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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1938, Abilene, Texas                               Sbtlette Reporter -WITHOUT, OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES, W E SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT VOL LVIM, NO. 9. (AT> ABILENE, TEXAS. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 6, 1938-TEN PAGES. Catted (CP) PRICE 5 CENTS KIDNAPED I Wildcat Opens New Oil Poo! Near Hamby AFTER 10-MIHUTE FLIGHT OVER TERRITORY By The AP Feature Service. Six children have oeen j in major kidnaping cases since the j kidnap-murder the Lindbergh babv in 1932. The record: French Turn Back Invading Air Fleet MARGARET MeMATH, 10, was kidnaped near her Harwichport, Mass., school on May 2, 1933, held in a house, returned three days later, after a ran- som had been paid. The kid- naper got 24 years. Strike Swabs 65 Barrels In Four Hour Test j I Opening of a new cil pool near I the community of Haiaby, ten miles northeast of Abilene on the j Jones-Shackelford county line, was assured Sunday when L. R. Terry of Cisco and associates' No. -1 J. O. Bartlett swabbed 65 barrels of oil j in four and a half hours through j eight-inch casing on its first pro- dustion test. U. S. AMBASSADOR SILENT AFTER INTERVIEW WITH STALIN MOSCOW, June ed States ambassador Joseph E. Davis kept diplomatic silence today after his two-hour talk on world affairs with Joseph Stalin. x Stalin, secretary general of the communist party with no official title in Soviet Russia's government, disclosed the inter- view in a rare communique. But he, too, was careful to avoid making public any details. Davies, who is to leave Friday to lake his new post as ambas- sador ro Belgium, said later: "I am very glad to have had the opportunity of meeting him We had a most interesting talk covering: the broad field of general world affairs." Davies was the only foreigner known to have talked with the communist leader in more than a year. Davies, called first on Mi- chael Kalining, head of the All- Russia ceniral executive com- mittee, and then on Vyascheiaff Molotoff, president of People's commissars. It was ascertained that the American found Molotoff at his desk in a long office simply but handsomely furnished. Shortly "after they started talking, Stalin came in through the door where Davies had en- tered, taking the ambassador by surprise. As Stalin walked forward, Davies rose and went with out- stretched hand to meet They shook hands without in- troduction. It was the only time Davies had met Stalin in his year and a half in Moscow. Stalin was wearing his cus- tomary light tan uniform and black boots. Davies was in a black business suit. They sat at a long table in Molotoffs office apparently the table used at soviet cabinet meetings. j WITH RAIDS' TOLL SET AT L500----- uled for tubing either late today or j Warning Shots Fired By Guns Spanish Loyalists Describe Planes In Second Invasion As Rebel Bombers PERPIGNAN, Francs, June territory was invaded again today by bombing- planes from but prompt warning shots from French anti-aircraft batteries sent them back across the frontier after a 10-miaute flight over France. JUNE ROBLES, 6, kidnaped April 25. 1934. while on her way home from school in Tucson, Ariz., was found 19 days later in a coffin-like box in the desert. No "ransom, was paid. Case un- solved. tomorrow and will take a railroad commission potential gauge im- j mediately. j Only 150 feet west of the Shack- i elford county line, it is near the I i corners of Jones, Taylor and Caila- j han counties but in Jones. j i SATURATION IX PURE SAXD j I Saturation, encounted last week, I was in pure sand of either the Tannehiil or Bluff Creek section, j i Only two and a half feet of the pay j j zone was drilled, operators having j j shut the well in until arrival of I j Steel line measurement corrected rQTientS depth to 1.592 1-2 feet, with eight- Afe Killed And inch casing set to 1.590 feet. Only 100 barrels of storage had been set up at the lease, and further test- ing was delayed until more space I had been arranged and the running of tubing for an official gauge, The discovery is located 150 feet i on terrorized city in two pun- from the south and east lines of j ishing raids today and Chinese of- section survey, in the ficiais estimated the toll of dead center of a block originallv total- ing about 1.000 acres. i l.oOO. Offset acreage was sold in spreads i Over bombs were dropped in to Ann Petroleum company of Dal- two raids, at and a. m., las and Wrightsman Oil company and according to official estimates of Fort Worth. T. M. Smart of Lueders is associated with Terry in al leaOT bmlcings were de- the drilling of the well. stroyed. HORIZON" IS SHALLOWER One bomb scored a direct hit on It is approximately two miles j the French-owned Doumer hospital north of a Callahan countv _, the Philley weH. which tested as a two