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Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - June 2, 1938, Reno, Nevada Jhe Main Difference Between Your Girl And A Traffic Cop Is That A Cop Means It When He Says I NEVADA The One Sound State GOOD MORNING The Weather Today Will Fair High 82 Low 45 Full Details on Pago VOL NO 205 ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER 23 RENO NEVADA THURSDAY JUNE 2 1938 MEMBER OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS 12 Pages Today MONTANA MAY Question 2 Is He Dead Or Alive? Posses Seek This Lad GOOD MORNING Rail Men Dress Up Calendar Mud Slinging Goes South By JACK RUTLEDGE WORKERS up these days t ARK FATHER SON l ARE HELD IN Posse of 3500 Formed To Aid in Search For Boy Fla June be outdone by the sleek Federal Bureau of they service agents acting after iif th varied maintenance crafts at Southern Pacific have added a new and j questioning a father and son to railroading by night in connection with remaining in the background for 72 hours were to be g designed uni- local officials said are light blue and each the craft The lies a name d v carer nr ng the new blue are car in: pesters welders rs cians machinists car oilers carmen truckmen laborers pipers sheet metal ers and their helpers the kidnaping of Jimmy Cash The father M F a carpenter who within a block of the picked out of a crowd standing near the missing child's home today and whisked away to Miami by two G n Arrest Confirmed Shortly afterward it was re- ported Braxton's son J W ton a fisherman was detained jt Cape Sable south of here Th I arrest of the elder Braxton was EFFORTS ARE STILL being confirmed by the FBI office in made by The World Calendar to bring our present calendar the Gregorian into fect balance with dates and clays always the same The organization hopes to monize the months make even in perfect balance the two halve i and four of the r establish so at dates and days always identical and with tho of upon immovable dates the great church and holidays which now move backward and forward over 35 days promises the will accompany the change The transition will be so smooth that it will cause no dis- d Months days and sons will retain their present names and numbers The one odd or extra day which remains after equally dividing the quarters and t harmonizing will be called Year-End Day and will follow December 30 Day is to follow June 30 in leap ear These one or two days will be international holidays Sponsors also point out that the proposed change is not a making scheme It will require no additional tax fee Washington but no comment was made either here or in ton about the son A third member of the family was reported under but FBI agents met all queries with silence In Contrast with events of the first three days after the headed youngster was snatched from his bed Wednesday was filled with sudden dashes by FBI agents mysterious destinations reported arrests of suspects Reports for which there was no official confirmation said at least seven men were being tonight by federal agents se seven did not include two youths picked up Wednesday and released shortly Another report was that a package found Wednesday by con- part of the ransom The southern ip of Florida was isolated by a constantly growing army of possemen that was expected to number close to 3500 by Thursday G-Men Ask Aid Federal agents were leading the in the tory of southern Florida E T Connelly ace G-Man who shot it Despite the payment of ransom for the release of their son held by kidnapers Mr and Mrs James Bailey Cash of Miami Fla waited in vain for the return of their child James Jr pictured above The ransom was tossed from an auto- mobile lj the father in accordance with a ransom note the third received since the child was abducted from his crib He was stolen the same day the mutilated body of Peter Levine 12 kidnaped last March was discovered on a beach near New Rochelle N Y WEDNESDAY IS WARMEST DAY Mercury Sofers to 88 Heat Continues tion cr payment of any nature out Ma Barker and her son There will come a day of at Fla m 1935 course the will be made That time is still far off we believe THEY'RE AT IT again slinging A mud at Reno The current issue of True has an exaggerated sensa- and wholly untrue article entitled R e n o R u n Around by Reaching a maximum of 88 degrees Reno's official weather bureau barometer Wednesday re- corded the highest received so far this season Low for the day was 50 degrees Similar conditions are expected to prevail Thursday fair and continued warm being forecast for this district Temperatures throughout the state during the week ended May 31 were slightly above normal Light scattered showers and crate temperatures characterizing the seven-day period according to G V Sager of the weather reau Reno received 08 of an inch of precipitation Tahoe 12 lon a trace Nixon 13 12 and Lamoille 