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I hell-1 the concluded concerned. to-, the; THE AMABUJ/O DAILY SEWS. AMARHiO. TEXAS -Charles who with In was driv- OFFICERS ELECTED yesterday at the business session of the Panhandle-Plains Historical Society were A° r i*n \£ ee f -" Of Fa TM ell re-elected president; W. T. Coble of Arnarillo, first vice president; Dr. A. Hill of Canyon, second vice president; and Dr. L. F. Sheffy of Canyon, re-elected secretary. * ^» j. , * * "ff * * Helson benches Nowlin of disqualified was held mem- given. Legion Program Is Outlined Program of events for the two- day hospital dedication, conventions and appreciation banquet: TODAY 11 A. M.--Registration at Amarillo, Capitol and Herring hotels. Registration free for Legionnaires and Auxiliary members with pale up cards. Those without cards and guest registration fee $1. 1:30-2 P. M.--Radio round table t.t Station KGNC. Maynard Drake chairman. 2-5 P. M.--Tea and bridge party given by Hanson Post Auxiliary unit at new Legion home, 18th and Harrison. 2:3t^Forty Eight Wreck at old Eeglon home in City Auditorium. Joint session Panhandle-Plains Association of American Legion Posts, Herring Hotel. Open to all Legionnaires, Auxiliary members and public. 4-5--Business session of Panhandle-Plains Association of American Legion Posts, Crystal. Ballroom, Herring Hotel. 4-5--Business session of Auxiliary, Historical Society Names Judge Hamlin Banquet Hotel. Room No. 204, Herring 4--School of Instructions, Fifth Division Convention, Auxiliary Room in new Legion home at 18th and Harrison, . 6:30--Banquet Amarillo H o t e l honoring Rep. Marvin Jones, distinguished guests and those who assisted in securing Veterans' Hospital, given jointly by Hanson Post and chamber of commerce. Tickets*1. Lew Fields, chairman. . 0:30--Dance at Amarillo Hotel. Admission $1 to those not registered. Sam Page, chairman. SUNDAY 9 A. M.--Registration booth open Amarillo and Herring hotels. 9:45--Convention Fifth Division American Legion, department Texas, Amirlllo How, joint meeting. 10:30--Separate meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary in the Ama- riilo Hotel. 11:30--Church service at church of your choice. 1:30 P. M.--Dedication of the new Veterans' Hospital on Highway 66 just west of the city. Dr. O. E. Hemdon, chairman. Col. Ernest O. Thompson, master of ceremonies. Address by Raymond Fields, member of the national publicity commission of the American Legion Guthrie. Okia. CANYON, May 10.--Judge Jam D. Hamlin of rarweli was electee president of the Panhandle-Plains Historical Society for tie third EU cesslve Ume today coincidental wit the announcement that he ha given the Society's museum h great collection of paintings, peri furniture, and other art objects. Judge Hamlin's magnificent gi was seen as a challenge to member and friend- of the Society, inas much as delivery of the rich mate rial is to be delayed until a prope space can be-provided at the mu scum. Start of construction on new unit upon the basement anne is expected within a year. Other officers announced wer W.T. Coble of AmarSo, first vice president; Dr. J. A. Hill of Canyon second vice-president; Dr. L. I Sheffy, of Canyon, executive ETC retary; and Prof. W. L. Vaugha of Canyon, treasurer, c. P. Buck er of Pampa was elected to succee himself as a director. In accepting the re-election with some reluctance, Judge Hamlin sal he did so with a feeling of graUtud toward the membership, and added "And I never cease to think with appreciation of the services of Wes Texas State College in initiatini and nurturing our society." In announcing Judge Hamlin 1 gift. Dr. Sheffy said it probably wat worth "more than the whole museum plant." His report showed the museum was visited by 35,240 persons in the last year, raising the seven-year total to 219,000 persons In this period, he added, the museum has been operated "without one cent of legislative appropriation.' Death Is Loss Ha recalled that Governor W. Lee School Slayer May Plead Insanity LOS ANGEIjES, May 10 W)-Counsel for Verlin Spencer, - Sout Pasadena Junior High School su perintendent. Indicated today the would advise him to plead guilty and guilty by reason of insanit o indictments charging him witi murder in the macabre slaying ive of his school associates. The 38-year-old school leader wi indicted by a county grand jury aft r a coroner's inquest heard test! mony from his co-workers that he was moody, acted