Abilene Reporter News, June 9, 1938

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June 09, 1938

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - June 9, 1938, Abilene, Texas VOL. LVI11, NO. 12.t Abilene Importer ~J3lett)S "WilHQlfT, OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR JOES, \V E    YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES,"-Byron AtaociKtctf fret* (AF) ABILENE, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MORNING, JUNE 9, 1938.-TWELVE PAGES I'Rll«d I’fMI (IP) PRICE 5 CENTS Wage-Hour Bil Accord Balked By Southerners Two Conferees Hold Out Against Compromise Try WASHINGTON, June 8.—An Irreconcilable Southern faction held out firmly tonight against a wage-hour compromise otherwise generally approved, and kept uncertain the congress adjournment date. Whether the Southerners would b« content to vote attains- the new proposal or would convert their opposition into a senate filibuster, which might prolong the session, was the question. ELLENDER HOLDOUT The wage-hour program was formally approved today by 12 of the 14 members appointed in the house and senate to draft a compromise. It was proposed by one of the three Southern members of the conference committee. Representative Ramspeck <D-Ga>, and contained enough concessions to the South to attract the support of another, Senator Peppier, <D-Fla). But the remaining Southerner, Senator intender < D-La >, was quick and emphatic in announcing his opposition. Ellender is regarded as the spokesman for a like-minded Southern group. In the conference committee, however, Ellender was Joined only by Representative Hartley (R-NJ) In voting against the compromise Because the program provides for advisory boards. Hartley said: “The blue eagle of NRA flies OPPOSES RIGID MAXIMUM Ellender opposed the proposed bill because it provides that seven xears hence a statutory minimum wage of 40 cents shall be applied to all interstate industries, except those in which such a wage would lead to unemployment. Special boards appointed for each industry would investigate to determine whether workers would, in fact, be I displaced. Otherwise, the scheme called for a rigid and unchangeable rate of 25 cents the first year and 30 cents 4he second. Dunn# the .succeeding five years the industrial boards, under an administrator in the labor department, would fix the wage to be paid bv each industry at some , point from to 40 cent*. The ad-mlnlstrator would be instructed to advance the scale to 40 cents as rapidly as possible. As a concession to the 8outh, the bill would provide that during these five years, the boards and the ad- | mlnlstrator would take into conski- BAIRD POSSE FINDS MISSING CHILD UNHURT BAIRD, June 8— (Spl> — Seven-year-old Juanita Galloway, daughter of a California tourist couple, was object of more than an hour’s search this afternoon in the wooded, snake-infested area between Baird and Putnam. The child strayed away while other members of her party napped after a roadside lunch. Her track led to a deep hole in nearby Mexia creek. TTiey were found as the tourist* rolled up their pallets. Galloway sounded an alarm which drew searchers from both Baird and Putnam. Cowboys shed boots for more comfortable hiking shoes and farmers abandoned their combines. Sheriff R. L. Edwards headed an impromptu posse of more than IOO men. It was feared the small girl had drowned. Firemen were ready to sound their siren in Baird for mote searchers when word came that Juanita had been found two and a half miles south of the spot from which she wandered. She was discovered by R B. Robinson of Putnam, st the farm home of Jesse Price. It is about IO 1-2 miles southeast of Baird. How far the child's circuitous path had taken the searchers were unable to learn. She was still too frightened to talk when the California party resumed its Journey to Houston. The hunt, covering approximately lo square miles, was spurred by a black cloud. A driving rain began falling soon after Juanita was found. Mr, and Mrs. I C. Galloway, whose home is in Lindsay, calif., stopped for lunch about I o'clock at the Mexia creek crossing, eight miles east of here. Two other children, one an infant, and two more women members of the