San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - June 29, 1936, San Antonio, Texas to dally advice of Myrtle Hired tn ten Antonio bu found are loam the IMW VOL. 181 SAN MONDAY JUNE 29, PAGES 1J6JT OPENING of the new Road Highway No. to be marked by an intercommunity celebration near Boerne at o'clock morrow is a civic event and a greatly im- portant to San Antonio and bor cities That road a link in the Old Spanish Trail also is important to the State as a The dedication is well the summer vacation when Hill Country campsites and arc most getting under way and tennial travel across Texas is weil Many an Exposition itor having seen Texas in desires to view the real thine for go over that He will have learned that the Texas of he has heard and read of cattle ranges and lies to the ANTONIO MOTORISTS prize the new road because it brings them closer in to the Hill with its ant. healthful outdoor It makes next-door neighbors of Center Kerrville and merous other towns where friends and associates The business community stands to benefit from the better highway connections with a growing trade territory in which dwell a million people who rightfully should be San Antonio's One long-time major project for the Chamber of Commerce here is to bring about the closing of unpaved araps in the main to the North and the The work just completed is itself a notable step toward that goal and will stimulate further ROAD is one of the finest thoroughfares in Texas of di- free from most traffic planned and built both safety and The many motorists ing it will save in motor fuel and wear and tear on By encouraging that highway will make San Antonians and Hill Country folk still better ed and will stimulate another ly beneficial type of Numerous San Antonians less will build country homes in the wooded hills along this road out of the yet within about drive of everyday In the new road brings the Hill Country into San the neighbor pation in tomorrow's celebration means a 40 BILLION DEBT FOR U.S. FORECAST Rep. Taber Asserts New Deal Spenders Strip Treasury community and regional celebrations scattered through the State mark the Fourth of July and the Texas tennial Temple holds its annual Pioneer Day on and Port Arthur will open a day Centennial Revue on but this is mainly a West Texas the Runnels County is having its own birthday It is young as go just turned 50 but has grown The fertile West Texas farming country dairying and livestock pecan market gardens with irrigation promised unexploited mineral wealth all suggest a rich the celebration like most others being held in Texas this year though is pre- dominantly DRADY will open a five-day July Jubilee and Centennial val on It also will mark a creditable record of achievement and suggest greater That is the opening day of another Texas that will run December 1 the Fort Worth Frontier It will be well worth a journey across or across the The ex- position is planned as a sort of glorified rodeo that West Texan in spirit yet the outstanding entertainment number is an elaborated Last a pageant of West Texas in the making is a purely native which doubtless will most to visitors from Having come to big the will to see West Texas and he may see it at Fort The long list of com- munity Fourth and celebrations which have Centennial significance is THE FLYING IS A DOUBLE A side view of. the put into service by railroad the world's first streamlined double deck recently operating out of Associate cumulated government liabilities of approximately DV next Jan. 1 were predicted day by Representative Taber of New as ranking Republican on the House Appropriations com- He made the forecast in a ment declaring tlie Treasury would be by that time meet the exorbitant de- mands of General Farley General James A. National Stating there Had spent by administration since March 4. 1933, approximately Taber is manifest that the only safety for people is the retirement of the Roosevelt Recapitulating the recent Con- allowances out of the the New Yorker said they taled upwards of 'the largest of any time The last session just he appropriated if all of which he said com- prised direct new appropriations except in so-called permanent annually recurring allowed without and approximately 000 oC previously allowed but un- expended In the first session of the 74th Taber the over-all total was of which was in the ically recurring permanent and nearly n 'The reason that the tions for the second session are lower than those for the first sion Is that there was about more appropriated last year for so-called he ex- last year's Continued on Page 2, Column 6. LABOR ASSAILS BRITISH CABINET Lifting ot Sanctions From Italy Protested Associated June leaders the British as oE its own today the 17th. of the signing of the treaty of Clement A 11 c y and H e r b e r t labor party addressed a huge meeting In Hyde thousands of and fists massed A resolution was protesting the imminent lifting of sanctions from Italy and what was termed the British evasion tions tor the preservation David Lloyd World War prime speaking at a Baptist declared net provided a sorry spectacle oC vacillation and Weather Man Sez San Antonio Partly cloudy with fresh southerly Partly cloudy Monday and Moderate to fresh southerly winds on the Hourly Temperature SAN June 27-28, 1836: 8a.m.....'