The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 191, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 18, 1934 Page: 1 of 4
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BRECKENUIPGE STEPHENS COUNTY TEXAS. WEDNEMjAj Jl LA In lP'Jl
OJ.P' MEAK3 tMTED PIIK33
(U.PJ MEANS UNITED PRESS
PRICE FIVE CENTS
BANDITS LOOT ALBANY BANK
Do tfl Part
AAA AGENT TO
BE AT GRAHAM
SAT. JULY 21
Information Vital to Farm-
ers of Stephens County to
LARGE CROWD B
AT NECESSITY county agent
') he. n irelrd at the
ah.-iit uffirr announcing
). I White of the Agrleul-
n f It mii iii n Washing-
i c. m :.k a. tJraham.
i i Jn. . l it in a tit . ac-
.n Hi I . ifc
Hrcckcnriclge Delegation Is Given Hearty
Reception; Band Plays; Candidates
Speak; Refreshments; Good Time
The .Necessity community was Kattcrwhile for 48 year a rctd-
hot to a visiting delegation from nt of lhp conununlty nnd W P
Ur.ck.nrld Tueaday evening al V.rbrough who Im. been here long
enough to classify a a pioneer of
which time more than 350 people tMt fCj0n
from the two place gathered In the Anton tho-e from Breckenrtdgc
autiitorltMn of the school building Introduced al the gnt-hertng wcr
to hear a concert by the Buckaroo A K Sweeney president of the
Luke Ballard Sets Out Pro.
cedure for Farmers to
Will Breck Solve This
Tl . il) i
c t Mi in'
tl if mill tli- i i
I 1 1 nv r
ii'f in be d' 1I--
i thi results ''I
"Kfttn of the ftnto
If In the Hicrkul-
tiul i- of vital and
in 11'KK 11AU.AKI)
County Audit Stephen County
Thc latent Inforntntlon on the
liankhend Cotton Control Act. te-
celvecl at Uie county agout'ti of-
fice states we may expect nny
day nil printed form together
with a CO pHgc printed pamphlet
nf administrative rulings foi the
enforcement of the Bnnkhond Act.
Itegulatton. under till law pio-
vlde a limit of production to 10.-
IGO.Zftl hale of US potii.d. net
weight. Cotton growu-i fit excess
W'-'h while ititnmt to all iitUK-lw
.' phens i ii t n hiding wheat
i i tiii i'i n 'inmttt'i-" and
h v iinii 'tii" and npeelal-
) j t.. the -r tier- county Vlon
v i f i r
1' khc i
t t A.
M mill !
'ii K nr I
(j r i s t ."
m i t uuti mi. ik.
lllrrd Hands" III HreCH
Ii ii ".III with E A Cum owr
I"ixa Louisiana lwr C.
lini.ard. county li(nJ A)d rt n (n the fAtu o( cnainber of commerce. Odie Mln-
nhdidnten for office m a program atra manor of tint organization
tunning for tx hours and further Iternice Trnmniell. DoHiert Down-
nmrntln the frtetxlly relation ex- Ing and J. Iawrence Dian editor
uitinff hetwean Ut two .ectora of Uie llreckoarlUg. A mar lean;
The batM undrr the leaderahtp of and n Mr. Minatrn cxproaied It
mraetor J c JiurKeu renuereti an two ox uto mwi raihianmn o (JIIOlnB wjj j0 ublo;t to M
imreuiir prRTm oi muaiOHi leacnera ui una uuiuiiy wn. imu
number- whuh wrrr heartily en- Mr. Gcorse Shocklej'.
