Corsicana Daily Sun from Corsicana, Texas on January 28, 1930 · Page 2
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TWO. THE CORSICANA DAILY SUN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1930. EFFECT AS mm ! INTERESTING ARRAY LEGAL TALENT ENGAGED IN TRIAL FORMER HIGH COURT JUDGE OKLAHOMA ACCOUNTS FOR I GREATER PART OF DECREASE FOR WEEK TULSA. Okla., Jan. 2S.-t-l'l-Rf- cent proration activities showed new effect in the mid-continent area when the esfimnted daily average production of light and heavy crude dropped 44,352 barrels during the week ending January 25, according: to the Oil & Gas Journal. Of this total. 38,585 barrels were registered In the Oklahoma fields. The Scmlnole area dropped 34,600 barrels, northern miscellaneous 4,020 and St. Louis Pearson 3,620 barrels. Despite continued production curtailment Oklahoma climbed 3,980 barrels. City pool The remainder or the mid-continent area decline was supplied in general throughout the other areas, no marked declines being reported for any. One or tu'o had slight increases. Declines in the Gulf Coast and Southwest Texas heavy crude areas, a/total' of 6,178. and a 4,000 barrel drop in California heavy crude made the tota.l decline for the entire United States approximately 47,670 barrels. Of this, 37,446 barrels was in light oil. •i California light oil increased 5,500 Barrels. The total estimated dally average production for the entire country lor the week ending Jami- 'Uary 25, wag 2,615,128 barrels as compared to 2,662,807 barrels for the ^vek ending January -18. ;.'„• Kansas production was 110,180, Compared with 110,970 for the pre- vios week. TRUCK DRIVER HURT. : : COOLIDGE, Jan. 28—(Spl.)—Nat Jlolton, 48, of Prairie Hill, v.-as seriously injured and is in a V, aoo hos- Sital the result of an accident near here Saturday night when the heavily loaded cotton seed truck he was (driving slipped from the highway jand turned over In a ditch. ',i'\ '• v ' "°*~ •;i POLL TAX PAYING SLOW. •,. WILLS POINT, Jan. 28.— (Spl).— J. R. McKenzie, county tax collector, reported a total of 2750 poll tax receipts issued at noon Monday. This is less than one-half the normal number for the county, there being 6,500 issued last year. Continued bad weather and impassable roads Is thought to have much of the delay. WILLS POINT STORE ROBBED. "WILLS POINT, Jan. 28.—(Spl).— Burglars broke into general merchandise Earl Lee's store here §at;virday night and carried away a ^pnsiderablo quantity of ^men and women's wearing apparel. This IK-the third time the store has been eiitered in 30 days, the burglar using the same method and taking the same class of goods each time. No arrest has been made. Nursery us f or''"anything; In the litirBery line. We have It—LITTLE .",NIJBSERY CO., Phono 0009-F2. Sales Yard, 1701 \V. 7th Ave. ';, Doughnut Day '/-Theme your orders now for ' Doughnuts, to bo delivered by ;Camp Fire Girls. Phone 110. Get ,_U(o best doughnuts made and help Va.good cause. Money to he used on " np site Improvements.—Annual np Fire Doughnut Day—Febru- 8th. New Seeds ""'The new flower seeds are here. ,00106 to our downtown store and f ho your selection from our sh flower seeds and be ready planting. Wo are always ready aid in selecting and give advise ,Sjtt planting. .<.', CORSICANA FLOTCAL AND >« NURSERY CO. o Nursery Yard—West 7th Avc. W- and S4th Street. $' Shop—Across from Palace **! Theatre. Jfctt ». JfiSun want ads bring results. AUSTIN. Jan, 28.—CT)—Two men "till in their twenties are matching- wits with nine seasoned barristers in district court here with a man's life the stake. Spurning offers of outside help, District Attorney Henry Brooks, 24, decided to prosecute. John W. Brady on a murder charge with the assistance of only Hardy Hollers, 28-year-old assistant county attorney. The trial started Jan. 20. Brady is charged with, the killing of Miss Jjchlia Highsmith, capitol stenographer. Across the table arc such figures as Dayton Moses of Fort Worth, who defended J. Frank Morris; Lon Curtis of Belton, one of the best known lawyers of Central Texas, and E. A. Barry of Houston, form- c:' judge of the commission of appeals of the court of criminal, appeals. Judge's K«cord Good. A man who has sat on cither side of the table in numerous 'cases is on the bench. He is J. D. Moore, young as a district judge but possessor of a record for fairness. A little more than a year ago, Judge Moore was district attorney and it fell to him the task of succeeding Dan Moody, in that position. After four years as district, attorney he was elected district judge. He is in his fifties. He had many years experience as a defense