The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 149, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 19, 1936 Page: 1 of 4
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DENISON AND VICINITY
fair and wanner tonight and
A FAST CROWING PAPER
7c PER WEEK
Representative United Press and International News Ser vice.
DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DEO. 19th, 1930
WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930-DAILY 1934
VOL. 3—NO. 149
TAKE TOP SPOT AT
Hundreds See iKalf Million
i Miss Flot iue Hodges Makes Hit
as Angel of Mercy as Special
1 Feature on Katy Show;
j Foodstuff Mounting for poor
To Be Cut In
Katy Railroad to be Asked to Follow City} ----
Ordinance Forbidding More Than Five| ur6ftt Interest
Minute Blocking Traffic; Street Crossings) Taken In Event
Streets c»me in tor the major mini for moving car.- to pass Public Visits Show as Greatest
poition of a discussion during tht through when the parking space.- Interest in Years is Taken
regular meeting of the city coun are filled on both avenue . Mr. | For Christmas Holidays,
cil Friday afternoon. Particular( Williford said the changes would1 _____
Small Amount of Appropriu
tion made Several Days Ago
to mean Many more to be
thrown out of work, future.
Identity Of Train Victim Friday
Learned; Another Dies Same Way
Sunday Deadline To Release
Chiang, Government Warning
on street he made beginning Friday
present the parking spaces an^ interest and attendance so
at Santa Claus quarters
emphasis were placed
markings. j At
The council appointed Stixe at an angle from the curbings,
Commissioner Fred B. Williford to but under the new plan, one sale
see that parking spaces on llui-k will remain as it is and the other
rod Burnett avenue were changed wil] he lined off parallel with the
immediately. curbings. The change came after
The present setup leaves little city firemen had claimed their
____________________i runs were slowed down by present
1 Four men will be hired to be-
Join Search To
Friday was high day in point of
Work to be only Provided for
Less Thun Two Millions, Re
port Today Indicates, Said.
2 More States
WASHINGTON — More than
far! 500,000 persons will be cut from
in the] the roll of the relief workers, in
Katy car shops store where hun- addition to the seven per cent cut
dreds of pounds of good things to' of a few weeks back, taking the
eat and solid food are being as- sum appropriated for that work as
semblcd for the worthy needy of the basis of figuring, it was de-
the city. | dared today.
Hundreds of local citizens at-' While Secretary Hopkins
By DULCE MURRAY
If General is Killed, Govern-
ment to Make Drive into
Heart ol Rebel Stronghold
NANKIN — The deadline has
been set at 5 a. m. EST Sunday!
| for the release of General Cinungi
at the hands of the rebel loader,
Gen. Cliang, after which
December 19, 1874
On next Monday, the 21st, the
mammoth hell for the Union Sciu- it uieans the death << the gen-
inary will be put ill it.- place in eral held in captivity, the go\ern-
boll tower. The bell is by far the uient wilt carry forward its de-
t largest in the city, weighing 1,- termination to enter the ptron-- (,an<"u l'"’al
.mi 11,i..i—111■ i.. at i:i.j i,nisi ni ,i,......i... ... . i over the floor.
steps will be taken and ilmpmT f , «P<*nsore,l
live expedition will sta.i. Even if1 ? f° c u ’’
Means the .... ' ma(le 11 known
of local citizens
tended the event which had a.i a that all will be given work, sciH
special feature, a local girl, Miss j the figures are cold facts that in-
gin street and avenue markings Fiorine Hodges, who represented dicate that many persons will be
.throughout Denison. The council, the Angel of Mercy. | off the roll in a few days.
Locate Plane said that present street and ave-i Special beautiful colored spot j The appropriation to he asked
___ I nue bloek markings were becom-J lights which reflected at intervals! by the president as indicated in
ing illegible in many places and] vari-colored lights, were placed on! advance will he enough ti
ISO pounds, and measures 47 iu-jhold of the rebel general.
