Abilene Reporter News, June 14, 1938

Abilene Reporter News

June 14, 1938

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - June 14, 1938, Abilene, Texas gttrilene Reporter -Nellis'WITHOUT, OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES, WE    YOUR    WORLD    EXACTLY    AS    F    GOES, VOL. LVIll, NO. 17, Auoelate* Pr»»* (AP) ABILENE, TEXAS. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1938.-TEN PAGES. Crim ritn (IT) PRICE 5 CENTS Donations Rise To Give Storm DOUBLE FUNERAL RITES READ FOR TORNADO VICTIMS ADJOURNMENT NEARING- Sufferers Aid Funeral Services Said For Thirteen Tornado Victims Clvde storm relief fund Jot a Is rose slowly Monday. Subscriptions in Abilene through lari night amounted to $1201.57. In nearby West Texas towns other drives were underway, bringing in donations that will probably double the figure. BRISCOE RITES TODAY Meanwhile, confused Clyde residents burled more of their dead Monday, and were beginning trying to restore order and return to work. Three persons were buried in Clyde Monday, a fourth at Llano, and a fifth at Ranger. Six were buried In the little Clyde cemetery Sunday.; while another was laid to rest at Merkel. With the first funeral at Clyde Saturday, the total burled now stands at 13. Rites for the fourteenth. T. W.j Br I? coe. school principal, will be held at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon a* the Clyde First Baptist church • The Rev. T. S Three, pastor, will i officiate. Burial will be in the Clyde cemetery. The toll reached 14 with the death Sunday near midnight of Briscoe and Mrs J. O. Baxter, both In an Abilene hospital. INJU RED RECOVERING Remaining in Hendrick Memorial hospital were two widows of the storm, Mrs. T. W. Briscoe and Mrs M. e’ Sullivan Favorable reports were made on condition of each last night In Griggs hospital at Baird, Joe Compromise Spending ZN    ■    ■ lommissioners Approve City Budget Boost Battling Suspect From Speeding Auto's Fender, Sheriff Captures Corn Likker As thrilling as a Dick Tracy comic strip episode was the fight put up by Sheriff Sid McAdams to capture a fleeing bootlegger Mon day afternoon.    x    .    . McAdams and Deputy Elmer Lowe were returning from Merkel when they saw a suspicious looking person perked in a car on a Dudley Estimates $6,000,000 Needed In Valuation Hike BIBLICAL COMFORT OFFERED RELATIVES OF CLYDE'S DEAD Double Funeral Said For Two Women; Husband Attends, Head In Bandages By MAI RINE ROE Job s words. “Jehovah gave and Jehovah taketh away, Blessed be the Almost stoic in their sudden grief, 'emily and friends attend ed double funeral rites yesterday afternoon for Clyde mother and daughter, Mrs J. H. Baxter. 75. and Mrs. J. B Estcr-ling, about 55. Both were victims of the tornado which swept through the Callahan county town Friday night, claiming IO other lives. Eyes lowered. 400 friends filed past th? flower-banked caskets, side by side at the altar in Clyde’s little white Church of Christ. All the while a quartet sang softly and the three min- The operating budget for the city of Abilene for the fiscal year was set up yesterday at $298,100, $5,000 under actual expenditures last year but an increase of $20,000 over the budget outlined for 1937-38. The budget hike this vear comes chiefly in additions of departments to the list, rather than in the regular departments, six of these being reduced under last year’s budget figures. STUDY SCHOOLS There is a hike of $13,000, however in the water department, for J construction of water and sewer lines, one mile each in length, to the Hendrick Home for Children, and a few other regular department I hikes such as street lights from $20.- I 835 to $24,000 This is in line with ' [the 1937-39 street light expense, which, with new- installations made. I amounted to $23,780. In its special finance session yesterday, a three-hour discussion, the j city commission also studied a sum country road west of Abilene. They drove up to investigate, but as Sheriff McAdams stepped from his car. the bootlegger attempted to drive away. The sheriff Jumped on the fender of the moving ca; and engaged in a hand-to-hand struggle. Deputy Lowe reports that they were embracing in anything but a tender way during a wild, 50-mile- per hour ride down the road.    _    . “It was anybody's fight, and I couldn t tell who was going o win," declared bowe The sheriff eventually compelled the driver to * ^Meanwhile a “customer” of the frustrated bootlegger appeared. Lowe took him into custody, releasing him later. In the bootlegger’s car w-as found a half gallon of home-made corn and two cases of beer. A few minutes later Sheriff McAdams and Deputy Lowe came upon a man in a clump of trees near Elm creek. They looked Into the front of his car, but found no way to open the rumble seat. The man showed them an ingenious device whereby the rumble seat could be opened. Inside they found three cues of beer. Says Lowe: “Charges will be filed on the both of them._ Solons Scrap Program For Railroad Aid Leaders Expect Final Gavel To Fall Wednesday POLICE BULLETS MOW DOWN MEXICAN GENERAL'S REBELS Ross 17 and Jimmy Ross, 8, were name of Jehovah.’’ were offered in consolation yesterday to sorrow-stricken f late*3, Lloyd Smith of Clyde. J. hie Clyde as family and friends gathered for double funeral rites for two    g. Malphurs of Haskell and J. recovering rapidly, but wert unable i Clyde to attend funeral rite* for their tornado victims, mother and daughter. mother. Mrs. Margaret Ross, Mon- Speaking softly to his former neighbors, J. G. Malphurs of Haskell dav afternoon. ITie storm left them recited verses 20 and 21 from the first chapter of Job. Some 400 persons orphans Their father already was had gathered In final tribute to Mrs. J H Baxter, 75, and her daughter, Mrs J B Easterling. The soft gray caskets, open and draped In filmy white, were end to end in the front of Clyde’s little white Church of | Christ. Sprays and wreath* of dead. Also in Griegs hospital and In improving were Mr. and and Mrs Ward De Spa in, A transient, killed in the freight I train which blew from T.&P. tracks during the storm, was identified Monday as Allen Reynolds, 38. Ran- j cer. Identification was through V.i.un fUlRerp-.Ht mea of the ue-partinent of public safety at Austin. GUARDS WITHDRAWN Capt. Frank Hobbs of the Nation- Grain Prires Follow Trend Rising prices of wheat and oats a1 Guard, six other officers    and 48    in market centers    during    the    past men, returned to Abilene from the    week have been    followed, to a storm scene late Sunday    night,    smaller degree, by    buyers    in    Abl- They had been in charge    of the    ien*. area since 10:45 o’clock Friday With the small grain harvest in i flowers were banked high. TELLS OF JOB S TRIALS White bandages on his head marked J. B Easterling as one whom the storm had touched, but spared. i He sat, surrounded by the stricken family, on a front row of the church. It was the church of which Mrs. Baxter and her husband who preceded her in death, had become charter members nearly half a century ago: the church where Mas C. Stephens of Perrin, stood with heads bowed. The sorrowing family occupy the front row-s, Mr Easterling seen at the right with his injured head still bandaged, (Reporter-News staff photo.) Suspected Follower Of Cedillo Killed By Machine Gun Barrage In Shack Raid .    .    .    MEXICO CITY. June 13.—UP1—Policemen'* bullets wiped out the mary of 1938-39 requirements for    ^    Qf B Gen Brique Espejel Chavarria today, the Abilene public schools, but took j    ^ BPneral his brother and a policeman were killed when Puebla no action on this.    »           »s.v authorities raided a hillside shack near Chlpllo village when they learned The school estimates were pre- the suspected follower of Gen. Saturnine Cedillo, hlmsr.f hunted as a sen ted by Supt. L. E. Dudley, who | rebel ^ sl0TPsl^^7eted the policemens orders to Espejel to quit Former Abilene Resident Killed estimated property valuations must be hiked to $22,000,000 to provide the needed local maintenance for schools on the present 61 cent tax levy. Last year’* values were $16,-000,000 DUDLEY APPEARS Mayor Will W Hair suggested it might be possible to raise the levy to 65 cents, thLs being a finance problem vet lo be worked out. Dudley said the school* need from the eity *”540 more for oper- WTCC Ready For Dedication the cottage. One Amaro, fell dead. THREE EFFECT ESCAPE Espejel and bi* brother fled from the house and, when the former tried to mount his horse after disregarding the policemen’s repeated orders to surrender, fired his pistol, wounding another of the 12 policemen. The remaining agents concentred WASHINGTON, June 13—^— The 75th congree was almost ready tonight to pass Into history. Leaders had struck a compromise on the $3,753,000,000 soenalng-lendtng bill. designed to stimulate the nation’s economic system, and had washed their hands, temporarily at least, of the troubles confronting the country’s railroads. Those decisions, and compromise on wage-hour standards reached by a senate-house committee over the week-end. virtually disposed of the major tasks on the program for the last days of the session, PRESSURE PERSISTS Several formalities, and odds and ends, remained to be cleaned up, but the administration leadership announced that the final gavel would fall Wednesday night, barring unforeseen developments. It was decided at a White House conference this morning that the problem of the railroads, many of which face financial difficulties in this time of depression, would be postponed until next session. A few weeks ago, legislation to loosen up RFC loans to carrier* was making headway, but railroad labor unions, aroused by the carriers’ proposal to cut wages 15 per ant, registered strong opposition to the legislation, and it was sidetracked. Despite today's announcements, however, pressure for some legislation assisting the roads continued. A new compromise was put forward. It consisted of an offer of a railroad unemployment insurance bill, approved by the house and reported out of the senate la bor, commit- at ions t han last year. The schools    0£nlng    Espejel    had    been    attached    to    the Mrs. Roy Gridley, the former Mrs. Easterling had worshipped since    U. Paxton Jr. of Abnene, was girlhood. Minister Malphurs told received $112,000 during the last year for maintenance purposes. Items set up In this year’s budget, not listed last year, are $10,000 for abattoir operation; $1,500 for parking meter checking (salary $1,200) the killed Monday afternoon in an auto- and repairs; and $5,000 for airport j ^." remains Is th* mobile crash near Birmingham. Alg. I construction. ($5,280.85 not in the "‘ lQf) Officials of the West Txas «d their machine-gun on the pair .....  ______ chamber of commerce announced Three others in the house escape, t©u*y, Ll return toe -.i.euiruwal In afoot in the confusion    union opposition to the RFC loan readiness for the formal opening    Espejel had been attached to the bll] SS    DOLE FIGl'RE CUT new headq    *S    followers    began an unsuccessful re- A    senate-house conference com- sneakers have sent    in    volt May    20    mittee agreed tentatively    during the ♦ni?    an en‘jmcf s"    the days pro-:    He was    dropped    from    the army as    day on the spending-lending bill. £^m    incompletely    mapped" and    all    of May    18    for    “presumption of    However, the agreement    called for gr&m i Comp j    ..    —.ii*    ««k«l I *#    I    t'AUe    Ars    tvL*r\    I    team« arrival of an ex- guilt of rebellion separate house votes on two items night. Hobbs was ordered guard* Friday night Judge M. S. Long. KRBC to broadcast the order, and 26 cent* for barley. by the time he had dressed and YIELD REDUCED    i    rlJfrJISS    we    -now driven to the armory, about 30 men On the Fort Worth market Mon-    * I    tn    man    hi* vers waiting.    day No. I soft wheat brought 88 to daters prove to man his help- budget was spent on airport con e ~::y_ • -inn viators from the area I It was disclosed today that Brig, added to the bill by the senate— - P* d    . '..moo    Gen    Be    rn a be Avila Rey Wells. Col.    $212,000,000 for additional farm Executive,   --------- the textile department at Texas major had been arrested, accused $32,000, from $32,700, this including Tech, Lubbock, will be the day s or rf be Ilion._ Ala.    $5,000 for chairty; cemetery, $3,600,    principal speakers. Other speakers Gridley, seriously injured, was in from $3,760; parks. $6,300, from $6.- will be Mayor W. W.Hair,    ;    Youthful Convicts a hospital a, Etmor, Ma. Ie an* 365. eiectri. 83.500. fro;.83780:    MCC.**.    TOIlthtUl MLieutenant - Governor Walter Honorio Vizcaino Huesco and an benefits and $1,000,000 for admlnis-Woodul and M E Heard, head of unnamed ^ lieutenant colonel and trative expenses. ' lf these items are finally approved. the bill will total $3,753,000,000. The bill. among other things, calls for huge amounts for public works “pump-priming” and for work relief. An item of $125,000,000. to be spent for direct relief (the dole) in cases of emergency, was cut down Brigoen R. a *. - -sr-*ITS**-** jss-h.rwr,.th're - “mt    K.v^i^    And Girl sought Austin complimented the Abilene to 93    «jt    ls    my    task    to    help those of home in Birmingham after a week- JJ^OOO from $18 710 fire $44 000 zation, and J. C. Hunter, president    mTf—RVTI , F June 13 urn— ara smss am    vs?    ts » •««» *->«• «con,-    «    —» the guards weer officials at Clyde. 3. Barley brought 46 and 47 cents    j^OVah    hath    taken    Mr* McDavid a* Fair Hope    $44,700;    stree’    and    bridge,    $18,000    r.Dresent the state as who helped them make their get- $25,000,000. The storm area is now under con- Grain dealers in Abilene promised hovah S*'* ™1,ehh° a!of    Mrs    Gridley until her marriage from $21,480 50 (expenditures last    !    dedication    p ug-arr.    from    Harlem prison farm Senator Adams (D-Colo) said trol of Sheriff R. L. Edwards of higher prices for “drier” oats com- aas* messed be the name of to paxton about 12 years ago was >™r $17,342.86); abattoir OODstTO*    JSJk    a^ Hart WiU^iu    today    were sought tonight by somP cities, hearing of the $125.- callahan county.    ing m from threshed crops than hovah.    Sityten^ McdHvW Shrift here lion. $2,500. from $7,500 (expends a 2^0 oclock and Hea. d ‘peak a ^    1    ooo.ooo    item.    were preparing to try TRIBUTE TO ROSS    |    that paid for combined cats .. ' t_J.obi    ^    t MriV this vear a divorce decree lures last } ear $12,195 >    „    I    „*wk    wdneJnv    morn-    Officers    throughout the _ state u> shift to the federal government Kathryn Monroe, disaster relief representative from the midwest dis- Monday that although a trict of the Red Crass, met with i acreage w as planted to county Amt Knox Parr said loser of material things, even life I early this year, a County Agent Knox rarr saiu      —    h.vin* bern issued ™*er itself, sustained him when calamity having been issued In February, and ■ • i    i___ J I I___I    Im    tin    oaU    eVt    a    ti    a    r    rn    a    rvi    A/H    t    A    1*1    H    — w-heat, came. Job’s faith in God helped in March she was married to Grid- torium, $2,000, fromJl.WS, JbuL,carried over res I ast year    K^-rri    at    Q o’rlock Wdnesday man- vnuuwa ““W|.ivu.    ^    sruu    ^    ine    jcaera,    iuvcuuimh Budget estimates biked : Audi- ^    dedicaory    services    will    be    I    wife    asked    to    be    on_^t*5*    I    their    responsibUity    for    paying    the him to defeat the purpose of Satan.; lev Clyde and Baird Red Cross workers oats and barley in Taylor county for a final survey o fthe situation this ye«r than last, the yield per Monday.    I    acre    was    generally less. *«r°”wrn VnDrcS,rrS' ‘how*™? | “•Thi. comity to this community Jock. and Un Monger, her elater. Callahan county chairman, and the >rar win do producer,      •    35    vpars    old    Funeral oats yields running from 201 gave all of the world a chance    ^Funeral afternoon. Mrs. Munger wired. county chapter for prompt, efflci- j with ent and effective work in the serv- to 60 bushels per acre—and posing of immediate needs.    ;    slbly higher in exceptional cases. The netx step, she said, is for METHODS CHANGE each family to make a detailed re- Wheat crop will be lighter, yields port of losses and needs.    measuring    more from three to four The American Legion auxiliary bushels on weather-damaged crops reported oMnday night that four to 25 to 30 bushels on better fields, truckloads of relief supplies had' Best-yielding wheat crops have not been sent to Clyde in a truck fur-! yet been harvested, however, nlshed bv West Texas Cottonoil Co Pair noted a distinct change seven .station radio th.*    »“'«• _________ing from KRBC. P411    '    .ha    maeSn#    The m-age-hour bill, moulded into VOICE THICKENS    I Her parents, Mr and Mrs. E. R. pail: buildings; engineettng.    Abilene. Max BenUey will be mas    ’    a compromise form apparently ac- ■'Let s strip Satan of any glory McDavid. ltve in Birmingham, as do 900. from 12 840; street lights, lit -    ,    ceremonies    and    announcer.    »«}•    smith    cepuble to all tactions except that of this disaster.    her brothers. E. R McDavid Jr and OOO. from 120 835:    water    depart-    , m, „aturel of the day Th' “nv^ were Jamm Omltn, p    wage-hour legisla- ment MO OOO from »4 7 026; airport, wffl M -re«nuUon 0( certificates L«-    iZv    Ml    ln    hon    as    a    matter    of principle, awalt- $5,500, from $5,000. the hike jemg of awards won by individuals and '’    t.k,    victor    two    years    ed    action in the house, and possibly See FUNERALS. Pg. IO. Col. 6 The Weather HSU Prexy Resting Well After Surgery for new roofs for buildings. Unchanged are library, $5,500; gas station. $9,000; employes insurance and bonds, $1,800. ABILENE and vtrlalt): Parti) rlnud) (tadaj .    t HIST TEXAS! gaudy, local thuntirr- Dr. J. D. Sanderfer last night was resting satisfactorily, said attendants at Hendrick Memorial hos- Littlefield, Brunson To Address Coaches MITO ay VV es I, iexa^ uwwnwi co. ‘”    I";."”'    today;    Urdn~da>    nio.ii>    rioody.    tend    ants    at    Hendrick    Memorial    nos-    DES    MOINES.    la.    June    13    -/Pf— “We want to thank the public for from commnmg metnoas ox oar- prttaaWjf .h(,„pr,    norlh Bn<j    p«,r- Ual where yesterday morning the Franklin P Johnson. Drake univer- ntributing so freely of supplies.    iZ    ‘Taut    tbaas,    My    May and Hardln-Bimmon* university presi- sity track coach and president of contributing   _____        _ and    to    thank    all    the    other    firms,    thresher    method.    Numerous v.u    ^ i    producers    in the    county are re-    wlllt, See    STORM    RELIEF.    Pg.    IO, Col.    4.!    verting    to the    blnder-thresher    vt    ^    k ------method    in addition to many small ox a» ai us won    xjtrrnv    19 Lake Victor two years    ea tenon in towns st the West Texas chamber .    mnnth,    from    McCullouah    the    senate. w«v    and    mnp    months    from    McCullough    the    senate,    too,    tomorrow. of commerce convention in Wichita    ^    lnt<>nt    to    -- free CUUVCiiUiUil Ai*    A*.-*..!* Falls in AprB- ^^^"^cCartv rob.0 and Claude Jett. 20. Atlanta. cates, signed by Milburn McCa. Tex serving 15 years from Harrison immediate past president, and D. A Bandeen, manager, wilt be presented to WTCC directors from the home towns of winners. They In turn will present the awards to individual winners. Plans were completed yesterday for a barbecue to be served tomor- county for rape. Foreign Educators Defy Jap Regime Grand Jury Indicts Pair In Cliff Death PEIPING. June 13—</P>—Two Am- Fisher Wildcat Takes Stem Test Saturation Cored ***«„• UV...U    «»«..*•*    »vi*    a.    ast oil Uke nwM. IKXM'O:    *r||,v    rlott.1v    tml»' Mud mi mud    or three    weeks, however.    It was an-    would    be    a    meeting of    the    associa- g    or    tpratmH    it    I    "’UT '    -i”    ---------- ------ .on,hr....i    nounced    He entered Sunday.    