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PROCRAM SET More Then 100 to Attend Session Saturday Night Here C J. Taylor of Fort Worth, super intendent of the Eleventh Postal Division, and Mrs Helen Johnson, ■pedal representative of the Branlff Airlines, will be the featured speak er* at a meeting of the Lower Rio Grande Valley Postal Employes as sociation hare Saturday night. Mrs. Johnson is scheduled to ad dress the gathering, to be held at El Jardm hotel, on "Flying the Air Mail.** and Superintendent Taylor Is expected to speak generally on matter* pertaining to the mail ser vice in this division. More than 100 Valley postal em ployes and their families are ex pected to attend the session. Per manent organisation of the new group is expected to be completed at the Saturday meeting. The address of welcome will be made by H. L Yates and the re sponse will be handled by Post master A- M Bowie of San Benito. Talks scheduled include: "New Airmail Schedules." by Assistant Fcatmaster C. C. Stewart of Browns ville; "Supervisors,” by Lancv Rod gers, assistant postmaster. Harlin gen: "Clerks,” by A. D. Purdy of Harlingen, president of the Valley district of the United National As sertion of Post Office Clerka; "City Carriers." by Jesse F. Cum mins of McAllen, secretary of the Valley district of the National as sociation of Letter Carriers: and "Credit Union." by L A. Wise of Meroedes. president of the Valley Postal Credit Union. These short talks will be followed by a business session when efforts will be made to form the association Into a permanent organization. AU of the visitors have been In vited to be guests of Manager John Fanning of the Capitol Theater at a midnight matinee, and other en tertainments for the afternoon are being planned. MARKETS NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK, Aug. 14.—<PV— The stock market slackened Its pace somewhat Wednesday, but the main body of shares still pointed upward or held even. Alcohols and oils were the ben eficiaries of special news develop xnerts and gave the best perform er ce on the up-side. Profit-taking again was evident in Industrials. Rails and utilities were restrained. Wheat and other grains managed to get a trifle higher during early trading In Chicago, but cotton was mostly lower and bar silver declined to 14 cents an ounce In New York to 65% cents following another re diction earlier in London. Among shares advancing around a point or more after National Dis tillers, U. S. Industrial Alcohol. Am er'can Commercial Alcohol. Texas Pacific Coal and Oil. Postal Tele graph preferred. Briggs Mfr.. Deere A Co . Colgate-Palmolive- Peet, and Allied Chemical. General Electric Ei Into new 1935 high ground dur r the forenoon at 324. Shares holding about steadv in cluded Bethlehem Steel. U. S. Steel. Chrysler. New York Central. An aconda. Kennecott. International Telephone, American Telephone and North American. U. S. Smelting, one of the foremost sliver producers, lost around 2 points before steadying. The sudden revival of Interest In oil shares, most of which have been a drag on the market of late, fol lowed Introduction in the senate of an administration sponsored bill providing for ratification by con gress of the oil states’ compact. CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO. Aug. 14. UP.—Grain prices averaged higher early Wed nesday. helped by Liverpool wheat quotations stronger than icoked for. Opening unchanged to S up, Dec. 88H-89. the Chicago wheat market soon scored a general upturn. Com started at 4-14 gain. December 56. and then held near to these limits. NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 14. (*V Active futures were from 1 to 6 points lcwer at the start of trading on the cotton market here Wednes day. An overnight announcement by Senator Bankhead of Alabama that an official statement on the 12-cent loan was Imminent had slight ef fect on price movements Early dealings, while active, shew ed little change from the previous close. October was 6 points lower at 10.82, while December at 10.68. January at 10.69. and July at 10.68 were off min er amounts. Active options held in a narrow range during the morning with light offerings being well absorbed by professionals »nd the trade Oct. held around 1082 but March Jset 7 points to 1C.65 and May was off nearly 50 cent- a bale at 1063. Picking has staged <n South Carolina and was going ahead at an increasing pace in south Texas. It was reported. The excessive heat of the past few days was said to have gone far toward holding the boll weevil ravages In check. Former Isabel Man Buried At Corpus (Special to The Berald) CORPUS CHRIST!. Aug. 13.