. the mouth. Messis. A rej
j Kcffer & Bate have the contract; prisoner had
Strange, these ln:> tan beings
Last night at a dance in the Kraft
an intermission. As the musician-
put away their instruments, tin
! 'lance s i. tnained in groups all
Quick on the trig
Clothing and Pistol Worn by
Slain Man, Identified as
Olan J. Foreman, Claimed
to Have been Stolen here.
| dies across the mouth. Messis.j A report was current that the' 0,'d't",la leade''' ami0un"-
, «u there would be
Hundred Square Miles to be i
Taken in by Searchers for
Ship Believed Wrecked. up
were badly in need of brushing the scene by the mechanical gen-' vide work for
| >us of members of the Katy Crew sons.
only 1,900,000 |,.*i
12 year-old Colored Child Dies
Following Being Struck by
, . . ..........ut no intermission! Train I,lside Limits.
been released, butl.,„j ,u ,, , _____
lor putting the bell into position,! it is believed now that this wa- ^ h pul,“<1 ou' :ll('!r- positlVl, in.,-nfifi . , ,
pro-/ham". !r|u‘; hars,,,>’ 0,1 the Para.the ‘,u,litive expedition at the; !(™°’ ,t"L'\n?t Friday night,
of envious Shermanites. | deadline stated, follow the receiv-| nm. liv
The liell si ems to be all that
by a train inside of the
I A dozen stop signs will he or-; in the store room department. j This will mean a further .-lash
SALT LAKE CITY Search f0r iHercd immediately and placed at1 This has been the greatest year! in employes of twenty per rent
the missing plane of the Western! necessary points. The new plugs vet in point of interest taken in'or near two million person
whetTl'vo'a'dj'oining states t'o'utah 'vbei> at-"uck bv » car an<1 have rC(1 Hoa4cr ( l,!b- which 1 poi.wringi A 1 J
will be included in the area to Cached to insure a driver the event. More ba.-k-ts titan,
be searched for the plane, missing tbem lin “Pleach at night, over will be distributed this year LoanSharkS
since early last Tuesday morn-' City Secretary C. C. Hicks was among the needy tv..,.by of the
jn(, i instructed to write a letter to J.) city, it is declared.
An area of more than 100 miles! Gallagher, Katy official here The public has attended in
will be taken in and the number' asking that the railroad take no] larger numbers than ever before
of persons increased to a determ-! more than five minutes in block-; ami Friday night there was a oon-
ined effort to solve the mystery, ing traffic at crossings inside the, tinuous stream of visitors for
of the plane with its seven passen-’city limits. The need for obsen- 'some time in and out of the
ance of this city ordinance, was grounds which are entered from
In The City
Ordinance Needed to Protect
. „ . .1, . , „ in our lives that we have seen an The man killed near the river,
be" .— ms to be all that «, mg of a note from the captive orchestra foi.CPl| t„ , , ] whose body was torn almost to
neces-ari to complete our mag- t.iat he might be back in Nankin! mis<ion bits and scattered over half a
nificmit educational structure, and, w.th hb friends by Saturday. j ' ' __ mile, was identified as Olan J
otic citizens owe the acquisition The date of the leUer was not Whi|l. w„ ^ ^ to Foreman of Ada, Oklahoma. Ut*
j anything like that, the I’re-- . .. ! tiliratinn was made by an uncle,
-- ■ lied the story of the man slain by I: J ,,ut,a"'- 01 Bells, and a
' a train Friday morning, and spec- cousin.
of this last addition to the indust-1 indicated to the public.
i cy and eaten pi be of Prof. Phillips,________ _
ami to the munition and energy he p a A 1
ha engeinlei ml in his pupils, as. VlUilvy 4 VSK8
tho purchase money has been col- Ro
lerted by the pupils from private! OirUClUTcS DC
George It. Loving returned mi;
I the 1 7th from Fort Sill. He re
! ified that hi.-
s name was
O J. ‘ The pistol, coat and gloves worn
■ Foreman, because cv- i/thing
by Foreman were said to
letter carried by him pointed tol
identified as those stolen
the fact that the dead man was’ 111,111 t,ie home of C. P. Stan-
Foreman. Sure enough, id. - tifi-j bau«h, 300 West Day street, some
cation this morning disclosed ihe1 ,im* Thursday night or Friday
Borrowers from Sharks who ports a" quiet along the frontier,1 F eder.tl Inspectors and Arch: .
tects to be in City Tuesday J fact that he wa.- ill -mii'ty I-1 • - corning Whether loreman rob-
bed the house himself or had ac-
may be here or come later, all ihe hostile Indians having been
driven back in the vicinity of the
•Staked Plains." A government
, "Denison needs t' pass
While this is going on, still an-] stressed, inasmuch as the fire (U-, Mirick avenue, just south of the. lhose ij( Da|las and Ft. Kuppiy camp has been established;' G
.................t. fKo cnie-1 nartment; might be impeded on its.Katv tracks. nr._n. ....... t.. . i. •._______j om .. ...u;„i. 1 ber.-
other mystery is trying to he solv-jpartment might he impeded on its, Katy tracks,
ed in what became of the planej way to a fire by a train taking ov-, Tuesday is announced
j:..... 54c limit. Mnr t.Vinn fivi» min-* 1
with two men aboard that disap- er its limit. Mor than five min
peared Thursday near the Idaho-] ules might mean
Washington border line.