The    tion    Tliursday    at    Minneapolis    in farmers who never scrapped iv. utti— taSai    I    _.. __ ,_____M «... oklahoma:    Pmrtiy    cloud'. (hun<i*r-    operation    was peiformed    by »hi*»cr<. In Mlnnw »r«l portion today Wrdnradn) cloud', unvrttlcd. row noon in the basement of the erican universities and a French in dent underwent a minor operation, the national track coache> associa- heafjQuarlers building Hotels Woo- stltution today defied orders of the He may remain in the hospital two tlon, announced here today there tfn and Hilton are cooperating In Couple Charged In Insurance Case plans for serving the barbecue. Reasons cited for the return was the fact that by binding, then threshing his wheat, the farmer See GRAIN PRICES. Pg. 5. Col. 3. Ilangr of Irrupt rMturr >eMrrda>: n Noodle Creek 'Hopper Warriors Continue Campaign ROTAN. June 13,—Results of a drtlhtem test on the Forest Development Corporation and Daube Brothers No, I L. G. Bennett, western Fisher county wildcat, three miles southwest of here, wrere waited tonight Operators were reported to have recovered cores showing oil saturation in the Noodle Creek lime section on the No. I Bennett, at a depth near 3.700 feet. The test is about six miles southwest of the Rotan pool production from the same pay horizon. It is tile Forest s third wildcat try for western Fisher on a large assembly of acreage retained since 1936. Location Is 660 feet out of the northeast corner of section 51-3-H&TC survey. General Crude Oil company No. I Pearl Denton Casey, east outpost to the Rotan production was drilling slowly ahead in Noodle Creek lime today at 3,536 feet after standardiz- DALHART. June 13 A' An army of 600 men continued a four-county fight against grasshoppers here today av new obstacles were encountered. AM IS 74 74 74 7.1 72 74 77 79 IU NS SS HOI It I t 3 4 A H 7 5 9 PM OII St* Kl SS 92 SH SH SI 92 Dal- connection with the Ifational Col-las surgeon and an Abilene surgeon. 1 legiate A. A track meet J. D Panderer Jr. of Brecken- Coaches scheduled to speak on ridge, who came to Abilene to be technique during a roundtable dis-with his father during the surgery, cussion. he said, included Clyde returned home later in the day. Littlefield of Texas, and Emmet     - —    Bruson    of    Rice institute. Crew Reaches Plane Wreck In Mountains — 1, Ram In New Mexico n .. D i radio Resolution ALBUQUERQUE, N M , June 13 7'i—Heavy rains drenched much WASHINGTON, June 13—(UP*— of Nex Mexico today,    and over the    Tile senate today adopted    a resolu- ....................... past 24 hours caused    one death,    tion declaring    that licensing of p.    m.    )T«i«‘r<im>,    us and 72: sam* datr slowed up highway traffic and gave    standard radio    broadcast    stations •    >ear    a«°.    »ft    and 73    promise of breaking a    drouth acute    with power in    excess of    50 kilo- A week ago it appeared that the 6,g®.n*;ju twTtoteL 7/4* ‘    in many portions 0 fthe state 'watts La contrary to public inter- migratory hopper hatch was past, ---------------________________ __________ YOSEMITE, Calif. June 13 -UP— A salvage crew which toiled for more than 12 hours through heavy snow on Buena Vista peak, arrided w    .    ALPINE.    June    13—-^-Deputy Japanese-established North China sheriff h T. Labeff said tonight a regime to participate in political grewst*r countv grand jury today parades and mass demonstrations against the Chinese government of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek. Foreign educators considered the returned indictments against Mr. and Mrs. Francis Black of San Antonio in connection with the death of 13-year-old Marvin Dale Noblett. defiance a last stand for academic j^e cases were set for trial June freedom in the North China region 20 A special venire of IOO men was conquered by Japan at the outset ordered of the undeclared war. N non I I M Mull hi 7H ll nhf'l and lowrat trmixratiirro In 9 late today at the wreckage of an Chamber ain PreDS airliner that crashed March I on ^    "    J"    Y the storm-veiled mountain, killing For Own Defense ' ^TWa rof?icials expressed belief' LONDON. June 13.