Nevada State Journal, June 2, 1938

Nevada State Journal

June 02, 1938

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Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - June 2, 1938, Reno, Nevada Jhe Main Difference Between Your Girl And A Traffic Cop Is That A Cop Means It When He Says I _.. __ .._ _ _ ._ ____________ NEVADA, The One Sound State GOOD MORNING The Weather Today Will Fair Yesterday: High ..82 Low 45 Full Details on Pago VOL LXVII. NO. 205. ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER 23, 1S70 RENO, NEVADA, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1938 MEMBER OF THBS UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS 12 Pages Today MONTANA MAY __ -Men Question 2 Is He Dead Or Alive? Posses Seek This Lad GOOD MORNING Rail Men Dress Up Calendar Changes? Mud Slinging Skiier Goes South By JACK RUTLEDGE UAM.KOAn WORKERS p.'tiemg up these days. t ARK, FATHER, SON l ARE HELD IN CASHKDNAP Posse of 3500 Formed To Aid in Search For Boy PRINCETON7, Fla, June be outdone by the sleek Federal Bureau of Investi- they service, mvm- fjation agents, acting swiitly after iif th( varied maintenance crafts at Southern Pacific ter- nnna1-; have added a new and j questioning a father and son Wcd- M't-ac'.ive ncrte to railroading by nesday night in connection with remaining in the background for 72 hours, were icported to be J mjteh, and each car- .gnatmg the craft The lies a name d mysterious destinations an-1 reported arrests of suspects. Reports, for which there was no official confirmation, said at least seven men were being ques- tioned tonight by federal agents Th opposing it, is stalemated in the house interstate commerce committee and Chairman Clarence F. Lea, D., Calif., said Wednesday night that there is no chance for action this session. "We are simply loaded to the gunwales with work and can not get to Lea told the United their properties will cease. AMERICAN TRADE LOSES AS JAPAN ATTACKS SHANGHAI, Thursday, June 2. (J.R) American interests i n China suffered additional losses today as seven Japanese armies struck farther westward along the Lung-Hai railway in their drive on China's provisional capital in Hankow. Press. "We may try to do some-1 An American vessel was pi- thing about it next year." Neely was enraged when he learned of the bill's fate. He favorable for cattle and sheep on barely succeeded in squeezing ranges and pastures and for gen-1 the measure through the senate, eral farming activity. j and he said tonight that he would The continued above -normal renew his fight at the next ses- temperatures for this district ap- parently was having little effect on the flow of the Truckee River. Lewis Will Oppose Tydings for Senate WASHINGTON, June The prhtical career of another anti-New Deal Democrat was jeop- ardized Wednesday night when Rep. David J. Lewis, son of a Welsh coal miner, announced he will oppose Sen. Millard E. Tyd- ings, foe of administration re- forms, in the Maryland primary in September. Lewis, who has been a ito per cent supporter of the New Deal and who for years has been iden- tified with liberal legislation, said (he continued bombardment of he would make a further state- loyalist civilian populations. ment later. NevadansAre Winners In Stakes; One Sells Interest In Ticket; Regardless of the outcome of the Irish Sweepstakes, two western Nevada residents are considerably the richer right now. Kathleen McCourt, young Vir- ginia City girl, holds a ticket on Blandestar, and is reported to have received for a half share in the valuable ducat She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mickey McCourt. She re- ceived word of the drawing last week. A consolation prize, which Is more than a consolation to its receiver, was carried off by J. Whit Taylor, assistant manager of the Sears-Roebuck company Reno store. Taylor is "con- soled" by sion and would be prepared to rated at the mouth of the Yangtse river near Shanghai, more Am- e r i c a n missionary institutions were bombed by the Japanese air force, and American trade in large areas of north China was virtually suspended because of devastation of the countryside by "show the kind of lobbying ex-itne contending Chinese and Jap- ercised by the movie trust." anese forces. Deadline Nearing McKay-Graham Case Set for June 10 Carville made ment following Unless defense attorneys per- fect an appeal and are ready for argument before the U. S. circuit court June 10, William Graham and James McKay, convicted of mail fraud charges, may be com- pelled to begin serving jail terms after that date, it was announced by U. S. District Attorney E. P. Carville Wednesday night. the announce- communicaticm with Assistant U. S. Attorney Maloney of New