The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 49, Ed. 1, Monday, January 27, 1930 Page: 1 of 4
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VOL. 10 NO. 49
1JUEC M-NRIDf.E. STEPHENS COUNTY TEXAS. MONDAY JANUARY 27 1930
PRICE f CENTi-l
Deep Water Port
Dal lot Hecount
TS &ROWN8VILLK to be n deep
water port Is there n channel
for deep sra vessels for the float-
ing of drvp water ships from the
water of the gulf through ;he
waters of the river channel to the
TOWRIl Rio Orande Vallev has
- been Reeking a 25 foot harbor
Now thy board of army engineers
ntta recommended a SS foot pro
ject nnd thi channel will be diu-j
ened through Brazos Sanliaxo I'm '
connecting with both the Urowni-
vllle and Point Isabel project.
rpOTAL cost I animated at Jt -
700.000 nd lower Valley capital-
ist and tux ptycrs will supply $2-
17S.000 nnd federal aid will supply
the remainder Texas ha the long-
est coast line of any American
TEXAS la very cloo to the Ian-
A amu canal. Tvxas has a string
of gulf port harbors that are crow-
ing by leap and bounds. Texas has
n future that Is more than dazzling
to men of vision who read and
ND Texans In their senatorial
and representative districts this
x should draft the vory ablest
I constructive trained citizens as
law maktr In order that the 42nd
legislature may enact constructive
economic laws for the empire and
Its Cf000000 population.
frHIS should lj the hour of con--
atrur.tlve men In the public ser-
vice of the Lone Star common-
wealth. 'TWERE Is to be a recount of tho
ballot In the McClosky-Wurz-bach
election contest. Wurzbar.h
fought the recount to a finish. Mc-
Closky and hi attorneys clamored
for & recount. Well why not a re-
count? If th ballot Is the thing.
then a recounting of the ballots
cast In the 14th congressional dis-
trict In 192S shoutd tell somo of
GEN. Jorjph It. Grundy of Penn-
sylvanla made the bald state-
ment that the early fathers tho
frame ra of the constitution -node
serious blunder when they draft-
ed th-j document.
rriua all-wise cx-klng of the lob-
m t by and bagman for republican
Jmpnicn cnraui woum nave m
natfc reductd to thu position of
tpelJouse of Lords of the British
Kmplre possessing veto power but
i)enie4 the right to participate In
th- enactment of laws
CEN GRUNDY Is at least honest
Ih the expression of his views.
Indeed the old feudal system
which prevailed In England 100
years ago would be wvlcomed by
the all-wise senator from the Quak-
er state as the best of all systems
In the handling of men and meas-
ures. 'T'lJIS would enable the very few
elect to make all the laws and
enjoy all the emoluments and the
very mny to stave from the cradle
to the grave The famous bagman
will be a candidate for election to
the senate this year and It is a
good betting proposition that ho
will make the landing.
TTE IIAS the steel and coke kings
" behind him. He ha his fellow
manufacturers behind him. And
he will have the frderal and stata
machines behind him. There s a
Grundy In the senate and there is a
TORAH represents the American
--4"tlr !! If for ho constitution
iAbe fathers and he does not be-
Tiv that the frmmers of the con-
stitution wer n cotttrie of blund-
erers) or "the sons of wild Jack-
asses." $50000 Damage
ExempU?y damages totaling
J50.000 ure being asked tn a civil
ult started this morning In the
90th district court by the survivors
of Roy Et Dunn hi widow Mrs
Roy E. Dunn and two minor chil-
dren -and the parents of Mr Dunn
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunn. The
Magnolia. Petroleum company Is
the defendant In the damago suit
The case Involves the death of
Roy E. Dunn in 1925 when ho was
caught In & belt at Magnolia
Petroleum company plant. Suit
wu filed in 1927 but has never
before been argued In court
This Is Election
Year. Pay Your
Poll Tax Now
Only Four More Dajs
To Get Vote
Court Action Would
AID MAY NOT
Validity of Approprialion
Act Contested By
- . . . . Ill
u tuui i iiL'iiun liiMlKiiietl .
by Judge .Minor oi the nlty-
Seventh district court in San
Antonio which would prohil-
i't the State Hoard of Educa-
tion by enjoinment fro.n
spending any part of the $"-
000000 5-ot aside by the State
Legislature for rural school
aid holds true ten Stephens
county sciiools will be sorelv
handicapped according to
Mi's. Millie Dlackbum coun-
Judge Minor has enjoined the
Educational Board from spending
any of the money on the grounds
that tho legislation Is void In that
It docs not take cure of schools
having less than 20 pupils.