—(ZP)—Prime j lated spot at Agua Frio springs in the crew would camp overnight be- ! Minister Neville Chamberlain busily ; the Big fore attempting to return with the prepared himself today against par The Blacks remained in jail here, no bond having been set. They were arrested Saturday after the boy, who had been left in their custody two months previously, toppled from a 400-foot cliff in an iso bodies. but scouts reported today that in scattered spots millions of the i>ests LEADING TO DEATH RATE CUT were hatching High wind hampered operations today, drying the poison mash out so rapidly that it was not effective or rolling it in the j dust so the hoppers would not I touch it. BOTTLED HUMAN BONE MARRO W CONTRACT PNEUMONIA llamentary opposition arising from the bombing of British ships in Spain The elderly “one-man-cabinet,” facing a demand for cabinet Black, 25. a San Antonio filling station operator, and Mrs Black had been vacationing in this section. On May 27. District Attorney Alan Fraser said it was learned in an investigation, a $5,000 insurance changes, spent the day conferring I policy was issued in at length with Foreign Secretary on the boy’s life with the Blacks as Viscount Halifax and other aides, beneficiaries. Well Victim Missing NEW IBERIA. La . June 13 -(IP) -Two seaplanes and a small fleet of boats engaged in a futile search today for the body of Edward Richardson, 24, blown into the waters of Vermilion bay yesterday by an ex plosion that wrecked the rigging of Ing when easing was cemented at a wild gas well, took the life of Will 3.483 feet. It Is located in the H. Patton, famous oil well fire fight-southwest quarter of section 173-2- cr, and en Vied the arm of his H&TC survey.    I    brother, H. L. Patton of Houston. By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE Associated Press Science Editor SAN FRANCISCO. June 13— Human bone marrow, which grows in bottles In a medical laboratory at the University of Oregon, has been catching pneumonia. The pneumonia was caused by infecting the living marrow with human pneumococcus germs, and out of this strange experiment, the American Medical association was informed today, has come a new idea about a treatment that promises to cut the pneumonia death rate. The bottled marrow experiments were shown in the scientific exhibits by Edwin E. Osgood, M. D of University of Oregon medical school, at Portland. He invented the method of growing human bone marrow artificially. He uses a new and simplified type of the “tissue culture-’ for whin Col. Charles A. Lindbergh invented the artificial heart used at the Rockefeller institute in New York. Colonel Lindbergh's “’heart” keeps whole organs alive. Dr. Osgood’s “bottle culture" goes back nearer the origin of health bv growing the cells of which tissues are madp. and which sustain the direct attacks of disease. He takes marrow from the breast bone of living persons with a needle. It Is as simple and comparatively painless as taking a drop of blood with a needle. This bit of bone marrow he puts in a small bottle with salts, serum, and air on which the marrow cells can live When it is time to feed the marrow he whirls the bottle In a centrifuge. This temporarily separates the marrow from the wa.'te matter which has formed from its consumption of food. Tile waste is drawn off with a hypodermic needle and Japs Turn Ships Toward Hankow SHANGHAI. June 14—(Tuesday) —(/P—Japan pointed warships and troops from fallen anking today Mrs. Bobbie F. Smith. 41, of Harlingen, mother of the boy, told authorities that the Blacks had discussed adoption of the boy. but that she had insisted that the boy live with them six months or a year before a decision. for a 215 drive up the Yangtze riv- ii    0Ar*«,/icforc ines, nrovisionai More Postmasters er against the Chinese provisional capital of Hankow.    ___ In the path of the advance, at WASHINGTON June 13-- (ZP) — the upped limit of a "danger The senate confirmed today th* zone" charted in a apanese warn- following postmaster nominations: ing to foreign shipping, lay Ameri- Jack V. Gray, Rotan; Martin N, See BONE MARROW, Pg 5. Col: 2.[can and British gunboats.    I    Guest,    Aspermont. ;