..... 9 9a.m..........T4 11 10 11 11 12 73 12 1p.m..........85 3a.m..........72 3p.m..........79 4a.m...........73 5 5 6 7a.m..........72 7 99, Waits In Vain at Altar For Widow Disappoints Aged Who Still Has Ring Associated OLD N. Y June Charles Jeanne 9 9-year-old Civil War ate a ned supper tonight the bride he planned to wed today His partner in. a much Mrs. Ella Blanche of Albany and left Jeannette hurriedly last he after an explanation that daughter was sick and she had to go to seated at a table with Margaret and Marian year-old twins were to have been flower was cal. we suited for one a no t lie lie may all have been for the Beside him was an empty chair which he ordered He partook of the with the children as his only ions a boat ride which also had been planned to follow the gu ests and the fa m I lies had with an of Mrs. Manning's de- Jeannette be had heard nothing from Mrs. Manning since she suddenly her Mrs. Manning's change of mind Jeannette after her Continued on Fage 10. Column 2. U. S. NAVY FAILS No Word Comes From Ex- plorer Supposedly on Way to Norway NEW June Lady former stage was reported by her manager as duly tonight as the twelfth day passed without word from her Sir Hubert or his the Antarctic exploration vessel Wyatt Wilkins is terribly upset and spent a sleepless night last Charles her Sir Hubert had planned to communicate dally his The Coast Guard wirelessed all ships to be on the lookout for the vessel which Sir Hubert and a crew 10, a June 17 for Norway Wyatt Earp was to by and Coast to with the ship have proved Previously Wilkins had said Sir Hubert 61e; the ship during the REDS WILL RAZE ARCH OF TRIUMPH June Arch ait built by Alexander I to celebrate Napoleon's retreat from Is to be razed to make for than 100'y'eaVs stands on Street near the Russian railway point of arrival and departure ot tourist BRITISH GENERAL DIES Allocated June 23.; General Sir Archibald 79, a veteran of 10th Century in died Sunday was governor of Gibraltar froni 1910 to 1913. French Leave Inmates to Own Joining In Walkout TO REGAIN MARKET Dr. Cox Says Money Spent Developing Demand ter Than Holding Key to Agricultural Recovery To Lie in Export Market Associated 58 guards of the Municipal Insane Asylum struck leaving no way of stopping inmates if they sought to The prefect of police called an emergency conference and ed he might summon troops to keep Morels Back June first mass against striking workers in France was taken today by viera hotel owners who proclaimed a lockout of 450 They they were ing the hotels be- cause of inability to meet demands for higher wages and shorter hours despite the ment's attempt at The workers struck a week ago but the hotels remained open for such guests as wished to make their own beds and find their meals Chambers of Commerce ed the closing of the hotels would send many hundreds of foreign tourists to the Italian Monte Carlo hotels remained Authorities declared that strikes and lockouts were in the principality of in which the city is Two new political parties entered the conflict between the Right and Col. Francois de la Rocque put the finishing to his new French the legal successor to his dissolved de a nationalistic organization of War Jacques former ist member of the Chamber oC formed French He left the Communist party after a trip to Moscow which he described as Continued on Page in. Column 3. Hiking Out of Mountainous Area When One Has Sprained Back Associated June Portland women flyers who ed 15 miles northeast of here were hiking out of the mountainous area today when found Louis Kobinson and an aviator found the Alyce and Irma A. C. a store keeper of Grass started for Continued on Page 2. Column 3.' ENGLISH STONE CAR OF FASCIST LEADER June 28. crowd of stoned the automobile of Sir wald leader of the British Fascist and smashed at the Fascist club at Hulme The disturbance came after a blackshirt demonstration at the town The crowd tore down the Fascist's f las and tried to overturn and set fire to their Eight By A. B. Bureau of Business University of June continues to pile up to con- firm the fact that cotton is the most key to agricultural adjustment In the United During