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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 11, 1935, Abilene, Texas                                 FAIR  '■and  COLDER  iiht Sfattene Bail? jl^eportcr  «WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES. WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES”—Byron  VOL. HV. Full Leased Wir'¡¡T¡¡¡^ed Preos (W) United Press (UP) ABILENE. TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 11. 1935- FOURTEEN PAGES (Evening Edition ot The Abilene Woming News) NUMBERJ5_7_  Southwest Is Crippled By Dusters      ■ ...............  Powers May Call On League To Act  Youth Kills Child With Roek  lia, WilliuuiH. Jl) (le(t). ionti.M.1 to ofli.er» at Briunrwhl. Okla..  that he had beat#«!! to death 7-year-old Kathryn Cline irightl with a jaaeed jitone in a hani near town. “I killed her so she could go to her mother.” the youth said. The mother Is dead. Williams was Immediately taken to Norman state hospital for the insane. ( Vvsorialed I’rc*» Plioto).  STiïïSiN  Di  1  ,3  Silver Price Hiked M In New Government Monetary Program  Texas Toreador  When Portia Porter, below. 18-year-old San .\ntonlo, Texas, heaiitv, entered that ring neat alr\i<^> ( ily, the bull might well have given her one look and bowed Ills head fiw the stroke. Xnyway, Miss Porter, AnuTica’* first woman bullfighter, carried off the honors in her recent debut as woman toreador.  Court Grants Motion On Grounds of Absent Witnesses '  Widely Sought  A widespread hunt was launched for John (iillespie. below, when it was discovered that the fcrmer power In Michigan politic*. once a multi-millionaire, had been missing since April 4 item his hotel In Detroit. (*il-Icspie. a daring business man had made and lest fortunes, one uf $4.000,000 being wiped out In 1031.  ground of absent wltnesse» was granted in 42nd district court at Albany Thursday morning in the case of Tom Jones, young Abilene man charged with murder without »i. hicft in connection with the deeth of ill Perkins in an automotult: crtfc u here in January, 1933.  P'csented by Jcaies’ attoriwh, Dalifvs Scarborough, W. B. Kiy and Elli.x ijouthit, the motion stated that. l>i-. J. M. Estes. Abilen« physician. and Morgan Joue*. lather ol the defendant, both defetLse wiincr-:.-es. and J. M. Wagstail of defense counsel were unable to attend the triui.  Dr. E.sies who has been ill tor several weeks, was recently remov'd from a lot il hospital to his home. Morgan Jones received a neck injury', a fraciured rib and bruise.s when lu.s automobile werturned. near Port Worth Sunday He isi recovering at his home here.    i  Mr. WagsJaff, allhougfi able to -A* at his oli ice w a.s physically un-j able to take part in the trial, the! motion stated.  Judge M. S. Long, after setting i  STRESiPll!ll[i.  Consideration of French Appeal to Geneva Regarded as Surprise By Observers  STRESA, Italy, April 11.—  &reat Britain, France and Italy today decided to take up as their first concrete problem France’s appeal to the league of nations against Germany’s repudiation of the military , clauses of the Versailles treaty ¡as endangering Europe’s peace.  Shortly after Prime Minister MacDonald of Great Britain, Pro- ! mier Plandin of France, and their ho*t. Premier Mussolini of Italy, had met for their initial conference here, a French official Indicated Prance would insist firmly upon the league’s wting on the French ap- i peal.  