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HENDERSON, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, DEC. 10, 1933
VOL. 3
PRICE 5 CENTS
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Offers to Resign
IN GUNBATTLE
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COLUMBUS, O„ Lee. 9 (UP) —
Dr William Oxley Thompson, 78,
president of Ohio State University
for 26 years, died here today.
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REDUCE TAX ON
HARD LIQUORS
Solons Argue Liquor
Must Sell for $1.50
A Quart If Bootleg
Is to Be Barred
SPANISH REVOLT
Premier Claims That
Government Master
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BROTHERS SLAIN
Couple Plan to Cover
Amazon Jungles on
Way to Puerto Rico
And United States
THE WEATHER
East Texas- Eair to partly
cloudy Sunday, Monday unsettled,
colder in north portion. Moderate
.southerly winds no the coast be-
coming variable.
OVER TEN CENTS
Sheriff Seriously Shot
Trying to Arrest
Drunk Brothers
Affray Charge
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Gus L.Coleman
Woolley Trial Will
Be Resumed Monday
President Okeys Codes
For Rectifiers and
Wholesaler Which
Are in Effect
Annual Banquet of
Journalism Club
IITHILE treading on thin ice, I
’ ’ might as well handle another
delicate subject in this paragraph:
A lady whose nerves and temper
had no doubt been sorely tried in
the course of certain civic work
gave me a story. She implied that
it would be Improperly handled in
what I thought was a rather caus-
tic remark on her departure.
Now, since she's read the story
as it appeared auid, since 1 think it
was a literary masterpiece, I'd like
to know if it suited her. Of course,
if it didn’t suit her I’d rather not
hear about it.
IwtiihTsuti Huilu Jfel
divorce from her husband, Eu-
gene Brewster, one-time million-
aire publisher. Corliss, who met
Brewster in 1920 when she was
the winner of a beauty contest ,
conducted by one of his maga-
zines, charged that he “neglected
me shamefully.”
By EDWARD W. LEWIS
United Press Staff Correspondent
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9 (UP)—
Signs of congressional revolt de-
veloped tonight against an admin-
istration proposed liquor tax pro-
gram, which House wet leaders
fear may result in the survival «f
the bootlegger.
Alliances were forming for a
drive to reduce the proposed $2.60
a gallon whisky tax of President
Roosevelt’s inter-departmental al-
cohol control committee. One
group in the House Ways and
Means Committee, which begins
hearings Monday on liquor tax leg-
islation, sponsored a levy of $2 or
less.
The entire fight waged around
See Liquor Ta xon page 7
state has at least three days
McCutcheon
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Woolley,
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Traffic Towers of Washington and | ment’s grandoise scheme of put-
New York
By BURTON KLINE
So far the government’s Public
Works program has tickled the ear
but not the eye. The country has
heard enough about it, and has
seen next to nothing. Private
building totals up encouragingly
over that of a ^ear ago — meaning
that scattered localities may raise
cheer as they raise scatterec
houses or a factory or a business
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WIFE MURDER
LAWTON, Okla., Dec. 9 (UP)—
Robert F. Hayter, 47-year-old
salesman, was charged'with mur-
der here today in the death of his
wife, Mrs. Nellie Hayter, who was
one of three victims of a brutal
slaying in the family home here.
The charge, filed by county at-
.torrtey Dwight Malcolm, did not
mention the slaying of Hayter's
son, Sidney, and hjs daughter,
Bodies of tile mother and
were found the night of
hen officers broke into the
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home.
Hayter was in jail at Duncan.
Denver Bandits Get
$10,000 in Downtown
Beer Parlor Hold-up
DENVER, Colo., Dec. 9. (UP) —
In a daring daylight holdup of a
downtown delicatessen and b er
parlor, five heavily armed bandits
today seized more than $10,000 in
cash and fled through a ha 1 of
gunfire. which was believed to have
killed one of their number.
The bandits, all carrying pistols,
entered the Saliman and Son del-
icatessen and grill as more tiian
25 patrons were eating and drink-
ing beer.
They marched customers into a
back room, forced them to stand
lac ng the wall vz th hands lifted
in the air. and then approached
Isadore Saliman, proprietor.
Sal man arived at his place only
a few moments before from a bank,
carrying about $10,00 in currency,
which h eexpected to use to cash
which he expected to use to cash
country when Mr. Roosevelt took
charge leu than '< year ago and
gave it a hyopdermlc injection of
his ovm courage.
