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   Clovis New Mexico Evening News-Journal (Newspaper) - May 6, 1936, Clovis, New Mexico                                WEAlttfcft New to night and Thursday edider north ahd east portionto nlttht and east portion 31 MEXICO URNAL WEATHEB West colder except In extreme southeast portion tonight Thursday partly NEW MAY EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE Ci REX THEATRE LOST IN BIG BLAZE AT HOBBS Italian Flag Plies Over Palace At Addis Ababa J f V tfk 14 W Ethiopian Capital Salutes Invaders Nazi Tloops Pour In City In Endless Stieam Rqmbling trucks Cum by IlicAssoHntctl 1icss May 6 Ilo tro establishing Italian rule over Addis Abftbfty named Glu doppe governor of as civil governor ofthe former Im perial Ethiopian capital Roman fascist accepted this act ion as a carrying Premier MusKolinls after the occupation of Addlo Ababa yester that Is bv The Afwoclnted Press WITH THE ITALIAN ARMY IN ADDIS May Ait Italian flag flew over Emperor Halle Selas sies natives raised their hands awkwardly In fascist and Italy owned Ethiopias Capital by right of conquest Marshal Piotro who yes terday headed Romes fas cist legions Into Italys war goal In stalled himself in tjie former Italian r His days of native rioting with the suddenness of a guil lotine oyer the imperial the railway the wireless and the barracks of the citys military The long column which Badoglio commanded was still pouring into the Come In Steady Stream Hundreds of motor trucks roared through the streets in a steady ThQ Ethiopians Who had terrorized foreigners their compatriots alike hid first accessible spot and appeared waving white flags and cheering The were in high They cheered and sang as they rode JWtheir trucks or marched n The first tjjffck detachment to enter the capital yesterday contained main ly with the white troops BudogUo In Charge Marshal Baclogllo enteicd the cily at 4 Eastern Stan dard His column of men entcted the city with fjags and guidons Fifty roared A contingent of armored cars pie ceded Marshal who rode Italian Flag Flics The commander of the ces went imrriedlalcly to the imperial palace where tricolor was Stricl orders were given lo pur docn and any but to treat peaceful inhabitants gen CLOVIS HIGH SCHOOLS ACE STUDENTS RECOGNIZED FRANCE OPPOSES ANNEXATION May sources today France would throw its fullWeight against oulright annexation of Ethiopia as an Italian colony or pf army there which might be used In n European France likely to pro pose that Great Britains treaty with the Arab or Iraq bo made a model for Italian domination of withthq empire re taining nominal sovereignly and Lea gue Nations Under a France would insist that it be accorded trade privi leges equal to given foreign countries under the French protec torate over Morocco and that French the port of entry for Ethiopia Despite Premier Mussolinis asser tions he1 wouldnot negotiate with other nations onhis in Ethi French expressed belief his need of East African development him yield to such a plajv if Great Britain and other countries in demanding SIMMS IS KEYNOTER OF DEMOCRATS SANTA May 9f New Mexicos outstanding John Slmms of will key note at the democratic state conven tion at Socorrq May 18 Selection ofthq for mer member of tho state supreme was announced by man John He is of former Con gressman Albert Material Needed For The Pioneer Edition In order that Hs Pioneer edition of June 1 may be as interesting as it Is possible to make The News Journal is desirous of securing time and stories of pioneer days in this ThQse whojxave slory to tell of pioneer days will confer a favpr if they will aid us with this material for the Zeppelin Hindenburg Starts First Trip To Tonight GIANT SHIP TO BRING 50 PASSENGERS AND HUGE CARGO OF MAIL WILL ARRIVE AT LAKEHURST SATURDAY May of the Hindenburg were put through final tests today and pro nounced ready for the airships first North American cruise Which begins tonightwith 50 passengers and a huge cargo of mail The Zeppelins scheduled time of de parture was 8 p 2 and it is due arrive at sometime Saturday An extra motor was taken aboard and technical appliances given a last More hydrogen gas was placr ed in the bags and two and onehalf tons offoodstuffs Many of the passengers already Were waiting forthe