)oyed. if thi rnthunlaiitir apptaunc Cundliliito Sx-ak.
u to In- tkfii n the indication. About twenty candldatoa for
The meeting u ciillnd to order county dlatrlct and precinct offlc-
hy Prif irotg- Shoekl.y. who In- e were praaenl and were given my
ttiNiuctil Krm-.t Maxwell a ohalr- portunlty to pre.cnt their claim to
tnun of Hi' HrH-ki-nrldge delegation the voter of the community.
if ahou' I"" iin'l hr in tutn pte- The ut tendance at the meetinK
r.nted O'Ik Mmn'r. man igei of i edtHnaled conrvntlvely at
thr Hrei'Kei iilyr Chambei of ion) iilMiut 3A0 peraon. and wu .aid to
:n. ire who acted an nin.tri of c''r- have been among the largeat gath-
ninnirn for the occasion and in- eringe of Its kind ever held in the
tfu1ai.il thi xiioui i-pcakei" of county
th. . wning. At the roiicluluii of the proi;iam
PrecrdinK the ip aking special vixitor and local reoldenU .punt un
iH'4i;niUvn waa given to many out- additional half hour In ploa.ant vlr-
taiulln citizen of the Nece.alty itatlon. while a comntittae of local . . Mii0tmcnta.
community aa vsell a. evnal from women eerved iced lemonade. Second tho community commit-
Ilrackvnrldgr. Among the more in commenting on the vlalt thla (oc wm chee Hluj jWM uP w.
prominent resident of that ection motuing. A. E. Sweuwy atnled that Crnmlon coiitatnud In the nppH-
prcaented beor the gathering it wa. his bullff that the vlalt m0 0 t0 tj0 COunty commit-
were Tom Adnma. who hnd lived would result In a lietUr undur- tc0 of y)0 stophanii Cotinty Cot-
ln Uil. county for M yenrs; Unci etandlnp of Uto two wmnuiiiltlos ltm Control Awsoclntlon.
Henry I.mgford. 81 year of ngo.'nnd the ccnientlns of frlondehlp. 'riilrtl fho county committee will
and long-time citizen here. Jimmlc both old ami ncwiy-mado that ex JWM t OIl tj Bttc Allotment
lng. tio hue epent 13 year in let ncivicon tne ciiuen. ot uie iwo
the Net-rfi-ttv -nmtnuntt . K. M. towmi.
ioi uiefTil'. ruhip
mltiiinl.tTK' im "f
i C"ntt"l At
l.uW. Ha'l.fl ii l
' i of . in
I ir li I.' "r
.. 'hat Ii
I . "iir
'. t ' hi i
. .i 1 1 1 .
i hole I
por cent tax nt date of sale.
The procedutu by which fann-
ers will obtain tholr production
allotment will bo substantially nr
1'tr.t he will go to his commun-
ity committee to moko his appli-
cation for allotment giving all of
the information as to his pfl.t pro-
duction on the fa nil that applica-
tion foi allotment la made.
Quota for allotment will lie de-
termined generally on tho basin of
the piodurtlon average for the
five-year baae jhjiIwI 102S-32. ex-
cept of course that pcrso-is not
heretofore growing cotton niny
There U u proposition brloro llin citizenship of ItreckcnrliUi'
ni the present moment tliut hlinuld pall far unher Jmlgincnt n id
quickest itcilon "n tlie part of thoso win) are Interested In (be
v elf ii re of the city ami In neelng It prti(jress with tho times.
Today Is the final ditto nllnued by the federal goi ninint
in the mutter of securing n location for the Niitinnnt (luitrd unit
recently orgnnlrcd here and army offlcr In the city today
are Insisting thai something definite he done nt once. U'bnt ver
hclloii ma) bo taken must bo made today and to speak fr.itik-
I) If arrangements cannot be made by midnight llrcokenrldgo
v 111 Iom- I lie unit.
It will be recalled Hint much unrU and no little- oxpenso him
Ihcii Inciirri'd In tin ilieloimeut of interest thus far and It
lll iurther Im lememliored that tho company was designated
fur this city only in or the competition of mi .titer plitco that Is
offering Just exactly what Itreck Is in the net of lulling to pro-
x I!. n suitable building I.ir an armory.
Ken now ili'signiitlnn ol the unit and mustering Into senico
of tho men Is being held up pending urruugciticuW for u build-
The National t.imrd null bits u leal worth to tho cllv and
niil- from bringing several thousands of dollars hero in tho
way of bul'dlng rentals pay rolls and other things li Is n dls-
tlii ( asset In the way of training for tin oil imm who liao
slgnid us members.
