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   Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1936, Yuma, Arizona                             Today's News TODAY WIIILU IT IS NEWS THE YUMA DAILY SUN And J HE YUMA ARIZONA SENTINEL Today's News TODAY By FULL LEASED WUtlC Voliuno 81 YUMA, ARIZONA, MONDAY, APRIL G, 193G The 81 Gleanings By the Publisher IT'S WOK'l'H 143 KILLED BY TORNADOES IN SOUTH SECURITIES ACT HII BT "If Uiis whole community does- n't get behind this horse program has been Hearted here and help keep it growing1 you're over- looking something worth while." -----o----- That was the opinion this morn- ing of C. U. Pickrell of the Uni- versity Arizona staff. Mr. Pickrell served as one of th'e judges at the borne show yester- day and Saturday. He gave his roa.sons for tho statement: .....o....... "One of the best ways of bring- ing eastern money into your com-! niunity for tho winter is to be Holds Commission onOUKl able to furnish them riding horses to wilh your wonderful cli- mate. Langan Says He Was Persuaded Lawsuit THEY'RE BRINGING WATER TO L. A. Have Returned Statement Ky JOHN A. RKKCIOIAN V. Stuff Correspondent WASHINGTON, April C The'supreme court, in an opinion j police "terrorism" forced Langan to drop the federal court suit. 4- bridle paths. -----o- huve th'e "People! can find good hotels all over the United Stfitos; they can go riding in automobiles any- where they are. But they can't always find good hoiv-vs ami tho j striking at bureaucratic encroach- sort of roads which will serve j mont upon constitutional rights.; today uphold J. Edward .Jones.! oil promoter, in his challenge of! i registration provisions of tlie Se-l cunticH Act of IfWJ. I Tbo court did not. however, rule I upon tbo constitutionality of the HP IHI ri lies act. It held merely that Jones should have boon allowed to withdraw a ri'gist nil ion strtl oinr-id nf nil roy- alty certificates rat birr than ap-j pear before the board to testify; concerning the registration as j demanded by tho Securities and; LOS ANGELES, April John Langan, Hollywood mining man, explained in a letter on file today with tho police department that the persuasive powers of po- lice lieut. Earlc E. Kynette, not asserted coercion or intimlda- j Uon, led him to drop his suit against Chief James .E. Davis over activities of the Los Angeles j "bum blockade." i The mining expert issued the i formal statement in answer to charges of his former attorney, J oh n C. Packard, that asserted "Mere you huve life whole des- crt. the by roads, you j tainly have the climate, you can build housing quarters if those you have arc not adequate, and you are beginning to build up a wonderful supply of saddle .stocl.. -o "If you'll all got behind the, move and lend a hand can torn visitors are going to find that Yuma is the spot for Ihom during their winter vacations. His remark was called forth by a seeming lack of interest on the part of tin; conimunily as a in the development of good rid- ing There woio not enough Yuma people at thr. horse Fhow; there was too much of -an inclination to "let George do it" in putting on tho show and pusli'- ing this industry which will bring profit to tho entire community. o- And then tin-re's one other Hiinc whlrli1 occurs to ymir pub- lisher. Kxchange commission. Three Dissent Justice Cleorgc Sutherland, in an opinion to which three justices dissented, snid flatly: "The action of tho com.mission finds no .support in right, prin- ciple or law. 