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Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1936, Yuma, Arizona Today's News TODAY WIULE IT IS NEWS THE YUMAI DAILY SUN And THE YUMA ARIZONA SENTINEL Today's TODAY By I'tlA LEASKO Volume JUNK The JM Gleanings By tho Publisher ALIKN AUITATOItK AMI KLA O. H. McPhcrson hands to Judge Karl Freeman a leaflet and t'hc in turn h'.uids il to the Hun publisher a.s being worthy of re- piiblicittlon. o II'.H a call for .something to be done about the rods, tlu: agitators, the buys who want to the fellows who are the government, cli'urch, religion, schools unil mast anything, else honest, law abiding citizens holrt sacred. o A rwster of such an oryanixa- liuii. the writer holds, i.s prepond- enitflly made up of aliens, of for- burn, of guests in Hie United States. Me recommends deporta- tion right now for Mich. Th'e au- thor is not named but the piece was printed by the Allegheny Council Recorder a reprint irom tlie Sun-Telegraph as of Dec. UKij. H stty.-i in part: BORAH INDICAU PLATFORM BIG ISSUE QUIZ FOUR SUSPECTS IN HOLDUP-SLAYING OF OIL MAN IN CARNEARPHOENIX Believe Tucson Man Attempted to Re- sist Robbery; Woman Companion Runs and Escapes PHOI'iNIX, "Ariz., June S suspects were questioned today as sheriffs officers sought or VmlfLim-Ql'l vin (if BATHTUB SLAVER DOOMED TO, to solve t-lie hold-up-slaying of William K. Groomer, 38, Tucson official of the Rio Grande Oil company. Groomer was shot down by the masked bandit as he sat talking with Mrs. Erma Ginn, dress shop em- ploye, in his' parked car on a desert road north of "Tin- names of Washington j i.im-nin .in- niw.iy.s i.oevd. A n-1 According to Mi's. Ginn's story to officers, the to the American IhH i eonslitulion. 11... Hmn-h the press.! D-lKllt... schools i.s hi ed. hi.- car, coir.Miandt'd them, to o fired several shots into Groomer s body as she flea- "The speakers are always Ihe road. Shi? Haiti shot I Unions anil mangy agitators Ibcliovod lu-r companion TRAPPI'M) with a kink in Ih.-lr hi.iins .mil "Hempl I o resist tin- Immlil. j J v'I'U Tn.ili New Car Hi 1 IM.IMU IS; h'.ilred in their hearts; hatred for le.speetahility, imhi.sliy. independ-j Tin- slayer, aflor killing (Jrnnm- enco. liallpil nf tin- compelont IT anil rilling hisi wallet, look Aint'ricao. native or foreign horn, I.US .Imi" nil" A I c.-iplnred liy a O. P. KEYNOTER Would Give Congress the! I Power (o Regulate j I Industry WASHINGTON. .June 8 IU.RI I'Son. IliMiry F. Ashurst. O.. chairman of the jmliciury. eom- miUce, loday proposed a constitu- tional amendment In the Kcnuta to g-ivo the fcilrra! government. (power to accomplish many of the; things .which the Now Deal has' SEEN AS GIVING IMPETUS TO LANDON LANDSLIDE BUT INSISTS ON DEFINITE STAND Hoover Endorses Constitutional Amend- ment To Empower States to Impose Minimum Wage Standards Copyright By United Press CLEVELAND, June 8 William K. Borah today all but boiled the Stop-LancUm move- ment and began concentrating on forcing his policies into the Republican party platform. Suddenly changing his strategy of the past attempted ami wind, the supreme; Temporary i.i-.v- j months, luis been to the presidential in Cleveland, o.. will hi-1 Borah announced he would be satisfied if the pJat- because of increasing j aviation fm- an oxicnsion or gnv-1 ,V ih- i foim took definite position on the (jiiestions of the He spoke before the Idaho state delegation, since ihe'com-rs h.Iv-i