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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - May 13, 1937, Galveston, Texas OLEANDERS A public dance at Fort ett 22, will be one of the highlights tile Oleander May 21-23 Con- cert by the 69th Coast Artillery Regimental Band is another tirn 96TH 33. W. L. MOODY CO. BUT oer 7t luy serve yoot 1IM MAY 13, 1937. GEORGE VI ESTABLISHED 1842 POMP Move to Recall Dodd Under Way as Result of Dictatorship Borah Calls Envoy and Nye Asks for His Removal May Borah of Idaho called Ambassador William E. Dodd a and a scandal today after the envoy to Berlin suggested that if the Roosevelt recovery program is defeated a fascist financed by a may rule in the The diplomat had cited Borah's 1910 fight against the league of nations as an instance of movements defeating the will of the A movement to recall Dodd Germany and summon before senate committee for HISTORY m THE KING GEORGE VI ing gained Nye N. the opinion that Dodd's statements were marily for the velt proposal to revamp the preme court Nye's Calling Dodd's remarks er Mr. Nye should be required to name the he said he was told was ready to back an American Dodd's in which said that James and James Madison once Joined Chief Justice John Marshall In a against stirred Mr. Borah to haven't read Prof. Dodd's statement It wsi he indulged in attacks upon the and honor of some of the ary I do not propose to descend to the level of reading the outpourings of such an Dodd's thesis was that in the FARM FINANCE CUT IN MOVE FOR past the congressional or have often beaten reforms desired by Ho contended that if the democratic party breaks up forces opposed to popular rule may take advantage of the to make Huey die Rep. Fish N. told the house today he thought Dodd should be recalled to testify to senate and house to who is ths man who Is going to to establish a He made the suggestion during Senate Approves Dam However The current movement to curb federal lost its first Britain's Monarchs Take High Throne Princess Margaret Rose Brilliant London's Masses Stand in Slow Rain May thousand years of history lived and moved in. solemn splendor to crown George the sixth in hallowed Westminster Abbey Outside massed millions cheered along a six-mile royal route from Buckingham But it remained for n 6-year-old girl the whole Among the great of mighty Britain and envoys from the Princess Margaret youngest daughter of King George and Queen Elizabeth was a little Untouched by solemn she just sat back and enjoyed it all until she got tired and then she yawned widely and openly right at the venerable and archbishop of Princess 11-year- construction of a TVA dam at Ky. The ballot ended a day and a half heated debate on On the roll call the bulk of the cratic majority approved an early start on construction of the dam which Is expected to require an an- on Page 2, Column 2) developed late In the day that the house DRT HOLDS STATE CONVENTION HERE Full Program Planned by Local Chapter for Delegates Delegates from Dallas and other Texas points began ar- riving here yesterday for the an- state convention of the Daughters of the Republic of as which will open here today and continue through In addition to the business sion a number of entertainment features have been arranged by the local Sidney Sherman which will be hostess grout for the Registration will begin at 9 a. m. today at Hotel convention More actual daughters of early Texans will attend this meeting than have been present at other stato according to Those who announced their In- tention of attending yesterday in- Mrs. J. daughter of A. H. and Miss Henrietta Ord daughter of J. M. from Sidney Sherman Mrs. C. H. daughter of Comdr. John Grant Tod of tho Texas and Mrs. Lucy Sherman daughter of Sidney from San Mrs. F. J. Hayes from James B. Bonham Mrs. W. B. of Mrs. F. F. Smith of dad and Mrs. F. T. of daughters of W. G. W. Mrs. Is a member of Fort Houston ter of The program for today 0 a. of until com- Meantime economy advocates round at a session of the It a proposed fund for soil to and cut 5500.000 from funds for forest chases by the agriculture After much talk of the house voted 385 7 against Pres. request for a permanent to the Instead a calling for a two-year sion of the uo senate labor committee reported an administration BUT REGAL QUEEN MOTHER MARY VIVID CONTRAST TO YOUNG PRINCESSES would approve Varied Shown by Two Children May princesses saw their father crowned their actions as ent as their Princess jeth sat primly in her seat in the royal her attention fastened on the dramatic before One day she may play the leading role In a for she is heir presumptive to th Beside little Princess Mar garet six and a trl her best to act as a princess shou at a But she couldn keep from squirming and in her seat as the proceedings we K an theo ries said Maj. R. W. Schroe alr at day of on o ballroom Hotel 30 a. Convention called order by Mrs. Carrie Franklin on Pago 2, Column 1) HINDENBURG BLAST LIMITED TO FOUR POSSIBLE CAUSES N. May board the destruction of the iii had to four of the disaster Edward That Might Have Been His Wedding Plans Are Indefinite on Page 7, Column n M. o e In which 35 persons died an DR. BODANSKY 0 MEDICAL COLLEG WINS AWARD Research in Chemistry Action Outstanding Fort May The 1937 award of the Texa Pathological Society for Ing work research was given in the ol medica ay o was give eyewitnesses of the Meyer In last luuh Schroeder refused to ur It was believed one of them on the possibility that a propeller may have broken off and hurled Into the starting tho hydrogen of the since the was dealt a blow by a