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   El Paso Herald-Post (Newspaper) - April 14, 1938, El Paso, Texas                             o HeraldPost VOL LVIII NO 90 recast Partly cloudy tonight and TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 14 DELIVERED IN EL PASO 15c A WEEK Home Edition THREE CENTS IN EL PASO FIVE CENTS ELSEWHERE FROM BILLIONS FOR RECOVERY Rain Or Shine She Will Be In Easter Parade Handkerchief With F On It Picked Up Think Two Are Slayers AMUnatl RIO GRANDE CITY Tex April i4 state police Texas rangers and county officers blanketed border highways and roads today after a man md his blonde woman companion hot suspects in the Frome desert killings dashed from a brushy hid place and eluded Sheriff Gus Gucrra of Starr County A handkerchief with the letter on it was found in the brush A similar handkerchief with an F on it was found in Nancy Fromes hand when her body was discov ered Pulls a Gun The chase started last night when Iwo Laredo residents Louis Kowal ski and Dr E Longoria reached Roma 13 miles west of here and re ported seeing an automobile oc cupied by a man and woman parked in brush between Roma and Rio Grande City Sheriff Guerri rushed to the spot but when his machine approached Ihe automobile darted from its hid ing place reached the highway and outdistanced the officer Officers here said a a tall man and a blonde woman entered a Roma sandwich shop last night and ordered hamburgers The man pulled a gun on the attendants who officers said apparently had recog nized them as the hunted suspects threw his sandwich on the floor and fled in the direction of Rio Grande City The sandwich shop attendants told officers the automobile matched the description of the car sought She Lies The man shop attendants said remarked he had had tire trouble and tried to get help from eight persons before his tire was repair ed He said they had left Laredo three hours previously The woman told attendants she had been de tained by Laredo authorities for three hours and questioned as a suspect Laredo authorities quickly denied the womans statement A squad of Laredo officers and State Highway Patrolmen sped southward over the Zapata highway taking a cutoff road eastward Ho ward Mirando City but found no trace of the machine Ranser headquarters at Hcbbron Continued on Page 8 BANDIT HOLDS UP FILLING STATION Lone Gunman Gets In Stickup A lone holduo man robbed J 13 Kilgore of 5570 at his filling sta tion at 601 Xorth Campbell street at a m today while heavy traffic was passing The bandit escaped in a black sedan Kilgore said Ihe man drove up lo the station and asked for some lire patches He followed into the office andthrust one hand into his over coat pocket Kilgore said Some thing that madea bulge like the barrel of a pistol was in his pocket The bandit said You know what this jj hand over your money The bandit sped north of Camp bell and turned cast on Rio Grande street SHUN AMERICA FJ WARNS AGGRESSORS President Says Nations Of West Determined To Keep Peace New Rabbi Chosen For ML Sinai By United Prrxs WASHINGTON April President Roosevelt warned the world today that the peo ples of the Americas will not permit aggressor nations to threaten the peace of the Western Hemisphere In an address before the gov erning board of the Pan American Union broadcast by shortwave radio throughout the world in observance of Pan American Day he asserted that the 21 American nations arc firmly resolved to maintain peace shall not be endanger ed by controversies within our family and we will not permit it to be endangered from aggression coming from outside of our hem isphere he said Rabbi Wendell A Phillips of He reiterated this countrys good YOIIJ 34yearold direc neighbor policy in its relations d placement with Central and South American tor 01 Iieia uiu i counlries and cited this hcmisactivities Of the Jewish Instl phcrcs fucccssful demonstration tute Religion IS the new that the rule of justice and law can rabb Qf Tempe Ml Sinai A S be substituted for Ihe rule of force JacODSi plesident of the Temple an But he warned that nounced today lion of these amicable relations and independence of the nations of the Western Hemisphere may entail the sacri Rabbi Wendell A Phillips Wendell A Phillips New York Accepts Invitation To El Paso Temple fice of life itself Fortunate in bein remote from the tumult of conflicting doctrines i and from the horrors of armed con I fict from the tragedies whose 1 shadows lie heavy on the world the American republics nevertheless this outfit and carries ith iile lo her bag gloves and the flower on her coat Dr Phillips today accepted the in vitation of the Congregation of Temple Mt Sinai to fill the post left vacant since Jan 1 by the death of Rabbi Martin Ziclonka He will PLAN INVOLVES GOLD FUND USE Will Mean BillionDollar Increase in Debt Spending Lending Program Contemplates Release Of by US PRESIDENT APPEALS FOR NATIONAL UNITY Seeks to Maintain Relief Expand