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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 12, 1935, Abilene, Texas                                 Wift ^Wlcne Bail? 3i^portcr  “WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES, WE SKETCH YOUR WUHLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES”—Byron  A  VOL. LIV. Full Lsased Wires of Associated Press (W) United Press (UP1 ABILENE. TEXAS. FRIDAY. APRIL 12. 1935— FOURTEEN PAGES (Evening Edition ot The Abilene Morning News) NUMBER 158  Harry Hines To Succeed W. R. Ely  Dun & Bradstreet See Sharp Business Upturn  ’UNFDFNCP N'Reimng A/fer Eight Years, Eiy illClllTIl FULLS 1 Students Here_  Takes Woman’s Corpse on Weird Ride  Str\r Macaluso lIHt» 32-year-old bank employe, was held for investigation at New Orleans after telling i>olice he had carried the body of Mrs. Grace Gonzales. 21, (rightI In the back of hi*« car for two days. He said Mrs. Gonzales killed herself. Macaluso Is charged with embezzling funds from the bank. (Associated Press Photos).  Retiring After Eight Years, Ely Pays Tribute To His Colleagues |)||H  Retirmg irotn the Texas highway ! commission after a longer contlnu-oun perkxi tlian any other man ever served—eight    years and three  months—W. R. Ely. Abilenian, a.s-serled his appreciation to the peo-  Stimulus To Dispel Im - department.  Judge Ely .smilingly shook hands  a  AD BOA  T0 Enroll 300,000 New Men In CCC  i  newly appointed comml.s.sk>ner. is a! enough time—eight year; and three successful biLsine.sii man Of Wichita months—to the public service ai a Palls, a man of high character and . membi*r ot the c«mmi.vsion. 1 have proven ability, I rungratulatf him enjoyed the work and my a.H:a>clH-on his optKiitunity to be of .sub- tlon with my colleagues 1ms been  .stantial service    to the .state in thi.s    extremely pleasant. I doubt If the    ,    *ii    j  ^ivp    Rillinn    Hnllar    Wnrkq    pie    of    Texas'for    their    cooperation i time of Mie.sh.    As a member of the    state has ever had im organiza lion CnO ICG Ol GOVemOP Allred  uimuii    uunai    wwuiiVD    i commi.*ssion he    will have the opix>r-;    of more loyal and effieient men and I  Fund Givp^ N ppHpH:earnesttrlÍ3Utetohl.scoUeague.s    and Itunltyto participate intne expendí-¡women than thosr who make up j  the far-di.stributed per.wnnel of the ture of approximately 70 million.^ of • ♦•■''' rw.rv.,nnci ot the hitihwav de- .  dollars <50 millions federal and 20 mtllionr state funds» during the next year, and much can be accomplished toward completion of a connected .sy.stem of hlghwa>.s and at the ome time afford .sub.stantlal relief to thtmsand.s of People needing employmtnt.  ”T have felt that I have given  patience of Some  tH U  Move Is One of First Phases Of Huge Work-Relicf Program  W’ASHINGTON. April 12—»Ti-Enrollment of the 300.000 new men for the civilian conservation corps within 60 day.s wa.s proniLsed today  Tr^m    Into    AutO    ^>’    peclmer.    CCC    director.  If din urdbllCS imu    ^    conference    with    President  Loaded With High  School Students  Roosevelt on thl.s pha.se of the $4.-000.000.000 work-relief ■ rogram.  Pechner went over wah President Roosevelt his recommendation.; for 1.500 new camp.s in the 43 .state-;. Early presidential approval of the plan Is in prospect.  