The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 247, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 6, 1936 Page: 2 of 8
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IN WASHINGTON :
Y RODNEY DUTCHIR-
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i-1 i'tioile frrv.
' Ml .Ml.'ltRAY
' ' l-AUK
' iM IIOTMA.N.N Jr.
it " S IN OS
lllril ATIIEY ....
Olfk-r iuiiI t Imitation Munnsrer
. Awlitnnl l".lttr
. . . . dvertlslng- Manugvr
Assistant Advertising Mnnwger
... . lr..rrnMUi Merit. Dept.
1-.tr by Mall In Texas
Machines Man r.uilds May Turn
narle . Lindbergh's gperth m nuation in Berlin
. i ujj rcmimfer of the fact th.t tin- nce acquire
hi- new ietimtibHUTe ev.n tim- it make n cun-
lif rc.ilm of fiuinlr'iatp p.. ttt
i '- the airplane anl fne it- If fnni the -ld linutn-
' ' anil space in a :t th it y pit nl n earlier
" ulil not hnvt lr. i iii'.i '' Hit t' ihf un- imir
'V' iition UUTfa.-i tu in .ippill i " U 'i" I he lacV..
Ni h.'cr destructin it rhir - ti whlo Hiav'tr
ai d as Colonel I.inHM;''i point" 'it dKM nwav with
WA8MI.Nr.TON C rt tin lo i f
d pa n varvn1 or pronouncrd In
niordanc with thp pjttli-nt Indl
vl'lua! ((institution ii" b.jflnnlnp
'o a 'fii t .m of th libraUi M-ho
Jc tlod '-. upjort liovrrnor Ln-1
ilon for !( Hon. 1
Th pang of i-ourer ivr almoat
i! tfnt Apnatlonii In cornparlaon
vti'h lotne of the agony wh oh hlM
mi. .1 crtain 1932 cnrtvatlv
upiortrti of RooMVdt to ro lip-
inw ovr the imainry fene which
UivifMt tO pollticM pArtiw.
N tturnlU . "mh there is np-
pMimk in th Iwuid'.n imp a 41-
vt n ttfii ltbrais and OOn-
Mra'iaa wlmli I moif or lost
i-'iripaiitblr to th constant battle
which ha gon on btw n con-
rvatKo and llb'-n in th New
Th. K'lmi'l .in. 'mm thoe
A h . i. 1 .'. . ri-
tion of 'he K'iTnor's iiccvptanp
aperch the ronm rvaflve tTUl.-r-lee
of hig ailvinen. the marked exttnt
to which Landon ha rverd hlm-
Mlf fiom prviou endor-rmenU of
I bxra New Dal mea.iiie- or poli-
cies and th rather xeneral reac-
tion of labor Itndere aaamtt the
governor's remark on lah'n
It la quite reasonable t do ibt
whether thin development Will ht-
any Influence whattu-er on the out-
come or the campaign. Th liberal
vote as Mich Ls rather a nebulous
factoi and even so presumably
only a small portion of it l suffi-
ciently footloose at thU stage to be
wun: by political phlloaophy as
unfold d in the campaign
Some hard-boiled politi.-ia na even
think that If the tlepublictn cm
didate welo dedm' fiur'
iit n l the pnr c i;! of I it...i n i .i
organiaat on wti c't m u l)n k '
1. .r I um i
! i . ..It' on.-
"i ' 'i. .) ni' vtj
i i iM j.i-
he would attract enough jr'ddle
elajs and farmer . thtroy
make It politically w?hwht..
Nevertheless the rumor is (Hgin-
nlng to not j i on id thtl cirtUn
poition. of 'he l.irnlon acceptance
apech were dekmd und other por
man and huh
Loughttn ti-i I i
Viits of Will Stiet bunk irp-
ncntatlvra Omliman John Ham-
ilton a att.irn en lobn U Lewis und
the Liberty Le'tKUe rhaiai'terimtica
of Col Knox's speech nlo annoy
the Landon liboiaLs Thpy reca't
that Landoa was once promising
that "racketeers 1 he lnult II or
gan and Van Sw.-ringen ' should be
driven from industry and finance
by public scorn and the govern-
ment ' strong arm
New Dfalem meanwhile teem to
tutk tht Ijtndon and Hamilton
doinK thentaelvca much more
n i iii tiutn iH)d especially with
rtmarhs hat have antagonlred or-
gai 2M iajv r or d Landon's subse-
It i- i as to eo the Democrata'
confidence p ck up Unt if the next
polN ho un inouap of Landon I
sentiment the will bo thrown into'
funk and panic
Th Landon liberals will doubt-
leu It u r to put up with a lot
ju-t i " f'ooaevelt llberaN hove
Freckles and His Friends
fF TMSSS PELTS l
WnHW THE LAW. S
(Coiillnut'tl from p.iK oiii.)
tribute danger and death to the
Thit ought to bo n good cue for
ratn' regulation If the enroled
tnd the unfit few enn be tostrlct
cd motorlne; can be definitely afc-
gtmrded for the larger number.
