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   Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1935, Yuma, Arizona                             Today's News Today IT IS NIOWS THE YUM A DAILY SUN And THE YUM A ARIZONA SENTINEL Today's Neiws Today 15V FULL LKASUI) WIRE Tho 801 YUMA, AKIXONA, TIIUKSUAV, iM'JCKMBEK 2G ,1935 The 302 BEHIND THE SCENES IN t_BY RODNEY WASHINGTON Gen. Hilly] jj fl Mitchell's value M" .'in .-iKitiilor 1" ill H appropriations for UK- :iii HtTVices the a'lnoyancel he oatl.ies army :uui navy officials! t by his as.-ici lions Hint inn p ait" fleet i.S Utterly j Investigation indicates thfll our nillltiuy iiviiitinn fore-" isn't doitiR 'I badly at all. Astonishingly r In view nf the many no.ir rnrlcs" circuhllcd in the "S officer." arc even wIllil.K snuictimi'.'i t" "d- mil that when they're not tiilk-j Inn t" Coniji-e's. Of cmnse llu-y'll never coneed-- that wo really have "cnminir j Is Fertile. plnncs. Aiv! to decide what's j "1-niHlBll" von ficnre what, IndicatinK a decidedly t'avoiaole I the possibilities arc that we will j impression obtained fiuin a two- l IM Invaded by a foreign power or ,inj. unrvry the firsl unit of I Donlltiin of power." capahlc ol Hie project, three Uni- InmlinK Clock of Hoops of Arizona officials left planes on these shores. I Tuesday for Tucson. V A recent tm.nl showed llll.ii ,_ sliantz. I; pllinos In tin- Air Corps, incllldint: H. H38 combat pinner whirh tin- :yinv, nu. extension CHRISTMAS BLIZZARD 103 Pro-Japanese Leader Forms Govt. In Hopei "k.'oinplclo Survey, Indi- cate 1 {cliff Land tmilly autonomous1 anti-Communist furl ICaslern Hopei Piovince today. He bi.lh polilk-iil andj military powers in his inent and ob-erveis ;m (.f. fort to attain pioic iiuiu'ly com plele independence from the Na 1 tional Chinese Hovei'nnient. .-.sumc control ovpr a portion uf ritoiy made. Uj) by Chahar and Hope-i Provinces in the which is now under tile cun'.iul 01 a .--emi-aiitononinus nmeat instituted al tin- demand of tin Japanese army to ''proteet" tl eonnlry supposed Con bombers. 11" allarU nircc soil and! 811A NX; Al. Dee. '2t> 'U.fi> .la( j plllllf. 71 i-xpcits'from the university' anc.'c-Chincse tension moved elos HAIL, THE ROSE TOURNEY QUEEN Ju-Krntr. iU.Pi Yii lender, for training Now, on lop of Hint. is about to SIKH f.ir new hiu'h .speed combat plane.1 which wil leo.-l iihonl Mn.O'in.oOO whleii will cost .-ilimil of picscnt will brlnir the Air Corps within to fertility of the soil and leas I'.ii'ily of the project. to a ciisis today after the I illation of Tain: Tll-.Ien vice mill ister of comimmiealions. and 111 of rejiorted the IIID-! ntrcel. ject was not feasible. Secictnryj Tung was leuarded as pio-.lap- of Interior Harold 1. lelu'S ail- anc-ac and a .Japanese i-mbass pointed a commission of three u, lelt no ilollhl that hi shooting distance of tin- Bnltei I Ono member. Cecil I assassination was regarded as i recommendation of 01- Hcno. Nov., has since re-1 blow aimed at the Japanese. plnnef1- and Hint hoard was load- ed with military and aviation- minded men. There's one important official signed because of his connection, of the afiricultllial and Heerclary leltes has nniioun- he will soon hi.1? sue- )r. The oilier members are: i commit tor which piobably will II. Pcteison of the hover mec-t In UH entirety. Not Agricultural collcsc. and ijvilhoiit a riot, nnyway, one could I u- n eon.'