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   Winslow Daily Mail (Newspaper) - April 14, 1929, Winslow, Arizona                                Weather Generally fair little change in VOLUME 37 NAVAJO APRIL 14,1929 SURRENDER FARM MEASURE WILL PROVIDE BW With The Approval | % Hoover To Be Introduced 1 Monday April 13 - A farm which President Hoover has approved will be- Introduced Monday at the opening of special session of the 71st Chairman Haugen of the houso agriculture committee announced tonight A- few suggestions for changes made by the president at a White House breakfast to committee members today delayed completion and announcement of all the bill's scheduled for until Sunday or early Mr. Hoover approved most of the features of the as it now Haugen The today voted * to 4, a proposal to include the debenture or export bonus system in the measure and on a test vote the old equalization fee proposal was defeated 17 to 3. Reading About Completed Reading of the for amendments and minor revisions virtually has been Haugen - 15 have approved and the remainder bf the draft was not relatively will meet at 9:30 a. m. tomorrow and hope to have the completed before 2 gen will be introduced Monday as house is officially organized for The United Press learned authoritatively that the will set up a federal farm board of seven including the secretary of The board will be given wide power to administer a revolving fund to stabilization corporations and aid farmers marketing their President Hoover will be authorized to appoint the board who will be confirmed by the Authority to loan co-operative organizations money iu advance of their crop harvest probably will be given the board by the Stabilization corporations also will be able to borrow funds direct from the Insurance Provision A now empowering the board to sell to co-operatives against loss of their crops from the revolving fund is included in the Other features of the long awaited measure include power for the board to designate commodities to come under the provisions of the farm relief authority to make the ruling final in all under its and authority to establish advisory councils to advise the board on various The committee took steps to protect the American by inserting a clause in the prohibiting stabilization corporations to withhold commodities the market if prices have become so high the public is unduly k Committee members said an appropriation of about bo made available by the special session for the work of the board and that the remainder would be made available as soon as The Daily Mail Becomes i I Afternoon Publication ii With Tomorrow's Issue J i it T the Inst issue been made whereby The the morning Winslow Dally the publishers take in announcing the new afternoon Daily Mali beginning with Monday April 15. After much deliberation and following a comprehensive surrey of the Northern Arizona the publishers have decided that an afternoon issue instead of a morning edition of The Daily Mail will better meet the needs of this During the last three weeks final arrangements incident to this change have been effected and it is with pleasure that we today announce that Monday the NEW afternoon Daily Mail will make its initial Besides new the publishers take pleasure in announcing that arrangements Daily Mail will receive TWO telegraphic Associated Press and the United a combination which is offered only one other Arizona We sure that this change will be met with popular not only in but in cities both to the East arid West since plans have been made to serve these cities by excellent train connections in order that distribution of the afternoon publication will be made within two hours after the paper has gone to Further detailed announcement will be made in an early issue of the afternoon Daily THE Hoover Efficiency Is Merrymaking Keynote At Club Meet More Deputies Will Patrol Cochise Line Press April 13 - supervisors have granted Sheriff George request for au additional to pay deputy sheriffs for policing and the border at The of American have held sightseers iu check while fighting was iu across the - United Press Transcontinental April 13 - bert Hoover his new administration were pictured in burlesque and satire tonight at the organization paper ' President Hoover and practically all high themselves lampooned in skits staged by the correspondents between courses of the Just as the president of the R. recently made managing editor of the Kansas City called the dinner to occurred outside the dining was Roberts was Mr. Hoover conserving another Coolidge a club member Set Up Several important changes * of policy made by Mr. Hoover during his first few weeks in the White House were further satirized when a large machine was set up in the dining It was described as the Hoover efficiency A slip of paper requesting approval of the former policy of oil leasing was inserted in the but it came out reading will be no oil leases in this Senator Borah tried to get the machine to formulate a policy against American entry into the World but the machine declared against Secretary of Treasury Mellon wrote a formula against publicity of income but the machine likewise reversed After several more such incidents a letter from Mr. Hoover was produced saying members of the cabinet were to report at the Whito House further discussion of carrying forward the policies of Mr. In another skit 10 rabots representing the new cabinet paraded all wearing Hoover Mr. Hoover was next revealed not only as the entire but also as tho House and tho Colonel House of the ad- j Must Hare Goat Every administration lias a a member be the goat of this but several