Not only would thesc ten schools
lose more than $5000 In State r.ld
funds but most of the Institutions i
would be required
to cut short
their school terms by one or
two months for tb-a lack of oper-
ating funds Mrs. Blackburn add-
rd. Thcsa schools receive $5698
each year from the state Mrs.
Blackburn said. Four of the coun-
ty's largest schools each tecelvn
$1000 n year.
Approximately 1000 students
would bo effected by such action.
In addition those .rural pupils
who have been coming to the
Breckenrldge high school without
having to pay their transfer tui-
tion would br. effected also Mrs.
Blackburn said. These students
would then have to pay this tul-
tlon end there would no doubt be i
great many students who could not
afford this expense. Approximately
13000 Is paid foi rural tuition at
til. Breckvnrldge school.
Mrs. Blackburn said that there
was not n school In Stephens coun-
ty with less than 20 pupils She
added that by cooperation with
each rural community the grade
among the schools of tho county
hail been raised to th extent that
there wasn't a school running lois
than seven months. Onlv ono out
of the ten schools rtcelvlng stnto
aid runs less than the regular nlno
State school lnp?ctora come tierr
sometime In March to Inspect and
recommend the needed state aid.
If Judgo Minor's action Is carried
out the Inspector will not mikn
his regular visit nnd cnntoucntly
the slate school fundi will not ar-
rive AUSTIN. Tex.. Jan. 27. (U.PJ-A
House nnd Senate coalition to de-
mand submission of rural school
and other educational finances be
fore any prison legislation is act
ed itvon was In formation ns the
second week of the fourth called
session of the legislature opened.
Senator Tom Pollard of Tyler
litis called a meeting of the Senate
Finance Committee for this after
noon to cinbldcr educational needs
and the rural school situation re-
sulting frum a court decision at
San Antonio that tho present J5.-
000.000 runl school aid approprla-'
lion is void
The House Educational Commit-
tee has alw been called to meet
this afternoon Inviting Into the
conference state school superinten-
dent S. M. N Marr and officials
of the rural aid dlvWion of tne
State Educational Department
Prediction was freely made that
no prlsen legislation will get by
I House nnd Senate conference com
mittees .iniu uovernor .Moooy sud-
mlta educational legislation
For iMissing Pilot
IJV8 VEGAS. New. Jan. 27 (URV-
Western Air Express will pay from
$3000 to J 10000 for Information
leading to the discovery of Maury
Graham mail pilot lost In a bliz-
zard 17 days ago.
lunuuni oi me rewnru win uei
baseed on tho length of time re.
quired to find the aviator after
the Information Is given officials
of the company for which he flew
Only two of the 41 planes In the
search for Graham remained today
In the mountainous Teglon. Tho
others bod returned to their bases
Lei lev Writer Is
Soiifjhl By Police
BOSTON. Jon 27 (.& A tall
slim very handsome young man.
"of the c-ollegc type" was yought
by pollco today as the author or
"poison pen" letters nnd telegram
to the homo of Donald McKay
Krost attornoy. threatening ruin to
the reputation of hla 18-year oM
dauglttw. Mnry Rycrson "if JS.fHKj
were nut paid.
Mrs Josephine Baldwin tele-
graph opeintor at the Copley-l'lnza
Hotel gave the description to po-
lice One of the telegrams was
' tl1 III-" I 11.1 VI . I V . .1. IV .l
TOP OIL SAND
p. r 1 i
ilklahnnia l.llV rmf lir0rS
Plan Active Campaign
In This County
I Indications that n nrw and rich I
oil nrodncipf center mlcht bo un-
I covered In Stephens countv comes
In he announcement tint tho Uni
versal OH and Gns Comnnny of
uxmnoma uiy uma . wnien re-
centlv started operations In thl"
cotintv has sunk n bit Into piy
sand In their first test well on the
J. Qulncv Corbett rinch about 11
miles northeast of Caddo.