22 De- from the in were Tahoe and Fallen ordered the drive after virtually degrees Reno six all hope was abandoned of flve Elko and mg the blue-eyed little boy alive i 10 The weather Sager said was Czechs Prepare for Long Military Term PRAGUE June 1 dolf Bechyne deputy premier announced Wednesday night that five to ten years old the i Czechoslovakia may increase the term of compulsory military vice to three years to provide a stronger army for protection of her frontiers Nazi newspapers warned that a day of reckoning is coming for every attack on any of Sudeten mans over whom Fuehrer Adolf Hitler has proclaimed tive interest and every tier violation is The Shame of American Cities We who live in Reno and under- stand it are disgusted by such stories patently written by mer or women who go into a trance and write rumors as fact Or they take a few isolated facts and ex- aggerate them are quick to admit their city is no ordinary small town There is no Main Street smallness about Reno There is a liberality here that might shock the but a liberality that is a over from the days of the Old West 4 But Rene is no shameless hussy It is not the wild and wide-open town cheap pulp paper magazines paint it to be Reno is different but not de- A PROM Reno is the only man in western America who was invited to participate in South American contests this summer He is Marty Arrouge who is asked to be a member of the United States amateur team He'll face suft he goes The tournament will i boast the best skiers from Europe ISee Good Horning 2 Coi 4 PROTEST BOMBING PARIS June Wednesday night asked Great Britain to join in a protest to the Spanish insurgent regime against FILM BOOKING MEASURE DIES Solon Says Lobbying Killed His HULL REBUKES JAPAN HOLDS U.S PROPERTY Curt Note Wednesday Demands Settling Of Trouble KILLED WASHINGTON June 1 P Neely prohibiting the billion-dollar lion picture industry from forcing theatres to book movies on a WASHINGTON June of State Cordell Hull Wednesday revealed that he had sent another sharp note to Tokyo the Japanese ment for bad faith in ing American rights in the nese war zone and demanding prompt remedial measures The disclosure came as the state department awaited cial confirmation of press reports that Japanese air raiders ately bombed United States sion school properties at Sutien and although each displayed huge American flags Protest Emphatic There was no comment on the reports but department officials privately expressed grave con- cern and indicated an emphatic protest will be lodged if the re- ports are He pointed out that although hostilities in the Shanghai area had ceased long ago the sity property is still being used by Japanese troops for offices and an air field He Charged also that American properties had been looted or damaged that some have been abandoned and are being allowed to deteriorate and that Americans are being excluded from the areas in which they own properties whereas hundreds of Japanese men and women are known to be in the localities j i Hull's phraseology apparently waa carefully chosen so as to re- quire a prompt response It con- none of the ponderous and devious language usually with diplomatic ex- changes and was even more em- phatic than earlier protests Note Is Curt Dream By Roosevelt Leads To Construction Of New Airport WASHINGTON June dieam by President Roosevelt of an impending airplane disaster the old district airport has paved the way toward construction of a modern landing field for which capital residents have fought for 12 years it was learned Wednesday night Mr Roosevelt related his vision to a group of high-ranking congressional leaders during a White House conference and urged them to lose no time in assuring passage of a already approved by the senate to a at nearby Camp Springs Md The chief executive told the conferees that one the recent crash near Cleveland which took 10 dreamed that he got up from his bed and walked tu a House window and saw a terrible crash at the present an purl After the conference representatives of the house affairs and public lands committee agreed to meet Friday to map plans for obtaining action on the during the session GRAZING FILING DEADLINE NEAR State Stockmen Are Warned by Brooks wholesale basis hasj Hull concluded with curt been killed for this session of I that the Japanese congress it was learned ment teke immediate corrective measures and again reassure this government that discrimination The measure sponsored American nationals and day night Sen Matthew M Neely D W Va who charged a notorious and scandalous lobby opposing it is stalemated in the house interstate commerce committee and Chairman Clarence F Lea D Calif said Wednesday night that there is no chance for action this session We are simply loaded to the gunwales with work and can not get to Lea told the United their properties will cease AMERICAN TRADE LOSES AS