The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 213, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 9, 1933 Page: 2 of 4
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THE BRECKENItTDGE AMERICAN. BRECKENRIDGE TEXAS. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 193.
BRECKENRIDGE AMERICAN CLr the I r tO rT ZT lT
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f .iii) person firm or corporation which iiiuv iippcur In any
' ViiM-rlrnii puhllciitlniis it ill . ihcerfulU corrected upon In?- .
utit to tin- attention f tlu pohllshcr. In wine of error or i
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i '. nrwif Itulrfe fi'r dulling.- further twin tho iiliiount reeel.od
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rii(. f uMiie to reoeltr their jHipor rcgulail will confer n
i i'. iinrmgemi'iil hj. reporting aine to Hie Irenlutliui '
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by Lucy Wallinc?
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lit III XIIIITV
Ofll null Circulation .Manager
tilt I illtor
A slitttnt Editor
Awl. Adt. Manager
I'oreiitiili Mi'ih Kept
i -l.l rial by Col It ugh Nugent Kitssvrald i
"p J .08 On month
i rnrrlur 13 Three cnoott't .
AH. SUBaCUUTION PAYAHl.ft IK ADVANOB
Oil Price I'Mxiny-
.. .'Is I he question of oil price fixing wna ns fnr as
iiit mil as tin' ietiiiluiiMi i-wU thi wuek nwnit-
i"ii in WfiBhiiiyturi.
i. I. line Mired tttemlcit the oil coda hour-
ill i Imi-k to Wuihintun hn th? codes aft-
i iis' -tudy and four days" further notice to in-
' ' m -. an Utkon up for a filial selection out of
i i ah and countvr-prDpjtgthi.
'I. -prvsiin- mi pfiTMitinl view ns to th wis-
i" iii"-finiR swtiuii mtid adoption or rejection
i .mi. d hi much doubt.
" ..! pfiident and major oil gitiups are extensively
' i" Washington. The state' interest ha been J
'.i t'lth uy representath'es of the governor's office
i ' attorney xeneiTil. behalf of the law-enforce-1.
" (i f government.
i t tin future history of the oil induatrv in 'lWn
matwl by the government dKisiou on the ques-
(.iintrnl whether -tu-h control is decreed by
indirect means to the same end.
The Legislative Intent
nr rials -mich is made f the leifnl fiction of
itr miaul." Thi ntorv ia old ol a lobbviat Irvine
svi.. uiHwerad the mKunient of legislative intent by
' nillit to know .(omethinp about; l wrote the
iit. i. .uxiiiiwnts over the legislative it. tent in
. fi V ill lu. ItfllAa.ul ill illlllllle l.-k allliul 'Pnviie likti
4 A . the viinouit iii'liiitn roU a to anti-trust
ii. i w iimy have t if to Washington to find out
i . . levi-lative intent
i-is efficient lien li.liiioii. head of the national
is -iiliiiiiutrittiun h sent to 'IN'xas a mimeograuh-
i i .i yeiieral bill that would bv acceptable to the
mI yoM'iiiuiiMit. He :uk careful to point out that the
..tin. l.ail authority to use it in such way an it cho
.1 In ll.'l.SIH far 1 Htlltl' llavv iP tut tliu aVHpt Inn-
iiiiiiitijjrrnphed letter uImo wua Mtit the Te.xn.
-asuijj the nnnle draft embodied nraeticuilly
fiileral xQvernnient beliereii neceaaiirv bv .ttnte
iii:(ii 111:111: ion vv
HK II r l.llM. prrltr llnhl
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miinnari 11I llltliy'a dcnnrlmrnl
tMtf rTllj imirrlra IIU'K
lit lli:il. runalrurlliin imrrln-
lri.il.nl lllrk iiiit hrr run.
Ilnuril rninl.irmrnl nml nlrnila
I. it n hump hitl r.r la drlrrmlnril
lu mi mi tturklnic.
