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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 11, 1935, Abilene, Texas                                 Ci)E Abilene ®ailp il^porter  “WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES, WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES’’—Byron__________ _  ib\. LIV. Full Leased Wires of Associated Press (W) United Press (UP)  “WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES. WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES’’—Byron  ABILENE. TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1935—TEN PAGES (Evening Edition ot The Abilene Morning News) NUMBER 198  Ransom Cache Oí $90,700Found  FDR Parries Attempt To Solten Utility Bill  Vanish While On Motor Tour  Annrehension for the safety of Mr. and Mrs. George IVL Lorius (top) East St. l^ula. III., and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoberer, Duquoin, III., increased when three forged traveler’ checks were origlnallv issued to Lorius. The couples’ abandoned ear was frmnd in Dallas. After leaving for a trip through the southwest and Mexico, they have been iinreported for several days. (.Associated Press Photo).  -  A nti-New As ‘Grass  Deal Speech Cheered Roots’ Map ’36 Plans  Sheriffs Fate Held By Jurors  SPRINGFIELD. 111.. June 11.— (UP)—Anti-New Deal speakers before a republican grass roots confer-  President Roosevelt with a "declaration of constructive principles.” Members of the resolutions committee, went into session after ad-  L. ence were cheered today    journtnent    late    last    night    to    draft  mldwestern party representatives  the ’’declaration" which Edward A.  which we can be helpful In ending the depression and In the preservation of American institutions,” he declared.  Declaration of Grievances   _Ll BBOt K. June IL—( AP)—The  A J.    1*    •    £    eoiiiity    conspiracy    caae    went  Constant Questioning of    * United state* district jury at  .    au    i    12:25 o’clock this afternoon.  Waleys Brings About    The jury wm determine guilt or  II    n    I    Innoeenee of Sheriff l/en Irvin and  Discovery;    Have    Back    is other person.^, charged with deal-  Clin fwn    *"    liquor    on    which    a    federal    tax  I Oiai    Oi    q)    I I U.UUU    had not been paid. Judge Wilson   _gave tnsrtucted verdicts for three  other defendants, Mrs. N. T. Dalton,  The attack on President Roosevelt i  Dieterich Amendments to    .    ■c«™ o, ,nev.|  D    C    *    «    «    n-f    ^    ^    backfire    agavnsi    contain principles "con- ances. ” wa.s brought in by Hayes.  emove en e c th^me    .tr^uv,    ch.^    ^    ^    ^    ,200,000  _   t»r    .    -1___  -e    m__________^    ^He    facts,"    Judge    Wilson  SALt'lA^KE^StY,^    11    ^  - A cache of $90,700 of the    « i regard this case as    very  im-  Against His Wishes  Helá In Bondage  A Aft fl^ter  After Lois Eden. 13, of Mc.AI-Okla., irid officers a weird story of being kidnaped and forced tc do the work of a man on an Arkansas fauTti, R. Dell Hudson and hla wife, Dorothy, of Fayetteville, were arrested, (Associated Press Photo».  1  ]  k.1  ‘Death’ From the Law struggled toward agreement in secret session the conference proper , heard an attack on President Roose-!  _velt and his administration by for-  WASHINGTON, June 11.- "".‘^„TuncoTn.'NelT^’^^  (AP)—Amendments by Sena- the president "has asked the Amer-tor Dieterich (D-Ill.) to “take lean people to aid liberty to commit  the death sentence” out of the    challenge the presi  bill to abolish public utility ¿ent to submit to the people of this holding companies were met in country’ the specific the senate today by a message    stamons^ald  from President Roosevelt de- gimmons charged that President daring that such a move was Roasevelt had identified him.