JAPAN ATTACKS SHANGHAI Thursday June 2 American interests i n China suffered additional losses today as seven Japanese armies struck farther westward along the railway in their drive on China's provisional capital in Hankow Press We may try to do An American vessel was pi- thing about it next year Neely was enraged when he learned of the bill's fate He favorable for cattle and sheep on barely succeeded in squeezing ranges and pastures and for the measure through the senate eral farming activity j and he said tonight that he would The continued above renew his fight at the next temperatures for this district was having little effect on the flow of the Truckee River Lewis Will Oppose Tydings for Senate WASHINGTON June The career of another Deal Democrat was Wednesday night when Rep David J Lewis son of a Welsh coal miner announced he will oppose Sen Millard E ings foe of administration re- forms in the Maryland primary in September Lewis who has been a ito per cent supporter of the New Deal and who for years has been with liberal legislation said he continued bombardment of he would make a further loyalist civilian populations ment later Winners In Stakes One Sells Interest In Ticket Regardless of the outcome of the Irish Sweepstakes two western Nevada residents are considerably the richer right now Kathleen McCourt young ginia City girl holds a ticket on and is reported to have received for a half share in the valuable ducat She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Mickey McCourt She re- word of the drawing last week A consolation prize which Is more than a consolation to its receiver was carried off by J Whit Taylor assistant manager of the company Reno store Taylor is con- soled by sion and would be prepared to rated at the mouth of the Yangtse river near Shanghai more e r i c a n missionary institutions were bombed by the Japanese air force and American trade in large areas of north China was virtually suspended because of devastation of the countryside by show the kind of lobbying contending Chinese and by the movie trust anese forces Deadline Nearing Case Set for June 10 Carville made ment following Unless defense attorneys fect an appeal and are ready for argument before the U S circuit court June 10 William Graham and James McKay convicted of mail fraud charges may be com- to begin serving jail terms after that date it was announced by U S District Attorney E P Carville Wednesday night the with Assistant U S Attorney Maloney of New York who the prosecution in the third trial of the two Reno men According to the attorney ham and McKay were released on bond of March 29 by Judge Martin T Manton with the understanding their appeal would be ready for argument by June 10 Maloney said that briefs had not been filed by defense counsel Wednesday when the hearing date was scheduled to come be- fore the court He said that the government is ready for the ing to begin Defendants Arrested For Perjury Attempt LONDON Ky June A deputy United States marshal clapped hands oh two defendants in the Harlan coal conspiracy case as they entered court Wednesday and arrested them on a charge of attempting to perjury into the trial record Earlier a third man not con- with this case was ar- rested on a similar charge Those developments came in the third week of the government's trial of IP Harlan county coal corporations and 44 individuals on charges of conspiring to invoke a reign of terror in Harlan county to defeat organization efforts of the United Mine Workers of America French Rush To Scene of Clashes PARIS June that French troops and armored cars have occupied Syrian city of Antioch to quell clashes be- tween Turks and Arabs brought relations M an acute stage Wednesday night most on the eve of a League of Nations plebiscite in the dretta region Attention to the fact that vada stockmen must file cations for grazing licenses or permits before June 28 if they intend to use land dependent by priority as base property for the request was called day by L R Brooks regional grazier The revised set of rules in the Taylor Grazing Act for stration of grazing districts vides several new definitions for sections of the Act and points out Land dependent by use pri means forage land which was used in in same part of the public domain which part is now federal range for any three years or for any two con- years in the five-year period immediately preceding June 28 1934 and which is of- as base property in an plication for a grazing license or a permit filed before June 28 1938 In interpretation of this rulo it is pointed out that land will be considered dependent by use only to the extent of that part of it necessary to maintain the average number of livestock grazed on the public domain in connection with it for any three years or for any two consecutive years whichever is the more to the applicant during the five-year period immediately