The appeal. It was ¿«id. is to be supported by a memorandum stat- • ing Frances views concerning Relchsfuehrer Hitler's violation of the treaty and suggesting thi-« violation might lead to the danger of war.  Preliminary fcxtTunigc  The conference began at 10:30 a.  wuh H pn.iimin.ry    of    |    Rarolod    Convict    T    8    k    6    ti;  views on the European situation and  Hot Check Curb Is Asked In Bill  Al'isiTIN’. April It.—tlT*i—Is-sners of hot checks will find it difficult to escape punishment under a bill rent to the senate today by the hnise of reprrxeii-tatlves.  Prosecutors have complained that they have been used a* collection agents only to have complaints dropjved when checks are made good. The new bill allows five days after notice to make a ••hot" cheek good. Xfter that, a mb demeanor punishment Is prcvided. Issuance of the eheek with knowledge there are not funds cw credit to meet II eon-stitute the offense.  Move Is Destined By Administration to Boost Commodity Prices  WASHINGTON. April 11.—lUP) Sen. Key Pitt man. D.. Nev.. toc^ay foreca.st stabilization of world silver price.s “wilhiii a few mouths' t a.s the trea,aay iucrea.sed its bid for domestic .«Uver and stock and commodity iniirkeUs reacted Imllishly.  • In a very lew inoutlis the pric« of saver throughout the world will be stabili'zed. Pittman. leader o!  '■ the western silver iorces, told iUe ; senate, "and this whc^e question will be settled "  Silver groups geiieially weiv jubilant at the trcBMiry action in in-! 'creasing the d('me.stie. silver pnce , from 64 l-'ic to 7le. Mining k“muiv,  ' foresaw incrca.sed aeiivity. Giiun ■prices rose and the .«.lock m.iikci : was stiriied.  Ï  NG liN  mm s  WASHINGTON, April 11.—tUPl— The admlukitration sought today to apeed advanting commodity price;  ! by paying more for domestically , i mined silver    ;  I Stiver prices were boosted over-. i night from 04.64 cents to 71.11 cenbs ■ an ounce. Ttie action was expected to furm.sh the psychological eifect tor price mciea.ses and expand the money l.ssuing ba.se by increasing silver production.  Although the action merely gives  Farm Losses Soaring High Into Millions  KANSAS CITY, April 11. (AP)—Dust drifts and human misery increased today in the plains area as new silt laden winds blew from the northwest.  Economic losses mounted high into the millions as crops were ruined and continued drouth made prospects for immediate improvement remote.  A. M. Hamrick, federal meterologist here, could see little hope for cessation of the dust plague to the west and southwest, but there were reports of fine rains north and northeast of here. The northern border of Kansas and the approximate center of the state apparently formed the dividing line for the dust with western Kansas, eastern Colorado and Wyoming, wes^n parts of Oklahoma, virtually all of Texas and parts of New  Mexico bearing the brunt of the storm.    ,    ,    u*  Dust that crossed the Missouri Kansas border last nignt swirled over St. Louis this morning and on eastward across the Mississippi, but northern Missouri, all of Iowa, and the states to the north, ea.tern Nebraska, Illinois and Indiana had rams  of varying intensity.    .    ^  Lamar Colorado, reported the seventh consecutive day of dust, and virtually all activities were halted there and tn score« of other large and small towns of the pestered  There was snow in western Nebraska, and colder tetnpera-  turcs were in prospect for the, entire Mississipni valley. Ham ' rick forecast frost would be felt almost as far south as Kansas Citv bv tomorrow morning.  