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   Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1936, Yuma, Arizona                             Today's News TODAY IT IS NEWS THE YUMA DAILY SUN And THE YUMA ARIZONA SENTINEL Today's News TODAY By FULL LEASKU WUtE Volume 25 VUMA, ARIZONA, TliriiSDAV, JANUARY 30, Tho Sentiitttl Volume 25 BEHIND THE SCENES IN WASHINGTON i_RY RODNEY PRESIDENT URGE VETS RECEIVE Bl WASHINGTON Till' Amer- Cilii Uliorty League raised and spent more money last year than did llu- Ilepubliean party and al- most as much as the D'cmocralic paTty. In respects the league a political party. You begin to sense that when you fro into the National ness Cluli building here in Washington and yon see Presi- dent Jouett Shouse's name on the door of Room 1000-- which with a couple of dozen contiguous of- fice rooms, is league headquarters. Until June. that space housed the Democratic Rational Committo.e and Chouse, still has his same old was In eharge. His secretary of those plication Wanks. Have been rc- days. Miss Carey. still guards thc'cciyed here, it was announced lo- ShniiBc door. hy A. o. Williamson. com- [Vopaganda Is the chief mandcr of H. H. Donkersley post mlssiun and fjum the fcalile old til. Ameilean Legion. flees Shou.se directs a constant fire) World War veterans may j-eeurc nt the Now Deal in .somewhat the the Wanks from T. J. Wnddeil the same manner that he ntiil Charlie j commander said. A larger con- MlrhelHon once plastered President j sigmnent of the blanks is expcct- Yuma Indian On Trial Charge Of. Slaying Bredde FIND BODY OF MISSUS'G HIKER SAX DIKGO. Cal. Jan. 30  on recdverilif; IHe Ixtdv frotr oimoiK lilni'li-r, IS.OUII feet uji tlie ol Illr I I.idS foot peak Say Germany Has Promised to Obey Treaty Pn nomltmtii iiv. M'iiny piiily-leaders who licnnl Kan.siis day speech hist night believed he would win the nomin- itlon al Cleveland convention applauded I'unc. All 'ic.-dlv. hailii :ls Mflsps p in len.l I ho OOP biielt fo Ihe Ife'-J Available I.'indon ciinili-i nti-nlv. hill In- shvssed his aviiibibililv nnd. sini-e hi.s voice was carried to .-ill narls of Ihe I'oimtrv bv radio. bellovedi to have slren'rlhi'iieil his iniinciipiiralily. Ills snninii-lers .iiul ivorkeis wtM-c to ner-in camiiMi-n rarticnl.irlv in Ihe middle west and Mi.- far wesl. Mis advisors wurii l.i-hi-lii'vi' Hint he would Hi.- noiiiiiiniion a.s -soni, ....jw.is That Willis Van Devantur, above, dean of IT. fi. Supreme Court con.scrvatives, may i-i.-sift-n hir post is t'ne rumor heard in Washington. Tlie justice, who is 77. has bought a fai m near Si- licon I'lly. Md. Ill view of his none loo robu.it health, this led to renewal of rumors of his ivlire- iiienl. Van Devanler nppn'rt- the dent Tan. Probe of Loeb Be Tried On U.S. Narcotic Counts PiiOENIX. Ariz. .ran. SO Two physicians wil! tc trial in IT. H. district eour'j here next month on i.'liarg-cs nf V'ijlUin1 the feiieral narcotic laws. Ur. C'harleM O. Bi-owlo.7, Calif., be Irlecl 20 on an accusation he smuggled, irurotics hen; from California and so'ci Ilium lo a federal uudercc-ver I Jr. Natlianiel Miditower, Phoe- nix, will be tried Feb. 2B. ASKS DAMlGES FOR GILA BEND CRASH DEATHS PHOENIX Jan. 30 Suits for damapes were filed in superior court today nuainsl Hie Capilol Tank Lines, of Bell. Calif-, by a relalive of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M'ets of liolt- ville. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. M'cts weir iniur- ed fatally when (heir automobile and a Capital tanker collided near Gila Bend on tlie Phoenix-Yiima highway. J Bora Verdell McQueen, relative of the eotiple, was plaintiff, Killing Reveals L r T i. Antique Exhibit Discipline T n rr, T, 1 Is Open Lonight The league has members in al stules and organisations in '2< most of which have offices fo publicity and olber purposes. Tlie hasn't lobbie r. T. C. the a-i- :if (lie (ji.ali ii.v I'ATi, I'liiled Prr-i-i Staff Corr RKRI.1N' .Tan. love peace as niucti as any nation plican! must a eil hut if they are attacked they will tlnlled Slnles. physicially prove Ihe most ftnhborn peonle on fied and of good moral character, earth. Adolf Hitler said in He n.u.sl have passed his 17th a. speech on the occasion of tbe birthday. In- of average intelli- Ibird anniversary of his acvsfiou gcncc nnd ninsl have a ccrllficale ADDIS AllAIiA, to power. of good charaelor from a repula- cahiuel minister sol He addressed 30.000 of the "old hie cilizen in his home low... i bave left lo learl tr guanl" of his storm troopers. The bnsic course, for hoys al t( lected from units all o'--or the tending camp lor Hie firi-t time IS; ItALI'H r. SlulT nl l-'AHIS. .run. iU.I" Krcr.ch [-..'inniiUg loday ;'nnn llu: funeral nf King V 1'ormi tl the .ifliic C.crmany had llrilaln. slle nol viokite r he dctil'li- larixalion provisions guvc-ciug Ihe iihinela.nl. The Hrilish goveriinu-nl i.u'oi-m- cd Koreign MlniHiiM- iiMule in Ltindou nl a r- lavonie movemenls were ills'Sinnleil. for that rc.nsDii. Ihev l.i no miive lo in- v-llh ill-lures .-asl.-iu nnrlv I'm- mir.-s' i-iclcd frum tlial .mLIKT, 111.. .Inn. [10 (U.PI-- The entlr.- aiJmir.islnitlon of Si.'ilcs- ville nrlson where Ai'llv P.y imolic.i! himself In an the nominafi. ruiikc i This lalk ampaimi "H Land.in pledf--d m n for lie snid: "I may s.'.e.'cli.'s laler. 'ly an invesiigiiicd toii.-iy by :IK i I. .-n 7-eopold. M.ivers T wish Henry could see keep it open lomorrow and I'll di-iiR, him i.p ticre." i ijiit .tuuiitil- lo ahoi'e wc.e made last evening- (o Ihe OL llobliy Franks pi-act ii ally 1 run ol the was r-v-al- f cd al the inqncsl inlo I.Oi-lj't; ni" dealh. cision ni.irie lo hold the exhib- il for jinollir-r al'teinoon and cvc- So those who tonliMil before lil o'clock will see the best thing of one nn rent, problems rind Ih pledge nol lo .send mili- I "olillenl bridges when 1 ,-o.ne lo ilie.ni." Landon assailol I lie X.'-w IVal "for and thinking." and skntcln Three Ethiopian Ministers Leave To Lead A In and l.-cooold v.-ere Icn many said stale's alloiney Will R. Me-. Cabe. "Thev snciit n glcal deal of lime together. They were well supplied wilh money and seemed prison." >ld convicl. its kind ever held ill Yuma. Not a single p.nlron of Ihe ex- LISTS BENEFIT II HUGE 10 IHE Sends Note As Substitute For A. A. A. Bill Is Ir.iroduced ny uossEur, TURXKR, United l-ress StafC Corrrapondent Jan.'30 President Roosevelt emphasized to congress today tne National ben- efits of a board soil conservation program coincident with introduc-] lion of the administration's nev .arm bill coataining such a pro-j srnm In the Senate. Mr. Roosevelt's message submitted as the AAA substitute! was sped toward debate on Kon-_ day. Atlornev Hencral' Homer S.l Cummino-s saiil a tax program tol programj congresal finance the no'v farm would he renrly for "within a week." Accompanies liepori The President's messnire to coh-l gress contained no mention of Uiel AAA and ostensibly merely ac'-l eomoanled a i-cport 'of the nation-1 al resources committee on "LIUlal walers." Mr. Roosevelt called a. 'AHiitl House conference of farm ana treasury aides to iro over final details of the substitute. A.AA am] tax program to I'oinls To .....Him-cwr, Mr. Konsevelt .uuidc clear his nc-lief in ul.ich uiiui.-rllt) any brouui soil anill pointed to the dnng-ers inherent, neglect of the pr'ojrran.. "Our objective." he said. he so lo manage, the physical use of the land lh.it we will not maintain soil fertility but band on to the next generation al wintry wilh belter [lower and n g-reater pormancncyf to have Die run of the James Day, yeslerday afternoon or land use than the one we was disaMpointed; all gave! heriteil from the previous g-ener-l il. nnslinUd praise. ation." Koine said Loei> had annoyed him torj months with suggestions of ah- playing a normal relalions and had new displays (pai-ticvlnr- ly a wonderful gun have been added loday. aiv comuuMidahle community j .