Bettei pollt-e work and a rigidly
enforced program for keeping In-
competent drivers off the roa l
would do much to olve our tr.iffli
i . . i
Wt t&ARCHED THE
&3XT PROM STEM TO
CTLrAi AND tt WASMT
UWT'L "WE DECK WAS
BSOkEM 1T-IPU THAT
-.!! Mi!' i
J CIl IDF ' T I I P-T WV MAT
"IT-fLY PF iLtE'SAL SEAL PEIT5
"n-icv Cr sr-Ai'L WERE
i F.lnillxjrtih. "I am
f v of the situn-
'Mi n a 'lav rr two
i iM i I biffin
in m. rh.tnirnl
' .i i nilo-Htrrl
t -Ttirr for lh
I 'ravel over Europt." aid C-l- t
' -in ever imptfMed with tho t-
n'fi confronU Us. When I "tr ti t
n ix done which m time i-
'o that we must look for a no j
''ich to ?nv tb-it i iii v -i
Ipvirc like the nirplanr 1or in ' i
It can ho ujed both wnw-tn m J..
i i ' n to ret nlynp to-Mther "ii i
i iko it harder.
1 iinl -s.h wr get o that w- can
i x now tols of this kind a-
i . ant to me the d-n th-it
no) Lindbergh's own anr
nli-n" from Nw- York t" I
t -n-nttiallv nnhft.n- t -.
' " 'j enrriPthinv; -iImhiI "
llv ' -'lily the t'lumph o' tv-i
' ! envirnnmoni ;u )
I'.ir - in the duk all of u -ih
' mi mt'd only turn that fM-
li'.'it nictiire f the sort of th.- In- w i talk if ilwut
l.n thr other day.
'.s.' tlnr' is n war. Ovr the -t in' oth ! plants -flight
and qiiadmn of th"n' t1 i iw . witji nwolhn
k f iNimha in their ImII.. V w ri nlane is flown with
kill and individual brary i f t' .it 'irt lom- flight :
I en thev circle over Paii -oi I oi.don. or New York
lin at the end. thv provicir no uplift of epirit foi
t.-ati. thev rain down death and d.-im t:on. A Colone'-
rjrh ..lt. in a few morntnt tl; .t.'tiov thinfnt thn
v In- replaced. And the nnli-l ' t'nt Mints on f fif-
njnnli3 the follv of a i ro whidi ha- tho mechnnien'
commit hari-knri .md lack thi- .ene to refrain fron
' o' theee fhyhtS fO"ii' .lit ..f tlt -.inn' t'j'1. 'n
t Itruihura IxMiueathed th'm u " .fii tluv took thei
r.d-hainboo crate into tin- ar at l-''i 1'iwk
I Lirulberjzh says our onl - m it i''nc-'"oith lit'
i ! i' mtich m !dom
I .' im iloviHir".' t hern.
i i hi. .id f.f th'mi
I- m im Mt 'h .
'. n i iu no 'f
f tl'o . i-nturv.
' t w 'i . ' "tad"
" ' ' - "ir t !' mjin
- . I pl'i .)( 1 'l
I nth it triumph anc'
f lr ins''! out to
Member of Congress
itroix iinun tody
IIIMII.IOV tirrtlJ joiins;
frrlitrr In n Inrice Imalnrx
t.rtlrr. jsor lo n trnl asrnry In
mnkv iln tor her tt-Mk
llll I. W ltl". trmrl tiurmil rm-
l.loye. ierunil hrr ! Kit to
Lake llnrlnr Hill l ulit Imialr
Mllrnrlr.l lir mt. hot nhr elr
I.Ihi lltllr lltnliulll.
tttt tor. I' (lie ninitntnln rr-
trt nn.l nt ' l"i"lj- rttrn
hr tttrrl. II VI fit -I'lllNtJ. the
hen.l bonlmnn. ttho trIU hi-r
fmnklr he I not lnletrtrtl In
jrtrl-. ItalpH Inlrn.liirr Vnn tit
JtPIK I tlltU "ritlthy iilnyttitj.
Jnln.e InWr- hrr tit n tinner nt the
m.l.lHtinlile lnrlle llntrl nnit
he I the I. rile .if the neenalmi.
he trtret. I.IIITV I'O.MIt ntnr-
rlrd lMt lllrtntlitti.