The war department would build  NEW YORK. April 12. (AP) —The sharpest business rise in 25 years was forecast for the immediate future in the weekly business review by Dun and Bradstre«et today.  “More convincing proof has come forward that th*; passing of March left behind the lows for the year,” the review said.  Sentimriil ( hanges  •‘DuHng the week there ws* .'i romplete tran.sforma.tlon of .sentiment a.s the hope« for a rather far-removed improvement were replaced by a realization that the immediate future is to bring the «harpe.st rise that has been wuneRs-, ed in buslner.i In the past quarter ' of a centuiw ,”  The review added that the ri.se “will be fortified adequately to prevent interrupting me ,ion.* whlrh followed the .spurts of the laU two  with a departing delegation from Wlntcr.s. pu.shed a.slde a cluttering of law papers, and gave the following statement touchhig on the appointment of his sucres.sor. Harry-Hines;  ‘T ttndersiand Mr, Hine.s, the  the personnel ol the highway de partmcnt. and I earne.stly hoia* that the.se capable emplove.s will be c<»n-tlnued in their pip.seht po.sltlom; For their unfailing devotion to me they have my profound and grateful thank.s,  "T am grnteftil also to the people  Pledges Self To Close Gaps: Business And Civic Leader  Students Here Ignore Strike  Call for a nation wide atodent strike agjiinsl participation In war was unheeded today by the three \bll«-ne college».  President J. 1». Sandefer at ilardlii - Simmons university, Preslrienl C|. Smith at Mc-Hurry college and Vice-President lioii Morris at .thileiit rUrbtian eollege refwrted that there were I to c.*tmpus demonittrplfhm and (hat the question has been raised here.  hardly  See 41.4, Page II. ( ol. 3  A)  ROCKVILLE. Md.. April 12—  Ghft&tly rcnuiant.s of wholesale  trauredv. the mangled bodies of 14            _  hi;?! .s. hool sto{)cni.s who met de«nh 1 the r#mt>s and J-echm*r txpres.sed j.vmpti stlmulax needed to dispel the  years ••  It continued Poiential benclii.s of the five billion dollars appropriated by the government have pro-  whet, 'ÍÍ.Í1    irai-'i    trufcueo    their  auto bus iste lR;4 lîlght, IftV in an unprov'uvcd morgue in a quiet fun--  Hie belief U will be txxs.Mble to complete the job and enroll the 300.-000 new men within a two months  era'l home here today while anguish- i period. The work law authorizes a ed pB,reni.s went about the ta.sk of , CCC eorps 600,000 strong, identlfvlng thi'm.  1.3 others Hurl  I iiieeu other otcupanUs of the bu.s, irK’ludtns the driver and the teacher ‘n rharge, were .suffering from various injuries and .shock but with the exception of two .students in a haspltAl at W.ashtngton. all were able to go tu iheir homes at Wil-Uam.sport. Md  One of the laiicr—Mtirgiiret Crebs  Impatience which had appeared in some blanche* becau.se of the let-' down in busings« toward the close : on the first quarter.  “All of the report.s received were ^ more deci.sive than at any time this year In the confident attitude taken I regarding a more even tempo of ! progre.s.s from now on.  :    “Encouragement    also    wa.    provid-  I ed by the fact that, in spite of rain,  Mr iBoospveJt. in pushing forward the li4,CK>0.0(K).000 program was represented U.S relying on the CCC a.s one of the ftr.st point* ol action. It wa.s believed the corps will permit absorption of .some of the college graduates coming out of school this  June who micht be unable    to find i    cold, snowfall, and recurrent dust-  work otherwi.se.    storms, con.sumer demand was suf-  The president also had    on hi.s    ficiently strong to carry retail dl.s-  _    „    calling list today Rexford G. Tug- tribution    to a    larger    total    than    for  —was repoi^ to be suffering from ; well, under-secretaxy of agriculture    preceding.”  