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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 9, 1935, Abilene, Texas                                 llbilene Bailp 3^eporter  “WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES, WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES”—Byron  i  VOL. LIV. Full Lease« Wires of Associated Press (<»P)) United Press (UP) ABILENE. TEXAS. TUESDAY. APRIL 9. 1935—TWELVE PAGES  (Evening Edition of The Abilene Morning News) NUMBER 155  Wm ■' I ' MiXii.iri'ii ■ijgra    —    i    -i    .......-    —  Senate Rejects Dual Repeal Plan  Relief Millions Start Flowing To All Parts Of Country  ACCA Leaders Here For WTCGA Directors’ Election  I hcsr four leaders of the American Cotton Cooperative asMx iation and affiliated co-ops were snapped by the Repcrter-News staff photographer. In the panel are, left to right, A. I). Stewart, manager of the Missi.»wippl Cooperative association; Sam Ba.ss. New Orleans, assistant manager of ACCA; and W. R. McCullough, ACCA secretary and former Abilenian. On the right, fn one-column space, is N. Vtllliam-son ol Lake Providence, La„ ACCA’s president.  Directors Elected By Cotton Growers  FUNERAL FOR ROBBINS HELD  Six Of Nine Are Retained Wilkinson Is Elected New President  JICKLÏ    T0 Pass Sentence On IjOiSE S[  Ï  16 Defendants This A fternoon 5Tj|J[ ||0J[ []||  NTROLISS  After an unexpected pic« of gml-, l\ by Dr. I,. E Parmley of Big Spring to -iciMtlon of th» HarrLson ant I-narcotic B<’t, United Stutcs dLstricl court reces.^d late Tuesday  1  JU   ............  morning    umil    3:30 p. m. when  Rillinn<i Tn Rp p n ii r p ri    ^  Dllliurib luoeruuieu    sentences    upon sixteen de-  I n t 0 Other Channels    pleaded    guu-|    other defendant* enienng guilty    i ontliiuaiiccs  ■ pleas were Edgar MaclXmald. vio- ALlorncy Easlus asked and  Allen and U C. Dimui.s. internal i ¡•evenue law ; Raymond L. l>'avi r. i internal revenue law ; JohuT. Ham- i mond, alias Veriiun Slan.sbury, Dyer j act: B P loUind. Ed M. Hudgins  and Harold B. Shook, counterfeit-    -  returned a verdict of gu¥y afTci lug; Jack PoUct, counterfeiting; and gppgtp    - Rlnp  deliberating an hour.    Raymond    L.    Dcaver,    internal    rev-    JCiiaiu    »vei DIUU nOIUS  Out For Outright Sub-  rc-  anti-narcotic statuto.s.  The only exceplam to the .slriuv, of guilty plea,' wa.s that of Alton C WestermHii ul Ea.stland county who fought a charge of violation of internal revenue laws. A petit jury  enne law.  And Make Jobs For Three other doctors, Robert E. latlng the national banking act; ; eetvcd rontiuuanees in a counler-_ _ _    Lee of Colorado, A. Llghtfoot and Turner J«mes Hulsey, mail fraud; j frit case again.st Arthur L Miller,  7,000,000 POrSOnS W. H. BuUer of AbUene entered Ed Mackall and Wlndle Williams,;    -----   _guilty    pleas Monday to violatioiis of' midling extortion letters; JR. Dirk ' Kec CiHRI, I’agc 8. t «1. Z  mission and No Strings Attached  WASHINGTON, April 9,—  (UP)—President Roosevelt’s $4,880,000,000 work relief fund today started flowin gto every section of the country to make jobs for 7,000,000 persons.  Rill Signed.  Mr. R<x>.sevelt ordered immediatf expenditure of $155.00i».000 by the federal emergency relief admlnlstra-  Seek Federal Help For Jobless Youth'S  tion and ihe civilian con.servation U/s|i^q Thpn PaQCPQ Rill  Corp.*. He .igned the appropriation ; nOUSe I neil    Dill  To Eliminate War  Six of nuie director.s of the We'.s  President Roosevelt Attends  Texas Cotton Growers assotUation  New York Service  were re-elected at the opening ses-   _I    sion    of    the    second annual conven-  NEW YORK, April 9.