.ull- 03flume, after its m.-iUeup. That is the American National I Commlttei- ftrr Hie '1'biid World' Furnish Horses j For Fox Film Power Confrlcr.re, -.vhlch will a.'- Remble hero next September. cn U. ni ritMirrnl I'lleetrie.j f'lliltrinnu I'Moyd lisle nl Nl- i Hudson I'o-.ver Cut poiatlnn.! Kranh i.'unierf.'M'! Kli-rtrli- nl" Host (Hi. Vier Pri'SideiU C. K. Stephen.- West-, tnghmiMe Kiertrie. (liaiiiuan .1. K.' Aldivl o] nf New. Ynrlt. I're.siUent Hurry .1 8aKeri of. .Scutliem Calil'iiMiia KHi.-im J'lTHldtMit JaineH K. 'if Paei- fin fins A- Kb-elrie. Vn-r i 'resi-lriit .1. Hannah ..f the P.yllcs-; ,..j hy Utility ar..l rhainnaii- Jnhn K. Xiniir.i-nit.-.i-. i.t (.ifis ImprovntiitMit ('n. i )K. 1 holfiiliL' cnnipauy ael. i Menibei.-- also ineblde mi; V. Coben of I be Nil l i  lives u'l.-re lost, huwover, as u direct rcsidt of exposure lo stib-7.ern temperalures made more liy n stiff nor'wester. The coldest place in the United States was IX'vil'.s1 Lake. N. which recorded 22 degrees hNow zero. Wllliston, N. D., had 18 be- low and Jliles City, MonL, had 10 below. Chicugo recorded three he- low with temperatures expected to slide to five or more bolow. 1'huics O rounded Planes were K'mmded in Chk-a- go and Iruins were from 20 ndh- utes lo two hours late. At Indianapolis Theodore Hag1- erman, '1C, died in his milk truck. Rny Moutnchn, 41, a city fireman, was killed at Tnd., when a fire truck answering a call skidded on the pavement and overturned. At Olinreith. Ind., Mrs. Orc.ve. s, Ovcndrn nml'F.-'-E.- Oveiiden were killed when their .itito jlid iiiio .1 mll- road train. At Newcastle, Ind., Joan Cummhui. G, was K-flled %vben a car driven by her .vtcphi- into an interurbiin streets or i-ounty The dead inc'inli-d Kay Wi-bli. L'l. o'clo.'lx. In. Much will filming piobi'-ms such a- ot -.nd WAKIIFNCVrON. 'Jli pielure con.oiation. l.os spent Christ mas day here with his th'-r wife, who a KUtwl of her sun, cur. II. K. .Slice'., the .s. Gnu- Carllon K. Kidwell nnd FiKrilt Day. both of Was-hinnton, D. I i They were also joined by anoth- r son. A. M. St'ieet Landslide Forces Icke- todav awarded a I Angles. his wlfl- ar-'1 iconlracl to thiee AuKeles The enliie pa, ly enjoyed a riirist- 1 an "Nj I'-a.'i' Illvd '.h.' I cement for construction of IUU 1 lellltrtj tnirli driver, was bonked or. sus- FaCUllV I fornia's Impelial dam and picioji drunk I ln., tube cil of all "power trust" foes and; hits w.lh aeiial father of TVA; Some of :he lava the National 1'opnlar (lovernmcnt I'IMT. :iic pits, f.u with batllc against tin- .-ailli and emetic t' the utilities lont; -asu became a- o'.liers disappear life work: Senator Hurt Wheeler ravenis beneatli (hi and Keprr.lenlative Sam Hay- I aimosi 100 new pulMiit .