counsel before he .was elected prosecutor. Now Henry Brooks, only a short time ago a law student at the University of Texas, is trying to maintain the excellent record set by Moore and Moody. This trial and baptism as he -was an important figure in the prosecution of Congressman Augustus J. McCIos- key, who was acquitted of charges of altering election returns. Prosecutor Young. In the McCloskey trial, however, Brooks had the help of Lamar Sceiigson, Bexar county district attorney, and himself not much over, thirty. In the prosecution of Brady ho is depending for all his assistance on Hollers, who was working his way through the University of Texas law school in the not distant past. Brooks, always keeping hifi own counsel, is a stickler for his ideas even though he Is young. His friends predict he will add further glory to the name left him by his father, the late Victor Brooks, who served as district judge here. Hollers has announced for county attorney In this year's elections. He is hard-working and agreeable. The defense nine might be divided into the regular four and five capable reserves. Barry is directing the- defense and the three others on the firing line are Samuel B. Dickens of Austin and Moses and Curtis. . ". . Advisors Well Known. Advising with these men but taking only a passive part in the case Dr. J. A. Ferguson Dentistry Office: Mays Bldg. We are now running a big sale in Taylor made Custom Clothes from a special list of selected fabrics. — Chop&e your suit from this group and you not only save money but we give you an An Extra Pair of Trousers Absolutely Free MERCHANT TAILOR Authorized BORN Dealer. 113 West Collln 8t Phone 120. Phone 120. arc Jewel P. Ljghtfonl, former attorney general, and B. B. Robertson, former assistant attorney Ren- Rral. both of Fort Worth; Johl L. Peeler of Austin, former state senator; Julius Dornn/iclcl of Amarillo. former assistant attorney general, and Will Brady of Ventura, California, a brother of the accused. John W. Brady wus associated with Lightfoot and Robertson when he was in the attorney general's department. He practiced with Peeler when, he was a rising young attorney. No slictheh of the men who \vill fight for Brady's acquittal would ho complete without mention of Sam Dickons. Ho is not as famous as some of the other- defense lawyers, but for many years prior to Miss Highsmith's death he was Brady's pal. When the former juclKe was arrested, Dickens went to his side immediately and has stayed there ever since. Dickens is no novice, however, ns he is participating in his sixty-second capital case. M«cs and Curtis probably are the most celebrated criminal lawyers in the trial. Moses is well known in the capital city as a result of his activities as attorney for the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers' association. His home originally was at Burnett and for a time he was district attorney there. Curtis Well Known. , Curtis ha!> taken part in a number of Central Texas murder cases and helped win an acuittal for •Jack Bonncr, tried at Corpus Christl on u. charge of sending a. bomb which killed two persons when it exploded. Dickens, has officcd next door to the courthouse for eighteen years. Curtis is noted' for his ability to cross-examine and the "Big Four" probably will divide the responsibility of direct examination. Light- feet, known for his speaking- brilliance, and Moses, remembered as a man who presents a very practical case, probably will make two of the closing arguments for the defense. Judge Moore, is widely known because a number of state's cases arc filed in his court and he presided at the McCloskey trial. One of the veteran courthouse employes was asked if Judge Moore's enemies admired him. "I can't say that they do." he replied. ''So far as I know he does not have an enemy. He has had plenty of opponents during his long legal career, but no enemies." Merchants Lunch 35c Unanimously Deemed Great Air Hero of 1929 Every day 11 a. m. to 2 p, SANITARY CAFE. Second-Lieutenant William A. Matheny received the Cheney award for the year 1929 for "performing an act of valor and self-sacrifice worthy of the highest commendation." Matheny's valorous act occurred at Managua, Nicaragua, when, after bravely landing his burning plane in a jungle, he risked his life and suffered severe burns in effecting the rescue of a comrade. ' FREESTONE ROADS BAD. TKAGUE, Jan. 27.—As a result of snows being on the ground for more than a \veck and also of intermittent rains, the roads are in 'worse shape in this section than in years. ' All by-ways are impassable, and > many of the. highways which are j not hard-surfaced are in an almost | impassable condition. Dragging I cars out of mudholcs is a cohimon ' occurrence. 