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   Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1936, Yuma, Arizona                             Today's News TODAY WIIILE IT IS NEWS THE YUMA DAILY SUN And THE YUMA ARIZONA SENTINEL Today's News TODAY By FULL LEASED WIBJ5 YUMA, THURSDAY, JUNK 25, 1930 Gleanings By the Publisher K. _ _____ A CAItUMI) OK KVKS "Men, as I came into tliis room a bit ajfo 1 saw one of your mine curs .sluing out there; a" big live- Ion car. Since I have been in hort and have observed you men and taken account of the eye injuries you have suffered. 1 made a roueli estimate and I doubt if thai big- livv-lon car out there would hold I all eyes lost in your industry, the mining industry, in the United States curing the pasl Some few ago I heard ;J 'uuivau of mines otfieial make I that statement to ii group of scv-! cral hundred coal miners. j ------u------ I The great room was filled with' miners and many in Ihe gioup prcscnU'd mute testimony of the of their occupation. o..... Sonic were on crulelie.s; others were wearing patches over injur- ed, or lost. eyes. NO CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT PLANS! OUIZ JAPANESE GIRL Kitted, 3 Hurt in CrasAjTENTATIVE DRAFT OF IN PLOT TO STEAL II. S. NAVY SECRETS I OS ANGELAS, June 25 agents an- nounced they have questioned and are keeping un- der close surveillance today a beautiful Japanese'girl j friend of Harry Thompson, former U. S. navy petty l officur, who is under indictment along- with a lieuten- The close observer have, f-c.-n nd.sxing lingers and thumbs, i Or jagged hluisi, scars afternooi Imperial J: spionage charges. !f The g'ii'l, agents said, was questioned after! Ihompson and Lieutenant-Commander Toshio Miv--' azaki were indicted by a federal fcnind jury here and I ini-' IjuTOiu" wlllcllC'fl Ulllil llUl' Stol'.V is checked. AjfClltS i-v .1 Ix-lifvcrl that a woman may have had sonn- pa'rt was .straiiyeiy 'i nr illu.-tm- tno asuerteil ring's lion he luui .....i iviticn in filching -unnery .fchetl- a.s it wa.s. hin, .slnick [-ilrs. fleel niovcinenl report.-; niul lioine. 'i l.'.jsi! men, hardened min-, oilier informal inn from Ihe Han IM all. were a carload j Pedro anil j of vye.s. And UK- mi.scry and With Miyaxaki unlo rated and! icriiiK oi' time- and mon-1 hclii'v.'d to have relumed to Jap- vy u-pi-u.-ieiilfil. federal a.....H.-i nnnoum-ed ihoy! -subjiueimriiK reeordn of Ihe AUTO CRASH INJURIES ARE FATAL TO GIRL I think ol' that a.s IMHII til uf; Yokohama Snecii- hank in San July time approar ne.s. I feni lor j u-lu-re tin; oKieer had I the youth of in i.s eoinnmnity. I i an neconnl from he sent win "I l'i JUM WMl" an-nrdlnp to. InjurioK .1 'U1 )C ILM1'- ,_ 'lhl' imliH'nrnl. tllc, in w, IdlMSftS i HIS Barber Laughs As Hop; Slumps In Witness Chair LOS ANGRLKS. .Inn.- DEMO PLATFORM IS COMPLETED BY COM. By JOE ALEX MORRIS United Press Staff Correspimdenl Copyright 1930 By United Press PHILADELPHIA, June 25 Democratic I platform sub-committee completed work today i a word tentative draft of the party pledges 1 t' ll Cll 1 i T 1 I 1 11 11 i-lii-f-i i-i 1 4 f, ,......._____1 _P _ i Fred .S. -SuniiHT, -I j-year-old U. i I S -rvifo atiilioiHMl 'hero for .several years, wan fatally injured shortly after' noon today when his scum ear! :unl a la i HO Union Oil com puny: truck driven by C .K. Ponder of Yuma collided tu-Hdon near Hprin-j Ki'i'-s .