnsed by belns called
Kepi By Smoker
Denver. Colo. Jan. 3 (U.R) -13llly
Howatd. the nutlon'j
voungast smoker so far has kept
his New Yqar's resolution.
Billy who is three yeaia old
tesolvid not to smoke during
Koi two years he has sinok
ed--ptefctably a corn-cob pipe
It was the family physician
who stiuted Hilly smoking. The
lad auffutud from Insomnia. The
physician said tobacco might
cute him It did hl.s puienU
So Much He
Takes It Off
Search !. underway for n
man answering to the name of
G. C. Crowley who Is nlleged
to have stolen tl tadlo valued at
$200 from the Kcvft-Gnirison
The mnn recently called on
the local radio firm nnd re-
quested that a tadio be sent to
his ronm for demonstration.
Mr. Ketfer delivered the ma-
chine to the mjdiess on West
Williams street at 3:20 p. m
By six o'clock of the same af-
ternoon Crowley and the tadlo
Indefinite clues are being fol-
lowed by tho local officers. At
present tho wherenhoutjs of tho
man 1: unknown.
ji itoaa nanus
AUSTIN. Jan. 3. U.P Cltv Man
nBcr Carr nnu Citv Attorney Rouer
or t-ort worm nre ner;. toiray sun-
lng approval of Issuance of JSOO.OOO
city of Fort Worth bonds that were
voted last year. They denied specif
lcally that they had come to Austin
either In connection with n city gas
raty dispute or the gasoline supply
plan adopted by tho city of Fort
Worth. A ruling on the city's plan
of buying tax free gasoline In Ok-
lahoma and shipping it to Fort
Worth Is pending In tho Attorney
General's Department. Assistant
Attorney General R. M. Tlltey who
handles gasoline questions hns
been in San Antonio representing
tho State in school litigation there
TANAGER BIVLANE PASSES
QUALIFYING I'LANE TESTS
NEW YORK Jan 2 (U.R)-The
Cuttlss Aeroplane nnd Motor Com-
pany whose Tanager biplane was
the only one of 27 entrants to pass
I all qualifying tests will reccivo tho
$100000 first prize In tho Interna-
tional safe aircraft competition held
by tho Daniel Guggenheim fund
for. the promotion of ncronautics.
Tho Tanager. held to be the ncar-
est thing to a 'foolproof" craft yet
I made Is u three-seat cabin plane
with radial motor wing slots wing
flaps and a new "floating" ulleron
at the tin of tho lower wing
VOX FILM COMPANY
FACES A UKCEIVKRSIIir
NEW YORK. Jan. 2(1' I'l Threats
of receivership for the vast Fox
Film Corporation wero made today
' by Stanley M Lazarus counsel for
the Class A stockholders protective
committee who ndded that th.j sit -
uatlon In tho Fox Film Corpoco -
tlon and Fox Theaters Corpoiatlon.
docs not look encouraging. j
Todny's action followed forma-j
tlon of the protective committee
loveral wnoka ago and brought to
I a climax reports in financial circled
i that a receivership was Imminent
upon to sp. .k V tlf. r I") t'line.
of Wichita Fa'U sportsman
and philanthropist. has th.-
n.ui. patt uf t'lnight's pioKram
Tickets for the banquet W';e
sold for one dollar Although
this price will not be enoiiKh to
pay for the expenses of the
banquvt. chamber of commen
officials will make up the ie-
mainder In order 'hat the price
would bo a "popular" one Men
women nnd children from eveiv
walk of life will be a'l'.i
around the banquet table to-
night hon.'iititr the group of
boya who cart led the colors of
Hieck Hi further Into the state
football i.ice than any o h -r
group had ever donv
IN JAIL HERE
Charged With Strl; Li One
Car And Tr::k; W
An alleged car theft ring of five
men three of wh6m live in Breck-
enrldg0 and the other two la Has-
kell County was completely round-
ed up last night with the arrest of
two of the five by the local sher-
All of the men are In thc county
jail charged with theft according
to Sheriff Sayle. All have confessed
to the crimes charged against
them Sheriff Sayle add'jd.
Tho last two of the quintet ar-
rested wore John Smith and Buster
Frazzell of this city. George Smith
and Alton and AugU3t Salter werv
arrested earlier In the week. Tho
two Smith boys are brothers as arc
the Salter pair whllo Frazrjll is
said to bo a relative of the Smith
The five men arc charged with
the theft of one automobile and n
truck from which thuy are alleged i
to have taken aecossoilos and dis-
posed of them In Mln'rnl Wells I
The accomplice hns not been ni-1
rested Sheriff Sayle said. I
liurncd In Blaze
Of Unknown Origin
STAMFORD Texas Jan. 3. (I'l')
A fire of undetermined origin
which had gained headway boforo
it was discovered gutted two build-
ings hert today with an estimated
loss of $30000.
Four firemen were burned. They
were treated nt an emergency hos-
pital All will recover.
Lylu'.s Economy store and tho
Stamford American a weekly
newspaper plant wero dostroyed by
the flames and the buildings laid
In ruins. Tho entire stock of thv
grocery store was cither burned or
spoiled while water and smoke
damaged tho presses and equip
ment Irr the newspaper office.
The firemen still were fighting
the flames at 11 o'clock. Thu fire
first was discover td nt 8 Its origin
has not been determined. Tho loss-
es were covered by Insurance-.
To Appeal Case
EASTLAND Jan. 3 (U.PJ Atlor-
neys for Clyde Thompson convict-
ed for the mm dor of Luelan Shook
and given thn death penalty today
reiterated tholr staten.onts that
they would fllo for an appeal.