^f “contrary to my wishes.“ »itu    Z    wj  Aimed at Vital Sections    statements    against    the    decisions    of  The brief pencile« memorandum    supreme court—an attack not  of the president w'as read Into the fjir^cted so much at the court as at record by Senator Wheeler (D-    '  Mont), in charge of the bill, in an effort to beat off the proposal of Dieterich to strike out entirely the sections providing for elimination in five to seven ye.’s of all public utility holding companies deemed "unessential" to the utility bii.siness.  "A vote for the Dierterich amendments Is a vote to kill the bill,”  Senator Wheeler shouted to the senate, adding it is "a vote for the power lobbyists In the galleries "  From scowling Senator Dieterich, however, came the assertion ii«At    nkCnir  tlie Mil was intended to nationalize AII-DSy PTOgrEm El lEli the public utility Industry.  the coustltutlon.    .4    #,,1  The republicans planned to follow through an 18-shafted attack on  Physicians Hear of Gland Extract To Produce Race of Supermen  ATLANTIC CTTV N. J.. June 11. (I P)—Discovery of a gland extract which may produce a race of ’’aupermen’’ was reported today as 12.0(H) physicians of the United States and Canada met for the opening of a Joint convention of the American and Canadian medical aasociationx.  A colony of white rats demonstrated to the gathering NCientlstK a development of thymus gland extract, from the sweetbreads of calves, which speeds growth and maturity to an unprecedented degree. The extract is being tried on humans.  Dr, l.eonard G. Rowntree of PhiUdelphia Institute of Medical Research and the Philadelphia General hospital, directing the experiments, reported that rats treated with the extract re  produced In one-eighteenth of normal time and lived longer than others of their species.  Rata In his cages have attained six daya after birth the physical and mental development of other rats at the end of 27 days. Their eyes opened In 36 hours, contra**-t^ with the normal period of 16 days, and they reached maturity in four days.  The first generation of animals that Dr. Rowntree treated with the extract is 27 months old, equivalent to 75 years in human life. Rat« normally iivg about 21 months.  Dr. Rowntree refused to comment on the powibie effect of administration of thymus extract to his human “guinea pigs." The experiment has not progressed to a point where eonclualons can be drawn, h« said.  Lengthy Charge Charge of Judge Wilson required one hour and 55 minutes. It was given after District Attorney Clyde O. Eastus. In closing the arguments, referred to Sheriff Irvin as "the master mind, the big shot, if you please."  The ca.se was opened a week ago  Weyerhaeuser of Tacoma, was found today in historic Immigration Pass, near here, while hundreds of officers scoured the West to make the final roundup of suspects in the kidnaping of the lumber heir.  The money, wrapped in black oil cloth and a gunny sack, had Monday, with 27* of 29 defendant#  present. Fourteen pleaded guilty. The ease against Constable Sam Hutson of Littlefield waa immediately dismissed by the government.  Later the government moved for dismissal of case.s against J. J. Little and Roy Campbell Judge Wilson instructed acrqulttal of former Deput/ Sheriff J L. Walraven of Lamb county and Buddy Johnson.  Sheriff Irvin, his son. Driscal,  See SHFRIFF, Page 9. Col. 3  Park; Dress Contest Winners Named  Action on NRA Blocked By Oklahoma Senator    -   _Winners    in    dress    contests    of    Tay-  WASHINGTON, June 11.—(^»— lor county home demonstrat on Senate aotion extending NRA was clubs were announced temporarily blocked today when climax of a  Tuesday a.