'It is wholly un- reasonable and arbitniry. It vio- (CONT1NUED ON PAGE TWO) TEST VALVES ON FACE OF BOULDER DAM BOULDKn CITY. Nov.. April 0   A cascade half the size of the Niagara Falls poured down tho face of Boulder Dam yesterday as government engi- neers opened six giant needle valves to measure the flow they could obtain from the mighty flood-control unit. i Although the valves wore op-, ened only to three quaters of their j [IS RE-EIECIED Water Users Urge Yuma- San Luis State Highway At tho annual organization meeting of the council of the Yuma County Water Users asso- ciation, James McBridc was re- elected chairman for the coming year. j All members of both council and board of governors were re- elected. Both council and board adopt- ed a resolution urging designa- tion of a road between Yuma and San Luis as a state highway. It was pointed out that much traf- fic now passes over the road, in one- day, pounds of Gulf i of California fish being checked through the San Luis customs of- fice. A sludy in llghls iif one of America's largest con- Htruction .'Metropolitan Water District aimeduel from Boulder Dam (o Los Angeles. This is being built nt a cost of 220 million dollars and UK; huge job Includes construction of a darn; injlrs of tunnels; fifi miles nf covered conduit: 3-1 miles of pressure line and 7f> miles of lined over the desert. Cattle Feeding To Be Subject At Farm Bureau' Out there yesterday watching those boys mid girls Vngnging in a clean, health giving sport, com- i piling just PHOKNIX. A'M-11 (i rtJ.R) CoilII- ties' shares of additional liquor with other and girls j license fees collected by Hie s or belter. UuMr sUilc this year were distributed wh'ole hearts put into getting tlie' today by the state liquor depart- best performance OUL of thoir, went, hor.ses, having an object, an aim, i They were: an interest hi something vital to I Cochlse. Coconlno. 591.0" tlicm. and .something wholesome well now. I can think S-U.07: Mnricopa. of a lot of things that would be i worse for hoys and girls and for the community in a few years. A youngster wh'oso spare tirnoj is wrapped up in that kind is goin full cfipacily. the din could be heard for miles as tho water poured through the 8-1-inch valves down the 170-foot concrete slab! "luck Canyon. of YUMA CO CFTS i KnRinccra allnwctl thc flmv state university, will adilnws th- cY'ro iv T TOT TOT? [continue for .in hour and a half! of .Yimia eom.'ly IA ,IH they made tests or preHSuroi iivcMock growing, feed ing, and LK'KNSK FJCKS and volume preliminary to a final; marketing at tlic regular mooting test May 12 when the outlets will i of Uio tipper Valley Farm Hur- opened to full capnrity. ;lt Imusr lo- IIIOITUW uveiling at S. Prof. Pick- roll bus been in Yuma boluicand has been a most useful and in- structive representative, bureau officers said. He knows his sub- ject. On a number of occasions bo id storm which started hen: last Friday and reached a velocity of 32 miles an hour Sat- RODENT PEST ERADICATION Former Yuman in Near Sea Tragedy Nine Killed In Traffic Crashes In L. A. Region LOS ANGELES, April U Nine persons lay in the morgue today, victims of week-end traf- fic that toasted the year's total IP. the county to 216. Among the dead was Catilena Quillen, 11 months old. who was killed when an automobile backed over her at her home in Clcarwatcr. The other dead were James Field. 28; Carl Bankson, 23; Hen- ry Bodie, Beverly Hills; Mrs. Sevcrine G. Pacheco, 72; Eugene (CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO) HOFFMAN OPENS POLITICAL WAR ON EXECUTION TRENTON, N. J., April Gov. Harold G. Hoffman opcn- i-d I hn expected political war over Bruno Richard Hauptrnann's execution today by declaring lie considers it doubtful that Haupt- mann was even connected with the crime. At the same time both his friends and his enemies prepared resolutions for presentation to the prosecution and defense of Hauptmann. Both sought to turn to political advantage investigations being made of the New York "kidnap- of Paul Wendcl. disbarred Trenton attorney, and his "con- FIVE 5IAIE5 1 BY STQRI mm? WINDSTORM SAT. EVER SEEN HERE! Gral'am Grconlcc Mohavc Navajo S21G.G7; Pima SG08.