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   Corpus Christi Times (Newspaper) - July 29, 1936, Corpus Christi, Texas                                H EDI ME riON Member Audit Bureau Of Circulation VOLUME 148 CORPUS CHRISTI TEXAS WEDNESDAY EVENING JULY 291936 SIXTEEN PAGES TODAY CORPUS CHRISTI HELD ML ALLOWABLE INCREASED JOSH LEE NOMINATED AS SENATOR Youthful ExProfcbsor De feats Governor Marlaml Of Oklahoma by More Than 105000 Votes Hypnotized At Childs Birth i Dr A 11Kanler said he hypnotized Mrs Leonard Luomit 21 dining delivery of a 10pound sirl at Columbus Ohio Mis Loomis and her child Shirley Mane aie shown here Associated Press Photo OKLAHOMA CITY July youthful former professor Rep Josh Lee held the Oklahoma Democratic U S senatorial nomination to than two years alter trading his state uni public speaking chair ior a freshman Congress mans seat Lee who successfully pit ted his oratory and ready grin against charges that ditclursed WPA officials tnVioiiiilj active in his hi hllf dclcntd Gosernot K Mu Kind by mnio than 000 Mite OPPOSED BY HYDE With 31iT PJeouuts out of t4ii in tinMato Kpoited Loen vote S7lfl3 Mm la ml 179723 li meet llwbcit K Keinililium nominee in the ln i tlitiinii tor tho M nato srat fnitn MIi blind Thomas 11 it tired In the Julv pwmaiy MailUnix dfiat by hee the nos fiiM Mm e he won ai innKiosMoiul it m noiniiilh i Kfpuhlii in vlsluh 1931 lifter hisiuscunlrol of his nif c oiporition Mnriuid still j li ts iv moi c i s to i vo us crnor GASSAWAY TRAILING ihijinas I 1 of the j wido brimmed hat and Inch JuKled HP patently was clofefued in NEW PWA PROGRAM LAUNCHED Smaller Scale Projects QuicklyBuilt Will Be Emphasized in Federal Allotments Colorado Father Held for Chaining Sons in Basement WASHINGTON July 29 Public Works Administration opened its third building program to day emphasizing smaller scale projects quickly built A newstyle public works policy was inaugurated by j President Roosevelts allot mcnt of for 333 pro I jccts in 37 a mandate i that ill must be finished in a year font lasting with fauch major as Xew forks triborough JJiuice foi which was allotted several years ago the pioject In HIP new program N a 4S3u000 courthouse for New j Toik City The grant is I FEATURES EXPLAINED Km lures of the new project liht as explained bv Seeieuuy In i tenor ickes PWA chief aie In addition to 4 per cent dona tion TWA will lend to help communities deli ay their 55 per cent shire of the cost Presi dent urdeied that all fuojpcts be ommencPd by October I 3036 icich a peak by the end of the yeai and be completed by October a 1037 The guv eminent specified that tellef laboi bt used evcluslvelv ufc projects appioved so fai Pre viously PWv had only 40 pei ron if its emplojes iiotn litf roll PARENTS ASSERT CHILDREN AINT TEACHED RIGHT W1LKESBAKRE Pa Julv ft Anthony Munley sought a tianbfer today from the little school where he has tausht lor 10 years because of paientaJ ob jection to his philosophy ot spat ing the rod The pupils in the little l loom schoolhouse at Lankan i Settlement aint teached right uiif of the witnesses testified at a township school boaid hparing late last niKht GO yeais old lold the if that Mas the wav the parents felt he Avould prefer to be transferred of the patents vaid unless llunley was transfened not send their chil dren to the school next term Bolt Hits Monument This exclusive graphic of the Washington monument as tmuE Mruek it durhiff a1 summer storm caufiht a Washington photographer TJQ dark stieaks m the rhoto aie nn unsolved jihotogiaphic mystery according to the fnited Ktdtea Weather Buieau The on the monument was yvu out ot opwtion The bureau said the tenscUi oC the light caused tho peculiar chcnmU reaction tCopjnght the 1obt 193G from the Associated REBEL POSTS ARE CAPTURED BY LOYALISTS Spanish Leftists Marching Toward Major Battlein North him hv i Kooil majorJiy j another tctcher j li Hoi en of who left a AVPA job at Knid to run Hissavvav lost after ienrlinc his in the Julv 7 piiniaiy in he attluted tion with his unusual garband a I Aeiliil atttfk on the jlsare the j vMiih pioKiim of Uie Lite cnatoi Lonif of I ouisMiia 1 ur of 14 childien Vifj was active in a moxemcnt fuither iiig buth control Lees poiiiKU rise