The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 200, Ed. 1, Tuesday, July 22, 1930 Page: 3 of 6
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THE BRECKENRIDGE AMERICAN. BRECKENRIDGE TEXAS TUESDAY JULY 22 1930
News of Society
lr THEODORA IIINRICIIS
ON THE ORUTS AIRWAYS I i
i ... . i
' Hv joskph ii HAinr j
KETUKNS APTKIt ATTi:XIIN(S
SCHOOL AT IIAIJS.
Mim Mnxine King daughter of
Dr ami Mr. J. K King return' tl
.Monday from Dallas where she
lin.i b-en enrolled In tin- Utile Tlte-
ntr School of the Southwest sjxin
rored by the Dullus MUle Theili-i
for the past month
Mim King v-a enrolled In four
coi"-.irln( her stny In Dallas.
KAIMIOW OIIIIKIt HII. I.
fiiAi: KF.cruMt .Mi:irn.r.
'''The Order of the ItalnbcV -nil!
I tve their regular meeting Wed-
nesday at the Masonic Halt
promptly at Ki o'clock
Members of the Mason nd
ICattern Star chapter arc Invited
Abe Ix'c. Humble Company m-
ploye . cut a flnifer of his right
hand off early thin morning whan
he caught It In the machinery
where he was working. He wan
taken to the Medlenl Arts hospital
It- U doing nicely attendant
'iimmft month nt 'laiseston.
WASHINGTON July 22 U P" -The
Navy In seeking to remove
or at leant modify the perils nf
Mrs T H Kidgell formerly nf flight Uirough fog and darl.n-M
Brerli'enridge now of Dallas -ag by giving It.r men a tliorou&hgo-
returned from u vlalt In Attnntlc '"R coi.rse In "blind flying."
:vt only are the wavy a rie'T-llnv-
at the Penaacola training
tation ordered to attend three
tttv and other eastern point
N'eal Paage of Korl Worth wi
a guest of Dr and Mra Calvtn
Keajler Sunday He has recent-
ly returned from a trip to New
Dr. and Mra O rover (' Wood
are apendlng a few daya In Cle-hurne
managed to land on onr vhel
The membership of the Cater-
pillar Hub. that famous organisa-
tion of filers who have aavod their
ilves bv parachute jumps haa a
roster of 210 now. seven mire
pllou having made fotced Jumps
since the last membership an-
nouncement May 30.
noun of their course In the cock-
pit cf a hooded plane with mly
mi I'.'inumlnated Instrument board
to auide them but the vetcian of
lie ervlce una are being llml- gestlon haa been made in some
A humorous and fantastic sug-
Mi and Mra Silas Lov of the
Humble ('amp will leave Monday
for n two weeks' trip In Hast
Hen Stoker cf Mineral Wells was
a busincsa visitor In town Monday.
U N Unasott of Wichita Ka'ls
Is spending the day Ir. town on
VDLl.KAVK I'llll WIWT VIltC.lNIA
W Carney and two children.
11. .ward and I'uulJne. left Monday
foi West Virginia to attend the
bej.ide of Mr. Cnrney'a father
who is svrlowaly ill.
Ml wen Hlrnnor and Clara Sole
'fccrompanled them for an e.xlad-
r i vi.Hl In West Virginia.
VISITING I'UIKNIIS llinih-
Keugan Hood of Norman. Okla..
l visiting with Homer Martin and
CJmr.es Klker of this city Mr
Hood Is the brother of Miss John-
nye Hood a former teaolier In the
Ilreckenrldge High School
Further. CapL Arthur Page of
the Marine Corp J studying 'n
coatKrntlon with the U S. Stand-
ards Uureau. a much more oclen-
tlf'c and difficult phase of "blinj
flyihg ' He la teeklng to perfect
quarters that the impenetrable
tiaffir which rloga Uie roads enrh
sunriy Fourth of July may be
thinned by the aeroplane
At any late. American nir lines
did share this post Fourth In the
holiday truffle Many picnickers
Ct.nilUKNE. Julv 22 UP On.
of hi first official acta a gov
etnor 1 elected wll be to dema-ul
the resignation of Rosa Sterling
as chairman of the highway com-
mission. Entle I; Mayfleld told
his audience at a (HilUlcal rsi1
He took occfcslrn to scoro Stei
ling foi the statement that certain
special Interests would conttn!
