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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 22, 1935, Abilene, Texas                                 Wi)t Abilene Bail? Reporter  “WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES. WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES”—Byron  VOL LiV. Full Leasea Wires o( Associated Press (W) United Press (UP) ABILENE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. MAY 22. 1935- FOURTEEN PAGES (EvenIno Edition of The Abilgne Morning News) NUMBER 185  HOUSEOVERRIDES BONUS VETO  First Biliion For Works Is Appi  Jail Terms Given In Garza Liquoi  Reporter Jailed for Keeping Mum  aiHriin    newspaper reporter, «»hown here ».s he was led to  l ombs priMHi. Nen Vork I ity, is the central figure In a test case that will be fought to high courts to determine a rcporer’s right to refuse disclosuit- of his sources of Information, He was given 30 days in jail and fined $250 for refusing to answer grand Jury questions nil a series he wrote on vice conditions.  m s  J. E. Hickman  1  1  SEI THims  Brazos Covers Huge Area A round Bryan  EiiH e  GISES UP  CT  Two Thousand Persons Forced To Leave Lowland Homes  Supreme Court Reverses 50 Year Term Given In Garra Slaying  s. n!!N M«*'    **    ITr louf’-  I'    a|»|ir«is tiad«;. afiume»!  arm' te; '.r-    •* ***<rs-ied Hugh %te-  «    *'    «lt    d    Ben    BoyO  j Vt  Is  Ur'  Ir  t Vi i » *iScg ol f alaii ;  ^«Til    . Utxrm  i;    'î-vjf.t    «'!    Livilgtili) Í  I/' i.«v |ÄtMe > Urr iHrtnJUiii . ■    •, ,    «everMU u:  r’    Braig*-* irf  ' r .■'.•»•U. -Utî ,..•*> Uoti  fíí on • Siigitwm) Ksit , iiium  4«    » ov tt:!-T- '    ’»i  ^    ■    StV ' I    «  »V üie AeMhialed Prí-M  Re»idrí;li. of uie    Brarts  r’srr i*Ue> we«*- jjrrjirtied iiida\ for .uf’tier (îr^lr ; '.1    jrrjtu tt^e    ug  a» u'.iic-r íaise Íeaa¿ : .r?44if^l if- t;ieir ro .tse'  ÎI. '.irf    »tioui Brs»)>    ■?-  000 iwîMn.r    negroer    i vi  g-w .iul ai *1 fgrn.  er» anü iiUjder^ uef‘f>uMv j;* :  Uie tarf rire  Ail rsii!,,«:«-,» ÎUIKX- ». ir-, oí ! •> i  •«»lí    ií-ilJ!*'’'leli    (yflfjf,    ;    -    ,  Cí ínr*i ■ tni r    i    ‘ ai»uk! be    •:  ed Ui attd (u *;,(• r«l raiUrf  Meaiiaiiile o-o«-* «oti, «ri.;    '  »*10 in '.tie e*.-ííeii. 'ur> '  et*.e wtiere it.r íl'**!; aivtí i*' '»■:  w»-' It* «tr*r..d Sl.*ar    .,ei'.  i-< i: tttetitixrü» «i,.; II,, U. j i'iiMT  *eir Lu:y akUl s UiHíe    **-ii  furted lo fiw i. • . .Uon., *i li*e • alr; >    , r <rí mt't ífljUieU  Government and Defense Are Ready: Two Post Doctors Plead Guilty In Narcotic Case  LUBBOCK, May 22.—Oov-ernment and defense attorneys said today they would be ready 'I'hursday for the trial of Garsa county sheriff W'. F. Cato and three other Post residents on a federal charire of murder for the machine gun slaying of Spencer Stafford, federal nar-cotics agent, at Post last February 7.  tour tace Inal  Slftlford was shot to death by Shertff Cato while invesiigatmi alleged, narcolie trafir at Poet  PEClng trial with Cato will be Dr I, 'W Kitchen, vcierinanan. Dr. V.  