—After , tion of the member.ship. attending funeral sen-ices for his Officers were to be named at the cousin. Warren miano Robbins,  President Roosevelt left for the capital today.  new YORK. April 9.With P^e- ident Ro«;evelt and member^ oi hl.s iHiml’^ in atUiKiauee. ;1aierat services were held today in the Protestant Episcopal Church of the Incarnation for Warren Delano Robbins. United States minister to Canada  Dnvcn directly to Uyc church on his arrival at the Pennsylvania station. the president, with members of his family and the widow of the diplomat* occupied the first jycw oi the ( hurch.  The .service* were .short 'Plieii was no eulogy and a mixed choir *»ne the proces.slonal and recessional. “  After the serviee.s. the president.  afternoon se.s?ion fohowing lunch a: the Hilton hotel.  Aside from the selection of directors the moining conference wa^. taken up with study and final approval of amendments to the by-  i.c-c' .i , ' ni iiK.,jjKMflMujn  details of winch were to be made public following the afternoon .session. Directors had pa.*:sed on the changes In a meeting Moiiday.  EÄD OF .ftOGIl FEiS  WASHINGTON, April »_,4>,_A $96.000.(KX) federal program for jobless youth. Including scholarships to keep 16 and 17 year olds In school, was recommended la.si night In a .    ¡childrens    bureau    report    sent    to    th*  WASHINGTON. April 9 —<UP»— senate by Secretary Perkins.  In The hou.se today pa.vsed the Mc-, Swam war profiUs elimination bill after a rebellious membersiup forc-  Time Profits  N. C. Williamson Here For Annual Meet Of WTCGA  The cooperative agricultural Viaiting official* of the American movement ha.s a .staunch champion Cotton Cooperative    as.sooiation,    in-    iu Loul.sianian here for the an-  troduced    to    the    membership    includ-    «oal members' meeting of the West  ed N. C. Williamson. Lake Provl- Te.xas Cotton Growers a.sosciation.  re.solutlon aboard train en route from Florida to New York,  Relief AdminU-trator Harry I Hopkim Wi*.> allotted $125.000,(KKI to feed and dothe the nation's 20 -  500.000 netdy until he receive.* an additional $755.000.000 provided the bill for doles.  CCC Director Robert Pechner ordered double quick enroUment of    .  110.000 recruit;: to expend his emcr- fhe military affair.* committee to; gency conservation corps to the    370.-    'trip from tin bill a    provision    au-1  000 mark.    thorinng the p.*-esldent to    draft sol-  Tentatlve allocation of the    re-    dlers in time of war.    The    vote    w'«s  mainlng billion.s of dollars in    the    367 to 15.  new' deal's effort to employ 3.5(K),- Immediately betöre the vote of ; 000 persons directly on government- fhud pa*xage, the hou,*** 011 a roll financed prcjecU' and 3.500,000 moie    vote, 205 to 183,    *ent the bill  in bchind-the-line industries was a*    f'®    committee.  The survey cstimHted that there were from 2,000.000 to 3.000.000 un-    ~  employed between the ages of 18 Waco Man Is Seriously  and 24 and that thev had been  al-  dence. La., W, R. McCullough, New Orleans, secretar. ; Bara Bass. New  He is N. C. W'illiam.son of Lake Providence, a former .state senator  Orlean.s, a.s.Hrtant general manager in Louisiana and now president of  and A. D. blew art, executive vice-pre.sident and general manager oi the Ml.ssi.ssjppi Cooperative a.s.socla-tion. They will leave early Wednesday for Lubbock to continue an In-•spection Lour.  Memtn'r.ship of the WTCGA  the parent cotton co-op. the American Cotton Cooperative association. Tlu' federal government, he told a reporter, ha.s not suffered los i s through the opeialion.s of ACCA except those Incurred in handling of cotton of the 1930-31 crop; and  aided only indirectly by government relief.  