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   Pampa Daily News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1929, Pampa, Texas                                I df A HomeDelivered Newspaper With Circulation Supremacy in Gray County Full Automatic Leased Wire of Aft VOL 28 Associated Press PAMPA GRAY TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 1929 PRICE FIVE CENffl DENVER MAIL PILOT ILLED X GANGSTER REVENGE IS SEEN IN SLAYING OF THREE x X t COLQUITTS NOMINATION PASSES IN SENATE COMMITTEE mffl TEXAN GIVEN JOBPATNEFF WAS REFUSED Unanimous Decision Is Reached This Morning CHARGES WERE j GIVEN SCRUTINY PARKING ORDINANCE WILL BE DRAFTEDGWIN ASKS ANYONE INTERESTED TO GIVE IDEAS Appointee Is Democrat v But Supported Hoover May The nomination of Oscar for mer Texas to be a member of the railroad board of was approved unanimously today by the Donate Interstate commerce i Colquitt was appointed by President Hoover succeed Pat also a farmer Texas whose reap failed of confirmation in the ycriate last iThe committee had held several hear ings onithe Colquitt nomination and listened pto charges that he had ifefcj Jftfgje the Texas Brew ColqUItt deniejl this is a He told the he supported Hoover in the His appointment was by Texas republican or Music Students inContests Today The girls glee club of Central high school of twentythree stu directed by Thomas will appear this afternoon In the contests being held in connection with the an nual spring music festival in Amarillo Weeke ot preparation preceded the lo cal clubs participation In the events personnel of the club is as fol Cornelia Florence Baei Jitary Ellen Dorothy Doucette Barbara LaVeda Dor othy Virginia Kath leen Susie Belie Mary Nell Audrej Nannie Belle Oak Allee Vlrginlt Yvonne Areta Tempkin Vivian Katherine Marj and Evelyn Mrs Fannell is Audrey who was to take part in the vocal solo contest this afternoon to Amarillo last night with Mr and The high schoo orchestra will be in contests Those who took cars to furnish trans fer the glee club this morning were Tom THunka and Decision of the Pampa city commission to inaugurate parkingrestrictions within the most congested districts was announced last night by City Manager Gwin in his talk to the Chamber of Gwin said that the commission had authorized him to draft a suitable and this would be done in the next few He invited anyone interested to submit their ideas on the subject to both as to time limitation and zone to be Agitation for parking limitation has been heard for some particularly from merchants whose customers have to carry their merchandise for blocks because parking places are filled from early morning to late at Many cars are now left standing all day in the business ITALIANS ARE SLAIN AND PUT OUTON ROAD Capone Gunmen Killed Likely by Moran Clansmen Fifteen Men Cannot Build GtyV Chamber Organized to Include All Man Speaks Here Winners in Essay Contests Announced Robert first year student Charles second year stu of the high school vocational were this morning announced winners of the essays written on the recent dairy and poultryshow held in the Chambe of Commerce rooms twc weeks Awards were presented t the winners by George Brlggs al chapel this Both of the winning essays were written on The judges had difficulty in selecting the winning essays in both instances and as gave honorary mention to Eugene Heflin Clyde and Robert firsl year and Bruce Harold and Glover second yeai Boys of the agricultural who are taught by attend ed the school given under the auspices of the agricultural committee of thr Board of City Profes sors from Texas Tech at were in charge of the About 50 and the same number of adults attend Hoovers Wishes Overridden When Debenture Passes May senate overrode the wishes of Pres ident Hoover today and Voted to retain the export debenture plan In the farm relief THE WEATHER VANE WEST TEXAS showers in east portion cooler In north portion Thursday partly cloudy ANP A SMILE If anybody desires to know precisely what a hot dog it has been defined by the state supreme court as follows A steamed frankfurter savage Note They are broiled at Coney Island encased in a roll and served with For the of the fastidious it may be re tiwlwd name does not imply Barnard Dies of Severe Injuries 39 years died al his home on 435 North Starkweathei avenue yesterday morning iaiid the body was taken overland to Hammond in a Malone hearse yesterday Burial was to be there at 2 oclock this Injuries received in an automobile accident on the south oilfield road last week are said to have caused the death of the local Surviving him are his wife and two small and Joe William also his Barnard of Ham and one brother and five Pond Will Speak At Hoo Hoo Dinner Pampa Hoo Hoos will have another meeting May Bresiaeni Bratton will preside at the session to begin at 8 oclock at the Schneider One of the principal talks tonight will be hy Philip business manager of the Pampa Dally who will speak on some phase of advertis Hoo Hoos Is an organization of lum ber HARVARD JUNIOR KILLED