Condom nod Bv
u ' t 'i " i . lav
ilv Ni'v Y"' l ii"- f'
r .'.ins r'nl.i fii iv In I m".
in (i '
The past week ha.i been hon -
Mrs William Pardue Jr. spent
the veeV-end at Kerrvllle as th
guest of Mlsn Uetty Evans.
H. Steele Johnston of Eastland
Is a buslntf vlaltor In IJrecken-
MtM Dorothy H"nd has as a
guent this week her eouln. Miss
Othl WllIanM of San Angelo.
Charles K.ker student of R. M.
V I home visiting Willi his par-
ents. Mr and Mrs M. P. Klker.
Dr and Mrs. IJoger W Gray
are the proud parents of a baby
glil weighing seven pounds born
at 5 3S Monday afernoon at the
West side Hospital
Mr. and Mra. II. Hall nd
daughter CJiurlotte. have return-
ed to their home In Swenaondale.
the technique of landing on a mo-1 UwV. airplanes to out-of-the-wny
ving .ilrpktnc carrier with inly ' acts and at least one air line
radlr directions and his Instru- from xPWl. York to Hoston put ex
merits to guide him. tra planes to meet the demand of
"Itlind nyitiB." the science a I tne holiday crowd
guiding a jAme when all land-1
marks are obscured by fog or
darkness merely by the use of j Every now and again some ar-
inatrumenls first was proved piuc- j chitect or aviation enthusiast aJ-
ticel last summer. It waa thn vances Vie Idea that futuie la-nl-Uiat
Lieut Jural Doollttle. for'n- jng fipldii may be placed on tall
er Army fUer. took off In a hood- buildings Now cornea Glenn Cur
ed -cock pit plane maneuvered over tlss aviation pioneer who think
Mitchell Field and landed aafly ' this plan a bit fantastic
without once seeing the ground Speaking to a group of buslneat
above which he flew. i executives recently. Cuitlsn re-
- I minded them that the airplane f
Doollttle's feat brought praise the future is not going to be "n
from military and cominercl.il sparrow flitting about on alio:!
aviators alike and led to further I hoiis "
efforts to norfett the technique In i "Airplanes ore going to Ue to
which he pioneered. ' the air what ocenn liners are to
Instrument flying over land is ( the sea." Curtlss said " Ugh speed
difficult enough but the Navy has long distance planes carrying hea-
a problem harder still. The nvla-1 vy pay loads will never be able
tor at sea. the Navy Department ' to make landing fields on top of
Ily I'OSTEIt EATON.
I'n ted Vt- staff t orrespondent
(' pr ght 1030 by Pnlted Press)
ATUNTA. July 22 (U.PJ Oover-
Mayfleld If elected and for failure nw "f seven eouthcrn states
to name his author itv fi (he al- "tte-tchlng from Virginia to Trxis
legation. Joined today In stntemrnts to the
- . t'nit"d Pr'ss. condemning the pia''-
SAN ANTONIO. July 22. 0J.F) tce of lynching and uiglng tiict
In the shadow of the historic ' "b -ervance of the letter and pirit
Alamo the largest crowd that :aj " the law upon all element of ments have been
turned out for a political rnUv ocloty. v..-k it hus been
heie this year heard Horn Steiling The Htatemnnti w. re rquesel
voire his suppoit of the right if primarily In view of n statement
motur bus opeiators to ue tat" leci ntly given wide publication in ..f wanted books hav
highways and rapped Jamw K which United Sfcites Senator Cole An orclei if this tint will n
Ferguson for his opposition to I Hleas.- of South Carolina cam- up duilng Ui- net w k i
auch use. He pointed out Uie vi (laigniiig for re-election was quot- das anyone wishing u lu .
rlous le venues which bus opera-1 ed as saying: deied. is requested to iiibmi'
lion brings to state coffer md ' "Whenever the constitution conies title immediately.
classifying helr operation rs -i ; between me and the virtu.- of the :: mv i.f Hi. lite magiinn
. . ii.m
An added fe-itun
boa id v. 11 be I laced
Count Library located an
third fltini of the nunt emu'
house 'I in- books ami b-'v. i-ll-iv"
liecn leauanged tn ik i '.
more space anil udding tn the il
ready attractive reading loom
New book shlpmenti ile urnv-
ing every week and srvciul chip-
'1 In "-.int list ' )i i- pi . . to
le popl.lai -.nil u l.ii"i ruiiivr
i ' 1
nn'i ' '
n the l!
on the new ftrtlon. Th"!
jld In gi 1- )f an I'b- i
nile book- are reUU
1 i anv othei- tnd it wi
. i.ldren come ntfforo tiv-
i-ening how erv dav n
Valtei Kobi mi is ( f.'i
nkiiiK Hi' i'l -:e of '
M's.- Pan I'obe-.m l.