— Funeral services were held here Sunday for Manuel Lozano. 53. resi dent of Corpus Christi for the past 17 years. Lozano, a restaurant opera tor. Is well known in the Rio Grande Valley, having come here from Port Xaibei. He is survived by his widow. Mrs Marla Lozano: a brother. Vicente Lozano; a niece. Miss Rosa Chapa , Lozano, a nephew. Refugio Chapa | Lczar.o; and a brother-in-law. Ra fael Flores. Lozano died Friday. Edelstein’s To Take Scouts To Meeting Through courtesy of the Edensteln j furniture store, provisions have been made for transporting Brownsville Boy Scouts to the Valley-wide court ef honor to be held in San Benito j Wednesday night. Scouts wishing transportation are rsquested to gather at the high school building at 5 p. m Wednes day with all necessirv equipment fT j the court of honor. The Brownsville Scouts are due tc arrive in San Ben- = tto at 6 p a. i LITTLE MISS DEMPSEY MEETS HER GRANDMOTHER Three generations of Dempseys are pictured as Jack, the former heavyweight champion, visits his mother, Mrs. Cecilia Dempsey, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Jack's mother is holding his daughter, Joan Hannah, with Mrs. Hannah Williams Dempsey, for mer star of the Broadway stage, at right. Petitions Morgan for Ethiop I^oan ■ 11 ■ 11 ■ ■ 11 i ■ * • mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^m^mmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnmmm , To enable Ethiopia to prepare for Its defense against Italy. Dr. AzaJ Wargneh C. Martin (above). Em peror Haile Selassie’e new envoy to England, sought to obtain a 910.000,000 loan from J. P. Mor gan In London. Beau Brummel of the U. S. Secret Service Id the days when he was bodyguard for John Coolldge at Amherst Col lege. Russell C. Wood, above, has worked his way to a high position in his profession. He just has been named assistant jchief of the White House secret v service^ Sally to Wed Claudette’s Mate The Ion* estrangement between lovely Claudette Colbert of the fllme and her actor-husband. Norman Foster, won’t be allowed to drag along much longer just for lack of Interest. For Foster has announced he will marry Sally Blane. above, actress sister of Loretta Young, just as soon as he can obtain a divorce from Claudette, who is vacationing in Mexico. Hollywood has been watching the ripening Foster-Blane romance for several month: (Ql© § EHJ IP MlILID'V Joy DAN THOMAS - pEORGE SCARBO EJlthouGh She HAS achieved fame IN SEVERAL MEDIUM^ grace moors IS PROJDESTOPTWE PACT "THAT HER. K'JS bano Regards her asa Perfect cook. Han HUHTifL, BRITISH Across, NCW IN HOLLYWOOD, HAs/"> VISITED EVEP-Y Possession ofgqeat BRITAIN EXCEPT CANADA MOST OF HiSTlPAVCU-A HA'JE BEEN A0OAPO HiS OWN YACHT. •5 CJENE RAYMOND IS An ExPeZT horseman and has won bluc ribbons in jumping- cl^sse*-/* at several. horse suoa*& ‘ICICLE TESr MAN WEAKENS Law Threaten* to Wreck Plans to Attempt To Revive Dead HOLLYWOOD. Calif.. Auf. 11. (jP) —Growing threat* of legal interven tion apparently served Tuesday to melt some of Stephen Simkhovitch’s determination tc be frozen stiff in an ice box as an experiment in ecience. “I will do nothing illegal,” the s - year-old screen writer said, -and if the law declares the proposed ex periment in that category, I will withdraw." Simkhovltch last week signed a contract with Dr. Ralph Willard. Hollywo:d research chemist, to court death by refrigeration in an effort to prove Willard's contention thit cer tain diseases can be eliminated by freezing and that a human being can be revived after having been frozen to death. He planned to at tempt his third rejuvenation experi ment Wednesday in which a mcnkey plays the "living icicle” role. A companion Simian subject, he declared, was successfully revived after a short stay in refrigeration, and * third monkey, a female, died during the test. The writer’s mother. Mrs. Mary Stmkhovitch. New York social work er. urged her son in a telephone call from New York Monday to abandon his plans, but Simkhovitch said his mother's pleas would not C^nge his i plans. Dr George Parrish. Los Angeles health officer, said he advised the mcther “every attempt” would be 1 made to halt the proposed experi ment. He said he thought the district attorney had jurisdiction in the mat ter. although that office has not ex pressed itself as yet. 11 BID FOR " (Continued from Page One) Co. of Dallas. Austin Bridge Co., of Dallas, Russ Mitchell, Inc., of Hous ton, American Construction Co. of Houston, and w. Horace Williams Co of New