Twin Falls Idaho Evening Times, August 4, 1936

Twin Falls Idaho Evening Times

August 04, 1936

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Twin Falls Idaho Evening Times (Newspaper) - August 4, 1936, Twin Falls, Idaho JVeatKer Forecast Fair tonight and Wednesday lit tle change In terdays high 88 lew 56vyLow this morning TWIN A Regional Newspaper Serving Six Irrigated Counties in Idaho TODAYS TOD A Y V CENTS Pull 8 Hour Lonsed Wire Tele craphlo Service of theUnlted TWIN 1936 Member of Audit Bureau of Circulation OFFICIAL COUNTY Wallace and Ickes Selected As Democratic Spokesmen In Coming Battle SUPPORT SOUGHT Secretly of Agriculture To Concentrate Largely On Farm Problems By LYLE WILSQN 4 Two former Republican members of the New Deal cabinet have been assigned the jobs of dissecting A if Landons agricultural policies and challenging his right to raise the progressive standard over his presidential Secretary ftf Agriculture Henry and Secretary of In terior Harold Ickes will cqm mand New Deal troops on those campaign supported by President Assails Landon v Jckes opened on Landon last night with a reply to his ac ceptance charging the Kansan is no progressive but is linked with Wall street New Deal strategy calls for f requant Ickes attacks on The secretary has been Ickes Hits Landons Stand on Civil Service a Secretary of Interior Answers Governors Acceptance Speech in Vitriolic Radio Address 4 of Interior Harold Ickea charged in a vitriolic radio speech that the pacts advocated by Alf M Landon in his Republican presidential acceptance address were characterized by the Kansas governor 18 months ago as about the deadesthorse Ickes made the charge in a fivepoint answer last night to Federal Board Grants Larg Sum for Blind And Children and favorably known to midwest progressives for 20 he was one of the Hiram Johri sohfOrPresldent In the 1932 campaign an plugged the Roosevelt ticket in the farm belt and Jokes organized the Roosevelt midwest progressive Republican Three Point Program will concentrate large ly on agriculture and what shall be done about inthis But Ickes has three major 1936 Challenging Landons Defending and explaining Appealing toNegroes for New Deal As principal progressive Repub Continued onPage Coluipn 3 4 The federal social security boar today granted to Marj Ne Nebrask Idaho and New Mexico as the gov ernments share of public assis ance expenditures during the thre months July The grants included for for for for blind needj childrer for for for New for 16 for blind for children Balloting Holds Spotlight In Newell Paige Sherman Pu Td Death for Murder of Young Wife 4 Paige former choir sing er was electro cuted today for murdering hi yqung wife for the love of a 17 yearold The Esther who s at trial that she never marryjog worked her regula hours at a factory yesterday am Spent theevening at the home o anaunt in She did not sign a petition foi clemency that 51 others of the factory James workers sent to Gov entered the execution One minute later esecutioner Robert Elliott whd serves six pulled his At two guards lifted Shermans 240pound bulk from the chair and carried it t Voices No Comment He to death with no com ment tifton his At hia trial he repudiated a confession in which he had said that on a night a year ago he intentionally over turned a canoeon Lake Sirigletary pushed his much smaller wife un der and left her to drown while swam to shore and re ported an He did he said in the confes because his wife suspected the extent of his infatuation for Magill and threatened to Cause and he wished to unarry the younger They had two young children who5 now live with their grand Prince Juan Joins Spains Rebel Army 4 ttE aon of former King Alfonso of accompanied by the Infante Jose Eugenio have arrived at and joined the rebel army as according to a dispatch to the newapaper Seculos The to the Lisbon pap er from Salamancasaid that Prince Juan and the infante tra velled incognito from Navarre to Burgos and donned Fascist uni forms immediately on their ar Woodruff Wins OHYMPIC 4 Britains atranglehold on the Olympic 800 meter title apaa broken today by Johmiy Woonrufit ofr the United He was the first American towin it since TettMeredith in United Three Missour and primaries to day that were preludes thi falls general warfare on all poli tical None had direct bear ing on national Greatest Interest centered 01 Republican and Democratic pri maries in home state o Alf Republican presidential to chops party candidates for state ani congressional Democrats hoped to poll i greater total of votes in their pri miary than the Republicans do in Such a result would bejsub to varying The Republicans had HtMmtstand contests to bring OMt tKei votes whereaavthe Democratic places on this fall1 ballot were disputed In voters a fight on the Pendergast Democra tic organization carried on b Candidates for the Republican and Democratic gubernatorial