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   Clovis New Mexico Evening News-Journal (Newspaper) - October 23, 1936, Clovis, New Mexico                                NEW MEXICO Unsettled tonight and Saturday prob ably or sndwj Somewhat warmer eadt mT NEW Tf MEXICO VENING NEWSJOURNAL WRATRHB WEST TEXAS probably rain in north lion tonight and 177 1936 JVetw Greatest Newspaper EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS STORM LEAVES 6 INCHES OF SNOW IN CITY Soviet Virtually Withdraws From Conference Neutrality Group Hears Moscow Is No Longer Bound Will Same Liberties As Other Nations In Spain CLOSING ON MADRID Fascist Forces Braced On Three Fronts Claim Victories Soviet Russia tonight announced her virtual withdrawal from the European hands off Spain declaring shecould not consider herself bound to a extent than other Fascists Brace For Hove Spains opposing armies braced on three fronts today as diplomats as sembled to renew London neutrality debate In the peninsular civil Insurgent troops of Emllo Mola routed government defenders from mountain positions at Las Navas Del 15 miles west of strate gic El delayed reports dls Young Democrats Hear Fiery Speeches Supporting The State Administration Capistrano Swallows Move South On Time SAN JUAN padre tit the Jew el of the missions gazed up at the tile caVes of Mission San Juan Capistrano today and said The swallows have To Father Hutchinsori It was just another anniversary of the clooldlko takeoff of thousands of swallows on Sun Juans For seventy years I have seen this remarked the old pot tery Ramon The birds have gone south for the win Occupy New Point The advancing forces occupied the town of Navas yesterday after beating socialists from the jagged with a concentrated fire of ma chine guns and The complicated situation in the British where replies from three fascist nations were to be aired Inopposition to held only slight hope for amicable settle ment of diplomatic Italy accused Portugal of alfling insur had their replies ready to the Soviet The answer front Lisbon government was en route to London by government Two may happen during the session around council scheduled to 4 11 informed Sources predicted The fascist powers will probably deny the Russian and counter fresh assertions Moscow is assisting Madrid in the latters fight against believing efforts to enforce nonintervention have will probably withdraw from the 27na tion accord with threat of openly aiding the Spanish In preparations were rush ed to defend the capital against a pro jected fascist Invasion in the face of movement of heavy artillery into po sitions within 20 miles of the Nety Test For Ml In Roosevelt Clovis Corporation Will Drill On Old Clauclell Structure Within two or three miles of the spot Clnudell Development sunk a test for oil two years 18 west of in Roosevelt a new of financiers to day announced a now test will be made on the same The exact location of the new test will be on the of the of Range 2 it was announced The old loca tion was In Section The new operating under the name of the Clovis will drill depth of feet for a complete tijst of San Andreas and the GioribUa where at the Claudell well had a showing of Six months after the well had quit it was reported the hole flowed 17 times in ftn after feet of water had Seen Fetermeni who will be In charge of operations at the new said Huey drilling con of had been to new The drlllerb have a turnkey contract for completion of the well within 70 They expect to be In operation by 7 Millions In Loans TQ New 23 ures released here today by govern ment agencies showed In loans has been obtained by New Mex ico farmers and ranchers through the production credit up to 30 Of were out standing at the of that the figures Dainards Crime Partner Caught Edward Fliss Captured By GMen For Part In Kidnaping 23 Ed gar director of the federal bureau of announced today the arrest of his agents of Ed ward described by Hoover as a former associate of William kidnaper of nineyearold George 1 Fliss was captured by federal agents in San Francisco late last Hoover aftera prolonged Hoover said Wanted for ques tioning in connection with the loca tion of part of tne Weyerhaeuser ransom ftot yet ad mitted to Gmen that he had pahied Dainard ajlas William through the wesf a He also assert assisting Dainard exchanging the Weyerhaeuser ransom money for good LandonInvades Oklahoma Today Major Speeches Will Be Given At Tulsa And City ABOARD LANDON SPECIALEN ROUTE TO OKLAHOMA Alf driving his campaign for Democratic support eastward into Oklahoma con tended President Roosevelts policies have pauperized the federal govern ment and his administration is us ing the peoples money directly and Indirectly to secure his The Republican nominees bid for Oklahomas 11 votes Was centered upon addresses at Oklahoma City and Tulsa and conferences with William Aalfalfa Bill former