The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 121, Ed. 1, Monday, April 21, 1930 Page: 1 of 4
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!je Qrctlitmrifrge American
Br Unnge Pflttly rlouiy t .
night nnd Tulay.
Help Your City. Don't
Avoid Ceniut Workers.
ol. in xo."3
BRECKENRIDGE STEPHENS COUNTY TEXAS MONDAY APRIL 21 IPSO
PRICE T CENT
pASThll with Its bejutifuJ ayin
Li bol of the Rea: .-in am
the complete atin- j
seienlty from tf :.
'a- f Hie H4gft i
s nancy f (a jjr: . n
. '- a had
r of ill It-
I liw bril
'.i ti !'m;
AND the ritizrnOup humbly t-od
thlr Way t thlr re.prtive
Churchi to do rrr.ntv U Ui
memory of the dy on which the
Savior left the tumb 2 r hi hr.iv
ALL churches report overflowing
congregation for thetr respec-
tive Easter Hrvic. That was a li
fhould have bean and t: Is hoped
that the future Sondar's thrwBRh-
out the year will find ail Meats t. li-
ed to carry ton the great prtnclplas
i-sttblUhtd by the Savior and
his Father in heaven.
A1ERC1IANTB Joyously report a
great business last week and
ldaa.iny stated that Saturday was
(U-il If no' belter than Christmas
eve buslnt-. Thta brine to mtad
mat. urecKtnnau firms naa tne
foods and that the cltUnhip
adly took the opportunity to sup
their Easter needs at home.
THE more a person mills around
town and takes time to ait and
chat with the business men and
Women of Breckenridge the more
gloriously Impressed you ore with
the thought that Breckenridge is
truly a great city and one thai we
are nil proud to call home.
Y7E HOPE that all the persons
' who might say that Brecken-
ridge la no good never has been
any good and never will be are
now on their way to parts uxv
THOUSANDS PAY TRIBUTE
TO MEET AT
7th Terracing Program-To
Be Presented To Farm-
Members of the C-C agricoitur--
committee will . meU tonight a
Crystal Falls for th seventh xei
racing meeting held for th pur l
poae of promoting better farming
interests "In St. phns County Cih
er Chambr of i'itmm " mt-mbers
will accompun the p. a commit
tee. The group w .! 1. i front Kc
C-C off!. 3 at 7 uo ( i.H-k this ev.
The movement. upon ond by the
fek-nrklge Chamber of Com
riiercc. tut been heartilv endorsed '
ty the f .irmtrs of the sl eommun.-1
i f 3a.
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tJeW already vfeited. Thes include I ..... fM . . .L .
GunXRhl. Union 1D11. NecaMity taJ J Vm?' ?Fnl!
Harpertlle. Kronkell and Way- p""5iae. 1 1? nradfrd:
1... 1. .- .. ..... . . i Ia- flKures a big man Is neelled
APPROVED I N
Delegation To Sign Five-
Power Agreement Of
Cjm.-U ..ui uiu .0....- . . . i.; r-...
: !Ll7!!5!w!? ?" "i.' welrt ' 3.' poi'nd and
uwrruitiR .Tiuj int.- suiic tiiuiuai- .. In --?- - -.
....d u tv .- LUll.1 11.1.1 !!
nounced a a candidate for tho
Itepubllcan nomlr.atloi for United
States senator In Pennsylvania.
TTlVGULD not be a bad Idea that
x la the future If any person no
matter who It may be friend orj
.JToe. should beK'n to doubt 'the fu-
ibre ot Hreckenridge to softly say".
"I've heard that' before but I am
sold on Hrcckenridge and am go-
Jniy to do my beat to see that it
& itinues to remain the Dynamo of
astic interest that has been exhibit
ed at the previous meetings
Chas. H. lirown. cliairman. of the
cummltUe John 5C Martin secretary-
Frank Lochrldge county farm
agent and . Curtis ilancock will
give addressee pertaining to the
terracing program at the meeting
Other members of tho committee
are Messra. W. C. Bagwell. A. II.
Downing A. II. Smith. R. II. Tram-
mell. E. L. Russell II. It. Post H.
I. Trout B. R. Grant. S. J. McAfee
Rosa Elliott A. M. Sullivan. L. E.