Most of American industry ac-
cepted hie treatment and la limp-
ing back to full vigor again. Some
of it lies even yet on Its back and
kicks at its cure. The cute, it ap-
pears, savors of Interference with
private affairs — government in-
terference. That type of industry
Bee Whirligig on page •
Corlha Palmer
Corliss Palmer, pretty blonde
“Georgia Poach”, is snapped as
she appeared on the witness
stand in a Los Angeles court
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as. mad at me and wishing 1 was
dead, I am going to come right
out and say that the show windows
of the Teller Electric Shop take
first place. I won’t take a chance
on naming a second because there
are so many of them that are so
beautiful and what I might select
would probably not be agreeable
to all.
Maybe it’s because I'm partial to
black backgrounds, or maybe be-
cause the electrical appliances of-
fer such a wade opportunity for
making displays, but I don’t think
I’ve ever seen any prettier windows
than Teller’s displayed for the San-
ta Claus party.
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BALLAS, Dee. ». (UP)-
Paul Sealy, four, was Um ■**«
killsd han lata yastarday wtasa •
shotgun with which ha ang Ma
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WHITCHURCH. Eng., Dec. 9. -
(UP) I-ire win h destroyed “Her-
onry," the great country home oi
Leander J. McCormick, wealthy
Chicagoan, today caused the deatiis
of the Due de la Tremoille ot
France, and James H. R. Rodney,
brother of an English peer. The
duke was trapped in the burning
house. Rodney died of injuries suf-
fered when he attempted to jump
to safety.
Mrs. Rodney, jumping from an
upper window to escape the flames,
suffered a fractured spine. She
was operated on at Winchester
Hospital and later was declared out
See Heronry on Page 7
EUR 0 P E KNOWS
PRICE OF GOLD
BEFORE RELEASE
Treasury Plans Great
Secrecy in Fixing of
Daily Price to Be
Paid for Gold
EL PASO, Tex., Dec. 9 (UP) —
Investigators tonight launched an
intensive investigation into charg-
es made by a captured Mexican
liquor smuggler before he hanged
himself in his cell today that Jau-
rez customs officers were bribed
to permit departure of rum to
the American side of the border-
ing Rio Grande river.
See Rum Runners on page 8
of sstate testimony. 1
has at least two more
witnesses. Miss Mina
sister of the defendant,
defendant himself.
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Mr*. Bolivar E. Kemp
Mrs. Bolivar Edward Kemp, win-
ner of the special congressional
election of the sixth Louisiana
district on a ticket supported by
Senator Huey P. Long, has of-
I fered to resign her post in favor
i of a new primary and election as
a result of the dispute arising
over her victory. Mrs. Kemp, the
only candidate to succeed her late
husband, Congressman Bolivar
Kemp, proposed to quit the of-
fice so that all candidates would
have an equal footing in a new
election.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9 (UP)—
Leading figure* and policies of the
New ’ Deal were satirized tonight
at the annual dinnerof the Gridiron
Club, organization of Washington
newspaper correspondents.
In gaily costumed
song*, club members
version of events in
before 400 guests chosen from lead-
ers of American official, profes-
sional and Journalistic life.
The President, who by gridiron
tradition makes 1 an unreported
speech which cloees an of the
club’s dinners, was Introduced by
a version of the King Midas
fable In which everything the king
touched turned not to gold, but to
paper.
King Mida* Warren, discovering
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OUCH things are indeed ghoulish.
But they may have the effect
of returning reason to many peo-
ple whose reason has been shaky.
It may have the effect of putting
the respect for law and order ut-
most where it belongs. It may
See Uncle Gus on Page 7
Officers Investigate
Lynching at Kountze
Sheriff Doesn’t Think
It Will Be Possible
To Identify Persons
Lynching Negro
KOUNTZE, Tex., Dec. 9 (UP) —
Investigation to determine ddenti-
ty of members of a mob which
early yesterday took the body of a
dead negro, suspected of attacking
and slaying a white woman, from
officers, cut the heart out and
burned the body, was started here
tonight by Sheriff Miles D. Jordan.
Meanwhile, three negroes sus-
pected as accomplices were spir-
ited out of the county and liberat-
ed. The negroes had been held for
investigation in aiding David Greg-
ory, the burning victim, to evade
officers after he allegedly had at-
tacked and slain Mrs. Mellie Wil-
liams Blockman near here a week
ago.