Pay wis struck at 3700 feet but
after obtaining a good nil show-
ing tcsjethcr with 200.000 - cubic
feet of gas the well was abut In
until storage facilities could be
placed on the ground. The- oil
tests 42 gravity nccon'lng to the
Officials of the University Oil
nnd CJns Comnany nre now here
looklnir after tholr Interest They
ro: Garfield Crawford execut'vo
vlco president: II. A. Kroecer vice
president and James E. Dunn pro-
Accordlntr to th officials of this
company possibilities or tne cor-
bett ranch tost are very fnvomhle.
and although Urn test la located In
an ara generally known for Its
gas production a good producer is
exoected from this firt test A
l.r."" " " v". ."""." ".y "'.two weeks ago and physicians at I
sprond 'st Is being drilled on the wrecked on the eastern coast of
W A Corbott ranch which nd-1 Siberia.
loins tho J. Qulncv lind The Ok- ..Wq nlul iopeu- for the best"
lnhoma company has enproximne- ne cijer Elelson told the United
ly 7.000 ncres of land In this Inv pree3( but I guess theie Isn't any
mediate territory tinder loue n"wnape now."
vpmenicanIgn In Stephens
Two locations wore uue 10 ne
spotted this week on the J. .
The ncarost production to the
well just romolctcd Is three miles
awnv on tho Hughes tract
Tho Universal company has
production In Comanche county
and Is now drilling a teat there
which Is expected ' he finished
this week. They own n gasscr In
Omy county nnd their production
extends Into Oklahoma nnd Knn-
sai. 29 Bcina Tried
On Liquor Charges
CHEYENNE. Wyo Jnn 27. (li.R)
William C. Irving former Btate
law enforcement commissioner nnd
28 co-defendants went to trial to
day charged wltli conspiracy to
violate the national prohibition
Heading the list of government
witnesses was Gov. Frank C. Emer-
son. Never before In tho history
of Wyoming had n governor been
subpoenaed to testify in u federal
Irving nnd the co-defendants are
charged with having opcrnted a
etntcwlde liquor graft during his
term of office. He resigned his
offlco Dec. 1. 1928 and woa indict-
ed the following spring.
WELJNGTOV Jan CluU
bLIJNGTO.N Jan. 27 .I1.P
Tho board of education of the
mn tn4 LtlinAI liniMIL'
1tAltl nirtt InilnnAHflAnt I)urWkl ll.
V I'll MIK tUll IHUlTJV44U-tU iwM (
trlct has ordered u $55 000 bond I
election to be hold Feb. 8 for the;
purpose of securing funds for the
erection of additional school fa-
cilities. DISCUSS CHURCH MEETING
DALLAS Jan. 27. (U.P The com
mittee of 300 making plans for
the general conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church South
to bo held here In May will have
a special meeting hero tonight to
discuss arrangements for tho scs-
CriBDle Rural Schools
Airplanes Drop Food Fuel
to Marooned Families;
All Cared For
VINCENNES Ind . Jan. 27 (U.R -Airplanes
again pushed out over
the flooded und frozen lowlands
of the Wabash and White Rivers
todoy tn curry food and medicine
to the last of the marooned suf-
Almost all of the isolated fami-
lies have been" reached with sup
plies whose fate was uncertain.
Relief efforts were concentrated
on the Claypool hills district of
the lower White River where ma-
cases of Illness were reported
amonir the marooned.
i no nuiieriTs in tne o.ner inun-
dated districts have secured food
from airplanes. Thlrtv-seven per-
sons marooned near OrvMle have
received their first supply of food
nnd fuel since they were trapped
by the flood.
Paulina Wltsmnn 19 who is suff-
ering with pneumonia was taken
to Hozelton yesterday after she
had been driven across four miles
of Ice In a motor truck Sho has
been 111 since the flood started '
.. . -.. nnn nP I
."'. -Tw " r r I
With relief scheduled for the re-
malnder today cltlrens of the ter-
rltory began looking Into the fu
ture laying plans to strengtnen
levees before the usual flood wa-
ters are released by the streams of
the district In March.
Hope For His
Is Given Up
HATTON N. D. Jan. 27. (UP.l-
Hope that his flier-son Carl Ben
Elobson had survived an airplane
crush In tho fnr north faded In
the household of Ole Elclson his
father today with a wireless mes-
k.ti'm telllnir of flndinir the airplane
ul"are5 In "the wtes of tho
northtand. the elder Elelson had
j. n3 nopoa wjti the knowl-
cjge that his son was the most
experienced of Atctlc fliers and
his disappearance would be only a
matter of time until the flier
wnlkcd out to safety
Elelson's father 65 years old
said ho hoped he could go to the
scene of his son's disaster but
feared he did not have the means.
Finishing touches on the large
Metcalf Gap highway sign which
advises motorists to keep to tho
north loop of the Bankhead High-
way has been completed accord-
ing to Rny B. Leach C. C. secre-
tary. The sign has been placed at the
eait end of the M-jtcalf Gap cutoff
road and Is about 50 feet wide
making It cajlly seen at all limes.