Sweatman B. D. Jeffry K. E. De-lar.e.
UY ut home whenever you can.
3sav a cood word fur your town
and everybody In It pay your debta
promptly trust your neighbor keep
faith with your Chamber of com-
merce nnd other civic organiza-
tions back up your city county
state and nation cay -Hello" with
a smile go to church and quit
grumbling ami you will continue
to have a good town regardless of
some of the stumps in the road.
TF IT wasn't for the griefa of this
world not a single one of us
would be worth a darn. They moke
ui do things different next time.
TODAY Is San Jacinto Day and
-1- as usual the Banks are closed.
U you were wondering why the
banks closed today read Texas his-
tory. It will bring to your mld all
the horrors that a handful of pio-
neer Texans went through for you
and for me.
Dies On Day
Set Aside To
Look For Job
CHICAGO. Apill 21. y& Don-
ald Fatrchild Washburn who came
to Chicago to look for a job to
replace the one he had with the
United StnJtee Shipping Bourd In
Kansas City was dead today the
day he had expected to start the
Washburn graduate of Annapo-
lis Naval Academy and In the
submarine service during the woild
CITY HALL TO
LONDON. April 21 Li:i Heads
of the five delegations to the naval
conference approved the treaty In
its final form today and sent it
to the printers.
The text probably will be Issued
to the press at midnight for re-
lease tomorrow when the delegates
will meet at St. James Palace to
sign the five-power agreement
achieved In negotiations here since
After the part four of the naval
treaty has been ratified thereby
providing rules for "humanizing"
submarine warfare as among the
five powers Great Britain will
communicate with all powers who
are not signatories of the London
treaty and Invite them to adhere
definitely to the regulations. The
adherence of other nations would
be by means of a declaration ad-
dressed to the British government.
It was sold on high authority.
The chief delegates of the Unit-
ed States Great Britain France
Italy ani Japan met at St. James'
and scrutinized the text of the
agreement which Include? a three-
power limitation pact. The draft-
ing committee and the jurists com-
mittee also held ttnsd meetings In
preparation for the closing plenary
session tomorrow. American dele-
Officers To Have
Th" pecond regular meeting of
the executive board of th Eus -ness
and Professional Woman's
Club will be held tonght at 7:30
p. m. In the Chamber of Com
merce Misj Frances Mangum
All officers are requested to lie
ready to submit plans for future
j programs of the ciub since pro-
club will be planned at the meet-
ing tonight. Detailed discussions
of club business will also be
Members of the board are;
Misses Frances Mangum Gertrude
Medford. Cora. Tyson Irene Kln-
chen Ella Mae Pate Viola Mc-
Kenzie and Theodora Hinrichs.
Bodies Of Wreck Viclims
Interred In Local
Mellon's Brother pi?D T n 11717
Gives Library kiY' il' U- L!iii
facn itiA Phnf flfifAS. A wM 1I Wednesday.
uHuwuitw s mui vrpviHluio IV T
Be Here For Oie-Day
The gasoline plant operations busi-
ness of North Central Texas will be
well represented Tuesday at the
one-day annual business conven-
tion when about 300 men attend the
convention here. The meeting Is the
first held in three yeara and is one
of a series to be held in the future.
The last convention three years
ago convened in Breckcnrldge also.
The representatives of the gaso-
war. died of bums "-"talned when llne lnaustr. wln mCt here for lhe
he presumably laid a "Shied cigar- mlrposc of discussing problems of
tie on the dresser of his host's
The cigarette set fire to several
celluloid articles aod Washburn
was burned family before hU host
Richard I. Mathtewsen could res-
cue htm. Mathlossen was burned
severely when he dragged Mash-
burn from the flaming room.
APRIL 2lst 183S
if i red
For First Texas
Z''.. fsis Phillips Petroleum Co. will ben-
UObernOr lieia eluded on the orogram. -T
The following program has been
their own and no social events
will take place however the vlsJt-
tng delegates will be made welcome
by the local Chamber of Commerce
city officials and civic organizat-
ion. of Breckenridge.
The two business sessions will be
held at the city hall. Mayor Chas.
II. Clark will welcome the visitors.
Otto Peters local superintendent of
the tirooks-Hanion Corporation'; has
churtre of nil local nrrnnireme'ius.
