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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - April 20, 1938, Abilene, Texas « mm 'n niEAgf nm ®(jc Abilene Reporter ~J8tttn0_“WITHOUT,    OR    WITH    OFFENSE    TO    FRIENDS    OR    FOES,    WE    SKETCH    YOUR    WORLD    EXACTLY    AS    IT    GOES,’’-Byron VOL. LVII, NO. 332. ***“'"«« ABILENE, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1938. FOURTEEN PAGES tnitrtl Pre** (CD PRICE 5 CENTS Perennial Candidate— HUNTER ENTERS FOURTH RACE AS CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR Wichita Falls Oil Man Styles Self As Champion Of Texas 'Plain People' WICHITA PALLS, April 19.—f/P)—Hurling a word of defiance to the state political machine and a pledge to fight for the "plain people,” Tom Hunter, Wichita Falls oil man and three times candidate for gov-evnor, flung his hat in the governor s race again here today. The formal announcement came after a tour over parts of the state in which Hunter had contacted friends and political observers and found voters sympathetic towards    a    •    , his candidacy HE CITES DEFEATS His full statement follows: "In 1934 and 1836 those who believed aa I have found the state machine holding a solid line. We flushed it back just as far in the 1936 primary as we did in the first of 193*. We got Just as many votes, and each time, though, we were crippled in the scrimmage and couldn't carry through with the ball. In 1934 the money wagon ran over us when we couldn't buy stamps, yet convinced tile many that we were millionaires. In 1936 we were farced down by the united front of the state machine, the centennial aid and an unfortunate j political trade. "The machine is widely split this . year. The ball can now be carried j through ttie line. Tile people can score. The horses of the old money I wagon are collared in the opposite direction. It may hold the tonnage, | but it can't show the mileage. Two J wh-crowned princes have refused to permit the committee of the i bt sses to name their order of ascension. In their flight for the I ••bone’* each has even said to the other: You show my reflection and j I will portray yours. We know each other. We've played on the same j team and have had the same rule I book, we've skipped the same rope. I HITS 'SAME CROWD’ "And they have: they have been In such unison that they could j pass the rope on to the other without missing a hop. The same fellows financed and brought about the election of both. The election cf either would be a victory to the same crowd. Tin' people can cross the wire now because these fellows hold opposite ends of that rope TOM HUNTER Start Drive For Registrations Sale Of Badges To 600 For WiT.CC Convention Goal State Awards Highway Jobs In West Texas Fifteen Counties Shore $500,000 In Road Funds AUSTIN, April    19— TAP—State highway engineers today announced low bidders on 34 improvement projects costing $2,384000 and deferred until tomorrow determina-i tion of low bids on 25 additional items. Those announced today included, by counties: Kent, 13.3 miles of flexible base and double asphalt surface treatment on highway 18 from Dickens J county to Stonewall county line. R. W. McKinney. Nacogdoches, $106-045 Coleman, 1.8 miles of grading, small drainage structures and Jim Ned creek bridge and relief structures on highway near Coleman, Auxin Bridge Co Dallas, $78,466. ) Tom Green, ll 4 miles of flexible base and double asphalt surface treatment on highway 208 from San Angelo north toward Robert Lee, P B. Keller Dallas. $31,231, Brown. 7.1 miles of flexible base and double asphalt surface treatment on feeder highway from state park road to 7.1 miles north of Brownwood. R W. McKinney, Nacogdoches $46,215. Reeves ana Loving. 5 6 miles of grading, drainage structures and flexible base on feeder highway , from highway 27 in Reeves county I to Mentone in Loving county, Gif- 1 ford-Hill, Dallas, $58 610. Mitchell, 4.8 miles of grading, drainage structures, flexible base and asphalt seal coat on feeder COUNCIL HOLDS MEETING BY CANDLELIGHT The city council of Thayer, Mo., an Ozarks town near the Arkansas border where the Ark-ansas-MLssouri Power corporation discontinued electric service, discussed procedure by can dlelight. The public service commission ordered resumption of service, but the city, new building a municipal plant, decided net to light public buildings from the private corporation's