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San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - June 19, 1935, San Antonio, Texas GOOD HUMOR Neal ing on the magazine page of. Antonic Express help start the day a WORRIED MOTHERS Find Baby and articles San Antonio Express a genuine Daily and Bulletins free for a stamped VOL. WEDNESDAY JUNE 19, 1935-SIXTEEN PAGES 5 1865 perhaps most as well as many holders of in and commercial property San Antonio municipality is badl behind with larly the indispensable mainte nance Sound policy there fore the City vigor enter into the campaign ap plying its available resources o ready money or toward put ting its physical plant in bringing it up to Con economy dictat that course by at least two con The essential services should be restored to nor mal standards of investment in properties should be QN several occasions since the FHA campaign opened las THINK has emphasized tha when a group last winter recommended a long-range program of As this column then pointed out the municipality itself might wel tawe the lead in that construe tive Mayor Quin has just pointed to the even the such an undertaking on the city's part the public buildings are in need of repairs a condition brought about by crippled budgets during recent That tion has long been some instances painfully all citizens who have occasion to use any city QUIN added that the City Commission has not yet determined how much can be lotted from the 1935-36 budget for renovating and repairing lic Unlike the the municipality cannot get a FHA Might not the city its credit to the Works Progress tration and thus obtain funds foT such Considerable re- pair and renovation work was sought a year ago last winter as CWA little was com- Included in the were sorely needed repairs on school the main and branch community houses and STILL LIE Fact Is That Work Relief Scheme Has Collapsed Of Its Own Weight Clara now mild and middle-aged once branded Tiger wept unrestrained tears as she walked to freedom through the iron gates She was of brutally beating to death -In- 1922. 12 years and 15 days 30-jjear Photo shows Clara Phillips and her THERE'S 1936 What Four Do Used as Valuable in Hustings By DAVIB LAWRENCE 1935, San Antonio June is necessary the sad truth that the so-called work relief ram has months 350 Congress the expenditure of being it didn't know how to public money relief and that executive alone knew what to Many members of Congress objected that this was the function of the legislative body but public opinion rather sided the President on the theory if were solas be spent Roosevelt could do a better job than 531 members of he Senate and the But as it turns out Roosevelt had plans that were impractical and ow are being abandoned because hey could not possibly put 00 men to The amazing thing is that it took two months o divide by 00 to find out that the ures per man could not possibly an average of about Fantastic At the very first meeting a few ago when the theorists n the new deal were gathered ether with their fantastic plans nd projects a couple of business men who were Influential Section of Citt Present to Witness His Associated MEXICO June Plutarco Ellas Calles departed the scene of his political day for the north rousing by influential His departure by plane for his Commerce to Pass Over Mitchell's Story WOULD CALL ASTOR Some Roosevelt's On Yacht Might Know Something resent quietly noted the fact that home at E1 in THINK previously suggested an essential preliminary step is to frame a unified city-wide That could be presented to the WPA as a definite program for San On such a the City might bid for a loan ant to be applied to both and new construction Here is a task on which a City Planning Commission and the new Texas Planning Board might work The appropriation for repairing anc remodeling the Prospect Hill branch library is welcome as a step in the right as the Library building committee has twice as much more is needed for repairs at the main library and other Similar needs have of long standing City the community on parks and in the sanitary system and larly on the RURAL HOUSEWIVES will come in for much attention during the annual Short Course at Texas A. and M. College 28-August To begin the general theme of the Country recognizes the new and more important part which the farm woman plays in the wide social-economic That part has been conspicuous in both and rural crafts From wheel days until the rural housewife has been an industrious practitioner of the RECOGNIZING those Miss chairman of the women's program has arranged a. varied schedule of women's activities for the During week Miss Margaret representing the United States Bureau of Home will demonstrate tie use of natural Dr. Samuel E. University of will give practical lectures on housing and courses by eminent ists will deal with leather interior furnishings and use tf raw wool at home and like With the Centennial in Miss Jacks has added a section on Texas tory to the women's ardly project been dis- which didn't involve a cost f at least per But hard-headed men re regarded around here as a es to be used for of tical condemnation not for Now the himself ankly concedes of the rejects own de- and by the for work are excess of per He oes not reveal how much of this is due to the way the la or leaders have forced the ent of prevailing wages on relief projects and how much is due to the impractical