Tho wording on the sign tells the
traveler that he can save 8 mllos
nnd 31 minutes by taking the north
loop to Abilene and El Paso.
0. E. S. Members To
Attend Caddo Chap.
Members of tho Stephens Chap-
tor. Order of the Eastern Star
will meet nt th Masonic Hall
Tuesday evening nt six o'clock to
f Caddo to
I . ... . ..
There will be plenty of cars;
everybody Is urged to be at the
hall prepared to go to Caddo.
To Have Banquet
Men of tho First Presbyterian
Church will bo entertained Wed-
nesday evening at 7:30 p m. In
tho church with a Fellowship ban-
fjuet All men of the congregation of
the church arc invited to attend.
Will Your Child
Act Like This?
XKW YORK .Jan. 27. (U.P.V-
Educators of Columbia Univer-
sity hur drawn u picture iif
the perfect child.
According to their ideas some
of tho qualities or the perfect
miiigstir f from two to h.x
(ioes to school willingly.
Knows n funny story when
hi" hears one.
Knocks down little girls who
snatch his hut.
Hangs up his clothes without
Sometimes pretends he Is u
flrc engine of u bear.
Can lace his own shoes and
tie u bow.
Say "please." and "thank jou"
Voluntarily shakes hands If
ho likes jour looks.
Acccptn punishment without
Can blow his own nose.
Delegates From Five Cities
To Be Visitors
"c"-su"u.":l u'""-aL"""" '
Delegations representing Wlchltn
Falls Archer City Olnoy New
ast ' ra?am WI" arrv n
Breckenrldge abou 3:30 ; p.m. Tum-
day on the belated "good will" tour
celebrating the recent opening of
the Breckcnrldge-Wichlta Falls
highway No. 67.
There will be approximately 300
people In the "good will" party ac
cording to Ben J. Dean president
of the Chamber of Commerce and
G. P. Daniel chairman of the C
C. highway committee who with
Sectetary Ray B. Leach have
planned an appropriate reception
for the visitors. This party was
scheduled to make their tour last
Tuesday but bad weather caused
its postponement. The trip will go
through tomonbw providing un-
forseen obstacles do not appear.
Mr. Dean and Mr. Daniel have
asked that local citizens meet the
motor caravan nt Ivan tomorrow
afternoon to escort the visitors Into
town. Those going to Ivan should
lcavc hero not later than 2:15 p.
m. these men say.
Tho road party will come Into
Breckenrldge enmasse and will go
I directly to the City Hall where a
short program will be held. Mayor
Chnrlc. II. Clark and Ben J. Dean
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will respond for the visitors. In ad
dition to the short talks a peppy
stage skit will be given by the
Following the City Hall recep-
tion the visitors will scatter out
to mingle with local business men.
A 35 piece band being brought by
the Wichita Falls group will glvo
short concerts on tho street corn-
ers. Tho party will be In Brecken-
rldge about two houts altogether
nnd Breckenrldge Chamber nf
Commerce heads urge local citizens
to glv0 them a splendid reception.
both on the streets and at the City
May Smoke Under
AUSTIN Jan. 27. tU.R) Women
prisoners In tho state prison will
be permitted to bmoke under
terms of a resolution drafted by
Rep. Harold Kayton and circulat-
ed in the house today. A compan-
ion resolution provides that pris-
oners with clear records shall bo
permitted to rend newspapers
which now are kept for them
In Two Deaths
HONOLULU Jan. 27. U.R
Three children were killed and two
Injured in floods In tho Kona Dis-
trict originating with a cloudburst
starting Saturday night.
Rains so filled tho reservoir near
the Holualoa schoolhouse that It
burst letting loose an avalanche
of water which roared down the
mountain side laying waste every-
thing In its path.
The Holualoa church was com-
pletely demolished. Dozens of other
buildings were wrecked. Many
acres of coffee trees were destroyed.
Bandit Trapped After Shooting- Two
j?SRr5sibw - .. i i? Ill !o.
The cap ure of Walter Cimble viuthfil bandit pictured above
right cost the 1'fc of on- jan nrd re ulted in Mie serious injuiy of
another in the crowd of citizens w o chiscd h.ni after he had held
up and robbed a gtorciy store at Belleville N J Trapped in an si
ley. ho had tume 1 and hot dwr- tw j of h s pu-suer- Questioned
by Poui"e Chief Mihid J Flynn shv.n " t-e 1 :t Oimble is s.ad
to have confessed other hld up3 li asifrn ci'i.'s
0. J. Wood 79. "Father of Woodson"
Dies At His Residence Sunday A. M.