party were resting when Juanita disappeared. Thompson Due Here Tomorrow Senate Speeds Politico-Relief Investigation Court Bill Foe, Senator Tydings Maneuver Leader WASHINGTON. June 8. —(#\— Ten senators sponsoring a resolution for an investigation of any use of WPA funds for political purposes succeeded today In a parliamentary maneuver intended to hasten action on It and confidently predicted its eventual approval. At the request of Senator Tydings (D-Md), the resolution was taken from the senate appropriations committee and referred to the audit committee, of which he is a member. WOULD SPEND $10,000 Tj dings and nine others introduced the resolution, under ivhich a three-member senate committee would be stt up to hear any allegations that work relief had been so administered as to “intimidate, coerce or influence” WPA workers. The resolution would provide 110.030 for the investigation. Members of the audit committee tentatively arranged a meeting for tomorrow. The Maryland senator is one of the foes of the president’s court i bill who has opposition in the pri-, mary from a candidate understood to be favored by some of Roosevelt's advisers. Some administration supporters said a new investigating committee would be unnecessary' because the senate already has appointed a committee to study senatorial campaign expenditures, but Chairman Sheppard (D-Tex) of the existing committee said he could see "no reason for conflict’’ between the two groups. President Appeals For WPA Fund Hike WASHINGTON. June 8. —(,?V- ACCOMPANIED BY LIGHTNING— Rain, Hail Boost Moisture Total COURSING FROM NORTHWEST CLOUD LOOSES 1.61 INCH HERE 'REDS HAD BETTER TAKE FIRST SHIP BACK TO RUSSIA' Despite Pelting Hail, Storm Causes Only Minor Damage; Firemen Called CTojm1* following a northw'est-to-southeast course acrass Central . \ TPxas l*M night add*<l 161 inches to Abilene’* already bulging rainfall total for 1938.    *    1 1 o •roTliea Reflation, measured in two herd showers between 7 md 8.30 oclock, was accompanied by a heavy electrical display and pelting No serious damage was reported in Abilene although the diaturb- ijance ca usee acme trouble. At the Atkin.-on drug store, 102 Chestnut, wind and hail knocked a sign loose, causing a short. A short in an electric motor w'a* reported at the Abilene Steam Laundry, pro- j   ——— - bably ca’ised by the electrical disturbance The Abilene fire department • YEAR S TOTAL 18.86 The rain yesterday brought June's total to 3.08 inches. The year’s ag gregate so far is 16 86 only three , rain. t-ble for the section. From Cedar Gap to Abilene extending a driving downpour, and nltemoon showers had been reported from Oval© to Ballinger. Eastland also reported a heavy inches short of the 193V total A heavy shower fell at Buffalo Gap. Howtver, the IOO girls who That'* what Mayor Frank Hague told this vast throng in Journal square, Jersey City, N. J,, at an “Americanism" rally, Flags, streamers, banners and fireworks gave a holiday touch to the affair. In the left background is a sign reading “Ameri ca for Americans Only: Reds Keep Out," The crowd was estimated at 175,000 by Hugh J. Kelly, secretary to Oo‘v. A Harry Moore. * * * Bomb Toll Rises Newark Friends In Canton Smoke Cheer Thomas •To date No rain was reported at Sweetwater.    Anson or Stamford before midnight. IMS' 1927 1928 1929! 1930 1931 1932 19331 1*34 1935 193# 1937!_193# ’ 1441    M'    .23;    .41'    SS:    192,    I MI    .341    .34!    .Sat’ .901    .901    1.49 T. I    2.21    .78    1.401    0#    2.S4!    3.13)    1.41 ,ftj    2.93    ,12    .03)    I 23 3.93.    99    43    2 72    .97    1.12    IO)    .70    3 23!    .39    .    94    1.34,    2 83 3,86    3.S7    .931    MS    2.23J    2.13    2.47    43    2.81    1.65    4.091    1,18    1.82 2 #3    .78    12.03    4.22    5 39    1,14 IO 99    7.85    1.45    *.40    2.73    2.14'    * #1 31.30 19 4i> 29 fi* 19.11 26.86 28 46 49.41 17.72 13 41 29 42 22.95 19 86 *3.OS S. 78    .89    2    32|    .13!    1.73!    1 22    4    13    .32    46    5    16    .OI1    2.321 2 66    LSM    2.05    .64    .47    2 21    4    491    .94    .32    1    73    2.09    22 1 42    .66    .5    61!    .05-    .59    .31!    4    03    .