character of the projects Politics First But the biggest flaw in the whole fund is the very thins which it was believed would be avoided it Congress sated it all to the It is the way the political influence has been developing as virtually the major Scarcely a day goes by that the President isn't in con- ference with various Senators or Representatives from a given area with reference to the allocation of It Is reported that Roosevelt pears very sympathetic to influence and that when once the discussion of the projects is concluded the President quite rally discusses pending So that whether intends it- or the inferences are being drawn on Capitol Hill that the fund is being used to persuade members of Congress to vote for the President's tive Details Xot So Sometimes the political aspect 1; not as crude as that described in the foregoing a Senator doesn't care about the de- tails of the projects allotted to his state so long as he has voice in the appointment of the progress There is be one for each If a tor that eats out of the presidential he will be given the privilege of controlling his own man as works progress ad- All of the 43 now have been It is considered advisable to wait and see how the members of Con- gress perform before approving projects of these state Another sign of the times is the almost enthusiastic way that Harry Hopkins talks about the folks on Capitol how well he gets along Continued on Column was regarded as an admission has lost President Lazaro Cardenas victor a recent dispute over the ment's Among those at the airport to bid the farewell was former Emelio Portes of the national least 10 cabinet ministers and several United States business am so healthy that not even a fingernail Calles assured several of girl employes they burst into tears at his de- He was accompanied by two four men aides and a woman Shortly before Calles lelt the new Cardenas cabinet went into The group was considered more conservative than had been ex- Only two of the taries had ever public offices Germany Agrees to Limit Ships to 35 Per Cent Of Britain's 1935, Associated June Brit- ain foday became virtually boss of Germany's future naval the most remarkable agreements on national defense ever concluded between two the Reich agreed to limit her by total Senate investigation was ordered today Into charges by Ewing Y. recently ousted Secretary of of parent evidence of in that He was subpoenaed to appear tomorrow before the Senate Com- merce Committee and Mitchell day tossed new accusations of under the after asserting that political pressure had played a part he offered to serve for SI a year as an assistant to Attorney i to probe his own Mitchell was deposed by dent Roosevelt as an assistant to Secretary when he refused to Tomorrow he will be asked to testify to charges made a series of letters to the Chief that of lars in mall were being under jurisdiction of the department with disregard of the public Want to Call Astor Several members of the Com- merce Committee were avowedly in favor of calling in not only officials but such as Vincent and Kermit approximately cent to She agreed further to let Britain set the pace of naval giving this the sole right to decide the total tonnage of the two fleets shall be raised or notes between the two officially dis- closed the of the reached during two weeks of naval conversations Submarine Equality Britain made one important con- She promised allow Germany to build her submarine fleet the dread weapon with Flood Refugee Camps Up River Starts Fall at Columbus G o t u 11 a Notes Drop In Cuero Gets Guadalupe Rise Colorado Jumps Across Long Horseshoe But Only About 32 Blocks Badly June Residents of this city a sigh relief at midnight when records showed that the Colorado which had taken possession was about ready to relinquish he Shortly before midnight the river leased rising at 3S.S feet and im- mediately started to falling at he rate of about six inches an until at m. it had cached SS Within 48 hours the western roaches to the city are expected 3 be clear of It will take on the At no ven though water ran 10 inches eep through the city's was here any Teal fear All ridges Power and other were not disturbed by the Igh three miles east ere is under The crest Three Settlements Care Hundreds Made Homeless by Fanning Of Record named in the Leviathan 1 wkas believed to be passing late Carpet Baling On Relief Jobs Irks New York Year's Residence Required For Plums Now Associated NEW June at the influx of out-of-State social workers snaring high salaried re- which she almost won the World to full equality with fleet provided the question be first submitted to It was announced that Captain I Anthony secretary for held important League Qf go to Paris Friday to confer with the French which ex- pressed displeasure at the naval concessions to on some general naval agreement and the entire European Important points in the making 1. Germany's navy was established at 35 per cent of 2. Britain alone shall decide whether action by any third power warrants reconsideration of bution of tonnage into Germany reserving the right to invite England to examine the the general equilibrium ot naval armaments should be Weather Man Sez MEN IN ft San Antonio and Fair with light to moderate variable Generally fair Wednesday moderate variable winds on toe Temperature SAN June 17-18, 1835. 8p.m......... 9p.m......... 0 1 2 1 3 5 7 83- 81 81 80 80 79 78 IS 77 77-. 