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Clovis New Mexico Evening News-Journal (Newspaper) - June 30, 1932, Clovis, New Mexico CLOVIS NG MEXICO VOLUME NUMBER 78 NEW JUNE 1932 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Roosevelt Name Sways Convention Texas Senator Not For Repeal For Submission Ouily Should His State Favor It Author Of 18th Amendment Against Changing Vol stead Act Hoover Makes Economy Bill National Law June Senator coauthor of the 18th said today in a statement he would vote to submit a repeal amendment his party referendum in Tex asin July decided against Shoppards announcement was on the repeal plank adopted by his party last night Sheppurd made his announcement handing newspapermen a type written statomcnit without further It said he would vote to submit a repeal amendment to the people that he would oppose raitifi cation of the amendment by his Sheppard saidi he would oppose modification of the Volstead act as lone as the 18th amendment His statement follows I sftiall vote for the submission of the question of repeal unless the referendum in the democratic party primary in Texas on this subject in July results unfavorably to submis Another sofar as is that the pendency of the ing the question repeal must be limited to a definite number of years as was the case with the 18bh A Dry If tlio question of is sub mitted to the states I shall oppose repeal when my state takes up the matiter oE determining its While I Shall vote to I am op posed to I shall oppose any increase in the alcoholic content of beverage liq uors banned toy the Volstead act wlhile the 18th amendment is in ope ration because I regard such a meas ure as either a direct violation of bhe constitution or a destruction of In either case respect for my oath to support the consti tution impels me to take this long an advocate of re peal and was elated1 by the action the democratic conven As soon as the democrats come he I shall move to take bhe beer bill from the calendar and consider High Hopes for Beer It is a very good carefully considered by the provid ing for four per ceht wthich moots both party platforms because it will not require roturn of the sa Binghnin estimated that under the old beer tax of six dollars a barrel that still is in the statute his bill would raise of rev enue Bingham announced also that Vie would ask to take from the table his resolution calling for repeal of the 18th Iif Morris Shepipard is willing to vote if or BingJiam I might not have to wait until they got Around Millions To Be Saved In Government Outlay June President Hoover today signed into the muiih and battls scarrcdi national economy esti mated to save around in government In signing the the chief executive saidhe did so with lim ited He added the measure falls far the economies proposed by the He objected al so to the measures lack of authori zation for abolishing and consolidat ing 1 The Hoover imposes unnecessary hardships on government employesin minor mat ters of little consequence economic V a that of would be made to alleviate the difficulties and hard ships to employes upon whom the estimated saving is President Hoover was informed today hy congressional conferees oh the unemployment hill that tfhey not cwrsplete their agree ment until ifext As DemocratslBecome Wet Party Of Nation ad jdurnimeh U of by Satur Members of the conference com mittee told the president that even if they completed their tentative agreement today it could drafted until next not be Al Confident Of Nomination June de nial of a rumor that he intended Ito withdraw from the race for the nominntibn was cou iplcd today by Alfred Emmanuel Smith with the assertion I am not only going to but 1 am going to be Seek Reduction On Vet Interest TODAYS American League New York UOH 115 Boston 000 001 100 4104 MacFayden and Jorgens Hocner and Detroit OOP 01 Cleveland OQ1 20 Sorroll and HaywoHh larrcll and Chicago 000 Louis Frasier and Grubo Blaeholder and National Boston 000 108 New York 100 620 0111 Cantwoll Jhibbell Brooklyn 000 OJ2 022 041 9161 Shaute and Sukeforthj and Louis 102 020 101 112 HaiiiM and Mancuso Swift and Cincinnati 000 000 Chicago Oil 000 7121 Lucas and Lombard Bush and Hart June The senate today passed and sent to the house a bill reducing from 4 to 3 per cent the rate of interest in loans to veterans on world war ad justed service Tho bill also provides that loans may be madO immediately after is suance of the certificate instead of waiting two years as now WEATHER Now Mexico Fair in prob ably showers and thunderstorms in north portion tonight and Friday lit tle change in Colorado Generally fair tonight and Friday cooler in northest por tion tonight and in east portion Fri West Texas Generally fair tonight and except unsettled in the Montanas intorsohblastic track and field moat became assured of at least another years existence when a small cash surplus was re ported after the 1082 Democratic Convention As By One Of The States Delegates Germans Decline loJPi France Offers Plan Pend ing Concessions In America June refused today to agree to a suggestion byPVanco thatshe deposit a mark bond with the world bank in lieu of repara tions pending negotiation of revised debts agreemnts with the United A safeguard avoided here tofore because it was distasteful to was ombadied in a French compromise plan atthe repar ations conference One third of the amount would Germanys contribution to a general fund for the economic reconstruction of The remainder would be set aside ponding negotiation of re vised debts agrements with the United Under the safeguard clause Ger