-ipiril in invilinp; high scliool pu-j pils by classes to Ihe exhibil. "An i L. P. Hamilton Is Re-elected Head Farm Loan Unii farm nmuram bnivd upon hnild-i ised him nivoia nnd money if be b.v classes to I lie exhibit. ".Mi i inff n home .submitted, nay .'aid "P "on" 1s nnd He enllf.l.self ilefense when lie atladtrl llrly "our they ct.nld aVe lliimwlf a will, a afler wliool." one school snid. The _ his ,.f Ihe con- fmved lo undress oith him in a cllildivn ..r Ihe upper pr.-l.lcs of Linus Hamilton was re-elect- fmipc stilnliou. for caslorn small shower room. gian.mar schools are to I..- (jivoi eel president and C. W. Ins-lmm hl, -rerovery he-' Hep l.eroy M Given minority 'll toin.-i-I sorrclrtry-treasiiror, at the annua I fore reform." vet lie made il' clear1 leader of ibe stale nssem'rV; before the irtielus mecUnjj of. the Ynma Nntiona 31) be was acainsl n'linnir.s- In i cliareod Ilinl "rotten conditions" to their owners. Farm Loan association ysstcrdaj 'that he was against retuining to 1 eharj-od thai "rotten conditions" in penal institutions were cause'! Ihe old order. tbe Southern front in oj.n- tion In Ihe Kalian advance, was announced today. 11 Five Reported by "using our stale inslilnli for political palronagr .-uul jiiitt incmiipetents in conlroi." country. It was the principal eel- consists of preliminary physical. Wlls today. ebnUion of the day. menial anil moral l.aining- i'nclnd- 'rlle n..: P.ediir.i.'.i "Germany will love p.'ace as athlelics. drill, rifle Si''assie. finance miicli as nation can love il." mansbip. firsl aid. camp sanita- I Knnynxmntrh Tekle ML. he raid. "So IOTIR- as Germany's j tion. personal hygiene, militarv j telfRrnni..-) ar: honor is nol slighted. But when courlesy. discipline and studies ii. Uebre Marian, n .m- onr honor is atlaclced we shall. citizenship. Satisfactory compli-- j i3tcr "Hwior. aeei.lcni shortly Bernardino. Calif, left this morn- turn out to be the most slublmin lion or the baiic'course carna re. I Kmcpror Hail-- Scl.i.: 'before three o'colck Ibis iiH.rnimr iii? fm- the California eily with people on earlb. eommcndaliou for Ibe. red course j sil''fl "eadqiiarlers at Dessve about miles wesl of heic on two piisoncrs lakcn into cuslody "We that, an understand- ,iu, airplane for the. Addis U. S. Highway ho. Only one of here. They nr- in.v of tbe rights of all will prc-; .___ Djibouti railway. i tlu-m. William >1. was ,-esled for im estigaliou Issues for State Warrants I, Five men were hml in sheriff Emrncll Sl.iij- automobile accident shortly Bernardino. Calif, left ibis morn- of the rights of all will ]irc- vail in the world, thus creating yr for the first time the basis CMJjC 01 IVaHftllS real peace Fire Threatens i Liner at Pedro; Elated by Smith's Break With F. R. Dji There they will orgamz- (leave by voad for the w i reinforcements for Hie army Desta Dcn'lU I son-in-law. il was announced by Secretary Inirham. 1C. O. Cuminfi' wag eho-1 sen vice president. Direclors were re-elected follows: Louis I'. Hamilton. Kilward C. Cnming-. Austin W. Franklin, RSI Stale of Arizona general fund i Waller 10. Morrell. Charles C. Cof- warranls registered on or before fey, Joseph Dunne, and George O. San i October 31. 1935. will be payable Cannon. Kelt. 10, and interest ceases Victor L. Kurlil, of: the Ke.deral on that date, lo infor- Fjaiid bank, handling- Arizona loans malion recei'--ed foday by Ihe Mi-' and K. o. Lusby. districl apprais- ners and Merchants Hank. er .attended the meeting. seriously burl, il was said. Tie i a robbery .and i-Ted C. lialsbi-r" was brought I., fin- office of Dr. ,-y, wnnlecl for questioni.ig re- i Marclius al. Winlci liavcn, wliere ,-iiarges made by Iwo .