Simultaneously there were reports former Sen. outlawing Ihe New York- mini ;1 World veteran, iulil Thomas of Idaho was being icti-il in i spi i liv trial fn lialhtnli of .Mrs. i: ininn law. It also was regard c (I :is nifii -ant thai tho amendment, of- fered hy a leading coineidentiilly wilh rated as a liberal, lie is serving I term in (he Senate. A PROGRAM FOR CONVENTION nian wno. oini-i-rs -sain. auimiicMi. "They are a ilisloyal lot ol nai, o m, Wl.llllfllM his, in .Nmv VorK, at the Kepnl.lican naUoiu uno innii.s Mil un.iiH.i fin-iiTprintM luil.i.v. aceoniim; tui-Iiihii shown in lii.s Inl- for consideration of :in i-uppiirl In Ihi- life ol a panhainl-1 .ls I.....'rail. Has senteiKTil In 'a.nielHlmelll increasing the power.. jlo ihe anesl '..f win, iron, :l.-Ue prN Hl'Hri'' Aahurai proposal iman who. officers ul Nil.shvmi, .swinl.l......... thc lh" SELASSIE MAY i SEEK PORTION OLD KINGDOM the scum our mclt- int; not and .slumId he .skiinnu-d (iff and dumped un Ihe sctap henp. 'Iliis country .should nol their ilUluyul activiticH anollioi minute- Hhould he rounded :nid took ir.jliainM. hut readily admitted his and deported. i" ninhtcluh from win-re ihey I true identity, police aflur liny connection wit h 1 he Three oilier men arn-sLed IMMT for (jucst (Iroomer iieie I-'rirlav minj; the Ciimhe.rhmd river. TllC waa laken hy P. D. J j Carey who said he Mirpriseil the i nian into ln.s home. Jte; a hu.sinc.s.s Irip. met. Mr.i. iinn; Miimi' j federal govern mom. TJie development came after tin house reVcKFcd for a week, and us Hit senate prepared to d" lild'wise. The AshnrsL amendment reails: 'Most of these people linven'l drove Lo llio di'Hcrt. He K li'iw had ht-i-n chucUcU. hiH wife and a ymmK ...scaped fnuu any right lo lierc al all. They are nu'icly unwelcome lll% enough, liul ncvvrthVlwa Ca inttlon. fattening at our' now visii fn California. a 20-vcar LONDON, .him.' S Klilp- I.Y. RACKET BROKEN considernd fur chairman of the platform committee a of cmicilhil ion lownrd Thomas one of tlie Hnrnh cam- paign managers. Wliclher Boruh CI.KVKLAMI, rlime H finally will decide lo concenlrulu Here's I hi- program lor Uie on Ihe candidfiie or platfori-i Itepuhlican Nnlional eonven- nol known, lion: neiiotmce.s I'lanlc .MONDAV -Scarcely off the train wiiich Stale .-aucuses and h.fonnal hini from Wiwhlnp- 1 Tho Congress aliali :in inimediate at- powers lo niuke law.s and "'t 'P'''ihs- lo "rcKiiItitc. iiRTicnllure. coin v'jiorcr. industry and A .second .secI ton provides that the of hoa.nl. HtreleliinK tlndr mi wolt conche.s of our lihoriil- ity and pi'o.sjK'i Ity. Anil they have- n't I he Hi'i' even the com- mon dei'i'iiey, lo re.-ipecL and ack- nowledge Hie generosity of their whore he ployed hy the oil roinpany. "America I.s ciisy paid heavily for that amiahle fail- ing. Her tolerance, however, is DENY APPEAL CONGRESSMAN AND HIS prahs" rej: fitckels in industry, wey snnppe'l the hack of th 1 .lly JOI-: .MOIililS eastern Old Clianl vclsion I nllril rri-ss siall Cm r. -pr.nili'nl nf Hi., parly plalform arrived in C'hl'IVKI.ANIi. .lime H illi'i ..ihe iiands of tall, Kepuhliean loader., began I lit man Hing-lnm of ComiecU.cut. a faim planU into llieir plaltoim [t strives for .-implicily, for brevity and lor a Mtiong tion in Ih'e pieamhle which woulfl ha-ikef without "killing ho to attract formci I'.i- pig.