A Hartman. ph>,‘-irmu, and Tom Morgajfi. a farmer who had been deputi^ by Cato aliortly before the kitUrii Meanwhllt • federal jury ton-vict*l A. J, 'Ham» Holman, a Tor-i mer de|i*jty sheriff under Cato, and three other» on a eharge of con-; firing to violate the federal liquor tavlni act HoUnan pleaded not iuUtv Tlie oilier three defendant*. Hooper Shelton. Roby tiewspaper man. and two negroe». I^nnle William» and Henry Bate*, pleaded fuiity  Tlie negroeg teatifled that they »old imtaxed ttquor for Holman In the officer s cafe at Pmt  Holman wa» B.*i*es'ed 60 day^ m me Lublxalt rouulv ibiI Shelton 3« da%s and the negroes were given »viMjended .'all terms of 90 days each  Dtators Kiuhcn and Hartman pU'aded gniitv to mnu Uivent* alicg-ing *. iniation of ?he Harrison snti-i.arcotu- act Pri'Ut-ancement of wai» u**frrnHl Holrnht! flie on!'. Hefeprlant to pieart not gui!i\ »m-k the stand to jrii, any isnoaledg»- "f pMr{a><i«-d .iqunf U.U.-■    i:. tils cafe at  !»ee C.iK/ \ I A»t. Page IS. t ol 7  Kentucky Man Leads Klnanians  a    a  GOES UNHEEDED  MliSl  my n  y  im. pon  s  1  J  ITION EU  SMSOON  President Says Orders to Be Signed As Quickly As Drafted Into Desired Form  WASHINGTON, May 2 2.—  Recommendations of the allotment board for spending the first billion dollars under the $4.000,000.000 works program were approved today by President Roosevelt.  The actual orders will be signed as auickly as the bu  drafts the desired  Issue Now Squarely Before Senate Where Administration Hopes For Support; Compromise Seen  MAIN REASONS FOR VETO  Here are the m.iin reasons given hy President Kooaevelt fw vetoing the Ptttman bonus bill:  1. I ull p.»yn»eiit of the bonus Is noi due until 1!*45.  2. It directs payment to the veterans of »1,600,000,(100 more than was contemplated In the 1324 brmus art.  3. It would not be an aid to relief hes'ause It would not improve conditions necessary to evpand those Industries in which there 1» the greatest unemployment.  4. The issuance of new currency as the method of payment would raise similar demands for the payment of claims of other groups which “invites ultimate recki nlng In uncontrollable price» and In the dfslructlon of the value of savings.“  5. 4 ongress did not provide additional taxes to rover the expenditure of $2,206.(100,006 eontmii iated in the bill.  Searchers Also Take Up The Hunt For Pair At Clarksville: Unheard of Since Sunday  ! SHREVEPORT .La. May 22.-rT^  I Troops and civil authorities hurried to Caddo Lake today to trace down A PPport that an army plane fitting the description of a Brooks Field. Texa.s, ship mi.s.sing since Sunday had been seen falling into the swol-len lake Sunday afternoon during a raiiLxtorm.  Colonel Oerald C Brant, third Wing commander of Barksdale Pieid, who ha.s directed his entire wing In a two-day .search from the air for the mls>tug craft and iU two occu-panfs. Lieut, Wendell O Holloday pUot and Private Ira Hicks, mechanic. said Shertif T R. Hughe* liad received the report from one of his deputies stationed at Vivian. La.   ...   CLARKSVILLE.    May    22-oPi-  WASHINGTON. May 22. (AP) -Flaunting Preiident Roos®- Cnconfirmed reports that an alr-  °    piane, possibly a missing Brrxvka  velt’i perional warning that th« Patman $2,200,000,000 bonus pieid. Texas, ship, had crashed six  bill invited *'disastrous consequences,” the house thundered the    of here Sunday aft  ernoon. sent searching partlea hur-  *f will be ngc0gj|}i|-y two-thirdi to override his veto today, the budget ,    ^  rying to that .'section today.  *    rm    t        ^    .    .  