Orleans. The concerns bidding on the rail w&v terminals are: Wm. A. Smith Construction Co. of Houston. Dodds Sc Wedeeartner, Briggs-Darbv Construction Co., and the Austin Bridge Co. Dozens of concerns, mostly of Brownsville, are securing plans and specifications on the various sub contracts, and will figure on these. Included in this work Is the earth work, wiring, plumbing and hauling. The concrete highway connecting w*th the turning basin was com Ip.eted this week. The concrete Is j now covered, but will be opened for traffic Monday. Opening of bids on this work was held up until the : road was finished, F.D.R. SIGNS * (Continued from Page One) of eight or more persons. The em ployers would get credit for pay ments made to state unemployment Insurance systems. The credits could not exceed 90 per cent of the federal tax. The taxes start Jan. 1. 1938. An appropriation of $100,000,000 Is to be made by the federal govern ment next year to provide far old age and grants to the blind, crippled children and needy mothers. Jr addition, the government will cffer grants of $15 a month, to be matched by the states, for needy eged not cared for under the con tributory pension system. An ap propriation of $49,753,000 for the current fiscal year Is authorized for the purpopae. MEASURE WILL (Continued from Page One) through congress by Congressman Mlltcn H West of Brownsville makes this possible. To Begin Soon According to J. L. Lytel, project engineer for the boundary commis sion In the Valley, this organiza tion will Immediately take up with the counties the matter cf ag^e ments on rlghts-of-way and main tenance, so that the work can U started as soon as possible. The greatest single structures In cluded In the program are con crete Intakes at the entrance to the main floodway near Hldalgc. The definite program of work has not been announced by the boun dary commission. New Mexico Erosion Project Is Planned WASHINGTON. Aug. 14. (.4V-An expanded erosion control program in New Mexico calling for expen diture of $2,017,563 was announced Wednesday by H. H. Bennett, chief of the soil conservation service. Bennett said one new project would be established In Union county to cover approximately 50, 000 acres near Clayton, where head quarters will be maintained. "city briefs" ■-■ Flowers tor all occasions boa Lbanos Greenhouse Company. Phone 1588. Adv. Yellow Cab—Phone 1038 —Adv. City Ordinance require* covered garbage cans. Buy them at Garza Hardware.—Adv. BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION Named'FirstAid to Housewives’ The new adviser on economic problems, heading an XRA divi sion. to look after the immediate Interests of housewives. Is Wal ton Hale Hamilton, above. Yale law school professor who never has received a law degree. His appointment by Roosevelt la viewed as heralding a new deal for consumers. Hamilton baa been an economic trouble shooter in XRA for nearly two years. COUNTY BEGINS (Continued From Page One) visited the site during the past week to watch erection of the big derrick and unloading of machinery. The road tc the deep test has been wid ened and graded, and the well may bf reached by driving out the con crete highway east of the city foi two miles, and taking the dirt road running north for another mlk and a quarter. Three Fishermen Injured In Brawl MOBILE, Ala., Aug. 13. (*»>—'Thre< men were wounded Tuesday at Ba you La Batre, fishing center neai here. In a clash between unlen and non-union workers engaged In th< shrimp Industry. Harold Boearge was brought to ar Infirmary here with shotgun wound in one arm, and Fred Tillman anc Ira Calloway were confined tc thel homes with similar wounds about tin face and head. Arrest Expected In Missouri Shooting LEAVENWORTH, Kas.. Aug, 13 —OPv—'The aprehension of Lieutrel (Jack) Baker, sought for the slay lng of George Root, Is expected a1 any time, 8heriff Holt Coffey said Sheriff Coffey said he beUevec the arrest of Baker, who la believ cd to be in Owe Nesboro, Ky. would break the veil of mystery about the slaying of Root a yeai ago. PANSIES LIKELY * * * * * TO BE FAVORITE * * * * * LAPEL FLOWERS NEW YORK. Aug. IS. (A*>—A well-dressed man this f * 11 can wear a blue derby. He can flaunt be neath his dinner coat a canary yellow “fun vest,” or go to the of fice in a suit with a six-inch “win dow pan plaid.” He can drink champagne In a special champagne coat snd choose its color from IS shads. He can get married In a midnight blue cutaway with blue striped trous ers and a blue high hat. r.nd Mil to Bermuda in an Old Rose shirt and brown shoes with tan