nomina The Pendergast candidate for the Democratic nomination was nevertheless a heavy favorite Congressional nominations also were settled by the votersr The Virginia primary was thai of the Democratic party state and congressional Sen Carter Glass was unopposed for the senatorial Logan Leading In Kentucky Primary 4 OB Marvel Democratic seeking held a lead over his chief former as polls workers egan counting the last untallted ballots Returns from out of gave Logan Beckham i DIVE 4 Brown dived from a win dow when his ciguret set his chair Arousing suddenly from a he apparently didnt remember he had moved from the first floor to the sec ond He was treated at a LIQUOR Augr A John grandnephew of Wild Bill hardTiding desperado of fwmtter returned from China to pay hla Standmg at th6 frontiersmans young Iflckok opined that Wild Bill would have pre ferred wWsftey to And ha a bottle on the Landons acceptance speech in which he attacked the Re publican nominees position on civil dictator ship and state Citing Landons statement that the state compact legislative method was provided by the amazing foresight of the makers of the Ickes recall ed a letter written by Landon to Wirt oil in Claims Long Agitated The compact between states Ickes quoted Landon as has been agitated ever since Hoover submitted it to the Colorado Springs conference and it is about the deadest horse I know if there is any possibility oJ one dead horse being deader than Ickes discussed Landons views on oil regulation in com paring them with those presented by the Republican candidate since As a practical said Governor Landon is now opposed to governmental reg ulation and but as a prac tical oil man the record shows that he has not only been in favor of such regulation and control but even of the fixing of minimum Hurls Claims Ickes contended that Landon had been start a strong spokesman federal reg ulation and control of the oil in Attacking Landons civil serv ica said that in spite of ths Kansan9 strong de Cohtinued on Page Column 7 Where Turmoil SeetJies Rebels Surrendered Loyalists Repelled Rebel Advance Here Ship Here for Madrid Refugees Hundreds Died Here as Rebels Neared Malaga Warships Block Landing of Rebel While the rQuincy hovered near Alicante and Valencia to take off refugees from the northern rebel army that sought to take the Spanish capital was resisted by loyalists in the nearby Guadarrama on this Already in control of much of western Spain the shaded area in the insurgents were balked In their attempt to seize Madrid when troops from the south failed to While loyalist attacks on Zaragoza and Seville seemed hundreds died as rebels sought to capture and prevent government ships from blocking influx of rebel reenforcements from Spariish Spanish Warfare Brings Perilous New Threat Of j International Conflict EUROPEAN CAPITALS HURL UGLY CHARGES Slayer May Cheat Death On GaSlows Roosevelt Schedules Yigorous Committee Named to Find Transportation for Trip to Boise Appointment of a committee to arrange conveyance for Twin Falls county Republicans who wish to greet John RepubU Spanish Divorcee Attempt Suicide to Punish Man Who Insulted Her SAN 4 Soledade Bustamente comely young Spanish divorcee old alarmed relatives and investl jating police today that she in ended to starve herself to death o vindicate her honor assertedly jesmirched by a former navy offi Her Blanche reported Busta mente not only had refused to eai since Friday but had taken a num er of poison Friday night apparently in a suicide She was Toomey by emergency Attended Party According to Bustamentes a man She had known In Nicaragua attended a party to which she was invited 3uring the course of the evening hfe told he insulted her be the assembled Her she challenged lira to fight but he refused to eave the VHe will not she was uoted by so I have de ilded to die to punish him and to indicate my Toomey summoned officers arrest but they were unable to swear out a warrant be ause criminal grounds were lack DROUTH RELIEF PLANS 4 government broad ened its drouth relief program to ay to Include cattle purchases in ricken areas the leaders of the lemocratic party moved to trengthen New Deal political orces in the farm High Democratic national com mittee officials plan formation of Roosevelt Agriculture ommittee to counteract Republi an farmbelt attacks on ad ministrations reciprocal tariff reaty While no official announcement as been made it is understood William for 13 years ead of the Farmers ia a leading candidate to ead the group when it gets un er national his arriva in Boise baa been an nounced by Fef1 Hansett county chairman Members of the committee which Will help bring together per sons expecting to make the Boise trig will have room for more passengers and those who want to gO blit have no means of con are Twin chairman Al Zimmerman Twin Falls Fred Buhl Filer Harry Expected Thursday The national