1  ]L  director form.  Project*.  Tlie individual proie<n.s approved by Mr Roosevelt today were announced recently when the allot-!,pnt bc»rd recommended them.  The allotment» included funds for  ITie vote was 322 to 98.    'Ilia vote by which    the    Patman    .    "^rt* reaching here wer«  uiHi,    lUT larm    lainlUe*    heard    an  bill passed the house in March was 318 to 90.    *    airplane motor .suddenly close out  The iHU« WM thui pUced    iquarely up    to the    There    tM'Ue“««    4!!^  the administration was counting on a few    votes margin    to sua-    a^as    not seen  Uin the Rooeevelt objectione.    he"'^w',?7w.r™u«  RAtitrHiaa*  Denouncing the bill aa providing a “deceptively easy method Saturday  Searching partiea %eut to  tha  T,L PritT'T    nn    a-"rop‘““'"up??    I    of    peyment."    the    preeident    .aid    it eou.tituted tn Ipvitatiou to.  TskOS CritZ S Pi3C6 On ^ «nd upper Missouri river ; fioo.- gtart the printing prtsiea, with ultimate ‘skyrocketing prices inga wa» i  _    eW-xA    exeu%    Tlf    t    a    e    wx    \dt\A    imfl    •    ,  Supreme Court Commission of Appeals  AUSTIN. May 22 — 4’ —J E Hickman, chief Juhtuc of the Easl-land (ourt of civil appeals, wa.h appointed a member of the supreme court comml'v''ion of apptab today.  Judge Graham B. Smcdley. for  000.000 for WlsTomm and 110,060.-  r';i«Hi'NV;-ruN.'' n. < „ >i»y The S20.ee6.eee lower f olnrado river authority project was among projecli approved today by President Rooaevell In releasing the first billion dollars under the 14.666.066.660 works program.   ...  _      000    for    start    on    the    PaA-.amaquod  merly of Wichita Falls, wa* j»*ap- power development in Mauve pointed a member of the comml.s- Tlie president repeated toOav at  Mun for a six year term.  printing prgsiea, with ultimate skyrocketing prices end “destruction” of laving«.  Just after he had left the capitol. and senator! had departed * from the overcrowded chamber, the powerful bonus forces in the house united for a last effort on behalf of their pet before pcNisible opening e fight for something less later.  Should the tenaU refuse the two thirds majority neceasary to override, early work on a  immediatél» received.  Now Chief Justice of Eleventh Appeals Court  Judge J F HUkinan went Austin MoiuIhs. prrsumablv for ■ ference.x in loimeclion with hi appointment 16 the supreme > >>nrt comm; O* appeals whii t wdl I-rente a ‘ ' .-m v m the Ele'.<:.th  #    *    H-    ‘•COWpromise partial bonus pay  hi.x pre.vs ( onlereme that he hop-d    h    .  {to have the program In full opera-    mfnt    was eipected  1 Hftn bv about November I    <    omprwmise    Hem  I Meanwhile, he ha« started a .study Hie Riaiaevrlt position uaiav Was jof project.s which n»ay be undertak-    construed    by some «,    indUating    he  en which do not conie within the    would    not    veto a plan    wlierebv    vet  mandatory claas pecliled by con- erans could rash In thrir cert if kales gresii.    at current instead of full saiur  From «le-fourth to oue-haU of AUlKHi«h U»e prrvidem «ju<He<l an the S4.u00.000 000 haa Ijeen ear- old hpeech by him in arguing that  tlie Patman bill was iinfait Senator Borait -R-l»t!