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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1938, Abilene, Texas                                WIST TEXAS MEWSMKR Abilene Reporter OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRILKDS OR FOESJWE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT INFIRESIDE CHAT SATURDAY JUNE TEN PAGEsT PRICE 5 CENTS FDR Pleads Forjlection Of Liberal Candidates WALL STREET JUBILANT OVER BEST MARKET RISE SINCE 33 Securities Valued At Dealt In During Feverish 5Day Rally By CLAUDE JAGGER Associated Press Financial Editor HELD FOR MURDER i thl of J933 when prlcM the banking has the marketplace at Broad and Wall streets seen such a Midden and rapid swelling of the prices ot the shares of the nations leading The buying wave which has been sweeping through the market since Monday subsided somewhat after the biggest overnight accumu lation of orders since last October were executed In He first The rapidity of the upswing prompted many traders to sell and cash In their profits this and leading Issues finished around under the days best al though the close saw numerous net gains of tl to TRADING SLACKENS Trading slackened as the market and the days turnover of shares was under which had iel a record for The Associated Press average W representative stocks ihowed a jain of 50 for the which boosted it to highest since March up or akout 15 per in five The steepness of the ascent prompted some brokers to send out precautionary which play ed a part In the afternoon slack The market would need time to digest and consolidate such a they But there was a wide Incllna financial circles lo be lieve the market might be loundlnf the kneU of he busi ness slump which began year NO MYSTERY Most financial circles seemed doubtful that there was any mys tery underlying the They turned to the unexciting explana tion themarket had become sold Slightly better busi ness statistics and hopes that the covernment pump priming program would take brought a little and that sent prices up easily and attracted more Edgar Roilgers is shown in prison at Kansas where he fs charged with shoot ing a felJcw marine corps mem ber to Arthur petty was killed at a Officers said Hodgers told them he was protecting the hos Judith from Modlers Hatchet Death Former Resident Of Breck Under Bond At Monahans June Clarence Henderson was held In city jail here tonight in connec tion with Ihe death of Jess Bar formerly of Wednes day His nlfc was reported to be in their former home preparing set by Jus tice of the Peace Burton after Henderson hart waived examining trial on i charge of An Xray examination revealed two wounds and a fracture of Ihi skull caused by hatchet In vestigating officers One wound was on the left temple and the other on Uie left side of the neck arrested Thursday told officers he had struck Barnet with a hatchet when Uie latter had poured gasoline over the floor o Ihe Henderson home and threaten ed to light Barnett had been living with the Hendersons for 18 Investigating the case were Dep iity Sheriff District Attorney Bill Night Police man and Justice of Ihe Peace EASTLAND June eral was held here today for Jess who was slain at Mon where lie had been THIS IS WHAT CHINESE IXD TO TRAITOBS Bond For Future Hearing Is ReSet June In for feiture of a bond made at BalM by Joe set for passed by Judge Long until on motion or the The Bowyer and Doc be ord ered lo pay the at that time unless Tolten He Is under twoyear sentence for murder in he death ot Robert n the summer ot Home Town Rally For Davison McCoulley Event Attracts June Three thousand persons thronged little McCaulltr tonight as Howard Davisou brought his campaign for the office of district attonicy back lo the old home Mayor Kcwlon of Davlwns present presided for the He was presented by George Dardcn of A brass band from and Ihe Mc Caulley high school girls octet furn ished Candidates for Fisher county of fices and for the 114th dislrict rep resentative job tcfl open by Davi son made brief Speaking for Davison were Hie John Baptist pas lor George Rotan busi nessman McCaiilley Reggie Sylvester C nho Is n for mer school leather of DavlsonV Davis of Roby P Tty or of Rofan Collins of Haw ley Hamlin V Christ Damages Denied In School Blast Case June directed verdict for the defendants ended trial of a suit in dislrict court here today for damages in connec tion with the New London school ex plosion and the plantiff give im mediate notice of an Walter Harris sought 52550 from the Parade Gasoline et In connection with the death of his who was killed with several hundred in the ex plosion March The Weather Charged with turning traitor for the sake of Japanese gold were these two photo graphed Just before their execu The crowd in Ihe back ground