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   Corpus Christi Times (Newspaper) - May 24, 1928, Corpus Christi, Texas                              CAM LARGEST HOME DELIVERED ANT NEWSPAPER IN THR HIGHGULP COAST TWELVE PAGES TODAY VOLUME 16NUMBER 254 CORPUS TEXAS MAY Ot n FOG CAUSES CRASH OF LINERS NOTES i Backers Among State Delegates i f rides Four Vetoed Bills 44 444 4 4 4 4 SENATE COMMITTED 4 TO VISIT FIVESTATES SURFS i3 UII ti u BILLS In rf ill i NVw Y ed into each in Nf Clyde line riagslnj Old Domsjiiou liner h outside York By and a 12 were off iu a sinking BdoTr with vhe shows the tioue to o Alrea d y H a d Taken Action on These Bills News May The sciratt1 rode shod over four of President Cool vetoes but sustain ed Lini on By substantial margins it in creased federal expenditures by by passing four bills president ial They were two postal an Indian road bill and the Ty sonPit2grad emergency of pt fluItul a couv missioned rank of bandmaster in tli mil sijTiy after Sen ator democrat ex thtf senate stand by vru 4 International May i4 4 siKri jnurty i i In taHioruia md 4 My Virginia in 4 ptvsuUMu n twjjfiuii Indiana will viMt 4 adjourn Yin i ii ttVi idv VvY Virginia and 4 The f ill ill llh f BAii n IlKlf II IT I CONGHKSS TO RECEIVE 4 XlllV ADJOURNMENT MOTION i mm I BY UNIT RULE International 4 WASHNO May Pol lowing a til t SpcuKrr 4 4 tvlIMoscUUt tvo Til t sou of t nnMitwd vims i lailiiiK fur b BOYLK DELEGATE Delegation Not to port Smith at Meeting1 ntcioationnl News May Analvsis of of the which Jn of Texas will semi to th1 ieinocratic national convention at Houston next today indicated thai the supporters 01 liovemor Al fared much better than was at first believ will troublein n M j ii by tlui HfDult4 iuti iitriHkl i Iuts and ic hi1 IhUiuilirt i In all IT I itusi ji PRESBYTERIAN S BEGIN ANNUAL SA Radio Messages Tell of Flying Over Pole Early Today Smith hadtr in Hous 1or mUtuif inu iiiiiill ttc cms vent ion includes Open Fight Predicted Over Princetons Theo Lil Seminarv ANNOUNCED TODAY Hearing Relative to Matter Held Last November May The Interstate Commerce Com mission today indicated it would npt aqfcc that a single railroad system shall own the harbor railroad facilities at Corpus when t dcnieu the application of the Sn Uvjlde and Gulf appii for permission to take over the harbor rails from the county navigation The Texas and New Orleans railroad and the TexasMexican railways opposed the application of the t News Kings TinKalian exploration balloon Italia commamkd by over the riOrtlt pole iit oclock this liMe rorioru radio from hf P3aiv for Fight at Internationai y jn lias upheld iheconsu ky authorizing the of Dallas 10 establish a city carryias pensions An passed Dallas a city oui revenue tor nS iiifj The of these The bandniRstfr bill WHS T some members of the military rommiufe voted with a of including Norris srsslain the ator or Oon who sponsored he dodged the vote after having votd 10 puslain the president on all the preceding The bill became a law by the sen ales the yesterday enacted it overthe veto by a vote of j upon the ice as well to The bill will increase the j the cross which was given to pay of night workers in the ppsUl j explorer by Tope Pius A few minutes the senate a York jtovKrnors From of 1 disirifts will go fcHtes Whom the Smith fjutlon News llonry j Ahiv UuliJi f Sinirli Ilct r last his name d brufidv iind that o Senator of JMlUltnJ sembiy of ilie ch the Untied of Amcrica hsro tndav i by The nailonal Hag of Italy and the municipal flag of Milan were dropped On account of weather conditions tio atterapt was made to laud at the Uw balloon was A bforc th1 Wir2 called to confer Oovcriiur during rho ihfstorm ovtr inunEar of ins tiie uatifiual hearing rhy opeuhiji both on iheir hfftlrf and refuseu to furl as being bound I by the uuit will vote for Jovtruor Smiths U rs uii facttouH agieed that the states delega tion probably will cast one ballot for j the New YorSt Kovernors nomination i he usual is for a of ap JiiisieiH and lay life on ihe botl iovii proxIuiaUilv ii ni1 ii virtually siMUion fScii nifiijy foreign ctinitri AiMr preme of stalei this Mimh to is th su in as is ine the NftWS May stingisg ot relief bill and theiKiHtkal effecrt thereof wias in It turns the Middle Al if KernertHoover the puhiican nominee ss the more radical the MidWes graiij v4ilt does nothing oi tbe ported fiieir E sijvn Tlv Wfit laaditlOGally Republicsn and rt And if losses are sus lained there will Ie made up by gains in otusr secfiDss tbe action is untlerstooa apd lii ihese tvo extremes tie and heavy two or poliiiciaz5 i passed the bill granting extra allow I Alices to fourthclass posimaste Lover Uie presidents vetoby avote ot 83 to This bill to so the senate a bill wo the government in farnisai light And to th baUoon for twO hoars over the north tearillff on lie tourllwiassrastmastera pole to enable two scientists of the of