internal Injunes and the extent of, who is expected to take a part in | wholesaler.«    were rushed    with.re-  her hurts    was not definiw*ly    known,    the work relief effort.    orders, the review .said, and many  The    other,    Jane    Staley,    who    sus- Moving deliberately, the pre.sident    retailers lost .sale.*- becau.se of delay.s  tained a broken arm. w-a; said to be . had with him during the work re-out of danger    liaf conferences Daniel Bell, acting  News of the crash struck with i director of the budget, for advice on rhilUiik horror here. Appalled by the ! allocating fund*.  Meanwhile, relief administrauon figures showed that 6 jver cent of  CALF SHOW AT SWEETWATER  Twenty Animals Shown In 3rd Annual Competition  SWEETW.ATER. April 12 -Nolan county’s third annual boys' calf show was tinder way here ttxlay under sponsorship of the Sweetwater board of riiy development Harry Win.ston of Snyder, president of the Texas Hereford Breeders as.wiation, was on hand to do the judging Quality of the calves on dt.vplay was declared unusually good, nearly up to the standard of (lie big shows.  Twelve of the calves were being exhibited by the vocational iotusn ■*] Ditrtdi school, whlrh alscr br^ \ pci. of sheep on cUsplay. Entiie. alpo w-eie made by J. I, TAirner. Sweetwater. la.st year’s winner, and Harry Bennett, Aweetwater. winner in 1933 Both bovs were awarded trips to the Chicago Inte» national show for their winnings.  Today’.s winning calf will tx- M.id t(j the liighe.'i bidder A bid of 25 cents per pound was entered early by a local cafe.  Tri-Powers A greed On League Program  WAR PROTEST BY STUDENTS  Observance Of Strike Call Quiet In Southwest  Confirm State  Planning Board  France. Under Pressure, To Tone Down Condemnation of Germany  ((„iurlghi 0*85. H>    Cr,-*»*  ST RES A. April 12 An agreement among th* representatives of Frc.m r Great Brit a in, and Italy as to the program they shall follow i»i next week s l,eag»ie of Nations’ Council session at Geneva was reached today, Pierre I-aval, iortngn mmisusi of Prance, informed Tlie A.s.soru.h*d Pres*  Premier Mi*f N<*liiil oT Ytal.v -- ;d Prime Minister ihinisay M.icDon-ald oi Great Bril -in were r*>present-ed being in eoniplete agreement wiLli La'.al on llu pioctidurp of action to b«> taki'u at llu* eouueil, w hich WHS called into .m ssion on ; reprew'utaUon.s by PYituc»’ that Ger menv bv rearmament, Imd violated I the milUHry clauses of the Versall-■ les treaty.  Prevlou,s to the announced agree  Seymour Man Socked In Eye; Eastus Mum  AUSTIN. April 12. (AP)—  Governor James V. Allred today appointed Harry Hines,  Wichita Falls oil operator and church leader, to succeed W.  R Ely of Abilene, on the Texan hiii'hway coniniission Hines will serve as chairman.  Member Fight Year««  I*ny ha* l>pcn a member of the | CHICAGO, April 12.-h^> A free  commi.s.don for more than « ight j f®*" fight, with .’itirka, atones, egf» V,-«!'- «nd m»l.v porM.n,. tiryr,! tlwl ,  he i>e rcHpiMinted His term ex- . broke out on the University of Chl-pired Fcbruan- 15 but he will re-'rampux h*d»v when a group main in office until hU succesosr Ls of 500 studen’s attempted to stop a .    