K.il n 1 'itaimn during ner absen .
vnrition in i'ex. n polo'-.
convenience to the people of Tex
white women of South Carolim I -
say to hell with the constitution " lon niuc. . ...comi none t.
A few nolated instances of mob )unin eiic.pt th. author itv "i
violence however recentlv have fo- tiite thill . Ihat thp s. i
rilml fiuhtli. tittentimi nf the W.mth ... -. .... . ."".i . .
an airplane to plead his couse t. u . iVnch E .....-.-... eve1Se .
a gubernatorial candidate. ' TTexas courthouse In which i '. ""." ."T
He stressed the Importance of nJ 'J Xa t v XVnl Z ". '
lllssuce bv the lea- slbtiire nf i.n . T .. .... - '-.. i'n u in ior a nangn i. i...
D int. vinnnii ni-n niiiii. i....!.... .. . .: .1. ...
ii.. i o- " a ivm-Miiii:. IUJ11I1K lilt- si i'ii
Seventeen m'n nwait trial in .. r.-inmnv deinvs un.i .
South Carollnn on charges of iar- lo Bnd lhlt tho ;t
llciinling in a lyncning tneie iP mi!hei bv a thieat of mi
JACKSONVILLE. Julv 22. U.P
Clint C. Small alight d here frini
apptopriatlon o.ll based on th-ii
needs nf stnte institutions pnd the
revenues of the stnte governmen;
U.R Denial of
1 The box supper was new r-naay
niuht at Swensondale. Not very
Mn Itowi Ilrrwer sjient ''e niany attended but $1175 was re-week-end
at Kerrvllle She was I reived for boxes and pies.
necmp-intcd by her daughter. Jean ;
who will upend the remainder ol
Uie summer In camp.
Walter Zlegter of Dftllfcs is In
town for a few daw on buslncsa.
Mr and Mrs. Tom Meredith and
Watt Orr of HMiboro were visit-
1 -tBi - In the home of Mr. and Mr.
V'JRL A Guthrie en route to Ham-
J Miss Martha Gulhrie has return-
ed from a iix weeks' vocation
sient In Dallas. HHWioro and oth
er South Texas points
The MImw Pauline Klnley.
Johnnie Mae Hlppetoe. and Sybil
Saffell nttendtM the Ice cream
party at Oak Grove Friday night.
Miss Lueilte Lee of Llpan is vis-
iting her brother. Abe Lee. of
Tom Alsworth of Ranger while
driltlng on the Moore lease near
Swensondale. was killed Instantly
when a cable fell on him and
broke his neck Monday morning.
W. E Sole left Monday fer
Hobbi. New Mexico looking after I-
Sun OH Company Interests there
Mr. nnd Mm. H. Grady Camp
and daughter. Oernldlne. tpmt
Sunday and Monday In Dallas
Mrs Tom Hldgell Hurk and lit
tie eon. John Jr. are spending thef fel) 0 Swensondale Thursday
J H Williams returned to Swen
sondale from a business trip to
Mr. and Mrs.
pdinted out In a recent treatise on
the subject not only must plant
his plane on a designated epot but
often. In landing on n plane car-
rier he must put his machine on
a moving aurfnee.
Page'e exporimonta. the Navy
Department sold recently ure
"speeding along "
"Instruments and equipment
ore being Improved and develop-
ed." the department uold. "and It
Is believed that the neor future
will see another contribution from
the U S Government townid the
development of safety in flying "
An Army filer at Mitchell Field
probably saved n life recently by
some quick thinking and a rudl-
.mentnry knowledge of sign ialnt-inir.
Just ns a commercial filer was
leaving the field his landing-gear
broke unknown to him. As every-
one was frantically seeking wavs
to warn the aviator of his plight
a field attache conceived his slgn-
patnting Idea. As soon as another
ship touched the field he rushed
to Its side and painted thereon in
blazing letters "Lnndlng gear
This ship was dispatched to
overtake the comrjrerclal filer. It
succeeded and thus 'carried Its
message of danger. The menaced
aviator warned or nis tuiiicuiiy.