-, afternoon continued Sunday 33; Pinal Santa Cruz ,im] Many residents doclar- ih. Yavapai Sl.3GG.07; Yuma Apache county did not share in the distribution because no ad- an interest of1 dittonal licenses had been grant- to have that cd there flinco the department dis- fees scv- TUKS. The regular monthly meeting; Still too weak to continue his of the city council is scli'eduled to "blind freight" travel take place at the city hall to- toward his home in New York much less time for dirt and smut tributcd liquor license and que.stoinabk; tiling.-} HO easy J weeks ago. fur them tu find if they have idle time and nothing to do with it. -----o Yos. from an innocent bystand- er's viewpoint it seems that IhV' horse program is well worth at- tention and some activity nnd boosting- from all of us. It's for Yuma and the valley I Herbert Grace of Roll, patients at and every spot in the Southwest the General hospital, were dis- nearby. And we should nil be for charged Sunday and returned to it. Let's give it a thought before j their homerf. it way announced another year rolls around. at the hospital. has remained over a day or two in the valoy. and gone tun with groups of cattle feeders to inspect their herds, make suggestiun.s, and the growers have always I tho storm Saturday afternoon ''eon benofittod. was the worst they had overseen i Yuma is fast becoming a gie.at heru. j "cattle feeder" dist.rict and this Today sand and silt had boon address is timely and will be of drifted in most streets. benefit. Henry Frauonf older, president the Water Usurs" aKHuuatiun ,t j will explain the new proposed plan (if COMHl I'Uct Llltl reclamation serv- Sullivan 10 Cot Rail IVdH morrow at 2 p. rn. HOSPITAL MOWS C. A. Hincs of Wcndcn and Army Reserve Officers To Hold Annual At Phopnix MJIV tho iTiccL rvt i iiuciuA uitiy iu i laal in a commion City, Tom Sullivan, Amnesia vic- tim, will re.mnin in the county hospital for two or three days and will then bo given n railroad tic- hot to New York, Sheriff T. H. Newmnn announced today. His friend, James Melirtde, who has been staying- here in antici- pation of continuing on east with Sullivan, agreed to the plan and loft for the east alone. Sullivan was found wandering1 rilOENIX. April G Army re- serve officers from all parts of tlie state will converge in Phoe- nix for two days. May D-10, affairs vital to the corps and to national defense will bo consider- ed jit tho 12th annual convention (if tho Arizona department, Re- nervo Officers association of the j will be in United Slater. May. At least a score of proposals directly affecting" the reserves, and involving' matters concerning the U. C. T. C. the C. M. T. C.. and tho C. O., fire pending1 do- Ibo parley. Many of i i will attend Tlie convention dates were HC( to avoid conflict with those in olhfcr departments, and to permit the attendance of Lieu. Col. Frank K. Lowe, national president, and Col. Charles Larson, Eighth Corps Area president, both of whom charges to tlie ice. This talk will bo timely MS payments are about to be resum- ed. The public is cordially invited to attend this inooling which is planned to be of interest and benefit to everyone in this local- ity. To Speak Tonight Townsend Meeting at Two Hurt As Car Crashes Into Pole Pedro sustained a bro- ken leg early Satin-day night when his car struck a polo at the intersection of Avenue R anil Eighth street, according- to sher- iff's office reports. Samuel Scvil- the corps area during j la received slight cuts nnd Do- mota Seville escaped unhurt. officers of the regular 1 army, including' those assigned to reserve divisions, also arc expect- ed to attend. Announced by President. Announcement, of the. e.onven- Ihe.'ic liUvc been submitted by the; tion was made by Charles K