OFFICERS SCOUR FT. WORTH FOR PIERSON, TWICE SIGHTED Vanishes Each Time Before Arrival Of Police; Also Reported In Cisco exits and supply. Council members shown, left to right: Mayor C. A. Recs, 1 t' Ha rite, Joseph Mocacy, Frances Crenshaw, clerk, R. H. Williams and John D. Sanders. Traffic Safety Body To Meet Group Expected To Outline Drive This Afternoon Ford Accepts Bid To Parley With President Often At Odds With New Deal, Auto Manufacturer To Talk Business Ails DETROI r, April 19—i/P)—Henry Ford, a reliable source said tonight, has accepted an invitation to discuss business conditions with President Roosevelt at the White House April 27. The understanding that Ford, the automobile manufacturer, had accepted an invitation from the president followed shortly after rumors of such a bid to him had been officially denied. Tonight however, a source close to Ford activities confirmed that the industrialist, who often in years past has been at odds with government policies and New Deal measures, would meet with Roosevelt a week from tomorrow',    ________ FDR IN-LAW INVITES Ford was reported to have ac- i cepted an invitation proffered through G. Hall Roosevelt, brother of the president’s wife and former! Derolt city comptroller. G. Hall Roosevelt h.»d met with both Henry Ford and Edscl Ford, president of the Ford Motor Co., today. Roosevelt, in turn, wa* said to Regional Meet Entries Named Only Brownwood List, Few From Breck Missing Partially complete list of entries in literary events for the region 2 Primary unit in the drainage structures and select ma terial    on feeder highway    from 3.5 r.nnnino-    for    son    .    Imiles    §outh of    Albany    south,    Field Gunning    for    600    Abileniana,    a    Bros.,    Lubbock    $34 758 ^lTbSdn °w ork"today6 onTohcita-    JJS?    ^ me"    aspTfalUr    ttmcrete^ pavement West Texas chamber of com- I on highways I and 82 from Martin county line to Warfield and from FORT WORTH April 19.—u? -—Officers blanketed  ______ highway from    highway    I    east of    marched    the city    today    for Howard Pierson. 23. escaped killer    of his par Colorado south. R. W.    McKinney,    ent5 reported twice seen here by a man who said he knew Pierson well Nacogdoches, $42JOI.    I    William    T. Jacobs, 25. Hillsboro filling station operator, who said . .    ,    4    ,    .____ ,    tIlc    ,    rmrv    usr univ Shackelford,    4 9 miles    of    grading,    he knew    Pierson    before    the youth slew his parents, Supreme    Court Jus-    dnve    for    trafnc    Mfety,    the    Abilene    started    quickly    when the approoria- I from Brownwort tice and Mrs. William    Pierson, in    traffic    safety    committee    will    meet    tlons    are    granted. !&2h early t«!aym f&.Terf' £!lmTTn “ “a* f“?T fSUTTuT*' *dVU*d ** SEEN* AT CAFE    commerce building at 4 nrinrlr i porters at nis merce convention. Twenty teams of two men each Kermit to Monahans. Texas Bitu-|will begin selling badges for the.Mthic Co.. Dallas. $51,056. and (hic hora arm frir,    hofv, I convention at $1 each, under di-    I Baylor. Throckmorton and Young. hcp lli lp th€m both- rec tion of Chairman E H. Moore. 805 miles of asphalt seal coat, cut-“Mv    fight    fcr    the plain    people    The committee met Tuesday aft-    I    baclc asPhalttc concrete prime coat was not    be., un    lightly. It    was    sin-    ernoon to plan tactics of the cam-    and double asphalt surface treat- pa,.,.:. Jhey intend to impress    n ‘ °", highways 79, 120, 23, 24 everyone that the convention will    a    from highway 23 to Knox be w’orth the time and the dollar.    ■    C0UIT'5' ROC: _ from 6 5 miles west The fee will entitle one to admis-    *^nox    county    line; It was sin et ie. It rn a »»»* that they have bled my brow with their silvered lode: they have chagrined my friends by false propaganda, but they have never broken ray course. The steerer of this ship of state may now be manned by the plainsman.** Hendrick Test Due Lime Today Shackelford Try High Structurally Near Palo Pinto was have relayed acceptance to the White House, Early tonight Ford left his suburban Dearborn home to accompany Mrs. Ford to a convention of the National Womans Farm and Garden association in Boston. From Boston. Ford will go to, Washington, where h* will be guest interscholastic league meet sched* of the American Society of News-1 uled in Abilene this weekend was paper Editors, which is meeting announced Tuesday by H. S. Fath-there.    