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Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1936, Yuma, Arizona Today's News TODAY WI1ILIC IT IS NEWS THE YUMA DAILY SUN And THE YUMA ARIZONA SENTINEL Today's News TODAY By FULL LEASED WIRE Volume YUMA, AKtEONA. TUUKSDAY, JULY 16, The IGfi Gleanings Hy tho Publisher .MOKi; Heating so many people Crum- ble about the weather recently re- in int..s me of something James Wlutcomb Kiley, own po- et laureate, once, wrulo about it. Not about hot weather, but i limy ------o------ And you people wlio have lony lived ihis eternal sunshine Tor-1 how utterly miserable, it can be when it raiiii; day ullcr day, for a whule wi.v.'k ami maybe a} I or ttu j; hi without a, ot the .sun. o i iiain und ilampnrsii and chjll and and despondency, o Times like that, back Kasl. are when peojili'. weary of life and escap-.- i'l OKI it by their own liundM. Giuw sick unto cleat h of living. o ATTEMPT MADE ON LIF OARP'S STAMPEDED BY FR. COUGHLIN FAMOUS RADIO PRIEST GOES AFTER ROOSEVELT, LANDON SWITCHES MEET TO tEMKE And Here's the 'Permanent' Vista at Boulder Dam WAVING GUN, ECCENTRIC TRIES TO APPROACH KING IN PARADE; OVERPOWERED; ED W. IS CAU By LYLB C. WILSON United Press Staff Correspondent Copyright 1930 by United Press jau bad; i.. Kiley. <--an'i 'juote PUBLIC HALL. Cleveland, July ii mi.i busy to look it! jug President Roosevelt as "tint and ridiculing IIP. but it KOCH someiiunc, like the RCpubliciin candidacy of Gov. Alf M. Landon and link- ing both with communism's Earl Browdcr, Father Charles E. Coughlin today stampeded the Townsenri pension plan National convention into informal endorsement of Rep. Wil- liam Lcmku. Union party candidate, for president of the United States. "No doubt in this asscm- j ftij nHT binge today, the perspiring j LH fl HLJ- priest shouted to the dele- UllnllUI" gates who fu.silladed cheers' CMTDV Tfl II 0 at him in shrill Lll I M I III Ul Ol "there are southern "r.'ilii! tin tu iuul .-nn.'ilain; it'r. just as to be h.'Vi'iy and rejoice. When Ood .'juris nut the w'-alher and i-ends nun, why my Kvii.cMlly II. irk V.'cller ninl .1. W. Hul'finaster w'ero thinking the same iliie, probably set In '.lUnxin- ilia! way by hearing so many tolks enss tilt1 weather. Th -v sit th.-ms, Ivi-.s down anil write a in abnuL it. A poem i, -al ha- merit. Tllry speak jobs Uloy H.'u'd'i of Dr. ans think more of their t of the prin- flu-.u I-.--, produce, the beau- ty of (he skv at at even- ing, at the mountains in tii'' distance. Colorado. Vuiiia's bei Ladies and gentlemen, you have then, here among you. Francisco FCI ra, a Mexican, wa.s picked up in Yuma by iimni- "lalinn oificrr.s- ar.d is in the county juil charged i L (.hive vear.s II was tlial a ,-aiiens of tune' to be eau.-ht solid South .IrU-ciiIcK lust lllKlH j apain by an olfieer who arrested nnaniinoil.'il.v aKived to oppose another time in Ind'.......' detaehed, foljlU-il I endors.