-ci vice .-tatimi. in miles weal! of here cm U. s. Highway SO. He iliei. a lew minuie.s after buini.' hnm.'JH lo ihe Viuna (ji-neral without including a definite proposal for 'constilii- wife murder trial Kob-jUonal amendment Jcti t11- L of tl10 ot_lht' ''L'sokiUons subcommittee conference at 2'..i'.> V. M. and said that the group's work H. Hope, contend ae. compi -i slnnd while tk'Hcribing how they (lOHG. had forced a bare leg of .fames'! beautitnl young bride into a box J Jl O rontainitif; a huzzing raltleisiiahe. R K ......-iflvll .James, ihe debonair much mar- i .'d barber, lnuuhed an I -j._ ..v. i.. CM in :t i v (ii ii ii" r i 1 in pital in thb O. C. Johnson tonight at II San Curios. Other-, ivlm will mini's danghte, installed are: l-'irsl vice presiiii-nt, in Hie run- soul ot Ihc. William -.econil vice.prrs- hcr fi--.it-urn sustained a nactnred sknll ideal, Nee, wen- and was not expected to live. His .J. C. l-'r I've heard that pinvdvr hums I warrants uiH, ball sel a. Sh di.-.l at In the lavorue starlmj; point of Jio.ulll. for Ihe lu-o men ma I ss llorothy Danxcll.j ICONTIMJLD ON Vll-: _....... din-dor.-, Alfred .Morgan, .on and .1. C. llamhh his laughter rang through I h e said; "Thr pJatfunu as LunluLivcly .Inen not specifically rec- oiuiin'.nd H coii.siituliimal u'nioiul- iiH-ni, hut. H eonl.'iitis a paragrapli ixf.'iiiii- to the and situaliui; uliid] had prupusal.s lor :is aiucnilinr.rit. "Hun paragraph i.s uuuchod in tt-rni.s. pstiinntp.l llu- tin.1 plati'onn at li.OOU won i.s- t. ine won I-'e coin I room. .of the platl'orm at words DiK-lors wcie calicd In admin- I'l lUKXIX. Ariz., .him' M IU.B "aliuiit lid minnles reading- isler restoratives to Hope. i Arizona's II couniie; were ask- time." He said that it u-as a In Midst of Testimony j ed today to contribute S100.000 to- "tentative" dnifl and would ho. -eh.. i i, of ilidigenls dllriinr open to amendment when nrosenl- Am. il' theie i.s a more in death than tetanus it is alone. Thompson. win) served I cruise with Ihe navy, slole 0 i schedule of employment of t; I'aients. iileiisc. holore turning, naval vessels from tin- f's u your and .girls hio.-e with Uroolih at San -tnd'loi-i fireworks to do will, as ll.ey please papers bullel in hoard ol i nnsnpervlsed and icn.n-anl of ol danger, give it a Ilioujjht. A'I'IKn'si. a and inf; away with il. injmie-. and Imcio and hac'n. Orsini. wllo was also injured in the clash, wa.s talu-i The "hardnoiled" lornn-r Bailor........ n, MIMVIUIIIIC-IH wnen present- 'iwas in the midst of sensational Ul1', .V1'ar IwulnnlllB July 1. ed lo tile full committee on res- it, .stimony when lie could no lone- ,A1 "lcl 't was indi- olntions at the convention hall an ler continue. He had ili-serilieil H1'1'-'1 lioard'n soon alter :i M. as Mary strapped lo a lh.IK will he fought Ijll-1 sihle. ''.V -M-iricopa county, which Chairman Itoljcrt K. Wacner of would he required to furnish New Vorli. was confident the .k-UIIUil! IU VlinHIUU to furnish S37.