Ilm Vl.l. rnaklMit nrllal
kii.i mi.i:m: tiiin. atmi...
riihfr In Ihr mtrf llalnic uttlra
H.ll.. I ira ralli'inrlil lull ilu
m.ii iiaii. hrr ari'rrt. I'tui hniira
nfiev hrr Hitirrlnitr live Irtirna
IhHI atir Milial iHllkr ll lrl In Nrt
)lk flit Itlr alitrf nnil lliul ahr
111.11 Irntft. Ihm nlielfl
hr lllla iinlll nhr unit lllrk
iif hi .IImm llHr irlllMia lilm
IM 11 ita lllrk Itlkra hrr Ii liar
at.llHii iiii.I rv lirr nliMjiril krr
mill Hrnm ll.r irnlii liiilnr akr
a kiln iln n mtr Mirl ill
SHU Oil W'l'lll Mil: 1 1 (lit t
nVK nwuku wllh tliu dawn and
Itiv f..r a 1..11K uhlte h.iI.Ii ii
Ihw wintry HudMtl rlvvr as
train ivi ly. Sllu wouilorvil
ulxiHt I'll shul tin m ilii'liK
l IhH hour wlistlifr ha wis
unlrp j ml UreumlliK of lior ur in
11 Ir uy Id work 81m rem lied
umlnr hr pillow for thu ihanul.
twit ll whs llivrtj anil the littltj
Cold -ilillliB rtllK Mas sufo - e
irltnl tile rtiiit on and decided to
wear It until she urrlvud ut ttia
Over her black pajamas she
lpiid a lilnek silk roOu with n
ureal. Koldeu ilrjrim heavily m
brntilereil nu tile hack. A pair if
KOlilen mulc completed her Pull
ninii aitaeinljlu ft nil she picked up
litr itresoInK raits and made for
the ilresslni; room.
"(lood moriiliii;" an uncertain
Tnt"e r retted Kve as hIiu entered
"(loud tmirnlns." Kve answered
tth u isslft uppralnal of the
young craaluru beforit liar. An
extremely plain face but one
which was rapidly bolu trans-
Iiirini'il Dy Hie mpert uee of cos-
iiieiiea. The other Klrl drew a'
l tin .fSfesL. JBuaaLPr .fk.
SiLh ULLLLVl aiKu. ft)3ftHBlijA)r Jug 1 AaltoAiaKiUMaaiaftMflaaidHHH4V
With fingtrs that iicof bve lure open lite llitn fellow envelope.
knob when she turned bark "My view Phoebe Inc. She knows
uutnu's Coriniiu Ucvore." slio said what t.ako City Is wearing before
and paused. "Not that we're we know It I'arlo Hartiea "
likely to meet otfaln of coiirau"( ICve sank weakly Into a deep
slio hurried on when Kve re-1 cushioned chair. She was more
maliiril sileut. debalini; whether than hurt. Slio was oven a Utile
or not to return the confidence by frightened. Would this thine she
telling her own name. "I know had dono always stand betsveen
what you'ro tblnkln.'" ulio went 1 her nnd Dick? He couldn't
on defiantly. "That It sounds loavo his work to coin with her
rnado up. Well ll 1st My real 011 a houeyuioon trip. Why
name la Coru Ullly. I've ulwayu1 should he exnoct her to elvu uu
blue wimiI frock over her head In hated It and I didn't tee any rea-i her big opportunity to spend a
on iiulck motion Then she Mood aon for dragline It alottt to .S'ew baneytnoou nt liotneT Oh. why
ork." had this whole miserable situa
tion come about?
U7IT1! that Con line D-jrore was
.. 1 I
. 1 1. ni
in 1 .it onvenifiit. The advantage of atilMtnittinl
ii mils in the various state acts is on the side of .he
i.nt 1 tin- Uiusbmgtoii bill-fa torv.
i .til tin Ti-xjis lawmakers nui s-e the question just
. .hinytiiii doen. Hut in the form of this requimt for
huon. nothing prevents the "JiMping uf the model
' i meet the particular question at stake in Toxin
1 defined attitude of the state irovernment.
He's in Sports
" u in the
' x prefix.
1 M uld.
1 iiuiit tabbr ).
I I'.- of
' 1 .1 man).
1 imlard of
1 - meure
t un (abbr I-
1 .ii Hon of
. 11 ilement.
1 . apprehend.
in. ill Us.
1 t n 1 ranee
1 .- 'ky tt'h
. si Jem.
llrj Of & A
11 I xle of
41 I . .rt fruit.
.uivcr lo I'resloiiH I'uilc
l a A I A Q ABK
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tThe man In the
picture Is thi-
tcreatest of a'.l
tSTa put on.
SI Waste plee of
( from lonr;er
1' staple by
comb I nit.
t 63 Pronoun you
SSOn the lee.
59 The home city
. f the pi. turd
man I ?
6 The pictured
matt won the
in as well
i.Unt klnic of
man Is ti
Hrtdle aim p.
Itlb or rim for
To sleep In
pickle or any
To pull along.