-nient of any Ihird eandi.late imr l.enike. win. By CLIFFORD DAY United Press Staff Correspondent. Copyright 1930 by United Press LONDON, July middle-aged eccentric sprang at King I'Jclward VIII during a royal procession near j Buckingham place today, flourishing a revolver and ap- 1 parcntly making an attempt to assassinate the king. Bystanders and police pcunced on Liu: man and ovcr- powered him. I At Scotland Yard, the assailant gave his name as j George Andrew Mahon of London, and described himself i as a "journalist." He is partially crippled, middle-aged and bald. PnilKIOII UninC I The presented at buUNbll HULU5 wards indicating he is harm- I less. Mahon was rather inoo- j hcrcnt and denied any intcn- MumijLTK of tlie eity eonneil. i tiuU ur deailu tu htll't t il u He said he merely to "protest" but did what he desired to rry Colnian nriived in At Head Parade IYnir.il troiu Los Angeles just in The ineiilent occurred while the for the meeting. ill tlie uniform of tile jrrei.- _, Several important of 'I'linS 1'la I'olly Moran today delayed fllim; divon-n diaries afcain- lu-r hiisky Imsbaud, Mar- tin once a coast Inter- cham- pion who objectrd with lo Ijrinjf call.-d "M'r. bv visiunj; Klk.s and oUicetti. "The divorc.-. tor which .she ordered attorney.-, to prepare after Maloiu- waved a tfun at h'-r, would wait until Malone f.u-ed charges brought on by berating her and JL police'HJin, the. fiim comedienne said. torney (leneral Honir.r S. Cnm- j wholc-lK-artedly his hard-hitting bureau of im'es- :tiKatinn chieftain. On the other were the older but less-publiciznd sorrel service and the post office I depnrlnient In.spertion servieo. I believed the feud da tea back in several occasions during the past two years, when j secret service agents, and postal inspectors found themselves trail- ing the same persons as the Kit I. Several times secret .service and postal have privately ac- cused the FBI of "hofrfiinp the in mnkiiijr public nows concerning apprelirn.sion of notor- ious criminals. _ L tnoiv was tin; Pinaltwt contusion i flu- bid of the Daily Scotland vard it.clf was not .f 1 Jl Or M r wad accepted tor ihu -yactiv u-bnt inm.iMimi Portland Mayor Going to Stav Out of 7 uu- i some witnesses naitl Uic man Cal. Until It 'Comes Back Into Union' when Jii.s truck wns struck hy u Southern Pacific train, officials of TRAIN'S DK.LAYKn '.'J H1 -Two caixs of a Southern Pacific, railroad freight train were de- railed nt Oleum, IS miles west of elayed for ivfrc reported. hours. injurie.s Ariz.. July Hi Manslaujrhler churpes wen; on file today ike Acetic. GREAT PAGEANT HONORING ELKS' TONITE AT L, A.i LOS July llj (U.H) I Tin.' niniion to- iii.uht a ok'cli ical pa-' K'-anl boioro .sonu- 'JO.OOit tors at Mvmnrbii rnli-st-iim MS it.-i; cuiiiri 1m t ion to the T'Jnil anniiiil initiunal convention ul" tlie OnJ.T! ui Klks. j ot' tin1 jinpi'mit in-j Tiu -10 mounted anil' iiiaiThini; units, and a parade oi'l tiiilotiiobilL'.s film stars. I In in id it ion floats bave bci.-n en-1 tion.s of tlie country. Vc.sU-rday Mu: ;tii- joiiinnl park fur tho annual drill team ronle.st wliicli wan won by the SacJanit'iilo. Cal., stp.iaj. An Oaklar.dj Cnl., Icair. took second place ivhile pliUH1 went lo San Francisco finishei: i'our-; th and Huiiiingtun Park, Cal., i was fifih. I In Ihe Xnt innnl vitualistie learn .11 truck driver, as re- 1 coin petition. West. Palm suit of the hit-run rii-ath of .1. I-'la., I1'. OijdiMi, 01. former Saskatoon. HUNT SIX YEARS FOR CAUSE CITRUS GRANULATION; LEARN LOS .inly u> 'U.RJ anc. Ttirer convitrte.i rnttle nistlrrs. Janus K. Kie.'lelinch. 2-1. Clarcni-p Iotllt MiMiiird. 2't. tind Donald -1? '2.1, were tn serve from I tn 10 yi-ttrs in prison todav liy Frank M. Smith. place and a. .