the past four months the world markets for cotton have ab- sorbed over a million and a half bales of government controlled and the price for American cotton is now higher than it was February 12 when the marketing Two very Important lessons are to teamed from this The Is that the sale of ton hus come to be a matter of relative which means we can recapture foreign for our cotton If we are willing to sell It on a competitive The second Is that It Is the of the and not the of it which puts up the ing accumulates supplies and of supplies breaks and it makes little ance does the does all this have to do with the agricultural situation in the United Very much as will be seen from the following important United States agriculture is on an export basis a wide margin on the products for which it Is best ed; restriction of production in this Continued on Page 3, Column 7 10 Cases Demanding 419 Expected to Be Reached Next Fall Associated June indicated today that ton suits demanding from the government as a result of Postmaster General ley's cancellation oC air mail con- tracts in would not be acted upon until Settlement of five other In which aviation companies had asked was announced by the Department with arrangements to pay the companies a total of in accrued and to return In performance of the Court of said today the 10 suits still pending be- fore him could not before After a of facts be- fore the the cases will be tried before the court of Although the suits have been pending in the Court of Claims for a government attorneys said that was an unusual delay for of this Settlements announced Saturday wiped out the suits by Northwest Western Air Transcontinental Western and American Inc. Still before Ramsey er are the following Pacific Air Boenig Air and United Air Lines Trans- port and Pennsylvania National Parka United States Eastern Air Kohler Aviation Corporation PARTS OF BODY FOUND IN LAKE Boys Discover Head Hands in Box and June Two boys found the head and hands of. a man In a tamped box while swimming In a lake here Sheriff Walton Banks summoned detectives from Louisville and to Identify the He believed them to to the mutilated body found under a Shelby County culvert two weeks The head appeared that of a man about yean with hair and The re- mains had been In a small box and packed with James Banta and Arthur both 19, came on the box while diving In 10 feet water In Butler Memorial Lake For Mental Diseases Food Experts Figure Con- Drouth Will fect Many Products June higher food rose with heat waves on the Western Plains today as drouth burned deeper Into fertile While the weather bureau added up its farm belt rainfall figures for May and June and found they tallied exactly with the trous drouth of 193-4, crop experts began translating effects of 'the dry weather into the consumer's Continued lack rain in the corn they pointed would mean scarcity of feed for which in turn signifies reduced meat supplies and higher prices for beef and would cost and pies and cakes would be less and there would be less bacon and egg Wheat means and drouth in the wheat belt lias ready decided that the United States would make no exports in lhat potatoes would be used as a substitute for bread if prices But there is a scarcity of potatoes this Because all foodstuffs are more or less a likely of corn scarcity would be increased prices of cheese and and an added demand fur poultry which would mean tailed egg supply and again higher Into this gloomy the Federal government stepped over the Secretary of culture Henry Wallace named a special committee in Washington to aid harried Giving im- mediate attention to the hard-hit Montana and Wyoming and keeping careful watch on the Reports from private sources In the grain trade said only soaking rains could stop the deterioration of No such was in Traces of moisture fell in 16 states last night and early but nowhere did reach a More showers were forecast for the sota and Iowa tonight and SCIENTIST Dr. Mark inter- nationally famous for his work in the losses from Mexican cattle fever in but his work had a wider significance in that his early experiments with the showed the way to doctors of medicine for tracing the origins of previously obscure diseases transmitted only by para- The is that of a bust of Dr. Francis in the Animal Industries ing at A. M. HOUSE WILD BOY LEAPS OVER WALL AND DISAPPEARS Solon Riding in Auto Toward cott City of Texas Cattle Dies at A. and M. Dr. Discoverer of Tick Treatment Continued on Page 2, Column 4. Frenzied Delegates Name Kansan and Harlemite To Lead NEW June zied Earl W. Browder of Kansas today was nominated as the Communist party's candidate for president of the United James W. Harlem was similarly chosen as the for vice spectators