Part of a
before the long mirror and pulled
the drm tightly over her hips
turnltm light and left.
"There! All ready for tbo big
adventure." she announced portly.
Kve lifted her eyebrows Inqulr-
Ingly The girl lit a clgurel and
ronfldeit "I'm nervous ns a cat
This Is my first trip to New York.
.Married girl friend lives right
asrtvti the river In New Jersey
bill 411a iinesn't e'ipect mo. You
see I've taken my life In my own
hands. I wunt to tltul a husband
liefnrv (he bells ring 30. There's
a now crop or girls springing up
very yeur und there certainly
aren't enough eligible to go
aniund ut our four corners. My
sinter discovered It too late so
I'm hitting fur new pastures be-
fore I'm past thu age."
gve tin find net hnlr with s lit-
tle Jade nml gold comb. The girl
"That's a pretty wedding ring."
she said "Well you're one of
the lucky ones to have a nun
baud In these days ut competition!"
gone loavlng Kve with tbe '
guilty feeling that she bad boon
a trIBH snobbish.
"She may not he so lovely but
she's wise." Kvi said tu her own
reflection In the mirror. "She'll
make people notice her. She'll
probably get Iter man. too ami
when she duns she'll know enough '
to hung on to him Oh how
could I leave Dick us I did'"
However. Kve was pleasantly
excited as (he train drew Into .
tiranil Central station. A redcap
took her bagti nnd led tbo way to .
a taxi. Sbo reached the hotel In rounds
a Mutter of anticipation. She shops.
I" ATRIl however as she rodo to
- tbo style advisory bureau of
Phoebe Inc. Rvo's (rallied mind
concentrated nu tho business of
the day. Kredn Carter was to
meet her there. They had made
the appointment In a hurried
telephone conversation. I-Vedu
seldom stopped nt a hntet when
In New Yurk. ns she had a sister
living In Ilrooklyu.
With Freda who was just back
from Paris her head full of fuuh-
Ion news and her trunks packed
with Kronch gowns. Kve madu the
of Nesv Yurk's smartest
They spent a leisurely
wroto "Mies Kvu llaylens" on the noon period with some auvertis-
register and Inquired If there ! tng woman over a menl served
wore any ineetna.es for her. She peasant style In a quaint French
held her breath while the clerk restaurant.
looked. Yes there was a tele- That evening 10 vo dressed for
gram. ' dinner In a new gown of pale gold
live clutched ll lightly as she ! lacu. It represented thu mens-
fallowed the belt boy to tbe eleva.
tor. She looked attractive but
was entirely oblivious la the up.
praising glances that followed
ber. Her suitcase unstrupped.
she dismissed tbe boy with a tip.
turned the key In (he lock and.
with fingers that shook tore open
(be thin yellow envelope.
She stared at the uiessnKe
Tbe girl's hand was an the door) long moment ll read: "liii-
ver the coffee cups "I thought
uii'd like to see a musical eom-
ly so I arranged It I met uu
itorestlng man on the ship
melt Frnuks Is his name. Ue's
mg to call for us at tight
Kve tald she would enjoy gutn
the theater. She wns suriirlit
in two men lustend of one met
in as she nnd Frcilu lell llio
I brought thl lone wolt almig."
niks explained after Inlriidurlnt:
eron Keecc "lietause he needid
ipstiy I linpe yiiu'll like Itlm "
He look likable." Freilu ald
'he und her esiort led the svuy
u tux nub. ICve fol lowed ixiilt
'ece wbi charms wuslly uver-
ii ulnwed llniKe uf Franks.
JuilRlug (rum the tipplnute I bo
miisK'.il hew was n great sun ess.
I-m followed Us th"ine only vu-
cuely. Slio- permuted herself to
ipue Into lethui'gy. iiiil'llig 11. 1 a-
lonully t smile hrlghtly 11 1 tier
'i.inpniiliilis She whm rnnsclnus uf
pliaslng music and then the Hunt
Thernti Itceco iumme(l uiie at (ha
-.nig lilts us he guttled her thrmmh
1 h lobby' As they JhIiipiI tho
Miruug walling for calm uiitslde bo
urgea.tei a night club.
a a a
nKECK was disappointed when
the head svalter wus unable to
1. it them at a table In the Inner
Ir.-le A suinrt chorus of young
iirN was ilutu'lug vivaciously benu-
r ' fully The applause was hetirty
nil long. Then the dnurlug i-ih-o
wai cleared fur patrons. Franks
did not dunce but Iteeco apparently
wanted to bo on thu door all Ihu
Mine. Again and again h muiiHged
so that ha and Kve sere on ih
Moor nnd the center of attention
before the other duueors left their
tables. Kve svna not quite sure sbo
liked tills. Thu lights turned lo a
rosy glow and tho nrches.r.i played
a waltz that mndo Kve think of
Dick. Keefe hild her cltwely but
Kvo drew nsvuy.