i    parade after an anti-war meeting  con.irmed bv the senate    *  I (hie,, 43. wa.s the only pre.sident '    __  of the late roiivetition of the Chn.stti'-ii fiuirch to .sueceed himself in    offire He is a menii'»er of ;  ihe fhiir( I’’*- national boerfj of eon- I trol, a director ol Jarvl.s * oUege and j  rneiul--“!' of the Uni!*'*! Btates rommJtt»>e of twelve for the world coMV«*nt I oil to Ix* held In England Hines succeeded Goventor Allred a,s the teccher in Wichita i^ill«. of one ol tlie largest Sunday school clttsse« in Texa*  One member of the highway roni-t   __mlfeslon    if    HPiKtinted    every two  F,a.Htu.s. in Fort Worth, deehned to'years, and each .succeeding governor  b permitted to name th»' chttirman. John Wo<Kl is the retiring chairman of the three-mcmlxT board  "I con.sider the apponitmrm by the Koveruof a-s ,» »all to .service,” Hlne* iwtid, “It will i>e a pleasure In have a part in th»' work of iur-Ihci pfrlcctliig inie «*f the finest  WICHITA FALLS. April 12 -»UP» H. T .tackson. City clerk oi 8«*yinour, toduy ** tu nursing a black ¡eye which. t»e a.ss€?rtcd. wa.s the handiwork of U. B. district sttor-ijey UiSths E«e.tua  di.scus.^ the matter, .saying i don’t know what hek talking ¿bout. Ld him do all the t«Iking. 1 have nothing to say." H>* would neither admit, nor deny that h»* had »uigaged in a flM fight with Ja*ksnn during Mie re»'»*nt, ses-,lon ot fiHieral »'oiirt h»*rc  Jack.son ' <»d ihe encounter cnd»’d    .,yst«in of hh'hwuy> in    this    nation,  wltii H hlrigle blow and he made ntî    i pb-dg«* my be.si    eri«>rts to    the Job  attempt to utaUate agHiiist his op-    of continuing to    c*o.se    one    by one  jioncnt. He relUM'd to di.scusH de-    the gups in our    hlghwav».  By United Pres.*-  A .student “»»like“ egnlnat war drew many thoti.sand.s ot «tidenia from their ctnss^. Tor one hour today, with ynnthftil leaders eatimat-ing a prtrtkipaiUtn of LAO 000 tn demon.stration thrnoghowt the nation  While the strike tall wiu i.saticti on a nationsl .xrale moei of the pb-.servance was confined to large eaat-em collfge,x. FJsewher»» if any d«*munsti%tlons viere held Ihiy were very quiet  About 1.000 attideni at the Um-veraitv »»f 'TTxa* milled around for an hour Texa* Tech .student* if* nomi ttw* »-all. Dr Bradford Knapp of Tech summed up the aentimeht with: "Of course w* all are againxt war, but striking won’t atop it. It'.v rldlrulou;..“  A cold, driz/hng ram in the New A’orl: are;« and ot!»er eastern sections forced iiuiny of tlie demon-.St rations indoor;, but the first   ------- -    ,    ■    .    ,    -    .    J    *    groups to walk out ai 11 a. in. re-  meni, iYanc«* had «Kr»‘t*d to refrain tails o! thè me» img but irieiids «aid , th»* replticlng of w»>rn out roads and j    )„.,4yy    aU»'ndun»    e  from a.sking the couiudl to cond»'mn tfermaiiy, in return for h Brillah   ---------blefi.smg on tlic FYench idea of re-  AU8TIN. April 12.—-( P/ Th'- .''cn- j gional European pacts within the  ate today confirmed all of Gover- framework oi the league.  tragic end of the children« trip, fear-strlckcn parenus trembled j through the hours a.s the death list | gradually took form.    !  