cheers If the executioner dispatches his victim with one shot Jeers if he needs IN NEW MEXICO One Body Wealthy Heir Still Missing inrt vfdnltj por f tlcvndy HTST TKXJIS hundrnftoirrrl In mi rift and Kjlunlar ptrtljr TKXAS F10WFM In HorthMMt portion SKturJiy OKLAHOMA In north portion MKXtro Hunt For Young McCormickWaits Arrival Of Dawn June body of Richard 20yearold Albuquerque was found tonight in the Sandla moun but mystery still shrouded the fate of his mountainclimbing Medili heir to a Chicago publishing for Young Whitmers a deep jash in the back of the was Drought by stretcher to Juan Tabo CCC at the base of the and was definitely identified as night brought a halt to the search for I Governor Clyde Tingley and Ad1 lutant General leading the explained the terrain in which Whitmers body was lound was so rough and pre cipitous that a night search would only endanger other GONE SINCE WEDNESDAY The search will be resumed early The place where the daylong search ended was at the base of a sheer known as The An ambulance waited at Juan Tabo CCC Young heir to the McCormick publishing fortune and his left Iheir ranch home near Albuquerque Wednesday on a mountain climbing Late forest rangers discov ered young McCormlcks light car parked deep in Pussywillow canyon under the sheer face of the peak northernmost in the Sandia Band Blares And Mourners At Indians Rites KLAMATH June flyA brass band played and 600 mourners feasted on whole barbecued beef today at the funeral of 80yearold Tim rich est Indian on the Klamath who had decreed that his final rites be The body of the elderly In dressed in a rich broad cloth was placed In a golden casket and entombed in a gilt vault at the old Mas cnkasket cemetery on the res where every grave was covered with flowers lor the Closer Guarding Of Secrets Indicated June The army and navy may intensify ant expand their counterwplonagc activities lo prcevnt foreign spies from getting vital military This was Indicated when President Roosevelt came out in favor of more cash to detect and apprehend Baffling Slaying Case Reopened SOUTH June Sensationally reopsnlng the stranRulalion dealh case of and James eiderJy South Paris the Oxford county Brand jury today indicted former Deputy sheriff Francis for mvirder of the 67 yearold Paul former inti mate friend of Carrolls 18yearold daughter now is sening a life sentence at Thomaston slate prison for the doctors Dwyer was arrested last October 16 at South after a mildly inquiring policeman awaken ed asleep at the and found the bodies ol Uttlcficld and his The shocked South Arlington police learned Dwycr had loured six slates with the bodies stuffed into the Arraigned Immediately after the grand jury Carroll emo llonally pleaded Innocence before Justice William The state contends Carroll and not Dwyer kilted raid special Assistant Attorney Gen eral Ralph of Portland Sfc 2 Council Revises Bid For PWA Aid Including HSUs 140 HORNED TOADS POISED FOR DERBY TODAY By ROBERT Untied Press Staff Correspondent COALINGA June hundred fortyfive horned toads snapped at Hies today awaited the starting gun In the annual Coallnni ncd toad The derby will be tomorrow ntghl before thous ands of persons who will come from all parts of the west lo walch loads from Texas and Ihe deserts of match speed and stamina wllh Californias Irylny lo keep their toads con have Mnjetl Ihe counlrystdc In quest of blue grasshoppers butterflies o Itta After dark the loads been liken to Ihe desert for road work and lime The winter book favorite and defending champion he veteran entered by the Los An cics In Ihe special collegiate canlcr event al least five ferocious looking cousins of the mons trous Iguandodons of prehistoric timeswill fight t out 01 top Entries include Bronco University of Santa Clara Texas Christian University pskl Wow University of California Mighty Fresno Slate CtiAch Kimbroiijh of llarrlinSimmons who flew Cowboy here for the Un load comes from Ihe same as OH the horned load which survived for more than 30 years In A courthouse cornerstone at Scene of the derby Is a 16foot ring on a pljl form In Coalingas main The toais will be placed under a At a signal the tub is raised by means of a The first load to clear the ring Is declared For Project Out Of Bond Funds City officials worked long yes terday on revisions of an applica tion for a Public Works Adminis tration grant of for com struction of the Fort Phanlom Hill pump pipeline and Alter ation Action at the session of the city commission was the passing of a resolution segregating of Ine Fort Phantom Hill bond money for the citys part of the That was the estimate of funds which will remain from the 000 receivsd Uie saie Or the bonds after the now under construction is paid for after the lake basin clearing work