O. J. Wood 70 plonci.-r citi-
zen of Woodson died Sunday
morning nt his residence nt
6:15 after n several months Ill-
ness. II0 was born May I 1K"().
Mr. Wood settled In Woodson
In 1875 coming there from
Halls County Mo. Tho town
of Woodson which was named
after him. was established In
later jenrs on his ranch prop-
erty. Ho has been n consistent
member of tho Flrijt jChrlstlun
Church nil his life nnd for 40
years was superintendent of
tho Sunday School of thn
Woodson church. As n churcft
liiyintm ho conducted the fici-
rrul services of hundreds' of cit-
izens who passed nwiiy during
bis lifetime. He was th. origi-
nator of the Northern Texas
camp meeting which for 2(1
j ears was nn annual crii( cov-
ering more tluin 20 counties
In which members would gath-
er for a three weeks rolvnl
meeting. Whenever u pernri-
nent citizen arrived In Wood-
son in the old das ho was giv-
en u lot tn build his hmive nil
without cost. This bcnefucllon
HOLD SCHOOL 'WOMAN FOUND
OFTERRACINGi "NOT GUILTY'1
Stephens and Shackelford
Fanners to Take Part
A community terracing school
which has already been postponed
two times this year on account of
bad weather will be hold Thurs-
day and Friday on the farm of
Mrs. Moore near Ibex according
to Frank Lochrldr Stephens
county farm agent.
Mr. Lochrldgo will be aided In
his demonstration work by A. C.
Shackelford county farm agent und
Charles II. Brown local farm em-
About 40 farmers In thit com
munity embracing both Shackel-
ford nnd Stephens county are ex-
pected to be present Mr. Loch-
rldgo tald. However farmers
from every section of both coun-
ties are welcome to take part In
this farm Improvement work Loch-
The county agents will demon-
strate the method of terracing nnd
Its general helpfulness. Less than
100 farms In this county are tet-
raced according to Lochtldge.
Y. M: C. A. Meeting
SAN ANTONIO Jan. 27. U.R1-
Mombcrs of the executive board of
tho State Y M. C. A. In session
hero voted to hold tholr next meet-
ing at Beaumont In April. Port
Artriur and Amarlllo were named
as next In Una for the Y. SI. C. A.
structures after completion of woik
now under way In Beaumont nnd
wfts tho roRitlt of Mr. Wood'
Mr. Wood Is survived by
throe sons: C. L. Wood of 'Ar-
lesln N. M.; T. C. Wood of St.
Louis. Mo.; Ollio Wood of
UrL-clicitrldgc; One daughter.
Mis. Lewis IilcDuimld of Wood-
son: two brothers Jno. H.
Wood chief national bank ex-
aminer of tin' Ct!i Federal Kn-
nerxe di.tiirt of u . I uls. Mo.
who will -iMoiid the fii-nrafs-r-ices;
II. W. Wnod. prciid"'!
of the United Whent Gniwura
of atuula of Cnrstnlrs Can-
ada; four sUters: Mrn. SiM
Lewis Athens fin.; Mrs. Ida
Fanning. Keokuk Town; .Mrs.
I.nuni llouhvnrc of Canton
Mo.; Jlrs. Virginia (iraves. of
Monroe City Mo. and ten
graudchlldiiMi. Funeral services
will bo held from the First
Christian Church nt Woodson.
Wednesday afternoon at 2:00
o'clock conducted bj th( Itev.
J. 'J'. McK!hlck. of Cisco. Tho
body Is now in statu at the.
Thompson-Klker Funeral I'ar-
lors and will lie In state in tho
First Christian Church at
Woodson from 10:30 u. in. Wed-
nesday morula;; until tho hour
of the funerul.
Alleged Slayer of Woman
Free After Two Years
GEORGETOWN. Tex. Jnn. 27.
(U.R) Jail don's closed behind Sirs.
Rosa Wnybnurn for tho first time
In nenrly two years Sunday and to-
day sho was it free woman exon-
erated of charge of conspiring to
kill her husband W. W. Wnybourn.
Tha second jury which sat in
judgment for hsr ret'irned a ver-
dict of not guilty yesterday morn-
ing in district court hero. M's.
Waybourn. sitting beside her son
was unmoved by the verdict.