preceding June 28 1934 Brooks says he will receive for grazing licenses up to June 28 not only from the ers and lessees of land and water but also applications be- half of such owners or lessees by anyone claiming an interest in the land or water This Brooks ex- Wednesday mortgagees including receivers and ors in foreclosure actions tenants in common contractors and others Brooks announced that such re- of such applications is cient to entitle the land and water to a classification and rating even though the applicant may not at this time be the owner of stock RENO GUN IS Meredith Death Pistol Is Found Here Ballistics tests of a 380 caliber automatic pistol recovered in a win re he was pawnshop bore proved beyond i BROTHER HELD IN MURDER OF MAN AND WIFE lyse Tear Gas to Drive Killer From His Home 1 Augu t V of Purks md Ins were M fionl cil tlu n heie he ir as John rm nf i who j The T MI the und JH for an hour hi fort Jinn lo sum Answers Wilh Shot Kd a neighbor Id and his wife wi I talking it if walked t n fie The John doubt the gun was thai which killed O R Meredith Jr Sail Lake City business man on May 9 it was announced Wednesday night by Richard Heap of the Reno police department j with the vud T and shot tho RESCUED FROM YACHT CLEVELAND June Coast guardsmen Wednesday night rescued from a one half mile out in Lake Erie off Cleveland's shore four persons who had been aboard a cabin cruiser which caught fire laboratory In reply Gn raised couple A pierced Mrs heM 1 md fill behind a tree and the pie level him T but 1 guess want me turned and stinted buck to IIK cabin yards from Mie mayor's house spread the report mountain lown ami being the gun that was used kill Heap said W tests from five or six 380 caliber guns pawned since slaying date and sent uh of then to Salt City We then made with microscope on bullets fired from this Run We tested both the firing pin sheriffs lo rusli the bullet They matched Police Captain E A Hedman of Salt Lake City said that the weapon was pawned by i man the cabin ond force render Holds Out An Hour had barricaded all doors tentatively identified as John W and t v as not un- DeerinE from California I Deering is the man Captain Hedman and when we have him we'll have the solution to the dith slaying Hague on Spot Solon Takes Problem To Roosevelt an hour Liter thai from vs closed Thr had run from the I fnM Ni.nlv ni ike no lit comment about r I r My boy niv bos in Huh r of the I v id Hie pi Tin refused to brother une d 1 job on I the u WASHINGTON June 1 P1 Rep Jerry O'Connell husky Montana democrat who de- ported from Jersey City N J in his unsuccessful at- Jury in Crackdown On Alien Fishermen LOS June 1 The into he line hind Ibe n i A Mid f Spearhead of a drive In an open the domain of Mayor Frank indictment fivi of Hague to free O'Connell tempt to address an meeting will lay his case President Roosevelt Friday taid Wednesday will appeal personally to the Inr ident and Postmaster General James A Farley for government license and party action against the sey City mayor und in n m with cull piracy lo Japanese owned boats under dummy registry The nt by U S is the first drastic step in the bv the Department Navy Department to rid Hie west coast of Food Drug Measure Approved by House of to rid UK WASHINGTON June i d The House overriding objections of Secretary of Agriculture Henry A Wallace passed the Lea pure and drug Wednesday after rejecting a series of ments designed to put more teeth into the measure WELL I'LL TELL Ham And Egg Machine Included In Unique Patent Collection NEW YORK June Crosby Gaige theatrical ducer gourmet bibliophile and collector Wednesday bought the world's largest and most unique collection of more than models sub- mitted to the United States patent office over a 100-year period Now he doesn't know what to do with them The collection comprises 3251 packing cases filled with els of such diverse things as machine guns corpse ers farm implements writers dentists chairs and machines Gaige himself has only a rough idea of what he has bought for the collection never has been logued Among the most unusual models was that of a corpse preserver This was a coffin with a glass window over tho corpse's face and a built-in ice compartment to hold a full pound slab of ice over the corpse's midsection Another oddity was a ham and egg machine into which one put a coin and received ham and eggs scrambled By BOB BURNS I believe when you study thing too closely you take all the mystery and interest out of it Aunt Dully use ta iet pret near anything sho wanted out of Uncle Hod jest by but her life has been since he took up science The other day when she burst into teare he said Dully them tears don't affect me chemistry book telli me that tears are made up of a small percentage of phosphorus salt a little sodium chloride and I all the rest water
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