When they returned (0 their ta-
ble. Freda was displaying a new
clgnret ceso shu had purchaietl in
Paris. She (mseeil it aniuud Kvo
glanced ut tho other tables then
hesitatingly took 11 clg-irut Franks
closed lis baud over IL
"Don't." he Mild. "It spoil' tbo
Illusion.'' Then he aihlwl. 'Willi
apologies to Mise Carter!' Freda
smiled. She did not mind.
"And don't drink either." Ite.-co
added as he poured (he contents at
a silver Mask luto (hree glasses ut
linger ale. "We svunt ymi to keep
Hint 'Utile girl' look. It's a ruro
thing In u place like thin."
As the left the night club ICnieit
Franks suggested walking u lesv
blocks bofore he eseurted Freda lo
bur slster't hoinu In Ilrooklyu.
"Fifth Avenue Is right around (ha
corner." he said. "It's a uluriuu-i
night and tliu svludowsi ufler mid-
night are alwuys worth looking .11 "
Freda agreeil to walk with lilm.
The sldewalka svern dry nnd bur
long fur coat protected her iigulur.
the cold Hut lleeoe protested that
Kvu's wrup svaa Inadequate so they
separated. Iteece signaled a taxi-
cab anil he und Ksu drove to her
"Aro you so nbsurdly young ns
you look?" ho askeil. Then with-
out waiting for au answer he !-
liherutcly took her hand He heir'
It tightly and Kve did not try in
withdraw It. After all. It wus but
a row wocus to the notui.
Suddenly the niuu tui!f her in
a score of private offices The sen-
ate already hrm Invited the board of
control out of funds already given
It. to Install un elevator In b.u-k (
the senate chamber.
University regents have Issued
about $1000000 bonds und bought
them in from the UnWerslty perm-
anent fund to speed up the need
ed building program Just liriii-
coinpleted on the campus nt At4&-
1 1 11. ami on the campus of It
branch A. & M college nt College
Available fund revenues from the
permanent fund's Investment svUI
be requited to puy off these bondf
"I'm that slimy serpent of
Street: I'm not so bad "
"I'm that Infamous radical
Texfta; I'm not so bad."
Those are virtually the wortle In
which Walter C Tengle Stnndnrd
Oil president and James V Allred
Texas attorney geneiat. .ntroduced " cin v foisvmd all pormunCnt
thonwelves. as they Mat about the Improvements to the two campuses.
rue leglslatuie Is furbldden to
grant money for such Improve-
tUPitHeives as they Mat about the '"
I counsel table of the Washington oil ''
! cmle hearings.
Mr. Allred had sent an Invitation
to some of Tcagle's chief lleuten-
itttts to ulteml his nnll-rust oil
hearing at Austin. The invitation
had been through the courts ami
in the first test. Ptfs R (' Ilolnn-
of the Testes Oomp'iny nrrepted the
Their self-lnti ntluctlons alludxl
to some of the Implied cnnlmvei
( sles of the oil ln-uilng.
Ho the state tax board is rentip;
office spuce in Austin office build
Ings and setting up nirt ()f its :iun
mented Hdminlstrnttve stiff ushv
from the cnpltol.
Just recently five departments
svert iiiovihI out of the e.ipiiol. but
that merely was to jirovlde spuci
that senators may have private of-
fices and legislative committees
may have more room.
i The rental costs svlll not be the
1 whole story for there will be quite
j nn expense In fitting up more than
There should be no proposal ur
if mude It should speedily be dW
muled of taking the unlveisitv
IH-irnunent fund for investment id
I lie public svurks state bond i sue
These state bonds as issued bv
tlie legUluture should be le.idily
livable elthei hi the open muikc'
or by deposit sMtn goveinmen'
it:i-ncles for limns to Texj fm
111 tilli- iinpl.ivemeitts.
The Ulffeieiire is the g-eat lixit'
of the li'Klslutille in pitying .iff II
..liligtitions when they are lo the
slute ltself svheieas the legislutll'e
him never refused to pay principal
..ml interest of any bond thai svent
into hnmls other than of the date
This nssinnes the poaaage of lKr
t20lM)oiHM) bond authority two
Spare the tod and spoil the fish
.W.'.rKM'.S AND HIS KUIK.N'DS
SET FOP A
FOR RED .