Democratic other antiNew Deal leaders of the Sooner and Republican party chief In a formal statement frequently reiterating Roosevelt and now let us look at the Landon said the president would con ceal the facts in order to effect his program of making over our Ameri can form of government and the gov ernment is dissipating the peoples resources through graft and In Evades Questions His sevenpage discussion of Roose velts con tended the Democratic nominee again evaded the question of whether he intends to revive the policies of regi mentation and destroy our system of free enterprise and constitutional Once more I challenge him to be candid with the American Landon Let them know just What he Intends to It is the only honest procedure for a candidate for the presidency of the United Rally Last Night Brought Campaign Issues To Front Inclement Weather reduced the crowd to a but who fhe elements last night and went to school auditorium here to attend the Young Democrats rally heard a succession of young speakers flail away at Republican Op The speaker of the evening was In gram young Kansas City otfatbr who is 6 10 inches Will Albuquerque at who wai to have been on the program was Unable to be Otner speakers were state president of the Young organizer of RooseveltGarner and Dick local Modrall put in some of the most telling accusing the Republi cans in New Mexico of gross They have not been distorting the he have been He said that JUdge Republican senatorial talks continually about defending the but does not observe it Modfallj pharged Otero with failing to a of the state constitution says that judgeshall resign his position when he seeks electjoivfo a political Judge Otero Modrall pointed Shout He1 is willing to the constitution as shining Ijght so lorjg as it does vnotapply to Mike He alsoaccused the RepublicanOf insincerity in endorsing the Townserjd plan at the same time pledging strict economy and no new brandedas Vpurely a bid for un suspecting also charged that the Re TREE BOUGHS BREAK UNDER WET SNOW Six inches of wet snow which fell in the immediate region of Clovis proved too much rot treeboughs which their summer and manyboughs were forced to the groimd under dajiwas bought by that Ernest candi candi the present state administration had given away Ppcos river rights Modrall brand ed both reports as entirely He said New Mexico had af Irmed existing water agreements with Offers Reward In a brief but fiery be tween who was master of offered a reward for anybody who produced proof that WPA workers in Curry county had Such a Manson had been made recently a man who come here from Minnesota looking for a In case such proof was forth Manson the Young Dem ocrats would not only pay the but would employ special counsel to assist in the prosecution of the giulty party or who came to New Mexico just a month ago because of bron chial but Is already said that as an outsider he had been able hear many discussions of He finally he that Tingley must be a good governor because a man wont talk against you unless you have have loaned him money or done him He invited a com parison of the facial features of Ting ley and Landon of say ing that Lafidon is not big enough from the eas I can how a man from up can be for Ingram shout If Roosevelt is not for the commtfji people who in thunder is he for V In urging those present to vote the straight Democratic Pickett urged them not be No body but yourself and the good God above know how you Wrinkle also urged the Democrats of Eastern NewMexico to get out a big The Democrats in New Mex ico never lost an election except when East Side fell down on he Cjt Luchini made a brief talk in which he averted that the Young Democrats started out in New Mexico four years as MAKE FUNERAL PLANS FOR CRASH VICTIMS Funeral arrangements were com pleted in Portales today for the vic tims ofthe automobile accident eight miles south of here on the Portales highway lats Wednesday which claimed the lives of three and put u 12yearold girl in the The hei fiveyearold and were fatally injured when the automobile in jvhichAthey almost ffcnd Yoacfiunr suc cumbed in thei of the only oneto survive the was cut and A coroners jury yesterday absolv ed Oklahoma City truck of any blame in the 13 members and now have King Edward Calls Priyjr Council May Be Move In Rumor Of Romance 23 Ed ward himself stepped today into the foreground of romantic rumors link ing his name with Ernest Simp by summoning a meeting of his privy crown advisers fto whom he should make formal an nouncement if he ever decided to take a While authoritative sources de scribed the council on as a routine behind the scenes speculation ran The 42yearold bachelor monarchs action in summoning his privy coun cillors precedes tomorrows opening of the Ipswich threeday session during which Simpson lj seefc freedom jfrm marital by accusing her The privy jt was be the first