.nw no w irit Tin: toiiy
T'HE long sleek roadster literally
' burned up the mountain roads.
Ann clung to her seat at Jaime's
side. Her fact was wind-blown
her hair In disarray at the car
sped up the gradient on the the
Whiteface Mountain highway.
When they reached the top and
parked on the spur of the moun-
tain thry could ice for a hundred
mile acrom the moonlit shim-
mering surfaces of a dozen lakes.
Around thtm the crenelated peaks
iomd into moonlit heavens. It
was n majestic tight.
"There you are. Duchess!" Jaimo
said taking hit handt from the
wheel and nuking a sweeping ges-
ture toward the mountains and
rolling hills. "I've placed tho
whole world at your feet."
"But 1 don't want tho world"
Ann said simply. "At leastnot
all of it"
"Do you know you are a curi-
ous type!" Jaime told hur boyish-
ly. "And I've known lots of
"So I've been given to undor-tt.md."
"Tongues wagging again" ho
d) l?M NtA S... Im.
"Walk climb!" he jcolfod. I "My ambition? I think I only
"That's why I have a fast car " w.mt a little happiness. Much of"
"Then why don't you ride I m nappmeia nas ronw irom ncip-
!..-. -t ... ...l.l
ltwM.Ml..l" ITa mnila a .trev
! tint then his tnnr nlti-nt n I uPstatr
little. "I do like to swim. It's J""' luict. and felgnwl
ing others I had to help support
my mother and two kid brothers
a sort of escape. 1 swim on and
on and on and sometimes I think
I might swim on until I can't Ret
back. Maybe I am a little crazy."
"That's silly of you." the said.
"You have youth. You've regained
your health. What more do you
"That's what I don't know" he
said. "I don't know what I want"
"Did you ever try really work
ing at n job? Thati escape
enough for me. I'm completely
absorbed in my Job."
Jaime turned. "Woman are
you by any chance trying to re-
form me? Don't! There've been
other girls who tried it and it
wat a bitter pill at the end.'
sleep. She watched his pale face
in the moonlight. It was a hand-
some weak face. There was ev-
erything about it that was differ-
ent from Ann's own tlrm self-
Suddenly the war awnr that
Jaime had opened his eyes ami
was watching her o lazy smile
about his lips. He lenned over
caught her close and kissed her.
She could not And It in herself
to resist. He kissed her again
and then sat up straight and lit n
TTE was silent letting the smoke
curl up about his one temples
and regarding her. Ann felt her-
JT AI'PEAltS that we're In for
another siege of campaign cruw-
ttehlng We nre beginning to iieni
from politician who re ills; on their
pub'le utterance on the RioumN
f "misquotation "
ThU Is an old campaign custom
thtt Lsually is called Into pluv
whenever a speech or stltement
"Him an unffcvornble response In-
vuriabh then the crv goes up 'I
va nilxqunted "
As a matter of fact however
the ei i or of misquotation Is one
f which n 'We papers and press ag-
roclatlc n are very rarely guilty i
Kor one thing nearly nil public ut- '
erances tod ty are handled from
advance prets releases thus naur-
'ng curacy of quotation. Moro-
nrer. the rank and fllo of working
newspsppernicn get their stories
Th. mliuotnt)oii alibi Is pretty
hlr in the overwhclmlnfc majority
of Cll.it II
L Purfose Jijlj v'.. H-EoeW y
Ann laiihl. "No I'm not trv- ' rdf almost hypnotized by his fer
ine to reform you. This is merely vi1 stare.
talk." "You nre a little bit of nil
"Oh!" he said and his eves right." he taid. "I like you
' i .
brightened. "You don't like t ilk.
You want some heuit-searching.
By trial and error you want to
pry out the secrets of my soul."
::f DO not!" the asserted laugli-
Ing. "I don't know a thing
about you except the turfnet
"What the porch litters say
you mean! All right I'll give it
to you straight. I'm an idler. I
live on money 1 haven't earned.
I love to play. I love to follow
the sun. All I want Is to watch
ticker tape run out sweetly and
hear tho dope aheets in the rac-
ing room running to form. Tlut's
wlutt I do. Now who am I? I'm
Jaime Laird age 20. The where-
abouts of my parents It unknown.
My mother ought to be in Paris
now. I think Dad is in Shanghai.
I've got a trust fund hut it's like
the dole Just enough for me to
taid ruefully. "Porch titters I lve on. It doesn't breed content
suppose-1 That's the trouble with ment. So what do I dC I Just
a n-vort hotel. Too many knltturt live on it If I tan. anil mnkc my-
wbn st iv on the porch and tell self unhappy nil the time"
t.ilt i V hv don t they get out and "Don t Ih wh.ippv
You'ie different. Promise me now
that you won't try to refoim me."
