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   Clovis New Mexico Evening News-Journal (Newspaper) - August 2, 1933, Clovis, New Mexico                                CLOVII NG W JOURNAL VOLUME NUMBER 106 NEW AUGUST 1933 SIX PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS PRESIDOT ORDERS KIDNAP PROBE JL Laymans IVbthfer Claims Ker Son mff 1 Believes Another Officer Shot Youth county officers la dayhad no new in their search for Jack Layman who is being sought In connection with the fatal shooting of n deputy sheriff here Friday Sheriff Rex Meador said no new clues had been found and that the case was virtually at a The posse which spent three days and nights in field hunting was recalled 2 charging that her son Jack fugitive sought for the fatal wounding of a Torrence county deputy did not kill the offi Lulu today said she her son inno cent of any wrong Layman returned from Moun taiair yesterday where she had gone to help officers find her sen and if possible prevent further Bullet Not The Same Discussing the search for her she said even officers admitted that the bullet taken from the body of William the corres ponded with the shells or air officer who was firing at her son who ran between the officers and the slain deputy when ha Of she a mother is expected to stand up fcr her son under any But I be lieve that if son is captured alive and given a fair trial he will be ac quitted of any wrong REAM FOR JFlRSTj LTRISE Dn hjirlal f Associated Press Photoi ilize For NRA EasHbi Heat Wave Takes Toll Of Lives Fifteen Died Yesterday In New York Area Relief Looming scs to the including her Chailes Spencer of were willing testify that Jack Layman was unarmed the night he was supposed to have shot They call him a desperado and a posse of officers from three coun ties surrounded the house last Fri day night but he was guilty only of disturbing the peace and he was un armed when he left here and my daughter and soninlaw say lliat he was unarmed at their Offered Surrender She said her son called out when officers came to get him en an as sault charge in Bernalillo county he called out dont shoot Ill surren she fled from her home in AlbuquerqueThursday night i after he had been framed inka disorderly conduct and assault charge by certain officers who had a I giudge against him she aid he fear ed he might be returned to the state penitentiary he had served i sentence for Hes out there in those moun tains somewhere with a bullet in his log id if he doesnt get medical at tention soon Im afraid that hell die Continued on 5 2 An heat wave that has taken 27 the New York metropolitan one steamed into its fifth day i fllsibe thunder showers were the cf baking multitudes as arose from a night made mis e by high ifteon died yesterday in the New where the mercury hit and humidity Hun s of thousands sought relief at Other thousands slept last nigfit where keep off the grass were removed tempor nli were hurl when a wooden cony on had crowded watch a fist Most ct the injuries were The temperature reached 100 in Pittsburgh and New arkreported a death Washing ton sufferedunder 98degree and in it was Public Opinion To Wield A Heavy Influence mobilization was shap ing up today to thrust of ffln1Wt6t Moley Gets Task Of Working Plan To Fight Racket To Make Speicial Survey Of Methods of The I Gangsters HYDE President Roosevelt today requested Raymond assistant of t0 make a special study kidnaping and racketeering with thtj understanding that he retain his state department office and return to it in the Roosevelt said he was asking Moley undertake the special survey of methods of combatting crime at request of Attorney General Cum mings who communicated with him today by Moley is an au thority on crime the appointment of Moley to this new assignment is tim ed with the return of Secretary Hull from the London economic confer ence where he and Moley were un derstood to have had sharp differ the president insisted there is behind the Moley appoint ment to the kidnaping He emphasized that Moley would retain his office as assistant secretary of state while making survey and re sume his state department duties up on completion of the survey which is expectedto last a couple of no specific plans have ibeen outlined the administration for fighting kidnaping and racketeer other than through cooperation iby federal forces with state GOOD IDEA IF IT WOULD WORK 2 the police tell tin George Graves almost solved the problem cf job lessness Asked at the detective bureau why ho allegedly married three women without getting any divorc he was quoted as saying I was out of a job and after I left the first cnc it occurred to me that 1 had better marry the others so I would besure of a place to eatand Wife 1 caused his Hockenhull On Board To Posh NRAs Program u2 Jetts Case Set eminent Archaeologists Here To Survey Work Of L Howard Important Statements Expected BASEBALL Cvis Favor NRA Plan Clovis Retail Grocers Associa tions thoroughly in favor of the NRJplan ald is ready to cooporute witll President in every ssSle Ink meeting at the city hall last nighlthe association to ad vise lie national recovery adniinis that it is ready co do its A including Paul AKey ami Paul was appalled to secure more definite in form iion from the administration American League 3013 430 10190 New York 000 010 U101 Walberg and Uhlj and Boston 000 Washington 000 Weiland and Crowder and Chicago 000 000 000 100 Jones und Berry Marberry and Pe Chicago 100 Detroit Gaslon and Berry and Hay Feirell and Pytlnk and Nutiondl League First Gamp New Yorli 000 flU5 022 431 Spenuer and Ricliards Hansen and New York 338 11 