PIctiirr of Desolation.  Where in other years at this season. wheat and other crops have spread their checkerboard pattern of green '•iimie.s over the southwest,i tbeer are barren Held« without a blade of green, drifts  Jim Neal Irked By Eternal Row Of Legislators  «..itnoui a AUSTTN, April U <T;-The He-  o, .on »>on«  towerliw. booted and big-halted  Wheat Prices Jump Sharply  lUicheon after tlu' conferees voted to take up Prance s appeal to the league at 5 p. m.  Thus announcenrent. which waa made to the press by British and French delegates, created considerable surprise as it had been gen€ft-ally undersUiod that the action to be taken at Geneva concerning Ger-maiiy would hinge to a large extent upon what decision wa.s made at 8tre.sa rei; trding more sfH ondary subjeci.i.  ! After s, brief greeting tvom Pre-I niler Mu.«oUni, who acted as chairman, Sir John Simon, British foreign secreTary. made a lengUiy state-raeni describing his visit to I Relchsfueltrer Hitler and the tour made by Capi Anthony Eden, British lx>rd Privy Seisi, to Mascow. Warsaw and Praha  Witii Mu.vsollni taking tlie lead, tlie Italian and h’lencli .slate.smen  Into Custody At Gladewater  Set by U. S. at Only 7,872.000 Bushels  GLADEWATER. April IL—(Pb-Mrs. Emma Sage, 27, mother of two children, wa.s shot to death in the Pickwick hotel coffee shop here ear-iy today and a 27-year-old paroled ' convict was arrested on the out-I skirts of the town a few minutes i later.  The woman, .struck by one bullet , in the head, died Inst.rully  Don Covin, ex-convict who wias convicted at Houston in November, 1931 for the slaying of Marie Hart on tlie me'zziiune floor of a lui^e aoiel, was ru.shed to Ixmgvtew ana charged with Mrs. Sage s death.  Covin was granted a conditional pardon on Nov. 28. 1934, and released from the .state prison at Huntsville.  i cent Increase in price, or le.s* than!  \ $2.OUO.000    Inmuuily on j  present producnon. it* importance, wax believed to lie in Its indication , of the future inonetary policy ol  the United Btates.    ;    AUSTIN.    April    11—w.„v-    .  Heavy United States purchases in    deiwlment    of agriculture i labelled a.n tne  the wOTld Sliver markeis during Uie    monthly    Texas    .^^er  crop report that tlie wheat crop m this state had been almost ruined  col-  roads, fenc» a and farm    buildings,  , and deserted irighway.'    i    ^    «.«.fkiwr    «f    the    Texas    sen-  Estimated Production  i lief ridliri c^llir    thi.x    week by :    like statesmen, so    we can do    soim-  i promising w » at her    forecasts, were i    thing in relieving    ‘I’**    *  Ts-The Umt- ' Si^attered ye.sterday    by a    dust bllz- t    of the people who feed    and    eJ^  past week, together with tiie higher  domestic price was believed to show ____       _  the goyernment s determination to' “'“j mdicaUom"poVnted" Ua'a production of only 7,872,000 bushels,  rehabilitate silver.    ««w.»./».    ___________  Free coinige of silver Lx expected    25.749.000    last    year,  to be accompli.shed when the price of the metal reache.s $1.29*29 per ounce. At thL level the treasury would not longer take .seigniorage on .silver rtarelved. Holders of the metal could have all their metal coined and returned to them.  "Condition of Texa.s wheat on April 1 WHS 41 per cent of noniial. compared with 62 per cent a year ago. and 80.4 the len-year average," tiie government stali.syciaiih .said “Not only is the reported couditjon  several states, tlie goverruncilf» monthly crop report was released.  "A large I rojKirtlon of the acreage,” in this imjKirtant winter wheat area was btong abandoned. It .said.  worst " oftheUhe world, and who we all know OTP broke.”  He added; "Lets quit all th» squabbling about a sales tax,, and overall tax or tax classification and do something "  Avowing his Ignorance ol parlla-inentarv wavs, he counselled aen-  Uke a  The condition of the wheat crop In j ators:    "Let’s get around  .six Kansa-s counlles Graham. Gove, I couple of cowboys, divide whats Cfieeley. Wii hita. HamiiUm and best and do s«nethlni;"  Kearney—w.e ItHted a.s stero.  Kennetli V/elch, relief administrator In Buca county. Colorado.!  ftL  CHICAGO. April 11,—i/Pi—'Wlicat th© c£vp for trial for    the ilnst day ! prices Jumped 3    1-2    cent.s a bushel  of the July court term at Albany, i as the. board of    trade opened    to-  excu.sed hi.s jury panel for the week, i day.  The case, tried la.st    year in Abi- Otiier graiius and    hog. also    were  lene, WO.S rtverM'd by    the court of higher,  crimiual appeals and remanded for j new trial. Joucs received a three  , Covin, wiinesscù said, walked into put a serte» of que.tlo..s W sir J(llm ;    ^    ^  by Mis. Sage, wlio wa.« bieakla.^L. H» ordered a cup  which covered every aspect of the situation as revealed to 8ir John * and Captain Eden on their trip. !  It was undersUKid the queries by Mussolini, Premier Landin, and Pierre Laval, the French foreign  “Factor» wt..rh cotubtued force ;  Prphuinalilv wiien Ihh price level extremely low, but indications iiotnt ..^id no crop, whatever con be ex-H cached person will tn- able lo '^ l»»‘ge.st per cmt abandon-    in    rioulhcH.stcrti Colorado un-  take an ouiut of silver to the mint »“»d record. Soil moisture wa.s i^ks heavy s{)ring ruln.s come and frnve n comy into $1.293g! P' «etk uUy depleted at planting    ,u.4 Pneunumia.  worth of silver money. Thh would thue. and raimall during the wmtei . dum pijfiimonlH is mereH-sitiK : constitute free coinage oi silver months was scant. High wuid.s and , rapidly among Miildren In Boca A.s has been Hie ease in past Mil-(dntiing dust, Ireezmg temperatures ; county IxHHUse of tlie umiftually sever rehabilitation moves, the boo.Ht during January and February, and | vcre dust stcfnns of the past lew  in the dome Itic .silver price.s a us: Insufiitient moiHture have combined days." Welrii said "U<h tors report    a    r  preceded bv rtsing lendencle.s in do-I to almost rum the crop.    to me that several eases are criU-; Qpg q| Jhg WOFSt    EvCF  mestlc market.«    I’lesent mdications point to a . cal and tlie Mtnation is dally be-  Prexident Roosevel» in lits proda-( prodiu tlon of 7.872,fiOO bu*helH, com- coming wor.se, partli ularl.v among  US  year sentence here.  «■he.. pri.e» meluh-d the Buvern-j  nntlons    P""'  Suspended ‘ for Delaying Appeal  lec and without a word llrcd let into Mrs. Sage’s temple.  M. T. I Lone Wolf I Oonzaulla.s, former Texas ranger and now ta -cial investigator u. the district attorney's ofiite in Gregg county, said covui told him he had been »ryhig to pfrsuade Mrs. Sage to aedompany lilm to St. Louis but she had rciiw-ed.  s eating |    ralsirv    tlm    silver    price    gave,    pared    witJi    25.749.iHK)    busiieb    a year | infants "    .    ,    J  M of cof- „o «.xplanat.on lor the move. It; ago. 14,008,000 m 1933. and 2«,'293.-    The Pnriiic dust guiles ‘    ^    |  Cd a bul- WO.S. obviously, a move to give do- (KMl in ir32 "    limj    rtayn June^  mestic producers an lulvantage over Texas farm pasture condition on hard on Uvea.a-k  Recorded: Damage To Run High  Bv the A.s.sociaied fhes<  company, Oonzaullas rejiorUti Preliminary h» am g for Covin wa.s  ment estimate, published late  terdaj . that the nation s winu-r,    for    an    eastern  I    4Ja.(HK).-    !    guropean security pact, her attitude  000 bushels, which wa* considered    mde,K*ndenee    of Austria,  extremely bull tali.    ,    attitude    on    tiie    Memel    question,  Heporth of conunuing dust èiorms    .tytude,^ toward the re-    ,    .    ,  0Î Doomed Negro hi tlu* southwest wheai territory, a    sumption of membership In the    I    «et    for    this aftómoai    before    Justic*-  _    sharp upturn in foreign market;; al-, p^-ague of nations and the vital' of the Peace Carl Brute at Oltde-  so influenct tl prices here    1    problem of rearmament and dis- , water  A.s wheat prices mounu-d ..'«me annameni.    ”    *-«-•  proflt-takin« appeared and within    Mussolini and Mw: Ikmaid a.sked    |    X%VO    Vi Ollieil    Oil  the first httif hour, gboul a cent    th»» FYenrii to inform them at 5 p.    _  of the 3 1-2 cent rise had i>een m. today of the content« of the i llrOSClWHy 1 OllF .sloughed.    French memorandum which will be  Corn was up    much a* 1 1-8 .submitted to the league in supiwrt  cents, (»tK ft little le.s.^ than that and    -  rye about 1 1-4 cent.s.    Kee    STKE.S-A,    I'age    1«.    (    <»l. 4  Hlv^l'Iv# |iJ»li4 r t «*•    •*    9    '    It    A««».    *« «I * |.e ■    '    1    1    .    I    mg-i    It    f a*Ui' - .    -  foreign .sellers, but at the same time April I was rated at 61 compared Coloradn. a. it • igii <    •    Texas    wheemi    and    sputtered  and 78 6 the cattle mmani    through    m-rhap*    the    worst    dust  Botne re.'.ldf ort are di. t rung the  WH.S believetl u further step toward vvitli 64 a year u«o eventual fn >• comaKC oi silver. mne-year avei age.  Another result Wiis the ex|)ected, q-pj. average pen hundredweight btlmulation ol dome .tic comnuKlity' teccived by siotkmcu for their prices, one oi the principal object-  tlirough perhaps .storm i>f its iu-story today swirl-  iven of the Roo.sevelt odmnustro-tlon. Pre.sldent HiiOM vell reeeat-  Covm said they liad been keeping j primed mu Hiat prices are not  sufficiently high to balance the Hre blLVT.K, Page IV, t »I. I  LOS ANGELES, April 11—<UP» — Arthur McK>re, veU*ran deputy county clerk, today wa.s saspended for 30 days 0.S a result of routim* delay ' tiiat led to the "erroneous” hanging of Rush Gnffin, 20-year-old negro slayer.  County Clerk L. K Hampton said an investigation showed Mofe was re.sponslble for the delay li flihig an appeal with the supreme court, which would have .stayed Griifln eyecutiou.  Griffin, convicted of tin* slayniK of a young medical .student, wa* hanged at .San Quentin pri.son. although hi*, nttoriif-y had ‘ jncp&red the appeal.  