An $8.100.000 allotment to the office of education would furnish the  funds for the .scholarship of $2 a  week for one .school year to 100,000  boys and girl* whose families can  not .supply carfare Ixiok;. and in-  cidental.s.  Other recommendauoii; wen  Setting up an wivtsorv cotnmince  on youth employment inetlimis  from fpcleral agenice?s now concern-  in one defeai aitcr anoilicr for    the    ‘’<1    the .subject, thi.s ciHmmt-  .»iruction    democratic. leadersJiip. l.ibtralt.,    re- 1    coofverate    with    the smtcs and  inforeed by republican members,    In-j    communiie.%.  HiahwaV road- and arade cross- seried amendment after amendment. | KHtabll.shment of a „ »«a., a..U    cr«»    ^    p„.'    onirr««uy    educ.tlon  vides for a H(0 j>er cent tax on ex-CCS.S war prulUs, conscrifjuon of wealth and raw material; in war tune; gives the president fiower to fix prices, licease industry and regulate dl.strib”tion of e.vsential com-modiUes.  Wounded By Negro. Hired For $30  AUSTIN, April 9. (UP)_  i Anti-prohibition senators today ' refused to compromise with ! their “dry ” collagues on the manner of submitting repeal to voters next August 24. to 12 vote the senate declined to concur in the house ; plan of submitting repeal. A conference committee to rewrite the repeal resolution will be requested.  Wets Hold Out.  The wet bloc in the iicnat« held out for submitting outright repeat of prohibition, with no tentative plan for lontrollmg xaie of hard liquor If legalized.  Hou.se memb«’rs have voted to submit two issues in the repeal election next August! Outright repeal and i substitution of local option; and j state monopoly on hard liquor sales  of Henderson, advocate of state monopoly, today  follow-';  Direct relief money already kieat**d $12.5.WM),000.  Direct reliei money remaining i $755.000.000.  CCC money already allocated $30,-000,000 Loan and granu for con $900,000.000.  The committee immediately reported the bill back to the h*»u;.e with the coii.^iyt.li>.i cUtt^c elim-; ina!.ed. Adadni.xiration leader.* theiii obtained a vote on tinal pa*sage Conaidersiion ol llie bill rehulten  hi* heavily-tanned face one of sor-:handled 45.000 bales last year    those los.ses were becau.se    (he    Farm  row stood in his pew. leaning on the 1    5.500 in 41 counties a ma-    Board authorized ACCA    to    make  arm’ of his elde.st .son. Jame.s Roose-    jo^'ty    of the members were reprc-  velt. as the crowd left the church. ^ .*cn*fd hfu'e Tuesday either by proxy Mr* Robbln.s and her children were ! or in person  first to leave. They were followed by The three new director.s who will thè president’.* mother. Mr.s. James serve for the coming year are C. W.  Roo.sevelt. tl pre.sident’.s wife, his ' Bartlett, An.son; C. T. Levens, Ro-riaughter. Mr*. Anna Boettlger, and ; tan. and O. A. Brantun. Knox Citv the vounger Mrs. Jame.s Roosevelt.  The body of Robbins, a cou.sin of the pre.sident. was taken to Fair-haven, Mass.. for provate interment.  After the Robbins family and members of his own family left the  The directors retained for «.noth-er term are tkl Gist, Abilene, B Walters. Rule: J. L. Carrell. Snyder. E. Barber, Colorado; G. Y. Lee, Eden, and J. L. Wilkln.son. Coleman  abnormally higli advances on unpledged cotton, ‘ which policy.’’ said Williamson, has not b«‘eu followed in .subsequent year.. ’  Htatement What 1.' ACCA? William.son knows all about it. i.s glad to tell. Among thing* n ls not. h** *aid, ts a governmental agency; and 1* not government sub.sldized or government controlled Tin.