Wn bourn was beaten to death
with an nx r a hatchet on tho
night of March 10 1028 Hugo Mld-
dleton Smlthvtllo blacksmith who
testified for the etale for immuni-
ty said Mrs. Waybourn gave hint
$250 to hlio the murder porformed
and that Joo Morales a Mexican
who has nevor boon found per-
After Mrs. Waybourn's first ttlal
and conviction which later wrs le-
vcrsed. MIddlcton wns Indicted for
tho murder of his father tried and
given 09 yenrs.
Mrs. Wij bourn will not -etiirn
to Smithvillc her son said hut hrr
plans wore not announced.
SAN SIARCOS Jan. 27. (U.R-
Llout. Frank D. Sheldon flyer
rrom Kort urocxrtt was slowly re
covering today from Inlurles suf
fercd Saturday when his plane
crashed near here
Lieut R. F. Tnto who was with
him was unhuit.
First Witness on Stand This
COURT ROOM AiKlin
Jan. 27. (lTP) The knife
which Judge John W. Brady-
is charged with having iifd
in stabbing Lehlia High-smith
to deatli was exhibited in the
court room at his murder tri-
al tnis afternoon.
. F. R. JMcNaughton w ho
lived at the rooming house in
which the girl did was on the
witness stand lie was thp
first state witness.
McNnughton told of hrnring a
scream while ho wns in the room-
ing house of seuing the girl's form
on tho sidewalk and of taking n
knife similar to tho one exhibited
from the defendant as Judge Biady
leaned over the girl's form on tht
COURT ROOM AUSTIN
Jan. 27. (U.R) A flsllcuff be-
tween County Attorney Roy i.
Archer and I)ntou Moses de-
fense counsel for Judge John
XV Brady occurred In tha
courtroom today Just beforo
Remarks about the case pass-
ed between tho two lawyers.
Tho conversation becamo heat-
ed. Blows passed and Moses was
The Fort Worth lawyer who
1-is Iwon III was walking with
'I'll two combatants' nrP fair-
ly eenly matched as to weight
McNaughton.a blonde with pom-
padour huir said ho had known
Judgo Brady for three months be-
fore tho killing.
His story In answer to questions
from Brooke wns In substance.
"I saw Judge Brady about 11 a.
m. at Tobln's (a stationer's hvie.)
I saw him again about 1:20. Wu
went to tho Tcxa3-Baylor football
game. Wo sat together during the
la.-t half. Aftor the game they b t
me oat at my house (th house
w.i. e the i-l was slain ) At about
& p. r.i. lie came to the apartment
cl i .vsg.i and my wife.
'.'I.-i) H.'hmlth wus there. Lat-
er Liu. Nuc'.itrab and Frank Orn-
him came there. Juds Brady Ipft
about 10 or 10:30 p. m. -
'Miss Hlghsmith lived lna down-
"Under what circumstances iltil
Judge Brady leave?" Brooks nsked.
"Well my wife put him p'ut. I was
out of tho room while they wero
"I met Judgo Brady injhe hall.
He told me 'Frank your 'wife s-it
me out. Can she do that?'
"I asked her why. Sho said hn
had put his muddy fe?t on tho bed
and cursed. I told him If-my vlfii
put him out he'd have t'o'stny out
"I accompanied him downatai h
In two to five minutes he was
hnck up again. Again we 'put him
I saw him next about midnight.
"I i Hlghsmlth Graham and' my-
self hnd been to Mr. Martin's housn
to r.ct l portable radio.
"When wo returned Mlas High-
smith parked tho car. Judge Brady
was coming down the steps. T'o
telephone rang twice and I was de-
layed In answering It.
"I hoard a scream and looked
out. I saw SIlss Hlghsmlth either
lying on the ground or falling.
"Judge Brady wus leaning over
Fire which originated from a
heater in tho bathroom of tho
homo occupied by I. J Ellis
South Rose Ave. was extinguished
by tho local flio department today
when they nnsweredtho alarm at
11 M0 o'clock. J
The damago Is estimated at $E0.
OUGHT TOKNOW HOW
LUBBOCK. Tlx. Jan. 27. (U.R) -Beauties
of Tdxas Technological
college will b selected by John
Boles Texns io vio star the man-
agement of lii Vontnnn tho col-
lege yeoibook.l has announced. Six
gills aic to bli selected out of ti
list of 150 chojen fiom the school.
Photos of thy glils selected wl'I
comprise tho betiuly section of tho
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Hodges, Wesley D. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 49, Ed. 1, Monday, January 27, 1930, newspaper, January 27, 1930; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth71046/m1/1/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.