report of and ex- today to fessor lhoy STATE PENSION Mny house attempted today to aid tho approximately needy old persons In Texas who are Ing about when they will receive their May pension It unanimously adopted a lution urging congress to priate money to match state pension Texas sion authorities had said that lock of money was de- laying the Mi vidence In the wreckage to In- a bomb or any other form ln thc Two federal bureau of through today's Lt. Com. Anton one of Americas outstanding authorities on all and a naval reserve on Page 2, Column 4) pathology and chemistry at th University of Texas School of Me Announcement of ths award wa made by Dr. Charles Tern secretary of the pathologies eneral session society before the ge of the State Medical In making the Dr. Phil lips said that the work of Dr. Bo- dansky on Chemistry o Heart was Judged the greatest contribution fo medica science by a Texas scientist ing the past The research work by Dr. Bo dansky was an Intensified of thr chemical reserves created the muscular action of the and the direction of these by-products in treating heart all Dr. who headed tho commutes of judges for- the State on Page 2, Column 4) The Weather East Including cloudy in local anil cooler In north tion Friday partly probably scattered showers near the Light to moderate to easterly on the West cooler In southwest portion Friday partly cloudy In southeast portion Thursday and Light to moderate southerly winds on the Overflow Crowd Is Present At School's Golden Jubilee Contrasting an educational with an oil Owen D. member of the board ol school told an crowd at San School's goldr en Jubilee celebration last night that of spiritual find gush forth from the educational lsto u of stu the former teach mer eis ana others attended an orate program given in Both ui a County oil re- finery recently and hnd observed how were products of tho school ore character and he great school has done Its part In the past In producing the greatest products possible In the humon he will continue to do so in the future that the products of a refinery are consumed In dav or but that the products of nn educational institution are of permanent i are engineers who con- trol this he the they havo done a Job In The and causeway an some of tho symbols wo see on 7, Column 6) May duke of sat In a. rain-drenched French chateau beside Wallls Warfleld listening to B radio broadcast of the coronation that might have been his while a friend dis- closed their wedding would be de- ferred This close associate declared certain differences royal family and the British bad brought the decision to postpone his The centered around the government's ence that tie ceremony should be the friend He said the British Edward's next younger specially asked that the wedding be put off until tie are It was the opposition of the British government and the Anglican Church to Edward's to the now American woman wild Edward to quit ils empire throne last Dec. 10 for worn an I It was indicated at tie chateau the announcement of the wed ding plans nevertheless may be made next The who to bave been annoyed because tho engagement between Mrs. Warfleld and himself was dis- closed yesterday on the eve of nts brothers acted to the on Page 7, Colu Surrender of Green Forces Is Ultimatum for Peace With C. I. 0., John L. Lewis Says 12-W-John U Lewis complete surrender from the American Federation n Seace with his own Committee for Organization declared he did not want Addressing a meeting of. second large t of hs C I 0. International Garment n wants f i tha t Is willing to concede the prln on which the C. I. O. was But then he referred to the au workers he organized and can take my word for it ney do not want peace with the F. L. and neither do He accused William LAMBIE TAKEOFF TODAY Southport May 12.-JP Ick Merrill and Jack can flyers they expected to take om Sands near here their return aid they any tomorrow for to New They arrived at In the Afternoon after a from Croydon Pictures of the coronation which e Americans will back were Ing rushed here by air transport company elded against flying the films re because of weather Merrill said ho might takeoff early as 3 a. m. p. m. sday If weather d otherwise waiting until rno aviators did not see the tlon but heard a o description ot It at Croydon Merrill and tumble flew from ew York to Mav 9 and pictures of the DIPLOMAS GIVEN ELEVEN NURSES AT LOCAL Eleven students of St. Mary's School of Nursing with diplomas last night In an 1m graduation ceremony held In the convent chapel of St Marv's Infirmary Most Rev. C. E. Byrne bishop of over the commencement program ant the spirit of St. Mary's of show that you the true spirit ol J. C. commencement have inherited ti said Rev who delivered 'the you the future life y the mantle of the true honor and glory to the and to yourselves The crowning point of joy will not be n but In being Known as one who Is willing to comfort those who are sick and ose In sorrow and to bring re- Christian women you have ho chance of a lifetime to spread lie knowledge of God to those have been weaned from faith during times of good health and Before presenting tho diplomas Rev. P. explaining that St. on Pago 2, Mists of Memory Dim Eyes Dowager May Mother gray-haired but still regal at nearly 70, saw her second son crowned today while mists of memory dimmed her eyes Twenty-six years ago the crown or England s queen was placed on her head in the same minster On Jan. she a draped coffin from Westminster Hall when the body of her George made Its last earthly Today she was In her receiving the queen's crown was Queen The