8 78 8 78 10a.m........-.. 80 12 83 1p.m.'...'. 2-p.m..... 4 6 7p.m..... ief jobs the Board of Continued on Page 2. Column 3. in event is found in the Mitchell Is plenty of support for such an Senator North one of the five Republicans on the committee would come both from Democrats and 1C the testimony justifies such Nye said he and others would Insist upon it. the Senate was con- fronted with other sensational sertions by a special Senate committee that the whole system ot building up a merchant marine with government money had brought on a of unearned ex- orbitant and bonuses and Continued Page 3. Column 2. Tuesday and the river should be falling by Wednesday Both highways 3 and 71 which Intersect here are overflowed and the new underpass on 71 Is full of men today moved to set up a one- j ny to limit her year residence requirement submarine tonnage to 45 hearing Gotham dubbed of although the fleet Vancouver Police On Long Front Eight Riot Rages Over City Blocks er town of the The whose recent re- investigation made a household chuckled and then voted unanimously on the requirement following Alderman Joseph E. fervent which was climaxed with the has become the er town ot the New York has a very generous even New York's heart can be Sometimes even farmers come here to feed themselves on our table be built up to parity after 4. The 35-100 of total ton nage shall apply more less to all although It was stated is highly able that the calculation of ratio each category should be exactly divisible by the maximum ual tonnage permitted that 5. Germany cruisers and destroyers in one category as long as other important naval ers do though she declares her Continued on Page 3, Column 2. Japan Inflicts Final Indignity On China ly Forcing Removal Of Governor of Chahar Province 1935, by Associated June IS. again to Japanese army today Gen. Sung as governor of Chahar province and ordered the 132nd Chinese division to evacuate That was price the fisted in of the week at Japanese whose Chinese officials Japanese spokesman also hinted that of the Chahar sue brought all phases oC the week-old north China crisis stage ox amicable Maj. Gen. Kenji of special of 's Kwantung of an- of the saying the final and formal agreement would reached at Kalgan near the of the replace dismissed Gen. as Chahar the government at Nanking Civil Chin Japanese army spokesmen highly for his as on of Sung in the At the national declined comment oh Sung's an statement tary which has not been As though completeness to of emphasize the Associated B. Bloody street rioting broke out here today when police tried to scatter a crowd of striking longshoremen and their who attempted to march into the Ballantyne A barrage of tear gas bombs broke among the seething ranks of the including and the fighting soon spread over a wide i Royal Canadian mounted police i broke through the struggling es to rescue a group of city police surrounded by and other weapons were used by the Police were knocked down their uni- forms to The opponents battled two hours and then the rioting began afresh over an area several blocks out from the Ballantyne Pier Officers pursued the strikers and their sympathizers into yards and The increased in numbers and police hurried reinforcements to the The trouble followed efforts of the longshoremen to obtain per mission for a delegation to visit the dock to men of another union working ships Permission was refused and about 200 men to the they were joined by hundreds of Royal Canadian guarding the retreated when crowd approached and when it Ignored commands to ed a. tear gas Three ers were reported taken to for None was relieved seriously Many arrested as body of marching ers and their sympathizers was broken but the rioting ued groups in n streets near the Shortly before the light started van A. president of the Transport Workers of had been ar- rested with inciting 50 Families Homeless The Colorado River portions covered area in western part of town four blocks wide and eight blocks long. About 50 families in the dated sector had moved from their homes before the water rushed in. Both the north and south way and the Southern trestle continued to withstand the battering and still were well above the swift Highway 3, both east and west of the town was under six feet of Utilities Hold Up The populace still was able to enjoy light and gas but the gas line was in danger of being The bringing the supply in from cross the river on an ancient and abandoned wagon The Nueces River at saw there at 4 a. the crest the flood waters that passed Uvalde last It was estimated the river was 33 feet knocking over the former record of The 31-foot flood gauge was completely sub- merged and it was estimated it was topped by two feet of High Above Kail Bridge The water was five feet and three inches above the Missouri Pacific railway trestle rails and seven feet above the floor of way 2 South of the one mile ot tracks was covered with from seven to eight feet Highway Associated With the crest of the raging rated expected to pass here on Wednesday Wharton Tuesday prepared life and property against the ravages of the swollen Three of refugees were established in Tuesday afternoon and three ens borrowed from the National Guard .at Palacios served refugees in style Tuesday About GOO negroes gathered from the bottomland farms were tered In box cars on the Southern Pacific Other cars of the Santa