Mr. Peters and Ed -Utsinger of (he
Joint funeral services were held
at four o'clock this afternoon for
Le; W. Dean and Miss B.Hy Lain
two victims of the fatal automobile
accident near Ivan early Thursday
morning of the pa3t week The
J Rev. Kenneth Pope pastor of. the
Methodist Church conducted the
.services at the Breckenridge ceme
tery where the uodies were in-
terred. Since the time of the accident
the couple have been held In state
at the Thompson-Kiker funeral
parlors pending funeral arrange-
ments. Word ha3 not beeen received
from the father of Dean who re-
sides in Little Rock Arkansas.
Communications however were re-
ceived from the mother and the
father-in-law of Miss Lain but
neither was able to nrrange for
her burial. The mother lives in
New Mexico and the faiher-ln-
1 law lives in Tulsa.
I Burial responsibilities for the
I deceased couple will be handled
by the cooks waiters and other
fa.V. . . - t -
Miss Viola McKenzle. a living """ " . .m wK . . u
room contest is now under way in! .v. UL""r" '" "lc
the 4-H clubs of the county andsame lot at tne local cemetery
is sponsored by the Semi-Weekly o
Farm News and the Home Demon
stration department of A. &
College and the United States de
partment of Agriculture. I
The alms of the contest are to
Four Aims Are Started For
The Benefit of 4-H Club
Under the supervision of the
2000 Persons Meet Train
Which Brought ths Body
James R. Mellon above Pitts-
burgh capitalist and brother oC
Treasury Secretary Andrew Mel-
lon has given a costly public li-
brary to the city ot Palatka Fla.
where he has made his winter
home tor 47 years. It Is a memo-
rial to hla wife.
county home demons.ia.ion -gent.
AV -.. .- ihH victors vices were held in conjunction
l . r . . 'with the San Jacinto Dnv memor
the Battle of
sn Jacinto raced through sev
eral hour wKh a meagre band of
determined battle scarred veteran.
' headed by Gen. Saoi Houston vs.
.several regiment of Mexicans mot
JWthm fresh from victorious bat-
VfjjM of the rtat headed by the
0 N Mexican GenenU Santa. Anno.
HEN the last shot was
v- 1 ratux-nl SUnt a Anna was OUT
"prisoner. True to American prlnci-i
pies of Amoriom democracy Santa
Anna was treated with t-Jex-trrme
courtesy of his rank and giv.
tn every consideration of kindnaa
aa pet the Colder Rule.
HOW fitting It Is that San Jacinto-
Day oHould follow the day
in 'Which He W.ty lived his life ac-
cordlsgto the Golden Rule "Do
unto others tn ye would have them
do unto you." was called by the
Allhfy Father to Heaven.
3d ANY HOMELESS AS
RESULT OF TYTHOON
MANILA V. I April 21. IUR
N!nv ner cent of th- population
Cf" of the Province of Leyte was home-
n U today .after the devastating
'typhoon vihloh swept mo lonu yea-
Two perwms were .ijw w n
.-rlafetd In the msn winus wmcu
Seatolished property over a wide
Thtn towns were in ruins.
'STILL STRIVING FOR TITTLE
AUSTIN April 21. U.P -Brief
funeral servlct were held from the
state senate chamber here for Jos.
P. Hend.rson. the first Governor
of Texas who body was returned
from Washington. D. C where It
was laid In the Congressional cem-
etery bine March -I 1&5S.
Henderson died while serving
Texai as United States Senator. He
nlo had been American Ambassa-
dor to England. The funeral ser-
Boy's Presence Of
Mind Saves Life
DALI.AS April 21. (uPJ A by-
stander's preenc of mind saved
Isaac Davis. 13. from serious In-
Jury o. death when the UA was
struck by a street cur here hite
Sunday. When he darted In
fitii of the trolly. It struck him.
the safety gate passing ovet his
body. P. G Rubers of Sherman i
leaped to the front ot the car
frqm the sidewalk grasped the
boy's hand and ran with the car
until t was stopped barely drug-
elni' him on the pavement uheod
of the wheel..) He sustained minor
scratches nnd bruises.
10:60 a. m. to 12:00 noon.
Chairman: E. E .Ledercr T. P.