Tlie Ibt ol de.id. tis givtm out liere i bv Mayor Richard Hawkins, follows, j Margaret Ev.i Zimmerman. Paul | McElrnj Carl Bnndlc, Norri.s DOWU.V. Jr , Pearl Emerson. Virginia Mver*.. LcRov Ki'ndall. Claude Myers. B«*rihii Castle. Elva Har.sh. M. r f'"ii“    Phoeb»'    Kellev  fc5i' Wim‘'»-.N jMum.s piurif llrlver Not Injured Pen v Liuf, driver of the tnick.' and M!s.s Loui.s»- Punk, teacher ac-(ycomnairting th«- children, were not' in tured.  Line, is held !u rc in default of tl.OOO bond e-n a charge of mun-xlauehter pcndinc an tnque.st which ; ha.s been '-ct tor Tue d;t>    |  E 'tlv uiK cri;tiut\ <ner tlic name . | of Iho*»' who iMTUlicd and tlujsc Who .survncd in the iu rideiU atJoor-entlv resulted trom a d» sire of Mu Punk to break the news gently to the bereaved partnt...  ITirectlv after the crash Mi.s.s Punk tPlepl’oned from Rorkvlil«- to Dr. I. i M Zimmerman who.e daughter wa.s amon;.; thn:4‘ killec,. that there had been a 'Ik»cl accident ’ and his  be* Bi b VUfFt K. Page 14 (ol. 6  W. M» Jones Deed Case Is Reversed  Jurignicm in the ca.m of H Ft Jon» v Susie Helen Kate Jones ill w hl» h annulinen; of the marriage of the piulntiff:    ftther W. M.  .Ion»*' to tin ■ ' lei'dai'l and »'Hn-cellHtii'U of cci'd, t r-i n.slci rinr clt\ propcrt'. tl. i'i wer»' uuten'd, has bweii re* “r "I 'u 'h*' IBh fourl of appeal, at F * tiind cUd the cas»* i-emanded foi 'I 't in diMrirt court, here  H V, j,)j ■ . .1 ,» '..Ui.rdian ol hi.s tat her w lio had been adjudged of un.sound inuKi Mrs Jom- wa.s awurded i*l.')0 wiiich. the jur; found, she had nnc.sted in u Wal-mit .dreci home .miied by W M J»>iie. 'ill*' 'diet llatloii of deed.s involved M*veral lots owned by the elder Jone«  .Appeal wai made by dcfen*« attorney*,  incident to the ru.sh “General Industrs* continue« at the year'.« peak, with the gain being extended in the output of the products for national consumption.’’ *’u*o,  all farm owners and 16 per cent of I It reported.  tenants and share cronpcr.*. were on relief last October. Tlie proportion of tenants on relief was a.s hiph as 63 per cent in the spring wheat counties.  About one-third of the farmers on relief were owners and two-third W'Cre tenant« and crooners  Selcnec Hears of Artffiefal Fever Tuberculosis Cure  DllUfin. April 12,—lAI*( — An artlfb lal fever cure for tub creiilotib, wiiich ha* succeinled on .3« IMT rent of the monkeys and other animals given the new treatment, «a*» descriiMxl today at the meelimt of tl»e federation of .Vraerlean societlex of experimental bkilofy.  Indu-striefc in most part,« ot the country now are advancing at th*-most orderly pace tn the last two months, a.s all of the strlke.s have been settled and threat* of walkouts liave been di.ssipated *'  Dollar a Bushel  Wheat Returns  nor James V. Allrcri .s appomtrnents to the state planning board  They were* Hull Youn«bI'*'*d of ^ San Antonio. W. M MaN,sie ».; Fort Worth and Wilbur Hawk o| Aina-so-culled “inde|>end»*ni ap-; liotntment.s; and Wallace Fteilly ot j Dala«. executive {«creiitry of the Texa.s Stall* Federiitioii of L..bor. to represent labor. R.C Hoppim. *f Lufiboek. to represent agncuUur* ; and Ernest I.. Kiirth of Lufkin a lumberman, to represent re-fon- ta-tlon.  Other memlxT.s oi the ht»itrU are ; the swret irv' of staU.*, chairman of j the board of water cngine»Ts. and the state highway engineer.    ■  Dr H. H. Blankenmevi'r of Amn-5a.-. PH.S.S, .'tappoliited to the Ixxird of medical f ..uinlner.