Farmers Co-Op to Klect Directors  F^rst annual meeting oi tlie Fftrm-ers CooperGtivc s(x;ietv of Abilene will be hi'ld in th( districi courtroom at llic Tsiylor < ouniy court-hou.M oaturUuN morning at 10 o'clock, announced H. V Kin^, pmn-aaet  Purfxjse of tlie meeimg n-. to elect a board (■' director, and transact other such busuie.ss a.« may come before the group  A report of tlie past .season’s op-rrat.ion wd! b' made wtilch show'S a ver\ prolit '.bl. ,'i ii,«,un for the or-gunizBUoii, said Mr King.  In Auto Wreck  FATHERS OF CHILD DRIVERS KOT LIABLE FOR ACCIDENTS  Important Ruling Made by Texas Supreme Court: Justices In Many States Differ on the Question  ' AUBHN, April II.-ol'=- Tlie Texa« .supreme court has held that ; a father was not liable for an accident occurring while a son or daughter w.i,s tuking a pleft.Hure drive ill the family automobile Two of three ju.sDce of tlie foui't I of civil apjwal;, at Wa' O had ruled iliat C. L Tricf W’HS hable for injuries sultereii by M. Ij. Bridgewa-  tton. The court said 18 (>■• 30 states l^ad rejecied thè “family p:trpose df .Ulne," or thè doi lrine flint thè father Is llnble for tlv* negligence of anyouf dnvlng tlie faintl:. automo bile. Abom twrlve havi* adop'eu il, bui thè mo«.t. recent riif'U,ioi:    m  some of tlie‘.e tetiried t>> re.-,!fi 't or quaJlfy It, thè court • md  "There b no sound or luuu »i uu. -  A(|IHTA.M.4 kit I.DA I I II SOUTHAMFl’ON. April 11, -./I’e-I'hc 8. 8. Aquilama after being aground (n a nuidbaiik miu ♦“ yesterday, wax refloated at 5:10 p. m. today and headed up the »»oleni for the Southampton rio<k.____  nARLIBL.',, Ark April 11. UP*  -Mb* Rht t Minor llamlitoii and Mr.s. W Cm. Scott of El Pa„o, '1'exa.s, were eongr; lulatlng themselves today 01) iheir narrow eia'ap« In an automobile accident ye.spuda;,  The two women, traveling with the Broad '.a.y of Ameriea m"tor-cade, nam wly escaped dc.uii h*oni drowning -ahen, their HUtoniobiie wa.s crowo 'd off ’«le lughwuv and o.I'll urn I'd 111 M'veral feet of water.  Tliey we It' dragged irom the ovf'’'-luine<i imt hine by m«nib<'r- of the * »'i*|a molorci-.dt    '.....  Hee WHEM. I*a«e II. Col. 5  DRIVERS IJtW STEP NEARER  Señale Commiùee Report Brts. North Wind Pulls the  Favors House Bill  AUHTIN. Apri! IT 'UR' I'exax aqlomobile drivens were a su'p m ar-er a license requirement today.  pie .senate eonuniUee on higli-wavh  of llw .slate.  I Thick coatings of the .^iment i covered crops and' wheat growers i of the Panhandle feared the worst. Prayers went up for ram. There ’was none forecasi.  Wheat crop«, havr been almost ruined and an official e.stmtaU* of yield joi only 7A72.(kW buslicls. compareit to ltt*t year's 25.749,000 Indtcaied loss of miUbHw of dollars to growers Continued diurf. and drouth will cut into this «canty liroduction Chill winds churned dutt m Uut an over Amarillo throughout the night and the ha/.c remained at  ! See U F A Him. Page 1«. < ol. 3  DUST STORM ABATES HERE r  Temperature Down  A fiusi torm which «cttleii over Abilene Wednesduv and rea* hed tu  grcHte.si den If V m early morning > daybreak. B traveled to Wichita i^iour,s Thur.-.day when vLJbllity wa,-. yallt. and a 15-mile an hour wind   ___________ 'reduced to below on*-eigluii of a whipped the clouds over that city  and motor traffic la.'.t nmht j mile, wa.s clearing slowly early thi* a* automobile headlights lighted  Krldiiy, irtir «nd  Abli«-nf »nd f i-ijliler wtttj fr..M warnif'r  Wewt Tf«»' W-fci . ' MmiOi riirrnti«/! Kafr, rt.ldrr vn n'tfr«! wrid »i<utMea.