Cnmese panents ana Japs Bomb Hospital In Canton French Troops Sent To Scene Surgeon Hurt EGG BARRAGE DRIVES THOMAS FROM NEWARK STAND Spanish government forces on the other side of the border j seemed sure they were insurgent craft. I Spanish government anti-aircraft batteries at Pulgeerda j fired 100 shots at the planes j I as they crossed hack into Spain. j Apparently there were no but shells burst close to CANTON. China, June Japanese warplanes rained bombs small producer last year and was wounding a French surgeon and later drilled into water and aban- j many Chinese. One side of the coned after Deepening further. j building was blown out. (The French Small production on the Tavlor- _ I Callahan county line and near' the j ambassador at Tokyo protested tne Taylor-Jones county line had been i 1 'developed "or Dunn'di The new' raids lifted to and the Flagstaff OH company, but the new well is from a snallower thoritative estimates of dead and l woundea since May 28, wnen Japan j GEORGE WEYERHAEUSER, 9, was seized as he was walking home from school in Tacoma. Wash.. May 24. 1935. Sept in a closet in a hideaway house, he returned June 1 after pay- ment of S200.0GQ. Three were jailed. horizon. j Terry said Sunday that- he had i began a crushing series of raids on j originally scheduled the test for this south China metropolis, through j drilling to 3.200 feet if necessary, j which a large part of China's war j and that a deep hole will likely be J supplies from abroad enter. It was drilled in that area. He said a j the tenth successive day Canton or j north offset will be started upon i its environs had been bombed. i Heavy toll was taken today by: bombs which plunged into the i houseboat community on the Pearl! river bridge. French authorities rushed French i colonial infantry from their con- j cession on Shameen island to Dou- 1 completion of the No. 1 Bartlett. i------------------------------------------ School Again For 85 Boys And Girls June didn't bring vacation for 85 Abilene youngster school again today. i., t WWit CtitW-U, VVti 1ft JXiC macadam road in front of the hos- vacation lor So; mer hospital, around which barri- started to cades were erected. Corpses were strewn over the wide' who will be joined on the teaching y C. B. Ford, Mabel Reeves street outside a Red Cross unit next! j door to the hospital. i Others were placed outside the i squaoron. i EVADE BATTERY j Yesterday's raid, in which bombs j were dropped on French territory, j also was made by nine unmarked gray planes. Tod'ay's invaders first appeared over the village of Puymorens, near the Andorran frontier. They flew southeast more than six miles over French territory. .E. Assembly Opens At 350 Expected To Attend Session At McMurry guns ready to fire following orders issued by Premier Sdouard Dalad- ier last night, sent a warning shot j into the air as soon as the planes appeared. j The battery prepared to follow I the warning with charged shells j aimed at the squadron, but the i planes immediately wheeled south, i The bombers next were sighted j east of Bourg-Madame, still over- French territory. Batteries at i Nahuja, a little village near the j border, also fired a warning shot. The planes then turned and flew back across the frontier. Daladier To Border With Military Chief J.V-JPARIS, June Ed- the ann Jt conference win oa college's Presi- to young people's at I for "the t-ms than normal, Rule reported, with 100 young people on the grounds. At least 330 are expected to attend. Presiding at the banquet will be the Rev. Alsie Carieton of Trent, assistant dean of the assembly. Giving the keynote address will be the Rev. J. Edmund Kirby, castor at Rails. Boyd, Carieton all McMurry alumni A fun program in the college audi- torium will follow the banquet. A faculi-y meeting at o'clock frontier, accompanied by General Jules De- camp. chief of his military staff, im- r'.ediately after he received word I ".-arplanes from Spain had crossed jthe frontier for the second succes- j sive day. i Daladier planned to discuss with commanders of anti-aircraft, avia- uon and army units in the Toulouse border region all means of protect- ing the district brmbardments. against further "The next bombing error Spanish at o'clock jn the morning'. Also scheduled before classes is the first morning watch service, at o'clock. The watch will be held each morning of the assembly, under the direction of Mattie Sue Howell of Olton. Also a fixture on the daily program will be an evening vesper, of which Fred Day of Plain- view will be in charge. Eleven study courses will be of- fered during the assembly, which will end Friday. Young people will attend two classes daily. Conduct- Nonnan Thomas is shown as a veritable rain of rotten eggs drove him from a spsaiers" stand in Military Park at Ne- CHARLES MATTSGX. 10. kid- naped from the living room of his Tacoma. "wash., home De- cember 27. 