button ed tops. There are. in fact, no limits tor the well-dressed mm this fall, ac cording to a styllat (Ray Twyef fcrt) who has a left-wing urge for color. Gay checked trousers may be worn at the coctail hour, and a striped bow tie with a coat 'f mote sedate hue. A man can. If ha likes, call this gsrb a “coctail suit,” place a flower In his lapel, slap on a derby and add fillip to the whole by a walking stick. He can entertain friends In a velvet “host suit" of a jewel shade, such as garnet or jade green, while his wife swishes about in a hostess gown. He no longer has to go to din ner looking like a mourner at a feast for the “fun vest" a waistooat of stiff ribbed silk, is available In ten or twelve colors. Including lllsc and royal blue. Moreover, a man can wear blue kangaroo shoes in the country this autumn, and later don dark blue evening shoes to match his mid night blue opera hat with sky blue lining. Drive Against Horse Race Bookies Begins AUSTIN. Aug. IS. (JP>—Oovenre Allred opened a drive to oust horse race bookies cut of Texas by obtain ing an Injunction Tuesday restrain ing certain race Information distri buting agencies from further opera tions. On the governor’s petition, pre sented by Attorney General William MeCraw, District Judge C. A. Wheel er granted a temperary retraining erders against the Dally Racing Form Publishing company. the Texas News Service, the American Tele phone dr Telegraph Company and the Southwestern Bell Telephone company. | Missing Girl Is Sought By Mother Brownsville police and the sher iff s department have been asked to aid in a search for Katherine Barton. 18-year-old Brownsville girl who disappeared Wednesday of last . week, According to the girl’s mother. . Mrs. Antonia Barton, the girl left [ home last Wednesday for the mov ing picture and has not been seen ; since. The family resides on Ninth [ street between Jefferson and Mad ison. i Forty degrees Fahrenheit la the ■ point at which ordinary water reaches its greatest density. RIOTING COSTS 3 WOMEN $25 Trio Fined For Stripping] Clothinf Off Worker. At Dallas DALLAS. Aug 1J. UFj-Three Of four ftrlklnf women firment wo*h« era f .ven • hearing Tuesday worn , fined 125 each and sentenced to three days In Jail for contempt of court In connecMm with the d tar ok inf of several women employee of the Loreh Manufarturtnf Ccmpinf lan Wednesday. The fourth woman Zeffa James, arms placed on probation when she pleaded that she hid tc look after an invalid husband. Fined and as sessed Jail sentences were Mas Sealey. Jessie Buffett and Char lotte Duncan. Two other women were cited to appear at the heartnf but ofT-eta said they were unable to serve cita tions. None of the four who appeared of fered any defense teetta.ny The contempt eherfes were predicated on an injunction franted the com pany last March restrain inf the strikers from violence Testimony began after Judfe Towns Yorny over-ruled e d-f»-te motion to discharge the wmer The motion included a feneral denial of the eharyes Fhur women employe* of th* Loreh plant testified Nellie Franklin and Jeannette Phi Hips said that la the riotln* all their clothes w*r» trn off excent their shoes and bos*. Gladys Halderman and Laura Cam bren testified they were partially dis robed. The farment strike, which has been In progress at all 13 Dallas dress plants since last January, ta largely for union recognition the strikers said Several In court Turn day raid the wise* heurs and work ins conditions were -okay " In a report filed Mondav at Aim tin by the recently appointed Teams Industrial commisison the Dal'ae msnufaceurers were blamed frr the strike. The commission recommend ed that the attorney feneral in vestigate the activities cf the Dalle* Open Shop association Valiev Navy Club Will Meet Sunday A report on the cite selected for • nautical scademy cn the Browns ville ship channel will be made at a general meeting of the Valley Navy club hers Sunday afternoon The meeting will be held tn the Ntvy room In the federal building begin ning at 3 p. m. The committee in charge recently . selected a site on the channel about . four mtlaa from the turning basin and the club’s application far this acreage la now pending befcre the navigation district commis'ioners Methods of obtaining state and federal legislation backing the pro posed nautical academy will be dis cussed at the Sunday meeting. It will be necessary for the state to es tablish the academy, and provtsicne for buildings and a staff of Instruc tors will have to be made by the state. 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