He wan already taking things
for granted she realized. She did
like him and yet with an instinct
born of her ingrained telf-
I reliance she distrusted him. He
was weak weak
"How am I different?" the laid.
"I tuppoae you try to make love
to all the girls on your first date?
Or have you a private code about
"Oh that!" ho taid almost ca e-
letsly. "That Isn't what com
with mo. A kiss in the dark?
Pouf!" Ho blew out some smoke
to illustrate. "I've simply met
you n swoll girl. We've been
dancing. I like to talk with you.
Just now we're sitting on top nf
the world." And suddenly He sat
up. "And perhaps lust now for
once in my life I'm happy."
She smiled at him. He was in-
terested in her.
"I'll tell you wh.it 111 do."
Jaime said his evrs blight "I'll
climb n mount.un with vou in the
VAl'HIt COMK3 JIOMIi
TOLEDO - Clarence Hollaiay
open a "dud" firecracker marked
"mad. in China." Inaidp ho found a
plect of i Los AnKeloa newypiper
lecrihl:iK Hie Iwinein club K"lf
tourney of li3A it Toledo
MAYSE THEV AREWT
LLEGAL PECTS CHAWCES
ARE THEY WEPE PUT
UWDEP THE DECK TO
I GETnWG WET !
r . - .1
.iA-rem t-. OUUJNL.Y I U U 1
MIGHT PJJIM ) "rf E J
THEM !.' ""
W" AW Ut'-tSPELLA ?
6 L'aL? Vnr-eC
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vrsjfcyrj r vm tebt'S
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OUT OUR WAV
-lif said 'tnominif. Not in tho c.ir but on
tvv boinUning like this''" "That's the mnl IUuk up foot One mo'int un'" ho .imend-
"Tli.tfn whit I wnniltittwl nltntit Tjkf thinu.i .1- til' V Co'lH' " f(l
you. ' Ann 5.1 ui.
He looktii .it in wita .1 mock- "What mountain 'ill it be"' he
Goon. Toll me Ivow wicked herou' r".. "L " e.muu..ud This prnH .1 ...mm f.orn
' an cm
" -oft mass
i . i.g bemh
'.ite In sr.ilc
' ! nht brown
Artsvrr lo Previous Purilf
3 a T T I ft nLTT- t A i 4
aMde eWrtKIs . :pt
LASC APivi TgjjA l
LI PBR I omc a v K L M
RSs e"r sBr chance
CetMt I EME a .Hde N
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BIAiLTlVP A 8iST A L
A a UTjlpA i AgjF. A 0 L
'ffA'P S H A LF13 w fl 0 IS I Y
53 Cry for hc!p
55 Coral 11'ar.d
57 To make able
CI She took her
62 She did Red
4 V .Kirn 1! li
5 l...u't U r
7 r t' 11
8 r'. .n
ID J'H 11
)a. 1. ft
1 . r
1 Type t
2 Any ru-'
22 She comes
26 Tiny skin
.loNa ive metal
32 Cu koo
33 At 1 his time
40 To murmur
as a c it
42 Artist s frame
56 1. 1 mis of
58 To exist.
1 ZrBB JL
BWBstsr . MnLsiBBMtJktaei. VjT "TiaWt1 "" aHB
'T Hr rawsMrM- jm
- F5 Bl
ri 111 l-HJEi. MIL
I am I'm a good listener.
"Well you dance all night. In
the mortunga you tit in a fat chair
at the stock office and watch tick-
er tape. In the afternoon"
"I play the horses? It that all?"
;F you're recovering from an
x illness" she said "why don't
lum gave her .1 new insicht into
Ins character. He was less M-lllsh
than she had thought.
"Oh. let's take a little one first"
he said. "Then maybe we can
work up to the big ones "
She cried out with gay laughter
p.iie .1 dime'
Ann mnvtd nomfott.ilily "I
don't think I !ou!d 1 ie tome
tip ihrre with mm" 1t -.ill
Jaime le.r cd luk. ag nnst the
car seat ard sir' t J lu-.unously.
"Of coure vou '-houli' have Whv
not" Now po on and tell me all 'and in this unguarded moment he
about youutlf What things do took advantage of her again. He
you like'' What I your ambi- kissed her and said low "Dar-
you get some fresh air climb ton' ' ling!"
mountains take long walks j "I like almost everything." she It swept her off her feet. Ann
through this beautiful country get said "EL.pc.ially the outdoors." at uway from him and turned
up e.ulv enough to tec the glori- Jaime groaned "Don't ask me on the car switch.
oua dawn." I to vhmb a mountain please!" 1 (To lie Continued)
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