Officers investigating the grue-
some episode said tonight they be-
lieved they would be unable to
identify positively any member of
the mob.
Gregory, shot from a church
steeple at Voth, died en route here
and his body was seized by the mob
that tore the heart from the life-
less form before tossing it on a
pyre in the center of the negro
district.
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GOVERNMENT PROBES LEAKS Ilf
RELEASE OF DAILY GOLD PRICE
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Dec.
(UP) Mother love overpowered
anger in the heart of Mrs. Anna
Kwiatkowski tonight and she con-
sented to allow physicians to per-
form the operation which they hope
will save her daughter from certain
dumbness and possible starvation.
The daughter. 17-year-old Irene,
is suffering from osteomylitis, a
rare disease of the bones. The in-
fection has reached the girl’s jaw-
bone and she can open her mouth
But where is the govern-^Where is the money, where are^>same state of collapse as was the
. undertakings?
By token of Mr. Durno’s ac-
counts from the Washington end
of The National Whirligig Secre-
tary Ickes, in command of these
operations, is ready to deal g out
—after what has been regarded as
undue fussiness in guarding the
Works from plunder and graft. The
kink still holding them lies clearly
elsewhere—and Is not far to seek.
. Behind the scenes the entire con-
struction industry is stffl to Um
rpHE eannibalistic lynching of a
A negro in Kountze, Texas Fri-
day was an atrocious crime in
Itself. If lynching were necessary,
they could have gone about it in a
little less savage manner. The
tearing out of his heart and drag-
ging his body to his mother's door-
step seems unthinkable.
Tho negro's mother said, ‘‘White
folks, you’se done right".
What else could she say ?
might have been awarded similar
treatment by a crazed mob which
turned back the calendar hundreds
of years and acted like a bunch of
uncivilized brutes.
KILLED HV Al TO
DALLAS, Tex., Dec. 9 (UPI
L. D. McVey, 15, was dead tonight
of injuries received when he was
struck by an automobile. His death
brought the total of traffic fatali-
ties here for the year to 39.
FIRE DESTROYS
RICH AMERICAN’S
ENGLISH ESTATE
2 Members of Nobility
Dead and Woman
Badly Injured in
Leap from Window
TUSCUMBIA, Mo., Dec. 9 (UP)
A quarrel betwen two brothers
over an article worth ten cents re-
on the
The bro-
Sheriff
Mother Finally Gives Consent for Operation
To Save Life of Gild Having Bone Disease
®^>(>nly a fraction of an inch. Without
an operation, the mouth soon
would close, preventing Irene from
eating or talking.
Mrs. Kwiatkowski refused to
permit the operation until the last
moment. She was angry with her
husband who agreed to allow Dr.
M. N. Wederspeil, prominent Mar-
quette University surgeon, to oper-
ate.
“I was angry because he signed
See Operation on Page 7
■kits and
gave their
Washington
By RICHARD L. GRIDLEY,
United Pre** Staff Correspondent
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9 (UP)— J
The treasury department ordered I
an inquiry today into alleged
leak* in release of its daily geld
price.
The daily domestic gold buyipg
rate quoted by the treasury and »•'
the reconstruction finance cor- j
poration has an important bearing .«
on the movement of foreign ex-
change quotation*. Treasury off- J
i rials moved promptly to plug the
“leaks'* prior to its release to tho
press at 9:45 a.m. dally and to
halt any profit making that might J
accrue from advance knowledge 1
of the price.
Several complaints of a leak in
the gold price had been presented 1
to treasury officials. On twb oc-
casions in the last week'the gold
price has been known in London
prior to Its release at the ^reas- ' ■,
Jim This advance information .
was h^ld valjrtle to foreign' e«- W
change traders and speculators.
One instance reported to 1
treasury was that of a news agen- J
See Gold Leaks on Page 7 g
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No Change* Planned
For Recovery Bill
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9 (UP)-— |
The Roosevelt administration, 4
while feeling that some amend-
ments to the national recovery net
may be desirable, Is planning to
leave the law as It stands now ra-
ther than attempt any tinkering
when coMress convene* next
month.
NRA officials believe ft would
be unwise to open the door and In-
vite discussion. If attack* are
started by opponents of the act, g
administration spokesmen will step
in with recommendations baaed d*
actual experience.
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Jury Still Out on
’ Cotton Theft Case |
The Jury deliberating the fat* of
Porter Rosa, Mt. Enterprise negro,
had failed to return a verdict 'as
the Dally Mews went to pre** a*
midnight. ' ' I '.‘"I 'life • .'
