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Port Arthur News (Newspaper) - November 9, 1935, Port Arthur, TexasFighting death under the sea the first of 10 adventure store. Stranger than fiction because they re True encounters sunday in the news liquor Fiolli nears m enactment vol. Xxxiv. No. Port Arthur Texas saturday november 9, 1935. Price five cents to put 1075 men Back to work today peace features religious Page 2. Sports program for Page 5. The full Page of comics Page 6. War experts View Italy s position whirligig Page 4. Tomorrow first of 10 True adventure stories. What the stars Are wearing this season. Cleverness in table dec -.oratlon. Complete coverage of All football games. Life of Harve Haines threatened by exas expects norther sunday most of state receiving rainfall today without giving texans time to recover from the last cold wave a norther is expected to hit Texas sometime sunday afternoon the u. S. Weather Bureau reported sat urday the temperature is expected to drop to the 20 s in late sunday night. Livestock warn Ings have been issued and rain falling through most of the pan handle is expected to turn to Snow. Rain fell Over most of Texas sat urday and showers were forecast throughout Tho state saturday night and sunday. Edmonton Canada reported a Low of two degrees below Zero but a Low warm wave through the Cen trial United states probably will have some affect on Texas in keep showers tonight and sunday with Only alight changes in temperature were predicted Here by e. Torrence local weather observer today the constant temperature that has been in port Arthur recently continues to to Tho weather keynote. Yesterday after non Tho Mercury reached 72 at p. M. The Low Point Wati an almost imperceptible drop to de Grees at 4 a. M. This morning. A High pressure. Area in Albert province of Canada has. Pushed Tho Low pressure area Down into the West portion of Texas causing a forecast of much colder for that Vicinity. A. Southerly wind blowing at the rate of from 1c to 22 Miles per hour is present in East Texas. Tho tropical disturbance that had been located off the Florida Gulf coast has disappeared. Dry leaders forge quorum Tobea wets House members dragged out of hiding haunts Solo is kept locked in old age pension measure goes to governor Austin nov. 9 liquor legislation moved toward final known business men f protest arrest of dancers f As new York officers raid new York nov. 9. Representatives of 800 top flight members., of the country s artistic and professional circles hunted today for Jeanette Rice a woman with no sense of humor nor taste for Art. Mies Rice address and station of life unknown thought that for 60 girls to p Arade nude and nearly nude before 800 men was lewd and she complained to police that such was being done last night at the 30th annual Benefit the society of comic artists Courtney. Ryley author Ogden president of the new York Philip Dunning and Fred playwrights Wallace artist and president of the society and of others nationally known. The curtain had just fallen on the eighth act of a 16-act show when Lieut. Harry Lavin skipped up the stage Steps and flagged the audience to silence with a Gold braided "1 am a police he shout valid Erbil and no break Calm est today after House Drys command of a turbulent night session and forced Bill into conference with a major Ity of its conferees pledged to per Mit of whisky in unbroken Only. The branches were in Accord i on the chief of sate by the details of House and Senate Bills conflicted. Militant dry held colleagues from eating kept the membership behind locked doors and waited for three hours while sergeants Al arms searched the City for Mem Bers to make a quorum broken when wets bolted from the Hall. Obtaining a quorum they swept aside wet moves to instruct in. Favor of Sale of liquor., by. The drink and ordered the bill1 to con Ference. Rep we Jones of Jourdanton and others administered stinging rebukes hurriedly left the floor1 so conclusive vote could not be taken Jones suggest feedings be started. It is a downright shame and a drying he said 11 deliberately Leveles Provit break Ivide for sex members Wil Thi aulsion of members who purposely absent themselves and if the necessity arises i will make the to headed by Ernest Boyett sergeant at arms House officers started a systematic search of favor Ite legislative backed by turn to Page 3, column 1. Tractors. Police raided the theater and arrested five Young women who had to borrow overcoats before they could Brave a chill. In a patrol Wagon. The police advised members of the audience to leave the audience., included Herbert Bayard Swope chairman of the new York racing commission Howard. Chandler Christy and a thur William Brown noted