* i what it i.s: "Tlie AmencHn Cotton Coopeia-  ing elimination $800,000.000  Rural rehabilitation, water conservation. iriigation and reclamation $500,000.000.  Rural electrliicalion $100.000.000.  Slum-iiearance, low-co.st housing S4.50.000,(K)0.  SanituUou, -**111 erosion, retoresla-tion. nver.s and harbor.*, mi'-ccllan-eouf- $350,000.000.  Total $4,880,000.000  I l)K Has Leewa.v.  7’he fundi- w*!«- cannarkrd by congre.vH aftti a 75-day legi.sUtive battle. The pn.sidcnt was empowered to change any of it.s provi.sion* by 20 per tent, giving inm a $976.-000,000 leev.ay in directing u.se of the money.  Efiect of th«' executive- iti-lion m allotting money for reliet and CCC w ill be felt uliwx-t ai on* e FEHAs $12s,(KHI.000 WlU go into *‘V-cry -state, city and hamiei, to be followed by miliiom more until ail employabe per.sons on relief an' at work—if Ml RtKxs«‘velt s objective i.s gained.  CCC* $:iO.(X)O.Ooo will b* di tnb'i*-ed to all    F»*<    hner    will  _ïü  ------------ f   ..... ^    The    out-of-state visitors to WT  church, and the crow'd filed out. the cGA's session were given a dinner    asso<‘iation i* the c«*niral sales  president left by the side entrance ,    ^ «jnniarlv en-    of fourtt * n state or regional  and wa> driven to the home of Ker- j tertalned toiiiaht The Abileiu assoc'ialions 'rhf> capital .sUKk ol  mu Ru.,.,fvfll. -m, M th- l.t- Tl«-    ..„mmer.«    wantrd to ^CCA i.    by    ll«.-,.    ana    ,"" ;o„';u„„al «7o'(;i;™’'u.  «lore Roosevelt for a brtrf rest be- , .¡mner host for tonlnht for rrihbiwl asooclatioia., each of »Inch |    f  fore returning to the capital.    ^    visitor.s, offli'era and board, Secre-    owned and controlled by farmers  3" N. Car.swell going to co-op-    Each of the as.s<K-lRtlons is directed  BIQ Sprlrifl 1VI8II    ;    headquarters personally to extend    by a board oi directors elected eacii  - II    Inliirprf    T**’ invitation but    previmi plan* * year by the members of the respec-  *    818»iy    *8"Ihad been made    i tiv^ «s&ociation.s. Each grower inein-   --In its afiernoon ses.sion tiie    new I ber ha.s one vote and only one vote  BIG    SPRING.    April 9.—|    board elected J. L.    Wilkinson    of no mutter whether he ships on*  L. Blanchard, 48. died last night of    i    Coleman piisident of the WTCGA,' bale or a thousand bales,  a fractured skull received when    he    |    ..jueceedlng T. E. Alvis of Roby.    "All of the savmg.s or pruiit.s oi  who ha* been pre.sident since the co-op’s organizalion In July 1933.  .Se«‘ KELIH , Page II, « «1. X  Palo Pinto Youth. Kicked By Horse, Fatally liiiiired  was .struck by an automobile Saturday  Blanchard came here from Wuch-ita Falls in 1928.  Burial will be wcdne.sday.  See VVILIJAIVISHN. Pag. X. ( ol. 7  GIRL’S KILLER i RAY GUARDED HELD INSANE* CONSTANTLY  Abilene at’il > . tnUj --<:ioutlv, toca! ehow era lonfKht and Wednesday; colder Wrdnee-day.  VA'*-« Tcfi.i»-.'- wVit of lutiib meridian M'lutiv i-loudv, I'M el ihovvrr» In north and east u frilonb. UHtmcr in eoutheaet i«jrnon «oniahf Wednesday, penly noudy, colder in norih an<t eaM i>ortlonh.  Kao) Trxes F.est of looth mrrliltnn «’l.uidA liual shfiwcrb tnnight and Wnlnc»-dA>. werm**r    jo pnet and iMiUth jxir  tioffs *x( f(.t on H> Kf -rmit, colder vn north-*•>«( ii' iHfin W ' 'I.1 \  1 «•iiit'craturnM Mon.  *CN    p,m  I . .    m  Oklahoma Youth Is Taken Defiant Outlaw To Die To State Hospital    Electric    Chair    May    10  In  PAl/> PfNTO. April 9 *UP* J. W. p’oremaii, 16-year old Palo Pinto ; high fchool student died last night ! a short time after he was kicked in the ehe.st by a hor.se The arcident ixcurred when the hor.se Foreman and a coinpaiiioii weic riding be* ame |righteii< 'l and threw Foreman, kicking him twice In the chest as the boy fell.  