As tho mutter now stniubi It Is squarely up to tho town lo
do sDinething and do It now; delay will ni-iin disaster ns wo
nre .ilrcatU op iHirrowed lime.
What Is llrerkenrldgo lo do In this Important matter? . Mr.
Cltleli Hip answer Is with you.
MEN TAKE LARGE
AMOUNT OF CASH
Early Check Shows Between $6000
99000 Was Amount Taken At
nlw i .! d l let'-
Hi i .' then com-
. . . I ettcour
. I ii . r. fnn each
M al ihlr t.Ual meeting 111
Hi HalUrd stated.
Governor Suspends Civil
Law to Enforce Mandate
for Own Protection.
i MSMAHK N. D.. July 18. U.R
In a swift though effective move tluriii"; the noon-hour
lull in business today two-bandits stepped into the First
National liank at Albany and levelled a machine prim on
Joe Clark cashier of tho institution Mrs. Edith Hunter
Charlie Castles assistant cashier and another assistant
ind informed them that "for the present tho bank would
hold ipcn-house" ifter which thoy scooped up all available
ash. kept the party covered with the machine fnm and
pistols until they backed out of the door and fled in a
Ford "-S two-door sedan in a northerly direction on the
Throckmorton road and in the general direction of the
Hrazos river breaks.
The robbery occurred about 12:20 o'clock while there
wore compnratively few persons on tho street and so quiet-
ly diii the pair execute their mission that no one knew of
the hold-up until the bandits wore on their way out of
o tow u it was said.
While a complete check wna not
- ABANDONED -
Motorist Quits Lizzie To
KI. PASO. July 18. U.R -A mo-
toiii' here recently aolved the
pioblrm of what to do with Ll-
r.lo whm ahe gets to old to aell
and too wotn out to run antlafnc-
torily. lie .topped lila car with a flour
ish near a railroad crossing
Conservative Labor Lead-
ers In San Francisco
Would End Strike.
NO ARRESTS IN
Two Guns Found Near Citv
Identified as Being Taken
in Strawn Robbery.
which when all nppHc.itlonn uro
(Continued on l'uge Three.)
Thieves Take Everything
But Hole From Well
' tUy United 1'resio
Defections in the ranks of organ
Armml .oldloi-a tmmnod through lumped out and boarded a pawns a moor uin P'"- -j
Hoard at College Station Tcxae fho corri(J(jri of Mlo (rBHchl train. that a Wreak down in .trlke over
. - ixesiuenis oi mo noiguoornoou ni.w.. . .re....
to.lay onforclng Oov. Uilllom ban- found tw c-r 01)n utor w( Slllt pranelaeo. eonaervntlve
gor'a "reign by might ' aa muitlal molor tm running. I'oltca rwivo tinlonera roeseil for iiumedtnte or-
law gripped thu ontlro state. boen puwllng over Uie strangor! bltmtlon and Uie end of the ganer-
Thu sovornor facing u prl.on xld actions ever since The car "I atrlke. The city generally wa
. . a .. I.. n..lAl tAn.l i.iny nt-a txlnt'.t (fill
.-.nlnneo r...lLIff from hi. ConVlC- WM ""OOei. lOpieae BJlll 111 .u.c . . v .... .....
tlon on criminal chnrgea. Isnued u "ncri" to conditio
proclaiimtlon of military luw today
Theory Baby Was
L'"'wl offiie. -ait i continuing
Uteir etlMttc. in the hunt for the
pnrtie. Uist looted Uie store of
HOHGBlt. Tv. July IS. U.P
Ofncors scnitohed their heads ov-
er tills one.
"Soatr outlandish raJOHla utolc
all civil luw.
It I Ml
il. h'l l
foi till .
r i .