*<y    .15    .37'    .12    3.341 45    5 89    54    4.37    4 85    09    10    53    .40    86    6    22    T.32    1 52! 2 22    .71    1 52    3 28    6    25 10    21    .34!    39    ,18    2.25 2 42    2.70 .68    T. |    49    .SO!    1.33    3    49    OI    2.70    2 45    I 191    .62    .90    _ Mi 8.69 .93    .14    2.43!    1.99)    4.32!    1.841    .391    -49i    .77,    2    89    *16    86 United States Consul Protests Raid On American University; 8,000 Dead Socialist Leader Visits City Hall To Describe Riot are at the annual Girl Reserve encampment there were safe from harm, it wa? reported. At Roby a heavy rain fell. Baird had an inch and a half rain at 8 o'clock with moisture still fall-    __ ing. The Reporter-News corre-i STAMFORD. June 8.—<Spl.)—L. spondent said that the rain was H. Reed. Stamford insurance sales-I cavy in the southwest, and light in I man. was seriously injured today in ihe south. A heavy rain was re- an automobile accident near Albany Salesman Breaks Legs In Car Crash Overshiner Heads purpose in the spending-lending bill of more than 83,500.000,000. The Countv SunnnrtprQ house vot^d the sum. for ^e *rst v^uurny aupporrers ^en months of the next fiscal Of Commissioner j-ear Later, the senate, with adminis-E, M. Overshiner's election as Nation approval, increased the fig-eration local living costs, prevailing i chairman of Taylor county forces >ure t0 •1.825,000,000. The preside# of pay and other factors Elev- I marked completion of arrange-    in    a    le^r    t?®peaicer    Bank- en years after passage, however, ments Wednesday for the opening    ?    y    j    a(    ^ only an absolute showing that un-|0f Ernest O. Thompson s West    be    approved    also    by- employment would result could ex- Texas campaign for governor Over-    conferees,    who    will    begin    to- cuse an industry from paying 40 shiner was chosen at a luncheon ™orr(>*    of    reconciling    dif- cent*.    given by Abilene supporters of the    t7*.e    senat® on the After approving this formula, the j candidate.    b18 l^wnng-apendinf measure, conferees decided upon inax.mum _.    '    ,    .    .    _    —-—----- ~ Wheot Formers To h&ttStta - -    Mect Here Tod°y    I __________  ,  CANTON, june 9.—(Thursday)——Unrelenting Japanese bombard - President Roosevelt appealed    to    °* tb*s °nc«-prosptxous    South    China metropolis has started huge legislators today    to add $175,000,000    f    s,    cnPPled lbe    city's    utilities,    and pushed the toll of dead and into a pending    appropriation    for    Jurcd    above 8-000. WPA relief. He based his plea on Twenty-five Japanese planes struck at Canton last night in the third widespread unemployment,    rald of the day and the second successive night raid in 12 days of bom- Originally, he asked that congress    ^    hinting    in his ears. appropriate »1.250,000.000 ior ' the |- 1    ^    dropped    ”    VTJ^ 'oc’*,llt ^ader » brief visit Ka# °"eUTfr£r. a* I*"™ 1\m,rk'd, Cftr*SJ “ bis appearance here only four days There was no way of determining J ago at a socialist rally in Military accurately UM toll of dead and in- Park, when he was bombarded with jured in bombardments which    eggs    and    vegetables,    shouted    down started May 28, but conservative    aud finally escorted    out    of    town    un- estimates before last night s raid der police protection were that 3.(XX) had been killed and J    „    .    .    , , „ 5.000 wounded.    Police    were on hand today but ported at Putnam. HEAVY TO CEDAR GAP A high wind with little hail ae on the Albany-Abilone highway. An Albany ambulance brought him to Stamford hospital late today. Both legs were broken and other injuries. NOWARK N J June Ii -g’i— companied en .81-Inch rain at Clyde. ;3i extent of which could not be orhTi.t    a,CTem.u^    ;    A    hard    .aln    fell    al    Ballinger. At Reamed, were interned. a tifvoml plea to the rite father, Coleman there was a three-quarter- It was believed that he lost con- L,dTc7t « -h chelr, of    , h Wrr. ! lr.rH rain. accompanied by lightning ; trot of his car when a tire blew out. iud left wt.h cheers of sympathisers <nd ttund,r A*^uk h„, (u No other cr, ,erP involved and he ported in town, with no report avail- I was alone in hi* machine. to Survey Boosts Area Tax Rolls WPA Check Adds Net Of 24,984 Acres To Lists Tax rolls in 17 West Texas counties have gained a net of 24.984 acres of farm and ranch lands, the result of a WPA tax survey in this district, it was reported yesterday LOUISIANA AND ARKANSAS JOIN TO HALT HAMILTON BANK RAIDS Highway Trap Laid; FBI Agents Enter Search; Texas Fugitive Identified __    ...    .    .    .there wa* no untoward incident. A The American-endowed Lingnam crowd jammed into the city corned ti    an Amer*can*owncd mission chamber obviously was pro- 211 KstoraKe „ plant were I Thomas. He was cheered when he Af4r44«on v    .. ... nrtold the story of the Saturday riot Addison E. Southard, United s tn th#* commi^ion tnH ripriarpd States consul general at Kong (We-atioiTTfa^uti^    SHREVEPORT,    La..    June 8.-4^—Louisiana and Arkansas officers Kong, protested to the Japanese hrokp un thV    aa*    ,    massed    armed    forces    in    Northwest Louisiana and South Arkansas today consulate general against the uni- nnf of    a    drive 10 caPture    Hamilton,    escaped    Texas    convict, and com- versity attack.    ^ave foigo^nTey ^nce f^ht for ^ni0Mr    ^    r“ding    tW<>    "‘h"5    and    ^ SHANGHAI, June 9 - Thur.s- ^^racy or Probably a mixture of    Louisian*    state highway police aided local officers In search- day — -/Pi—Japanese infantry and j J _ _    _    *    J    i:*g    for    hideouts    of    the    robbers and .- Connally To Attend Ballinger’s Party Birthday Pageant Rehearsals Start . m    .    v*    iv»i    "    *•»’    tv    put    leu J CO Iv. A lick J    _    ,    . Governor Hill, state chairman of ♦    fumers    have    been    invited    by John C. Burnside, administiative aj    }>trf‘|}8thenKi    their    posi-    i    Michae,    Breitkopf, spokesman for b ocking roads in an attempt trap. Thompson s campaign, wa* guest *    y    °/    COUnty    offiCPr wlth headquarters at San i°„f a direct assault on stra- a group of war veterans denied they    number    of men rn the rabat the luncheon held at the Wooten C0UrjUl0U!* afternoon for a dis- Angelo    te^*c Chenghow today,    j    were responsible for the rioting. :    The    numDer    01 mpr m 1 hotel. Attending also were J. L. p“^s,onf *>>' ^oun,ty A*ent Knnx Addition of 52.352 heretofore un- Chinese admitted Hie Japanese Thomas also repeated his criti- gang was undetermlIied-Hunter, president of the chamber ,a‘‘ 0    iC PC!era‘ w"eat insurance taxed acre* and the removal of 27,- *ere within a few miles of that bit-    c.sm of the police, saying they w’ere *®rday ihe bank of Bradley, Ark., pan-    368 acres which had been subject terly*contested objective, the june-    tither “grossly inefficient or greatly was robbed of $685 by three men. of commerce. Judge Overshiner in favor of the mob.” Joe E. Childers, Thomas E. Hayden. ,„tParr *a,a that numerous point* of to double-rendition or over-ren- tion of the Lunghai and Peiping-J. Bryan Bradbury, E. E. Traw-eek i    .    eai    ,armers.would ** dltion are adjustments which have Hankow railways, preparatory to ad- I and Claude Miller    _s llssr<-- r addition to InsuraDct been made possible    bv the WP\ vancing toward the provisional    AAini^tPr I ikpnc — — -«•    -*    survp    capital,    Hankow.    300 miles south-    LMVC,,a i The meeting will begin at 2:30 o’clock in the county courtroom. The Weather Thompson will arrive in Abilene for an overnight stop tonight. Fri-BALLINGER, June 8 —(Spl.)— day morning he will travel by plane Senator Tom Connally advised. for an appearance at Pampa, re-County Judge Paul Trimmier today    turning to Abilene    Friday after- that he would be here June 29    noon in time for a    reception plan- for Ballinger's birthday celebra-    ned at 5 o'clock. Mon Senator Conalh will appear    The reception, to    be held on the    abu.km and    vicinity:    C    loud)-, probably on the morning program as special    mezzanine floor of    Hotel Wooten.    Witifrfd t hund#»r%hf>vi f rat    lodaj, mnif speaker    and will crown    the queen    will    be In charge of the    “Thomp- of the    festivities    at the pageant    son    for Governor club.’’ Other8 "plans for the    celebration    'T* *5>Pak at 8 °’cloc^    rFidax    t    vm    tiws:    cloudy,    iwai    th ier    piaiu ior inc    eieorauon    night, to be introduced    by    Over-    «h<»w^r»    t«xi»a;    Friday    partly    cloudy e progressing rapidly. \ ernon L. shiner and Hayden. The speech will U MEXic'Ot fartix cloudy in ward. COST U. S. $66,045 ‘ Benefits will accrue not only to Although foreign military experts political subdivisions which are now estimated that the Japanese had    m able to levy taxes on the 52,352    3J°.000 killed and wounded and — A Jersey City clergyman in the ' centVreT"there British Weigh Note To Duce Hague To Hitler ■ -i-eiu 1 found abandoned in the woods near    .wa    ^    , JERSEY CITY. N J., June 8.-tie, PUm    u„    and    th<    w,rch    KIU*“'ly    t*!ore    Prem,w »*usK.Unl James Meek, assistant cashier, fired on the robber*’ automobiles as it sped toward Louisiana. Last night a bullet-riddled automobile was found abandoned in the woods near the matter of repeated Spanish in- h»t warmer HIST T4\4>*:    Tartly    cloudy, local thundershower# in #outhea#t portion today : Friday partly eloudy. EAST Tt VAX:    Cloudy,    local    thunder- acres which had been escaping tax-    •' ( hinese    m ore than I /HK),OOO in    r.nnual sermon to the Hudson Bap- I This morning robbers got Inside    I surgent attacks on British shipping. .    ation- but aLso to the private own-    ll months of undeclared war. indl-    j list association s yearly meeting to-    ^ Minden Bank and Trust com- porei*n    Minister    Viscount Hali- prs of tire 27,368 acres of propert>    caaons were    the Japanese were    cay likened the administration of    n«nv at Minden La before open-    .    . -    who had been paymg double ct ex-    Pressing on    despite recent heavy    Mayor Frank Hague to the Hitler    mc time overpowered employefas    fax br?ke    short a    holiday to re- are cess taxes,’' Burnside said Sponsored by the State Tax Board, the survey has employed an average of IOO men and women in this •outs, action, according to Burnside. The casualties. Price, representative of the John B. * broadcast 'eve:- RaduP Station “"rth'^nur    ^ey    of    more    f.    in    11,000.000    acres Rogers Producing Co . arrived Mon- KRBC day to start preliminary work on the historical pageant scheduled    Saturday he will stxeak    at the thim.iern'hnwcr* today; i ri’da>    umritiod for showing at the liallinger foot-    *?ulaJLw^ly l™ch*on of    the Abl-    >•*««.i«> ball stadium that evening More    (#    ns club- leavin8 than IOO young women of Ballinger    PPJleaiatelj*    for    aptvearances at reported for the first rehearsal j £Pn    Ballin^er    ln    **after* Tuesday evening Others in the    '__ ea^t will be called together later I A1>J. cl __rv • In the week    Long JiCCpCf DlCS Printing of ticket* was ordered    pt..T„ today and advance ticket sales will    llgin. IU., June 8.—<^Pi—Tile open within a few days. Candidates I    p hluniber into which    Leonell for the queen's position In the    *ja*te-    88>    lapsed    361 days ago ended chang*- in ipnipvrwturr.    property    completed at the OKLAHOMA: Mm ti) .-i»udy, »«»iurrd end of May and was operated at a Atlantic Air Service Due By September I WASHINGTON, June 8- Pi—J. Monroe Johnson assistant secretary AM 74 It HA HH HH «7 H8 70 pageant will compete in ticket sales. The young woman receiving the most votes will be crowned queen. A program is being arranged for Hie entire day and night, and invitations will be mailed out this week to all former residents of the county In pioneer days. Special courtesies will be ext uiried all persons who lived in Ballinger and Runnels county 45 years ago. today in death. Doctors said he suffered from a form of sleeping sickness He fell into a semicomatose condition last June 12. 77    .. HS ... KH Higtirat p. rn. \r* » J mr ne HOI K I i 3 4 5 H 7 a a 10 11 Xoon Midnight TM KH btl 97 88 88 TS 70 84 70 regime rn OermaSJ and"wame<F‘the uV'dwit^aS'swll anemia” j “5* c?T?',of,.the    »* peace    and safety of    everyone of us    1 no    ooo    public    indignation mounted    higher here” was at atakn    i    with each new bombardment of an Th. p    i * n «*    Federal    officers were brought    boat    in    Spain, r. t    r    % L    * £    r>A tjPendletoJl-    mto    th*- case because    the    bank* are    j An    insurgent seaplane    shelled inihe    Noi-th    Bapitist ichiurch,    members of tile Federal Deposit In*    Lnd    machine-gunned the    small said the danger in Jersey City is not surance corporation D B.    