The negro was charged with th*
theft of eotton from the cottod
house of Allen Chapman of Mount
Enterprise and tho prosecutlod
based tte contention* on rircum*
■tantlal evidence.
” Testimony was Offered during
the trial which lasted three day*
concerning various foot tracks*
comparative pieces of string found
in Rom’ cotton house and in Chap-
man’s field and in tho seed of dif*
forent kinds of cotton.
During the course of the trial
Judge Brown threatened to met*
out punishment to Attorney HtU
for the defense when MW insisted
on his exceptions being sustains*
in many instances.
A NTICIPATING a possible acci-
■Lz. dent with such a crowd in the
city, the ambulance of the A. Crim
Company was parked in the drive-
way next to the fire station ready
to use on a moment’s notice.
The ambulance attendant was re-
lieved when all the activities were
over and not a single accident had
happened to mar the happiness of
the occasion.
It must be a peculiar feling to
be operating an ambulance service
and at the same time hoping you
won’t get any business.
Did you know that funeral direc-
tors are that way? They never
hope for business. They realize
that the inviolate law of averages
will cause a certain amount of
mortality, but most of them have a
concealed dread of answering a
telephone call for fear a good
friend of theirs might be next.
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ting 3 and a third billion dollars
into circulation —- money intended
to dot the country with lasting util-
ities such as hospitals, bridges,
roads, and wiping away of slums?
Put into this construction the
money was to start the wheels of
a thousand industries tied in with
construction, re-hire hundreds of
thousands of workers, and sprinkle
-their spending* over every other
Tarched Industry in the tand.
eight-year-old brother, Eari *ealp
were playing dischargsd. Th* top
had thought ths gun uidoad***
HEAVIEST LETTER MAW—I
TO U. S. CENSUS BURffAWJ
AUSTIN, Dec. *. (UP)—The
heaviest letter ever mailed at
Austin today was en rente to
Washington. X contains *,M*
pages of handwritten acripk *8*
weighed 800 ounoM. . “«
It is the state’s Jaa*a*p M. I
port on births sad WM teMM
by Dr. W. A. Davis, state bu-
reau of vital staUstiee, to toe I
U. S. Bureau of tee Cenwa, »!
w franked . Regular postage
• . , would have been 124.27. fftra
1 do thing, to
DALLAS, Tex., Dec. 9 (UP)
Trial of Toy (1. WooUey, younu,
insurance bookkeeper, charged
with the slaying of his wife, Dor-
othy Woolley, will go into the sec-
ond week Monday with spectators
as much puzzled as ever over the
probable outcome.
Woolley is scheduled to take the
stand Tuesday and give his version
of the domi'stic tragedy, which,
he says, was accidental.
I he defense had completed the
introduction of about GO character
witnesses before court recessed at
noon Saturday.
The Woolley jury will bp held
in its quarters in the criminal
courts building over the week-end.
During the first week the -tate
outlined only a skeleton of its
District Attorney Hurt said
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MADRID, Dec. 10 (Sunday)—
(UP)—The Anarchist-Syndicalist
revolt in northeastern Spain as-
sumed alarming proportions early
today as terrorism took a death
toll estimated at at least 40 and
many wounded.
Although the government main- ,
tained an optimistic attitude, the _
reoellion against the rule of Pre I shortly before.she was granted a
mier Diego Martinez Barrior was
extending its sphere into addition-
al provinces in spite of the mobil-
ization of the civil guard and
troops under a declaration of a
“stale of alarm ”
Madrid, the capital sf
TAVEN a grouchy old sinner like
■Cj 1 am can become thrilled over
Santa Claus. When I saw the hap-
py expressions on the faces of all
those kids Friday night I was real-
ly thrilled. Jess Gibbons spent the
whole day Friday shining up the
fire truck and getting the rear
lights focused just where they
ought to be. He got more fun out
of the parade than anybody I
know.
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suited in a gun battle
streets here late today,
thers were killed.
King was wounded.
The brothers were Oscar Mc-
Gowan, 34, and Douglas McGowan,
25.
Citizens of this quiet village were
kept in a turmoil ‘or more than an
hour until reinforcements came
from Eldon ’to aid local officers.
The quarrel started in Oscar Mc-
Gowan’s home. Officers said the
two were drinking. Douglas ac-
cused Oscar of taking a 10 cent
article from him. A fight ensued.