The youtli wius brought here by a pa.s.smg moturi.st and died in a phy.sician’s oflice.  n s  C    ‘    (    m.  DRUMRIGHT, Okla., April 9.—*T. HUNTSVII LF    April 9 — ly—i  Unusual spe» d in the working of the Thn-e inige lo k* and a < oiustant ! law closed tooay the case of men- guard today held R.» niond Hannl-i tally abnormal Gay Williams. 26 ton in the («-ath row he *>nre fliu, less than 24 hours after he stoned as ih*' dinimuti’<■ desjM rado start-a neighbor - daughter to death. ed living hr. last 31 day;.    I  Before funeral arrangements were Nine month.s ago lie daricd out oi if-.beven-year-old Kath- death row with a spitUng, smuggled' ay rjn Cline, whom Williams bluntly pistol in his nand—leader of the «*» confes.sed he killed at her own re- prison’s most daring break It will quest, the undersized, pinch faced not happe|i again, prison (Jficial.» .Si* youth wa.s hn.‘*tled to Bajiulpa, call- promised alter hi* sentence to death ed in.sanc by the county judge, and jjere ye.sterdav  Deep Wildcat Hits Oil Near Mercedes  moved to tti“ Central State ho«pi-,    io "ll.iuiit" orii* laK  tal at Normuii    .    Brazenly he shouted to tlie < lowti-  Everett Ct-llm. coualy attorney, * ed courtroom after sentenr* had  been passed that he would ‘ return’ after his trip to the electric chair.  n>  .......  '.V>t    liirr*"'*'"    •  Ml«**''« h*uti«li)  «2 «4  e;i said the committing oi Wllttarai. 7D would complete official action in T the case, which broke suddenly yex-12 jvum ' terday with the finding of the i child .s batUued body in a barn si iü V ' the Wilhams home.  MERCEDES. April 9    «0P»    A  iich new oil field apparently wa > "on tap seven mile.' north of here today  The Union Sulpliur company's No. 3 American Rio Grande I-and and Irrigation Co. blew in Ia.st night irom 7.493 feet It wa* the fir't deep wildcat te.*l m the Ilio Cirande valley and is approximately 25 mlle.s from the re* «wiliy dlsi’over-  DEATH TAKES ADOLPH OCHS  New York Times Publisher Stricken In Tennessee j  CHAlTANOtHiA femi April 9 ™i,p.—Service' i*« Adolph Ocli.. publisher of ti«‘ New York Tim*; , will be held here louunrow tn the Julm.s and Bertha 0*hs inenmri«! temple whu h the publl. Iir: ericP-d in honor of hi* pHieni- The fu-i neral will D' in New York on Fri- ’ day  Mr 0«hh filed ol n ri'ifbral hemorrhage >e.sterday at the age of 77  7 iu- New York funeral will lie conducted from Temple Enianu-Kl Flftli avenue ai 65ih .‘-ticet. at 10 30 a m . and burial will be at Mount , H.iiie, N. y  Rabbi Abralitttn Fiinosii and the Rev Dr 1 M< (,‘«¡11* p,*-.toi of the Centirtl f’l* .'bvici:,in diur' li of Chattanooga will oiflciate in tlie .'-ervicch iiere wlUch will be held at 9:30 a m. tonioi ro’* Tlie body will be taken to New York on the 11 a. in. train.  The journrv Iti, taxty ml! lake tn death will la* if« saini Ml G*h.' tfx>k when, a.s a voung man wiio liad built the Chattanfiog* Time; into one of the Soutl.'.s teadmg m-“ -paper.-A, he set on* to the ta-sk of re building th*' Ni'A V**rk Tuiif".  Huill I p I lines In this Uirgei vmk. lie - nateia d 'the New York nev .'•paper froir; is-nannal di.sa.ster and. in ds dii*' tion. won acclaim u a gcmu oi American journaiiMit Mr. Ocli.s wa>. Mrlrkeu a, h«- :-at at luiu'heon with a ijtdup of Inendh and relatives He ;<>*» coii.si iou;>ne.s.. and wa.s taken to a sanilariuiii wliere lour lioui. later In- died ¡without regalnhij. ( »ni'clou.sncs.s  junior and divi.sion to provide work, combined with recreation and education for per-on.H in the 18 to 24 age range  Dr. Maty s Haye.s, New York .stH'(iah.''t    in youth «'mpltnineut  problems    made the study which  w«us it) r« stKm;ve to a resoluilon m-trivduceii    by B*'imlor Walh.s of  Ma.s*arl»u.s<'U.s, asking the number of youth uiii’tnployed; the «‘Xtenl of federal .study on the iiroblem; and tlie feaublllly of ireafmg a siM'cial vouih divi.sion in the labor dejvart-nient of public works admimstra-tUMl  Among    etxcific .'