Six men are on trial In Ailinta. ' Theie was no '.vnchini; '
plrlt of Jnmes'Young that I rha'Spd with shooting to death a Governor Dun Month o. Tex-..
came a prohibitionist aft i nT dlv n ty tulen ' "A lawless executK.ii t th - Innds
kku.u jm bwwi. ..... i.rH. .in oi o moo it murdei mid i the deli
"Future landing fields are going
to be like railroad terminals with
shuttles buses and other carriers
running direct to thorn on the out
lying districts of cities.
"High speed underground pneu-
matic tube service similar to that
now used by the Post Office De-
partment In New York City to
shoot mall uptown and downtown
will connect the airport with the
central post office to expedite the
fast delivery of air mall once It I.-
on the ground."
FORT WORTH. July 22 U.P-
Murder charges were filed today
against Mrs. Gladys Earl an ac-
quaintance of J. Barksdale who
died here Sunday as the result of
knife wounds. The stabbing cli-
maxed a quarrel at the home of
Mrs. Earl the latter told the dis-
trict nttorney. Barksdale became
nngo'. s'ic said because ihe
would not older three of her wom-
en friends to leave her home.
PARIS. July 22
tin RntnmiB r-1rv4i.l nia n mntta.- r.F
political expediency was regUter i.l ' lnv"BUOB ""'" "V "v- "'"" niton of that offensP our statutes
by Senator Thomas R Love in ' naves' ot Alabama. Into six de.itns and every participant In -uch in
speaking here. ' ln 8 disturbance at Emelle Ala i att j guilt of viobiting both the
"I never cast a wet vote rrl When the statement of one of the law of Got and man
aided a wet cause either In tie governor- who lesponded to a g n- Eveiy act of mob v.olene.- .... n
legislature or at the polls - Love eraI request wus read to Governor proach to the community in wnich
declared. "I aided In making Dil- l' n- Hardman of Georula he told t w conrmittra and t m tindeu-
las county dry. In addition to run i the United Press: j erv d reflection upon the w.llin;-
trlbutlng a substantial sum of tiiei 'He speaks for us all."' I n ss ol the good citizenship of the
camikilgn fund" i imong me suunicnu were me . community to enforne th.- l.iu
following: I through the i-eg.ilarlv established
FORT WORTH July 22 IU.R- I Governor John Garland Pollard rourt ofjust.ee Out government
Lieut. Gov. Barry filler pledged j of Virginia: I ia one of law ancj howevei atroc-
himiclf to take at least 60 perl "I think lynching Is birbarous lous oi revolting the rime of the
cent of Uie tax burden from the whue 1 am governor or Virginia ' niob's victims m i.v be there c.in be
farmer rancher and poor man and every power vested in me by law no jusiifie ition Vim -..Mtini; t-nl
place it on the untaxed' wealth will be used to prevent any surh thn o.d.-rh ml. or i w h- m un
witnin Texan cities in the event rf blot on our civilization My pie-
hls electJn to the governorship dec. saoi in office and a vast ma-
He pleaded thr.t en the bisis of I jority of the good people of tin
I"' In t -Ion W
llos'.i i. i ! in t'
. i .Id ! 1
his 33-year lecord in the public
life of Texas that the people put
him at the head of administrative
Mrs. Porter Saffell and daugh-
ter. Mrs. Una Tucker made a
hort visit with Mr and Mrs. S.if
New Medicine Earns IjKtliig Grat-
itude Of Tort Worth .Mother
Make Ileal Itecord
Mr. and Mrs. Hob Lee and Mr
1 and Mra. A. G. Langley of Ilreck-
' enrldge visited Mr. and Mm Abe
l'KINCi: RACK HOME
CHICAGO. U.R Prince a pony
owned by the children of John
W. Moore is back home after
spending a two-day "vacation "
The pony jumped over the Moore
back fence and was found on the
grounds of the Presbyterian Old
People's home two days later The
old people were taking turn-- rid-
STEPHENVILLE July 22. (U.R)
In a political rally heie Jani"8
Young characterized his opponent
In the gubernatorial race. Thomas
B. Love as "that carpetbagger
from Missouri who has been a
disturber of the peace ever since
he first put his feet on Texas
He charged the state hlghwiy j
commission members with main- j
taining a "Kaiser attitude" to-
ward the committees of Texas by
routing roads so as to leave thm I
state take the same view and foi-
tunatelv lynching in Vlrgini- have
been very rare." i
Governor Hucy P. Long of Louisiana-
"I have been governor of this
fetnto for two years and no one
white or black has been lynched
during that time. The policy of my
administration has been to compt-1 1
an observance of the law on both
slde3. That Is that there be no par-1
THE V. It. C. ALLAN
llurch Hotel Second Floor
Itadlonlc Analysis and Diet
For First Class
PATE U-R0S. CI
r- X a. - t;
.E A NEKS I
' liiKiar wH
TICKET FOR PILOT
CHICAGO. IUP J I McGrndy.