H4) and He cx-
i h fw.rl lont
tin rmirnr of
i i uaeo'ed
t. 'md an HvU
mlxr of high oIimw
4i r t the head of the rttrawn Merrnntilo Co on
Tuesday night and the finding of
parts of two guns In a po.ttire
five mile southwest of the city
ir lending impetus to the belief
that the culprits may be In litis Christian IClidCCWO)
The robbery took place after the
tiighiwalatirnan and another man
had Keen hound. A number of
sun. and a large quantity ol am-
munition wa eid to have been
ILVllTSDALi;. N Y . July 18. "LIU
Kldniinninc theurlor- in the ms-
lerinll dUnnearano. and reaiw' The governors ct.on ca
; .... ' eMifllv upon Uin lieel. of a u
rvi..iivw . ..v..w vviiiiv. -".- .. l..l.lnn lln that
I'lVIIIV WWII mvv.p.wi. o ...-
thc covnlctlon dUUallfied htm for
and 1.200 notional guard.uion wen' pi CImn Tn
called out under onlcrs to suspend ( jut llLll UUllUUl L V)
Be Heltl on July 20
abandoned by authorities today re
in Minneaitolts threats of a gen
eral atrlke In sympathy with truck
drivers sociued dlmtnluluK
Tim Portland labor situation re-
mained criUenl with mediator
slrhittg to prevent a gcnejal atrike.
Senttlo labor proceeded imiitloiu-
ly In voUna- on u gononil .trllto.
Immediately mndo It wns atttted
hy bank officials that tho amount
weuld likely run botweon 0t)00
The robbor.i were In the btink
fcr leas than flvo mlnutca both
men working coolly and showing
n trace of excitement.
The men entered tho bank one .it
a time the fln.t covering Mr.
Clark with a gun. When the ec-
ond man entered ho covurod thoo
In the bonk while the first to en-
ter entered Uto cogoa and icuoped
up the money.
Clint Anderson a customer of tho
bank and un adding machine nates-
man came. Into Uie bank during tho
fiold-up and were forced with tho
others Into a back room after nn
effort to lock them in the vuult
foiled when the time lock fastened
tho door In open position.
Car License Stolen
A check of the license tas on
the nnr used by the men ahowj
Hint It caino from n Hulclc our
stolen at CUco Hat night. Tho
llcunan tag number on Uie our
The Jnon were heavily nrmud
and nilile front tho machine gun
boUi carried pistols und u rlflo.
lloth num were apparently about
23 yeiira of age beardless and un-
laaeiul hi rniivlclioii th 'O-month-
old twiby crawled Uirough bniah oWf0-
and undergrowu for five d.y h-. "e.U- l0.v' 0lM" . 'f""! l.
my 10-foot windmill." complained .ting on gnuandvrgtta.bc. hta""" rTO o"v""ur u - '
:. 7 . p. .. .. ? . nremn oonrt. MOUL-ht lo break the
tiny uands instinctively crsmmea " . . .
niMplliil inuf f ljltir.(ir.
. ' -' --..ow.'
A genet si garden aohool for n Uy an NHA labor relations
Shackelford Stophona. llaylor and hoard.
Young counties will bo hld In .-.
Alabama teMlle .trlke was-tak- m.kcd (ICcordmg lo tlioie who
were onublcd to get n gootl look
Within a few minutes after thi'
and rtrww h
a Hired !Iat.r
orie. ind Mr
. .rtet the ilUtlon
' antcrtatntd that
i ) nt of tin b lii-
..p. t the !! ae
is 41 niMit f men
ii it afi tx -id
tin . U hani; rep-
tvriien of the pro-
Jock Hodge furrnor- rancher.
' They also look a "M-foot stool
tower nnd 100 feet of onilng
everything hut thur hole."
Young county Friday. July 30. by SAN PIUNOISCO. July 18. lU.R) ro)ber. Shorjff Goodwin and
Into his mouth.