is and after land purchases are com In the preliminary application for the PWA the citys part had been listed at this on the usual basis of a 45 per cent grant with the sponsor furn ishing 55 per new ap plication will list he various parts of Ihe program In the order of Im it was the city commission seeing no more than available now as the citys Mayor Will Hair and Engineer H Hoppe last night filled out the second set of forms and mailed them lo the Fort Worth PWA of accompanied by copies of yes terdays resolution segregating Ihe project In the Farm ers Merchants National bank and in the Citizens National The commission also passed a resolution yesterday authorizing Mayor Will Hair to enter Into n contract with Wtlty at lo collect delinquent The contract miy be lerminated on 30 days notice by either the city Or special delinquent tax collector for 14 was retained on a monthly basis his salary Increased lo per Previously he had been drawing 5120 plus 515 for car Holland Is to work with providing statements of delinquent accounts and othtr The commission commended his work of the last when more than in back accounts were Out ol the discussion of Hollands salary came Ihe proposal of Com missioner Sadler to Increase Ihe pay of the city city treasurer and parks superintendent SIO per Commissioner Lu elan Webb said he would second the motion it the secretarys pay would be set up from to an Increase of Instead o The motion was the in creases to become effective July The treasurer will then draw Ihe parks supervisor Sadler also had proposed an In crease for Steve Williams city elec trician Tom assistant engi neer and Webb had proposed increase for Jim street looking In on the insisted on pay raises for These how ever were indications being that the salary question will be coming up again Defends Right To Intervene In State Races Chief Executive Rebukes Policies Of Mayor Hague June 24 AP President Roosevelt virtually asked the people to night to vote for liberal can didates in the coming he asserted a right to in behalf of such in the primary con tests of the democratic SAYS PROGRESS POOR j Uncle Sams Affairs Wait As La Temple Visits Tells 01 Losing Teeth June 14 haired Shirley Temple sat down with Presi dent Roosevelt at the White House today for a heart to heart talk and government business took a dressed In a blue frock and with a red ribbon around her yellow called on the in the midst of a busy Roosevelt laid aside all other matters to greet I told him I lost a ishmey JlU out lasi night while I was eating a sand What else did you tell the president she was I was so excited I could hard ly He told me about Slstle and Buzzie losing their she and then I told him I had caught a salmon at Van couver Did you like the president very she jald and added with a told us to come next Hts radio fireside char he ex pressed dissatisfaction with the progress we have made In finally solving oUr agricultural and social said he be lieved a majority of the people wanted him to keep on trying and added In simple franknesi sim ple 1 need the help I can His claim to a rlghtto enter pri mary he based upon a that of the de mocratic party it was his respon sibility to speak in those Jew In stances where there was a clear cut contest between liberal and con III with out menlionlnj the name of Frank mayor of Jersey and vice chairman of the democratic the ptonle would not be deceived by anyone who at tempts to iupprai individual liberty under the pretense of is Involved In a court with in which ttit permlf rion to send itcp Into wiUiMtt frftra f REVIEWS the presidents speech was devoted lo a summary of the actions of the congress which just Although he expressed belief there had been some legisla tive he said the session achieved more for the future good of the country than any congress between I he end of the world war and the spring of He among other the crop control the wage hour the monopoly Investigation and the tendingspending as the sessions outstanding and reviving the great contro versy of a year ago he termed the struggle over his proposal for re organizing the supreme court i lost battle which won a he in one way or durinj the sessions of thU the real In the mea proposing the court bill have substantially obtain The supreme courts altitude toward constitutional questions hw entirely changed he and several lesser joalj of the court reorganization bill hare been It was the presidents utterance on the coming elections which attracted For months Washington and students of politics throughout the nation hive been discussing a demo cratic an effort by admin istration men to beat democratic members of congress who have op posed certain administration poli particularly the court EXPLAINS STAND variably in the the presi dent has said that