May Wil liam Treadway a junior at Harvard university and the son of Mary Clark Huntington and the late was slain some time midnight last DREADED PAIR WERE INDICTED Bodies Are Discovered Near Hammond Indiana A Chamber of Commerce is what makes a town dead when you dont have asserted mana ger of the Lubbock Board of City De in the course of witty re marks last night to the first dinner meeting of the Chamber of He added his approval to the theme pronouncement of the evening Fifteen mencarinot build a Sixty local business men met at the New Schneider hotel dining room to discuss civic The Chamber of Commerce is an adjunct to the Board of City the board consist ing of fifteen members appointed by the city commission and the Chamber Representing the general which will be asked to assemble once each month to talk over local issues Other Speakers Heard Speakers last night besides publicitj manager of the West Texas Chambei of Commerce assistant manager of who is con ducting a membership drive here Geo and Scott Bar and Thomas Fannell ol the high school music faculty and theii picked orchestra entertained the group President Keim of D who introduced White head as the first The latter talked on accomplishments of the West Texas notably the land title the battle over the Colorade river water and successful op position to a proposed hike in fire In surance rates a few years He said his organization was in Its eleventh and that it had an area equal tc more than half of the entire state and a membership of about business Reid Given Praise He praised local member of the board of directors as typical of the men who have made West Reid recently was honored by the and given an honorary membership in the newly formed Chamber of tha next told briefly of the membership an said that it was progressing Manager George Brlggs gave a briel summary of activities since ttie committees met twentyeight He said the fjfteen directors had mtet eleven times in four while the committees met twentyeight He reviewed the work of each committee The summary covered every phase ol community In explaining the need of the Cham ber of Commerce to enlist the Inter est and support of the general citizen Scott Barcus sounded the key note of the men B directors cannot build He said ofthe Chamber should be to call together Pampa business men for open discussions and planning of citywide Need ManPower City Manager Gwin declared that the of the Chamber of Com Kaisers Kin May Wed Lily Damita May triple slaying today sundered the brief truce of Chicagos Three identified by as John Albert and Joe were found shot to death on a rural roadside early today and the forfeit of their lives was seen as the re tribution of their underworld foes for the massacre of George Bugs Mo rans seven clansmen last Valen tines Scalisi and a dreaded pair of killers against whom police have oft en had to were regarded as aces of the Capone and their sup posed executions today were seen as the stroke of avengers for the followers of theNorth Side who were lined up against the wall of a North Olark street garage three months ago and swept with ma chine gun Thrice have Scalisi and Anselmi been tried together for the slayings of two win acquittals be cause they professed to believe the de tective squad that chased them was a squad of their underworld Scalisi and Jack Machine DUD were the only two indicted for the Moran gang Their tiials were deferred several times at the behest of states attorneys and po lice who wanted further time to build up cases and only last week attorneys obtained their release from the county jail under heavy bond on the promise of their appearance when the trial was McGum had been trapped in a downtown hotel where he had been hiding since the day of the sevenfold sauntered into police head quarters one day and ob serving he had been one of the dozen listed rS wanted by the police for in who was thought to be the third was a tobacco store own er and also had been questioned in con nection with the Moran gang In a pocket of the mans coat police found a card bearing the name of Joe official of a cigar The believed this was not the dead mans All other marks of identification had been re moved from the The police were probably taken for the fainiliar gangland shot to death wjth pistols or machine and the car ditched on the lonely prairie The cushion had been removed from tlje back seat and the bodies dumped in Its See DAVIS New Pump Being Installed at Well The turbine pump on the city water well recently completed Is being set this A temporary pump was used to develop the well and it Is expected to have the permanent pump set this aft The new capacity test be ing sunk is down 260 feet this morning and drilling The development hole has been drilled 650 feet deep and drilling of the 33inch hole nearlng When completed the new well will give Pampa a water supply of more than gallons a Miss Adeline Atterberry underwent an operation at McKean Connor hospital this Admitting they contemplate Prince Louis Ferdi grandson of the and Lily movie are