-fTjCOj Second place was won by e. Cal.. which iv-1 award while thiid! went to Lincoln, I MeAlesLer Okla.. tonm. id whiln to I'OKTLANH, On.-.. .July 10 Joseph K. Car- son had it in tho bonks todny Unit he won't visit Califor 'nia until (hat ''comes buck jntti the union.11 Moreover, he'.i afraid Ihiit Calit'oinla may d-.-mand of visitors. He'.s all lired up. is IWI- mayor, b-.-eausi.- orni.-i jmlice n-cently Mopped him at tin1 lo luolt fur hiiKs in car. .Write.; "HOT" So he. flatly declined at- tend a nu'ulfntf oi1 ;hc Calif- ornia league of cities. Tu Jtichard G ra v e H. secretary, San l-'ranci.vo. In- wrote; "I'll nut attend. Afy pnin-i- pal reason is this; It i- al- toiri'ih.M- tun diti'H-iilt in into your there is aboul California tha1 ift so highly snpt-riitr- t.) other state in tin- jn-.n, I httvc u.'inblf tn -h-i-'ivi-r "I went into t hr n-'i th-Tii tip nt" California a iVw ago; in :ny party wen- tw ia- the most inlnnaU1 women wear had Lo be ir. .spected at the California state line. "When Paliiornia c o m i-a back inio the union, (hen I'll try to there; othetwU.1. I'm afraid 1 wmdd have I" n passport and have il II V y til, It h threw a hriek-shaped which strucli tlie kind's horse in World Al'lcr cau.iinff tlie a.limul I ri-ai- sIlKhtly. Others tliOiiRht thai. tlie man's revolver knocked flylr.K Irorn his liiiuil when the rruwil attnekeil and hil tho i nnrsn opnoi: RT UUUU OUUIlt HI Win. I.inure, a< Unj: as Exalted Jtulrr in the n.P.O.K. ritualistic ears." Charlie Calls Us crowd and pnliep OM him instantly. Apparently ;i nmlo bystander jumped on him first, Kver.ing- Stnr report ed romantically ihiiL it WAS a -'uo- m.ui in who knocked tlu: iwoh-er riom hand. Ah Mahon I CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO) A NEW HEAT MARK MADE AT PHOENIX 11'1 I I'HOEMIX. Arix.. .July 16 (U.Ri Charlie called Ihe Sun I riioc-nix chalK-i-d nj> a' new luat in thi-ir ritual-j "you're all wet." j reuu reporied tin: temjifratinv: i-tie and 100 per cent for' about that article con- yesterday (.id not. drop below ippraraiin.'. The Yuma wa> ci-niinj; QnnplK-11 '.he city tin- hut- in ,-u-uial S'-ni iny having been the only ItepiibMc.an test. ni.yliL in it I Newark (.mio over t ruii aiul reign in "What a html i lov. 1'hil- lips of just a I'e-.v years ITharlie wanted to know. It seems that be was ;t licpul..- 07.OS j licati also. GO Days ill Co.'Jail lliis li'.iv v ur. at rriluiv v.'as lu 02 CHIEF VISITS CIIIKK MUCH, BUT CAUSE UNKNOWN I JOB AY'S SCORES Novelist's Brother Striken With Heat I Harry S. Connor, fire hit Paso, Texas, with his wile daughter nnd Mr. and nor .Ir.. slopjvd over in WIO i! i ARK :1 !ONSH) KRIN< TO ORI KN I Us peri mental station. Hr. HaLchi'lnr told Call for- nia irnii growers exchange board of direi-ton; yesterday that five are. devoting all or part of thtrir time to Kraiiulntion which de-scribed as the most scrinun j vesterday fur Angeles. Mr. Colman is attending the KDis con- venlion nnd Mrs. Colman will vis- it friends. The CVilmans fire he bleni eonfrontine; nco growers. Valencia iveyeil sprays, fertilisers anil other cnl- Inrai prai-tices, and have e.on- dni-leil .-xl.-nsive field anil labor- atory studies, but we are still faced with confliclinK exceptions to any ol.e caa.-...