call to but a number of them remained in Berlin to be transported here in two special planes The passengerlist included Sir Hu bert the and Lady Wilkins Father Paul a Ro man Catholic priest who obtained Special permission from the pope to hold mass daily aboard the airship Ministerial Director Karl Ritter of the German foreign office Naval Commander William Leeds and Mrs and Lord Mayor Fritz Krebs of Although Hugo famous zeppelin designer and will be aboard the Hindenburg as onits recent maiden voyage to South Amer ship again will be under the control of Ernst All Germany is expected to listen Thursday eveningto a special wire less telephone conversation between Captain Lehmann of the Hindenburg and Commodore com mander of the New York bound liner The already at is due in New York The was expected to take place between 10 and mid night 4 and 6 3 Other Buildings Burn Early Today Clovis High schools eleven ace one of Carl was ill not appear in the who won certificates of distinction for exceptional grades in a statewide aptitude test are shown Top row left to light Allen Pauline Roberta Guineveie nnd Max Lower row lefl to right Clyde Edwin Clyn and Thurston Max MdConncll ranked first in the stale among 900 sludents of 32 high schools whp took the Umvoisity i Staff Photography and California Delegation Will Go Uninstructed More Evidence Is Located Here In Counterfeit Case F Discoveiy of more evidence in the counterfeiling case here which has already brought fivo i arrpsls was an nounced loday by Sterling local He and a secret service opctalive went yeslerday lo 708 Prince Whoie Ihey found pieces of plaslr parisand piece ofmetal alloy similar lo lhal uspd in making bogus halfdollars and dollars They bellove tho was used lo make molds for ihe Abraham Lincoln Link Carroll lived in the The and are now In the jail in default of bond on counterfeiting Ben Dodson and his broth i James both of made bond yeslerday on similar James Dodson made bond on twocounts charging hiM and possessing bogus coins and moldsfor their and with possessing and passingcoun terfoil federal reserve notes Dodson was charged jointlywith his brother oi the and his bond Homer arrested here last is Inthe county jail hi de fault of bond on a charge of making and passing counterfeit The officers are still gathering evi dence in Ihe Roosevelts Total Is More Than Vote Cast For All Other Candidates t May ftf Californias presidenlial primary to day gave the stales republican na tional convention votes to an unin sttiucted delegation and ils democrat support to President republican to Gov ernor Alf Lahdon of Kansas lost in the election but his sup pprlers promptly declared that be cause the winning ticket free he stillMn running the 44 convention 4 Swamps Other The Roosevelt endorsed car rying 44 democrat convention swamped two other headed by Upton advocating a pro in national and Congressman John S Townsend old age pen sion A Huge Vote Ciist basis of returns from more thait70 cent thestates pre Robseyell vote was greater than the combined of olher Uck ets in Roosevelt led his nearest Sin aUiiby more than eight to Regular democrats hailed the vic the personally by as proof he wlll state as he did in V HESULTS ELSEWHERE Sputh Dakota r An uninslrucled slate claimed by supporters of slight lead over Sen atov Bofahpf with returns in in contest for eight dele gates to the republican On the democratic side a slate of eight to president Roosevelt had no Continued on page 2 New Ray SteritizmAif In Hospital Opertifirig Rooms May 6 Invenllon of a new type of cool germ rays that destroys airfloat ing bacteria about the patlenl on an operating lable was announced lo Ihe American Society of Thorociplasy Surgeons here todayby Deryl of Duke University Medical This is the first time thai the air of an operating room has been con tinuously It is thefinal slep in safely from infeclipn which began wllh Joseph Listers tion of antiseptic surgery in Tho rays come from slander tubes framing the light above operoting The lubes are only eight to 10 degrees above room Their rays are selected wavelengths of which kill airborne germs in 60 but do not burn human The tubes were designed by Robert James and Harvey Renlsuhler of the VVesUnghoUse compatiy Hart become jllslincl haz sUrgery has come to per operations