his was a posi tion or he said As president of the United Stat I am not asking the voters of the country1 to vote for democrats nest November as opposed lo re publicans or members of any other Nor am as tak ing In democratic the head of the demo charg ed with the responsibility of carrying out the delinilclj lib eral declaration of principles Kt forth in the 1936 democratic Set 6 PWA GRANTS OF BRING TOTAL TO Winters Project Included Begins Today Spending For Federal Jobs Public Works Administration acting swiftly to get construction work under way put out erants ami loans totaling to states and municipalities today These allotments brought a hreeday total to an 055 and enrtpri foMheJime being the making of grants and loans for nonfVderafprojecU Tomorrow the PWA will start giv ing out the allotments for federal Officials estimate that when the states have put up their share of the financing for the allotments made in the last three total construction cost Ing will have been pro vided Allotments included Dallas Tex El Paso floor courthouse courthouse school ad dormitory 000 loan waterworks SLAYS LAWYERS Arthur Hansen was charged with shooting two McLaughlin and Irvtn to death In a Los Angeles WCTOGA Fete To Attract 100 Oil Men Of Area To Entertain At Bwood Tonight Approximately 100 oil direc tors of the West Central Texas Oil If Gas association and Invited are expected to stend ti informal gathering of the associa tion this afternoon and tonight at the Brownwood slate park club according to assistant to the lions STAG FARTV An Abilene headed by Wat son and will leave Abilene this morning for Brown wood lo attend Ihe The parly is to be stag Business session of the directors will be held at the club house from 3 to Motorboat and other recreation Immediately after the business meeting have been ar ranged by Brownwood directors of the Whltesidcs and Other entertain ment plans will be in charge ot the Brownwood chamber of com Ungrcn and Frailer of Abilene and Ty ler and Holden of Cross The Abllenians will enter tain at their new club home on See S tote Court Denies Cliff Slayer New Trial EL June Judge Friday overruled a motion of Fracis Black convicted cliff slayer of the 13yearold Marvin Dale B for a new Attorneys for Black filed notice of appeal to the court of criminal ap District Attorney Alien Fras advised District Attor ney Hoy Jackson ot El Jack son assisted Eraser in ON OPENING Flowing Dresses And Roy Bean In Prominence At 49 Carnival A milling crowd of several hund red persons wandered from booth or stopped to watch floor shows at the opening performance last night of the Traveling Mens association Wcrs Officers of the or ganization said that they were well pleased with the first nights at but expected much larger crowds for tonights show which will feature the famous Anson Cow Christman Ball Association members v e r e dreswd In cowboy boots frontier diy while of them sported side whfsken Their wives also enkred Into the spirit of the cflctralion by dressing In the flowinp dresses and bustles o an earlier The Guitar building at North First and cedar was air conditioned for the performances and stated that an additional unit would be Installed today lo cool the rear of the build ing where Judge Roy Beans court Is Slinson as Judge Bean spenl 3 busy creniny trying per sons brought before him by the various bailiffs of the Hli Judsmcnts were al least con Sce Col J Jap Slaps Wife Of Navol Officer June reaching here to day said United States Consul Louis Gourley Tslngtao had report ed to the state department a Japan ese sentry had slapped the wife of a United States naval officer named Mystery Shrouds Cause Of Blast VictimsRites To Be In Area Towns June Mystery shrouded the cause today of a nltroglycerin explosion in the southeastern New Mexico ol field which last night dealt death to eight one a prominent finan and sent four other persons to the The blast literally blew to pieces George president of the Albuquerque National Trust and Savings and seven oil The other dead wcrr well gauger der rickman forrest Huston and Char les rigrten the well shooter Ales shooters helper and Jack superin tendent of the Twostate Drilling Starkeys body will be taken to Texas for burial tomor Broughlons body Is to be sent to June Funeral for Charles killed with six others In a premature nitro glycerin blast at Thursday Is to be held at the First Christian church here al 4 oclock Saturday The Is to of Burial will be In the Colo rado Body of the 24 year old son of and Wigley of Colo rado was returned home Friday morning from He had re turned lo his work In the oil field Wednesday of last week after a visit with his parents Other than his he is sur vived by one Wigley of   

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