*tn>' wa% aiiiooa tliOM  Full Text ol Veto Message  Nee PKÍIJIÍ Is l’a»e 13 I «I. i  See Hit KVI AN. Page 13. I ol  *.NTC:.K'    23    JP'  Ki.,i--r Gatt'Ui r»! M*,'.:-><»nviIle K\  * mA naiued pie»lilr; ’ '>f Ktwatu^ n-'cru*: .(MiJsl iter*    at    the    oi    •  Pierson Boy May Share Estate Ot Parents He Slew  wlK> dl'p‘it*t) the arK'iinenl that !uH i>avment wai- n<a nf»w due Payment in tluh wa. ’ the m nat' i tiiAihtetl will not oiu. la heipt d lo the Mildtrr tmt In Ici ;!.♦  I he jire*ident had a* ».'‘»»wlrtliieu that i>a\ment w“uld l»*>p ><>u u)i.'i liu^ine'" but ^anl iiM'i!« > w<»uStl v’ »  Revised Texas Production In i>“ * "' ■'■">  ^ FINAL COTTON TOTAL 9,636,000  HIT AND RUN CASE PROBED  Two Men From Brady Ar® Held After Crash  I Two men. Injured In a hit-and-run colUaion thU, morning on the Bankhead hlghwav west of town, were in the West Texas Baptist I hospital, while a Brady man and his negro driver were being held at the I ity jail early this afternoon The injured are John Brasch. It-  ..w...    -------- ------ Inermnt who suffererl a bad frac-  nrntauve* called upmi me and with ture of the right leg just below the complete piupnety pieienied their knee, and Olhe Msrwno Mexican of leaMiiis f.M asking mr to approve Merkal. bruised atui cut about the the Iluu *    of    Heiueseiilatlvrs    bill    body  prmuhng    t ,i    he immediate    pay- Maraño    had    given    Biwh    a ride  met ' ol ac. i-i.d srrxue certifícale*, »n I is t-mr a Uelit machine with III u.«    ol touriesy I am truck body, and Uie two were en  rrtmiui .. ihi- bill today to tha route to Abilene at the time of Uie .'»• lirpieseiilalives As I told mishap A coupe oi*rupied bv the ¡ ti, H.rii who waited upon me. two men from Bradc cra.shed Into ,v, n, VII (b.ubted ttie good lalth the Maraim machine while at-*; l,c'iu»u tic realll>lt^ wduch    have    temtiting    to pa.vs    u a,*, another    au-  .    ^    ax...    ex#    t A »rAxaxJIxt lax    .i    ^    ..k. A  aa.     ____  WASHINGTON. May 22 T -Ttie text of ITealdtnt Kouævelf» bohu.s veto message to congrfs* today lollow-s  Mr Speaker Memners of the Houiu* of IteprcaenUlhe«  Two days ago a number of gentlemen from the House ot Hepre  11  1934 Is 2.4D6.000  .liilU-.' I  M  Was ll«MII*a. Page 3. i «4  f-suUa’ion s !9tli *: ‘ ic : Í : (litHer ‘ : ra r,. eiecierl b  , . '-  'A oaf. and -*t>; U',. TorcH    ..cr.pic  Ha'Iic.O Owlal.xw * and Kie<; L P»!t' :ar \  .a, roiiVeniHui n.r tOtiiU.g  ..'viialhai in ' , >x HrM'rlf Ikalingloii ,r, J H U  » A  .Xf-Uiî H  r* III the • ■ ;c'A a; :.r Will ».  EUROPE SKEPTICAL AS HITLER DECLARES NAZIS WANT PEACE  fsTfidn OifiioiTath Even Interpret H<    As  teomnina of Rtarmament Rai ^  Little r%dv«fieeii to lourtli Round  m*    e«»*,  -r HI I'. H'v J Wl.ixe e if .sh  :l    UtrtJ .î.e ». r « f .t ■  Í    ^    -    H.    *ri    n    '  rpgar>;  olied  i n>'  Î Hi-  r i Tifev;c H Î.  m tat tiF’ »  AUS I IS bllily ! .1 Pier-on  of U:c pal  WUii 'hr !.  ham piri-sni il ... ..< r  ihe TV»»*    ..j.:*;'*    <c,;'    a»..  Pieriaii:  Young PierMJii laui. dm' J ireasurt*. ai>d lira. Pierson on h nHuut à ago. serre- near Auatin April    34    h«‘*    ^    .  Mhid, ol dUcruiduatuxu H< been mutcud mi a ctiaia« « ’ der. jut llie iria    date iv  tieru Mt JuMlce Pier^JMt ■» will be i his perwonal *■ lair    lal *ri! v  pioxmuriely liouuo to Mi F whBa lib# irti lier    : i-ate t    <    ~  Bierson. W'heo «hihU, aü» aimnBoneoasiy. u    'l r**t    •-  ncemt km    "  in aodiuw. H ,    I Pi i • 1  an ektrr    •»;    i a ■’ in  tiawi prijNaru ». i;..ai, «u i< for the -layer The bro jiCi A : .»III li P ’ -* of na- apT^ted !».i    *-    j-  laa# ot    t*ciit a<'!i,li,*-.’