-..iHi-ael is expected to In awarded before Dec. The plii-cliase of new ship will num.I out Ihe ainly air coips pmchasiiiK program alloted from tin- war department To Leave Building! I'erllai'.d nnd tin- Ktiulhwr-sl- Pec1. '-'I) 'UP' A lan.islide caused by lealnno. water '2't nuir. mem- bers nl' the of San Kran- eisco lor women, to ova-. J orn Portland Thuir point bi. ;i iKHiel with a leiund di in ;-ent.'- for re'.urn ol" company act; President William exi.eri- C.reen. of the A. 1-'. of L: Presl- exiMs a' dent John L. Lewis of Ibe United, Mine Workers: and Hi-search I.li-i WAHIIINr-TON. '.'.I iiJ.R, War department officials have comiilcled ront.-n-.'t r.m-.., meiit- (or of. lanes. I .lames t'rawlor. u In- and 'i'altnei. .-.idoi fioiii I'nc S S or. susoicior. "f a-; :e- isillt of eolliMoe. :il Al.i- .1 iiormtoiy and cans-] L.: ar-.d Knsecraiis ('on-.p- damrme in Uie l-'ian, iscf Ion. aica loday. stii: The slide I, f l c.apini; hole j llliiilenlilled in ill-.- ct wide u, Ihe side of hone. I he pas, two wec.ts ,-on-; Ihe college have en awarded .01 drilllien slnnds. The of the slide wasl n-hiise m 11., attack arieMed 3'.l inoton.-ils icijoniv nil led iron: the dor- I.....ibii.i: Plane.', including 1.: o: Ihesan Anx.ona's Iralfic death toll rFoI! of State This Year 21.1 I'HUISNIX. Aiix.. IV SCOI'TS IMM-: rcclor M. II. Ildfros. of tin- Inter- national Hrothcrhood of Klecllieal Workers. Members ,.f I'.oy Scouts Tills is Ihe firsl time the (n lhi. Power Conference ever saw such a mixed committee. The confer-'M i.milfaetllM-u bv the Co.: M trainin.i: and j Tin- lol.il cost was approximately j j To tnitiny lit ill ties. This year the jzove nipnt look re.sjKtnsibilily named the committee. further. the buildings a new all lime i .ird will be set in thr ren-.uin iii; days nf the year. Two persons hui t in earlie At El Centro Over Christmas ;Feu Arrests nuis ilinner with Mr. and Mrs. K. SUvd. Mr. tiiiidr.tM relumed lo Tomb- While heir he said lliat Uie liloauway Aniri- iea was becoming m killed and throe tbr-ir nutnmobile skiilded uii pavement and eiashed into a pole near Pfiltmore. Mil., early today. .Four peisons were Ulllod in ;ui- tomuhilc accidents nn Iowa roads'. A farmer was found frozen to biirbi-d wire fence at .loice. Iowa. -old count, ics.! -urn such a, Canada (wheie Miss) Khea Ihe ..rs-.an-j l _ Aii.stialin. Ki'.sland anil. 'x" 'rciin.. was found in his parked A new map has jn.-l '''--i1'-1 i-.l complinienlary to the orvmk-' wnvt> ation by the Texas company, he j.-jb. said, i.nil the new maps of frosl Uroadway of America 01 nr.mxa- snow was cx- tion will 'ooii be off Ihe I hl Alab.i- The fuel Hi..! the San posiiion will a.yain he .Inn. 1.-, and Hie Texas cenlei.m.d 'Ijjii.-l nnn1 WOA1.AN assures r.rirulway of coiitir." de.iih ol Hint l.Vaiin. 'I'uwnsei'.d cinbs cr of Hie .liMlinal since' al Kl Centm Iniinded five years liis widow and a brothe serious and the wood. Calif., died in a piial fiom injuries she street Chiistmas Kvc Jo Kinejnan Kor hours cndinK p. -n. today. Dntii furnished by II. S. Weather Huroiin. UlSbest Icmperalnrn j Lieutenants Uoyd Lowos, tcmpcratnro llnl-.