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Big Spring Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Big Spring, Texas
Hed Dunsf a p col Der Bio Spring 2 alg Herald vol. 5�?no. 163 six pages today big Spring Texas monday evening december 12, 1932 member of the associated pres supreme court flays East Texas martial Law coldest weather of season Felt in City 15 schools of Quot minty May be issued funds below Zero reported at Many Points j a no so cold tuesday says forecast of Bureau to Airport much of the United states suffered Zero weather sunday night and monday morning and big Spang had the lowest temperature of the season but the local weather Bureau predicted some Relief from intense cold for tuesday. The forecast was not no minimum registered Here Early monday a 14 degree at 2 30 a. Or. The thermometer Rose on degree by 3 30 n. In. And the Reading was 15 degrees for seven consecutive hour to 9 a. In. It had risen to 18 degree at 12 30 p. In. And to 21 degrees at 2 p. In. American Airway ships were operating a far West As big Spring but Low ceilings and freezing fog West of Here were expected to eau a cancelling out of ship scheduled at the local Airport. The line of Zero temperatures monday morning Lead from Eastern Wisconsin across Iowa southwestward across Missouri to Northern Oklahoma and hence Northwest warts. The lower Rio Grande Valley Oft Texas had not Felt the full Force of the cold Ware but freezing weather a to extend nearly to the coast monday night. Temperature at 7 a. Brownsville was 58, at re Happy state plans paving part of special Aid this Mouth mrs. Mcminn Dies funeral set tuesday i Vincent woman resided in county seventeen years died saturday or. Mary France Mcminn wife of n. E. Mcminn of the Vincent Community died at her Home saturday evening at 8 of clock. Or. Mcminn was 58 years of age and had resided in Howard county 17 years. She la survived by her i husband. First touchdown in Dame game teacher in fifteen Rural school will receive a salary Check of some description Between december 15 and 23 if state Aid Mone is re a ton was born at a new York sanitarium to Barbara Bennett wife of Morton Downey stage and screen Singer. Associated press photo fast i inward adds producer her sister and brother in Law or. And mrs. F. A. Dicker of Floydada were Here at the time of her death. Three Brothers. Dave and c. Alexander of Floydada and1 k. Alexander of Hill county Are expected for the funeral services. One brother Austin Alexander a revived Here As previously announce j who makes his Home in Canada is de by the state Board of education not expected. At the teachers annual state meet the body will be in state in the ing in fort Worth in november. I Eberly Chapel until i of clock tues according to the plan Hal of the Day afternoon state Ald each school is entitled to the funeral services will be held will be Piid shortly after december at the methodist Church in coals. Previously it has been the poll homa tuesday afternoon at 2 by of the department of education of clock with Bro. Ray Lee Otto investigate conditions of the in Ficia Ting. I Idun school Ami then make a1 the Active pall healers will be j photo shows Boh Mcneish University of Southern California crossing the goal line after receiving a lot ments. Lem Joiner Ben Brown Jeff Rob Yard Pas front Griffith for the troians first touchdown in their football game with notre Dame which because local tax Money is not Orts Archie Thompson Clem . Won is to 0. The Only Man near Mcneish is Warburton. One of his teammates. Associated Presa photo. Lower court upheld in Oil control Case Sterling indicates will not i8iie Revocal order immediately Washington Upit orders issued by governor Sterling of Texas to officers of the state militia for reducing Oil production in the East Texas Fields was set aside monday by the supreme court. The court sustained a three judge Federal court which prohibited enforcement of the governors orders. An opinion by chief Justice Hughes criticized Sterling for iterating it necessary to order out troops because of riots and a state of insurrection made Retro action of order imperative. Decision was based on Federal questions in response to arguments of Sterling a lawyers his action was authorized by Law. Mid font Lieut no. I Denman average 85 daily gleaning out mid continent Oil a Gas co. No. I Denman latest producer in Howard county a farthest Eastern Field swabbed a daily average of 85 barrels of Oil while cleaning out in. In last week following a shot with 290 Corpus quarts from 2,703 to 2.813 feet the Christi 40 at Houston 38. Abilene total . Reported 16. Dallas 18, big Spring Wenj a bowed the first Oil at 14, Oklahoma City 6. Amarillo 2. 2,526 feet and had increase from b Pao 36. Santa be 22. St. I1ui ? rih 33 and broken pay Between 2.706 and 2.813 feet. Location in plentiful this year state officials Thomas. Bill Mims. The honorary have decided to award each school pall bearers will be t. Joiner e. Half the amount it is entitled to be j. Robert Bert Plant o. H. Fore Christmas holidays. Later in Brown j. S. Thomas j. B. Wheat spectres will investigate the Buff Boyce j. A. Roberts and a. Schools and additional awards will Vav. Row. Be made if conditions warrant also. Schools not needing state Ald will a. F v s be required to refund to the state Al Ali Rhee. A what financial Aid have re in i Ait to rent revived. Several Howard county districts Bailie Jewell Murphee. 