to at tention to renounce batchelor Edward would inform the counplpthat he had given sent tp rpyal bu royal object or his conseiu be one already has rnade provls 1 for Of pounds to a hyothetical hyothetical when he tsks Tingley Points To Benefits Of WPA Miller Hits Democratic Tax Policies Roosevelt Back In Washington Plans One More Trip Then FinalAppeal Set For New York 23 Bock at the White House two days of the most arduous motor campaigning In southern New Eng President Roosevelt today be gan making plans today at least one more major speech next week before his final pronlectlon address In Madison Square Garden the night of While the president has not namei the date and place of this appearanc there was talk that it would be madt in eastern probably Seranton either enroute to for the Statue celebratioi next or between that daj and his garden Roosevelt has two engagements before he goes to New York to partici pate In the FrancoAmerican statute of liberty ceremonies in the harbpi next Tonight he addresses from the White House 18 dinners be ing held in various They are known as the Business Mens Dinners for Monday he will dedicate a new chemistry building at Howard univer sity Good weather may induce him to embark tomorrow on a weekend cruise down the Potomac to relax after the tumultuous New England ALASKA FEELS UP damage was caused by a sharp earthquake last night which sent frightened scurrying into The concrete walls of the Anchor age Times building were cracked a shatteredrandplas n j r AlSmitfelasttocVi Continue On Administration Predicts Many To Vote For November scenes and prepare for his final BIG ROUNDUP OF REINDEER 23 Uncle Sam took a hand today to bring reindeer together in one of the largest roundups of Santa Glaus antlered ponies in the history of Fifty miles inland from Point Bar just over the Arctic ice from Santas Christmas modern corrals will be built for Here the deer will be counted and marked after they have been herded by the Eskimos from the Arctic plains of frozen tundra for hundreds of miles 23 former Democratic candi date for turned toward Pittsburgh today to continue his at tacks on the New Deal after declar ing he was satisfied millions and millions of Jcffersonian would vote for Governor Alf Landon on November He was scheduled to leave this morning for Pittsburgh where ho will speak Saturday In his speech last the third he has Vnade against the Roosevel administration since the first of th said the JeffersoniahDem ocrats are out on a limb hold ing the driven out pf the party because some new bunch that nobodj ever heard of in their life before came m and took charge of thing and started planning He said the New Deal is playing ana the rank and file of the A mA n nn itnXfilW tt Campaign Parties Active Wide Front As End Nears r By Thn Asuncltttod Striking back at criticsOf the Works v e Quoted a letter from a Valencia party REPORTS LIVESTOCK STOLEN Bob farmer living near Cam reported to Sheriff Thomas yesterday afternooii thnt three heif ers and a bull calf were stolen from the day In the bunch were one Holstein heifer one Holstein bull calf one blackandwhitefaced heifer and one red motleyfaced None was Lowe said that another Cameron lost a bull calf last American people are the On November he I am perfectly satisfied that millions and millions of Jeffersonian Demo who believe in the fundamental principles of the Demo ctatic who regard it as their political Democrats who be ieve in the 1932 platform and want t to the polls and so cast their votes as to let the New Deal play while a different idmlnistratlon will give a sensible comprehensive adminlstrai Ion under Governor Landon of Kan t Smith said he was speaking against ho New Deal because he believed ho actually helping to save the Democratic Discussing the government debt at it would tako ears to pay off e asserted was now owed by the overnment at rate of one dollar FOOTBALL RESULTS AT NEWSJOURNAL TONIGHT fans who just cant get W go to that game between Wildcats Ros well Coyotes tonight the game by calling the phone Quarterly reports on the score will be telegraphed to the News and two phone lines to the NewsJournal will be manned to handle football for vocational school in Los Luhas to support his fioptentjipn Republican leaders were renouncing tbday what praised a fewmonths ago as being for the wel fare of the The governor spoke at Belen while his Jaffa Republican gubernatorial renewed his campaign firing on the Democratic administrations tax policy be fore a Las Cruces Theorists Speaking with Ernest Ever Republican nominee for the long term senate assailed classroom and called for a return to a practical business i Everly hailed the Republican plan as on the sound fundamentals of hard work and said it contemplates soil conservation on a long range basis under competent en not It means range rehabilitation and protection under the Direction