-Urr' Hois, and Pr. K. Pa.ton said the Average this ilato )s r ha.l a tny piritnl. ili'teetivt.- Average lowest thi ndale 1- .'.-iiiio' mntliei badm- and a uniform wbieh led ill which Pi-. K. K. Town- j I'.r.inilcr uf I he- nh! 1 vnlvir.i; IH'IIMIHI plun. will 'i'h" nltM'.iill; will llcl.l ill 111'' woi-i- j Wilson sebnol. iUnrtinn :.l were n, ville rhar- j e ye i "1-'li wilil ______ Klreet yesterday ;it ler noon, am accas-'d two ho riiy'n T.-iliil .'lei I TT i i I Held On .'hurg Of Killing sent "in '-d by Will Contest For Nomination at lionie alone wllile his mothrl Kxocns for day 1 of lu.r.-ej tbrm Arcnmuliited excess mo.... 11. i.iruiL; at Anita when he Aecumulated exeert.i for year. .200 nreiilrnlally handed himsell. i'n.iei Hieir for montli lift- de, i.lr.l Inday. th" n.iue.iy. Hi The u'.'iMHi-. .Mrs. [.aura Krdee- .Vorn.an was a Percent since Jan. 1 Sunshine, perernt of possibl yt'Mlcrd.ly Ti fi. m. Noon nnd Friday: little in tetniterature. 1 Ml Ml-: XIX A 1 ler. Ml Pi p. M. is was ;n n-.-'l.1 mdec were to be fileil' yeslrr'''iy bv oivilJe Smith. :-'-il In believe he was playing m roii: t luuay against highway jial rnlr.iau. on a rl'.ar1: .ITU! rnbbern." [.'rank r. of theft. Imn i at mn wmker. ;t OJIVIK was laU'-n n-n-U -A-' >fiirers decided; j-.-Mili ol' t lie last Bernardino bv a C'aliforma "l; m" part of Ibe I'bd I'ml. in a baj-joor, with Ihr eai LVI.I: c. l nilrd 1'ress Staff Cm i espc-ndr Dec. Ul.R' linnlU'.al Xp! fS.-r'l the tfniav ''h.'l n.1 would roll I.'RTIIOIT, Pee. (U.RJ A Cai'dner hint .street railway bus driver wan last Tennessee .-trite confined Lo his bed Luday as the Mmadway el" Am- i-pstilt of appistance lo a HOO- eru-a as Hi-.- irnr.won- passen-er who slip- ils slio from Slates by '.Kivim; baked enamel eieeted ;il inti'l'vals llloilH the ,'ifin HrnaTwiiy in the state. Ihe asym-iatinn .slat- lhl' Iml .I.imrs ".r twisteil his hack ijdly wliile lifting her. he wu M-iit lu Saratoga liospttal fo treaiin-Ml. then home to bed. IM ilJ.F" .Sun-1 live lime a "robber" at oilier mn niriUs. playinj: obber, I bey malted milk" d' Mostly fair ln-j -lie Mrs. Kedr, -ker I luiniiin- fr..jr. Iln.v.i ;Unendeivd lo pn-- nnd Alfi-id Valien.e were :.nd. IhM at Ihe eounly by iee Mi'ii-r I'ne man drunU harden. r pays his penalty. 'allacUrd him. .lark wa.- i Pulling a chair neai i In- dooi.. Arrm ii-.as-. l-> the at ensed man. fi'om mi-niinr. by ;-el a! Ihe yo.db .-iipj.. .1 .1 he u> Ji.r Slit-nif hinmty. over his head In syinhnli-e when ii-hl stalled He In Marl MM :i ijtl-dny senlei" I Mint his i-obbei bad been haimrd. turned I'ost and ask- u wbnt he by .Insticn of Traelie i ,i jh, boy the offirris believed.' tumble wa.s and the soun-.-r FlueUi-ye on a pel' y tlic -li-jitll i :i hi iul puma the t'l Mibst.ai was In the I'jiilcd vesterday. t in i--.llii.ts i el ail .1 ;al Hint moi r Aniei ienns bmnd tut) j stockings on the holiday no-it, i than in any year since Poliee j irror-is rot'lecled n ex- eve-j ttnnrly few ju-eideids and temp.-i- I'ial ale eonvivinlily. Most uf Hie 11 y 
                            

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