suspiciously, "be- laved like a dictator" and had cer- aui faculty members all but ter- orized by abusive treatment. O'Daniel had vetoed 412,000 museum appropriation voted by the Band music furnished by Uncl Sam Band of Happy. t. The Society musueum are now virtually without funds, and the former musi depend upon memberships and occasional gifts. It is receiving murals and diorama cases valued at 57,500 from the Coronado Cuarto Centennial Commission, and three of these just received from the Department of Interior were displayed today New murals by Harold Bugbee and Ben Mead will be started soon. Dr. Sheffy spoke of the death of :be late Prof. C. Stuart Johnston and of the loss it. meant to the society. Another loss was the transfer of Gustaf T. Sundstrom, museum preparator, to a government position in Kentucky. The professorship ton P. Anderson at- the socleb banquet tonight. He pledged h efforts to the preservation of tl Southwest and urged his listene to do likewise. Judge Hamlin was toastmaste and W. H. Patrick gave a talk ir appreciation of donors to the society, during the past year. Invocation was by Bishop E. Seaman. Don Hawkins sang Spanish . numbers accompanied b Marion Miller. Mrs. John Jose gave two violin solos, Spanish num hers, accompanied by John Josey a the piano. More than 200 attendee the annual banquet. Special recognition was give Judge L. Gougii.and Judge J. E Southwood, Panhandle pioneers, b the toastmaster. 'OPE IS 'SHOCKED' VATICAN CITY, May 10. ffl-- ope Pius XII is "shocked and eeply grieved" by Germany's In- asion of Belgium. The Netherlands and Luxembourg, high Vatican uarters said today, and L'Osserva- ore Romano strongly condemned he Nazi action, saying civilization would '"sorrowfully" protest. ' ' IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.FOB THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS. AT AMARILLO n the Matter of jrolene Gasoline Corporation, Bankrupt. ) No. 1290 ) in Bankruptcy FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS To the creditors of the Airolene Gasoline Corporation, of Wheeler oanty, Texas, in said District, a mnkrupt: Notice is hereby given that on he 2nd day of May, 1940, the above Music Programs Are Concluded The final program staged at the Paramount Theatre by the Tolzien Music Store ,wk s concluded last night by Art Nizri and his accordion band. This was one of a scries of programs sponsored by Jie Tolzien store and the Paramount Theatre for Music Week. The accordion band and the accordion quartet were exceptionally well received and critics praised their performance as outstanding. Art Nlzri, of the Tolzien store was in charge or the program. It was previously planned to complete me Music Week program Saturday night but due to some unexpected developments it w a-s necessary to conclude with last night's performance. Irving Tolzien of t h e Tolzienj tfusic Store and George Tucker o f the Paramount planned the concerts. A and rear the Ina )e was I Duce Cables Condolences To Wife of Webb Miller ROME, May 10. (U.PJ--Premier Benito Mussolini today cabled condolences to Mrs. Webb Miller in connection with the death of her Tiusband,- who had been a friend f the Fascist leader since 1922 I'hen both were reporters at the Cannes Conference in Prance. Miller, TJnited Press war re- xirter, was killed Tuesday night » fall from a London train urlng the blackout. He first met 1 Duce in 1922 as colleague ntesviewed him later, after Mus- olini's rise to power in Italy THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE TOflTED STATES FOB THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS. AT AMARttlO In the Mutter of ) Airolene Gasoline ) No. 129(1 Corporation, ) In Bankruptcy ankrupt. ) NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that the assets belonging to the estate of the bove named bankrupt will be sold ' public out-cry to the highest bid- er for cash at the location of the lant, approximately 8'miles North ' Lela, Wheeler County, Texas, on le 20th day of May, 1940, at. 2:00 clock to the afternoon, said assets ivoicing $14,958.32, consisting of Absorbers, Make Tanks. Storage ranks, Pumps, Boiler, Two Ford Power Units, Two Prick Com- iressors. Valves, Fittings, Meters; More than 10,000 feet-of line Pipe, 3 to 16 inch: Several feet of smaller

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  1. Amarillo Daily News,
  2. 11 May 1940, Sat,
  3. Page 14

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