Philadelphia 000 Paiineleq find Maneuso Miore ami Brooklyn 000 300 Boston 000 222 Ryan nnd Lopez Brandt Second Game Brooklyn 000 101 001 3100 Boston 000 010 Mungo Lcpezj Frankhouso and Cincinnati 101 Chicago 413 Kolp and Manion Heiishaw and 000 000 Pittsburgh 000 020 Carleton and OFarrell Meine and as to fhu ljresidents Viilinllv every Clovis grocery wtore ing l apprc till V be ineeti diticn Other Me pect groce ceivei represented in the meut all wholehearted the NKA All at ecing openly confident iinua us result of its udop al grocers unnuuncud al the that they expect to put ad men to work will fall in 1iie lew of the association cx 0 percent cooperation from when full in formation is re ioin the recovery udministra KIDNAPED NEJV than a Brooklyn real estate mil fight is in the Imiulsfof kidnapers who are de mandiia from his police iisclosed whose brother Artie is aasolated with Humbert Fugazy in 1iBit was seized Monday night outside the homo of friendl An important re garding archaeological discoveries of University of Penn sylvania Museum specialist who has been working near Clovis for several is expected after a confer ence of four noted archaeologists at Howards field site Howard was joined here today bySir Smith Woodward of Lon Van Strueleii of oi the Carnegie and Chester Stock of the California institute of The group is watching the worm of Howards party at his field1 site southwest of the city It I has been hoped that the archaeolog ists work will resuil in important informationregarding the early in habitants of U is hoped that the four archae ologists willmake a statement re garding Howards The partv will leave tonight for Grand They will join 40 other archaeologists of interna tional prominence who will pass throughhero on their way the Canyon Chester Stock arrived two days ago from Mer Van Straelen and Sir Wood who is accompanied by Lady arrived this slecudtary of the Carlsbad chamber of ployment As city after city blossomed out with blue eagle posters attesting com pliance of merchants and business houses with the higher shorter work week terms Roose recovery for acceptances from citizens invited by telo last night to form state and regional recovery as key units of the The administration began compil ing totals of those employers already numbering in the hundreds of have joined the move ment in the purely pre campaigning A big boost in the total was ex pected to result shortly from appli cation of the two retail codes now in temporary force pending a hearing set for August Subscribers to these win the blue eagle and get then names on the honor roll of signers by filing certificates of local committees will get the word to fake the field with then with a door canvass of businessestablish ments tobring in those which have not signed aridto make sure that the others are living up to the Asks Odd Jobs For Those Out Of Employment Julia worker for the Curry County associa today culled upon all Clovis res idents who have oddjob vork to be to call at the welfare office for someone to do have a number of men who are glad toget any kind of no nmlter to help support Martin We can furnish someone for any kind of The Welfare associations oince is in the Conner above May U has no Black Gasoline Causes Trouble Black gasoline may help prevent violations of the gasoline tax refund but Harding county farmers would rather the state would use some other meth Farmers in the county are vigor ously complainingagainst asedhnent which they have found in gasoline Which has been colored black to com ply with the They say the sedi ment refuses to disolve and clogs the carburetors of combines and trac The last legislature in tightening up the refund law provided that a chemical substance to color the gas oline black should be put in all gas purchased under the provisions of the refund This was to allow field agents a means of checking whether the gas was being used for other purposes than propelling vehicles on the state BANKS JOIN NRA 2 president of the Albuquerque chamber of commerce has been appointed by President Roosevelt as a member of the com to conduct the NRA employ ment campaign Southern Califor Arizona and At the same time it was announc ed that Dempsey of Santa Fe been made a member of the same The President also appointed the following men on a state campaign board wage the fight on unem ployment in New Mexico Leon Albuquerque Luis Santa Ee Berez Quin Arthur Portales John Roswell Jose Ortz y Raton Tom Las Vegas and board will meet at the call of the The district beard of which Oden and Dempsey are members will report to the recovery administration on the results of the NRA drive in the three Roosevelt Soon Roosevelt county ranch man charged with first degree mur der in the killing August of a will be giv en his second trial during the next term of Roosevelt county district which is to be held in Septem District Attorney Compton has Jetts first trial in ended in a hung Cattlemannester thing far from new in the sulted in Sanders slaying and the charges againest The quarrel which ended in the killing arose over the straying of some of Jetts cattle into the fields of the small Sanders in the Caudell communi ty of east central Roosevelt In his first Jett pleaded self saying he shot Sanders when he feared the nesterwas going to kill him Charging premeditated the asked for the in fliction of the death At Halfway Mark In Laying Steel Construction crews are just about at the halfway mark inthe laying of heavier steel on the Santa Fe rail roads main line west of here in the vicinity of officials said to New steel been on approx former field guide for Howard in