-iris I il was fhimd he had siistnincd who alleircdly were fni merly 'em- fractures of ihe jaw an.l imse. by him io sell magaxir.c.s. LOS ANdKLKS. Jan. 20 (UP) SAN PKDRO. C.ll. .Ian. IU.R' William Allen White, noted Kan- Fire which for a lime threaten- i sns editor, "viewed with the re- nd to destroy Ihe Order liner Cm-; sir-nine -o was exlingllished last Linger a While With Daily S mi's For Auld Lang Syne G. agent, repents that Ihe earloadings during tbe lawl. 24 hours inrirninc out of Yuma were: is cars lettuce. i! oars cottonseed 1 car mixeu vegelablcs '2 cars mercli, -ulifte 1 car fertilizer I! eais hay I ears grapefiuir irrow of a republican" night'Ihe socalled break between Al ifter 'lifeboats and land compan- Smith and President Roosevelt, es b-lltlcd Ibe sulphur blaze for "Tl tn norc than an hour. Al Smilb PUSH the fitrhtimr word Two firemen llohn Uiehl and .T i to Pi'csident Roosevelt nnd tlien V. Jones, were' overcome bv fumes i lu'llr thnt A1 'is a.lolhcr." chuckled before is tney bandied a hose in Ihe lor-i departed last night for h s ward hold. Oilier firemen home in Knipor.a. Kans. hem bv IV'nfc' rope.v around Ibeir i Ai n republican, it's no skin boihes so thev could oe raised to re i off he j-'outhwes. portion of lie the upper i eck where thnv were1 nortbwesl half of section nine, I Township 22 of mv The Cnzeo .loaded wilh nlraes' I declared m a happy mood Chile, .sulphur from Peril! The "Sage of Kansas" had linen and gold concenlrates Horn Hon- j visillng wilh superior .Tndpe Hen duras. wa-s being when nolcd domestic problems sparks, appaicnlly rause.l by n j jllris( his dose friend when loading bucket st.-ildng rocks in I on bis political views the sulphur Ignilcd Ihe cargo. j nflnr spendinK four monllif in the longshoremen working in lire i Orionl. hold managed lo escape before! Asked whom he would support being ovci.on-ie bv fumes. the I'.epubli-an mainly lo 111. cargo While declared, "I with Ihe ill one hold. i Landon." Abme Says Schools First Aim Should Be To Teach 'Living Together Well' "I would like to see Ihe first I speaking-, in order- that one can aim of our public schools this-- gel lip on his feet, express his to ieaeh boys nj'd g'rls lice OTI ft subject- in n. pleasing together well." T. .L Torrney, j manner, and then know v.-hc-n to pre.sidont of Ihe Stale Teachers j ;ln'' "'t down, colleg-e al Mnffstuff Mie The last point Dr. Tormry rl.-rn- wnnls at (he hmrheon nic-lin." climimno; his talk in f such a way lhat nearly applause (lav. Torrney said (lint no! so much .1) side whii-h s, be whirl the been slressing'. Tie girls, men and wn, learn how to "live follmvc A'isitors I'reftenl1 Olher visitors present Tormey were H. K. Hendrix. ''Y, -slate, .superintendent of public I schools U. L. Baiter, neu manag- or at the .1. C. Penney store here: how to fi-ef along VV' ndcl1- form" Od- er, how eiiioy life itor of thc MornlhR- Sun; M. D. Camion, In (lie U. S. Indian Picking- out which he s.nld hi Io learn in school, p-. .stressed 'oimevl "Singing- was Stib.foels led by Mrs. Vir- ginia Iv'.stlick. wilh llurtdy Kast- licl< al tho pia.io. Mrs. a.monnci-d n community fllnfj n'rilinsr. I "t Die American Legion hall next Monday nipht. O. J. Lovett dwelt piclurcil iil i iv -.IIIIMM m in Ihi-. 'leparlnienl h: iiti'ieil Col. !l. r. My. re I'-r iilcnliliratioii. II" l Ille. ynu IIHOM arc ur score, a crooerv hill: write, how to oxnress a vj. ij.jn.-ii. j (bought clearlv forciblv: how' on the delights of Ihe antique ex- j lo read, alniid ns !o n-ake U! hlblt at the" T'nrlsh How. 'aloud so as Io make It Inl.-reslingj Well lo rcarj aToud to il interest- Buddy was chnirmftn fo HsfoT'evs: how IT- a ;.-ood. nf thc oomniittce for Iho I'slener: i M( of arrl li'isic {0 aiil in the. siei.il life; ynnie public ON   

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