Coal & Oil Co.
1. Boiler Operation and Mainte-
nance L. D. Scarborough Hart-
ford Steam Boiler Inspection and
Insurance Cot Dallas Texas.
2. Meters' and Operation E. E.
Stovall Lone Star Gas Co Dullaj
3. Care and Operation of Gaso-
line Plant Machinery D. B. Hiatt
Texas Pacific Coal i Oil Co
4. Regulators and Controlling
Devices E. H. Triphaus Taylor
Instrument Co. Dallas Texaa.
Noon Army styla luncheon 12
to 2 p. m.. served by Chestnut &
Smith Corporation at Y If. C. A.
j2 00 to 5:00 p. m.
1. Safety Talks H. N. Blakes-
lee. Don Wallace.
2. The Practical Sido of Chip-
ping Natural Gasoline Otto Pet
ers Brooks i Hanlon Inc. Breck-
3. General Maintenance of Field
Gathering Lines and Drips Ed
Utalnger. Phillips Petroleum Co.
4. Open Discussion Discussions
following each subject shall be
led by the speaker covering the
The treaty was divided Into five
parts and a preamble. Part one
concerns thamodificatlons of the
Washington naval treaty Including
a battleship holiday until 1936.
Part two concerns all technical
points in naval limitation methods
on which all five powers have
Part three Is the three-power
limitation treaty among the United
States Britain and Japan effective
Part four is a single article con-
sisting of the accepted rules for
'humanlzatlon" of submarine war-
fare. Part fie Is general including
specifications as to when the treaty
Is effective duration of effective-
ness and ratification.
One clause specifics that the
parties will reconvene In 1935 to
modiry or extend the treaty If a
more general agreement has not
been reached before that time.
It was understood article 24. re-
ferring to ratification and the time
when the treaty becomes effective
specifies the following:
1. The entire treaty will be ef'
fective e:o far as the three powers
am cocerned Immediately after
ratification by America Britain
and Japan'-) -j
2. The 'entire treaty-Mess the
three-power agreement.-will be ef
fective as it affects France and
Italy immediately after those two
countrk-s ratify it.
3. The three-power limitation
pact shall be effective on France
and Italy only after the five pow-
ers have so determined by agree-
ment this signifying that when
and If France and Italy patch up
their differences a special agree-
ment will be necessary among the
five powers to permit therl adhes
ion to the limitation accord.
Part five of the treaty starts
with Article 23 concerning dura-
tion of the treaty. Three durations
are fixed- (1) All modifications of
the Washington treaty will last
as long as the Washington pact
was scheduled to last that is un-
til 1936; (2) part four of the treaty
relating to submarines will last
Indefinitely; 3) all the rest of the
treaty will be valid until 1936.
The so-called "safeguarding"
clause of lhe three power treaty
permitting Increase In navies be-
yond the set limit in case of dan-
gerous building by a rival power
not subject to the treaty was In-
corporated substantially as report-
ed last week.
encourage Interest In better living
rooms by making them more com-
fortable and attractive to demon-1
ntrat. tka hacl iicd rt iiYt a f to tn '
r. Sterling Bunkley Suffers
Head Injury Today
hand to demonstrate the wise ex-
penditure of money and to demon
strate the wise selection and ar
rangement of furnishings.
There are two divisions in the I
contest class one requires the ex-i
penditure of less than $25 and Sterling Bunkley 15-year-old son
class two requires the expenditure of Mr.and Mrs. II. L. Bunkley
01 mure man -o. 13 suiiertng at tne Medical Arts
The living rooms will be scored Hospital with a concussion of the-
before and after Improvements brain .sustained today when tho
have been made and will be bicycle he was riding ran into
scored on the basis of the great- an automobile driven by Joe
est accomplishment in proportion Beaty on the corner of McAmis
to cash expenditure. and Elm streets.
Winners in the county will be-. The accident occurred when the
come contestants for district plac- boy wa3 returning from the Junior
cs and in turn will enter the .High School where he is a stu-
state contest. Miss McKcnzie stat-jdent. On turning the corner he
H. E. Hedgepethe Improved
After Recent Accident
CISCO. April 21 U.R West Tex-
as today paid final' tribute to its
rrprc entatlve from the 17th Con-
gressional District R. Q. Lee.