has been moj tool ir lit rui his first lace two ago defeating the veteran F Swank of Xorroan for fifth dis iriLt Congressman SUPPORTS NEW DEAL Tie supported President Roose velt during his term and like Mar Innd campaigned on a down the TWO SEAMEN ARE KILLED IN BLAST ON SHIP Imprisoned Boys Escape Injury Out as Fire Breaks 11 STATES OMITTED loke said no ha id find fist rule for the petcentage of laboi to be employed in the new piogiam had been laid down All the projects alloted GIBRALTAR July povernment submarines fought two battles in the Straits of Gi braltar today with one UBoat believed lUnk and Another dis abled By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kineinment leftists has tpiuiiff eountiywide oC ehUHli teaching piopertles broke into southern lelel tionchokis today and marched majoi battles m the jiorti In a dcspfiaU purse of lit ene niie the leftist legime in itadrld ousted antircpublicaiife fiomfivil and military potts and anested several women of prominence Scenes of battli m both the north and houth woe drlaied WH zones in which militirv aulhoil ties are supreme money catned plans for 100 perl joyalihts claimed CIJMUIP of NEW SAXET OUTPUT TO BE BOOSTED Production of Corpus Christ Field Is Set at 8000 Barrels an In crease of 3000 X roio mi cent relief labor but Ickes sUd tlie 100 per cent requirement would not i Explosion Turns Gun Housing on Cruiser Into Fierv Furnace small brotheib chained in the necessarily applv hereafter to the biiCment of their home escaped 0jp piogiini Fuither study Is injuiy a made he indicated in some buist into flames Theifather Uoy Hamblin 12year old to jail accused of applying the chains I W H AVheelei siate humane of of the 11 states omitted from yes teidajs lit of funds alloted The 11 states are Delaware Tex as Michigan Maine Missouri Ken tucky Xebraska Xew Mexico fSee JOSH LEE Page 2 COLLEGE BAND WILL CONTINUE IN SWING BUSINESS DALLAS July 29 nations hottest college band will continue in the swing busi SAX DIEGO Calif Julv 21 A Ijieech block explosion aboard the ciuiser Maibleliead which turned a cun housinginto a fieiy furnace killed two seamen and in jured nine others It was under Xaval investigation today The accident occurred yesterday off the Southern California coast during gunnery practice Leo Steve Moranda seaman second class of outh San Calif and Percy AVil llam Coffer of Augusta Ga a boatswains mate second class The injured all first and second class seamen are John William Overton Jackson Tenn Robert William Opie Phila delphia Harold Vincent Smallwood aie Mill under study by the Piesi dcnt Thus ends trouble that flared i briefly on the Southern Method j ist University hilltop when the rumor spread that tho Mustang band known from coast to coast would discard its popular airs and revert to adrill band with march ing airs The 35piece band the twelfth man on Southern Methodist football teams has never failed to bring down the house on foot ball trips from Xcw York to Los Angeles Fears for its future grew when former members of the band hinted selection of a new leader C Conn of Northwestern Okla homa State Teachers College might moan junking tho niijjor portion of tho mustang musicians swing tunes Conn was said to favor drill and martial airs Tom Johnson the youngster j who made the band famous was lured to Southwestern University at Georgetown this year to hold a similar band there Jimmy Stewart business mana ger of athletics at Southern Meth odist and financial father of the vynp scoffed at reports the Mus tang swingers would change their style San Jose William Bradley Clinton Ark Rol land Lowell Curnow Stockton Calif Edsoii Lee Flower Colorado Springs Colo Casper 1 Hayes and James Edward Benedict Jr For est Knolls Calif Benedict and Opie were most se riously injured Benedicts right ami was amputated wben the cruiser reached port here Official comment was withheld by officers but it was under stood the breech Xilock of the broad side 6inch gun blew out shatter ing the rifle tubing The heavy charge of explosive enveloped the ficer the brotheia wue faj rjloje Virginia and cncd to a 2 by 4 by the chains Jng Anoiher 450 piojects imolv which were padlocked about their i f0tleml of UOOS 000 necks They are