See Gun Battle on page 7
PARA, Brazil, Dec. 9 (UP) -
Colonel and Mrs. ( ba’ies A. Lind
berga, on the homev.ard sli'et.'i
of a five months air tour of about
25,000 miles, looked forward to-
night to spending Christmas villi
their infant son, Jon. 'they plan
h ave tomorrow, cimi .niuag
Ilif^d to the Units.|
av of Vi a n-my Trinidad, amt
I'u .'io Rico.
The takeoff
a. m.
The Colonel disclosed
tended route at noim. Tim .light
will take him ov
zon River roe e r cei’tly o.amed
by the I’aii-Ami'rieaii Airway.:
between Para ami fua'iaos, a di ;•
tance of about I,ODO miles up th'-
. ive.’. The trip j.: <■ . | to take
about eight an one li.slf hour
l.ai.io stations are mamt.'iined
along th - route and Jr- L.mlberg.i
monoplane will keep m touch with
tl f’-n :■! regi'lnr q
See Lindberghs; on Page 7
Almost Five Million
Allotted for Project
In Rio Grande Valley
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9 (UP) —
Public Works Administrator Ickes
today announced a loan and grant
of $4,853,000 had ben made to the
Willacy county water control and
improvement district No. 1 in Tex-
as.
The allotment will be used to
complete an irrigation system to
serve 36,740 acres in Willacy coun-
ty and 38,000 acres in Hidalgo
county. A pumping plant, settling
basin, canals and distributing pipe
lines are being built.
Of the allotment. $1,068,000 was
a grant representing 30 per cent of
the cost of labor and material. The
remainder $3,785,000, is a loan.
It was estimated that approxi-
mately 4,000 men would would be
given employment on this project
for 18 months.
Option Contracts for
Rusk Co. Not Arrived
The option contracts for the
use of the Rusk County farmers
arc several days over due at the
office of County Agent R. H. Bn
son.
There are about $76,000 worth
of the contracts involved.
Mr. Brison said that the farm
ers may rest assured that they
will get quick service on them
when they arrive in his office.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9 (UP) —
Government control of the liquor
industry was extended today when
the President signed codes for rec-
tifiers of distilled spirits and for
alcoholic beverage wholesalers
A marketing agreement, signed
by 28 leading members of the dis-
tilling industry, awaited final sig-
nature by Secretary of Agriculture
Wallace to make it effective. The
liquor codes go into effect tomor-
row.
Rectifiers and wholesalers of dis-
tilled spirits or fortified wines may
operate only under permits from
the federal alcohol control admin-
istration. Permit, are not requir-
ed for wholesalers of brewery pro-
ducts.
Code authorities from within the
industries are to be set up by rec-
tifiers and wholesalers, subject to
FACA approval, and in each case
reporting to FACA on posted
prices and terms of sale, code vio-
See Liquor Control on Page 7
Saying Officials Bribed
Customs Official I*
Last to See Victim
Before He Commit*
Suicide With Belt
began to feel the force of the re-J
bel outbreak with several bomb- | *--
ings reported and a
hand grenades thrown.
seemed to be directed in a large
measure against religious institu-
tions.
At one a.m., Minister of the
Interior Rico Avello said the sit-
uation was unchanged and held
ot the earlier optimistic statement
See Revolution on Page 7
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S. P. Board Decides
To Transfer Rockland
Terminal to ’Doche*
HOUSTON, Tex., Dec. 9 (UP)—
Settlement of a major Issue had
been completed tonight as the
Southern Pacific railroad execu-
tives and representatives of em-
ployes ended the third day of a
closed session in an attempt to
reach agreements without the aid
of a federal mediator
Both sides made concessions, it
was learned, when an agreement
was reached In the protest against
the company's proposed elimination
-of the freight service terminal at
Rockland It was decided to trans-
fer the terminal to Nacogdoches.
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Electric Railway Co.
Plan* Test for NRA
MILWAUKEE,Wis., Dec. 8 (UP)
A test of the constitutionality of
the NRA was undertaken today by
the Milwaukee Electric Railway
* Light Co. Judge Daniel W. Sul-
livan took under advisement the
petition of the company for remov-
al of an injunction suit against it
to Federal Courts for the consti-
tutionality test.
The suit, started by the Electri-
cal Worker* Union and the Wis-
consin State Federation of Labor,
charges that ths company refused
to permit employees to join labor
unions affilated with the Ameri-
can Federation of Labor.

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