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WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 14, FIGHTS LAST NI'OMT By The Associated Press Jndianaipolis-—B.ud Taylor, Terre Hiuuts, Ind., outpointed Joe, Lucas, Detrai.t )10); Lou Viinb, Chicago, stopped Marty Stone. Detroit,.-(&)'• St. Petersburg, Fin.—Cowboy.' Red Thaler, Phoenix, Ariz., knocked out George Gemas, Philadelphia (6). Oklahoma City—George Courtney, Tulsa, outpointed Cowboy ( ,,Qwen Phelps, Phoenix, Ariz,, (10)'.:* Dayton, 0.—Rosy Rosales, Cleveland, outpointed Joe Sokyra, Dayton (12). Los Angeles—Young Corbet);, .Fresno, and Paulio Walker, New 'York, drew (10). •Stiii Jose, Gal.—(Bobby Vincent, Tulsa, Okln., stopped Johnny Bendetti, San Jose (2). Portland, Ore.—-Charley Belanger, Winnepeg, outpointed .George Ook, Australia (10). ';;.' ' Bloomington, 111.—Jimmy .JLuridy, San Diego, Cal.,-outpointed..'Johnny Melton, Indianapolis (10), i. ' •' Lovington Man Shot To Death ByYouth, 18 LOVINGTON, N. M. Jan. 14 (AP) —Claiming that he shot in self defense, E. L. Ramsey, 18, told the police how hp killed Clyde B. Nolen, 40, a painter last nig'ht, after Ramsey had 'shot the boy across the fdrc- 'head. Ramsey has lived with the Nolen family for fifteen years. He told the police that Nolen left his wife a month ago and yesterday afternoon came to the house drunk. Mrs. Nolen locked the door .and refused to let him in. Last night Ramsey and Mrs. Nolen, fearing that he might return at night were barricading the kitchen door when Nolen entered the front door. He drew his gun and shot at Ram- sey, The boy said he had obtained'a revolver for self protection in the event Nolen returned. Ramsey, shot five times, and two of the bullets struck Nolen. Ramsey went to police station and gave himself up. Women's Wear Again Ruled By Ensembles NEW YORK, Jan. 14 (A'p'J—-The well dressed woman will follow the clock around in pajamas if tliO'Spring fashion show of the garment retailers of America is a criterion. ' ,,Models exhibiting pajamas for the dance, the 1 beach, the garden,and the home paraded across the stage of the Hotel Astor last night. Red and white terry cloth, blue and white stripe duck and, flowered stuff wero ; the- vo<- gue, voluminous in the legs and sngly fitted at the waist. From the ICO crcali&ns shown by 87 exhibitors it was illustrated that the ensemble still rules women's wear. Almost oVery dress had its jacket and- Many two'and three- piece suits, 'had hip length, threo quarter and full length jackets, mnde of crepe-like woolens for street wear and of ; ¥ougrM/V8p''$tt^y^ ^itdi'ials for spdrts. ' Dresses wore an inch or two longer than last fall and coats followed suit. Frocks for aftoi'no'Oh wear were seven or eight inches off the ground. Dinner and dance frocks touched or barely cleared the floor, the toes of evening slippers peeping 1 beneath ruffled flounces or clinging drapery •of chiffon. ^ Some fashion tendencies' gleaned: "The hemilo steadily ia dropping; red is an outstanding color for sports wear; gingham frocks once more are up-to-date; matching borots accompany tweed suits and coats; velvet is the material for 'summer evening wraps. Winston Salem*-''*$ "c^Pcrhaps foiks 1 -puff :,}niore. r when.Urpkc than when flush'! 'Tho !dnnifal'^atemcnt of the R. ^Reynolds., To'bacco company-shows: 1 d&rnihgff ;Qfe$3'425<3,6 fi 4 for 1930 compared, with $32,255,521 for 1929. : i'-" -.' i •••'" ATTENTION ELKS! .'•"'• ' • ' lf i Regular Meeting Tonight^Visitijig Brothers Always Welcome. •• A. MANDELL, Secy. V- .TT f *

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  1. Clovis News-Journal,
  2. 14 Jan 1931, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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