-.' i ttonr trij»» Hi • ‘ rOi «nd rentrai i ^-rf l'iiiKhl. Krel»' '■’ri    y.»!/i-.rr tu .  IF.r; )df’  ► MKt I»-*««    I'MIOl    IltfftU  t«ir    ti-.l    If"    '  r j Wtt.rn    ...«.v...  .«» i aot'roved a llceiisc bill sent U) it by afteimxm  ■ HI ,    t.ri.ti,,    I  ni.rrfïw.*»* Hrid »*«r-  KMd.i . riur.  ri -rCS jtortii.i. rtiitr in nurtti  ter mid damage.^ to his automobile j i.s in law or rea.son on which lin-  in 0 coUkslon with the Trice car. Wilson T^ ice, 17, wa.s tdleged to have  Oplln and Denton Scouts WII! Meet  I S, uuiiimuig. pr-' .Kli lU the _ Ciu.sholm ITail coutieil. uo*. Ed I Hhumway .'■cout exf-cutne, will at- ^ at Jojril nicethig of new tioop;- ' at Oplln and l>enton tonight at tlie Opiin Kchool.  1 Parent- of scout; in b<>ih  . . -"iVt  att..r    ..drtis    Wh.h- Uirt    N"’’    ■*  .    .......    Í rccoMt ioi n ducc'd vkibUlty, du.-t |  1 fiough miiny, Uie chai g    py ^ brrk iionhwe.vUM mi -  tlcd in lion, e pit»babl.v ni kn»di i (iegrte than eurmg .UIV -ipHog dUKt  .orin ami imwie sleeping umom-totktblK for Abilene rcudent. I’he wind alf-o liurtlcfi the mercury j  uiV’thM «r'Ärt'y u.'t7..i    “,y.‘‘••f'T.'- ?■ ■'    '  , thi  i < hatiyi  ' aie not f.uch thd . Ui« V Will lie un-a«’eeplab',i U» th« iioUM*. R''l> Oil. Duiuniuti. authoi pn'du h-d, *  In eouiiiM; under nOfkMJ popula tiOli, ilf'eiise.s W'ou'id be JJ»<»u«'d by tlu tax a .V'.’’ Ov e.nd cífllccLor. In laryci one.'  the way In extremely poor visibility. s.ee IF.VAS 1)1 .VI, Page H. tol. 1  Angelo Dentist Is Arrested as Dakota Fugitive  blllty of a father for the negligent acLs of his .son widle, in pur.HUSinceoi been driving at the    itmr    The case j hlx own piu.sonal    emls    and    pleas-  eountv.    '    ures can be grounded '    the    court    ' munltle-,    have been    inviU    fi i/>    wU-  nf.s.s the    orfe.nii.’..*fi<»n    of    flu    Ufilln-  hee DKt ISION,    Page,    11, tol. 'i    I hWi cminty Iniois..  I orlglniiteri in F'all  Hiyli«' t trlljunal. of the \arams 1 it a tes have difiered on the ques-  could designale either the tax «‘f-ficer or A iiHirohnun to la.suc fliein Forfeit nre.s w<re rfxiointiiendrd Uixm eonv.ction of neghgi'h». liomt-caie m dnvtng f.uhue to .stop ;ind i-en(i« r aid after an Reruieni, tlirec Ol mftie violñílíju.s of tinff)! rul« other tlum parkin« reguiat-ioi!'-, iwo loiivictions of Migrava'* d ;i -saull w'ltli an automobile  Ftr.st revoer.Uon would be lui u Uie second for am>ther year; but th«- third revocation would be {wnnaneiif  Lh eji » fee wit.'. s«-f a' 2i* m > lor three >e,*ni.  from a tiigh of  76 dcgrers early ¡   -------!    Dr.    W  .’S toil 41. Pag. U, t o!. 7  House Approves  Pink Slip Bill  ANGHG, April il—fA>>— O iiroKv aha« Dr. R E Curti ; wa.s returned here last night \)\ federal authorific- frtan Brown-wood. where he wa.s arn'iUed Tuesday and hi; Ixmd set at $2.500 by United 8tate,v omunisAionar Je.sa# Cotirii. H' rruionded to jail Cir«v.' who has bteu « jwiM-ucinf di’iul^t here for the post year, wo»  w'V.'-.iUNt. lt)N, April 11. '.T  Legi.slidiiou to ban publicity of in ,    ___  come Tax return.s neared euanmer.t | ^re.st^l ^ a    ®  when the hoasc adopU’d the Pahs, 8 D. on a federal    J    -  m-reement on the "pfuk . indictment chargum tmper^aUon .lip' mil riiid s.-nl ft to I|)C sen-: of a fedrr.n oi{i.'er. Fie U ah*.>«t  lod&v cotiff’rcor  I -Ita.  j 42 years ol»i   

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