I last day the public will have
complete loss to see the display which repre-
The men to a dwelling or establishment. | rents hundreds of pounds of all
aboard this machine are M. J. Residents on East Shepherd and] kinds of solid food stuff, with
Aide, pilot Nelson streets petitioned the eoun-, something included for the chil-
I cil to extend lighting facilities so'dren in each household.
i their homes might receive the1 u is planned that there shall be ^ ^ continued
'benefits. 'Ihe petition was passed enough in each basket to take | ,,,u('
' until another meeting by the coun- care of each household for a per'
] oil. i iod of ten days.
for final Inspection building | man
----- ; -- . quired the garments from anoth-
Govemnent inspectors, mem-j A positive identification of the J ,‘1'^person, may never be known by
of the architectural firm of j man could not lie furnished, even 1 police. The pistol was found a
Dewitte and Washburn of Dallas] by dose relative.-. Hi? eou.-i:i andj!ihort distance from parts of the
.,! and representative of the Gurley uncle heie this morning, said the1 b°d.v, badly bent and a’most be-
few das’.- since with three com-1 Guiistruction company of Dallas,i description fit. but could not he'-vond repair,
designed to protect the borrowers] panics of troops, for a raid, but',vil1 be in the ^ Tuesday after-1 postive until some reported tab...- While police were seeking to
Worth covering the business of the
loan shark,” declared a well-known
"The ordinance in question is
beyond Fort Sill, at which Fight-
ing Philus camped.
Major Scofield left Fort Sill
Livennoore and A. A.
and co-pilot, respectively.
Friday Night ^^ Revolt Threats
Paced for the second consecu- j Rocks LaboYlteS
live night b;. Oliver Jackson, Den-1 _
from the sharks and unscrupulous! it is thought they will not
loan brokers who may be here] anything.
may cevne later," '.he! December 19, 1886
A frightful accident
II, out s --- s ----- ,r .......
effect! 110011 to discuss the final accept-! ing on his arm- were fmimi
j b urn the slain man’s identity, a
! 12 year-old negro child, JunioT
I Jiai hail buildings by the city com-1 Denison high ragei s eame hack Dalton, received fatal injuries
occurred mi88l°n- | with a rush Friday night in beat-) wl,e» struck bJ' a freight train in
ance of the Peabody and munici-|
. ai i ying1 would not accept the structures| because tin Buiihamites had a " f'ame (bl-'-
C (.oaj and selling until several small corrections] couple of buy- who could Gioot; ' 1,1 youngster s left arm and
who will buy, and "'ere mad'1. Gurley asked that: 'em from the renter of the floor. •' - " f‘rp mangled ~o badly that
the1 the matter on both building? be The Grovers didn’t ami were 1 amputation of the members were
losing! the r'110 block West Shepherd
] loans that require no security,
j The practice is such that many! dily in
high school Yellow Jackets]
won from Honey Grove high
l ines totaling $246 were
lected during November by
police, a report by Chief J.
times parties who are under obli-j around sac!,?
it to any one
col- gations to the loan agent pay back
city, in interest more than they bor-
school at the high school gymnas-i potfint jr |n)inr trouble threatens
17 11 Knfnrn fhn lnvirpst' , 1 - ... . ......1.....1
ium t7 to 11 before the largest
crowd in two years.
Jackson managed to put the
hall through the loop for three
goals and six points to lead the
scoring parade. Parrish of Honey
Grove rang up five points Jor sec-
ond place. At the close of the
first, period, the Jacket? led I to
0, and took an 8 to 2 lea ) at the
half. At the end of the third
quarter, the score stood, It to 1.
In a curtain raiser Jacket It's
del'ented the Mud Dauheis 17 to
R. j row, and still leave the greater
WASHINGTON-— Long smold- j jyighner, read before the city pan, of the principal unpaid,
ering discontent which ha? boon, council Friday afternoon, reveal-1 The rate is such as to be exlior-
■ bitant, according to reports.