Wayne 10 Jimmj 12 An older sister Lois 14 heard j their cries for help and ran to their aid She beat out the flames with a broom Their mother Mrs Goldie Hamb lin freed them when she hurried home after being told of the fire The blaze did little damage to the room C Linea and San Knque in the sha dow of Gihriltai moved closer nn Zaragroza and hokej off supplies from Oviedo in the north con verged on Seville and Cordoba in the Houlh and claimed domination of the Guadarrama mountain slopes gruaid Madnd A docn lebel airmen died in en crashing plines The insurgents sent columns to the rebel sairi son at and to diue a betvecn Baicelona and Ma See KEVOLGTIOX 2 FORT WORTH July STORM NEAR WEST COAST OF FLORIDA Gobble deputv districi ati that Texas had received none tornev said Hamblin would be money allocated for projects charged with wrongs to children Ad Program because o a Wheeler said Hamblin told himj he chained his sons after he had j whipped them for running away j Julian Montgomery Public Works Administration director for Texas predicied today a serious threat to about 425 federal projects in this MIAMI Fla July weather bureau said at a rn informed last Central Standard Time today a tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico off Floridas lower west coast now apparently has attained hurricane intensity over a small area The bureau warned persons Jn low places against high tides and predicted strong gales possibly Program certified skU relief Ubo for the jobs gun crew while steel ripped the nousins fragments The Weather Forecast for Corpus Christi nrnl vi oinltv Cleit to partly cloudy Highest temperature Tuesday 9 l invest temperature Tues day 9 Xo rainfall woatbor will be favorable viilh modern to southerly winds tonight prniiilMy westerly and decreasing Thursday SUN AND MOON Tlusun rises tomorrow at and at Tlio nioin roso this ftfteniofin nt RiM find will Jl1 tomorrow wiornin TIDES POR TOMORROW pm Ulnll tld lit n and low tiilo at 70 p in at BUMPER CROP OF COTTON PREDICTED DALLAS July pects are good for a bumper crop of cotton in Texas damage from the recent South Texas floods not withstanding A J Stone secre tarytreasurer of the Dallas Cot ton Exchange said today Heavy rains retarded tho South Texas crop about two weeks but recent open weather has nulli fied tho damage Slone said Flood damage he added was mostly of local nature and gener ally speaking the farmers profited by the siege of rnins August was the deciding month and iC the open weather continues a good crop is insured Stone said CASE DISMISSED TSTIN July until he was ashamed to whip them It seems that Texas must reaching UUTiCane force on the any more j so the construction of all permaI Florida west coasc Iate today The Chaining them up seemed thcnent or similar located j gtorm swept across south Florida only way to keep them home and projects that require skilled labor duling the without causing to keep tlieir niotlier from worryi he sa id ing every time they weiu to the swimming Hamblin said didnt do it to be cruel and j now I wish I hadnt done it at all j The thought theymight be trapped j ina fire never occurred to inc i Mrs Hamblin defended her busj bands action saying it was the i KARPIS IS TAKEN any serious damage An advisory issued shortly before I noon said the center of the disturb ance was approximately miles TO FEDERAL PRISON j offshore from Boca Grande Fla at a m and moving northwest LKAVEXAVOKTH Kas July 20 i napei entered s convicted kid Leavenworth fed y today only way we could handle them j eral penitentiary early But it wont happen again I assure neavv guard to start his life term for William Hamm Wd you Wheeler said both parents were j nap conspiracy working ward at the rate of 12 miles per hour FIRST GIRL IN 78 YEARS IS BORN TO AMERICAN FAMILY ATL CITY X J mcr Joseph Thomiin one yt two bi oth ers jfe had ons and lohii AVillum had two Chains inn Ii John Jiad MO sons Joseph and John Jr Chaile and his wife had two sons when yesterday they re ported the ai rival of at daughter Dale the Tint in the Thompson family in TS years 16 PERSONS MISSING AS SHIP SINKS Seven Members of Crew Rescued After Vessel Capsizes in Lake CHICAGO July motor powered ship Materia1 Serv ice rupsizcd