reviving oue of the campaign Toscanini brought out his symphony orchestra and tried to strike Recent prohibition enforcement difficulties were satirized one on United Pf ess Transcontinental April 13-Walker P. New York and Helene Patton principals in Reno's most sensational divorce had widely divergent views of the trial Word was sent to the | United Press by Inman indicating that he is elated over the jury's action early today in awarding him a divorce and denying the counter suit of But Mrs. inman is far from Whereas Walker feels justice was Helene is just as positive that it was nothing of the couldn't win against the power of Mrs. Inman told the United Press in discussing details of the divorce Mrs. Inman refused badly because the jury denied her suit and granted that of The jury also denied a plea by Mrs. Inman for cash A property settlement signed two years giving Helene yearly until she remarries was recognized as Women Behind Move To Punish Assailants Of Minor Girls ' { With Lash United Press Transcontinental April 13-A providing that men guilty of rape or on minor * be in. to was today - the lower house of the - The was purely a spired It was and prepared for presentation a committee of local women a series of meetings held at the W. C. A. Coming in the wake of a wave of indignation after a series of local sex it is generally ceded that the has more than an even chance of The as does not do away with any penalty now manded by territorial The whipping would be In addition all other punishment determined by the It is proposed under the terms of the to mete out whippings on a schedule of a certain number of lashings for of Mere molesters of little the receive five lashes during the first week of Those guilty of the most serious offenses would receive 20 Today's gathering was but one of mahy held by local whom are Feeling hero against the rapist has been high for mouths independent of the decided to act for themselves and prepared the If it they the law providing for punishing rape fiends and molesters of minor girls will be materially Coconino License Clerk In Busy Day to The April 13-Age was no hindrance at all today when a marriage license was issued to Juan 5i>, and Petra 40, both of They were married by Justice IT. M. Three other licenses to wed were issued by the Coconino county Superior court bringing the total to the past three Licenses issued today were to Robert E. 24 and Marie 22, both of to Charles A. and Retha L. 22, both of and to Orville of Missouri and Cecilia 20 of TRIAL TO HOLD JUST A SHACK IN THE * * * * * * * * * Scotty's Death Valley Home Even Boasts of Pipe Organ The desert shack of Death TaHey Scotty Is just a little with artificial lakes and a pipe organ among the interior Above is a view of the construction out in the and in a picturesque is show at TO TURN President Gil That Terms Must Be Unconditional In Reply Of The Thought United Press Transcontinental April 13- California solons who heard her name linked with alleged judicial corruption and amourous may witness Aimee McPherson in a characteristic role here The red-haired whose personal affairs still exceed in the purpose of the impeachment trial of Judge Carlos S. charged with accepting legal fees while on the made a typical McPherson gesture here announcing a revival As a result the capital is to be favored with a vision of the evangelist in the white robes of office as pastor of Angelus A record crowd is expected to attend the meeting at the auditorium and a special police detail will be assigned to the Meanwhile efforts to show that to save Mrs. McPherson the story of alleged from scandal is the machinations of a woman once committed to an insane asylum were underway here the Hardy trial in adjournment until defense attorneys began collecting records to impeach the testimony of Mrs. Lorraine whose appearance on the stand yesterday left the defense temporarily Charges made by Mrs. Seilaff that Judge Hardy had engaged her to produce a the mystery woman who occupied a Carniel bungalow with Kennith arc 10 be met with records en GEORGE D. Press Staff CAN April 13-Fight-** ing a brave but seemingly losing Father Jerome S. 79, of the was death here afc with a sev this Week which an affliction of the Already the last sacrament of church has been administered to the Jesuit father who then announced that am ready if God wills Mourning California was general because of the serious illness of the man who is both a priest and a great Studied Sun Spots For years agriculturists of the far west have taken Father weather having implicit faith in the method of forecasting weather which won for him the title of the Padre of the They'll miss those monthly in detail what sort of weather California may expect for the next 30 One was issued April 1, and it probably will be the Born Father Ricard came to the United States as a young He entered the Society of Jesus in 1871 and came to Santa Clara University a few years Since 1879, he has taught higher and astronomy at Santa winning international renown in the latter He is a member of all important astronomy societies in the But it was as a weather forecaster that California knew its of the Back in 1900 he started development of a theory that indicated the trend of Ignores Ridicule Ignoring Father Ricard continued his studies and it wasn't long before farmers noticed that the weather turned out as the theorist said it Taking two weeks at Father Ricard issued regular weather Then he used a month as a unit and forecast the weather 30 days in advance and on occasion he would foretell weather for entire For a long time now monthly weather bulletin issued by Father Ricard has