from Ihck of water nnd hi body
Linger apparently was sparring
for ttmo pending the convening ot
score 0f joratche. pecll achn of tho state
ts. Uobby Uy In
hospital today with an even chance
J. P. Roaborough Extension bor- Whtu atrlko londore awaited the
vice specialist in gardening. outcome of proposal for an rbl-
' prugnun vin b.n .im..v- tmuon. PUDiio ami private aaoiiciui u.in .i1Pnwi rns. n r.i r
legi.la- y al 10 'C?Ck "nU wU C"1BUl J msRn hlkln5 " Ul9 hacklM otsovernl mlla around tho city In
i"b-. ffannrnt criiininn nlHn.. review of . Vn.nnl.nn'. i-o.in.ol rim '
portse was in pureult of the ban-
dits and a cordon of officers was
. . m . niiruini Bveranu u. uv arvnaw tw - -.. t .. ..j .. .i. UAoiioi r .. .. ... - i
oovorwi wim scored oi ioruicnes - .. 5"iot"i smi i'ii """ son rnmcMcoa gonorei rioi. .vnrv dinietlon
und Intact hlUs. Uobby Uy In a lurCl llw T . L.T . J T. mib-lrrigatlon. grading and aland- Tno r0ull Wtt8 deflntu easing plnto P011nlv 0fficr were
'"" "" ""' j " nrdlziiUon or vacetahlos. now noinia nt ih. fi hnriaA nnA sh-iu at .... . . ..... ...
a fltnea. . . V". . . j " "' "" -- - - - aionnmg guara snoruy ancr noon
ntrucUona to determine his
. iii ..
' .11 .
1 lie. i v
I. 4 I .
One of the moat impre.ive aer- by could hnve lived alone in the
vice conducted for young people woods elnce Thursday when he
wVu wlinei.Kl by a large congre- wandered away from Uie aandplle
gallon of people wlien the newly at hw home but after phi'slcliina
The toolu and barrels of the elected of fleet of the Young Poo-1 completed a thorough examination
f the lewn and WI gutw found near Park have plea Christian Knileavor Society of and announced finding even U
f mam are ..eecml- . definitely ttlentlfled a thoee the Kir.t ChrisUnn Church of mot ntisploloup admitted tho boj-
that were taken In the robbery- Woodson were Inducted into offiw hud not been abducted.
last Munday evening-
J Gordon Weir prreldent of
the Texan Stale Christian Endeav-
or Union of Abilene reud the cere-
mony and gave the charge of of-
fice Hanson Granger president of the
Jl Id-West DlKtrtot ChrtsUan ISn-
d savor Union aUe of AMIenc. ns-
itd Mr. Weir (hiring tf Chris- nwde by Ujc poetoffico department
If-fi . p uan anueavor acrvtCM. tor caaiiiun monvy giunj . i uuivi-
J t IHS lilVeillllr' Mr Wer- lerod oa of the oUier than Uie oCflee on which it i
v' ouuianaing lay poukar tn we iniwn or ai uia oiuee oi irsuanvc.
1're-bytery of this dietrkt wna the IHxUiuister Claude Thompson stat-
Actiag on the presumption that gut speaker during the evening ed this morning j
a auilnbl Armory building will be worship irvlc. He wus intreduc- In explaining the now regulation
ed by Itev Francla M. Uarne Mr. Thompson Hd for lataniple. if
pastor of the oburoh a ierson in lircckcnrldgo nends u
The message n brought by Mr. money order to a pron In Port
Weir wa Inaplrlng a
.a .AJM..4.vs ' " " - - ..-- .--..--- rt ft. htartai unn nmn t mm nun .....-.IAMk ih oanami ina. ...
I"4 "- f(lr nifiee. Th loctalatuto la over- '" '" " "" 'V" T" .. ": ... "i" '"J "- -"" at Metcaif cap while Sheriff J
Score of federal agents at tirat " "V" ;. ' ....... wmTl Ql SruB" nww "" ""' Uon. w. Morrow of Breckenrldce and
T. lltlllllHh-J u " .fc.wi. BHSes. 'I'hnr. ui.ir. Il.r. nrf I h nils. ... .. ..
"- "- -- - . ouior omcera were guaruing in
I scoffed at the poswtbtllty that Hob
ir'i. vilur llln 4hi
iii -'ii that lake rrl
iiiit well j a
i in' io hand It
i i.und o. are
t ithr. wh nvtn-
i i"uin are not
tp ii that I u
..!.-.. an i no higher Urpc of
' i-r.niiip n tii tc found
u i w ri piifiited in the
ii gr b . ii. . ui pro(relisvil
Pollowing the tooling of the
.tore the bandits were reported to
have left in the direction of Ursek-
At noon today no rrst4 had
bteti madt In the uis
i vpv vt
KS Inspection of Co.