1936. found lying in the beaten to death. January 11. Father had been ready to pay S2S.OOO. Case un- solved. and Mary Eaggett j nearby Y. M. C. A. building wnere. At Central scnool, wnere the ele- Edward K Lockwood _____________-_________ mentary classes are _ slated, there j J" "hen were 20 students registered W. D. other bombs fell among the tight- I----------------------------------------- Guiiedge Central principal, ana Iv-Packed sampans fa the river. are the leacaers. j terrible havoc. _ There are about 15 more stu- British Consul A. P Blunt tele- cents in high school ana five more a protest t japarese enrolled in the grades than last i consul general in Hongkong against raiders flying over the foreign quarter on Shameen island. No bombs were dropped in the foreign settlement, but the planes were said to have released numer- ous bombs over the settlement in order to hit nearby buildings. tried to address a crowd of 500. A band of 100 men in overseas caps shouted down the speaker. Police disbanded the meeting. Thomas demanded an apology, police protection for another meeting. (Copyright by Ralph Morgan from Associated Press) I planes make over French territory ing the classes will be the Rev. W. will bring them an unpleasant sur- V. of Aiken: the Rev. J. O. one French official com- _ Flenred See METHODISTS, PJ. 9, CoL G Squadrons of warplanes patrolled' the frontie: under orders to shoot i ii-_ dc-wn any air raiders attempting! WICHlta POlIS Man such an attack on French soil as SluQQed To Deafh that mad2 by nine bombers "of un- iw krown nationality" yesterday. The WICHITA FALLS, June Constance Bennett Given instructed Verdict In Suit DrowningsSet lncrease I Jury Impaneled As Spanish Rebels, ,nll, r l In iwtn Court French border. a hammer Sunday night, appar- Allies Near Break GIBRALTAR, June lee, railroad from Toulouse to Bar- Cf-lona and penetrated oO miles in- attorney, said a charge of murder 110 France before retracing their be ffled a man i course and bombing in the vicinitv PETER D. 12, disap- peared from a street near hisx New Rochelle home on Febru- ary 24. this year. Father could not contact kidnaper to pay ran- som. His the head miss- ing, floated ashore near his home May 29. HOLLYWOOD. June suit against Constance Bennett, the film actress, for S3.500 for a painting made of her by Willy Pogany. was thrown out of court today by Judge Jess Stephens, in- structed the pury to return a verdict for the actress. Miss Bennett had refused to pay for the portrait because she claimed Pogany had paint- ed her thighs too thick, her waist too fat. made her eyes pop-eyed and put curlicues on her mouth. Hague To Answer Critics By Parade Drownlngs. shootings, highvay accidents, a plane wreck and poison combined during the week-end to cause at least 12 deaths in Texas. Although week-end travel was at throughout southern insurgent Spain !r rrcord volume for the year, acci- were reported today by travelers j seven-weeks ter One powerful bomb wrecked elec- I trie power lines from trie plant at Criu and another struck near the rested a few minutes after officers making another investigation in the neighborhood were informed of the With the impaneling and charg- i k. Holmes crawled through a window and was walking when no- end -nd l v. 'however, fell in ooen fields and no t.iu eAecuuon5 a.nc named ounais of ir-" nrir? _ U1 li-c ar-Q casualties were reported. Chapman officially opened a j British Ship Fired of 104th district i In Alicante Raid _ The demonstration was termed by an aged couple, were killed In high- German Hague supporters as the "conclu- ana railroad Sundav. ivanco's servTce sive answer" to liberals who have attempted vainly in recent weeks v-ife. 72, I to make public speeches here de- nouncing Eague as a dictator. i See DEATHS, 3, CoL 4 ir. Generalissimo until Sept. 1. when the be reconvened. were injured fatally at thousands PROCESS SUGGESTED TO Electrical Treatment Breaks Brain Of Bad Habits omplaints to be investigated by grana jurors include three tnot in the courtyard of the mili- charging child desertion, one wife tary barracks. j By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE i Associated Press Sciene Editor SAN FRANCISCO. June The use of electricity to train a disordered brain''so that its impul- tentials of a few millionths of a i with individuals. But it always lay I volt each. It flows from a normal I '-n or-e of two section? of the brain. brain at the rate of ten waves- a ses return to the mental pathways j tics "'puse' of sanity was suggested to the I regular. second. From the brains of epiiep- jjns: t-ne senses. One was the area vhich goverr. movement; the other that control- Davisson Files For Lieutenant-Governor c'esertion, four driving crur.k, one with firearms. :VN-O assault to murder, ar.d one U. S. Outgo Passes dents on city streets highways reaching Gabraltar.' court 
                            

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