«, program at Many club  Russo-Jap Row Laid To Sentry’s Death   ___    morning  Relief Client “Falls Ten    Each    Nation    Charges    Other    oiflcers    Seeking  Stories, Body Barely    1  Misses Child  more than $4,000 a year.  Di8cu.s.sion of Gore’s amendment  Shipwreck Hero  \llhoU8h fH( year» old. Fer-^ando S. Philbrkk. Civil war veteran, was a hero of the ex-curMoii steamer crash at A inal Haven, Me. He kept Afloat an aged wcman who haid be-en hurled into the icy sea when the ship struck a ledge. < Associated Press Photo I.  I HOUSTON. June 11—(UP'—An , l8-year-old girl who fell or leaped 10 stories from the roof of a downtown business building to her death last night, was Identified today as Miss Mildred Hopkins of Port Arthur.  I Two newspaper reporters traced ; the girl by means of scraps of blue papier, bits of a tom relief meal : ticket. J. L. Lee. record maniieer of i federal transient bureau hospital at ; South Houston, made the identification.  Miss Hopkins fell to her death on I a street curb amid scores of p>edes-j trians, her body narrowly missing a ' child.  j She placed an uppier floor of the building more than 30 minutes be-■ fore the tragedy, according to Mrs. E. J. Ageron, 30. and Mrs. Myrtle Leverier. scrubwomen.  C M Brown, oil company ac-ountant, said he saw the girl on the roof of the building a moment before he heard a commotion on the street below*  End”»*ancc P»>»ne Aloft 169 Hours  MERIDIAN, Miss, June 11 uV— While lumor.v flew last night that the Key brothers. Fred and Al. of , Meridian, had "made a forced land- ' Ing" in their endurance flight, their j plane "Ole Miss'* «intlnued to soar ;  At 130 p m today the filers; passed their I69th consecutive hour in the air since their takeoff at  with choral and dramatic contests Mrs. S. G. Oliver of Wylie was  used up the half hour alloted hy '»’hiner of first place in th^ the senate to discussion of the NRA resolution and the chamber, under a previous agreement, turned to debate on the public utilities holding company bill.  Chairman Harrison, of the senate finance committee, served notice,    w    a  however, that he wou.. eaU up the    M^a. C îi  See UTILITIES. Page 9. Col. 7  Armed Invasion Of Its Territory  Potosí ranked first in the tailored dress division.  Second and third place wtoners in sheers were Mrs.  (tnp)rt>S<. IMS. ay    CrYti)  TOKYO June 11—The slaying of a Soviet sentry on the dl.sputed Manchoukuan-Siberian frontier was  Man and Machine That He Borrowed  been buried in a canyon about five miles south of here.  Details Withheld  It brought the total of the "snatch” money acc<> %. cd for by government men to more than II10-000.  Department o* Ju.--tlce agents here would not comment on detalU of the uncovering of the caclie J Edgar Hoover, director of the Justice depmrtment bureau of m-vestigatlon, announced in Washington it had been located as the result of con.stant que.sllonlng of Harman M Waley, 24-year-old ex-con-vlct. and hl.s 19-year-old wife, Margaret, held here as wniessed members of the kklnap gang.  Throughout the west a hunt was pressed for William Mahan, scarfaced ex-convict, who abandoned *    ..    . n  car containing $15.155 of the ransom StUErt, WlHlS MUSt PEy money in escaping pxilice at Butte, ...... -r-i.-    i*    r  Mont.. la.Ht Sunday.    With    Thcir LivBS Fop  W’aiey Khort-Changed    ,    .    .  It was spurred by Hoover’s ex- 1    AtPOCIOUS CPHTICS  pressed belief tliat Mahan had the    _____  balance of the ransom money with HOUSTON. June U—(UP)—Gov. him or burled. Hoover said Mahan j^nies V. Allred said today that he may have ".