Credit and Revive Public Works in Effort to Overcome Decline in Business and Income WASHINGTON April l4President Roosevelt proposed to contrress today a sevenbillion dollar recovery program m cludfng aItJiiooOOO program of lending and spending and a twobillion dollar credit expansion It was the New Deals second great pumppriming campaign against de arrive here in early May Assistant to Wise Dr Phillips spoke in El in early March He is assistant to the noted Rabbi Stephen F Wise and formerly was assistant to Rabbi face a grave test Mr Roosevelt Louis z Newman of congregation said If our good fortune is to i Rodoph shoiOm of New York continue our will must be strong Dr was born in Germany All of us gained independence jjjs American parents went to Ber because our fathers were willing to where his father was dentist sacrifice their lives and all they j to the r0yal family They returned Walter OKeefe Says THE Japanese arc looking over the U S Navy and il isnt to find out whether the Midshipmen are going to beat the Army next Jill When they get through with their big brother act in China they want to come over here and play the good neighbor with us so theyve got a lot of alleged fish in boats operating off the Cali fornia coast The Japanese are the only fishermen in the world who nses cameras instead of bail Its getting so an American fish prman out there cant bring in a days catch without dragging up six martin four sailfish and six Nipponese naval officers whove been strolling along the floor of the gathering snapshot for Ihcir albums Lately Japanese have boon losing to China and thats urnler Klandable Theyve got more men over Jicrc acting as spies than they have in China as troops ARE ANNOUNCED Sunrise Program to Open With Onward Christian Soldiers Hymns tor the Easier Sing al El Paso High School Stadium starting at p m Sunday were announc ed today by James A Dick Sr They are hymns familiar to thou sands of El Fasoans who sang them in the pioneer churches of Texas plains Throw Out the Lifeline Blest Be the Tie That Binds O That Will Be Glory I Love to Tell the Story Nearer My God To Thee Holy Holy Holy and the stirring national tune America the Beau tiful will be sung Wants Many Voices We want every individual in the stadium to join in the singing said Dick originator of the sunrise serv ices in El Paso Mr Dick chose the hymns for the service Lloyd P Blood worth who will di rect the singing today asked persons who do not know the words of the hymns to familiarize themselves with them before Sunday Lets make the voices roll out over the hills Bloodworth said Arrange Music No small joo has been that of the bandmaster in arranging the music lor the bands accompaniment It re quired weeks of work to arrange hymns in five sharps tor instance for the B flat instruments like the cornet and the clarinet Other hymns to be sung are What a Friend We Have in Jesus Stand Up for Jesus Revive Us Again When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder Loud speakers will be arranged by J M Parmelee so that the band the soloists arid the director may be easily heard STREET IS CHANGED TO STORE SECTION An ordinance changing zoning on Montana east of Southern Pacific railroad tracks from apartment to commercialproperty was passed on first reading by the City Council to day W L Stringer who requested the change said lie will build a 5000 to S6000 service station Assistant City Engineer Slockwcll said residents in the district have Bond Refused Fink At Chihuahua City Judge Says He Wants More Time to Study Case Of Mining Man Held in Investigation Of Borunda Bombing Bond for William N Fink general manager of the Magua richic Mining Co of Chihuahua was refused today oy Penal Court Judge tfaxaca following a request presented by Fink s attorneys at Chihuahua City The attorneys are Carlos Guizar and Jose Larrera Fink is being held in the state penitentiary at Chihuahua City in the investigation of possessed for a great ideal Some part of that duty to sacrifice rests also on us cerned with We are vitally con preserving the high standards of international restraint and morality which the lesson of centuries has taught is the first re quirement of peaceful relationships between nations Now more than ever before we of this American hemisphere must make plain that these principles upon which so great a civilization is founded are vibrant productive and dynamic National and interp national law are not the restraints I of weaklings they are signs of se Continued on Page 18 to the United States after the World War when he was 11 He received his B A degree and M A degree from the University of California at Berkeley and his degree of rabbi and masters degree in Hebrew lit erature at the Jewish Institute of Religion in New York Likes Southwest He has been married two years Mrs Phillips is the former Miss Alice Herz of New York a graduate of Wellcsley College formerly a buyer for a New York Department withdrawn forme the