illustrators Rube Goldberg Otto so glow Denis Wortman and William into Side at his Home Here an indecent show and we have seized the girls. I advise All you gentlemen to. Leave it took him 10 minutes to con Vince the tue does and Swallow inert that. Be was not part the show. Many of them did t believe until they saw five Riris wrapped in men s overcoats and being hustled to a patrol Wagon. The men tried to Stop the arrests but were unsuccessful. But they did Post Bond for the girls. Might never leave bed alive officers Are notified italians head for mountains ethiopian stronghold is next objective ambassador Caffery escapes death plot Havana nov. 9 official Appeal called the people of Cuba into a Campaign to exterminate criminals today after a High source disclosed that a plot United states ambassador Jeffer son Caffery had been frustrated. The first fruits of the drive Fol Lowed at once with announcement the arrest of four persons acid of planning to Kidnap or kill ice chief colonel Joae Pedraza. The master against1 Caf Fery authorities said was walked by cuban army intelligence agents on the eve of the assassination Day. Crisis flares japs guard Border after Sailor is killed Shanghai nov 9 Jap anese officials have stationed a cordon of troops around the Boun Dary of the International Settle ment following the alleged killing of a japanese Sailor by a chinese civilian. Weather report locate forecast showers to night and sunday not much change in temperature. East texan show Cru tool Chat. Sun Day Liow Corfi. Mitch colder Northwest portion sunday afternoon and a split. Moderate to free Ali sout Chrly winds on Tho canst. Cloudy local Slio Wora West a nil North warmer Pant nil North Nort him tonlcht.1 sunday slowly. Probably Johnl Bho wern. Gentle to Lorato nout Henrt to winds on the . Comparative data 1935 1934 1933 his hot 72 81 72 Ilow fit 86 54 58 hourly temperatures yesterday noon m 2 p. In 70 4 p. M .72 it p. M zip 8 p. M 68 10 pm. Is a Minot thin evening Sunrise tomorrow today Mlyn Erht. 2 n. M 4 it. Iii. I n. M fun m. 10 n. M. Dallas Pilot killed when plane crashes fort Worth nov. 9 Cliff maus of Dallas Pilot for Braniff airways inc., was instantly killed Here Early today when his Waco bound mail plane crashed in the 1500 Block on the cast Eide of Sylvania Riverside. Aviation officials believe he was lost in a heavy fog and flew his ship into the ground. The ship fell into a vacant lot narrowly missed a residence and bounced 15 feet. The Impact dug n Hole three feet deep and about 12 feet in diameter. Mutilation Slayer sentenced to life Chicago nov. 9 Ville w. Zenge convicted of the mutilation murder of his love rival or. Walter j. Bauer was tended to life imprisonment today by judge Cornelius j. Harrington of criminal court. Sentence was formally. Imposed after counsel for the -26-year-old mo., Farmer Carpenter withdrew n Motlon for a new trial. War at a glance Makale Northern front italian forces dug in around the City of Maltase captured yesterday and pushed Advance patrols into the mountains along Tho southward path to Amba Alae ethiopian stronghold. Go Kahei Southern the italian army controlled All caravan trails in Southern Ethiopia working to consolidate its position on in open path to Harar. London King George gave ceremonial approval to applications of sanctions against Italy. Officials throttled Antl sync tons demonstrations by press and Public and set vigilance committees to carry out the orders. Addis Ababa contributions from the United states totalling ?5s80 were reported by Leslie Brown International Secretary of the red Cross. Rome nov. 9 of an ethiopian detachment by ital Ian troops after an engagement Between the holy City of Aksum and Tho Takaaze River was reported today in an official communique. Tho official statement which also confirmed the italian taking of Gorr Ahei which opens the Road to made Public information telegraphed by general Emilio de Bono commander in chief of the italian armies in East Africa. On the front of the second army the communique Quot turn to Page 3, column 4. Floridians cheer As Hurricane fades out Jacksonville nov. 0 terse weather Bureau advisory storm has today cheered coastal residents awaiting the the Post seasonal Hurricane which killed 19 persons in the Bahamas and South Florida. All warnings v Are Down of the Florida my Bureau Hurtin crash or. And or Stew. Matlock in Auto Accident or. And mrs. E. W. Matlock of Dryden place were injured in in automobile Accident at big Spring Texas Friday night on their return trip from California. Mrs. Matlock suffered a fracture of the knee and a severe laceration of the Scalp it was Learned from or. Tom b. Matlock Here brother injured physician. Or e. W. Matlock s injuries were confined