error, assistant superintendent of Abilene schools. Recovery Claims    The    region    Is    made    up    of    four PHD'*- C,,ll    districts, centering on Sweetwater, ' ‘-'•x s rUll I I me    San Angelo, Breckenridge and .....„    Brownwood. Sweetwater and San W ASHINGTON, April IO— (fps — Angelo district winners have been President Roosevelt. apparently certified to the regional directors highly confident congress would ap- here, along with all but a few of prove his new recovery program, the Breckenridge victors. Tho (said today he epected to devote Brownwood district director, how-statewide most °f the next fortnight to prep- ever, has not yet registered hi3 aration* for getting the campaign entry list. Only individual entries and Santa Anna high schools have been received  from that district. porters at his semi-weekly press Names of students already receiv- Early today Jacobs, who for sev- Organization of the group will be | Sx't't'wo"ilrinj * Wh° “*    ^    'h'    m°n    h're tv/va a, j    Aviiu    Aor    ~    ,    iicAL    wffK5    sa*    a    long    string real months lived in Austin at the a ^ .?*] sl3ps a toward 0f people going in and out of his of - sion to all official events In Wich- I Thr«*mortan to Young coun- Kendrick, oinciai events in Wien-Ity une. from Haskell county line elude general sessions, group con- ! morJin* mTnTvw    uThrocJtI ferences the Oil Festival and All-! L.    0    county    line;    and,    ,          —    —-----...---- Jvu?* Throckmorton county line to the regional trend play from Jones j and they telephoned police. A search Denton Collins, Mrs. Eugene Pearce, O. P. Throne, w. R. Sibley and Don Morris. Abilene district of the Oil Belt Safety conference will be represent ed at the meeting May 6 at Eastland by members of the state high way patrol, Capt. Harry Hutchinson said yesterday. The one-day conclave will include all phases of safety on the roads and highways of this district. Gov. James V. Allred appealed for as. Stance of city, county and state departments April 15 to help reduce toll in life and injury from motor traffic. He said that preliminary plans were being made for a state wide meeting at Fort Worth June 18 to promote the drive. ira Falls April 25-27. This wUl ta- i to Throckmorton; line; and [SSS!    Sh0*’    ,mi    ^HofneV/Hadjr.bd    “hou's Fore; t Development Corporation and P. S, Kendrick No. I T, G. extreme northwestern Shackelford county wildcat test seeking Palo Pinto production on home of his uncle next door to the Pierson residence, drove in from Hillsboro with James G. Walsh, Fort Worth commission cattle buyer. "We stopped at the cafe for coffee". Jacobs i-aid and the first person I sew was Pierson. Wearing a two-day growth of bread, he was drinking a glass of water ’ "Hello, how are you getting along? Jacobs said he asked, "OK”, the other answered curtly. Jacobs said he stalled a few minutes. then went outs.de with Wa: ii a definite drive for reducing viola- flee lions of traffic ordinances in the HEEDS ll too mm mo city and traffic accidents. Compart- ‘ «    »    f    v sons will be made in the problems -.,fh    ^ f    , and methods med in other towns I WPA- officials    director of with those proposed for Abilene. Committeemen will approach the problem from three angles—traffic safety by street ngtn* er*n-» enforcement of laws and arousing of public sentiment in of the National Youth administration, the Civilian Friday and Saturday follow: Boys debate: Beal Dean and Jerome Groves, Breckenridge: John P. beeper and Robert Favor, Sweetwater; Travis Henderson and John Davenport, San Angelo. Girls debate: Mabel Bird and Freelin Shoemaker, Abilene; Wy« Conservation corps, and others both °™a King and Mary Lillian Harte and out of official life.    vi!k. Baird; Madolynne Bradley and Tile pjr udent’s program call* for ™?nT? MU5cr™1?fU^5 Tls^le $4,500,000,000 to be expended or #ent    r    and    Burk    Pope, project. | for work relief Dubiic works flood    Anna. Members cf the group appointed control highway? and the like or WECLAIMEBS dances.    j    ^    $70*264."**    riuu5“    I    county’s    Avoca    field,    still    had    not FOR WOMEN. TOO    Coleman    13    miles    of flexible base rPacl‘ed r:P ot the lime late la5t "There will be plenty happening anc* double asphalt surface treat- Resident Of Rotan Since 1903 Passes ROTAN. April 19--(Spl)—• J. M to interest the women.” declared J. me»t on highway 2C8 from high- !!isher C- Hunter, president of the chara- !    