-." he said. Whitewash Helps tree variation is Kreal, with some trees jiroducinf: 'dry' fruit year niter year and others spasmodically from vein In yea arc in- R CO In Imperial A'iillev! "r; til I'l CKN'TKO C'll lulvimUfi' Chu'' Robinson and Mis. LU A Vl.iU. iSl ilu- iiinhor. sinekcii as rl II heat wave accompanwd by fever-; Tlu'.v iir'' HilMy nay leave- iiUiVi HOUS1-] Ni'lTTLI'; liKOlKil-iT TO fj VALLKV in' 'TAKES' LAND WHERE IT (JKTS HOLD K II iliiys nt tcinpi'i-iiiiiii'H" 'abovV! of ;ini1 win 1H. cunliinie.l twlay. fR" KO "n up 111- owt K II F.I Oorqi- nflor sp.-ndhi." liy HIM 01- 7 11! ll Hi'- "iKliI i" il iiospllnl IIOIT. wnn.nf fJcnvcr wh.Mv ll.' will vis.l lili-l lldO DUO DOll i) Alk'ii iiiul I'ytliilt; t'liilt, film pert and Hayes. R II K IDO mil (Kill 2 h 2 Ihreo inonlhs cnilai- iiiul visit 010 000 the Oriunt ami iiru fur llayworlh: Uiwcra I In- Lrip in ii week or no. If ni.-Ucv. tho trip will be cinnii' liril by Ol'. C. R. an.l Mrs. Eaiiin. arc IHIW In Lo.'i Ailfrcln.s wilh the Columns. 2 HOUND OVKR TO SUPERIOR COURT! eturn to his home in Im- i fiiv ul" lhit- ci'.v. toil.'iy with his condition! Robinson and Connor wei-o tw rciij.nn IT. their cars icliairs or. l pnn .1 I'm tliosc who desire Lheni i .TIT ren ennc-i-i i is only hall' way thru Uu: shorl i At the first concert a number nf people hoar the MiMuuncvment drove away :tl Hit- inlerni The program: 1. Alililary Ksnirl Scluiol Ille I. Dimn Main Stn-t V. S. field Artillery Njii'-ii. Irilennis'tidii, 0. The ItmMer Klein 7. The I'liauloin .Ml K. Spiril lit the Da.v Htne Danube Strauss Slar- and Slripi-s S I i'.w r. ray iiia.v ,11.; weed nf-re a bund.int. i.s i' sii-Hili'. h" a; tune. Tlie iM-.-d int'.i ;Jji ol these is Ii-ek of Mir la. k of or, .-ilr-M't pa i! o; land icntcl'S. 'I'liKs .sihialjiiM lo Yuma coun- j I'er.son.- famdiar wilh ;c.ih-h by the lac.U of Hi.M the .S. P i ar.d !lu- Uac'.s Morth ol tli.'H --ciosncss of I lie leal m''nace of was sofjii-; n.-t-d nrt tur'l'.er -lie i-i iiii.- n-iisaii'-i- II i.s a urav Kor !hc IM" ;ill cttp'-f leaved plant and when full t h" uni! noxion.s weed boan! t-at 11 !'_' to mi ncslly Hie of all blossom is a sky nine flow-! in of l.ttid V ".l, in and. and burn, all ML ,e. .July, proi.ucm-x rmind I nH 1 le I iH'ii' pi mi i: _ Hum au iluri month of .liny 'in- i.. j dinary ju-n. m" Ui- if'oy j in S11 mine ir.i-nn .it fi Mo !o i Tin-- pod lipms in Ihe ial'ei-' -nit. a t-. il' t-f .d i 'I'lii-l ui.url. cr ip nj' srcd tjiiili: 11' f'itupi-ialiiin Ictt. JiloTie, and it soon takes t'ulU We are Hie day.' i rowii.s out all dtune.stic av.- rl., i rafl ie represen! -seems to poison th-1 soil ;-o liiat I i: the i ,er won I'l jn s. P. railroad, I ho crop i.s stunted, if not the yeai'.1; a .sue- -poke i.ri.-ily. Homer 'iiiU effect can be "tli." club.! wherever the plant v ar- n-iiei mnsitirniiiun i In- i.c.-liniinary lurlvii leni'tfi of f. i i.-.'ju.v Itillnm HUH Hi. The plant rcnev, 1 the i out as well as frou It thiM'Ct'Or ;i and must Ix Mr. and Mis. Arthur I nf Die ..t Ki-hH, Mrn-i. M boy wecils; I.L :h and om- half', forming the an'Jnoxii.us Dr. C. A. Katon was in I trict of the Yuma ;mt ns y.-t ilieir tuil r I nninu.jilv to pei ,v.n :.n.i th-'.i- publication. I' J the work v itli of the beard's r.ext eontrlbiitlon. K. H Theiirnann Joe IX Tinrnntiiift
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