to minor abrasions and lacerations about the fact and Chest. Details of the Accident had tit been Learned Here this morning no though it was determined that two automobiles were in collision. The wreck i occurred about 10 p. M. The injured doctor and his wife were returning by automobile from san Francisco where he attended the american College of. Surgeons and was made a fellow in. The organization. The couple was o or rive in port Arthur sunday but probably will be delayed several Days because of the seriousness of mrs. Matlock s hurts. Or. Tom b. Matlock said his brother and sister in Law probably assailant leaves after plea by mrs. Haines an armed Man gained admission to the Home Hames Marir Ager of the chamber of Commerce last night at 8 o clock and threat ened him life. Haines was in bed. When the gunman gained Entrance to the House according to mrs. Fairies a car Pulle Dup about.50 feet from the House 3024 tenth and a Man came to the door and rang the Bell. Shown into bedroom he asked Haines and was ushered into his bedroom by mrs. Haines. Mrs. Haines left them to talk. Immediately began to abusive Haines said. Asked me if i was going to the docks again told him i was. He stuck a pistol into my Side and told me i might never leave my bed alive. -1 looked up at Hini and said i might not at this time my wife came to the door of the room and he pointed at asked if shews going to Cal Lith e police. She. Told him she would t Call acid him tool East he backed but of the Rah to the waiting officers notified i dressed and armed myself with an old army automatic service Pis Tol and searched Tho town for. Them and then i notified both the police and the sheriff s Haines said he believed the visit was an Effort to keep him. From testifying in the Ila strike injunction Case which was delayed next thursday. Wife no. Wife no. 8 for the third time in eight years Cornelius Vanderbilt or. Is re ported As headed for the divorce court ills attorney stating that the writing scion of the fancied new York family Anil his wife Are talking it Over with incompatibility As the reason. Wife no. 3 was Helen Var Neil Clarksburg w. Va., Beauty once before married and. Divorced who event with Vanderbilt to the altar last january. She denies that a divorce action is contemplated. Wife no. 1 was Hunchel Littleton Chattanooga Tenn. Marriage in 1920, divorce in 1927. Wife no 2 was Mary Weir Logan Chicago Divorcee. Marriage ims divorce 1931. Are enjoined Orange shipper gets Federal court order tide record for tomorrow Hekli tide am a tide n. M. P. I. Stations an Rollo new York in Lontano san Antonio shr Vapori. Washington. Observations Max. Man. Free to r.2 in. 71 70 no Fin .70 18 62 giant Clipper Heads for California Stop Acapulco Mexico nov. 9. Pan american airways a heavily loaded China her four Soo horsepower motors at full throttle roared up off this City s Mountain guarded at a. In. C. S. T., to Day and headed for. San Diego Gal Miles to Tho North. County offices to close on monday it the Beaumont nov. County departments and courts will be closed monday while officials and employees. armistice Day. Deputies will be available at Tho sheriff s office for emergency duty. Jurors summoned to report monday should not appear until tuesday. Commissioners court which regularly meets on monday will defer its session until the Fol lowing Day. Will go to fort Worth and Arling ton to recuperate after leaving the Hospital in. Big Spring. Big plane Burns flying boat is destroyed in England Croydon England nov. 9 14-ton, 20-Passengcr flying boat Sylvanus biggest a the Imperial airways waa destroyed by ire in tha Harbor of Brindisi Italy today while being refuelled for a regular flight. Alexandria advices to Croydon n air port said. No passengers were aboard and there were no casualties. The ship has been in service for five years. It was to be replaced soon by a 17 1-2-ton ship now under construction. to close new Youk. Nov. 91 my All american financial and commod Ity markets will be closed1 nov. 11, armistice Day a Lii the exception Tho new York and Vatrious other More Relief funds Are Given approval nov. 8 Tho new Deal today allotted nearly More for Quick cheap projects tinder Harry Hopkins Relief program. An allot Lmont of m Cash was made by comptroller general John r. Mccarl to 18 state works Progress administrators. approved a list of projects totalling from which they May. Select those employing Tho great est number of jobless Man s body found md., nov. 0 Tho body of n Young Man burned beyond recognition and badly a t to Rcd wan found by police today on Tho Rock lilo bails Vullo Road i near Here. For speeds Trade pact with Canada Washington nov. 9 speedy conclusion of a reciprocal Trade agreement with Canada a