been a for California No successful newspaper would dream of failing to publish it. But now the Ricard weather must fade into history for physicians agree that even he which is he will not have sufficient strength to i * * * * I University Girl 13 Stories To Instant Death + JAN J April 13 * * * * * * - Leaping from the * * tipper floor of a downtown * * office Carmen * * believed to be a University * * of California * + ed 13 stories to her * * The girl had entered the + * office of an insurance com- + * pany on thirteenth floor * * during the noon hour and * * asked for some blank * * She scribbled a few notes on * * * + Then she went to a window * * hesitated for a moment and * + hurled her body into * * Thirteen stories below the * * body crashed through a + + light and fell to the lobby * * floor amid hundreds of * + * * A note asked that * + be notified at a * + tain telephone number and * * continued may seem * * but it is the only * + * * Another note asked that her * + body be turned over to * * U. of C. medical school * that they can find out * * er I died of cancer or * * * Reinstated By Old Pueblo Club United Press Transcontinental April 13-Cliff who was ousted as manager of tho Tucson club by the directors on tho eve of the opening of tho state today was The forced resignation of did not meet with the approval of owner of the Hollywood team of the Pacific Coast which is using Tucson as a McCarl had been the directors when he failed to take in Ho was sent here by Lane as a April 12 - Down in the depths of the heat is so intense that rattlesnakes luO for more artisans are at work on the latest exploit colorful Valley of a dollar in the nation's most desolate To two and a half millions have been spent on mystery house and its say persons supposed to And another million will be spent before it is Why such a palatial castle and garden amid such Ask the King of Death and he'll tell a modest shack ing for a winter home for me and Calles United Press Transcontinental April 18 - What appeared to create a eos situation for Mexican revolutionary forces tonight when the Southern Pacific de an American corporation and only railroad the west coast of suspended all operations in rebel Unconfirmed reports here tonight said the was desert to federal was intending to march on point The news caused much excitement here and a number of Mexican families moved American hattle was April 13-Tho Mexican at telephoned President Gil tonight that the rebel to surrender 5,000 to 6,0$ insurgents In their lives are it was announced at the 4 The president telephoned the only terms of surrender acceptable to him would he He said the leaders would have to submit jurisdiction of the Although President Gil held the officers stud leaders of the revolt must pay the full penalty by the he promised treatment within the limits of the military especially to those who were dragged into the The president added that if General Rabatte of the rebel forces seeking surrender wishes to avoid further bloodshed he should concentrate his followers at Nogales and there await instructions from my partner We're split ting the 50-50." Albert M. millionaire Chicago insurance is the partner Scotty refers Where Scotty's share of the money comes from is as much a mystery of the desert as was his source of wealth 20 years when he used to amuse himself with special limited trains and plain and fancy The main part of Scotty's is in two connected by an arched surmounted by two a metal swinging in the breeze from | One vane depicts Scotty leading a burro into Death the other Scotty holding a frying pan over a camp The room with the pipe organ is one of the most beautiful in the room has a swimming pool and artificial 70x100 A marble 12 feet plays in the main living ORATORY COTEST April 13 Prescott high schooh unanimously judged winner of the northern Arizona oratorical contest held here on the general subject of the U. S. Miss Eleanor j + ent of banks won second and Miss Fern Rigg was 1 I Bank Deposits In State Show Large + Increase In Year + * Bank Deposits In + * * * * * * April 13 * * * - National banks in * * Arizona and state banks had + * on deposit at the + * close of business on March 27 * * and the combined total re- * * sources of the financial * * tut ions on that day were * * according to a * * report made today by James * * E. state * Deposits in- * * creased more than * * in the * President Gil told the warn General Rabatte rebels continued to resist the federal advance they would be punished relentlessly until peace and order was in the state of REBELS MOVE SOUTH April 13^-lu-surgent troops were moved speedily through the state of for what may be the final battle of the present revolutionary Six train loads of rebels wero travelling south toward to attempt to drive out the small federal body which to occupy the city last Meantime the troops of General Fausto unsuccessful -in an attempt to take and of General J. G. supreme commander of the defeated in appeared converging on this - General Escobar remained across the line at assuming active charge of. all Operations and issuing optimistic statements regarding his Guaymas Is Key Tho entire rebel movement appeared to be by the loss of Guaymas and General Escobar indicated the most desperate efforts will be made to retake it. By holding the city the have a seaport through which to move arms and ammunition and at the same have driven a wedge between rebel The federal group is directly between rebels in northern Sonora and those under General Ramon retreating from the unsuccessful assault on By holding the city the on Page  

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