STREET WORKERS TO
BE GIVEN TWO DAYS
you will be led to wonder at
novel persuit, ami where the, boys; closed.
get the coal. Well, this is how; -----
they obtain it for the most part. pQJ*^y|0j* DdlisOIl
1 beaten, inasmuch a? they . nal.ln't i 1 ' l'vs?ary, II..11..way hospital
| get through the Jacket'
j for crip shots.
to he an open revolt when
group of indust; ial workers head-
ed by John Lewis appearerd here be GIVEN TWO DAYS pi* • p • l
demanding that the workers hej off FOR CHRISTMAS) VlllllC flcUSed
It is feared tlat a total of 100-j gUoet tl.nployes and other city] Local PaStOI an,| g0 hack and pick it up
00(1 workmen may be rcpresenGj wor^|lleUi wi|i be Friday and Sat- --* ] Whether this boy ha
ed in r. genet*1 vatkout which will u,.day 0/f next wee|j f0r the! "1 carried over two pitiful cases! lnisines; regular or not,
affect various phases of the Christmas holidays, a motion at to 'he clinic at Shopman where known hut he wa? engaged in thr
they board coal trains while theyi
are going out of the yards, and as
they are passing through the su-
burb. of the city, they kick the;
coal off, and having gotten what,
they want, they jump from the;
Miss Idabell Sample,
Sna IT1 uml wht
The late st nuuiber of fans
have seen in a couple of y<-;i
were present at the school for th»-
game which miffht ituiiratc t‘ at
.there wil] be a laru» r riitiMKiat'iv
S.i, who geason. The buckets lire just
more games they
alter a short illness. Services will will he havd tu ,R.a,.
Taylor, f ....
Dial, F .
Thompson, g t
F. Irwin, g-c ...
Hodge, f ..............
indus ry and its .Hied workmen, the city council Friday afternoon jthe Rotarians are sponsoring
----------- j indicated. The employes will be
GIRL SENDS OWN NOTE 1 pjvep only one day off for New
ON TREE FOR SANT A
CLIFTON, N. J.—When J. w STOCKS CAPRICIOUS IN
Appleby bought his Christmas Gee! ACTIVITY. CAUSES ALARM
dangerous pursuit when overtak-
very humane and Christian move- ,,n b\ this calamity. A mail liv-
knent," declared Rev. Hairy Lee' ing near the track, had hired him,
I Virden Saturday morning. | for la cents, to get ou the train
He then told of a boy and girl and throw off some coal which
who had afflictions which would, the man was afterwards to pick
1 marred them for the rest of their up. He got on a coal train near
gone too long without support J..r
its cage squads.
Inched to the trunk of H
dated at New Brunswick,
be conducted at the Short-Murray
chapel here at 3:30 p. m. Sat-
urday, with Rev. L. R. Lamb of-
ficiating. Interment will be at
Lay no with ’Short-Murray direct-
M's.? Sample was born in Lib-j witt«.n bv someone on the lo.e
th’"train passed' C1'ty> ,n<J ’ a,,d 1'0('pivpi1 bel' e‘,u*i life of Edward and Wally and
The Durant Democrat got
good 0110 the other day wh."
tendants -aid today. The right
foot was mangled badly by the
train; which was said to have
pissed ovei the child’s hip.
■ m? showed tho child
- i! • rod from serious internal in*
a l ies, beside.- cuts and bruises all
over his body.
I'he IValton child was being
on ->'.l by Ins grandmother. Mr.?.
Sarah Fuller, 1015 West Day
Hi? injuries were received
«• un be wa- aid to have attempt*
: to grali a rung on a ladder of
: l.oxcar as the train passed while
| in v a- playing with several other
remarked there was a book Ik
' bildren. He was dragged
Uiulur the moving wheels.
girl. it read: “Dear Santr. Claus
How i: Mrs. Claus,
to send me a doll that wi'l cry
NEW YORK—What is making
stock vie with each other in try-
ing to take the
:nu?e of much discomfort among) defect
lives had they been penmitted to, the depot and as
go untreated.' through the citv, he kept kicking P°mt- Sne CW“*,were going to tit!,- it
The girl had an impediment in off the , oal. The train had reach- w,th the famllf to Den.son 45 the Wind-sor.”
, , , , ,i , . . years ago, ami resided here tor1
cellar route is t,v ! her speech caused by a phyacaHe, the crossing at Soul .,, a'«'m Voveral years. Later she moved1---
which modern surgery when the hoy in an attempt toi
in Ti vis now !'.100 acres ar<*
j1111111’• 11 to mriots, 5,C00 to beet^
a.l r:- ..... t'' cabbage, tlie report
I want yoaJ traders. Utilities, U. S. Steel j could take away. The boy hao stop from one car to another mis^-
i V.hiohom Steel, American Tele-, another kind of handicap
| phone and General Motors ,.re| would have held him in a physical them lighted with
! trying to outdo each other in Ink-1 handicap also.
