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   Abilene Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1935, Abilene, Texas                              e gfoilene Batty Reporter "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES. WE SKETCH YOUR WUKLD EXACTLY AS IT riON VOL Leasetf Wires of Associated Press (W) United Press (UP) ABILENE. TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 193S-__FOU_RTEEN PAGES (Evening Edition of The Abilene Horning NUMBJrTuf Increase In Centennial Fund Voted Back to His Old Fishin' Holes Maneuvers of game fish In Bahama waters displace maneiucrs of polit clans in tiie interest of President KooscvcH, taking his favorite vacation cnilsc In (he waters shown in the map at the upper left. Uiiccnt Asfor aeum Is host on his yacht, Nourmahal, Lelovr, io tiie vtous 'he iar'1C stmp v'ba have (islied w-ilh him on pre- Committee Not Criticiz-j ing War Record, He Is! Told, As War Profit! Elimination Talked Strange Extortion Plot Is involved In Campus Shooting SHOT BY CO-ED Leaders Confer On Winds Scatter Dust, BringrCccl Weather First Work On Stretch Toward Throckmor Mercury Goes to Only 44 Degrees Here, and Frost Danger Is Averted Frost, which had been regarded by the weather bureau as probable last night, did not materialize, nor is it likely to do so during the cur j 'WASHINGTON, March I Peace-time manufacture of war- niaking Implements either under government license or by the gov- ernmd.; itself was advocated today before the senate munitions com- mlltee by Bernard M. Baruch, chairman o; the World war indus- t tries board. Earlier, the New York financier listened with pleasure to an asser- tion bv Chairman Nye that, the committee was not crili- clsing Baruch's war-lime record but i sought, only to gain the advantage I of his experience in formulating a plan to take the profit out of war. Insinuations "Unfair- Other members made similar statements after Senator Byrnes ID-SC) had declared "unfair'1 any insinuations ngUnsl Batuch's rec- ord which may have: grown out of the committee investigation. The statement about manufactur- ing munitions was made after Nye had referred lo the removal of the blue eagle from Ihe Colt Manufnc- luring company. He said he was told the war departmeiument: still would give the firm orders. "Do you see a way of meeting a i condition like Nye asked. "Yes. the government will have i to do that kind of manufacturing I itself." Baruch Raid. "Manufacture would give us n yardstick on lie added. "When I saw the criticism about his war time financial transactions." Byrnes snid, ''I'felt it necessary to -i.-'.c facts of tie case." He added ho waS chairman of a special deficiency committee of the New Leader! A fiery Tammany It e. Hep. John J. O'Connor, is being; boomeil for leader of the Democratic ma- jority in the house, with indica- tion a new lender must be namrtl because of the continued illness of lUp. llankheail. O'Con- nor Is chairman of the powerful rules committee. li: Britls" Eden infromed Lltvlnp- of the Gir! Had Received Threats Notes, tlelieved Him I To Be Sender _____ commissary Maxim Lltvlnoff nnd! tticn Intromed LUvlnp- of thc TAHLEQUAH, OMa., March Calx' Eden, British lord I conversations he and Sli .ic-'rn Shn- 128. Calm and unruffled 'Privy Scia1' discussed i by the shooting of a Chinese I 'o which the Berlin j cl. Ocrmall in Beri'ln "and Undent. Lois Thompson, 10- the two infor- ;year-old Northwestern State of Europe I "mtlon nnd on the most i rn----1----- I important aspects o! thc present European situation. They nre to meet ggnln at tomorrow. Men wns taken directly to Litvln- off's office after nn impressive wel- come at the railroad station by Llf.- vlnoff pcrsonnlly and Lord ChlUton, the British ambassador to Moscow. j Teachers college co-ed, remain-j The Brittsu envoy, received wilh .cd silent in her cell in the I talked to Lltvlnoff in the cd silent in her cell in the I j county jail here today as offi- j lstl mlii- sub- CCl'S sought to piece together a iect'of their talk was made later bizarre campus extortion plot, i by well-informed quarters, but these Victim May Live I so'-lrccs wcri! unable to say what i nature of "conclusions" were meant. _. naure o concusons were meant. The Chinese, Daniel Shew. 27. was u WBa However, that dur- shot In Hie chest by Miss Thompson j fng (hcll. flrst Lllvln- dls- dls- where he liere from Berlin Sir John Simon nfter she called him from thc nd- -nave nati l 'ministration building of the college agreement 'on the problem yesterday. The Chinese raced across j cussed." the cnmpus. screaming, the girl in js "Friendly" Pursuit, i Tlicir parley was described "I know he's one of them and I'm ing conducted In "an extremely! going to kill him." she screamed, as friendly I Eden stepped at once Into an at- she fired three more shots at the Lord Chllston, the British ambas-! mosphere surcharged with thc con- bassador (o London. Chinese. He. Sell, Iwo