Busineis wns at a stands' 'l aivl
flags flew at half nns' h ' tli"
statesman's bod laj m s'a'o at
the F.rst Baptist fhurt'i Bum'i
al rites were srhcdul"d f r 2 p
m. today at that ri.ii-rh
More than 2.000 p. r-. ns met tho
tlain at 5 p. m. et.Urday ulnHi
brought Rep. Lee's bud hone. II
d.eO at Washington b ilowmg a
'tioke of apoplexy five weks a'g 1.
Tcdoy an escort of 91 honoraiy
pallbearers selected from anions
Mr. Lee's associates in Congress
friends in every town of h!s dis-
trict past presidents "f the Wi-.
Texas Chamber of Commerce tnd
riends throughout the State form-
ed a part of the funcial cortege.
In the group were three Sen-
ators. Morris SKfeppaid and Tim
1 Ccnnally of Texas and Sam B
1 Bratton cf New Mexico and eight
members of the congressional
House who were an escort to the
employed on hodv fron. Washington tr Plsfo
13 Th Pfinoraaomon n opffannt-n t
- "V " Q ""'IV1I WtV ft'VQMll.-Ml-
H. E. Hedgepethe
the Snowden-McSweeney lease.
still confined to the Westslde Hos- Arm3 Cr00 of Ho Q
nltnl n n result nf n?r nnq henrl . .. ... '
ran directly into the car Mr.
Bunkley father of the injured
boy stated this afternoon.
According to attending physi-
cians the boy suffered no frac-
ture at all as proved by the x-ray
pictures that were taken immedi-
ately after the collision.
Living rooms in the county con-
test will be scored by Mrs. Jas. A.
Herring chairman of the scoring
committee and Mrs. Lyndsay D.
Hawkins. District judging will be
done by the district agent of A.
& M. college division during the
month of May.
Members of the county .contests
are: Mesdames Clark Moon A. A.
Geske Pate Echol3 Roy Pilgrim
J. B Barnes H. E. Butler Oak
Grove? Ethel Hefner. C. A. Stew-
art T'. H. Allen John Stewart
fecan.: rcme auuerwnue s charges of swindling were on
Vera Brown Necessity; B. B.'here todav atinc V. P. Rn
pltal as a result of aarlotu head c Luther Johnson( Dan:
and back Injuries sustained late el Garrott and H M Wuribaclt
Saturday afternoon when the ele- of TexM Tom D McKeown aml
vator of a derrick came unhooked James v McCUntlc of Oklahoma
causing the drilling pipe to fall and John N ot LoUislana.
He was knocked unconscious and ton Connally and Sheppard
was revived shorUy before he was made brier addresse3 at the funep.
rushed to the hospital for medical al servicog whe tho ov.er Hou3C
treatment. Attending nurses re- . wch Mr Lec scrVed bnci.
port that he Is lesting well h.w- 102S vas raprestnted by Cruok
evSJ r. . Two pastors who had known Mr.
Bill Banks companion woiker Lte ltltlma.ta! conduotcd funeral
nr nontrannrno u'na u-nnnjoii nipit. .
ward against another pipe suffer-
ing a severe cut on the head.
services. Cne of them C I
McDonald Caddo was his pastoi
for 20 years and said hte marriag
ceremony."" Rev. Acker C. Mill r
pastor of the First Baptist Church
Active pallbearers w II be J. E.
r i 7 :pencer J. .u. wu.iamsn J J.
IS tKUlllUriZeU Butts Guy Dabne. 'I P. Ciaw
ford. Alex Spent - Forre t D
WASHINGTON April 21. U.R Wright. William R agi.n Walt. 1
Acquisition of control of the Gulf Ray und R. W. Ibn ill uf Cisc
Texas and Western Railway Ccm- M. H. Hagaman f Ran r u-t I
pany by the St. Louis-San Fran- D. E. Jones of Ri-n.' Stir
cisco Railway Company was au- Flags of the r e t half
thorlzed today by the Interstate mast Sunday and wi'I iema.i low
Commerce Commission. ie.i.d until afti-r 'h funeral scr
The commission announced modi- vi.s Ah bank f the c y jI
fication of its consolidation plan i. ...i-l of the ba-n.n nou-ie
so as to assign the Gulf Texas bj. w.vaths and tiepe at the r
and Western Railway to system dOvr. All actmti. 1 of the town
No. 19 the Rock Island-Frisco in- ven- ceased uft-r noon Monday
stead of No. 17 the Santa Fe. c.t of reaped u i " ngre -
Funeral services U Mr Lee
(drew friends political and business
associates from every ki ltn cr
Wreck Victims To
Be Buried Today
HOUSTON April 21. (uRV-Fun-
cral services were to be held to-
day for Samuel J. Honlgblom. 49
CHICAGO. Anrll 21 lw- Still anl tl 15-yeor-cld daughter Ber-
rlvVng for a title after ten yearn nice killed when their car rolled.