of men who know how to and conserve because they have done Defends Expenditures didates on the other side are going around talking about waste and said Governor Tingley to his Belen about building schools and colleges that we dont need or cant Here in your own county is a good example of the attitude Republican leaders He then read a letter from Joe Valencia county Re publican chairman to Lea Rowland WPA state which said Area From Clovis To Hereford Gets Major Crop Help Thermometer Drops to New Low For Season With 27 Recording REPORT SOME DAMAGE Crops Hit By Freezing Temperature Clovis and its immediate re gion felt the brunt of a wisp of winter that swept into Eastern New Mexico from the northeast bringing six inches of snow to the and a low last night of 27 above The moisture Was officially re corded at While the brunt of the storm hit the whole region be tween Clovis and 62 miles was covered to a depth of five Tapering off northwest and west of Olo the storm left btrtMsraces of snow at Sumner and other Curry countys Myheat bene fited to varying degrees according to the were reported In ex cellent Some damage la unharvested rowfeeropsrwas Over Wide Area The which swept Texas Panhandle from the northeast left rain snow oyer a wjde The precipitation extended iijto Ok and tapered off to onthe South the Snow in the Northern and west portions of CurVy county fell far short of Gi in part Quotes Letter I want you most sincere ly for what you did for us in getting our vocational school project here in Los thank God we still have some liberal and fair minded people at the head of our administrations such as yours who do things forthe good they will produce toward our general welfare in the Senator Dennis who spoke with the predicted New Mexico will be more prosperous 18 months hence than at any time since postwar peripd and challenged campaign statements of Jalph Republican candidate or A Measure who seeks reelection on the Democratic said Jrown overlooked the fact that the Ferguson act was a Democratic meas Ue signed by a Democratic presi dent and that his estimated valua ion of 125 million dollars onlands jiveij to the state by previous admin stratipns as being four times more ban benefits from the Roosevejt ad ministration was incorrect in that emergency funds expended in this tate have totaled approximately 120 millions under the Roosevelt admin Brown had cited the donation of lands as benefits from previous admin David former New Mexican now with the Democratic national Eugene candidate for judge of the seventh judicial dis Carmen Dyche and John Barrqn spoke on the Belen pro Reiterating his assertion the Tine KW1T 1 o other pojritsirepor fed about in the bringing the mois ture to an average of a inch or more over most of the Continued cloudiness today brought prospect of moreprecipitation in this good rain fell at Bell view this morning and road Conditions in that region were reported as Other regions reported rain last COLD OVEft STATE By Tha Associated Press paying itsfirst formal visit to New Mexico season laid a blanket of snow on the northern and northeastern regions today and a cov erlet of rainladen clouds over most of the rest of the Chill snow and rain sent temperatures down to their lowest levels of the season in many Clovis shook off a sixInch snow the heaviest in the state ex cept for some mountain Santa Fe woke up to find three inches of representing in ches of Thermometers hit a low of 29 last night and hovered at the freezing point at 9 Snow flurries fell with little lasting effect at Las Vegast but residents shivered at temperatures which rang ed from yesterdays 37degree maxi mum to a low of 24 snows powdered the Estan cia valley east of Rain clouds scattered moisture gen erally down the Rib Grande valley from Albuquerque to El Both cities reported a trace of precipita Albuquerque minimum tempera ture last night was 36 El Pesos the lowest of the c Clouds covered rthe western half of the but little or no rain The Weather Bureau at Al said Indications pointed to a break in the cold snap by tomcrrow The forecast for tonight was probable snow with some moderation of along east side and in1 the Heavy clouds still hung over Ros and residents looked forward to continuation of snow and rain which brought inches of precipitation Hail New Accord As Way To Peace S3 strasse circles today hailed the pro posed FrancoGerman understanding as a vital European rock of Although viewed wjjth suspicion by French officials as a clever intrigue to freee put Russia and break up the FrancoSoviet military assistance paving the way for Germany to attack neui quarters were A new United States of western embodying France and Qreat was fore shadowed in the sixpoint accord re ported reached by Count Galeazzo Italian foreign Baron Konstantln von man foreign in their series of Berlin   

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