the Carlsbad last night here visiting with Howard and his WEATHER Generally fair tonight and except local thunder in east portion this after noon tonight warmer in east por tion New i Mexico Generally fair to liighl ajd except local thumliirfhowerj this afternoon or tu night northcentral portion little change in West Texas Partly prob ably showers in the Panhandle lo Ted Otero Held On Embezzlement Ted who resigned this week us Valencia county was arrested today on a charge of embez zling from the county treasurers The arrest followed almost two monlhs of investigation of the rob bery of the treasurers office at Los Lunus on the nighl of Juno The complaint against Otero was signed by Sheriff Abelicio Sanchez und District Attorney Fred Otero was released on bond for appearance at a preliminary hearing before a justice of the peace Thursday His bond was signed by his Ed and his Miss Virginia Mander iield tf Santa Fourteen thousand banks affiliated with the American Bankers associa tion joined the industiial re covery movement under a modified presidential reemployment agree Hoickenhull Accepts In a telegram to President Frank lin Roosevelt this Governor Hockenhull of Clo vis the appointment to the National Recovery Administration of New Mexico which ident tendered him this I am strong for President Roose velt and I am ready to do anything I can to help put over his the lieutenant governor Hockenhull is the second Clo vis man to be called upon by Presi dent Roosevelt to assist in his recov ery Scheurich last week was appointed chairman of the state NRA publicity HIS DOG IS LOST Nothing is so tragic to a boy as the loss of his Frank 404 East Fourth Phone has his small black Will the finder pase re store this dcg to his sorrowing1 own er Two hundred vhp come from all walks of railroad are em ployed on the They prob ably will be given two more months of Looks Like Big Year For The University 2 Despite economic conditions and decreasing attendance at higher ed ucational institutions throughout the indications point to a large enrollment at the University of New Mexico next James Zim says inquiries are flowing into the University regis trars office from all parts of the Mahatma Gandhi Is Back In Jail 2 The Mahatma Gandhi was imprisoned to day in the old Yerocla jail which has growirso familiar to him through previous detections in connection with his civil disobedience who arrived here this mor ningafter an allnight train journey from was arrested with his wife and 33 devotees in Ahmeda as they were about to start a new movement for Held In High Spot Mother Of Six Finishes High School Course Sueehtl In the 2 If you want an education bad enough you can get it That is the assertion of Max Fouchari of u mother ot six children who was graduated with the June class of Littlefield higli formerly Miss Orlena Watts cf accompanied two of her eldest is sihool all last at kept was president of the Parent Teachers Association and the Sacred Heart churfh circle nnd was active in a sewing Fouchan attended Clevis high school ii 1U20 and Later she attended the New Mexico Normal University at Las Vegas and taught in the I Urschel States He Was In A High Altitude That he believed he had been held captive by hia abductors in either Colorado or New Mexico was the de claration of Okla homa City oil why was released early yesterday after a said to have been had been Urschel said it took his kidnapers 12 hours to drive to the backwoods bungalow whore he was held cap tive nine and that it took them 12 hours to make the return The cool during which he said it necessary for him to sleep under convinced that he was taken to point in high altitude where nights are cooler than at any place ii Oklahoma or He was inclined think he was tak en to New His canlors read him Kan sas City and Oklahoma City newspa he SOME HOPE FOR THE SHINY SPOT PEGGY HOPKINS JOYCE ILL Hopkins Joyce was reported very sick but nol serious condition from an attack of tonsilitia today in Michael Heres a new or rather a re juvenated old for you bald headed men to An almanac dated just do nated museum at George Washingtons contains the following advicu Take ye those among ye who may be bald andrub that part morning and evening with onions till it is red then rub with FOG HOLDS ITALIAN FLIERS SHOAL of a bad fog in the middle Atlantic today halted the de parture of 24 Italian seaplanes for Valentia The crews had breakfasted and were prepared to lake off at wlien General Itulo Balbo received thtunfavorable weather RETURNS FROM BEDSIDE OF SON Johnson returned today from where he spent yesterday at the bedside of his LioiKl who is Johnson un derwent anosii operation u week He was reported improv ing Several Sections Get Good Rains Jupiter Pluvius favored a portion of Curry county last night that has withBut rainfall when other parts of the county have received it this According to reports this the western portion of the north of the ClovisMelrose received the heaviest rainfall outside of The Ranchvale cqmmuni ty and that section of the county further northwest of Clovis reported good Precipitation in Clovis was given government observers as of an A fourth of an inch of moisture fell between here and The rainfall extended only three miles west along1 the Santa F railroad dispatchers Dispatchers reported also a two inch rain in the immediate vicinity of LEGION MEETING CALLED Wallacii command today called a meeting of the Dean Lucas post of the American Legion for tenight at the Elks Several matters of importance are to bo up at the and all members are being urged tJ   

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