I jpg drops. I The work of the clinic was
| highly praised by the Denison pas-
to Durant and lived with a sister! ShirleV BeiJinS ----------------' '”*
which'Cl his footing ami faHir^between ’ *»• «veral years, leaving then for] „ . , U y.« do not «ot Y-r W
hi? rio-ht arm! Gahfurnia, wheie she lived with i ITer 4tll I CSLC delivered to you by S p. a. oock
1 a neice, I _ day. ple»»e phone 300 and will
She returned to this city in'] HOLLYWOOD— Shirley Tem-!b* sent ,ou'
Drive SAFELY—Not Recklexily . tor.
Referee—O. J. Malone.
AUSTIN—All wiut« r vegetables,
excepting those in tin Coastal
U.'-nd are. mnking '0"d progress in ,
Texas, the Dec I report of the
I department of Agriculture show- I
Texas' dominance in the spinne.i 1
shown by an estimated .
Prisoners Will Have To Take
Their Strokes At Cops Prior
To Ride—Black Maria Coming
norofigo next year of IPt.'iOO com
l.iri'rt with only 2.200 foe Cali
forma and t.Oon for Louisiana.
Crop prospects la the State arc
good at Mils time of tlio year, amt
quality is X'xcetlrnt. 'Ovrc limit
t ic crop I? on Irrigated land.
Iii ot , broccoil cnbbage. car-
lo!?, cauliflower and IVimudn
onions all are In licttcr shape than
a month ago. Very few strawber-
ries arc expected for harvest
and leg over the rail,
than it takes to tell.
In less time
train passed over him, leaving him 1931> livi,'g hcle foL' “ Joar andjplo will begin her fourth year in I
THE DENISON PRESS
lying outside the rail with both t'1™ moved to Dallas,
limbs completely severed from the
body. Mr. Louden, who happened
to he passing, picked tip the un-
fortunate hoy and earned hxn to
his home. fir-. Arhe.-on and Wil-
kinson were -non in attendance.
the movies today. Thiee years|
Surviving are two nephews, ago she was unknown end had aj
John Williams, Kansas City; Clar- i wninor part in a picture feat a nr|
nee Sample, Dallas. One neice,! little girls. Her ability »> , .
Mrs. Geo. Walker, lives at Braw- tod and she soon became the big
ley, Cal. gest box office attraction.
Pallbearers will be Jess Red-] it was estimated that he ha?
The amputations were quickly] "ton, Roy Herzinger, Arthur shown to 240 million persons
made, the. arm being taken off j Wi-cat-ham, Don Brack, W i.l Kind since that time. Her om mi j- haw
Husband and Wife
the elbow and the leg at thejsiy and Charles Brigham.
at tne einow ami uie ni wuri
( ity prisoners from now on side the truck body, so that po- third of the thigh. Monday the'
will be given u free ride in a less- lice driving the car will be sepnr- hoy seemed to be doing well,
er form of a "Black Maria,” and ated from tbc prisoners they have December 19, 1901
will have to do their swinging at “picked tip." | \ fourteen year old bo\ who
cops through a heavy wire screen, la the past officers have had Jives with his father and step
following action taken by the city trouble with drunken prisoners^ mother on Sears street, was beat
council Friday afternoon. M'ho insist upon scuffling withj eh unmercifully by his -----
them during the transportation Tuesday night and then turned ] tored when lie is taiauguiated
, been placed at SI 250,000
past three years.
KUSCH GARAGE HAS
SMALL FIRE TODAY
The council passed a '.notion to
do away with the present car of ^b ’plavful boys
the city police, a large roomv se- wfl, have to do all thpir gcuffl-
dan and purchase a small make jng before they are dumped in the
car with » heavy wire covering in-Vngon, hound for the city jail.
WASHINGTON—It has been
indicated that President Roosevelt
will make it his first duty to have,
father the jobless of the country regis-
out of the house. The boy’? president for his second term next]'did .email damage to several ar-
scrcanis while the whipping was January. i tides piled in one corner, a fire
being administered, attracted the He will deliver his message on^ report said. The blaze is be-
6th in person, it is annouu-| lieved to have started from a stove
A small file at the A. W. Kus
j ch garage in the 200 block we:'
, Woodard street at 8 a. m, today
M\ husband begins correspond-
ence course.- un I never finishes
them. Mi J. \Y. B.
(Continued on Page 41
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