‘•hort-changed” Waley, ’    ^ot commute the death sen-  who, he said, apiiarently received j lences of Elijah Stuart and John B. only $95,000 of the $200.000    Willis, scheduled to die in the elec-  Waley wa^ said by G-men to liave trie chair at Huntsville early Wed-si>ent only about $300 and to have nesday.  burned $4.000 wiien things "became ' Governor Allred said he brought  Officers Tuesday were searching for a 1933 Pontiac sedan, belonging to a local tourist camp man, which  too hot ”  Federal agents here declined to confirm or deny reports three additional pjerson.s had been taken into custody In Salt Lake City for  Grecian King May    Callahan' county agent, were Judges  Reoccupy Throne „pr.«n«d   -Basket    lunch    was    served    at    nocm.  PARIS. June 11 .-i-P)—Former    -----  King George II of Greece was in- CLUB WOMEN Page 9, Col. 7 formed by his suppKirters today he may recover his throne within a month.  Royalist leaders said they sent ihls encouragement to the former monarch in London after receiving word from Athens that a majority of Greece's government would re-  j. c. Raper of disclosed today as the cause of dip-    'borrowed'    Monday    afternoon    q^p^yoning    In    connection    with    the  ^wn" and Miss Lovcta Roberts of poniatic caitroversy between Russia I » tourist.  Pleasant Hill; and second and__thlrd jajjar.    Tlie    borrower,    who    left    another  Moscow and Tokyo, exchanging    ;    camp,    q»Hs    reported    to be  notes ov*r the    incident, each    |,    ,,,,,,    _  Patterson    of    Lawn.    charged Üie armed    forces of the    ,    Mississippi.    He    asked to u.se  Mrs. Lura Hollingsworth, Runnels other wltF invasion    of its territory    the    car to drive    into    Abilene    Irom  county agent, and Miss Vida Moore  The Bkl’mLsh. occurred June 3,' Lalce Side camp. H Nichols is the .southwest of Mlshan. The Soviet' owner of the machine, for the contest, m'which” 12'clubs charged tvo army cavalrymen    .  patrolling the frontier were fired on , XlA/lfl Rnv« Rnm by Japanwe' troops. One of the sen- * Ww iH ouy» __ tries fell, according to the Ruesian version, aid the other ran for help Moscovi a'-.'^rted that when retn-  abduction. The boy was released near Tacoma June 1 after eight day'v in the hands of hlf< abductors.  At Washington Indications were reported that the Ju-stue department Invt rvtigators believe the abduction WR*. p two-man Job aided by a wom-The alleged i-onfeshiona of  with him wails’ record to study while In Houston to lielp celebrate Railroad week. "It was a terrible crime, almost unbelievable,” he commented on Willis’ attack on a young bride at I'yler  Unanimous recommendation had been made by the board of pardons and paroles against executive interference In executions Btuart was convicted of murder in Harris county following the death  Hee EXKfUTIDNS. Page 10, t’ol, 4  In Abilene Home  an.  Waley and his wife iinpllrated Mahan as the third member of the gang.  Removal of Mr and Mrb Waley racoma to fare mail fraud  Horse ThIcI Given Life at Cleburne  CLEBURNE. June U —i/l’i—Rf’»' _ _    coe Garrett was convicted last night  fuiie to take the usual oath of alle- of theft of a horse and, on trie giance to the republican regime aft- grounds of repetition of offent^s, er the new assembly meets July 1. was a-wessed life imprlsonmem.  