Col- council, others are sub-jljns of Plt'oenix, department pros-! n lit ted by Arizona re.sorvists. if ton I. Aelion of the convention Advance registration in ths area' "ii tbo proposals will decide may be. made to Lieut. R. H.: vote on the snmo issues Castro, Kin-Kes., Phoenix. ;il I national convention to be There are 18 of Arizona's i W1 held in .lune. officers residing- in ntl On, Klor.tion of Officers including; Major L. D. Crawford, Knutino business on the parley j Air Major Rex Eadgley, calendar includes the election oi j "Engineers- C'apl. Harold White. ilitpaitmenl officers and tlic solec-! Tnfanlry; First Lieut. Alfred tion of tho 1037 convention city. Morgan. Infantry; First Limit. More tluin 20f) officers, inrluc-! .luck Oowir., Cavalry; Second ing many now on active duty! Lieut. Ralph Young. I A with the C. C. C. are expected to j An extensive and varied enter-. KIKftMK.V MKI-rr TONIGHT iittend tac convention. tainmont has bcon Tlie monthly of Llio Yu- commnnders whoso areas include I ranged by the Phoenix chapter. mn Volunteer Fire ilepnrtmrnf. Aiixona already have announced! host to tl'e parley, iiccorrling to! will bo held tonight at. the fire complete cooperation with F. W. Banmboff, ,Tr.. Tnf- hall, in the of tho city con von tion committee in arrnng- Hes., chnirrr.nn of the ron vent ion hnll, it was announced by Prosi- mg for iibwenu's tifficeih wlui (CONTIHUCO ON PAGC TWO> S. C. L. Vnughan, of Brawley. edi- tor of the T. V. Donmoral. will be. the -speaker at I hi: Townsend club mooting in Eagles hall hen; to- night, it was announced todny by Secretary Uon Ing ham. RxliMuJiixt? the gojtlier-cnulica- tinn started a lung Yuma valley canals rocenlly by the local C.C.C. six workers today launch- ed ;i new Works Progress admin- istration project aimed at elimi- nating rodent pt-sts from all val- ley fnrniK. Tliirteen mon; nu-n will be add- ed to the. force on Wednesday. PoiMm will be used t-.i kill tile- rodents. The group is using traps along canal banks. Coast papers last week carriec a dispatch of interest to Yuma residents, particularly lho.su who were living here a decade or so I ago and knew Dr. C. K. Rooney a surgeon and physician here for several years. Last week the doctor was on a yncht.ing trip with Donah] W. Monica phinc man- ulaclurcr, Douglas1 two sons, crow; tfosslon but he still is held with- meuibers and n party of guests.] bail in Mercer county jail. El- Drivon to Pelican buy for Burlington county do- ht j tocUvi' Jlnii Hoffman's friend, is to in Hoffman s oppon- j e.nts hoped Now York or federal i investigators could follow a trail from Parker to the governor. Proponents of both sides pro. dieted the "lid will blow off" at ly by a brewing storm, tho yac! was anchored there, but" durin tho night tho craft, dragged its anchor and crashed on rocks. Tbo parly took to a life boat and made the island where they wore stranded for over two days before being rescued. EAGLES PLANNING DANCE fossion" that ho kidnaped the baby for whoso murder ilaupt- was executed. Iia.S 1 (.lit.: LUll- (JETS GO DAYS AS j DRUNK DRIVER, tonight's meeting of the legisla- ture. Assemblyman Crawford Jami- son, O., Trenton, announced ho would present n resolution, Death Toll 79 in Tupelo, Miss.; 20 In Georgia Copyright 1H3G by U. 1'. ATLANTA, Ga., April Tho death toll mounted steadily today from a scries of tornudoca which smashed through aix south- ern states, crippled communica- tions and caused property dam- age which will run into millions of dollars. The kiiuwu death Hat ru early this afternoon. Private unconfirmed estimates from areas isolated by broken communica- tions and highways strewn with debris ranged from 200 to BOO. Upwards of DOO were reported injured. ATLANTA, Ga., April Storms of tornadiu intensity lash- ed five southern states 'today, spreading death