45. Wife of will be Able to make their first c. L. Murphee. Residing 23 Miles salary payments through state Aid. Northwest of big Spring died sat Schoola applying for Aid Are r bar a urday afternoon and a to be Bur Vincent Gay Hill. Center Point red Here monday following funeral Moore. Highway Lomax. Morgan services from the Charles Eberly Fairview. Richland. Green Valley Chapel with Rev. H. C. Goodman Risco Vealmoor Soash and Cost officiating homa. A grand Junction Colorado 14 sub Zero temperatures were reported St 7 a. In. To the weather by eau Here from Many Points. Including the following Pueblo col Orado 16 below North Platte and Valentine Nebraska. 22 below Kirk its City 4 below Dvenport. Iowa. 4 below Duluth. Minnesota 8 below the lowest temperature on the United state weather map of the morning was Havre Mon Tana Ped to in in. Weather condition along the Daas Elpaso air Lane at 2 p. In. Waie reported As follows Elpaso. High broken Clouds 52 degrees to a Fialupe. Overcast Light Fol 33 decrees Wink overcast moderate fog. 26 degrees big up my Light fog and Mist overcast 21 degrees Sweetwater overcast 20 degrees Abilene overcast 20 degrees Santo overcast. 23 degrees fort i on i i nue i it on aug ii Al v k 990 feet from the South line and 330 feet from the East line of dec it Tion to Block 30. Township i South. Tap Rwjr. Co. Survey Myers and others no. I Denman 2.305 feet from the South line and 2.320 feet from the East line of Section 14. Block 30, township i South tap by. Co. Survey was rigging up a machine to deepen from 1.503 j feet in Lime. It was drilled to news behind the news the National whirligig. Written by a group of the beat informed newspapermen of Washington and new York opinions sex prettier Are those of the writers and should not be interpreted As reflecting the editorial policy of this newspaper. Mrs. Murphee is survived by her husband and six children Loy Arite. Reels Lerlene Frances and a son in Oklahoma. J. B. Murphee. Shell s no. 2 Phillips gets pay at 2.246 in Noble prepares to pump in Edward Pool further West Shell Petroleum company had a producer in the making in proven territory in go amp a cock county As the week closed in its no. 3 Phil where the Mercury he i drop h Wuh a Roult a o 36 degrees below Zero at 7 a Harrison and of others no. Is Denman. 2.310 feet from the North line and 330 feet from the East line of Section to. Buick 30. Township i Smith to p by. Co. Survey was running 10-Inch casing at 640 feet in Redrock. It struck one Bailer of water hourly at 633 Pratrie no. 4 Dodge 960 feet from the South line and 330 feet from the West line of Section la. Block 30, township i South. Tap by. Co. Survey was rigging up a i shudder. Washington by Paul Mallon Gunnet president elect Roosevelt is having More trouble than you know trying to pick a Cabinet. In the end it will not be a formidable As everyone expected. The reason is simple. Many big Democrat of the country Are a broke just like everyone else. At r mitral at Lomax r or Fml in it badly a a it mid Juliel. 30. K r k 79 a. No 2 510 1rorn the North line w. Or. King 52, succumbs and 16&0 fat from theut line of sunday morning Section 23. Block s3, township 2 South. T. A p. By. Co Survey. William Grady King 82, who rep a topped at 2,246 feet and sided 30 Miles Northwest of big ii rom 1700 it two hours. Spring died at i a. In. Sunday. Fun drilling continued below 2.252 feet eral services were to be held from in i Mth offsets the Castile Charles Eberly funeral Home forma no. I of Byrne a probes beginning at 4 p. In. Monday Ducer. With Rev. J. Richard Spann off Noble drilling co s no. I Baker dating test and fifth producer in the or. King was born May 9. 1879, it Axt Euion to the Phillipe cof in Tennessee. He is survived by of Pool about two Miles West of i wife and five children All sin Shell no. 2 Phillips was preparing Gle and residing at Home. The to pump at 2,122 feet after swab children Are Oddie Oley Floyd Bing to barrels hourly on a two Wanda and Betty. Four Brothers hour teat. It topped the pay at and a Bister also survive. One 2,110 feet. Location la 16p feet brother Dennis King resides near from the North Elitife and 1,116 feet the Home of his brother and the from the East line of Section 21, sister. Mrs w. P. Anderson resided Block 33, township 2 South t. A p m residents of big Spring in dire need of clothing food three Hundred men women and children suffered in the sub free ing weather of the week end because did not have sufficient clothing. They also Are suffering from hunger. This is a personal Appeal to each person in big Spring to waste no time in gathering up every garment he or she does not need then without delay please either take the things to the fire station in the municipal building or Call no. 8. This need is very urgent. The necessity is immediate and urgent dozens of families Are facing illness even death of Small children by freezing because do not have sufficient garments to cover their bodies even in warm weather much less the