lasting a long caused infections in an otherwise dean Disjnfecling wajhr and floor and masking the breathing of surgeons and failed to eliminate all The new radiators kill nearly all the organisms within about eight feet in a The rayg slowly slerilize Ihe air at and help lo keep in struments Fifty persons have been operated on under the thf patients operated on under the radiation of these sold had an unusually smooth There have been no in fected There has been less Jjflmpemture less pain and more rapty Guarfl Against Ameiicaix May fP Au thorities took steps todity to pro tect Chinese morals from American A book stall proprietor was fined for selling risque American maga The Canton authorities also began a mojre strict enlprce of dress laws under which the appearance of bare arms and legs was i A dozen girls were arrested they went to a motion picture the police ordering them to go home and dress according tothe law or go to The went to jail and fellow students threatened to go on strike in LIGHT SPRINKLE HERE Preceded and followed by a sprinkle of rain fell here yeslerday the did not coverthe was not The ex tremes yesterday 88 ahd58 de JO D BIT IBS in the NEWS By TliOAsspclntcd Press CONVERTED PETERSBURG Police halted a oneman machine crusade by thearrest of a man bpokedas Henry said he fed into a dime then spent ten cent piece on a shiny small and returned to the place whele he had been A couple of wellaimed blows put the device out of The dimes remained ITS ACES WITH HIM NOV Ever shoot iv hole in one asked Fred Charleston amateur as lie uiiil Johnny oume to the sixth tee In n golf back In replied Ad Adams tee shot on the hold then trickled into the FIKELKSS AND ASK had been so long since this little railroad town had n fire they couldnt find the hose cart when flames broke out in a tourist Eventually Ihe hose was stored in a and Ihe blaze was limited to f pur two garages and a wash SPECIAL PEUVEUV Nohlo ar rived from Sao and Im mediiitely unhcd the postmtwterIf ho knew ft Konuii citizen named Wie postiinuiter und wouia take him to his When he saw the visitor Noble exclaimed Why where did you come from It was their first meeting In 40 She Knows Answer But She WWt Tell May B calls in for Robert JKlpley today when Ralph Feran dezas pet cat hada1 blessed One kitten was born to Kalphs household Beside the kitten was lound a new born ouimog Some say the Puppy wan dered In from Others say it would have been impossible for the new arrival to crawl more than a few While the con trpversy Cat purrs she the to the but brie wont UNDERGOES OPERATION MEXICO May 6 dent Lazaro Cardenas was recovering satisfactorily his doctors an nounced after undergoing an appen dectomy V Todays Results AMERICAN LEAGUE 100 New York 600 053 Kimsey and Reiber Pearson and Louis 000 8 3 Boston 310 000 10 2 Meola and Hemsley Markum and 301 11 1 Philadelphia 000 OOO1 7 1 Allen and Sullivan Up church and Chicago 030 v 100 Lyons and Sewell Boklnuand NATIONAL LEAGUED 000 202 Pittsburgh 000 Smith Marberry and Mnncuso TIs Hbyt and Padden Brooklyn 000 000 and Halcher and Boslon V Chicago 310 Lopex Carle ton Philadelphia Louis Waller and Wilson Dean andOg Postal Employes Convention Will Be Clovis Expect Big Gathering For Two Day Session On May 2930 Edwatd of the Ignited Postal Employesof New Mex predicted in an Associated Press dispatch from Albuquerque tpday that 350 poisons would the organ izations annual convention in Clovis May 29 and and announced names of committees that will be active in the Convention and program commit McAlister and Reception The entire force of the Clovis and Guy and and and Roy Nominating Clyde Lake Santa Resolutions Committee Albuquerque Neal Roswell Paul Auditing Gu tierrez Ralph Rod Santa Senator Chavez Mother Is Dead May 6 David mother of Dennis New Mexico democratic sen died at a hospital here early to day after an illness of six She was 78 years The senators mother was taken to the Josephs hospital following a paralytic stroke from which she never completely recovered May 6 Dennis Chavez of New and his Melita of Wash expected to leave for Albu tonight to attend funeral services of their David who died there Statesmanship Dinner Tonight In Capital In Memory Of Cutting Will Be Attended By His Former Colleagues In Senate May 6 inglon friends of the lalo