many Would still be held liable for reparations in the event that the Uni ted States refused to reduce the debts owedher by the world war Prime Minister MaeDan ald of Great Britain pleaded with the Germans to accept the as suring1 thorn that they need have no fear with regard to American France Friendly June that France is becoming more favor able to the proposal of President Hoover u worldwide onethird reduction of armaments was reported by tho American delegation to arms conference The prospect greatly tho although the position of great Britain continued uncertain tho question of supporting the Hoover Americans worn carry tho Hoover plan before the general commission of the conference if the British continued to delay acceptance for any great length i of CONVENTION FLASHES CHICAGO June 30 democratic national conven tion leaders decided to recess at C oclook until i oclock when the nominating speeches will be finished Balloting will not begin until tomorrow at it was Jioosevelts manager was sounding a claim ol 705 less than enough for Missouri delegation voted to per mit change of choice before tabula tion Six members serv ed notice they would pwitch to Roose California spokesman said ycsteiv diaya vote stumiped andi stopped A menvber of the Conneticut dele pledged to Al Smith by unit seconded after a New York delegation is in quan preferring to scatter its strength hare and there for a few By NUNN ipeclnl lo tho from Chiaago Last Night day this The only afloorshow some night is the majority of ladies wear more clothes I wouldnt venture a guess as to which1 had the most spiritus f er menti in tho iAfter the regular NewMexico cus thSs morningat ten we stayed together for a while a little socialling in the Way of conver sation about tho condi tions in different parts of the Most of us were making the rounds of convention headquarters so late in the night that we post poned breakfast until after our morn ing By thp time that was i all over we headed for the big After the usual which is just as much part of the show as the main celehrities began to conje in under a barrage of cheers and flashlight picture Then the delegates began to get seats and quiet down for the day was the flay for the resolutions which drafts the platform to make its and 1154 voters seemed unusually anxious to get fight UpCin complete newly elected Chairman Walsh an nounced that the resolutions commit tee was still in and wouldnt be able to report for an other That must have been the first for when Walsh finished ihis it was just as if the gong jumped cut of their seats and began to run around like democrats at a national conven Important personages on the floor of the convention weio called speakers stand to say a few words to delegates others that located so on the floor that com muting was were asked to stand as they were introduced to the Among these our Governor Arthur Seligman and be licvo he got a nice Then Bill Murrays Tex as 0ld Gray Mare and Rich mond Blues were called on for brief More introduc tions and speeches wore list ing such prominent Floyd Clauilo Admiral Clarence Mayor Jim mie Ambassador Dirarri am bassador to Germany under Gene Woodrow and last but not Amos and Andy in who gave us a few minutes of their imimitaWo what a merning it what an 1 should for it was then nearly three At this point the convention was called to order once and in formed that the resolutions committee would not be able to report until five at Ihn so a motion but there will not bo was made to adjourn until seven more than If Roosevelt is Kiteh ie pointed to as likely first choice by Political loaders are wary of last minute trades which may settle the issue at Woman sings Dixie and band plays Qld Grey Mare when John Texas put in The allowance to state officials and employes cf Montana for use of their automobiles on state busi nesshasbeen reduced from 10 to 7Vi cents a oclock This met with some because of the fine floor Show which had been so unanimously but so here I am just finishing up to get a ibiteto cat and go back for the veal session to The best world championship ever staged would look sick beside what this convention holds in store for the next few Believe it or not after all the effort for and expressions of con fidence from Roosevelt the biggest fight yet is to come on Continued on Page 7 Here is atypical sicene enact on the floor of the democratic national a demonstr ation in approval of the question of repealing the 18th Cheering and delega tions from most the states join last night as the democratic party made in a surprise move of committing itself over abolition or chan ge of the national dry General Proposes Peac6 Will Drop Insurgency If MarinesWill MEXICO June General Augustino Sandino dis band his army and cease his insur gent efforts against thepresent Nic araguan government if peace nego tiations now under way terminate and the United States withdraws its Pedro Jose his foreign representa tive said The Sandino representative said he Wad received word from Sandino that he was ready to agree to a peace plan if it resulted in speedy withdrawal of the American Garcia Lake Oil Test In Red Bed The Garcia Lake test for 45 miles northeast of was drilling at 800 feet in heavy red The well silo was visited yesterday by several Clovis business men are interested in the testing out of structures in this Thevwell is toeing drilled by Harry Griswold and on what geologists is promising structure near the old Gar cia just across tho state in and about 10 imiljes east of The drilling comparer has a big standard rig capable a good Judge Hnmlin of Farwell was