in the rough waters of Lake Michigan four miles off Chicagos South Side today Seven members of the crew were rescued but Capt CV Brown and 15 i others wre listed as missing by the Coast Guard The oil allowable for the Corpus Christi field this morning was increased to 8000 barrels daily effective August 1 by the Texas Rail road Commission according to The Associated Press The new allowable is an increase of 3000 barrels Top allowable for each well on a 10acre lease will be 75 barrels or a hike from 61 bar rein under thf old allowable Tha allowable barrels for each well nd barrels for each acre A rtfOI on a twoacre tract will hava in allowable vmder the ness ruling of tj barels and on a fivacre tract an allowable 4G barrels STATE OUTPUT CUT The commission fixed the allow shift pioauctlwi of crude oil in the state at 115749 barrels daily reduction of 15956 barrels under thf estimated production of 11A S07 hiurds on July 27 Tim new allowable repiessented an increase or 30088 banels daily over the allowable production of 1127843 bairels June The lAdoral Suieau of Mines Jad estimated demand for Texas crude in August at 1154700 barrels daily The actual production for the tat has avomged 217 per cent less than the allowable for each month of 1158 tho commission Therpfore tho actual daily pioduction fur August will approxi mate V7 yfv cfknt less tllan 11S 911 or 1132814 ALLOWABLE LISTED Thf addition of nw dill ing the month is calculated to bring the dully average allowable within tho Bureau of Mines esti mate Ihe factor by production of thft biK Eaht Texas field is de termined was left unchanged at 232 pir cent of the average hourly po tential On that basis it cal culated Kait Texas pioduction on August 1 would be 434 000 barrels daily compared with 432796 bar idson July 27 and on June allowables h districts compared with the order with changes weie as follows East Texas 434000 increase 900 bairels daily East Central 56726 increase 3i10 Southwest Texas increase Gulf Coast increase i49S West Cen tral Texas54393 increase 1093 West Texas 1535C2 increase 33S3 Xorth Tesas 59800 unchanged Panhandle 61890 unchanged Isew allowables by fields with changes included West Central 1996 up 136 Fishev 4572 up 262 Jones 4913 up 47i Reagan Big1 CONNECTICUTSTATE SENATOR QUITS WPA NEW today he has nation as state works progress a ministrator to Harry L Hopkins National Administrator account ot the tragedy Goldsmith 1000 up 175 Henderson loaded with i 454UP sjnd listed suddenly to port as it I Hendricks He said the vessel 13200 down Dalys action iullowed orders through a heavy sea some Keves 1630 up 720 Keystone 1 from K C Rvanion New England tme betweeri 2 and 3 a m East field representative which directed ern standard Time It lurched him to resign either his post as Connecticut WPA administrator or atefli aml crazily to an even keel Johnson re See ALLOWABLES Page 2 sank swiftly his office as state senator because j regulations forbid any of its RUSSIAN WORKERS WILL RECEIVE WINE employes to hold political office EAST TEXAif SCOUTS K Pierce keeper of the Calu met Harbor lighthouse station two VISIT GARNER HOME i miles otf Kisrhtysixth street saw the Material Service down He j notified the Coast Guard i PRESIDENT RESTS AT CAMPOBELLO ISLA i Federal operatives took nf j MOSCOW July i chances on a possible attempt I j for working people the Soviet Gov IMore I liberate the exNo 1 bad man itanacled to was Charles CAMPOBELLO ISLAND X B Julj tinder Police and the American j Secret Service relaxfed in a big red cottage on a hilltop here today A picnic with members oC ins family and friends in the Campo bello summer colony shortly liter noon and a reception for his neigh bors at his cottage about tea time were the only events on the days calendar The President docked last niht after a 437mile cruise from Maine Fitxserald also sentenced after pleading guilty in the Hamm case As the two walked down the y Koosevull J car steps a guard kept a Jer guard of the Canadian Royal uubmachine gun trained on Kar eminent decreed today The newest official edict ordered champagne production increased from 300000 bottles this year to 12000000 in 1542 Under the supervision of the Commisariat of food three wine trusts arc