.iiggesiaui;. (or  tlie imemiiioyed 18 to Si-vear old: were a fund of $84,370.000 lor combined work, reereHlion and edu*«-tion pr**jects of whliii $72,tMHHH)n would ta* for allowance, to ’.Otim', pf'iple and $12,380.006 for niHteriKb. '.applies accident comja’iisation, and admini.stration  Maternity Hnnic Bill Is Passed  AUB’riN. April 9 prohibit trat ticking materlly lioiiie» wa.s |M4.s.se<l urtanl-niously las:, mght by the .senate, ft, wa.s -I I (im pan loll m**a.surc to one -.igia'd Fafurday by Governor Jam* ' V Allred to prohibit íiih' oi bubic.s bv ploii inciit »Kí-nca s Tii! m«t*'miiy home bill, by K*'n-Htoi. Ben fj Oneal ol Wichita Fall-Hiaf W H i'oa^c of Waco, plaied numenm.v resirii turns im Ih'* home Tile atlornr, general eould .su«“ to enjoin their otjeration for viola*  tlOlLS  WACO. April 9. * UP)—While I under local cption.  Roy Mt'sxina, bootlegger, lay near' Senator Joe Hill deatli in ;v hospital toda,v. his 27-year-old wile, Rosa, wa* in a cell [warned that dry members may deaf «’0«miy jail eiiargwi with platting iTNd submatmg repeal !h any fofm hi murder    i if Uie wei.s continue their alleged  Mr.. Mesana. Dlstru i Altorney ’ lugh-iiand«si ’ method*.  Willard McT laighlm said, paid two Two-third.s favorable vote by both negroe-. $30 R* dl.spas«' of her hits- j house and ¡.enate is required to band, wlui was criticaUly wounded; submit the question.  Friday nigjit by a negro who accept- I Senator Tom Deberry of Bogota «•d a ride in his autonmbile    j a dry, today moved to instruct sen-  Also charged m the con.spiracy i ale conferee^, on the subject to writ« were Herman liCe 7‘ru( It. *J2. a negro i a provision forever barring’’ the giii. and Lewi.s King, 22, and Luth- j op*'ii saloon in Texas, er Hall, 23.    Vote    on    his    amendment    will  A.vsi.-.latii Disirict Aiioriiey E<i i amount to a direct declaration bv Hurle.stm .- aid the iv gro«‘.s told litni th«« senate on whetlier it favors re-Mr'.. Messina hired King and Hall turn of pre-prohibition days, to kill her itusimnd Hall did the Squirming under that direct chal-shootlng, BuiP-son .said, and King u>nge. the .sinute had failed to act and tlie girl acted «,'• go-laiw«H'ns .on IVebmrys amendment at noon.  c—   --------- .    rece -srd until 4 p. m.  Senator Weav«*r Moore of Houston, leading the fight for outright rep«'al “wPh no .string»,’’ thought it unwise to iiustruct senate conferees on prohibition return of the op-t-n salotm. Siuli instructions, he feared, will prove to be a "stumb-  Former Dallas Woman’s ,“^0? to,., »omro.* « a.,-  ve.ston, al.'.r» a wet, offered a &ub-.sfitutc for tlv D«'berry amendment, his .substitute instructs the conferees to write a provision giving the legislature authoitty to forbid return of the cp«*n saloon.  The legislature now has that authority. Holbrook .s substitute, iiow-ev«‘r, iH'rmits tlie .senate to escape an outright \otc on whether the coasLlluiion shall be amended to pro!Iibit open sulcxm.:.  Action on the Holbrook substitute also wa.s jKx Inoned until the senates late Hitiruoon session.  PROBE DEATH OF DIVORCEE  Body Found in Bathroom  l f)S AN< :EI.K.S Apnl 9. »ÜP» ■ ! F*oli( (    ii\v «ií»'(i aii autopiy re  port Iwinre lesumlng thelr mvestl-gatuii! ni lli#* my;.leríous d«’:tth of Mr Flor» A Willl ftn. aitractive blonde divont« ot D»U«s. Texas Th«' W’oin.iii iiud« IxkIv waT íoiind olí th«’ ílooi «»f li«T bathi'oom wIm'íi «piiriea ni lio*» .»