W fighting. Buddy Taylor tne ' Into a ditch aiuraay as uney
Monde terror from Terre Jlauie were driving to san Antonio.
Ind tonight will trade punches! Honlgblum. well known drapery
with Fidel La j&arba In a match and carpet dealer of Houston and
which have much to do with the San Antonio died Saturday night
evMtual selection of a title fop- and hU daughter died yesterday
ponant for feathrwelat ehamplon I Mrs. Honlgblum was cut and
Bat Battallno. 'bruWed in the accident. '"'
TO BE HELD
The regular luncheon meeting of
the Rotary Club of Breckenridge
will be held at the Y. M. C. A.
Tuesday at noon.
An Interesting program has been
plcnped for the occasion.
Rotarians are urged to attend
NEW YORK April 21. UR The
London naval conference was do-
scribed as a mixture of success and
failure by Secretary of State Stlm
111 IJIlina t amillP. associates from every
I 1 j- j- . the State to Cisco today.
BELTON April 21. (U.R-Se-en if CU IHUl MJlV a iioou 01 telegrams nnu poureu
i 11LLU iiscu ounuuy iiunt uarjv i
T?rv- I kev; lUKi. ADril . (U.H) acncuiiurai leauers vpsi luxaa
Cash. Wayland; Miss Ilia Norvell ot San Antonio operator of a pri- There 13 no way In which the Chamber of Commerce officials
vate detective agency there. lives ot at least j.uw.ijoo persons anu congressional colleagues in 1-
Roscoe was taken Into custody In one. famine area of China can mately associated with h:m.
Sunday by sheriff John Bigham be saved and they will die b?fo:e Honorary pallbeareru wtl( be the
of Bell county. ' June according to a report pre- entire congressional prty - which
The charges were brought by sente-d to the board of directors of accompanied the body fioin War
Sue Barton of Holland who al- China famine relief nn American ington: J. T. Berry D. K. S?ctt. C
leges that Roscoe obtained ap- organization by Grover Clark h. Fee F. A. Blankbeckler R L.
proximately $3200 by claiming that Pelping publicist and famine re- poe. h. w. PaUerson itr . B S
he was performing valuable ser- Hef commissioner. illuev all of Cisco- Will Gr lot-y M
Willie Rogers Harpers-
A. Lusk Parks.
Movie Star Uses
Real Name While
CORSICANA April 21.(U.PJ Mary
Brian motion picture star has dis-
carded the flickering shadow role
for the time being and is simply
Louise Dantzler to friends here.
The former resident of Corslcana
with her mother Is vUitlng ac-
quaintances for a few days.
FIVE DIE IN FIRE
THAT DESTROYS HOME
BROOKLYN N. Y. April 21.
(UJi Five members of one fam-
ily a father and four children
were killed and two other mem-
bers were seriously Injured In a
fire which destroyed their apart
vices as a private detective fori Clark has just returned frcm Kchardbon. Mark Rojn D. N
1. rl-i ! .1lntn .. fViim . Vina a Vi t i rWvTOl t lia ffl m- '..- t 1
ner unaer tne airection ot a state m'. wnere nu muitu uib wm- yeavelB
ranger captain. I ine areas in me norui anu weift. 1
Roscoe was held In Jail here in
default of bond of $7000.
Relatives To Make
and A. B. La. of fad
(Continued on Page Two)
!s Identified Second Quarterly
DALLAS. April 21. (U.PJ A negro!
in the city jail here today was '
identified by a young unmarried '
Meeting Of Melh.