change protests against in bomb assassination of Mayor Bo runda of Juarez I want more time to study the case said Judge Oaxaca While the State Department at Washington was attempting to bring about Finks release through the ef forts of American Consul Blohm at Chihuahua City Eduardo Enriquez superintendent of the mining com pany at Chihuahua City issued a slatement in which he said The company or Fink had nothing to do with the bombing of Mayor Bo runda It will be proved that Fink a man who has lived in Mexico for 30 years is innocent in every respect Mining men at Chihuahua City said today they believe Fink is in nocent of any connectionwith the bombing He was named in the case by Efren Escobar under arrest in the case Escobar in a statement said that Fink had paid him to send the bomb Escobar in his statement to Attor ney Genberal Lomeli said that Finks connection with the bombing rose from thefts of ore from the Maguari chic mine He said that Mayor Bo runda and Maurilio Ortis former federal deputy and leader in the National Revoltilionary Parly in Chihuahua gave protection to thieves who were stealing gold Observers at Chihuahua City said they believe the charges against Fink are an attempt to raise a smoke screen behind which the mine could be seized Escobar s a former inmate of the Texas penitentiary He was convict ed in September 1923 in El Paso County on a forgery charge He was deported after serving two years in the Texas State Peni tentiary He returned to the United Stales illegally in 1929 Postal authorities arrested him in Philadelphia Pa in 1932 on a charge of intercepting checks made to the Mexican Consul and cashing them lie wasreleased at the re quest of the Mexican Consul and a few clays later was arrested in Continued on Page 18 Efren Escobar Three Men Truck Move One Dead Cat f Five gallons of gas a crew of three men and a big Liberty truck are required to remove one dead cat from The streets Alder man Fail charged today Fail appealed to the City Coun cil to require more efficient op eration of City departments Look here he said This re port shows 35 dead cats picked up last week I cant see why theyve got to wheel out a big Liberty that burns five gallons of gas every time you turn it around and take three men to pick up every cat Why a cat doesnt weight five pounds The Council decidedto investi gate SANDORMSlT NEW MEXICO AREA Tricky Spring Weather Brings Snow in Northwest Phillips cx vvnllc m His plans would revive the tactics by which the Administra tion aided business from the depths in 1933 But associates said the net increase in the national debt would not exceed The program would involve use of the Administrations gold nest egg Mr Rooseveltworking until 1245 a m today to reshape 1 his plans after conference with con cessional leaders will go on the air at p m EST p m El Paso time to rally popular support for the New Deal against an econo myminded opposition which some parsons believe includes Vice Pres ident Garner Would Increase Income General objective of the new plan was to increase national income in the next few years from the present rate of to around 000000000 a year The plan fell in three general catagories 3 Maintenance of relief 2 Expansion of credit 3 Revival of public works and ditional funds for certain active New Deal recovery agencies The expansion of credit program GAS COMPANY IS SILENT ON BOOK TRANSFER Utility Fails to Send Records To El Paso Two Firms Comply Whether the Texas Cities Gas Co intends to comply with the City Councils ordinance requiring util ities to keep records and books or correct copies in El Paso was kept secret by company officials today The El Paso Electric Co and the Mountain States Telephone Tele graph Co are complying with the ordinance company officials said The Council passed the ordinance March 31 It sets a minimum pen alty of and maximum of for each day a company fails to comply A Lot Colder The ordinance becomes effective at midnight Saturday Asked whether the company has brought its records or true copies from Dallas R S Reading El Paso manager of the Texas Cities Gas Co said I have nothing to say Its would include 1 Use of approximately 000000 of sterilized and free gold VYnllL in J t j t A atinu pressed his enthusiasm for the getting a whole lot colder Southwest City officials said they You will find the truer American civilization out here he said Coming to El Paso is like digging for buried culture You secthe per sistence of tradition COOGAN OFFERED JOB BY ASSOCIATED PRESS Roaring stand storms struck northeastern New Mexicos dust bowl section today Clayton reported the worst duster of the year struck Union County cutting visilibily to less than 100 feet Raton was blinded by a sand storm from the south Elsewhere spring played more weather tricks bringing snow flur ries to the northern section of the state scattered rains over the cen tral area and some blowing dust in the deep southeast Snow fell in the northwest corner