Fletcher,    Britksh-owned    port    of Gancha    in   uu,u«un assistant secretary    c0®*nunl«“ **    PBX agent at Little Rock, said spanish government teritory today, cest of $66,045 m federal funds. Tax    P^>cted    today    that    p^ticall^    ££?    £Tw % SedTfo 2“^*° aAnSST bL^.    ^ make himself a dictator.”    Raymond Hamilton, was not a fed- !    oMeT    propfrty    30 eral fugitive    aul    Three    British    ships were damaged But the federal government, he ^ yestertiay. In a fortnight of such said.    was hunting    for    Char-**-    insurgent attacks—by what    many Chapman. South Arkansas outlaw.    ns    herp    bf,levp    are    Iu]lan    or suspected by officers as    a    possible    c^nnan.m^ned warplanes -    12 member of the gang.    foreign ships    have    been sunk    or Sheriff T, R Hughes    of Caddo j    damaged rolls and property were surveyed in t ans&t'anUc airplane service would the following counties'    1 about September I. IIM 11,136.625 ACRI N    He based the forecast on the prog- Jurors Indict Two Erow-n, Coleman, Concho, Howard, of tests at Seattle of the new , Mason Midland. Runnels, Taylor Atlantic lipper built at the Boeing NeqrOS In SlavinQS Tom Green, McGill oh. Menard, factory for Pan-Ame! iran airways.    7    3 Schleicher, Kimble, Nolan, Coke, “I think Pan-American will be    CHICAGO. June 8. —(UP)—A Sterling, Mitchell.    -'ady    to -tart rft least mail service    Cook county grand Jury voted true a <otal of IT.- and possibly passenger service about bills today charging* Robert Nixon, I parish (Shreveport) said Meek had I    Drot«str    to    Insuraent    Gen- 136.625 acre* of property _Us_ted in *    said;.    18-year-old    negro, with the murder identified one of the ^Bradley ^bank    ^■anciscowerefollowed by more raids on British craft i*r.i.vlmH?1 .ffS    *<■!-    1936 of    whlrh    101.059 acre* were Whether Imperial    airways, the    of three Chicago women    All were    robbers as Floyd Hamilton    and    an *. •* »"«i    13.    excluded    from    taxation. Adjust-    british line which    will cooperate    bludgeoned to death with    bricks    other    as Ted Walters    of    Texas s 133? VJZ'WX'    7V4V1    *nnr1*r    UHj*y’    niPn!-s made bv    WF a surveyors    v ‘th Pan-Auier.can,    will be ready    The jury indicted Ear! Hicks, an-    *rom    photographs. brought    the total number of acres    3 start at the same    time. Johnson    other negro In connection    with one listed to 11,161,609.    said    he    did    not    know    of    the    slayings. Itnlnfall for 24 hour# priding At 9 p. rn 1.61. Scientists Discover Solution To Prevent Infantile Paralysis Steals Sense Of Smell Lawn Sells Bonds For Gym Auditorium LAWN, June 8—Lawn school district has sold the state board of education $10,000 rn school bonds, voted May 7.’ according to J. c Raner, secretary of the school board. Raper, Superintendent W. T. Wil-and W. F landers, another trustee, went this week to Austin cl°se the sale. Money acquired win be used to sponsor a works progress administration project for building of a combination g.vmnas-Uim-auditorium and repairing of the present school building. CHICAGO, June 8 -(A1)—Two scientists, who a v*-ar azo an-Mhfntn J!. £°temlal p!;otPC,or aKainst infantile paralysis in a zinc it rnhhJS °n' wa/ned toriay fur(her investigation convinced them it robbed humans of the sense of smell. In children the loss, known technically as anosmia was never permanent, but in adults the ability to detect odors was much longer In returning. *    **    * *taJ^eXPrimenterS DrS E W 80111,1(7 and L P Gebhardt of Stanford university, Calif., writing in the Journal of the American Medical association, said that in several cases among adults treated njln J f so,uUo"‘ “thp spnsp of smpn has W yet returned after a petiod of more than six months.” ..T.hpJ Californians made their original announcement ascribing a high degree of protection against the poliomyelitis virus tc the zinc sulfate solution last June after lengthy tests -rn monkeys. They are continuing experiments to determine the apparent connection between anosmia and resistance In the disease in the hop*' that definite achievement toward prevention of infantile paralysis will follow. Stamford Man Dies ATTACKING PHENOMENON— In Wichita Hospital •■pi.'