MATTEP RED? '
IV VP&.M nnin.l
IH MY LEG -I'LL
rt UP.' r b ALL RIGHT.
j-rVt L THOu6H.''
7 wiivt'c. VV
'( WRONG? 1"
RED I IAJ
TO SHORE f
ure of her yielding to thu tempta
tion to purchase every lovely
thing slio beheld.
She found herself warming to
L....I. I.... Il'lll. I... tf.u fnll I
none of the "barrier of to;mny il arms and. before she c.mld free
that often exists beiweeu women
who are brought logedier by pro-
reesloual lutereeis They dined
pleataiully al Kve's Hotel.
"AlMiut tonight." Freda said
herself pressed his lips lo hers
They arrived at ihe hotel und
Kve without so much as 11 good-
night hurried to (he elevator
('lo lie Continued I
t THOUGHT HE IMA 5WIMWIM'
WAS A GOOD HOLE YES BUT
SWIMMER jOTMER- ' IM A LAKE UKE
WI6E I VSOULDNt ) THlb. MOT SO
HAVE SUGCESTEO- HOT. PAT.' j
IT! J tr x.
- - - 1 S 1
.tl ' fr .
YOU KMOYV. I 1HIMK YOU
WCRC VERV BRAVE... RCALLY
I Oa..RlSKNS YOUR
LIFE UKE THAT
A LINE OF TYPE
d I voice courts
will piovide the terra sqtilrnta.
tho Conservation Cnmi. Wonder if
they'll want n bonus fnr mosquito
I Going to the bathing liMtehp) blteu. pulson Ivy ouffering a n d
Oov.inment geological survey re these (leys shows you wliere artists sunburn
porta that the wlwfc country liasot the Idea for the cornlc strip. I
an earthotinke the. J nut because a ninn is beM.i.-
street cars Later we supiHMe the MUt six month. Cutting us all oin The bonus army of 0g la now in himself these days It is no sii
. ' ' . 1 I. . .. i. i....i.iu ur.
it. iTiuiig m "". .-'
Italian honeymoon couples in
Koine are given free tickets on the Men having
LIFE UKE THAT . '
juj -avJv 'A-'m
(aw. SHUCKS.') fa fiTT
iTHAT YvAaVny( JA
t AMYTHIV&!( jNLimJ
im 1 Kiiir v iK w 1
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'f ''bvJv V A Hrau s pt Ofr 7
mm ' fc im s nt nsvict. i0 I l t'
SS Paid publicity
Halt an em
17:740 F' - -I
w wrR' iw-
"MM r"i Hll In.
MY1 rStfT IT rfSANC THC
IAJHBCP OT GIRL'S WHO ARE
MIXED UP Itt COiME'LlSTCtt
TO THIS- 'MlS'a LULU LILLY
ALIAS MISS COWDy; WANTED
)UT OUR WAY
T SM-5 M3 COVtyr-. 5HC 13 - t
WAMTtD BY THE POLICE WCANTHAT"
III MANY CITtE'i.l'a APPC5TED trDDiHl r I
111 MUWIA-W C AfE - MID
SHE LOOKS LIKE SUCil
A SWEET GIPL.
'v . a eiAtrr r ini J "1' "V..
A r Tff.E. I WHTL. W o A. J
( SHC CLAUDS AH ALIBI SAYS JPyf7 OMPAPA. AM I 114 FOP '
SHE VAS LUNCHING WITH I s)0 T' BV!THEPE'S A COP
AN UNKNOWN MAPPICD MAN J LET V I ON THE CORNCP-HEPE'S )
I AT THC TIME THE CRIME! WAS ME V WHERE SNEAK
.1 COMMIT TED --POUCE. SEARCH SEE. V ACROSS THE STREETVH AT
' FOO LUNCHEON COMPANOt4 y THAT.' 1 v : -tL11655 ' rt
hlliT" OrA-M ? OH 1'M
!'.' 1 JlS v-CetPirvA" TRACT OF '
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' .U VstWEM I OPEN MV UTTLE. KaVWW
' JIPP Book am' ask fer a mgaslW ' rW'!lV
T TWO BITS TWER WONT BE V V V V AVV i
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( ABOUT T L.SSEe - OMG. SgZs 1 IS.'JV1
n . "OPE.'SS - Foo-ATeEM Dollars f2& L ' U
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