to be established VVALOK Texas July than 100 East Texas Boy j Scouts cave fittrun rahs for Vicei President John Garner on the lawn of his home here today Mr and Ml1 Garner were hosts to the Sds who led by Tom L otipr persons were injured AT SAN FRANCISCO SAX FRANCISCO July he Examiner said today that Jesse Jones chairman of the Federal i Keconsiiucuon Finance Corp is in j a San Francisco hospital where his i presence is being kept secret at his KILLED AND THREE j who recently figured in a INJURED IN WRECK airplane plunge Wyoming the paper said bin can A nepro woman was killed anrt j cjyed plaus to vacation at Bohemi an Grove north of here to enter NEGRO WOMAN IS slojjped for a in an automobile collision on the hospital 1 1 Ort 1 n 1C brief vis Caverns Carlsbad Shell at oclock this morning approximately five miles Blanton Fights To Retain Seat in Congress Maury Maverick Is Assured of Reelection to NEW YORKERS ARE CENTENNIAL GUESTS vored Blanton case against Mervin Ash charged with taking bets on a horse race at Kpsom Downs last spring collaps ed in county court when an cvvor in the date ot the complaint broiiKht Ash was charged after n ral on a bookie phop County officials wild a would bo filed new complaint DALLAS July Texans and Kcw Yorkers were hon ored guests today at a Centennial Kxposition already looking forward to entertaining tho VicoPresident John X Garner on Garner August 5 United States Senator Morris Shcppavd victor in his battln for vononiination and Sennicr Connally will hoguests nlonK Gamer Yesterdays allendaiuo of Si 7 inishod tho grand kitiil 21S710 SAX AKTOXIO July 29OT j Xw I can both get a rest and so Representative Maury Maverick j work for San Antonio descendant of a fighting1 dim of Texan rested from tho political went said in part wrs today assured ot reelection jme is not a personal matter but a j weeks ago to Yesterday the outspoken deference s withdrawal announce Politics with was announcement from 3rod u lave of Do Leon third candidate iii the first primary that he fa and a daughter of the dead w west of Corpus Christi An automobile driven Nicholson carrying the Rrocs who were coming from Wax ahachic to Chapman Ilanch to pick i cotton sidcswiped a truck driven i by Julian Priour officers who in 1 vestigated the said today j I The dead woman is Ida Os borne 48 Those injured are Xiehol son and 1 A Welch patients at Fred Roberts llospital The paper said the purpose of the secrecy was that Jones wished to avoid weiiwishing callers and oth by San j ers who niisht seek him in connec other nej on vjfn government position Todays Closing Pricss on Cotton Futures a charge he offered three draw from the County liberal faced a runoff Aug ust 22 Lamar Sceligson prominent San Antonio attorney Maverick polled21703 to SeeHgsons 14378 but a third candidates strength kept the incumbent from a majority ficiont voters have indicated Maury Maverick as their choice and therefore T shall not enter the run oft primary Mavericks victory with out a fight was one of two highlighlsjn the aftermath of the primary voters hnd shown Maverick wns their choice withdrew It is naturally a pleasure MTVMrict in iho runoff crick said after this development to bo reelected without a runoff bis run bis scit from thft Scvontoenth IMs in iho runoff Last niKht lifr stnvtod his raw off with a rush 1art of it I part in a series ot debates Blanton had lave added to this i wlo a ul on the hand Nichol son was re left arm Funeral insidious j Tinmons influence nnf money direct from j jacson Washington for his trailing votein Capt Saturdays election H was the first woods oC the Texas Highway Fa time in his 20yenr Congressional j uoi investigated the case career he failed to lead his field Judge Clyde Gunfit f Iistland polled a substantial lead over Blan ton Tho veteran Abilene tako MAN FOUND DEAD ST UHIH July Oct ilrexv J Kxvan S3 Oklahoma City I salesman was found dead In I1 11 x 1 off campaign with hwel room here Into yesterday of he hotel NEW ORLEANS FUTURES ORLKAXS July Cottnn futures stwtly at net declines of 20 10 24 points ilvKli iiw Close n I1 HM IOIM 1211 nss UM 11is n9s Mnvfh VJS 12U tlU llM ViOS 12ft he was fully clothed   

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