SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1935 T#E PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Paaipa, Texas PAGE FtVfi .-, FOG CVUSES TRAGEDY At WEATHERFORD SATURDAY CALENDAR (Continued irom Page 4) > MILLSAP, Feb. 2 (/P)—Two naval fliers were killed and their bodies burned beyond recognition when their plane crashed near here today. Through papers found in the wreckage they were identified as Lieut. John G. Burgess and Lieut. Oscar Willis Pate, Jr. Two other planes in a convoy, t en route frcm San Diego to Philadelphia, were forced down by a heavy fog at Santo, a few miles west cf the scene of the fatal crash. The fliers had spent the night * at Abilene, taking off early today en the next stage of their flight. Lieut. O. P. Smoot, in command of the flight, said the ships, flying under an 80-foot celling, ran into a fog bank shortly after leaving Abilene and turned back to escape it. In this maneuver, he said, Pate and Burgess became lost, and th|C .fcg prevented occupants of the other two planes from seeing their fate. Mrs. Z. A. Maddoz, operator of filling station nearby, reported the accident to Sheriff Lester Stewart at Weatherford, to which the bodies were taken. She said she heard an airplane overhead but was unable to see it through the fog. Then, shje said, she saw a flare and a flaming streak plunged earthward. Mrs. A. J. Lane, another witness, said she saw three planes coming ., out of the southwest. Suddenly, she said, one climbed above the fog, jcWc^ed and dived, obviously in trouble. She said it exploded Just before it struck the ground. i Persons who dragged the bodies from the wreckage said they found no parachutes, but later investigators said the packs were present, burned until it was hard to identify them. . The plane that crashed was piloted by Lieut. Pate, with Lieut. Burgess as a pa?senger. In the plane piloted by Lieut. Sn'noot G. B. Chafee was the pilot. He had an enlisted mechanic as his passenger. The naval training base at San Diego reported the planes were being taken to Philadelphia for overhaul. They-were land fighters, and left San Diego Jan. 31. Navy department records showed Burgess was a native of Minnesota and Pate a native of Georgia. News Of Interest From Nearby Towns CANADIAN, Feb. 2.—Ten basketball boys from Wellington slept in the jury beds at the courthouse Friday and Saturday nights. The tournament drew more persons to Canadian than any event in several years. The three-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Ray was badly burned Tuesday when he fell in a tub of scalding water. His condition is not thought to be critical. Dr. S. H. Condron of WTSTC has been obtained to deliver the principal address at the annual banquet of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, to be held Thursday night, Feb. 7 at the WCTU building. The banquet will be served at 7:30 p. m. THURSDAY Council of Women's clubs meets in city club room, 9 a. m. Mrs. C. S. Boston will be hostess to Queen of Clubs, 2:30. P.-T. A. Council will meet at the high school cafeteria, board members at 2:30 and general session at 3. Mrs. Joe Skerl will entertain Merry Mixers club. Mrs. Tommy Robinson, 417 Faulkner, will be hostess to Thursday bridge club. Mrs. Harold Ulmer will entertain Happy Hour club. Junior Treble Clef club will meet at city club rooms, 4 p. m. Tatapochon Camp Fire Girls will meet at Legion hut, > 4:15. Presbytery choir rehearsal, 7:30. FRIDAY Garden club will meet in city club rooms, 9:30. Mrs. Frank Keim will entertain Contract bridge club at her home, 808 N. Gray, at 2:30.,« Gay-Lo club will be entertained at the Roy Kilgorc home. OOURTi Americans Are 'Insulted' By French Medics CLARENDON. Feb. 2—Judge J. D. Hamlin of Farwell, president of the •West Texas Chamber of Commerce, will be the main speaker at the 1835 Chamber of Commerce banquet here next Monday evening in the basement of the First Christian church. Judge Sam W. Lowe will be toastmaster. s PERRYTON, Feb. 2.