W Rule to Apply
On Monev Orders
After Augutt 1 i ch.irgc will be
ID0 AHSK.NTKI5 VOTKg.
A total of 100 absentee bulloU
have been Issued from Uto officii of
. hell i . iited hand' lua
ilil ha ii. onUr and w mitur
i erti"n that il would be a
luiiicl f H l fellow
i-ini'thnig a "Hig
ii iiul mayl" it la
nil go. n er wtr
trip east 4 K'W
found one of th
i-midltion we hve
' 1 thi '1
1. . p 1 1 1
1' .. I nut ii
l igo w
' peon I -'I:
r 11 .sen ui'l inc that put..
Kt everv Kniwn law ..f bol-
iroc. Uu. i
A- oil .! uiiatrta.id lilting
1'U'nn. a ...- 1 1. .play the price
'n.n inritir. 1 gasoline In the
'. t fig in tit.i smv rally are
prvMded for Company V ll'iutf
Infante)'' Ma). O. T fwoker sen-
lor instructor for th.- mtninl. is
otMHtuled u arrive in Hrecksn-
iidg Uil iifurnoou about 1(0
o'atack far the purjx"e of direct-
ing iR.peetton a a tp tewartl
Uvlluve it or not -the rainfall in
tophen. county area U but little
short of the general iverugc for
eU a. Worth it may be oathod at either ' ne in" " mwiu ni th" yoor-
All Inteieated gnrdenors from P o( 0n defiance on the part of .. .M n Mh rltv. hr
Stephen county are urged by the y business community. highway to the north in the bc-
county agenu to attend tht. school . ef Umt th. robber8 n( ht crcJl
which will givo practical Infornia- SBATTI.15. July IS. dl'i police l0 Uj0 euil lo rtjnoh tlJ0
tlon that will bo of great boneftt tattleU 1.000 striker t Snttth Mlghway through thla city.
when brought back and put Into covo scene of strike-breaking ae- T)0go n he bank ul Ul(J Umr
actual demoimtratlon In our county tlvltle. in renewal of riot action of U)0 rohbery stated that while
on SoatUe woter fiont. Many atrlk- tha blinU (1)d tht.m no harni.
era were gassoa. tnoy worc (rmjently warned not
. lQ moj4c an outcry or fulto move
on the threat of death. With
curso the robbers averred that
"we ought to kill thu whole out-
fit." It WU3 BHld.
No trace of the desperadoes had
bctn found at 2.30 p. m. today
according to Information from tho
sheriff office at Albany.
Neal Mvers Faces
Price Of Wheat
POUT WOKT1I. Jul 18 'IT"
No. one hard wheat advanced a
cent a bushel on the Port Worth
market today cIolng at 11.08 1-2
bushel. Tho price is one cent above Uie county clerk It wa ronortod to-
ycoterday's prtco which In turn wa. day
an advance of one cent uoovc Mon- Heque.ts for the ballot continue
duy' price. to come in dully.
RAINFALL BUT LITTLE SHORT
OF AVERAGE FOR BRECK AREA
Tin yea 1 'a raiufull 1 compared
Oklahoma Man Is
Killed by Police
OKLAHOMA CITY. July 18. HT'
J. Hay O'Ponnell 33. Tu!n wa
shot and killed today by 0 detec-
tive who wo making Hurvoy
I'ugh an useerled pal of thu lute
liigh who udmlttcd hu wa un-
thought provoking. It wu brought of Uie two poet office without mj.
la a fine spirit of sincerity- ditloual ohirge.
Tho who wore Initntod a. of- If It i coahut in any other city
wuttexlN; the osmpany Into eer- fleer are un follow: Htoltc Jorni- a fee. the same a made at the
Mae. gan. prctdcnt: Billy Miller vice timo of luancc will be charged.