7 and 191 to old highway 206 * mil    R<?tan    l*r. in urging meji to    take their'Buc.v & Son. and    C. T. Childs, Ris- stece 1903, died here at 5:30 o doc*    j wives to the convention.    i ln8 Star, $11,690. this afternoon.    j _ _    .    . .    -------- t..    ,    R S. Stephens, chairman of the a n j i    «-- Funera will be .'.cid at 3 o'clock subcommittee on finance, reported    Jury Returns Wednesday a.?ernoon    at    the    Meth- Tuesday    that    tile $1,000    expenses    ai*    i j• goal had    beer    almost reached    The1    N*rie    indictments Born at Pineapple, Alabama, Da-    fund is to be used for    transport-    j comber 12, 1859. Mr. Montgomery    ing Abilene musical and    parade or-    j Grand jurors    in 42d district was married to Ida Davis December    ganlzations to the convention and    couri made their first report of 18, 1889, in Denton.    I to register their members    for    the    the ter*n    Tuesday, when    nine in- Surviving are his wife,    three    sons,1 even*-    dictments were returned. J. D. of Haskell, J. E. of Rotan and; Abilene has already received al Burglary, driving while intoxi several weeks ago by J. C. Hunter, president of the chamber of commerce, are S. M Shelton, chairman; L. E. Dudley, T. A. Hackney, Mrs. A 15-foot correction in measurement by steel line placed bottom of the hole at 3.141 feet late Tuesday, and the    tost    drilled ahead    last night in    dark    gray shale at    3,145 feet. It is in    section l-AB&M sur vey. Forest geologists had correlated i the test high tm a regional struc-ture, approximately 80 feet higher on the upper beds than tile Adams-Moody deep test a mile and a half to the northeast In Haskell county Hugh of Rotan; and three daugh-! shipment of 200 registration badges S for»er5’ and aile and child I fTd„?b?,lU c<\ fPCt hl^er Tfnfl I tors, Mrs. Katie Grubb of Rotan, from Wichita Falls, and yesterday desertion offenses were named on ^    ^    0    ^contl.v drilled Mrs. I ma Walter of Wink and Mrs J Hunter ordered another 200, since I ? truebtlls.    j    Superior    No.    I Hendrick    three more than IOO of the    first batch    Indicted for driving while In-    mn®8 t0 the northeast, already had been sold.    When need    t0*icated were Sam Jeffrey, negro. < Opening of Palo Pinto    produc-    j appears he plans to order more. £.ho is beinK In jail; Orville I tion by the test will either mark “Abilene will need to    resister a    RanJpton* un(Jer bond; William    the discovery of a new    field    or    I it of delegates tn heat    »h.t    banders, negro, held in jail.    boost prospects for the extension    of Burglary bills narrmd Andy Polk, j Shackelford's Ivy pool which also of the cafe neighborhood revealed no traces of Pierson. Later, after taking Walsh home, Jacobs saw Pierson at a business district street intersection, he said. He ran to the nearest telephone, but again a search by police was unavailing. Meanwhile at Cisco, in central northwest Texas, officers said that a youth answering tile description night, ■ advanced to business enterprises' .    8    °2,' declamation, senior which need capital for job-creating)^^**— Tippen, Abilene; John expansion. of Pierson was seen early Grim Loyalists Defend Tortosa < At la the .p,_ Mae Watson of Rotan. The Weather ABILENE AMI cloudy today, with wrnthrr, tVKMT TEXAS | Mostly cloudy, •Ny showers In north portion, cooler In west and north portions Modnerdaj; Thursday par.ly cloudy. EAST tooler in day cloudy lot of delegates to beat what some .........•—............ J other towns are already doing.” he t it iMTV:    Mostly said Hunter cited as an example shower, and cooler Weatherford, which has already pruh- mailed $1 fees to Wichita Falls for 125 delegates. Since the registration contest bell.xx*: cloudy, (huiidcrshowcrs, I twccB cities will be based on a per-nor.!, ponton Uodncsday; Thor,- canape of the population, rathei l>, showers end cooler In souih-    . forged rn f h r* i* •tiiij, niiuwcis ;-nfi cooler in souin-    ‘    o-~.    •■wu cast part Ian. Moderate to tc-sh son*hrri> tnan total figure of registration, and another man wind, on tu.* coo.t, probably b.roinin* that gives Weatherford a big start n0oih4HnyT*ur^?