01 — The Kozy Kosher Delicatessen SEARCHING PARTY DIGGING INTO ICE FBR LOST FLYERS REPORTS RESCUE PARTIES AWAITED; EXPECT FIND BODIES NEAR Pl'ANE TELLER, Alaska, Jan. 28.—W- Tho far north today awaited reports from a searching party near North Cape, Siberia, which has been digging into the ice and snow about the wreckage of Carl Ben Eilsons airplane expecting to find-the body of the noted arctic aviator and his companion, Earl Borland. Meanwhile, two other fliers who for weeks have been awaiting an opportunity to join In the hunt for the long missing birdmen were on their way to North Cape. The two, Pat Reid and Ed Young, Canadian pilots, took their planes Into the air here yesterday for a 400-mile flight to the Siberian coast where the Eiclson-Boriand plane was found. Alfred Ijomen, director of the search for Elelson and Borland, after receiving' a report of the discovery of the wrecked plane, expressed Kirven Community Suffers From Cold KIRVEN, Jan. 28 —(Spl.)—Thaw- ing ice and rains have mads roads in this section almost impassable. Many families had run out of fuel and are forced to haul a new supply in small loads over almost Impassable roads. The recent blizzard killed all pot plants and much canned frnult was lost in homes of this vicinity. ' WATER TOWER FREEZES. COOLIDGE, Jan. 28.—(Spl.) — Water service is being restored to Coolidgc homes and business houses after only partial service due to the blizzard last week. The water tower -was frozen and water was pumped direct from the lake .into the mains. The lake had a heavy coat of Ice over it. opinion that the bodies of Eielson arid Borland would bo found there. The searching party, composed of four men, was taken to the scene Sunday by Joe Crosson and Harold Gillam, American fliers who located the wreck Saturday. Since Brosson and Gillam operated from the fur trading ship Nanuk, frozen in the ico near North Cape, reports from the oearching party were expected from that source. w Sun want ads bring results.' SEEKS ANNULMENT MARRIAGE YOUNG SCREEN ACTRESS LOS ANGELES, Jan. 28. ~W(— The script for the scenario of Hollywood's newest film colony romance was being- re-written today for the mother of the bride. Stating that she believed her daughter too young fully to realize -the responsibilities., of married life, Mrs. George Belzer announced she would file suit today for annulment of the marriage of Loretta Young. 17-year-old film actress, to Grant Withers. 25, screen player. Miss Young and Withers Sunday eloped to Yuma, Ariz., and were married. Long Experience We have been through the school ot experience and can tackle any electrical job, whether it he a small repair job or the wiring of n new home or office Imlldlnij. You will find that our work is the best, materials and fixtures urc ot first quality and price is right. 1MCKSON ELECTRIC CO. Graham Dlohson—Harry Dlckson Phono 184. 20!) West Sixth Avenue. County Health Nurse: Finds Many Defects MEXIA, Jan. 28.—(SplO—MIss Mabel Davis, county health "nurse, continuing a round of the schools of Limestone county, found 150 defects in inspection of 140 pupils at Kosse, 67 defects in 71 children at Shiloah, and 10 defects in 12 children at Prairie View. Mosjuof. the defects, however, were minor ones and will bo corrected soon. '.' Phone 296 and 297 Quality Groceries, Vegetables and Fruits—^aro as near us your : telephone. Prompt delivery service'. ALLEN EDENS. Grocery and Market. 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Its value and effectiveness can best be appreciated by the following figures given out by n. leading life insurance company. .--."-Coincident [with the increasing use of toxin-antitoxin since 1921, the diphtheria death rate among children Insured in the Metropolitan declined from 23.8 per 100,000 In 1921 to 9.5 in 1928, a reduction of 60.1 per cent," There are many ways in which your physician can help to protect your family health. Call on him promptly whenever trouble threatens and bring us your prescriptions. P. & S. PHARMACY \ PBESCRIPTION SERVICE OUR SPECIALTY A\ Better Dm? Store. HO E. CoUin Street Phone* 6IS—GIB—Motor Delivery. Tlie famous SCREEN-GRID for PERFORMANCE in a lowboy of real BEAUTY LESS TUBES The Supreme Achievement of radio's leader for seven years W E are famous for value giving. But never before have we been able to offer you such value as this great Screen-Grid Atwater Kent represents. The set is the famous Screen-Grid, the bestseller everywhere. 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