-it»U)(    t,I h„- Ta  ■r iiaai-    ^  iii.inecia’c -* fa« t iliai    .    ...    .  li .ed bey or . !  tard  i a* '.,"! OÍ ÎI1U-  WAHHIN' Th. 19.14 . 000 L«:. ' (  » ull tu« t* i-Tf,* prc **. 9 7::l *  aiuoiuitetl  Tl e d' S«. 000 alrr^ et ate of r< pit iced U ’ KTenuU a .  iu* »)•.»  .»I. J '  ' lupa!» '    ’  1 iftri  fíexi-cíi I  by sCafi-.- i  Átate Ai* bam«  MiAWlssippi G»ui-tana IV *a> Okiatuxma Aikan^a^ New Mcxi' Arir>/iia  I'  s May LS*  11h '.4 . i«It!l.«.  '•riav  C > illll!l-<>! X  I’!*'  ; 9 *516 .1 .gii  ‘•1  6 , ><>M) l< I - ii*  i.M  il .'f, 'tñ •  • X SI. a  mg the 1 e«  I rra-»•'I «'11 •    ‘ i    ■    '  ill ul  Bri.auuial    u.fni w  UlallUMiU'i-. '...»t    '» ■    ■ ‘‘■‘•■i«:-  was -I    ou*    I'** •  pBlll.all 01-1    fíí-f.-r    1. r-. iC'  oulwai'l cyMhM. *    '■ voi'.  Ixerh (iíjí. O'"    ftiliiiUii-Tf  Brlialr .Ml*    . c- 'i,'. >rpl)  Hobtii'^ou aid he ; >    piedn  wl;«-!. the ‘i;>l«cr o»... «■    “«»u!'  • I t  Î.» (r.r ■ e . '  \l=C. I I or ^ y  .i* ir  c. ir W-’ I "t Í-« s.  Ay o ..    >h*'  ,iT,d the majurtty of h, ad''•'ale tills bill vpi» * I < (.me before  .... (i d m gooil  ■ 1    .{-.plv    as    I  tomoblle wa.y approaching. It reporteti  (»e<Hge fhesion. < itv piilue patrol-man arrevted (he Brady m#n at  . w Í . a ,>l  ,... _ (be oui-«;rt.v nl the    «'itv    A {vasatng  iiifiel me HiotorLi seeu.g the t otluion and    that  the    *ui!cd hi    stop    sped    into  loWii anrt Tioti*ie<l i»oiit e giving : .i!iil»e> I.f >;e ...iia- Pre.sUm said, i'ltx liel.H?:,, W    W    West    aald  n.p *ft«ti.<,oi! the case, will I ,M.e»i o.fj m îur .»late nigh-■** ('(“paitineid fur probable prt^-  V l.rtp b’-;..n s.ve  if.i «'I-'  . e Of tt)«  f puipi'  HriSt » III«* Fag.  i  ..I a  11 \ 1 Page t i»| I  » I «    «    1    a    fc    '  D id  I“ ;  I«»!  ; ■,;« I «»I  4.. "••I 4 4-'it «eiu  ; .'sje,  ; 1 i* <»ni  t*4 •«Ki  ;«») ' « * I  ISM  9 ,ti »«Ni  Î4 'V) Ik - 0<IO ; pifi i ; ’ 'NI« »(*>'; •ií«'. ÍIJ 'g.-:  ! r; 'jo*.  NEW ORLEANS GIRL CONVICTED OF STABBING LOVER TO BEATH  Bonn?# Hill Faces Prison Term Rdciiinu From One To Twtniy Tears; Sentence Is Deterreii  Is Sentenced For Attncking Deputy  S'.i Hr Vf.  1    !    -tiUie  . Xi . of ac-  X, '    iieiii 'i> i:mir,t-£. with  . '    ive<i    a' I'.i \e«t- m th*  ■>' ■ Ti lístmecii-'u w:ih an ■ * »'! w A Pate fit puts i£'i#r-•i It; f'Oman’he »• a IT* l^on '«.eiulv Trial id hi* bifithwr, hii. t »«* »(artec tmjr ed^ttly  Ur. J. II. Waylaiid Freed ol Charge  ohil*  'Wt  . re a ’ . p.eied  L' MBtX. K .»I  H Waylaiid 7.  pi-.sMlan »i.xi I hi.' uaiiie HM^a'  i/k  r-ïüing =  '-■ï'  s .H -/. i*r  ..;Joo 'Ui , a»;  « nafgt-a ul y -î .. k* wuri-i,aff.n>tl‘  Í k (Cl* t Judgr J. a lav. agetí pcj*  i. --ri xe W ç »1Ü t ii..f a ^iiîite  . : .. . lu W a i,.  Wfvt- fl*«'' ».«’'  . lexa.T - w.'S-  » ,    ;.*♦*'    - ür J  piirfoMer Wauiview -i.dei i4 Ui* Bai* r wha h !-*• -  J-, a'ird gliUl* tu ,.g u,e Han 'il k *■ r*-oen«i G. 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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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