«,  J, H. Lanpl.»en of Galve.sion Pcu*r M. Gcnglcr of Galveston, E’ V Rhodes of i Hxa.H City. A. W, Pur»Jy of Galvchton and Robert I Cohcu. Jr.. of Galveston to be commi >.on-at Galveston an»i Tex-  \lrcadv Drafted FYaiice alriady had prepared a re.soluiion of < »>1 demnHtton of Germany s rt’amiain* lit as in violation of the inllitHr\ dan.M's of the Ver-.>:»inc« treaty, and thl.s was to h»; .submitted (o the extriiordinary  tlM* trouble start»*<1 when Jar k.son re-miiik<;d. as a narcotic addict pas.M*d him in a conidor “tlicre go«‘s one ol tliose addict*: ’ The man to whom he ri'fcrred run into the distrlft ultorn»*.v's otiice ivnd u moment lat-•*r Jackson friends said. Fastic hurn»*<i out. nemutidlng oi Juck.-oty.  “Wiiut do you mean, trying to intimu'aie « giivernmeiit wiiucs ?' and puiictuuting his query with a  th** crciiUon  w...         ,    ^  and mutnlcnanre of *    ,  Nee HIM N, Page 11. Loi. 3    ,  Big Power Line Tower Blown Up  council .*,e.*5,Mon at G»*ucva next week. ■    eye.  But Premier Piette-Etleime Flan-din of Franc*' and his foreign minister. Pierre l. ivi-l. during the «*c-ond dav ol tticir copicr»*ncps with  Prison Probe to Begin on Monday  WHEAT BELT COUNTS LOSSES  CHICAGO. April 12—'J**~Wheat sold for a dollar a bu*hel on the b(M,rd of trade loda.v for the first time .since January 11  A sharp upward ."spurt of the market shortly before the closing hell carried May wheal to iti»* dollar mark while July and septeinb**r gfs of pilot contracG came within irtu'tions of t as City that figure. Tl.c volume of trade    —  expanded greatlv in the final up-    ji    vi    IWN    Dll    n  LOS AN»:iELES. April 12.-1'-= I Fireman Jim F'lynn. 55, one-time ! great heavyweight boxer of Pueblo, Colo., died today at the cliv  ward sweep of the markei  I JOS  pital fro'ti a w* uk heart  DUE TO SPRING DUST STORMS ^eaSiiet  Texas Panhandle Among Hardest Hit Areas: Cold And Drouth Conditions Also Are Involved  Bj I»,«.    I    frm»  Crop damage estiniate.s exceeding $30,000.000 a ,'»»*ri«>usly Htfect'nl ar»*H of more that» !5,fKKiiHK) ai*rc* unri relief rmi.s carrvnig veil alK>v*  20.000 fuiuilies were figure* whl* ‘  «w’lrled with the du;u out of tn»* wc.l and .southwc. t toda v Each flgm»‘ reprc.sentcd oniv a .M’grncnt of the picture Tlu* mhcr parts could be supplied eilluT vaguely or not at all Drouth and cold I18.UOO.000 '-ihd 120 000.000,  of the Tex?.. Panhandle a small; part of the jvouth’w«'Stern N»*brask:i. also i.s in th»- terrltorv but tlje fig-  I  urc.s do not up ph. i»* it  L.»r$e|y tVh- il The crop ci.iiiiuges largmy cuiiccrn-cd wheat. Tn the Texa.s PHiihaiKUi-. Walter Barlow , Amarillo gram el« -vator operatfJ f»ald a con.'crvativ»* ■ estimate of losses ranged bftween  AtHlen»    HSitì    vi-ir.itv Fmr; prorini    ly ;  fr.tfi    t(ini*ti» .    SmurrtMy    fair nnrt »•!'> -i    i  W«»l T«x*»b <Vf»t '■t H*f»ni nitT,’fl -ie Fair,    no» .«'>    rold in    nortfiv.»-»'»    i"    -*:nn    |  fro*t    in rrtrìti porli .ii    »fmiffit    |  fair,    warmer    In n.iftti    and rBiit    |  Ka*t Taxa« - Ka»f of IO»J»»> nirreliiir.  Kair, .-onieiMia» roldf* *n vmsi [.oriii.ii ^*•(>1 »»»»t .*<jaiii    luitimMy fr<>»» *!'  unii intrri.jr •>•»*    »onitt*'    •-'.»'’ir  da'. fH'i, variiii*.- m    Htiii O'    c"''  as well a-, d<ust were involved The ftgur* pertained to the brewing zone of the re»*urring dltst storm:    Wc ter and V,» l Central  Kanjan, Homtu’fut»rn f*oloraU«i, nil of the Oklahoma Panhandle ih. .sotitheii.siprn corner of Wyoming, the norfhetisrern corner of New Mexico and the northern two-thirds  In Kansu, the dlfferenc* in value of last * ear .s crop in the du ridden part . and ih» esiimated nine for till 'far exee»*<l $.t,iHHjfHX» Figure,, relea*»»! b*. F K Reed, federal igricuHural .tuti.sf-ciau, placed the value of winter wheal las'  Sm 4 H(»l* LOhtSIh, l agr II, < «» 4  Ir.  !' M-  I ii,!."  4 in  rn  »» i:.*  ¡ i)n  CLEAR  flry Oirr-ji .h.-Ih W r* tSrrnvjni«»#«' R#l»uvt hiiiTildity  See S I RI SA, Fag«* 14, < ol. 4  Mrs. Sewell Files Suit Against Mate  LOS ANGF'LKS April 12    .J'.    —  The “wifp-sv..»nping ’ Kmer.son-Sow'-ell farnlUe.« u»l<t‘d another » tmpter 1« their : eii .iiiioni*! ca.se tfxiiiv when Mr.s. Clamp)It 8*w»*U fil»*»t « ««‘parate niHintenatu'* .uit ageu* i Burton F 8.-w“ll. ‘iier millioiiulre yachting Im hariti  She nan I': u < oiT* .p/oi.c nl .Mf Jane Shalt/ Emerson soeiiith. pr»>m-inent, whf> t< tin.-d during tier own recent dlvon e trial that h'- tr..ftf*d husbands wuti Mr*, Sc'ei'l at a cabin part'  Mrs 8ew«'ll, wtio « fi.ug»-»! h-wei. and Mr.« Efmr.'on with ha\u .    *•  eral uncoineniu»» al meeting in h' * suit today. d* ni*‘d at the re< «-nt trl.i: thiie wms .mythins lmprop«r in her relations with Mrs. Em<*r.»on « hu.sband. W'ulter W Emerson, mo-; tlon picture w riter who brouglit- '  , original suit for «ìivor» »*  I Air Conditioning To Cost Railroad Lines $19,000.000  rillCAl .O April 12    - 4 Wt t ■  * rn rallnufis un 'ja-iidmg «Iìmkx» ■ <»«»0 to seal Iheir trani.s agaln.t tluM . tonn.s and : umnu-r ijeai  Harrv G I’ayior rhuirniuii oi th»; Wi-slern ass'M mtion of rallwav «-vc-( UtiV«‘S aiiMouu< < (l tixiiiv IhuL Ihrougli till.-, « xpcntinui*' iruin- »ar-rving more man 7.5 p'r » »'ni of fh*-western hit' p:i.. engers will huv<* tw en uif «'»infUt ii>ned hv Mav L5 Flfii H-'v of (he iK-w , v;,i»‘iii ha<i l>ecu c(‘n<-Iu..!v»*ly di'tnoiistrni4*fl, h*; addl'd, wh«*n recent traveller,*• on an conduionr'rt »ar.** cam*' unMilllcii fhrougii floud*>. ot ult rolling over the great piuin.**  AUSTIN. April 12    A    .spe< ial  < ommittoe of the Ti xu.« Iu»um‘ plaii-n«*d to b'glti its investigation Mon-  ii;»y inif» riiaryes ol »>iin.ulitv to  convic ts on Helrleve pri.son iarm.  The committee will go to Hou.s-ton Sunday aiul will start hearings at the R«‘trieve farm behind <i<iMd door; TNvo or thr«*e day.s will h«-.•,|K‘ii( interrogating eonvicUs with uddilionul hearings in Au.sUn if necessar*.  V4. 4 I nitty Killed FORi'WOR TH. April 12 *T-An «■uiiy morning cnuli jiroved tatul todav to W. E Crollv Jr . 28, local K imLs \inr and lrau*rmiy man. an»i brouglii 'I'Hriiini county .s 1935 traffic total to 25.  f’LKVKLAND. April 12 -< 4s An ' appurcnt att'*mpt to »ILsrupi th» light utid jaiwiT .Service of i*’“ an'ul-er Clevelaiul ar»*a by dynHinitlng a huge st»*el t».w«r currvmg 132.f>«H)-voll traiLsriiission Ün*s, was dts-closed by olni ials of llu* Clcuiund ; Elciini* Illuimimtmg C»», todu«  The explOMVp toppled »*ver Ui»-towi-r, locaii*! neur llu Kidgcvili»'-lAiiHln in LoiHin «i»imf\ la*t nlglii. huf ftilli'd to tiali ilci'tnca! .scivj e  iif HiiiiitiiitIii' .«¡»’tv    »!»