bitter cold now prevailing do not delay. In the name of humanity every family in town with any garments or shoes of any description that can is Given at All is urged to act immediately. Bring them to the or station or Call no. 6, the Elty Hall office number Austin <2p��?governor Sterling refused to comment upon the probable effect of a ruling of the supreme court at Washington Moi. Day. He indicated he would not Issue orders immediately to revoke his martial Law proclamation. Glasscock Road matter discussed c. T. Watson c. W. Cunningham and w. B. Currie were to leave shortly after noon for Garden City where were to meet representatives of Glasscock county to negotiate for right of Way across that county. Highway no. 9 in Howard and Sterling counties lacks connecting link through Glasscock on the new route Laid out by Highway department engineers. Efforts Are being Mads to obtain right of Way through Glasscock to insure an All weather Road Between big Spring and san Angelo. Let. Ready to print letters to Santa rules for disbursing method of repaying r. F. C. Funds reviewed direct Charity fund present need Vincent men Are injured All right kids come on with your letters to Manta Claus. The Herald will follow i to usual custom of printing All letters to Manta Taos sent to that old gentleman in care of the newspaper. Write out the message you wish to convey to old Saint Nick. Mall or bring them to the Herald and la a printed. Here. Offsetting three 500 Brave cold to be entertained by Midland singers in program of Christmas music at auditorium cannot afford to contribute their service to the government for $9,-500 a year. Those less Bent have affairs and associates demanding their services fur the serious Days ahead. For these raisins you May scratch off your list Many of the names publicly discussed so far. J by. Co. Survey producers. Tribal Oil co s no 3 Edward. In Section 16, Block 33, township 2 i Smith t. A p. By. Co. Survey was a running 8 1-3-Inch casing at 1.695 James Albert Mcdaniel 80. Who feet in anhydrite and red shale died at >9 12 a. In. Sunday at his Empire Gas a fuel no. I or. Continued o a Ltd a a a it co i r j. K. Hill in serious Ion action follow intr saturday mishap the weather Ive it Good Fellows lagging rinks banking two dollars were added to big iou hearted Community in Texas j k cent were seriously injured saturday evening in an automobile Accident Between Vincent and big a j Spring. Hill suffering a crushed and internal injuries 1s n condition at big Spring Dee his shoulder crushed and misinformation and confusion exist Here with reference to the nature of Relief work and the source from which Charity May he obtained according to City and county official. Federal Relief fund allotted to Howard county can be used Only in payment for labor. Therefore this Money cannot be used to buy food i.,.clothing Medicine or fuel. A a ,r6 Imd Vuk Silty mostly the Relief funds made available Tonly us and tuesday with by the Federal government Are not. A n Quot a not so cd do Ito be repaid to the government Tor w a a. Levying any City or county or state j a a. U _ tax. The Money is not handled in tuesday with probable rain or Snow not so cold in pan Money Hill and Charlie Dees Vin such Tanner that any Bank or in late div dual receives any profit or commission for handling them. These funds Are to be prepaid to the government in this Maimer i the amount of Federal Relief funds allotted to counties of Texas will be deducted from the amount of. Hospital f,.drrai Road ult a that would other. Be allotted to Texas. Thus. Thigh legislation is getting morning that brought the foul Tho. Or Ltd a a it. Ltd a it a a by my brought to m. The Goodfellow fund in or. Of a a More than a a big Spring cisterns i directing featured the afternoon braved the wintry elements Sun his rendering of a the holy City a mixed up underneath with personify afternoon to hear 30 Midland a one of the Best numbers yet Ali Les. Singer who with their friends heard in the new auditorium. The the administration put it on the the Herald were heroic enough to drive 40 next popular number was the emergency list for action. It a c no it 11 remain before a Jacb donation will be ack nowt titles and Back to fill their engage pantomime of the ten virgins from stressed by or. Hoover and or Christ Mas is. Edged in the paper Only those who ment St the municipal audit hum. The biblical opera a Vashti Quot direct Mills in their formal statement on that Day whatever funds have a experienced in such work will while the singers gave their bested by mrs. Paul t. Vickers and. Unfortunately did not mention been Given for providing Chris Mas care for Purchase and distribution efforts in a program that was re Given with Lovely Lavender name of senator Glass in their dinner toys clothing etc., to needy of supp Hes and the Public will be. A a a a we Quot children of the City will be used to tip in a full accounting of the num Spring s Goodfellow fund monday let s Rush these donations to the comp Jung of internal injuries la a funds mad available with handle tonight and in rut portion tuesday. Tex a Cloudy probably rain near coast and rain Alert of Dow by Interior tonight and tuesday. Somewhat colder near roast