first lady of the royal aside from on Page 21 SOLONS BRINGS NO WORK Tempo Probe of Expenditures Is Approved May plugged today with no signs of increasing he tempo of its working activity despite tha fact it was the first day at the now rate of On the 12Ist day of the which began Jan. 32, with salaries of members cut from the house of representatives four pages of a 150-page de- appropriation about completing work on the The senate approved a resolution providing for an by a landing committee to determine whether which the itate spends was be- the wishes f the ITALY IGNORES CROWNING OF One Item Records Strife Gets Space May cial angered by English taunts over Italian de- feats in the Spanish civil ignored the tion of- King George 71 The report of the London pageant provided for controlled sued by the officials news agency uer heiress presumptive i JL M to already Is queenly watched with and be Tickles Her Birl her ears tickled her flicked a service book and fidgeted in Bho put her elbow on front ol the royal watched head as the ceremonial from seats between their grand- int 1'h unt the princess Elizabeth sat next to Queen the and not too much attention her regal of her massed jewels five ropes of diamonds Sf woman in Queen mother of abdicated Edward and the newly crowned appeared the I bulwark of he Everywhere she was acclaimed with an added resperS her as one apart be- l pung woman had coronation of Edward Just 26 years she had coronation of George of England took place this was all it There was an of disorders in Dublin The newspapers related that police dis- a crowd demonstrating against the of lish king for Radio stations had only the same reports as the Members of Rome's British col- ony who tried to listen to London broadcasts of the coronation com- reception was Local Britons attended a tion service at the English church Sir Eric As a watched th just m ngo sne been in the same abbey V the young Edward there to would have been his Now she was reported leading the fight against ment wishes that no member of attend the marriage of with hls beloved Walhs in a French British ambassador to Francis British dor to the Holy Albert ith African minister to minister tu and members of their staffs were An authoritative source said night Elizabeth cor- respondent for the London would be expelled from Italy for sending on Page Column 7) After more or less desultory con- of other the at noon until nd house from Iso until to permit members a attend the funeral of Dr H Y There was no telling when the on Page 2. Column 5) SENATE IS FINAL HOPE OF FDR FOR PERMANENT C. C. C. May senate became Pres. Roosevelt's today for a permanent CCC when the house stubbornly to its position that the life of the administration should be extended only years The two-year extension was for- 385 to 7, despite strong administration desires that the re- lief unit he made alter the senate received the house Its own labor com- favorably reported a ure the CCC permanent like the house E enrollment of The house confirming a standing vote of 224 to 31 taken was the greatest show i that chamber since the revolt in 3935 against the In the utility ing company some legislators was not actuated so much by a desire to economize as by the fact are In better to obtain camps and camp with nnn PQL with CCC in a temporary Simple Dignity Marks Final Rites for Dr. H. Y. Benedict May ages from the Bible and own formed a solemn eulogy cad as thousands attended last tes today for Pres. H. Y. ct of the University of associates and officials filed illy bv tho bier of o when 10 surrounded by a student lard of lay in state In le mige hall of Gregory Simple dignity characterized the conducted by Dr. Thomas Vatt president of the n Presbyterian Theological from Dr. Benedict's own In- greetings which tide Good will on 7, Column 3) ANICO DELEGATES CONVENE HERE TO START MEET TODAY General Session To Be Held This Morning at Buccaneer Business sessions of the 32d an- convention of the industrial and ordinary departments of the American National Insurance Co. will get under way this morning at the Buccaneer Hotel with more than delegates In attendance from all parts of the United Puerto Rico and 300 industrial de- representatives had tered yesterday and about 200 In the ordinary and by this morning the total number was expected to be considerably above that All day yesterday was spent In visits to the home of- fice here A general session is scheduled day at 9 a. m. in the when W. public Jons counsel for the American tional Insurance will preside as R. W. branch ordinary will deliver the Frank S. general for the will give address of and re- sponses will be made by W field Industrial and W. L. branch ordinary de- Salt Lake Utah Following introduction of home office R. L. man of the Texas board of ance will Others speakers will Col. C. B. manager and general counsel for American alive throughout the vear ver Obey the teachings of the spoke H. Y. Benedict IVe oved the distinguished the president of the Dr. uniform i ti Knew nin that his words were matched him by Ql his Inner nature and outward The band with ments played recessional CORONATION May and a born Jensen of a Calgary they were named George and George was born three minutes after midnight and Elizabeth 22 minutes In The News Today School trustees approve faculty list for next 0. Head of national Insurance groun addresses KoUry 14. Local steamship man named vice consul for marine news 13. Man arrested as suspect in 1'ar- Butte slaying released to Illinois 0. Shipping reported active nt port on Pago 2.
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