- Psychiatrist Describes Extreme Nationalism As Tendency Toward Cultural Homesexuality quartered in Spanish government I ports. Some British newspapers concluded that Italian and German fliers in Spain were ignoring Franco’s orders in continuing to I single out ships* flying the Union Harp. 15-year-old son of Jack fm Hodges Youth Dies At Hospital Here R. A Mr. and Mrs. L. E Harp of near « Hodges, died at 7:10 o'clock Wed-: orial hospital III five weeks, he had nesday evening in Hendrick Mom- Assembly HcOTS STAMFORD, June 8.-David Rowan Humphrey, 36. of Stamford, died this afternoon in a A T J    T    J    r    Ii    III    i*< orial hospital 111 five weeks, he had w As tendency toward Cultural Homesexuality    Mm,stc week,    i    Funeral    will be held from the | First in a series of three platform Funeral will he held at 3 30    Bv    RENN1I!    TAI    LOR    I a recent article bv a German Hodges Baptis* church at 4 o'clock addresser. “Tne Anchor of Faith in o’clock Thursday in the First Bap-    ?AN FRANCISCO, June 8—^—    writer, Dr. Allen said, showed the    this afternoon. The Rev Mr. Camp-    pod    J***    th0    sub-,eo    bspf;    by    the tist church, with-the Rev P. D.    A description of extieme national-    natlonaltstic trend in Germany as!    bell, pastor, will    officiate, with bu-    Rev.    finis    A.    Crutcntieio    oi    Vernon OBrien. pastor, officiating. Burial    lsm a* R mass form of the attrac-    "ft nian movement with direct rd- following in    Midway cemetery will be in Highland cemetery under    tlvP P°"er between persons of the    tempts to reduce women to the sta-    under direction    of Laughter Fu- direction of Barrow Funeral home, samp highlighted the American pus of breeders.”    j    neral    home. Born September 27. 1901, he was Psychiatric association convention Dr Allen said this tendency oc-    Born at Hamby the son of Mr. and Mrs, C. N. today.    curred    in groups of individuals who Humphrey, prominent Stamford    Dr. Frederick. H. Allen director    PrefPrred to surrender their person- farm family. Also surviving are I 0f the PhilarielDhia Child Guidance    alLtles to a c°mmon patten for the his wife, the former Mary Agues    clinic said the ohenomVn^n -ni^ht    Sake of se!f PCrPetuatlon *n racial Turner; two daughters. Mary Ellen. I be described as cultural hom^S °r *r0Up glorification rather than IO. and Wanda Sue 9; three sisters uglily    bomosex-      Ko    -i— „    a    j    ,    I    attempt    to    be    themselves. He suggested the narrower! Hr sald thp phenomenon had its Mrs. R, M Gary of Colorado and f irms of nationalism resulted from u saUi the jMianomenon had its SSL.t2! ut!""    I    ■: -r-^v    ISS individuals to seek group security by last night in speaking to the Northwest Texas Methodist young peoples assembly at McMurrv college. December 20, j Today’s program will be high-1922. tile youth moved to Hodges lighted by the business session at with his family in 1932 Last year 9:30 a. rn. w’hich the nomination he attended the Marrs school Survivors include the father, mother; the following brothers and sisters, J. B . L. Z„ Delmer, Deverl. all ^Stamford; and a grandfather. J, G. Rowan of Leeds, Ala. making everybody alike. Yvonne and Peggy Ann. whom live at the family home; child was capable only of consider-1 and bis grandparents, Mr and Mrs. W. H Harp of Tve and Mr. and See NATIONALISM, Pg. 12, Col. 3 Mrs. F E Wilson of Lamesa committee will report on candidates for 1938-39 officers. Assembly leaders last night w’ere still planning for a picnic today— of provided the weather permits. The group plans to leave the college at 1:30 p. rn. and drive to the old settler’s reunion grounds at Buffalo Gap.    ® <s> ;

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