o stunt "flier discovered Unit m
matter how good an excuse a man
might have he can't get awny
with a parking violation. McOrady
was forced to dencend on a base-
bill diamond In Grant Park on the
lake front when the motor of his
plane "cut out " As soon as the
flier lunded he was given a ticket
by Sergt Arthur Hohlof for viola-
tion of an ordinance prohibiting
lurking In the park.
PICKED WRONG HOUSE
CHICAGO. U.P.-Whoever left n
neatly dreased. G week-old baby In
a satchel on the back porch of
the Imme of Alderlch Grab n tele-
phone lineman picked the wrong
house Grab Is u bachelor and
hastened to notify police of hiH
It may be out of season but we
know of a couple of Hunters wuo
shot a record all to pieces
The greatest vacation of nil is
lo pitch a tent and sit down to
rest In It The tent not the
An Ohio tourist l.w a si...
hat when it blew off and lire
flold where a cow was gra-
Now York police have been
structud to be more quiet In
performance of their durli
There nro timo. no doubt whei
people would like- lo have them
keep absolutely s'lll.
Canada expects to collect $300.-
000.000 from American tourists
this summer Wonder if that tn-cludr-
tlu rebate on the empt
n'...H .1' i3 '1 Nt S. wi I no '
IF THERE'S A "LOVE NEST" AND CHILDREN
Lven a uidtiuer ctpeciull)
this uiduuer Hob Itiisslter
needs Inv . In his life! And lu-
die. then are . . . willing to
furnish affection . . and tn lie
to hold that affection when it
changes to deep low!
JL.erTJ2J- MbHV-?-!-1".. Lix' "Vi
4i C'TA -vrisa ?3;7A
g$rm-pMrm w vonj. w trDStaECMl
Still Gieig St
VEUDII.L tU AN
What fine news this is for those
mothers who are worrying oer the
III health of n beloved son or
daughter. Head what Konola did
for Vrrdlll Cowan. 7. of 6H West
v J Second street. Fort Worth Texas
3iVi His mother. Mrs. B. M. Cowan.
Konlola restored my health and
...J... t ....H n 111 ..fc. 41.1. anln-
IMilw L nam iu iii "ii"i uiw i'i...
dlj medicine did for my son He
was always tired and under weight-
His appetite was o poor tht some-
timra he went all day with no
nourishment other than a glass of .
milk. I waa greatly worried over I
hu condition Hut Konjola proved
to be the. very medicine and tonic
he needed. In three weeks a re-
markable change came over him. I
He Is not tired cuts three meals
a day arm lo gaining in weight ana
.strength. He looks better than he
ever did. I surely recommend Kon-
jola to every mother who has an
Konjola contains no alcohol no
nerve deadening drops no heartde-
presslng chemicals. It needs no
auch Ingredients Its meeriilng won-
ders to perform.
Konjola Is sold in Breckenridge
i Texas at Bowen Drug Store anj by
all the best druggists in all towns
throughout this entire section.
Let us put your Radio in condition to i
keep in tune with the world. j
We Are Equipped To Give Expert j
Service On All Makes !
Perhaps .some minor adjustment will put your Undid
in condition aj;ain. When the Radio gives trouble
All Work Guaranteed
Service Calls Anywhere in City $1.00
MILLER'S RADIO SHOP
Here's the storj of socially promi-
nent Hubert Itiisslter handsome
lonely. Lining -Ii ! until his two
vxuidl) ul.e children decide It's time
ti rescue I).uld from her a social
A great talking cumedj dniui.i'
Acted bj a cast nf New York stars.
You'd pay .'t a scat to see Ihein lit
'e York except Charles llugglcs.
You'd paj $5 tit see him anil brai;
abiilit it ht'caiis- he's one of the
stupe's iiutstiiiidiii comedians.
THE LADY LIES
Breckenridge American Wednesday
Issue for Endurance
Located at Hoii's Ifcittery Shop
Corner Kim and Haylor
... - flfe
Cool Air Will
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LAST DAY TODAY
. "LOVE AMONG THE MILLIONAIRES"
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