sought today by president Roose who had the Dominion s pre Mier w. L. Mackenzie King us an overnight guest in the White House whether there would be an Early announcement concerning Thi status of the current discussions was Uncertain but there was Little doubt Tho president and the pre Mior devoted much of their Visil together last night to Tho Trado question. Negro shot 3 times in altercation Here Eddie Francis negro of 1025 Texas Avenue was critically wounded As a result of three Bullet wounds inflicted pol co said in an altercation with Albert Tobo negro of 500 w. Seventh morning at o clock.1 Tebo who was arrested by policeman Dewcy Smith claims that Francis had shot at him at 2 o clock mils morning and that to shot it Francis in reprisal. At 11 a. M. Hospital attaches re ported the condition of. Francis As slipping none injured Here in Auto collision occupants escaped injury about 5 a m. Friday when an automobile driven by a. M. Hackney of grif fing was in collision with one in which mrs. W. H. Latham or. Of 537 fifth mrs. H. 0. Mills wife of the county commissioner and mrs. Gerald Barnes were Riding. Employees increase Washington nov. 9 interstate Commerce commission reported today that employees of class one steam railways on octo Ber 15 totalled an increase of one half of one per Over the same period last year and an increase of eight tenths of one per cent Over september. Doris Duke awaits Stork paper believes new 9 Knickerbocker said today in the now. York american of Doris Duke Cromwell tobacco Dolress and it would me if Doris and her husband Jimmy Cromwell decide to remain in await the coming of the Stork in the very near Cromwell who left his Honolulu on their round the world Lono Moon has already started Mck to rejoin Hor in time for Hor Ilert Hurtay nov. 22, Laid. had been in new. York of com in tin kit to. Beaumont nov. Temporary injunction restraining Long Shore strikers from interfering with the handling of cargos by l. L. Hughes Orange Stevedore operator at the port of Orange was issued Here saturday by Federal judge Randolph Bryant. The injunction sought by Hughes is similar to that filed in judge Bryant s court two weeks ago by c Flanagan sons and p. C. Pfeiffer port. Arthur stevedores. Judge Bryant set nov. 14 at 10 a. In. As the time for the hearing of Hughes suit. The Flanagan Pelffer injunction also is sched hour. Hughes suit is directed at the International longshoremen s association through its locals nos. 341.-and 428, officers of the locals i l. A. Members and their sympathizers. The the court prohibits the defendants from congregating in. Large or Small numbers on or near the Orange wharves or approaches from interfering with or interrupting the loading or unloading of cargo with Independent labor from carrying fire arms or other weapons and from intimidating or harassing the complainant or his employees. The petition of Hughes alleges that when Sony Dionne agent for the complainant attempted to re Cruit a non i. A. Labor gang the defendants warned him they would kill him and make shoestrings of his hide if he came near the docks. It is further alleged that Hughes himself was notified that he would be killed on the spot Boord. Smith Hurt Buford Smith 1310" 17th Street suffered a crushed hand yesterday afternoon when the automobile he was driving and that of. A. H. Broussard 260 Al Vista Road collided at 13th and Richmond streets. Both Drivers were charged with reckless driving and will be heard in City court with judge h. H. Hendryx presiding. If he made any Effort to handle the cargo of the is. Crisco docked at Orange. Deputy u. S. Marshal j. C. Aber. Nathy left for Orange shortly be fore noon to serve citations on the defendants. Traffic Captain is v Hurtin Accident e. Davis is Nura chg cuts and minor bruises suffered when his m o to Cycle on which to waa chasing a traffic violator caught in the Street car tracks on Austin at Lake Shore and threw him to Tho ground. Davis was knocked unconscious for several minutes. Mrs. Melton succumbs Here resident for 20 years Dies after Short illness mrs. George m. Melton 61, of 3934 fourth Street died at p. M. Yesterday afternoon it her residence after an illness of two Days. She was a native of Tyler and a resident of port Arthur for 20 years. She was also a member of the women s Benefit association and the first Baptist Church. The survivors Are her husband George h. Melton two daughters miss Elizabeth Melton of port a thur and mrs. E. J. Howell of col lege station three Brothers. H. L. J. C. And Homer Burks All of Tyler two grandchildren James Mil ton Howell and Nancy Jana How services will be held in 3ram Mier s Chapel at 4 p. M. Today with or. A. O. Moore of the first Baptist Church officiating. Burial will be