- and plougning mulur crop-." iind anti-New Deal Dei.i- men maUing I ho party's! ocn.ts to the GOP iiinlis. ie- plallorin weie convinced Ihlit tho.' sounding of the Dcelaia- presidential liattle will turn tion of Imlcpciuicnfc and 1.1 'l.o FIRECRACKI'lR sheof lhp ot- made to farmers in this state Ihe first slop to In- U.Uen hy farm- lntti.aw nifi ilmiunl ol- hi.Sr have been approved for Arizona, ers m county in (nvn ,ifl. cvenls: One of Ihe first pie-Koiii lh on the 1 a.OOO.UOO voter.s from the lo.nu '.he inidwc.sierii piairies. With that in first. He publican platfoini llf havy 'ijoen paiapiirascd in tlie I'hila. OKI 001 (102 I I llo Uoston 000 002 -I0x li fl 0 Rrl.lg-es and Reihcr; Grove and II. Fcrrell. fallnw Irritated i" Ihe IMC. Agricullural Conser- .luly in-ci.k-nt.s to be n-, I land has a iiile of payment of, viilli... progi-am the eounly Mrs Kiu. j ported here occlinod l .J 1 when a large fllecracKer which I'.I.ner Green, of Sixth .-ive.. wn.s liblding-, Irom hand after being lighted, and! Whiloheaif and Sou-ell: Ro.ss. i fifty cents per acre; leaching-, j lie recominomls Hint cvo.vy j ty nietrich F. Hayes, Moss. Sfi.OO per acre; pcronnii.l weed nier fill out a "work sheer'J Klrsl llamo K II K conlrol with chemical ticalmellt, I as Illis is hel'ore the v'pu Oolroil 100 010 001 II I' siiinn nei- i.e.-..- ..li-im oi.ltivntlnii eoimlv committee can eslahlisha UL-tlNlO INAltllj1 510.00 per acre; clean cultivation, j'Ounly committee can eslahlisha per acre. Practice specifica- tions will he announced laler. liase for n farm. Killing out I his sheet does nol ob- ENCYCLOPEDIA Prior to thv, time, annonnce- "Site the farmer lo cooperate., V OitK lune s (U.R. The i 00, was of a pay..-. wd, I, no J j IJoslon 000 oil 7 S ment made on smnling- and grow. O.pi.'s 01 "work ,uv ,hi, jn lilUTAIN ADV1SKS S. (iOVKRNMKNT Ln.NM'ON. June s IU.R' burned tlic foot and ankle of bi- Kiilain ha.s replied the recent c" mind, they on the word document. leibrna.l principles of an agricultur-1 many respei Is Ihi: v-iislelll I al jilnn these Guard '.Ino.i wlllt Mig.jo.i- 'lions from .siippuitor-. -x- I'roteetion of lln1 Amoiiean i JM market for the American farmer; I on horns' anil wii.w.s. A system of bounty, cquitlizalmn One oilier ihlfe.ence al- or iillotmenL sch-enics giving far-j js nnLed. The Old Giliird u benefit on the proportion I .striving- lor brevity aii'J n broad Iwo-yenr old son. The child liail ,emin.l.-r the United States of Ih'cir crops used domestically' of prlnciole-s. wheren.i which would amount proporlinnal-. proposals from the KHIISJI.S govo I Anker and Hoilier: Oslornmol- ler. Wilson, ('a.scaiella and lietg. Clovolnnd al Washinglon. ppd. I rain g nf hienni.il ni- pereimiiil lo- can now be oblainod fn inu......-. on iiri.oalc.d land; ami a U'e county ageni'.s office or fn JS2.I.D payment mi eomnmnily commiUoeineil. standing1 on tho rear I 'be u-ar debt payment tine June ly to tariff charges on pio.luels friends have sought I" woik an automobile, beside his lalher. I loaffirminp, Ihe Hritish view farmers must buy: t'o.'eiiil :.i I urnnt .i-.Mai1- of leglslalion. Tho foot was burned seveiely. Mi.'1 'hat the .-iicuinstances do not disposing of farm -sni plu.-.es. Croposal'. l.islo.l f nisloiv t altondlng physician. IT. II. M. v.-ananl Ihe preurnlalion of No (Intl.o basis of p.ellnrnaiv rcpotie.l. i.ilher was a selllem.'nt al pro-. The would n..i anionK pa'l.v leiuleiH rcpronunlalii c announced. a publisller': also slightly limned on Ihe sent. (CC3NTINUED ON PAGE
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