blocks administration building. the Irnnsacllojis concerning Bar- ueh. He related Uint Baruch lincl fi- I nanced a mission going to Europe The girl stood over him, handed her I Run to several students who came running up, and surrendered to police. Tiie Chinese was given an j even chance to life. Officers believed the girl was craz- ed by n series of extortion notes, 1 thi last one reading: "You arc going t- be killed today, can have the whole U. S. police you but we will thc next minute nil- con imvc llie w111 JaCKSOn Red, Eai'lV department with ym i .i kill you it we knew tl iflent. Succumbs sador to Hnssin, Ivan Mnisky. thej Russian ambassador Resident. Succumbs In Florida PEACE TALK, fnfc 13, Col. 6 HlisT military purposes to commercial j leninn older than the town itself, t purposes "Baruch paid expenses of the commission out of h: own no-'-et amounting to Byrnes said j died Thursday morning in Miami. I lnfor 1 "loridn, his home since 1012. News t S. T. C. Gang. I Sanford Martin, county attorney i talked to the girl. She refused to Not Implicated "The tragedy ol It Is, we have no tile next minute Date Is June 20; Further; Belgium Closes Bourses, ation yet that would indicate rent, cool spell. Forecast for tonight! to Byrnes Is partiv cloudy; for Frlciav fnlr "'al tlle financier declined and warmer relinbursemcnt from the treasury. ton Starts Soon ,x Col. s Delay Sought By De- fense Counsel Currency Devalua- tion Expected TRENTON. N. J., Mnrch j PARIS, March collapse court on error, nnd nppenls j of tllc Bold bloc within a few i months wns fenrcd by financiers to- 44 degrees, touched at 7 o'clock. Although the atmosphere wns March -till. H remained hazy from the duststorm o: Wednesday. 7IASKELL, construction grade nnd drain- age structures on a 7.7 mile stretch of highway 120 east from Haskell to eventually complete this highwny to Thrnckniortou county line will likely be slnrted wiliiin next ten dayc, following npproval by the Tex.is relirf commission of grant for project announced yester- day from Austin. Approval ot prol- I By the Associated Press. M i d summer temperatures of Wednesday gave way to chilly weather Thursday In Texas as Inst Iraces nf tin; violent dust storm vanished. Meat Records Afnrch heal records were cct had already been secured from the state hiehway department, and light of way secured by Haskoll Tim OF SIRE Chinese Is implicated U: the ex- f his death was received tcKlny fixed (he date of June 20 for day ns a eoiusenuencc of the report- city on tlic map. Tile three young J. Red wns only only attended the sale bill choice business nnd rcsi.lenmi They settled In )w. Mr notes, carrying Nacocdoches. Harry Morris, mnnag- er of Iho Texas experiment sqicl the thermometer readied all-time high for March at 01 cle- See It. J. RED, Page 13. Col. 7 A.F.L. Leaders Demand. Vlethvin Goes On Congress Give Some j Trial For Murder Aid To Labor i MIAMI, own.. Mnrch Tlic trial of Henry Mclhvin, be- Sec SHOOTING. Page IS. Col. 6 Power Men Get allowed three hours to present Its drift arguments ai.J that thc stale French government circles said j LIIU SLUIC AIUJH.II Ki.vciiurL-m circles scud wo-.ilcl be grained one hour and one- "lcy p Belgian dcserlion men increase, crnl Pope, had sought to have nrgu- momhs He toltl thc thcrc v'ns "tclTlblc fxtcnriins; east to n point" beyond Sec HIGHWAY. Page 13, Col. f Pair Indicted On Extortion Charge FORT WORTH. Mnrch Mnckal'i and Windie Williams or Eastland lodny were under grnnd ilgh It wns 89 degrees :il thc peak In I Austin and only n sllsht hangover from tiie dust storm was noticed. Dust denied away in the plaln-j j ture skidded to levels of around 95 WASHINGTON, March UP) of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie i crease. Worke.-s of the entire automobile Prllkcr. slalji desperadoes. ior the 'Industry wiil strike ar.d take the EL PASO. Mnrch Union bnrgnlnlng lodny had won work to tln" tllc preparation of for HO Ei Pnf-.i Electric company tlmt power plant workers wlio struclt n I c'uly ln October be ns month ago nn 11 per cent wngc in-' ,thc aWm> rubber Indtislry employes out. with thf-ni unless consress tiiti lo CnnMable cal I panj. got ui-.dcv here ffrrmt, i ploy M. C. Smith. pi-eMdetit of tho corn- said wage increases were the former strikers nnd em- who refused to -.v: jaunts wiiu reiusen [o .s'.rme were labor Francis J. Dilion, A. P. of The Tcsas ex-convict was brouuht 6ivcn a 5 per cent Inr-icnse for stny- or into cmat- ud orgRnizer, told the mlttee torlay. "The day ;-.ns nr.an, n. r. 01 lj. ici given a 5 per CC1 house Inbor corn-I lnto under heavy- guard. on tiie job Constrible Cnmpbt-11 was killed Tne is-hoiir Colder wciuhci- Kencrnlly wns re-' wliere he ua.s bum years for then LTd FoTw At tlle WnB.'.cr-Conncrv In-'------------------ and Fort Worth, where thousands j bor disputes bill, which Is section 
                            

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