•-  viciss    '  Fiineral 1% Hcicl For Adolph Ochs  N’l-.W VOdK. April 12  T lwo  miiiun ol ■ ili nc«* fin tlu wim» and -.iilon u' all Hcuvilu »*f tiic A.s-ix i.iteU prc. - luroufliou! ihc w«»rld (tidend for 10 JU a in. tiKlay, ihe tiuur ot the funi-rul ol Adolph Gl li,s. publisoci ol th» New York Times and oii» of th«* organlzer.s of II)«' A.s.s<X'lat» »i Press  BULK OF WORKS BILLIONS TO GO TO NATION’S MAJOR GITIES  More Than Half of Unemployed Are In the Metropolitan Centers: Projects to Meet Local Needs  WABHfN(i’IT»N April 12 - rtR*» e;.»' nati»»»! maior »•itii'.s will le-c»*ive Die hulk of I fie $4 88(HMH» ÍKK» work relief tun»! lugli adiiuiuuh-ii»>n oificiiil . indicai»'»! lodtt'  ■Mur» I hull half tl»»* 20,5fW.0UU on n lM't rolls are * n^vded tnio melio-iwhtan centers Pre.sident Rfxe-e-vrlt announced n*-emploviiieiit project.', would be fiiUitired to me» I i<x*nl ne»'d*  “A gr» at »!»*ai fi' Hie nioi»« v is K'ltny to big citi»*., Relief Admin* l.slrat».ir Hurr I Hrqikni* said ■ Right no** half Hi** dir»«'» reii»*f »'vfg'ntiirure of F'l'PA i i>«*liig .jieid tn eight indusliini .slat«’« “ Hopkins pouiU’d »Mit that while »■oiiRf»' . «'arniark*'d a mai»)r por-I HOD ol ftie ujHiropriaHon (oi rural  proieet.*', 1! gav** Hi<* pie,ddeni a $«7«} UOfi fkk)    (il -t»»‘nfhng liw  ii'ifii»''  Hill<(,ui*d HO.I, pr»U»fl .suetl H.s ii'ltiil.)ilnHtH»i re» lama Ut-n and n • rigation « oukl 1>* euna)i»*d Ir- exe-l'uli.<• »»rder, he l’iut a«iiUti«mal fuiuT allou*d to activitieì. Hmt could i«'-einpioy im >('v ì Uv dweller.s.  B» li»'f (hai Mi R»>o . vrl» might he «'Oli ulcrlng Mieti a move guin»-.1 cr.'cien»'' Maviij" Flonllo 1( La-1 Guardia of N«‘w V»»rk ;»n»i u,ur-.sen'aU e* of 12 oHier »'Uie ald Htir» .1 conferetici' w (th » h»' c-iH'U 11 r  ■'‘Ih» geoeraJ proy'iam u.i.s takcn Up MUd wp hud a ver*. . aH.sixctory  i ve«- HI I II i, l’a*e M. ini. l  Police guarda were provided for many of the ma*-,*- nieeiing-. where there w«*re threats of violence by mtlttant opjxnient?» of the pacifist  .strlk»r.s  At Columbia unn« r.sity. New York. l»'(«t|er.s faced «n esiimHted 4,000 siudents At CUV college of New V«>rk Hi* merm.g wa adjourned from a staduun to a hall beating onlv 1 Ih") Ncv* York unlver.sity hr d 1 ,auO (lemu. i.. • *r New York i'«»lle and lu.ol ..ivu'eiu. partici-p-ttni'e, in (!•• < '11. ml ruuiim; were p.sHm“ted St «•)<..» to s0.«t«>0  Vw.v; r »’Oil»'"- lor hIfT attended  !*>t*e M KiKL. PMil II l ui 3  Pliiiiitilf Wins  Incoiiic Tax Case  Federai Ju« g** William H Alwei! ruled foi the plaintiff in the case of I4»>.s< »»« Snyder A: Pacific railroad »•onipan' suing to recover $1 400 in iticom» itiXf.s paid during the sear 1930. Tlie (ii'fcndant wa.s the U. 8 tax «■ommls.slfuicr  The casi* w as lieai'tl Ha.s niorulng m fcdi'ral couH Next on the docket wit.^ an equuy case. John Miller el al v,s U 8. Hovernment. ;g'hedul-ed to be con.sidered when »«»urt reconvened at r; p in  Aflonwy.s lor Hi«' railroad com-(Jany were Grtshain &. King, Abilene. wlule th*' iiovcmnu iii wax rep-re.semcd by I 'l <nk Potter  Three Named as Regents of A.&M.  AUSTIN. Tex . April 12-*4‘' --Governor James V Allred rodaf named F M l^iw of H«m*Lon. Wal-ter iMcy »f Wa4'0 and Joe Utay of Dalia« to itu* bo*r«.l of direct»«'« »»f A. A M Coilcfc Ijfcw and ÌJàt'i were r»‘*pfKHnt€d, Utay is a former pre.sideiiL «»f ihe A A M e.x-.studeni.s „.sMT»'iation.  Rangers In Corpus I Probe Are Silent  C* diPUS CHRÌ8 Tl .4prti 12 -  ' ! .,Tcxa.s rangru* kept Hmr actlv-Uie.> »ecrrt a.« Hiev prr.-'M*d tlieir in-\e,ti)iurion of c’u.ttg*- *’i uraguUr-tu» - ui la*.i we*’k lU'. citc'.toii  Vt.’«* ha\« n<* -ta'»’!iicn* t»' make ■* ZcuoSmlth, one of tlie Hiree rangers detailed here for ih» ’ *h -»¿'ic. The otiiera were Al Allee and C. W. Wil-Iiamatm.   

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