Thompson's motion for a now
trial wan overruled yesterday by
Judge EI70 Been. Eighty-Eighth
district court. Thompson was given
the death penalty last year- but an
appeals court tovoraed nnd romund-
od the cuso. A death votdlct re-
sulted from the trial last Novem-
ber. W'.WM) FIRE
BRYAN Jan. 3. (U.PJ Flro horn
yesterday dontroyed two stores with
subsequent loss to stock and build-
in eth nl S22.C0O. It was covered bv
maurnnc0i 0viicm said. Origin of
tj0 jiaz was undetermined
ALBANY. N. Y. Jan. 3. U.P-
Edgar S Jennings has resigned a
warden of Auburn prison and his
rcgUnatlan has been ace pted. Dr.
j Raymond F. C. Klcb commissioner
of corrections announced today.
Whllo a coast guard. tUUr tocl; anplanca to s.rateglc points some of
Canada's best aviators were preparing to loin the search for Carl Ben
I Elelson famous Alaskan pilot who hat been missing since Nov 0
.Members of the Canadian -earchmg lai' 'hown her.'- aie. No 1
I Captain B W Bioat-h noted Do i. nion fly 1 1 ; No 2 Captain II. A
I Oaks illiectoi of th. Ncrthern Acm.U MinciaU Llxplorution Ltd; No
3 Pat Held one ot the organization'. - ..t pilcti; No -I O F Mews
who w.u lout himself lor 10 days in t'..e wilds of ntrtliern Manitoba
i this sunitnei ; No ft type of FairchHil tu.tvpoit plrne equipped with
sk' 'which Is. b-lng used In the hunt
Two Sons Of Deceased At -
Funv-ial services for R L. Audi r--ton
SO were held today ot 3 on p
in trom the Vault ain Chapel tin
Rev. F B. McDowell conducted thr
icrumony. The body of the deeeis-
.d was interred in the local ceme-
tery. Anderson died Tueulny Dceom-bor-
31 at nlno o'clock at the Med-
ical Aits Hospital.
Ho was survived by hU wife nnd
four children; two daughters Mrs.
Morlo Todd WollievlHv O ; Edith
Anderson Huntington XV. Va ; two
sons C. L. Anderson Sweetwater
and C. R. Anderson Cincinnati
The two sons C. L. and C R
Anderson attendrd the fune.nl of
DETROIT Mich Jan 3 (L P -Substantial
prlc. reductions on tin-
new 1030 Chevrolet i?ixei to In-
shown tomorrow wen- anno i '-d
today by XV. S. Knudsm president
and general . '.nager of the Cln v-
rolvt Motor Company II m- pile.-
of $625 current in 1920 will b( rut
to $10. in the new 1930 files with
parallel reductions all aloiv i
lino of passenger und comme.i ii
car models Knudsen bald. i
The new low price was nurtt '
possible it wns explained been
of Chevrolet's record olume in
1020 when 1360000 ci-s were built
The prloe cuts of from $25 to j.'O
make thB new price rangi- : i in
S385 to $fi76. compared to 1!2H
pricos of $100 to $725.
CLOSING HOTEL ROOMS
I CHICAGO Jan. 3. UR -R ...ins
No. 1 2 nnd 3 nt the Paik Ma i.n
' hotel must r main vactnt until
j 1031 under Federil injunetion b.
e"'"B u buotl-gt .)ctiii d ''
. Although no padlocks were p'ar
ud on tiro doors the k.ys weu- -I
on out of the rack In the 1 li
Tho Injunction wis 'i.in'.'d I
Federal Juilgt Caipenti aft.' .
ruling by the tH-.tr ict itu p. i
hotels aro Just aj respor.s J1V
I other building owners whon tb.'-y
I rent quarters to bootleggers.
'.i.a cm I' or liioii'-si
I TEACHERS SAT.
. inslilute js Fourth Of The
The four tli ol a .
t( achei -. till. .ill
th h ' ii ol n'l .' - i
aci o:d! if i . M. 'I -n 1
intent1 . ' to puiu i hm i-.
Tli i i 'ii i on. il t ii '
have .lit aii Dei n lit nl aril a
one will '.i In Id ilui.n. Hi.
tet n of iln ol Mi H ill .ml
Eveiy t'.uhei In Ihe local 7ubllr
sc-hf ol . w II tali- p." in t . in--tilu.
Spti al attention . 11 be
. 1 i at
1 1 1 lay
l.n 111 :
.1 Kit n.i
j t i . i
fit li i
. a ii'i-i
- will eitln
giadi - i
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Coi!?re rman'x II if?
(n Septus Condition
ATSt; J n j i i .v i H
Laiihin wile of Coil) . inan
Lui.h i..i is i In h ciltn-ul ( . .' Ion
at the home of her mi tin i li to-
day Mrs. Lanhiim svis lnni t to
Austin last spring fiom W.i I Ins
ton In the hope that i i . t - i
the TV-id dim .te wou'd aid h r In
l-'si-iti'ig an a'ticlt of turn it- trou-
ble For a timi shi impi. s .1 but
itti i'l has had a r.lipa Corr-
M( '-l.un La.ltutll la l.L.v a.SO
One Killed In
DALLAS Ian 3 (U Pi Oru
'.oil s n kill. I nnd mivi ot1'
juied tn aut mobile a cidents
1 I't. i
ind e.nly today
.lldlne Asppiiiiiu t 17.
she was t lit. i In tin
'i i fi u tun il sl.ull Th..
Ki ll SV 1 1 lill'l" -s It 11
' ( 'miii 1 1 illi s. n ..
i H icn
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Hodges, Wesley D. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 29, Ed. 1, Friday, January 3, 1930, newspaper, January 3, 1930; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth71027/m1/1/: accessed November 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.