Monarchist circles said they were He wa.s the second man to « informed the government would a life term in Johnson county uno *r then move for George's recall_ the habitual criminal law. _________  ARRAIGN TRIO IHUNTBODYOF IN U.S. COURT DROWNED BOY  forcemenU reached the spot, de- Twin fom were bom late Monday charge^ In connection '»'1th the kid-scribed a 1.7W1 meters on the Soviet ■ afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. H D  12 32 p m June 4 at that time the Qnc Held Oil LiquoF Charge, Big Spring Youth, 17. Meetss Japanese p«tr  side of tlB border, they found only bloodstaiis ai’d empty cartridges Russia ien.anded punishment of the mint ry authorities responsible for the t.yv.'4, guarantees against a recurrí VP cf such incidents and return r the ‘.lam sentry’s body, arms, eqopnient and two horses Japan plar d the scene of the slaying I Mor.choukuu, 200 meU»rs from the b* uier It Soviet (; all oicn with firing on a Japanew p»f v.u\ch was said to have retirnec the fire only after the RU.S in^ . ;ro red a command to  withdraw The filen F *    -‘b    burled    on  Manchovunn - il .lapanese officials rep«rte«i ? his equipment and hores w * confiscated by the  Robinson, at their home 2506 Cedar street  Oddly, the attending physician wa* also the family doctor at the Elmer Smith home. 728 Oak street, where twin boys arrived Saturday night.  There was ajiother ((»incidence arrival of the twin.s gave a family i^ven In each home, each couple enargea uie    three    other children  'Phe young Robmson.s, welgiung  naplng was awaited today, with fur->re ( A( HE. Page 9, ( ul. 5  endurance plane had traveled 13,440  mlle.s  Two For Forgery  Death In Colorado  i Abllcn* sM vicinity Mo«tly -MMly with ■ loc»l shower* tonlKht «nd Wsrtnssdsy Wsst Tsxst West of iw>ih msridlan Partly cloudy to cloudy, probshiy shoi^irs ; In .'■■‘«thesst porti-.K lonmht snd VAVdnes-I (lay  Kast Texas East of lOOih mrridian Mostly cloudy, h-'ai snow.-rf in w-M and south pi.rtiont tonight and We.ti.r-'ls  .>ON 18 liiiKN  Mr .(lid Mn, Easl Riclund.. 1919 South Sec r;d Lireetl are announcing ti e birtii of    a    *    Robert Earl,  St the Wwt T(    hznilsr-  iujn Sur.dzv tuabt    Hii’    bab‘. is *  ir«ndîx»n of M»    '    James    P Potati,  Who Uvei la khz Richards hoiut.  Arraifnmentft of an Abilene man BIG SPRING, June U Body o' charged with possession of untaxed i Marvin Burleson. 17. of Big Bprim .„d two    ,n...  with forging signatures to applica-    found at 9 o'  lions anti notes tor federal feed clock this morning, according U loans, were held here late Monday . message* received here  K-r«,.- T.4. *J    iTntts*ii State« Young Burleson and a friend. Bei  before Ida M James, Unltod Stales    finished fishlng an<  i commissioner,    rrossing the river when Ih  John R Maxwell charged with    current overturned their boa'  possession of ten galloni of untaxed Llgon was rescued but Burleson ws  alcohol on or about IJecember 8. never sighted  1934, had his bond fixed at $750 h^ the non of Mr and Mr-Th(i complaint was filed by WUiord j; w. Burleson of Big Bprlug ani  The boinriar' ween Siberia and eastern corrr Manchoukuo has been th( STP •    ?    *everal    disputes  gee IAP> »•a«*’ * f'«*' •  SheriH Uncd For Flglit With Editor  Pearl Buck Flics For Reno Divorce  IT.NG Ne\ June 11    4’i Pearl  >11 Bu< 1 intt I nationally kiiown author of Hie Good Earth" SIM niher noi(d worki. filed suit i.. rt today to divoK c John I.. Buck MX and a half pounds each, were h* r ■oinplamt ( barged extreme named William Albert and Jostcph ( rucUy which thr • plaintiff has gnow.    iKltlicr    forgiven    nor condoned.”  NEWS BUKH BECOMES ONLf~ FOND MEMORY TO TRAVELERS  Once a Tradition orTrain Ride, He Gives Way to RiUy Club Car, Where Passengers' Wants Supplied  ,V Thomufson, Investigator for the \lcohol Tax Unit Three Abilene lly officers W W We.st Dave Booth and W B Pohton. were listed as material witnesses  (•ry ihsrmomni" W»( thsrwioieelof Ri«l«uv« buaubly  held an appointment from Con grefismaii fieorge Mahon to tli United Stateb Naval Academy ct Annapolis He had been employed   ___________ ________ during high school years by the J ig  Bond of $1.000 was set for Wil- spring Herald and left its emj Oy lain O Elliott He is charged in an gg g stereolyj>er a week ago to h-nformatlon filed bv J M Penny, ter the University of Texas to n ike United State.s .''ecrei servu i • .er- % '.ear's coUepe work He was ptd-Rtlve. with forging a signature n» an u*ted from high school here in ,    ,  application for a    livestock feed    loan    1933 with a record far above th* av- , wichi «    -erage Be.Mdes his parents he b «ur-    Cloud. 