>' a ,    ln the race Distance from Wich- ne.day! th'pida\ pwMiy*ch>udy ' n,d' lta Fa^ wiU also be considered in M U MI XKO: Generntiy fair Mod- figuring the winner. needily and Thursday ; colder southeast —————_________________ portion Wednesday, Range of temperature yesterday: ^»i    j    —w* t, t uv •» v I. V./ a vt u a w J jjvA,/.    ti Itlvi I CA •' cr w-hA icU^erv?0^?,’. Chopas Owens,    yields Palo Pinto lime    production. Between the No. I Hendrick and the Ivy pool. Ungren    A* Frazier •    No. I J. S. McKeever    last night drilled Into gunsight lime at 1.868 ill IWO charging who is to be returned from the state penitentarv with a bench warrant; and a third man not yet in custody. A. L. Sumrall was named in two i - VC . .    .... _ indictments charging passing of Ifeet carrym» about 100 000 cubic HENO A YE.    France Spanish Frontier), April Spanish government militiamen held their strong Tortosa defense lines today against raking barrages cf insurgent artillery and machinegun fire. Troops who fought to keep the strategic Mediterranean seaboard city from insurgents ^losing in on the heart of Catalonia were unaware their comrades had surrendered the Aran valley rn the Pyrenees to the enemy. AM on RS . «4    . 64    . SS as • NS I 67    . 71 76    , 7S . N (Kill HO! It I r.M. . HU . NI * SS 64 . SS NU 76 . 72 . NO Start Insurance Suit Trial At Anson instruments. Carl Ingle not in custody, were named for child desertion. Methodist WMS Conference Opens feet of gas per day showing from a shallower zone near 1,745 feet. Also projected for the Palo Pinto the wildcat is reported logging 45 feet higher on structure than the Ivy' pool producers. It is in section 14-3-H&TC survey. Movie On Pipe Care Shown Waler Men ......s    ........ ..... 4    ........   S    ........ ......N    ....... ......7    ........   6     ...... ......    9    .....   IO ...... ii ......... 79 .Midnight ,i Hid hr* I and lim 'si trmiwratureR lo p. rn. yr*tv»I&}, Hi (ind 62; nam? (lair a yrar ag*, Tt» and AS. Sun*rt yrntordajr, 7 til;    nunrlae today. Run-i't today, Till. SNYDER. April 19—(Bpi)—Annual conference of Northwc..t Tex-1Q    |    as    Methodist    women’s    missionary i J.    Trial of the    j    societies opened here today, with Uiii.i.i    t if    r    .." st Abi"    Iftn attendance of approximately Motfv    I    Insurance com-    130. Twice that number is expect- pan>    en    a    polio was    started today    .    cd for the remaining two dais of before an 104th district court Jury ! the session ANSON, April suit of Creola Butler against Abi es A fellowship banquet tonight here. j1*1 be completed at topped    the first day’s program, noon Wednesday, it is expected. Mrs. J. G Merritt of Colorado, Phares' Wife Talks Legislature Race AUSTIN. April 19 — T-Mrs. L. G. Phares, wife of the highway patrol chief who recently was removed because of "incompatibility, said today she would run for the legislature “if my husband doesn t.’* Phares said he had been asked to Monthly Session Attended By 65 New Clues Found In Frome Search EL PASO. April IO—UP— Fort Bliss troops searching the area east of Van Horn where the bodies of Mrs. Weston G. Frome and her daughter Nancy were found April 3 today found a .38 calibre shell and a business card within 150 yards of the spot where the Berkeley women were tortured and slain. On the card was printed the name of a Los Angeles clothing firm. LaGuardia Maps Southwest Jaunt 6:04; i(um L ■ (vun‘em term conference secretary, presided. A file for various state positions since tLAA!? fP-HL made no report j business meeting was held at 9 his demotion at the public safe';.  _a- m. by the executive committee, department. Tuesday night. POSSIBLE CLUES TO CAUSE— New Secrets Of Cancer And Growth Discovered By New Chemistry By HOW VRD VV. BLAKESLEE Associated Press Science Editor DALLAS April 19.—New secrets furnished by the University of Manchester cancer research labora- weight. tnrv    t    ~    I    Numbers    39 and 41 furnish the environment. Except near the can- .    ,    ,,    tory.    The    chemical    analyses    are    new cancer clue In health fie.h    -    '    e of cancer and of growth, discovered I made bv Dr Brewer    1    cancer    clue. in iii airn fie.