vfcho is making a plane trip over 15 states in 14 days is Jexpected to arrive in Boise Thursday at address an audience on the public school field there at v IJfriday morning he meet with Idaho Republican cluding county chairmenand pre cinct to outline the campaign as it affects A of bands and a pa rade of the participating delega tions will be a feature of the Pettygrove was President Scores Linking Politics And Human Misery HYDE Roosevelt in a formal statement today declared It is a great disservice to the proper ad Ministration of any government to ink up human misery with par tisan The chief executives observa tions were made at a press con ference in the spacious library Hyde park house when correspon dents pressed him for information on the drouth President Maps Tour Of Two Principal Drouth Sectors By FREDERICK STORMf United Press White Hoase Correspondent HYDE 4 President Roosevfelt mapped today part hepersonally will play in his fight for He was determined upon an aggressive to begin at The chief who took command of party activities on re turn from a seagoing was expected to carry his first Into the1 drouth regions of the west middle House attaches expected hini to start out early next week a visit not only to North and South Dakota and Minnesota as originally but to the corn belt where a burning sun is laving waste id acjres of Up Schedule Arrangements wera him to head the section late this month but it was understood Henry secretary of ag and Chester for mer AAA administrator pre vailed upfrn him to step up the Friends Insisted such a visit be without political On his return he probably will tour the flood regions of Con western and northern southern New York 4 story of a Tennessee mountain family feud may save John Berryman from the Fol som prison gallows for the slay ing of John a Cali fornia turkey The Judge Har president of the state par don told Frank was resumed when Berryman met Grant in the flat lands of Californias Judge Harvey recommended a complete investigation and a postponement of the a Tennessee war was convicted of kill ing the prosecution charging that robbery was the Berryman said the two went for a ride after a drinking bout and Grant fell from the He didnt know Grant was dead until he was charged with his Harvey said Berryman told the story of the feud when he appeared before the The judge said that if Berrymans atory could be it would provide grounds for commuta tion of the death By RALPH HEEVZEN United Press Staff Correspondent United Press 4 complications of ial danger to European peace multiplied today because oj charges wrc exchanged among Mie capitals of tha I li sources often used by governments themselves las I There were increasingly frc references to I1 lit1 port on the Moroccan coast1 to which Jcrmany tok en gunboat in as a warn to France against encroach incident that might have advanced the date of the World war three Summary Shows Perils National Guardsmen Preserve Order Following North Idaho Disturbances and the Ohio river It was asserted thaf these plans Were Major Swing Slated September is reserved by Roosevelt for the start of a major swing that probably will take him o the west coastand into a num aer of focal points of politicalim believed he might In a large measure retrace the course of his victorious march in At that time he in To Salt Lake San Los the home of Sen George cbntinued on Page Column 5 Dern Stricken 4 Secretary of War Dern was under lie care of physicians at Walter teed hospital today suffering from iomplications that followed ack of influenza At the war de partment it was said he spent a 4 Martial rule4 striketorn white pine lumber with na tional guardsmen called by Ben Ross patrolling the scene of a violent clash between pickets and workmen in which five men shot and three The troops were requested by by Sheriff Joel of Qlear water who told the gover nor groups were flaunting au thority Of the which he was unable to He asked for a force sufficient to repel the in The victims of Sunday nights battle were in serious condition Most otf them were B arms and Three were beaten with iron authorities said strike breakers fired into the pickets as they approached the Fremult 40 miles east of Tn6 clash climaKed a months walkbut of lumber The under command of G adjutant general of did not carry tear gas or machine VETERANS PICK FOUR OFFICERS Appointment of four department officers for the state organization Of the Disabled American of the World war was announced here today by com who returned the first of the week from a vacationtrip with his family n the Sawtooth coun try and as far as Salmon William Twin is to be Vernon Twin is to be treas urer of Jack Mus Boise was named judge and Harry Elective officers were chosen at the department convention in Po catello several t EPIDEMIC OF BRAIN FEVER RAVAGES LIVESTOCK HERDS The calling of a veterinary as soon aa Symptoms of brain fever