packed In Madison Square Garden joined the party's 710 delegates in creating a bedlam with their lungs and mechanical to rival recent demonstrations of the major political Ticker tape was showered over the convention floor amid shouting and blaring of horns as Communist candidate fur governor of New rose nominate Twice started his speech only to hare three bands march out in the aisles leading parading Declaring the country Is faded with chaos of and suffering greater than ever Minor said leaders win replace today the and the of. the past be found among the ranks of TWISTER TWO LARGE WAREHOUSES N. A tornado dipped into the renton business district this after- noon and demolished two t large warehouses and unroofed several other The were no The damage was estimated at around A large tobacco and a large cotton warehouse the only buildings cery store was and eral dwellings were damaged by wind or falling The twister hit at 3 p. June dean the of veterinary medicine at Texas and M. College and chief of tlie division of veterinary science at the died at campus home at 5 a. m. He generally known as the Texas Cattle Death from heart Burial win be at his family One of he oldest A. and M. faculty in point of had been connected with Use college since 1SS8. He had been of the veterinary school since fts organization in 1916. Dr. is survived by his one B. and a Bebb of Dr. John Francis nf and Dr. Francis of D. Miss Eliza Mrs. Mary and Mrs. Annie Francis Is credited with the discovery of the subcutaneous method for producing im- munity In cattle to Texas tick June bulent Representative A. of eluded attendants at the Pratt Hospital for mental and nervous disorders today fled hatlem and coatless Into the He sprang up from among group of patients in an exercise yard about 11 a. m. and leaped agilely over a seven and a half foot wire fence turned down at the The attendants rushed to detain him but the fence he had cleared so easily was too much for They had go to around it and ter pursuing him briefly they lost him in a wooded area surrounding the Zioncheck had been brought here last Tuesday from to which was committed after a series of wild Dr. Arthur E. assistant superintendent of directing efforts to locate toltl of the He de- scribed it as impulse of an elated Believed Without Funds He said was wearing a pair of blue a while shirt and tennis shoes at the time of As far as he the physician the was without The physician said he did not regard and that the worst result of the escape probably would Its effect upon sick man's is impulsive but from what I have seen of he is not 1 He is inclined rather on Page 2. Column 6. Continued on Page 10, Column t. TAKE 83 LIVES High Total Follows Start of Federal Inquiry Into Causes ACCUSED EXTORTIONER FACES HEARING TODAY LOS June 2S. J. E. 72-year-old cook charged attempting extort 000 from Mrs. Will Is to pear In United Court tomorrow for arraignment and Snider's arrest followed the re- of letter by the widow of humorist threatening to his early the ey were not Auto which accounted for at least 88 deaths over the became Irig the week an object of inquiry as President Roosevelt proved plans for a national study of their cause and Tho measure to which the affixed his signature ed that the Secretary oJ ture was authorized to make a tion wide survey of highway deaths and find ways to avoid j the pull oC the road on summer holidays jammed and scores were tims of the usual types N. six including a were flung to death by a passenger train at Twelve persons were injured and seven cars damaged in a accident near a railroad at N. New Yorkers escaped with slight injuries although their In a triple collision on rolled down to a rocky Continued on Page 2. Column Roosevelt Overestimates His Own Popularity and Underestimates Says Observer CROWTHER The Intent of the New Deal Con- vention was not to clarify any sues and present an Intelligent and Intelligible program to the can people but to smother all the Issues under wave of emo- tion out of which President velt would emerge with a Messianic The plan was not very well thought out and so badly that the machinery of the enthusiasm bellows began to creak on the second Is an emotional but It an occasion for its emotion and tlie Convention could made Into Ihe ery clear that he overestimated his own y popularity and underestimated Intelligence of the The assembled office what they were told but they not do It In a convincing could not recreate spirit parade in For those of the Who know knew they neither representing the Party nor new but probably an old without making a new Dumber of convinced New DeAlen even among the office it not The radio revealed all The somehow than carry seenu almost assay for Continued on 2, Column t.