among those who went to the well site Fulton Atlanta paid inheritance taxes to the state in Chavez Chosen t3F New Congressman Well Pleased With Platform June New Mexicos was chosen to one of the speeches seconding the nomination of Govl Franklin Roosevelt at the democratic one of the states delegates at was pleased with the Leaders Try To Start Stampede For Band Wagon First Placed In Rules Majority OPPOSITION STUBBORN Doubtful If Balloting To Be Reached Before Tomorrow June ing and parading for its the democratic convention heard one af ter another of its persidential can didates placed in nomination today an it prepared at last for the suprema test of the roll While Roosevelt leaders worked across the floor for a first ballot and found the opposition still speech and noisy demonstration alternated in old convention style through an after noon bright with movement and col The with its prohibition repeal but wibh proposals for payment of the bonus and guarantee of bank deposits voted out over whelmingly had been and nothing remained now but the nomi nation and the Long and loud was the demonstra tion for the raceleading Governor Roosevelt when his name was put in first Of Round and round the big hall the marchers yelling and led by the roar ing tones of the monster pipe The banners of more 30 dele gations wemt into the sing cheering line as it it up and looked doubffcful whether any would hecreachetii a1 Plunging along with a rapid suc cession of almost unanimous deci the completed proval of platform and to another interlude of oratory as a long line of speakers took up the task of putting nine candidates for mally in nomination for the presi Without roll calls and with roar ing shouts of the con vention refused to write into the platform alongside the prohibition repeal plank adopted earlier in the a single one of the major amendments sent up tlhe Alfalfa Bill One of the planks voted down was r immediate payment of the sol Itwas smothered un the convention said an overwhelming rush of It paves the way for the llfcs sponsors being unable to muster nomination of New Mexico lined up five to one platform offeredby the The adoption of such a clear cut and definite statement of principles as contained in theplatform clears tuer for the adoption at midnight last night majority report on the repeal of the eighteenth This iplank contained also declaration fav oring modification of the Volstead Chavez pointed out that UVis makes it possible for congress to take action on beer and wine after the November if democratic ma jorities are voted into both BANK ROBBER SLAIN CORPUS June robber who looted the Texas State Bank and Trust Company of shortly after noon was killed in a running gun fight with three pdicenien who arrived on the just as he was attempting to escape in a stolen ITho robber was later identified as Corpus Christ real estate He had lived in Cor pus Christ about five The sto lon money was found in a blood stained sack iii the car in which he tried to even the seconds needed to insure a roll The Scotch bank plan of Willijn Muray of to gether with all of his other economic went out in rapid and seemingly overwhelming votes by ac So did a plank by Wil liam proposing that con gress consider methods to make safe the deposits in banks which are bers of the federal reserve The McAdoo plank alone stirred uip a real flurry of McAdoo himself took the platform to declaring it in the interests 08 the and Senator Glass ofi who like McAdoo had serv ed Woodrow Wilson as secretary of the argued in opposition that such a proposal would greatly undermine the faith of the banking community in JJhe democratic Welfare Plank i The only amendment adopted to the platform as it came from com mittee was one proposed by a wom Miss Caroline ODay of New York expressing the interest of the Continued on Page 7 Repeal Suits Roosevelt Todays Program At Chicago June program of tho democratic national convention today Noon Convention George Shaw pf Christian Chi William McAdoo urges minor ity report for bank depositors guarantee call on Governor William Murrays minority Adoption of IHoll call of states for Presiden tial nominating FOR TOMORROW Balloting will begin tomorrow soon after the days session Primary Recount Opens In Morning County Democratic Chairman Wal ter Mayes said this morning it has been necessary to make only one sub stitution the list of clerks and judges for tho county central commit tees recount of tho April 20 to begin tomorrow Arno appointed yesterday as a announced iluvt ho will bo unable to serve and Mayes has appointed Lavelle Harper to serve in liis All other clerks anil judges appointed by the cihairman have agreed to The recount will begin at 9 tomorrow and members of the central committee hope to complete the work during the Votes cast in the sheriffs and the county superintendents races will be only Virtually Same Bs Used In1 Race For Governor June Gover nor Franklin Roosevelt today in dorsed the wat plank adopted last night by the democratic Through tho Roosevelt carwpaign the New York governor said the country and the party ought to be congra tulated on the platform and that ha was for the prohibition which he said was substantially the same as one on which he ran for the gover norship two years The telegram The country and the party ought to be congratulated on tho clearest and most readable platform in our whole J am glad the will of the panty has shown on tho majority prohibition by sueJi a definite t am for lit is substantially the same plank I ran on tn this state two years
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