shown here together in The prince has decided to locate permanently in America and probably will be affiliated with the aviation department of the Ford interests in Los They are expected to be married as soon as the prince makes a success in business in the United OPERATORSBIG GUSHER NOW MAKING 120 BARRELS HOURLY ACCORDING TO BEST ESTIMATE It was estimated that the Operators Oil companys 1 in the southeast corner of section block which struck the big pay Sunday afternoon and has been flow ing strongly since that is making 120 barrels an hour No definite test had been Some of the oil is flowing through the top of the gas Oil and gas are coming from the same The hole is bottomed in granite wash formation at The Marland Production companys test in the northeast corner of section block lost production when the big gas was encountered in the Opera tors and Phillips but this morn ing is reported to be making 150 barrels a Drilling in the Phillips test in the southeast corner of section block ceassd yesterday while an addi tional gas separator was being Drilling will be resumed this officials The extra separator is being installed as a safety measure in case big gas is encountered with One separator in the Operators test would not handle the flow and a sec ond had to be TEXAS COMPANYS BOWERS WELL 5 PRODUCES 176 BARRELS Flowing by the Texas com panys 5 in the south west corner of the east half of section block in the BowersMcGee made 116 barrels of high grade crude Pay was topped at The hole is bottomed in granite wash formation at Agitation is in progress in an effort to bring back the gas to flow the There is enough gas to flow the test by heads and a good producer is ex Operators and Magnolia offsets are drilling below In theMcConnell McElroy and Shamrocks 1 in section block swabbed 265 barrels the last 14 Pay is coming from to feet in granite wash forma This new producer is an offset to the Southern Petroleum Exploration com panys test which came in last Missionary Held By Chinese Bandits NEW May Chris tian and Mission Alliance today re ceived word from their mission at Sun that the Schwendener of Chicago had been kidnaped by Chinese authorities had hopes the missionary would be returned the cablegram The wives of both men are in this Sinclair to Hear of Derby on Radio May registered set tling rapidly into the jail life he will Jive until looked forward today to the privilege of listening over the radio Friday while one of his tho roughbred pets carries his racing colors into an American turf Walter Conley of Dallas is a busin ess visitor in the city BODY LOCATED IN WRECKAGE OF HIS PLANE Ivan Houston Crashes in Fog While Landing MAIL FOUND TO BE SAFE Flier Was Graduated at Kelly Field Recently May body of Ivan pilot on the DenverCheyenne airmail route was found amidst the wreckage of his plane 10 miles south of here today by a searching Houston had been missing since 7 oclock last when he passed over the local air He was unable to make a landing on account of the dense Houstons body was found after an alltiight search by the Cheyenne air port His plane was heard over the local ailport last night but be cause of the it could hot be and officials today expressed belief Houston had lost his way the fog and had crashed while endeavoring to His plane was The mail was Pat pilot on the Cheyenne Salt Lake leg of the Transcontinental Airmail Service met the Houston plane shortly after he took off last night and blinked his lights at Houston but there were no responding May Ivan Donald pilot killed near came to Denver April from his home in He was a graduate of the February class at Kelly His widow now is visiting at the home of her mother in San Huge Beacon Is Being Erected at Miami for Planes May TransContin ental Air Transport operating between New York City and Los Angeles has consummated a deal with the owner of the local utilities plant for current for three beacon one of which has been constructed by the side of the city reservoir on top of Mount Morlah south of Miami and just outside of the city This Is a light of two and a half million candle The powerful beacon is 258 feet higher than the Santa Fe railway tracks and it is claimed that its rays can be seen from the air for a distance of one hun dred and fifty The light will burn twelve hours each night for the guid ance of airships that are scheduled to make regular trips over this route start ing May The huge tansport planes are power all steel equipped with all modern safety devices and will carry a ton of express and twelve passengers with Last Chance Well Flows 50 Barrels The Last Chance Gas companys 1 McConnell in section block 8 Carson has been cleaned ou and is flowing at the rate of 50 barrels a The test Is the old TiptjpnMc Connells 1 McConnell which started in 1924 and drilled to pay but never The hole is bottomed at feot but the pay is coming from The test is northwest of Klngsmlll and west of the Gray county It it owned by local of Olarondofl is visiting friends hew   

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