—Tentative plans have been made here for a fitting oobservance of the Texas Centennial. Jack R, Allen has been elected chairman of the Ochiltree county committee. PARIS, Feb. 2 (IP)— French students abandoned their anti-foreigners campaign today but promised to start all over again If they get no "satisfaction" within the month. A projected mass meeting in Paris io protest "unfair competition" by foreign medical students fizzled wlten the 1,000 parading students found their proposed meeting hall "occupied," and contented themselves with continuing their parade, shouting "down with foreigners." After several minor clashes police succeeded in dispersing them. Previously the authorities had intimated that the students' "France for tho French" campaign, which caused disorders yesterday and today in Paris, Bordeaux, Lyon and Montpellier, was embarrassing the nation. To answer the statements published by medical students, whose boycott of classes since Wednesday to protest the asserted V'unfair competition" that 74 per cent of the students at the University of Paris arc medical students, official figures were issued to show that the proportion is only 21 per cent. There are 33 American medical students in Paris and some dozen ethers in tlje provinces, the authorities disclosed. The action of the Americans in protesting "insult," to which, they said, the anti-foreign "drive subjected them was emulated today by other foreign groups. FDR WillVisit Mexico In July, Consul Claims LAREDO, Feb. 2 (IP)— Rafael Ave- leyra, Mexican consul here, announced today he had received a dispatch from Mexico. D. F., saying President Roosevelt planned to visit President Lazaro Cardenas of Mexico in July. He said th|e announcement was made by General Abelardo Rodriguez, former Mexican president, who visited President Roosevelt in Washington and was entertained at the White House. The projected trip, General Rodriguez said, was inspired by the desire of President Roosevelt to greet the Mexican chief executive personally and to repay the friendly visit of Rodriguez. As announced by the consul, the president's route would bring him to Laredo, thence to Acapulco, and on to Mexico, D. F. Mrs. Hansen Is Buried At McLean SCQBD The fifth! week of 31st district court, opening tomorrow, is scheduled to be given mainly to civil cases. A preferential setting has been given to case No. 3899, that of H. B. Beardmore vs. Southern Underwriters. No. 3686, that of A. B. Nave vs. John Bowers, also is likely to be called early in the week. The grand jury adjourned without returning any indictments, but will resume its deliberations Wednesday. The jury list for this week follows: P. R. Asby, McLean; Newt Barker, McLean; H. T. Beckham, Pain- pa; Cox Carter, LeFors; Boyd Reeves, McLean; L. O. Combs, Le- Fors; O. L. Doak, Pampa; O. A. Davis, Pampa; T. D. Alford, Pampa; R. N. Ashby. McLean; Bob Cecil, Pampa; Venion Ritter. Groom; Ed Clifton, Alanreed; A. B. Glenn, Le- Fors; ,1. R. Glass, McLean; C. X. Rice, Pampa; Atlas Stallings, Pampa; Creed Bognn, McLean; J. J. Cobb, McLean; A. L. Burge, Pampa; L. D. Blanton, Pampa; M. K. Brown, Pampa; W. J. Russell, Pampa. M. C. Burdine, Alanreed, Bob Thomas, McLean; J. L. Burber, Pampa; L. M. Batten. Pampa; C. L. Mauldin, Pampa; J. W. Agee, Alanreed; Hal Mouncc, McLean; Raymond K'arrah, Pampa; E. O. Trashier, Pampa; Ralph Tercot, Pampa; G. E. Castleberry, Alanreed; E. A. Airington, LeFors; A. B. Word, Alanreed; J. R. Spearman, Pampa; A. J. Erwin, Pampa; Mark Long, Pampn; J. M. Saunders, Pampa; W. W. Cumberlidge, LeFors; Joe Massengal, Pampa; Floyd Younj Pampa; Jake Mailer, LeFors. SOONER PRISON WARDEN FORCED TO RESIGN JOB Escapes Are Probed; Torture Tales Are Told Canadian News CANADIAN, Feb. 2.—The date for the chamber of commerce banquet has been set for Thursday evening Lavarre Spraguc and Ruby Surrett arc visiting here from Canyon where they PVP students, during mid-term vacation. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Oehbaucr. left Thursday for Childress, where they will spend some time. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cook announce the birth of a son, Charles Thomas. Letty Wyckoff of Miami visitec Lavarre Sprague and Ruby Surret Thursday. Mrs. Ruth Sparks left recently foi Sulphur Springs, Ark., where she will visit her sister. The firemen here lost a basketball gnme to Spearman Thursda night by scores of 25 to 38. McLean News OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 2 Oklahoma prison escapes brought .he resignation of Warden Sam Brown of the penitentiary today and placed Mrs. George A. Waters, reformatory warden, under fire. Mrs. Waters, only woman warden of a male prison in the United States, also faced Investigation concerning charges of extreme cruelty ,o young prisoners. George Matlage of Gotebo told Governor Marland he had been Handcuffed to the bars of his cell door at 10 a. m. one day last May. 'About 5 o'clock in the afternoon, an officer named Hatdwick, mowing I was handcuffed to the bars, pulled the levers controlling the doors, thereby crushing my arms. "I called for help and Hardwick came to the cell. When I told him my arms were broken, he said he could not let mo down without the warden's consent . . . they kept me ihcre until 2 o'clock thfe next morning when I was released and went to bed." He said he again was handcuffed to the bars In August. "Tills punishment was not unusual," said Wallace, who was released for "good behavior" after serving 11 months of an 18 months sentence. In resigning following upon the escape of two long-term convicts last night, Warden Brown criticized Governor Marland for "inciting prisoners with, his comment." Marland said he would adopt a "hard- boiled" attitude towafd clemency. Brig. Gen. William S. Key, Oklahoma City oil man and former warden, will replace Brown immediately. .*. Organ M'usic Will Precede Service at Methodist Church Mrs. May Foreman Carr will present a 20-minute organ recital at the First Methodist church Sunday evening at 7:07 o'clock to which everybody is invited. It will precede the evening preaching service. Tlie following numbers will be presented on the program; Hymn to the Rising Sun; Calm as the Night (Bohm); To a Wild Rose (McDowell) and Song of India (Rimsky-Kcrsakof f), McLEAN, Feb. 2— Bill Brian, history teacher in McLean ward school left Friday mornini; for Canyon after receiving word that his father had died suddenly. He was accompained by Henry Loter, high school teacher. (Continued irom page 1.) Ho weighed six and three- quarter pounds. Willis Denham is able to be out after recovering from mumps. Mrs. W. A. Ward, who has been quite ill with flu, is able to be up again. Mrs. H, C. Rush, Mrs. Guy Harris pnd daughters of Pampa were in Skellytown Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Neil McCracken and son °f Pampa spent the week-end in Skellytown.. McLEAN, Feb. 2. —Mrs. Sallie Kansen was buried in the Hillcrest 1 cemetery Saturday afternoon. She died late Tuesday, Jan. 29. Funeral services were held at the Methodist, church Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. N. U. Stout, local pastor, had charge of the services. Mrs. Hansen had been in Texas 15 years, and in McLean for a number of these. She was born Nov. 7, 1880, in the state of Arkansas, where her father, John Covington lived. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Thomas Funeral Home of McLean. •*>• , WHEELER COUNTY RECORDS Oil filings for Friday, Feb. 1: MD.—C. W. Mandler to C. P. Van Graafieland, 1-160 int. S !-i section 48, block 24. MD.—Kent K. Kimball, to C. H. Phillips, 10-160 of VH, N E '/i section 48, block 24. TOL.—C. C. Freeman to Albert P. Liske, 3-80 int. N E M of S E Vi section, block 24. Furnished by Title Abstract company, Wheeler. A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SEVICE Enjoy the service that this garage whether it's gasoline/and^U, wash ing, a small mechanical /djustm plcte overhaul job, ibrajse servic ment .... you can g*s< exactly MODERNLY EQUIPPED r a! com- el align* you want. SCHNEIDER HOTEL, GARAGJ Across the Street West of Schneider Hotel Phone 453 F. F. A. Beys Give Barbecue At the Sitter's ranch, Friday after, the P. P. A. boys were hosts to their parents, the faculty of both schools, school board members, and all ex-students of aeHculturfe in McLean high school. The affair was under the supervision of Dr. A. A. Tampke, teacher of agriculture in trie local high school. Geo. 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