appear among horses Is urged by who re port that within the last two weeks 100 cases of the disease have been reported coun ty and that it constitutes a se rious Vaccination by a reliable vet baa also proved suc although horses do not develop Immunity until two or three thevacclne has been tag to Harvey county extension x Outlook Not Good Although it is impossible to tell how serious the outbreak of the technically known as willbe or will lie fo Twin county is not con slderingthe number of caaea and the territory over which it is Hale General symptoms of the dis ease are high initial fever with a temperature of 104 to 107 de lips pendulous and twitching at marked loss of weight hi one motor hang ing of the resting against thrashing the and sensory Duration Given The acute course of the dis ease Is from two to four Animals surviving frequently suffer permanent disability auch as motor lack of blindness or become permanent Mortality runs around 40 per cent whereproper attention is diseased horse and higher without the care of a good The disease makes its inroads in hot weather and disappears with the corning of cool It is aupposed to be carried by in especially a certain type of mosquito which is not prev alent inthis Develop Immunity The disease seemsto bring one or twb of bad infes tation to a particular after which horses seem to de velop immunity to Like any other contagious dfaeaaeritjnay affect every only on or or none at even though all have been Vaccina tion for the disease should be considered as any other kind of as there ia no certainty thai that any large percentage of the will getthe that it willstrike any certain Leaving aside the ambitions and fears of statesmen on the Fascist and antiFasoist side as Spanish Fascists and antiFascists fight for the danger of the situa tion may be shown by the follow ing summary of todays develop ments Paris newspaper Echo de Paris charged that the German pocket battleship ac companied by a prevent ed a loyalist warship bombardment of rebel forts by steaming into Cueta as the loyal ships were about to open Paris newspaper Oeuvre asserted that letters from Milan to Italian exiles In Paris said 36 var nishers of the Breda airplane fac tory worked uuly 26 and 27 paint ing out insignia of 12 bombing airplanes which left at July 27 for Sardina and that 18 bombersleft for other air French information is that bombing planes of Italian type seen over Morocco were from Sar Foreign United Press oorrespon dent at French Moroc heard reports from Spanish that the rebel ordered 20 planes of Italian an German 4 The Socialist newspaper Populaire here charged that the acrobatic pilot Michel de Troyat director of the Breuguet airplane was recruiting aviators for the nationalist newspaper Jour unfriendly ta the gov hinted that four French civil planes which it said were sent to Madrid to evacuate ref ugees might hav been sent real ly to aid the Spanish Makes Suggestion French Social ist urged the Spanish gov ernment to charge Italy League of Nations with Violating Continued on Page COIumti 1 Government Soldiers Frustrate Attempt to Cut Off Madrid from Sea United Press 4 Att audacious rebel attempt to seiza Valencia and cut Madrid off from 1 Todays Games AMERICAN LEAGUE By United Press Chicago Louis Lyons and Sewell Thomas and Detroit Brown and Becker Bridges and Philadelphia 5 Washington 2 Rhodes and Sabo Weav Cascarella New t 0 Boston 291 Ruffing Wilson Boston 000 1 Chaplin and Lopez mons and Brooklyn 0024 iladelghte500 and Phelps John and 3 Winford and Davis and R 000 GET 4 French propoeal the day to Tatter BenitbMT the sea was disclosed coin cidently with forceful gov ernment to combat tha A daring group of army officers tried to seize control of the Valencia Serious Consequences Had they they might have doomed the government to on the Is at the other end of the railway jugular vein from the capital to Its loss could have proved The Valencia revolt was quick ly it was and the loyalists retain firm con Three government decrees promulgated this They the government ijo take provisionaj control of four great railway lines v serving all Spain except the Sar of interior to establish a national motor transport corporation to as sume charge of the distribution and control of all motor transport in the 3rCreated volunteer army recruited from the present workers of men between 20 30 years of The men recruited will serve throughput the Of two t UTAH BATAL Officers and Men From Infantry Unit Arrange Extended Tour Twin Falls is to be vteited day and 17 by 135 officers and men of crack S8th it was assured here folowing a visit by Bacon conferred with of Falls American L At a meeting of the Twin 3 Junior Chamber of Com rectors and Voy Hudson were committee to cooperate ramgejnents for which drills and c sarades during a S1 A free street dance proposed Idaho on Itlnen The men are i two Boise before Arrangementa Completed ;