York, who han- dled the prosecution in the third trial of the two Reno men. According to the attorney, Gra- ham and McKay were released on bond of March 29 by Judge Martin T. Manton with the understanding their appeal would be ready for argument by June 10. Maloney said that briefs had not been filed by defense counsel Wednesday when the hearing date was scheduled to come be- fore the court. He said that the government is ready for the hear- ing to begin. Defendants Arrested For Perjury Attempt LONDON, Ky., June A deputy United States marshal clapped hands oh two defendants in the Harlan coal conspiracy case as they entered court Wednesday and arrested them on a charge of attempting to perjury into the trial record. Earlier a third man, not con- nected with this case, was ar- rested on a similar charge. Those developments came in the third week of the government's trial of IP Harlan county coal corporations and 44 individuals on charges of conspiring to invoke a reign of terror in Harlan county to defeat organization efforts of the United Mine Workers of America. French Rush To Scene of Clashes PARIS, June that French troops and armored cars have occupied Syrian city of Antioch to quell clashes be- tween Turks and Arabs brought Franco-Turkish relations 'M an acute stage Wednesday night, al- most on the eve of a League of Nations plebiscite in the Alexan- dretta region, Attention to the fact that Ne- vada stockmen must file appli- cations for grazing licenses or permits before June 28, if they intend to use "land dependent by priority" as base property for the request, was called Wednes- day by L. R. Brooks, regional grazier.' The revised set of rules in the Taylor .Grazing Act for admini- stration of grazing districts pro- vides several new definitions for sections of the Act, and points out that: "Land dependent by use (pri ority) means forage land which was used in in {he same part of the public domain, which part is now federal range, for any three years or for any two con- secutive years in the five-year period immediately preceding June 28, 1934, and which is of- fered as base property in an ap- plication for a grazing license or a permit filed before June 28, 1938." In interpretation of this rulo it is pointed out that land will be considered dependent by use only to the extent of. that part of it necessary to maintain the average number of livestock grazed on the public domain in connection with it for any three years or for any two consecutive years, whichever is the more fa- vorable to the applicant, during the five-year period immediately preceding June 28, 1934. Brooks says he will receive ap- plications for grazing licenses up to June 28 not only from the own- ers and lessees of land and water, but also applications be- half of such owners or lessees by anyone claiming an interest in the land or water. "This Brooks ex- plained Wednesday, "mortgagees including receivers and liquidat- ors in foreclosure actions, lienors, tenants in common, contractors and others." Brooks announced that such re- ceipt of such applications is suffi- cient to entitle the land and water to a classification and rating even though the applicant may not at this time be the owner of live- stock. RENO GUN IS FATALWEAPON Meredith Death Pistol Is Found Here Ballistics tests of a .380 caliber automatic pistol recovered in a win re he was pawnshop bore "proved beyond ;i BROTHER HELD IN MURDER OF MAN AND WIFE lyse Tear Gas to Drive Killer From His Home TMHKK KOifKS 1 Augu t V of Tlilee- Purks. ,md Ins were si.mi Wedni mjjlit M Ihe fionl cil tlu n hmiie heie Autlxn ilirs ivlt nliluHl (he ir as John .rm nf i Ihe m.ivor. who. t'liy s.iul. lieeoille temporai'iK dil.inued j The b.irru.idid IIIIIIM T MI the und JH kill Heap said. "W Jired tests from five or six .380 caliber guns pawned since tin- slaying date and sent uh of then to Salt Lake- City. We then made with microscope on bullets fired from this Run We tested both the firing pin un-i dt'Pbt.v sheriffs aliempteel lo rusli the bullet. They matched per- fectly." Police Captain E. A. Hedman of Salt Lake City said that the weapon was pawned by ;i man the cabin ond force Kunze's sur- render. Holds Out An Hour had barricaded all doors tentatively identified as John W. and .t v, as not un- DeerinE. 37-year-old from California. I "Deering is the man wc'n- Captain Hedman declared.! "and when we have him, we'll have the solution to the Mere- dith slaying" Hague on Spot Solon Takes Problem To Roosevelt t'X-convict tnan an hour Liter thai Kunre from llic riibin eini-eoninou'- uilll vs nearlv closed frinii Thr ninili had run from the :it I fnM .vli'i! Ni.nlv pro- lrat( cutlld ni ike no ,'ulicl lit comment about Ihe kill.iiKs. rrynn r I