- New confident the HP ftlTW nminTrill ITIinr milled tin. Wle of a ralUer in under Ihc proposal. The Miirl- platform could he put hefore tin: OF CITY DuuBTFUL; SIGNATURE the .More dangerous still pi actKo of hack dtu. I've known tliem to lie doi- inant for Iwo or thteo in i nut en after having been liplUi-U. Ami' llu-M suddenly COLMAN NAMED HEAD OF ELKS II. K. Colman was e.leeted e.xalt- inlet of the Viima Mks la.Mt to nil the unex- If ihe rounder has it In his. hand tryiim lo reliant it. it may r nican another ryt- lo he piled on', rolman DIES OF HEAT .i.  Jr- appolnt- u- i _ niiMjt adniinJKl raior of tin ns un- eiinnnt be held it' il r, j signed. I.it'spitc thi.s in format ion. small truck Xow Ihe depart-! ft is a oaid Kronp and .'o.ne I ?30.0UO III equipmenl belong lo wh" llioi: last March S. AUTO, BURNED' Tu" eandldnu-s w (obert K. Ma'.iery and Tliomas T. H. H. rolman. city ntioriiey 'J'lie city now must maintain an planning a .saie and ir leenum ut-ei. 'mi uni i -n.-n me proposal TO inque.s Sl ,a.x lilniialion city hall ami pool and" o, he, rvj-V 1 lllljlv n 1 A. I maxiniiini of SI on .are exoenscs now nol ilri-n-i-d of: y bl' 'I'lii- liu >-lin. So far as conl.l He this! conU-asted vividlv the' 1 ,ir from a .short l ln in while A. Pnlilt hnd lo the last U. A po ilion of minor oh.server has lieen added lo the local'U. R. U'ca- er liJnrean .station, il nonnccd today hy .Iain.-s in The po-' aition. he aiiid. i.s open lo a lu-h .school jjradnate not more than 20 yeais old. Unlics will consist of s.'neral office work, wilh a chance ]iromotion in the .service. The i salary ssfi jier month. And dealli's. o And ri.'JiJ eye injuries. o And TiT cases of hlindnivs. o It's worse than dynamite ralt Icsnaiics comhincd. KACLKS TO HOLD MYIVICMIT1 ernellv. MarKarel Nix-1 1OAU.HI on Iln.-eli has filed a suit in the i superior court clerk's ofifcc ask- Imlialion will In- at Ihc j ins a divoi ce fioin .loseph Hi -ecli' KilKles lodKe ineetin- Innlfjlil, i Tncy wcie married in Viiinn i .V.-i-ii-liiry Fiank DelKado annonn- March II. lilSii. arcordin" to liic ceil. A conliiiK system lias hcnn; hill of romplainl. Plaintiff a.sU.- ni.slallei'. he said, and there will permission to re.snnu- her maiden a "feed." name, .Margaret Nixon. j Property is listed as' I.os Angeles ,.r P HO K.MX. Ariz.. 2f, leal estate valued al ruin J" J' hndi seal of' insurance, ,1111! XIT.J in hank Meivlianis aie to In th.. will, ti.slaloi iefl i I .-ir.d .Mr .Mann., nl.m. lo a carnival and field day of .-Venls [he liou-i Ice cieam and loolini; are lo he .served. Karl. :'ie lali-r Uvo namcdl ''''''am -.vill he -iveii hv execulois and Cieanieiy and soi.a water iy Soinhu-. -lein Ice and I'.ild Sli.ia.je ronipai'.v. .Min- i-Ms saici. i income iriiiu the properlv ;o his I .Msler .Minnie, and at ln-i- death! the plopeily JK [o ic divided man-1 .11111. share aliUe hif sislvi- Orace and Krwin and' relalivcs. Knneial arranKemenp- had not hi charier was adopted and at Hi. employes alone costs Ihe haltery of his car repaired. MAMAC IIANDIT sl.AI.V Cal.. ar, (UK an imidenlified maniac armed win, (Jranled To Killer, TWO .JAM.lTl) OX HACKAMKNTO. June L'fi 'UP'' LIQl'Oli OI1' INDIANS (onio t'ahl era. j'l. wh i ho left work at S a. in. ye.s- i 11 M. (.ID mi iiieiii n led i mil) iae a rin cd U'i i nilililiB of Iheir city, the the cily has to pay oil a a wns Bhol lo death'on -1' was M.mn.-l and Ivl Ij i.l more firemen, more on 
                            

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