• utli'UdaiU;' invc'tmaO' t til«' ImAling ot a dog A lU''    A    bilí    t«)    imriial !iiiioi> ■■ i«“V«>aled sha did noL  m    bables    bv    di<- ..ol* i "f iii iuri«*.s she ree« ived  w'h«‘n . li« pit* h<‘d Irom a showtT enelo.iiue ;in.l fell fu*« dnwnwardoii tlie (l(K»r  poijí (• di“'* iti'«!* <1 Hh-u origiiiHí tlie- ; orv I hal she liad blipp* «l wlill«“ tak-iiu' H sliower and uwaiUd a more «'*»inplele fxamiliaílon ijefoic delv-; mr turtiuT mU) the my-itery  Jnv« tigabus tíu«’d « maz«‘ otbaf-íling eviden. «’ Th«* siiower wa.s no. , runnlng. ii (licating it luid bi en í  VICTIM WILL HELP McGEE  -wee Ditone EE, 1‘age N. ( ul. .3  WOOTEN HOTEL BOILER ROOM IS BADLY DAMAGED BY BLAST  Water Heating Unit Blows Up: None Injured: Cause and Amount of Damage Not Yd Determined  Par! of the ba'.enient of Hie Ho- ol Hie bla:.( laiidusg lurthei Inves-tel Wiaileu wa*. a .•liamljles Tiir.'xiay ti-'.*U'»n  morning, n'.sull ol explo.-.ioii ot H'«i Mi<,i!Hs« i Joiui G Ouilmut ,.aid no waler-ti«*utiiig unit whlcli ixcurreo «'.'Umatc of actual uamagc could be  Kansas City Kidnaper Due To Die May 10th  << »turltht. IB.'l.l, S> VMiMlaKt-a rr#*l)  KANSAS C! FY. April 9—Walter H McGee bushy-browed kidnaper,  • Hid u hi.*, death cell la»t night thiit Mary McElroy. the tall, attractive girl in* ftbdurted In 1933, ha.s prom 1std him *he would "do what she could " to save him from hanging for the crime.  The black ! »aired 39-.veai’-old McGee ».-»crKrt the young woman, wiiose tr.-'iimony figured heavily in his conviction, confuleo lier intention', dining one of several visits at the Jackson county «Kansas City« jail  McGee, first per.-u i ever to be  j ed Samfordycc field But tiie de.sperado did not    threat-    i No efffirt wa.s made immediately  en activitie' of the sort that    !;«beled    Í to gauge    the flow of oil,    said to be  ¡Of high    quahtv The    *ell wac  H«; HAMILiON, Page X,    ('*F $ clcaiUlig    1U#U toda  In Wuf-hington 1« aders in the Die large government .“'topi«» d to do him honm* and to call altenUon t*. lii« contributi«.«ns to American journalism.  The Tennessee Icgrslature, i.i a mght ei'.sion. p»u.M*d out of rc.'.pci t  at 5 5.5 H ill None was injurt'd.    mod« until workmen p!.*gre.v.'«?d    8lven    \****  8ix-mcli 111 * walls oi the Imilcr    lurihcr Pumvuig «¡id bailing out!    napmg    in the United fetatej». Ix n -  AiUm Uic ni’W' uf hi.s passing rooni. Imu.sing fh«' heat mg aid nir.of r and luel oil winch covered    ^.he  tlier«' cHine worM-xide inbute    roiid'.lloning    equiptn.*nt, furm«<-c;, the ll«M.r and -an mU> fhe bottom oulcr wa.s p aceti toj  ,a .t«-r rlcciric .swucii- of the eicvutm .strait nad ui be    »»    Uii* new cfmrthouse    l^t^^  boards, ga.. WHlci. (uel ml and sew- <-omplcted ixfion* an «ccuraie cstt-    3'j'** 'Sl^oder    .  er main . were blown out. Elevator rm«’-' < add i«' made    d^ity Manager H P. MtE roy  service was .slopped, Uie wall divid-; Chxks m th.' li«»tel lobby, drug    «O-W    ransQin    for  ing the b«>iler room and the bark    store and otiier parts of the build-j    ^^^ild    not    commenE    Her  .side of the ejevator siiaft from base-    ing were siopi>ed at 5*W  ment to lobby floor having bi'en de- Some aucH.-, m the uj)p«'r floors’ However it w«' iwinied  strovi'd Hofrt ofhcial.'. would “,cn '    ■    m    a 1.* C ni a  tuie no imiiouncciaent of Uie cautc »«« HLAM, l'a«r X. i oi, 3    Me M« t.El„ Page S, t oi. §  fci* o< lib. I’ag« 8, < ol 5   

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