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Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1936, Yuma, Arizona Today's News TODAY WHILK IT IS NKWS THE YUMAIDAILY SUN And THE YUMA A R I ZONA SENTINEL Today's News TODAY Hv FULL LEASED WIBE rOLUMK YUMA, SKITKMUEIt 1986 The Gleanings By the Publisher It. 11. A11OUT COTTON vi'i-yoiK1 in Vuina rminty-is in- t'sU'il in wlicther he w.-j It or not; for cotton IB the mty's ifirgrst HirifUo crop. That Iji'inu truu. perhaps that lurtion of Prt'HidunL Kuusiy.'dL's N. speech un Sept. 0 which deals with ro'ton will found of in this local- ty. Ile.iv Id the excerpt: j o "May I thiil it is of j expiM-ienee on my uvvn j iirm that year.s beftnu1 I J ituuiguratcil I'rc.-.idL'nt I cjune j the coiiL-lusion that cotton, as j .sluucl then, wtia (j.sst'iitially a j eeuUitiVL' crop aiul that tin1 j Tinnier of cotton, Iji-cansc he had to about thy pi'Uv -'onlcl receive, conld never It'll lit- put the in the round wln-thcr he would make a profit by .v'liinj; his crop tor cent.s u pound yy broke by lulling his crop for ft rents a I'Oiind. "It IH n nit of history unrecuided that in the JAP-CHINA FIGHT LOOMS IN SHANGHAI TO IIKAI) LEGION LEFTISTS TURN TIDE BY LOOSING FLOOD WATER ON REBELS Tin- finbattlcd Madrid government, its annihilation Hircateiu-d by tlie advance of the Rightist revolutionaries towards Toledo, turned the tide in its favor at least tempor- arily today by unloosing the forces of nature against the attackers. Inferior in arms, trained men and ;iir forces, the ists executed a coup by opening the flood gales at the head- j waters of the Alberche river, inundating a large area and j us eimmiander cutting off the rebels to Lite west. of (lie American was IIH- The Jjoftisls followed up their advantage by a strong his only opponent Kleelion nf Harry Cnlrnery I a "c'uiiiM-n N 'i Kt-eretary of Agriculture' rebels were demoralized and had suffered heavily. pictured above Mrs I.m-pna h or Mnivh, 1 said nils attack from three directions. Madrid sources asserted the j oijj.-cuvc: aj been cnr by the fact of for hU crop II.-K run up I he scale and down Ihe scale and ain. In years his total that I.'I million bal, s c.vcr- Attaek llood appari'iitly aceoimtcd Tile colton lni. m Ihe ed lor a I !l -ncf ijl Ihe for (he 2'1 hours At Pomona Fair1 l.inciiln. Neb., 1111- fur preM.h-nt
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