and destruction over an extensive area. There were 100 known dead in the adjacent states of Misslsslpj pi, Alabama, Tennessee and Ark I ansas, with the town of Tupelo! j Miss., bearing- the brunt with. 71 CONTINUED ON PAGE TWOI 5 ARMY FLIERS DIE ft! CRASH FIIEDRR1CKSBURG. Pa.. Apl (i (U.R) The bodies of five armj aviators, charred beyond rccognj tion, were removed today froil tbo wreckage of thoir two-motoJ od bomber that crashed last niglil Army officers from tho Miif dletown. Pa., field listed the dct{ an: Lieut. Stetson Brown, St. JolinJ bury. Vt.; Cadet Paul Anspaugl FOR FLOOD FUND ._____ and other faculty members of A benefit, dance for the Red! Princeton univor.sily, ji i Cross flood relief fund 1ms been I iP.crlsIntivn investigation of the (.eni.- Hiikcr. arrested by police] announced by tlie Fratermil Ov-1 possibility one or more slate offi- shortly after o'clock del- of T3n.Rles for next Sntiirdav iresent n resolution, sign- Cleveland. O.; Private Yost, PittJ mor-niTiR on !i dnmk driving! Rr.'lO p. m., nt Enples Hall. Pro- was sentenced by uccils will aid In relief nnd re- Eiirl A. 1'Yec-man this morniiij'- to! habilitnlion worlt in the flooded 60 days in jail. areas of thc Jjak'er. a local vonne. man was' J' chairman 'of the Yuma county chapter, Red accused of his ear mto the Crnfs of a con- rear of a ear parked in front of (.ribution of SI toward the fund the .John Garrison home, Second from th'e manager of the LJgurta street, at .Seventh avenue. He'sericc station, sli.bt cuts about H Carrison, awakened hy thei ROOM IS ASKED crash, put on a bathrobe AT CO. HOSPITAL walked into his front yard. One, or Iwn other persons in the car: Request for a. second opnratinpr ran away, lie said. Baker. Gar- room at the county hospital was risnn said, asked him: "Why' Presented to th'e board of super- jeers should be impeached. Jami- son suggested impeachment e.f Hoffman on the assembly floor several weeks ago, Mctl didn't you put out your hand that you were going to turn1." Yuma Gives Promise of Becoming an Important I-Jorse Center; Many Fine Animals Seen af Third Animal Show visors today by Dr. A. P. Kim- Imll n_s spokesman for the medical association. It was decided to leave the matter up to Chairman W. N. Fornian, who ifl to inves- tigate arid see if one of the pre- sent rooms cannot ho transferred into an operating room. tov.'ii, Pa.; ami Private Chambersburg, Pa. Records at Middle town Langley Field. Va., to which bomber was en route via from Pottstown, did reveal tbo first names of Met! Yost and Kndy. Officers who arrived at scene, of the crash Identified plane a.s the army bomber Plans for liquidating- tho loan j the serial number on the ginc. The remainder of the plntje was a mass of twisted and charr- ed wreckage. Tbo fliers were on a routine I training cruise. L.KGION MICKTS TUKS. on the Legion hall he dis-i cussed a.t the regular meeting of1 the H. H. Donkcisley Am-1 erican Legion, tomorrow night, it was announced by Commander A. O. Williamson. 19th Anniversary of U. S Entrance In War Finds Nation Arming- Speedily U. S. R. S. Offices It. J. Co district counsel, j Hurrnu of Reclamation, with of- j fieos at Los Angeles, was a visi- lor here today at the local rncla- mation offices nnd the Atl-Amcr- I ican r.uial tiflicu. i DoHpitf a hiMHlory wanrl fillt'd week end, the Polo club'.s thin! an nun I liorso show wns held JIH scliodulod, of sir-He was Hhown. and thoso who a! t cm f''d were with I pnnlv> Rnm Dirk and members of tho club who l.'ihotv-i mitfhtilv to put on UK- show, AVins Trophy Twice during tbo show of .spoclJUor.s rose to new wa.s when the judges won- a Calif., ho.spital. a trying to decide the winner uf wtMKbinn .six and a half pounds.! thr> beautiful cup for liorsemn n i championship libbrin. This is (heir fir.sl child. Mra.Uhip Ilio