with freezing nearly to coast to not quite so cold in the North portion tuesday. New Mexico a i Nae tied tonight Goodfellow fund. Mail or bring in to la a ht>�plt1 the pair was picked up by to Sute county or cloy tax it it it levying any additional Federal a new in North portion Parimi big Spring. Sleet covering the Road a blamed for the Accident. Oil Field worker hit is tagged at the last minute due to effects. Illness and the cold weather the such hymn is a peace. Be audience forgot that Cid Man win a a footsteps of Jesus a a softly and a or existed outside and lost them tenderly a a take rim to be selves in the great harmonies of holy Quot a old rugged crop com familiar and beloved hymn and posed the body of the program at Christmas carols. The request of the audience or. Professor theopilus fit with his continue1 o a Ive it recommendations. The Glass Bill is the Only banking Reform legislation before Congress. With some revisions it is the Only one that will pass or even be considered. You can imagine what a hit it because the Federal funds cannot be used except to pay labourers and because the Community Chest having expended All funds subscribed a year ago is now dormant officials Point out the obvious fact that some in is and retral Purl ions tue Day generally fair. Temperature organized Effort must be taken at Peri Richards Oil worker on the once to raise a fund for direct buy those thing and Wrell be a of people visited the amount Sinclair properties was in a local1 Charity. Made to go As far As possible. To Hospital monday suffering from a Many women with Hudren. And it is estimated that $1,000 can be firms or individuals wishing to Scalp wound and other injuries re to Man in tha family to do Worl used to advantage and in such a give groceries meats clothing or Cei Ved in an Accident monday to earn pay from the Federal funds manner As to Benefit Only those other Good instead of Cash Are morning _ j Many people who Ariu and unable made with Glass when the admin who Are in actual immediate need urged to notify the Herald or or. R. C. Brandon fellow worker to work such cases As these must Only a few More Days to take pit i of the bargain rates on the daily Herald profit and pleasure All the year and without the worry or Mither of laying each month or week. Just pay this once for the whole year and read a a Ood daily paper every Day except saturday but including sundays paper. And at such a Low Price Alx iut a Penny a Day. Read the and on Page 3 titration took up i Reform idea without credit. When asked for comment on the presidents message Glass grunted. That alway Means trouble. A a a it will require soft soap and diplomacy to straighten the matter out but it probably will be done. The secret of the thing is that Hoover and Mill want a part of the Glass Bill unified banking and Branch banking. They hold their noses at the rest of it. So does j the Federal Reserve system. The diplomatic or. Meyer head of Federal Reserve has been handling Glass with care. An agreement Between them is near. The Odds favor action in co gees before March 4 but it to by no Means certain. Fax change our Best official sources have Learned the British and Jap Are playing poker with their currency. Recent skidding of tha Pound i and yen had full cooperation from London and Tokyo. There la no i connection Between the two both had Bome purpose. The Brit a r their argue of such things. While other cities Goodfellow funds run into the hundreds will big Spring become the Only Cal or the was dismissed at the Hospital after be Given direct Charity. City officials asked that the pub m. H Bennett chairman Goodfellow Appeal. Receiving emergency treatment for today s donation of $2 came from a Scalp wound. Details of thac Ruth l. Air Harf i eldest were lacking. Design for new 50-passenger Ocean plane a my lie be informed that neither the Community Chest Nof the salvation army has Headquarters at the City Hall. Calls there for these organizations cannot be answered or compiled with for this reason. The City and county Are handling the labor situation As Best can with i available funds. The need that has j riot been filled i that for a fund to provide Medicine food clothing and fuel for those who cannot do work to earn Money from the Federal allotment to the City and county. It. Worth fireman fatally injured fort Worth it a fireman h. L. Payne was injured fatally and fireman c. T. Hicks a Cut and bruised when a Hook and ladder truck skidded into a Telephone pole and mail Box while going to a fire monday. P. M. A. M. Hun. Mon. 1 3626 16 2 30it 14 3 30.80 16 so. .84 16 Iso. .23 16 6 30.23 16 7 30.88 16 to. .21 16 9 10.19 16 10 30.18 to 11 30to 17 18 3018 >3 i it a a i 5 8 42. Hun Rise tuesday 7 38. Precipitation Trace. Page five above is a drawing of a trans oceanic plane designed for Long Tea flights of the future it will carry so passengers with mail and freight the design was made on the specifications of a technical committee headed by col. Chaft a. Lindbergh it will be known As the Clipper ship. Associated press photo Comden be Ricer Here George Moore co receiver of cos Den Oil company la her for a business visit of several Day
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