-h tral West Texas Waterworks association gathered at the Abilene city hall last night for the monthly session of the* body. Meetings w ith them were three representatives of the state health departmnt froem Austin. Featuring the meeting was a moving picture demonstrating the manufacture and care of water pipe, sponsored by the Johns Manville company of New Orleans. General discussion was conducted on operation and maintenance of water works. The state health department representatives emphasized that state officials frown on mom, or that it creates this unusual the practice of using water supply lakes as recreation centers. NEW YORK. April 19—/T>)— Mayor Fiorelio H LaGuardia mapped out his itinerary today for a Sixty five members cf the Cen- vacation trip in the Southwest, on winch he will discuss housing, reform and relief with business men and fellow majors. He plans to leave tomorrow, arriving in Guthrie, Okla., or. Friday. He will address the West Texas chamber of commerce in Wichita Falls, April 26. Two minor features of Roosevelt’s proposals received favorable congressional action today, the house approving an appropriation of $100,000,000,000 for road construction and the senate $50,000,000 for the CCC Both items were in addition to regular budget proposals The CCC appropriation now goes to the White House, while the roads bill goes to the senate. The house appropriations com- Leo, Woodson; Bob Watkins, San Angelo and R. M, Frachiseur, Brownwood. High school declamation, senior girls:    Jane    Rogers,    Sweetwater; Doris Moore, Breckenridge; Helen, Hamor, Winters; High school declamation, junior boys: Wood Butler, Abilene; Jerry Railey, Eastland; J i m Hodges, Menard. High school declamation, junior girls: Werla Joyce Perkins, Abilene; mittee made ready, meanwhile, tol^1,11^ Jo Jon("> Breckenridge; Ja begin hearings on major parts of the program tomorrow', behind closed doors Hopkins was called as the first witness. Representative Taber <R-NY) ranking republican member of the appropriations committee, estimated the program would result in a $12,-500,000.090 budget next year, an $8,000,000,000 deficit and inflation— nothing else." See CONTESTANTS, P$. 3, Col. 5 Four Pupils Hurt As Bus Overturns Canadians To Build Planes In Mexico MEXICO CITY. April 19 Representatives of the Canadian Car and Foundry company today announced they had signed a contract with the Mexican government for construction of a factory to build war planes here. The contract provided that Mexico and the Canadian company share equally in the estimated $2,000,000 cost. BRADY. April 19—Four persons were slightly injured today when a school bus carrying 42 pupils collided with a truck near tho Rochelle consolidated school. The bus overturned. The four who were injured were Dorothy ! Johanson, Don Chandler, Mabel Hurd and Wanda Sue Hodges. The driver of the bus said the colli-son occurred at a blind corner. Daughter Born Critics Assail Bill For Ship Building Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Livingston, route 5, Abilene, announce the birth of a daughter yesterday at 6:57 a m. at the Hendrick Memorial hospital. Dairy Day Attracts nterest Over Area Jones Has Big Part In Event Dairy cattle for exhibition and Approximately through a new kind of chemistry, were announced to the American Chemical society here today by Dr. A. Keith Brewer, of the U. B. Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. The discovery is a peculiar use made of the human lx)dy of the poisonous metal potassium. This maybe a clue to the cause of cancer, Dr. Brower said, or only an effect. But it is definitely connected !* rapid growth, of the cancerous type. The new work is co-operative, between Wa hington and Manchester. A new form of chemistry Is used, known as the Isotopes. Isotopes are atoms of the same chemical element having different weights The differences are nearly infill- these two ‘‘isotopes" of potassium exist in the ratio of about 14 to one. There arc 14 atoms of the light-weight stuff to every one of the heavier kind. But this Is not true in cancer Follow,ng the business meeting, a “T,^'am,'*™ lng r°°m 1,St WASHINGTON, April I*—— Many critical questions greeted the $1,156,546,999 navy expansion bill when it reached the senate floor for debate today, but the measure’s backers were victorious in obtain- dairymen to look at them are ex-mg approval of most committee P^ted from several counties at amendments, including one to in- Abilene s Dairy Day show Friday, crease the number of authorized County Agent Knox Parr con-auxiliary vessels from 22 to 26, tracted