Fe Continued on Page 3, Column 4 15 Overcome Fighting Fire At New Orleans 13th Story Blaze Floods Lower Floors ri and Kansas on Associated NEW June stubborn fire which started .at noon 13th floor storeroom of the Malson Blanche housing of the city's largest was brought under control today after 14 had been overcome The largely covered in- will run into many sands oC An hour and a half after the was discovered Fire Chief John Evans said 'the fire was Associated Heavy rains spread havoc through the West and Turbulent waters burst drove thousands of persons inundated hugh tracts of agricultural washed out bridges and rail highway traffic and inflicted un- estimated losses upon many ers and But only two new recorded as Pluvius turned on the showers full The Arkansas River forced two levees and spilled over an- fear that 50.000 acres land would be covered in Con- vay Burdened by torrential it reached at Fort 1929 and more than nine feet above flood Road rail ravel was About 300 persons near Fort Smith The Elver surged to Its highest stage in 31. Telephone was by ic Approximately one-third f the State was cut off. a destructive Cloudbursts in. Southern carried away of rail and tons of flooded did severe crop Homes were vacated near Grand River and many of their channels for time this Even The two feet it would reach the flood stage Auto- mobile between Canton and 650. feet railroad and of acres of corn were washed Fulton beset more inches of under but few minutes estimated its damage at and railroad engineers who watched the structures closely during the height of the said there were no indications that any part of either had been washed it will be several days before the water recedes definitely to determine the U It was believed later the building's water I The SOO persons who quit Gardner failed as a standpipe a J 0-inch-downpour ventured back with livestock the water lines and bridges in Southwestern Nebraska were badly damaged by the second flood in two weeks in the River But as set persons who had fled to high land Thousands of acres remained Only one new drowning was recorded but death of a victim of the previous storm the toll of that dis- aster to 304. Dozens Benkelman residents ivere vaccinated to pre- flames raged unchecked for minutes while firemen ed hose lines from the street 13 floors Herbert of the Maison Blanche said be understood a minor preceded the POLES AND FRENCH POLICE BATTLE Clubs And Stones Used Associated June dred Polish laborers their country's consulates in and fought police today In violent demonstrations over their expulsion in France's campaign against Ten policemen were Injured here and 16 arrested after 250 angry laborers used clubs and stones in the battle with the Several hundred workers ed the consulate at breaking down doors and shouting for im- mediate They lested that their unemployment dole had been A darme was kicked in the stomach j and seriously injured in fighting Continued on Page 3, Column I BITE OF INSECT KELS Turns Black and Dies in 15 Minutes the on the consulate's the Japanese to riot connection a speech army's bloodless victory in in which he waa reported strikers to in a body Continued on Column M. cr te 12 miles down the known as the Texas built in 1012. had given n to pounding oC the waters and was Two smaller dams that water in two sloughs at the main dam site were swept Houses Float Along Two sizeable probably washed from were in the one at a point about a mile north of. Cotulla and the other between the highway and railway of Antonio's abandoned that had The riots were attributed to de- lays in repatriating the Poles anO relief Associated June sting of an unidentified insect brought quick death today to W. of near Rushing into his told his stung him on an car and asked her to apply medicine it. Mrs. started to apply home but face and body ed She summoned Ji C. who arrived just as dors 15 minutes Doctor Luster said be did not know what kind ot insect stuny been transported to and used as an adjunct to a filling was washed down stream and came to rest against the railroad The bodies of the two children of Francisco a and a drowned near gan Wells Sunday when fell from a motor boat that had taken tree were ered isolated the In- ot Mexico There Bus or motor of any San closed at Cotulla by the Nueces or the Missouri Pacific Mexican Lines Out Laredo officials the Lines of said it would be several days before on 5, S Rumanians Expecting Soviet to Send Crown Open Boxes and Find Skeleton of 18th Century King in Coffin Associated K u m a n i 300 con- miscellaneous Soviet Russia to Rumania presumably in gratitude for this re- cent recognition U. S. E. arrived Rumanian authorities platoons of soldiers around the piles of from to protect A special commission of experts appointed to make an inventory or the properties plunged eagerly into They hoped Rumania's crown worth which were sent to Moscow for safekeeping when the Germans threatened to overrun Rumania in 1916. The national of amounting sent to the Russian capital at tho sante They A human skeleton in an i ancient Several tons of musty books and A few faded old manian bank now about 40 The it was was that who ruled Moldavia In and who It was learned the to return other the prob ably of Rumanian princess who ruled and years ago died in The jewels in- clude three of Queen Marie's ropes ojt clusters heaps and
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