Uie natioual linJted Stitios tire empowered to Iciiislj churches with a total nitiflltcr ship of Thy initial meeting was in tftfi church with R serniort by Robert Speer the retiring atul head oi the lKard or loreign which fOjlGWiri It had planned to station theedil3g tjial Vexas stind at Hmiaioi to make a landing upon ice floe If i also that the papal seiiate then passed the Odd1 Indian roads bill over the the veto by a vote of 57 It provides also that the papal cross ftiad of a year to builf be planted in the ice with ap1 jnternationafNews good roads reservatnns propriate religious Both of Kast fair Uy i Vfju oilier undeveloped sovernnie J these plans failed owing to the f 1 The bill nnist still be acted s favorably atmospheric West Tonight and partly I upon by the 1 cSoudy with probable local showers in extreme western assemblage will be the election of a new thfi chief officer j the whose term endures for ContlnuM On Page Two The onniierce today UnJeiJ the of San IvahU lijid Juif milroud or authority io operate solely the port terniiiitil railroatl facilities of the Nuoces County Naviga tion 1 at Corpus according to an Inter natjonal News Service disjiatch received by A hearing relative to the sub ject was held in the ffKleral court room here November 7th and Stii before ThoniuB Sul examiner for the bureau of finance of the Interstate Commerce the Pacific and all tributary to bidding irr their shares of Business ot thcf jpott A VlUiessen Missouri Pavinr Hut it sie inniMiuti of thiMr ruatl to switching taciiiiies impartfailyTjapJ ior I he Southnm j the fourth txr enact thvM TysonPiczgeraid ernergeacy army 1 iicers retirement liil over his veto the again had his objectipus The lull enacted by a vote of 65 to U mtisi to j ENGLISHMAN KILLED May FLiER BURNS TO DEATH Henry I May irwl chief Ogure in a proposed aviator of of coal j was burned to vas accidentally killed He and Benjamin MSOFlfAY EIMf PftIffDT wb aUUbui The Mil would grant the same rej horse which collided with a I is in a serious Leading Battle lor Measure lii Senate I to during the work s more taan 50 He was a in Ufee result of an airplane 1 News Service ear fight for The sis oC I A f if ta veto of the was up i wheft ifre senate fused to pass a bill creating Uie comJ rajilt of Vbandraaster in I army and The vote j which was short of ifce secessaiT 1 PAYROLL STOLEN May short time CR the choice ot breakinga or In right Wl7 1 72 j alter he had drawn H payroil j Jrom a bank this 1 PROGRAM WINS AT STATE CONVENTION AFTER STORMY SESSION CONTRACT Readers Still Plan To Adjourn Next Tuesday resiaurant i May There of money by thrift youths riding in i f Th fortrl tt ia sefsissr to bring Tvas hekl kidnaped and robbed 01 j are still three iacUoos in the derno cratic ranks of Texas Hansonv willing 20m4R SENTENCE ATSECftNDmiAL May to moderate is he farly Monday morn inr nnirder of Jm Hymati of ovc x ccvnX cv r Off v years Trial IlodrisiKz bwi a tnal Ott out iiifSn wnd an hour and it out the window state riemoftratic and the leaders of she the convention is tne fact that it reJ fused to instruct the Texas national News May decision I on the question of atteitipittg to act McNaryHaugen faria bill over the Presideats veto postponed until tomorrow ibe Senate agriculture committee tiie Q farra leaders Oontratt was signed tliis morning by Wood Sheman Construciion com Cor tbe construc tion of the Corpus Christ Golf atuJ County Thfe contract was this company yesterday board of governors of the Corpus riristt Country Hamon ftflfl prepared the plans for the 1 Accordfne to tiamfdiatply and it Is to have the buHtiiiiK compietad in 60 working TM fe to be cvf Si win be of low Tbe and eqwipjtteftt H delegation definitely against the New A Newt York The coalition May ad between the MooIy jonruroent tentatively laxU i harmony group and ihe Smith 70fh which worked with clocklike around In circles today rfour groups are further apart than ever J precision Tuesday and Tuesday night blHs vied with other for ibe Wednewlay fJovenior Dan program of Ud last night when Governor Moody irv candidate for a oone dry to the the midKt islative right of The tax reduoHon bill and ShoalA b51i wonhi ionn adopted afKr a stormy i a roll call on the inotioa of John Boyle June to reach the sermte of in were hurled while ijtood on chairs Jjowled IUH canes The from Texan to the national fUmooratic toivvention will Ut with fttnff ftiKtruciionw to vote for dry randfdAtc to Hiaiil ois arJJ ctmnotatlon Suudi fan inlay from wlikhjof San and made a plea to the delegates in his extremity to help him oat of awkward situation in which I am placid before people ot The Boyte motion was to motion made by Tom of the day tw the litmldor THim bin In both ih bill Houston to OR film C is the amount of balWtnt WHV awowrt dudes only uwintwrs of i and hitftiJMM WOjWSK tlNK Do voo now tftfl tifr   

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