oltlrr boys ami: Major R. C. Woodruff's Copplo was formerly Miss Janet! fflrls. Tho cup donated bi-ood mart I'.y -lOSIll'H II. HAIKD U. P. Stall Cnrrohptmden WASHINGTON. April Tho liJLh anniversary ica'a on trance inlo I ho i Rep. William Wisener appeared j (oilay fuutu! i Lo request that the monthly pen- j Mon :i! niu- never bo- 'sion of an nidorly valloy rosldcnl I in i be increased from per month' to Tho request wa.H granted, 'STEAMER AFIRE RUNS FOR PORT New Prosecutor Horn. Saturday, to County At- aloft. Gene roue western style. Anolher who had a. moment! mollon of supery.sor Sam Do- in the limelUhl during .the af ter-' Corso. sconced by Supervisor noon Sunday was Cenc lions with j his snMcl tiielc nony. Of Hlooil Hut the !m> of it nil came when Mrs. Sam carried out the chamnionsliip ribhonn- for draft .'miir.als and th'e other for lighter hlock. The bin dapple prey stallion to H. D. Hollenhedi was judged the best of his elas.-i and took tlic reserve Unrnell, tion county homo dcmonst.ra- 1 Mrs. linckwoll nf I'bno- Sanjr. h l a pifiiorr Ari- at her A _ xona h'orsonrtn. J. Adnrns. I1ONOMIL.II, T. H.. April (U.P) The Norwegian steamer Tricolor dashed toward Honolulu today, her holds aflame with fire which broke out early Saturday. A crew of 10 aboard the modern, ton vessel, bal- Ilinff the flames deep in her hull a.ftcr all estimated to number between 12 and Hi, were transferred to the K. S. Yarrn- ville. The transfer was effected 1 851 sailors. Besides, nearly i I'OO men were wounded. j The United States enteiod tiie war as a second-rate power and "war to emerged as the strongest nation the nil-, on earth. It was able to throw into tho conflict immediately a standing history. army of only T5.000 men and While other nations, jironiptedj navy which had progressed but by post-war political little since Spanish-American war arc scnd'uif; armed men to a do7- days, en potential battlefields, an Today the U. S. army miml'cre precedent od movemenl for Am-' highly trained men in tv.'- erican nctitralily in "the next live service. Behind them war" is growing here. SOX.l.'U reserves. Thus, there (a; It was on li. thai; a ready lighting force ol congress, moved by President men. Wilson's decision that America had reached the limit of its pa- More f.ie seas On far seas the United Slate tience in dealing wilh Cennan more fighting ships than any] submarine warfare. Declared thai; navy in the world, although a state tif war exusted with large Chi-n-Si. with One kling coil, frisking look th'e gnmd lampionship Afttrr nunu'rous trials and tests' Tliere wa.s royalty in that group.' under conditions made more dan- r.ene riding his The colt is by Ry Himself, nnd .gerous by heavy sens, carried away tile emblem. One. Ry Himself is a son of Man 'O Mrs. Max Sholes nnd Mrs. .Toy wns a proud hoy, and Stranger War. The dam was Fired b Kai Cunane, both of Los Angeles, seemed to share in his owner's' Sang, and has a pedigree stretch- wore among those transferred to delight as he pranced around the ing nway back into the .lim past, thf Varraville. They boarded tho sl'.nv I'ilr1 its i CONTINUED ON PACT a! Sli.nnghsf. if war exusUld Imperial (lerman government. It1 passed their age of was the end of a period of diplo-. usefulness. New strength is rnp- matic note-writing by which Am-1 injected into Lhe. nnv.v. erica for ,'K) montl'.s had endeavor-, however, by a current Imiiuii ed to keep neutral. program of SC modern vessels. Cost 20 nillions Admiral William H. Stnndley The If! months of war that chief of naval operations, followed cost America more thanj proposed a new program of two S20.0fl0.000.00n, the lives of SO.- iiattleships and 12 light cruisers. soldiers, m.'trines and (CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)   

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