in Harris Creek cemetery at 2 p. M. Sunday at Tyler. The body will leave Here 5 .1. M. Tomorrow. Seeks divorce los nov. 0 Barbara Stanwyck screen actress announced today that she Hud instructed her attorney to Institute divorce proceedings against Frank Fay stage and Fita actor. The actress indicated the complaint will Fay with mental Crew Ltd Garner plans rest after big banquet Baguio a. I., nov. 9 president John n. Garner of the United states came t6 this Moun Tain resort City today to rest after shaking 2000 hands. With other members of the Amer ican congressional party in the to ands to witness the inauguration of the Commonwealth government Sov. 15, Garner boarded a train Early today in Manila after an Ove Ning spent at one of the largest receptions in the history of the is lands. Unloading of vessels is resumed at docks work on construction pro be resumed unload Gulati evil cargo announce local units not. Moved unloading of ships at the Gulf refining company docks began this morning ending a. Month of inactivity there due to the Strika of International longshoremen s association members. The 1075 men forced out at the Gulf Plant by the strike will be recalled to work it was announced. A of the employees Laid off because of the Striko will. Back on their jobs by thursday morning. They will Start resum ing their work tuesday morning. Unloading of ships with inde pendent Dock workers started at the Gulf docks this morning with the arrival of the Oul Gem. Officials of the Gulf company hero announced there will be no removal of equipment from the local Plant and there will be no Transfer to any other refinery of the Canning division of the port Arthur Plant. W. A. Slater general manager of the Gulf company arrived in port Arthur to Start things humming again at the Gulf docks. Tho policy of the Gulf company in regard to the strike had been one of passive dry or this policy which had resulted in the laying off of some thousand employees Dua to the Lack of equip ment and materials being used in. Construction work now under Way at the Plant was reversed today. We have waited patiently for a settlement of the strike and none has been an official announcement said. We Are not going to penalize Tho town and our employees any longer because of the any ships Docking at the guitar from now on will to unloaded or loaded. Will be no further delay in construction and improvement work at the refinery due to failure of material to be available. Officials were emphatic in their determination to proceed with the Normal activities of the docks and Plant. They showed no disposition to further de Lay necessary work by waiting for a settlement of tha month Long strike. Meanwhile loading and unload ing of cargo vessels continued at Tho Texas company. The action of the Gulf company in starting Dock activity this morn ing was viewed As breaking the Back of Tho i l. A. Strike so fax As port Arthur is concerned. Word the employees of Tho Gulf who were forced out by the strike would be speedily put Back to work spread through the City bringing encouragement to employees and business men alike. Assurance that there will be no halt of construction and enlarge ment projects at the Gulf Plant was particularly assuring. Train carrying Grid. Rooters is derailed hot Sulphur Springs colo., nov. 9 University s football team battled Utah today at Salt Lake City without Active sup port of some stranded last night when their special train was derailed at a curve non Here the disappointed students today wore headed Back to Boulder Jack Jonos Boulder colo., waa to Only casualty. suffered a broken leg. Houston nov. 9 ties attributed to strike of the International longshoremen s association at Gulf ports 11 today As officers investigated the death of will Balhan Ger negro Independent longshore Man who drowned in. Brays Bayou. Police said they were informed that Ballinger and Hia brother in Law Samuel Brown also a flock worker were attacked by Glt men. Three Negros chased Ballinger and he jumped into the Bayou in an at tempted escape to elude them. Wit Nesses said Tho three Negros threw stones and Sticks at Ballinger while he tried to swim to safety. Last rites held for evangelist sunday Chicago nov. 9 Al services for the Rev. Billy sunday were held at Moody memorial Church today pallbearers included judge a i Landis baseball commissioner who paid tribute to the great evangelist who deserted professional base Ball As a youth. Others were James Heaton John h. Wiles Thomaa Smith William a. Peterson and Henry Parsons Crowell. Bili approved Austin nov. 9 All red today approved a Bill authorizing condemnation of certain Pri vate lands for restoration or Mark ing of historic

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