other county agents in this district when in a meeting att Brownwood Tuesday. Outside of Taylor county, Jones county will play the biggest part in the event. County Agent Floyd Lynch of Jones county estimated that 28 dairymen will come to Abilene Friday, bringing 28 or 29 dairy animals. County Agent C. V. Robinson of 1600 persons cia- about $250. The proceeds will be Coieman    Pair that 10 per'> I DAM tm f HAW K lf AAllntll THAI to finance the spring band high school audi- concert, the dance festival the first WITH S.R.O. SIGN OUT— Eagle Band In New Togs Plays As Climax To High School's Novelty Night Program sons from his county would be in Abilene that day, and Elmo Cook, Eastland county agent, predicted cer, the ratio of light and heavy    • ~ _ potassium is normal, Dr Bren or dinner was served at the Lake inrinm *nh ~*"ViIii.7TL*!    , .    .    .    ..    .    ,    , , caid    .    ,,    .    to. min ana a first, glimpse at the week in May. to send the girls glee ‘    '    .    I,.?    ,    I    ■,    ncw    uniforms    of    the    Eagle    band,    jclub    to Denton next week, and to an equal number of visitors. Manchester has prepared .M ine    Water works operators    attended    With the auditorium filled to ca-    aid in various ways other organiza-    Joe Shelton, Brownwood dairy- material w hich Dr. Brew er expects    fro*** Stamford. Haskell,    Coleman,    pacify and overflow ing into the    lions participating in the program,    man will bring seven animals to tho —..........  tlv„    ...    iaii,.r,    to malva? to discover whether this    Wi"fcrs Moran* Alban"    Wichita    aisles and halls, the band made its    Strictly modern, the band uni-    j show. Half a dozen visitors from itrsimaI and were only discovered where there is less of the heavy- difference in tv>t,v„ m , .ti iv Fi's' M,nfial Wells* n ird' Brrck- im*tai appearance in new togs pur- j forms are the same colors, black that county are expected in Abi-few years anc     —urn.    *    I    be useful for ihagniil of cancer ™ndg0’ RVlo ..and Munda>'; Ro\    Cl\iC    *TOups    of    Abilene,    and    gold as the old ones, but radi- ,ene. Callahan county will be rep- weight potassium. This is true of all cancers studied, both human and animal. Of more a iew’ years ago. Potassium, although a deadly poison when free in the human boy. exists there in large amounts cells "hat ^ f o nn^hvinaM i mu cs0SC tm#    d*sc0very that a11    around the site    has    been known to    be" spec tali j    ac ,    , 8 tissues. The    of a cancer is an    arca where the    ' isotope chemistry has found    heavy potassium is    lower than nor mal. . to be used by the body in division j spectacular interest is the further | of cells—which means growth. It five in embryonic, that is rapidly growing tissue. But the discovery weiahts pf .Iti,,m. (o in anj ii rytha the different kina. of p. England. The cancerous tissues are I The' figures mean atomic units of I cancer growl ^    ^    the!slum    vary ln diseas<* ls a new sclca' that there arc three different Potassium has lone bo rn known Mathcw‘s of Alb:my 18 President of    the    aaual    novelty    pro-    cally different in decoration and    rented by five dairymen, Agent K '    ‘    thp association, L. A Grimes, Ahi-    band    gave    a con?,ert °J dC818n-    ^    u    Ross Brison predicted. An equal lene w’ater superintendent vice    numbers.    His    Honor,”    and    Other numbers on the novelty president, and Roger Gilstrap Has- "®*at5c* *nd Benedict Overture.” | night program were selections by Roll secretary    tune    of “Y°u’re a Sweet- the high school glee club and pep \t invitation of fiiLstrsm th- «r heart;" ***** Presented Uieir band squad, a chorus of 400 elementary (JiLHAn vp?l L    :    I    sweetheart.    Mabel Bird.    school students, one act skit by high ‘      Ks    !‘!    Raymond    T.    Bynum,    director,    es-    school dramatists, elementary in a peculiar environ- tific and medical fact. meeting a Haskell the tiiird IXies- timated last night that ticket sales school saxette bands and day night in May.    I    Xor    the    night    would    mount    up    to    .    musical    and    comedy    acts. number is expected from Haskell county, along with one or two head of stock for exhibition. John A Barton. Runnels agent, indicated to Farr that six dairymen other will come from there, bringing three head of cattle. ;