Senator Branson progressive republi can leader of New Mexico who was killed in an airplane crash a year ago will hold an informal manshlp dinner in his rhembry to The memorial by Richard director of the in dependent legislative will be attended by Cuttings senate colleag members Of the house of sentatives and high government of Tributes to Cuttings public service will be Hogul including expressions from Mayor of New Yprk and William Allen the Kansas The meeting will not pay just Up tribute to this great Hogue It is designed as a memorial discussion of the ideals of statesman ship which Senator Cutting Seldom does a man emerge from a background of ease ana wealth into a life of disinterested devotion to progressive ideals and public Such a man was Bron son Hogue said the group probably would decide to hold stalesmanship dinners on this same date each InsteatJ of erecting a monument of cole we wish to pay a living tribute to a man whose ideals stilllive and whose ideals we wish to Hogue said the roundtable discus sion would deal with reasons why congressmen fail render the public service expected of why they fall short of their own expectations what the forces that frustrate the ex ercise of disinterested and independent and in what ways these forces can be most effectively Loss Estimated At And States Report ORIGIN YET Believe Fire Three Story Brick Theatre May by a stiff of undetermined origin caused property damage estimated approximately today fcl ter threatening for a time to sweep the entire business district of this thriving oil t At least three persons suffered as the blaze razed fofar structures including the three story Rex Numerous1 business places the street and adjoining the fldmeswept area were badly Only the aid received from pumping equipment of the Halliburton rushed here from the oil fields saved the from The fire department of 20 miles northeast als6 was to action to subdue the burned out eight places and caused heavy property loWtcn others and the United post One Badly Burned v The most severely burned gar business whose was seared as he fought volunters to save businessproperties across the street from cljy alip suffered slight Churns ap ttie work that post office from complete x Atall The mail Jiurriedly catjriedJtito the street where it was guard The hektjwas so height of the blaze v thaj Jtfajs windows across the streets were sign borffds burned down tar roofs were Authorities were npt immedititeljr able to establish the cause of The theater billterd parlor and several Fire Equipment Fails Momentary failure of the citys pne fire at the peak of the gralion for a time threatened to balk all efforts to halt the flaming theater walls tottered pre cariously against the post off We buud ing before they were pushed away Joy 9 Places Burn Among the places of ed out were the artd tJruS Rex theater Redrick news Jutt tle liquor stoie PyroneS barber Shorn Stanley pool hall Cearcy and Happy lunch room the Smoke Hard parlor the offices fa City Attorney John Brand and The Western Union commiSnfr cation lines were burned oul Ifnd tms office badly TO REBUILD QUICKLY f secretarymanager of the Hobbs chamber of Jn a phone message to NewsJournal shortly after noon said that this mornings blaze only way for more improvements In A contractor is on the ground at ready Anderson to start work immediately on 50 A brick building will he icon slructed on the The other burni ed slructures will be he The new Hobbs city first meeting last night took Steps toward new sanitation and talked street Improve POURING TOP SLAB ON COURTHOUSE The loof slab of the new Curry county courthouse was poured and when the basement slab is poured Friday all the heavy wojc on the buijding will bs cording tothe Then the and eleo trlclans will have full Laying of ihe cast tone base for the brickwork has aimosj cpmr and tile is being laid the cast COTTON ADJUSTMENT SALES SLIPS 4HCI14 County Agent Todldhas re ceived word from Geoyge state director pf tural extension farmers participating in prograiri should secure cotton paymenji todd ha asfti the Sales slips on cotton alreafjy gold must be submitted at an earjy data so the farmers may receive the suliidy payments difference between migF price and 12 based on dling   

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