It I aUted by t4flrr of the proldont: Mary Mull Wallace mc-
cempany that It l vcr' ncoesmry' retary; Huth Dickie treasurer; VI-
that every man in the unit bo ola Now ton recording nccretory
Action un the part of Nattonol
utile 3 4 'irnc jjs one pa- ouard ulbentlc hi been dc-
Dorolhy Turner eorre.pondlng sec-
retary; Mesdumo Bob Daw. Dan
Mytwnd. Turner ind Mull Wul-
t filing .tatton. We are uyfd lor the put few dij pend. Uee. t.poutor: Hev. Krtuet E
lUrnes pistor councilor: rarotens
MnJ. planl.t committee chtr
isi-g hae figure as Uta lmi tlr. tiring et a suitable' build-
. . . t 1 .
i mi arweis Ug for tne armory
In Breokenrldge In the btrt Of The mecllno- thU m'fnlnr lo men. H-an IJtttr.. Dornthv Turner.
u groat oil producing territory tho I called for 7 o'clock and will be ' Piroscna Mybund and Raymond ( c
loUJ slure Kalea uu Ut Neu
York Stock Kxchanc totallad
190000 shares according to a
report of locaj escoange offl-
'C atfauei cr V&i 3.
''.li at Bis!-in
showing 00)1 tucho. although it
ha been 13 day today since rain
fell In BrccUeiirldge.
A .60 of an Inch precipitation
waj regtatcrod at tho Texua-Louiii-ana
Water oompany plant on June
' 17 the Inst ruin Breekenrldga ha
had. The total rainfall for June
amounted to only 132.
The total for the first half of
IU3! I. about three Inches abort
of Uie average Rainfall Ui rough
June amounted to 041 according
1 to Utc water company figures. Av-
1 erage rainfall for the county Is
about 23 Inches or twelve and a
fcilf ts-Jhei C2ch jlx souths
to 10.0U Inches ovor tiio same per- dor $10000 bond in the kilting of a
iod of 1033. also a dry iear. and Knnsaa noliceman wa nrtosted.
to 16 78 Inches over Uie ftrt six two hour later when ho presented' NOR4LVN Olilu.. July 18. U.R)
month of 1082. a clulm ohock for un automobile at' A charge of murrttr w. brought
March shows the greatest H parking lot near the hotel In agulnat .N'eul Myers young unlver-
amount of rainfall of any 1031 which O'Donncll was slain. -Uy of Oklahoma pharmacy etu-
month with a total of 1.11 Inchon. O'Donnoll was lying in. bed slip- dont todip- in tho death of Marian
The ralnfll for the year is: ping un uutonwtlc pistol pointed ut Mills co-cd beauty queen.
June-llth .72; 17th .60; total the door detective said when they MI. Mill. 20 daughter of a urn
1.32 inches. opened the door. Ho wu shot when verelty professor was found dead
May-lst. .11 2nd. .W; 23rd. .76; ho fulled to drop his gun. l the apartment of a fraternity
2lth. .28; total 1.51 Inehe. ' - - house cook last Tuesday. She und
April 5th. .88; 10th .OS; 17Ui. Myers had apent the night wlUi tin
.35: lath. .06 '47tb. 18; total I. II SWIM WAS PATAU voqU who tojil uuthorltle the gu
Inches. UULLAinB O. July 15. Robert nod been tukiug drugs lu un at
starch Ut 160 2!th. 141; 85th. Brcwn 19 died trom overtowerUon tempt to thwdrt ntotberhood.
Ml; toUl l.ll Inchee. while iwtmnllpg In Lake 6t-lMrj'' ' The murder complaint charged
February Uth 2Z; total .32 jubt a few dayt after he had set a Myers fatally injured Misu MIIU at
Inches. (swimming record lit the same wa- tempting perform an abortion
January 3rd .16; 6th. .20; 16th. tor. His body was found on an ls cither by use of Instrument or
ii total 78 Jach
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Dean, Lawrence J. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 191, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 18, 1934, newspaper, July 18, 1934; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth72102/m1/1/: accessed February 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.