01 •  iioa    U.    i. COURli    Pag*    10,    Col-    *    vivea by two brothers and a a^-tor.    charge» oi .ts il«  BORGiP I>an Haile, yesterday p*> Ing after at. Philllpti, id!' Herald, rvc {leared li ti A compi-' with assiui' iorwarded Sheriff a.' ing, aeccrr- ^ police jKi-' Phllliii him duHi ► item wT. 1  1    T,—Sherlfl  Railroad Week being ooserved throughout the country, finds trav-Ai Pacific trains  "10 ilnrLTS- *mL"wesri>xas reveling in the Mt n with J C comforts of air -< ondltloned coaches. . .    hu,.K„    ■«<    u.'r«    .t    rlu^  .. tie which an-' ^ fountains ar.d otherwise Uvin*. ' '    very com fort abh. tne while they are  the «l,u,r tr.mport«l from ''«J’  But, there 1. one part  .    .    .    .....    - of call  I,.,-terv toriay was  , :tci s request (0 j  . .nirtt for «ign-j A few d«'. ‘ u Ji tu! Farmer, city f reptrted. Ui»' j taken off trHii heriff struck here lon of the news ' WiiPilu i    iUev    bought    hi*  Hdmltiedly. were usu-  ago train travelers News BuU’h was , operating through  wii'i traveled by train had for more '.e,,ry than you can remember, con-(iy-retl the ’Butch' part of a train  um  H( a>-jris tor doing i way with the feiii.A'v wfio shuffled along the alsiea Hi.d droneo "appUs bananas, oranges . "pillow, ‘chewing gum. peanuts, candy”, "new paper.s and iiiagar.ines ", have not been sireciflc al!', given by rail officmls.  Hiwever It is pointed out that on the Suitshiiic Special psuaenger* m»\ obtain mmt anyilnag they wuih to cat, read and drink in the club  C»1 '  All (. Hi he.- on the Sunshiue  ( X^'Tjinfmy XVlmnV,..:KÍeVa^^^^^    than    8pr.a.i    and    the    Pullman    coaches  H..nre , deputiea, on .v«u'rt find the .ame Hems in grrxm    Pase    9    •  litoí«*. drug »WAZ* and cal«*) iolk*r    *»®* iRAJN*. r»«« »*    •  NEARING rOMPIETIDN  Sew Buniness Directory  Now Being ( ompiled  A Gn-.vificd dircvtury ot Abilene bii.Mnes5 liou.‘*cs, proies.-,t(inal men. state, county officials and inslllutlon- 1.- now being compiled by The Reporter-New- It Ik a co-oireratixe work underiak-en with tlie obiect of providing a ready reference guttle to the business house.- of Abilene.  Fir.-.t publication will be made in tlie column- of The Reporter-New.. The directory will then be issued in book form, classified and alphabetically arranged ao tiiat the information may be had at a glance The first pages of the book wtll conUiin useful information con-cemlni the city and county in general, followed by a handy guide and reference to tlie busl-neas, professional, offHlal and institution.s of Abliene  There will be no display *d-vertUlng of any kind in the Directory Book AU typ»‘ will be uniform, alplxabetically arranged as to clifcssiftcation and name.  These directory book* wUl be given general free distribution.  A nominal listing charge of $3.50 is being mitde for including vour card in this work. No personal soUcltatioh will be made, however, an invltaMon will be extende(.l to you by telephone to co-otxrate in geUing out this represeniRiive riiortory  If .sour name is not Iwicd In ilie Tcl<f'.;'hone Directory aa a bushies leleplione call TUI to uiMU»' th( ir.-erkvn of your name gnd a rid re'  The Keporter-News  u   

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