and us far as Santa Fe and Las Vegas Rain fell at Albuquerque and other points in the Middle Rio Grande area and south to Mogollon Dust blew at Hobbs BV Associated Prtss HOLLYWOOD April 14 Jackie the ordinance probably in a penalty suit if the gas company refuses to S kelson of the El Paso Elec tric Co said records of his company are in El Paso and open to the City at any time Now Comply Frank E Farwell of the telephone company said all local records are Coogan impoverished founder of a multimillion dollar movie fortune was offered a job today Universal Studio sought The Kids services for a leading role in No One Man a modest picture scheduled to be produced inexpen Groy and Noah sively with Nan Beery Jr kept in El Paso and in addition JvtLJL in jjj reports from the companys general books covering business in seven states are received from the Denver office and filed every 30 days I believe we already are comply ing with the ordinance he said Our books are open to the City at any time FLYING CADET DIES IN TEXAS CRASH By UniLcd Press SAN ANTONIO April ond Lieut Robert B Hubbard 26 student officer in the United Stales Army air corps was killed today when his plane crashed four miles west of the Randolph Field air drome during a training maneuver Hubbards home was at New York City Flying Student Lieut R B Hub bard who was killed today near Randolph Field was a friend of Miss Rosamae Egbert daughter of Dr and Mrs Orville Egbert of El Paso Miss Egbert telephoned her father of the tragedy today She is visit ing her grandmother Mrs J T 3orroum in Beeville Tex when in formed of Lieut Hubbards death More About Gas on Page 11 TOURING WITH PJLE Ernie Finds A Courthouse That Isnt A Monstrosity Las Cruces Does Something Different by Abandoning Old Type of Architecture and Building Something Distinctive and Beautiful To Broadcast Presidents Talk PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS i fireside chat from the White House tonight will be his eleventh since he took of fice in March 3933 The Presidents talk will be broadcast by KTSM at p m El Paso time About 400 Other radio sta tions will carry his words throughout the country The chat will be the first Mr Roosevelt has given since last Oct 12 when he explained his program for a special ses sion of Congress By ERNIE IYLE ScrippsHoward Roving Reporter architects over the last 50 years to stick so tenaciously to a pattern of T AS TRUCES N county utter bleakness L nation for doubt if anything in this countrys history has been so consi s t c n 11 y 11 g 1 y and un imaginative as its county court houses From coast to coast most of them are just alike Most of them are square cupolaed standing straight mouthed and old Ernie Pyle fashioned in a shabby town square If there were some variety in their ugliness it wouldnt be so bad But they all look the same I dont see how it has been possible lor I have ever seen It is here in Las Cruces and it follows the new Santa Fc architecture which is merely a modernizing of the old Pueblo style of building The Las Cruces courthouse is neither square round rectangular nor straight up and down In some places it is three stories in some places two There is no regularity about it at all It has balconies and patios The walls slant inward as I they go up You might lake it for a fine private mansion The building is white as snow The ends of dark wooden beams stick out in rows from the outor walls In two or three places you a wide ladder made of poles Continued Tagc 5 and relaxation of bank reserve re quirements 2 Better coordination of banking supervision 3 Simplification of Security Ex change Commission regulations especially to assist financing of small business enterprises This lat ter project probably would involve freeing from many burdensome re quirements the issue of small lots of securities in behalf of little busi ness 4 Progressive increase of avail able bank credit provided by each dollar of new federal spending Pleads for Unity The President made a stirring pica for national unity in a tims of emergency The emergency he said is here and it is up to every class of citizenship to submerge dif ferences and pull together for the common good Otherwise he warned democratic processes of government are imperilled All the energies of the Gov ernment and business he said must be directed to increasing the national income to putting more people into private jobs to giving security and the feeling of secur ity to all people in all walks or life Says Tools at Hand Mr Roosevelt analyzed at some leugth the causes of the 1929 de pression and asserted that our sit uation today is vastly different Continued on Page 8 FAIL SAYS WHISTLE ON TRAIN TOO LOUD Aldorman Fail today asked the Citys legal department to notify the Texas New Orleans Railroad and the Southern Pacific Railroad to abide by the antinoise ordinance That train coming in at am will knock you out of bed said   

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