Church To Be Held
Johnson 1; Harold 14;
Mrs. Mary Johnson 61
mother and her son Christopher
Jr. 23 suffered injuries.
The body of L. H. Chase. 64.
whn HioH CridnvjifiApnnnn i. hiini wciiuii as one who assaulted her
held at the" Thompson-Kiker Fun- and robbe her of $9 and a dia- Dr. Frank P. Culver presiding
cral parlor pending funeral ar- nxoai ring late Saturday night. 1 elder for the district of the M tho--...
v vi !. w -n- She told officers the black step-'dist Churc.i will preside ut the se
! sides In Houston. Mrs. Chase notl-.P from a dark nIley selzed her ' ond quarterly meeting of the loc .1
1 fled ilr. Kiker that she would gctan" araggea ner imo ine snaaows irsr aieinoais! nurcu lo...Bi".
hn ink iv i..is. 1 .ii.o-Ond attacked and robbed her. Aiha.sbcen annoimred.
who will aid her In preparing systematic search of the neighbor- ineral bu nes in raa- .on
Lr. whaSe. . nalllnl. Ianlrt.1 II.. 1 ..l - Knnn nr ta aitpnnil
Rfn. -mnln h.. wn v.n r "c H. v.... v.j '.uuuu HCUJU ixim .1 .CJlt u. .
... ...0 ... .. j -- . i her nujail;uir
Christopher Johnson I
for the burial of Mr. Chase
jg ago. Chase was employed with
t quarter will be made.
CROWDS ATTEND GAMES.
son chief American delegate in a . NEW YORK April 21. (UJU-One
TLVY TO BE GIYEN.
"Smiles." a play will be present-
ed at the convention hall of Miner-
al Wells. Tuesday evening at 8:15
nnder the auspices of the Episco-
pal Guild Auxiliary
radio address from London to the
lunchebn of the Associated Press
Despite the lack of success In
some directions the achievement
at London promises to become the
j basis for final and complete solu
tion of the problems of sea arma-
ments Stlmson said.
Two paths are open to the world
Stlmson a!d. The path on compet-
itive armament he said would lead
to -war. The other path is toward
)iundred and seventy thousand fans
crowded into six major league
parks for the first Sunday games
of 'the 1930 major league sea ion.
Rain prevented the other two
iiu-tvansos ju o. oi uaaign. nu CVCV SECRETARY
occupation for the past two years! ' ' hksumeS
rV..r:Ce"S"f 3 " " rT; 't B. Payne city sec- g tonight Itev. Pope' stated.
j V '.. NT . " retary wll ibe glad to note that
A full attendance is urged and
'all officers cf the church ate esper-
IJUTIES ; lally requested to attend the meet-
resided at the Alamo Hotel.
11 KILLED AS POLICE TRY
'nZSF llVBU? "n1' went recently.
CORDOBA Argentina Aoril 21. 1
(UJ!) Eleven persons were killed
he Is again attending to his duties COTTON GINNING TO
at. the City Hall following a uer- BE INVESTIGATED
ious operation which ho under- WASHINGTON April 21. (bJO
The(Secretary of Agriculture was
I authorized to conduct an Investl-
CASES CONTINUED gation of cotton ginning under
I when police attempted to break up A majority of uc eg scne. j terms of a bill signed today by
i tmuun i"ut ui "' duled for trial In the non-jury i President Hoover.
VISIT IN BRECKENRIDGE (Santa Rosa Department of Rio court this morning were continued. The secretary of agriculture Is
Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Sullinger Primero advices received here said District Attorney L. H. Welch I also empowered to establish pla-
and daughter Helen of Big Spring! today. stated. Court was not held this nos and laboratories for experl-
were tne week-end guests o'f thelrl The dead included the chief of afternoon due to the fact that a 'mental work and demonstrations
daughter and sister Mrs. R. L. I police of Santa Rosa two ot his majority of the attorneys and to d-velop improved ginning equip-
Thompson. They returned to their policemen three women three chll- judges attended the R. Q Lee ment.
home this morning. dren and two unidentified men. funeral services at Cisco. The bill appropriates $100000.
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Hodges, Wesley D. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 121, Ed. 1, Monday, April 21, 1930, newspaper, April 21, 1930; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth71118/m1/1/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.