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Clovis New Mexico Evening News-Journal (Newspaper) - November 18, 1936, Clovis, New Mexico New tSn nnd Thursday little change In ECLOVIS mt NEW w MEXBCO VENING NEWSJOURNAL West tonight and Thursday sortve whnt colder In north NOVEMBER New Qreateai EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS On His GoodWill Tour ToArgentina 4 GOVERNMENT RECOGNIZED IN AT CHARLESTON HeadedFor Peace Parleys At feiiertoS Aires Open December 1 President embarked on the crUiSer Indianapolis here today for goodwill journey to South n on voyage to to open the Jiitcr he rqrtefrom train ty dock through miles of lined with thousands cttWens from South Carolina and nelghborhiR He was over side of the with two 21gun salutes while than Of fleersand men in blue I As tlje speedy gray craft pull ed the at Fort boomed out another 21gun American republics will participated in conference which summer as a the spirit of peace oiLJthe Western hemisphere a practical and living alsp will yisit Brazil and before returning to Washington the middle pf next the president to Charleston were his son the latters Marvin secretary and naval EdwlK Watson and to Makp JTrip James am his Ed and Capt aides were to accorfibany him orf We Vale Thanksgivihgf Day will find the ship in the The president islookhig forward that day with a great deal of for those have yet tiross that are Infor a good ducking before meet King Nep tune and get equatorial di Roosevelt is the second time since his re President Roosevelt today expressed heartfelt ap preciation for the thousands of mes sages congratulating him on his vic torious race for a second Where Is Awaited on Cruise UNITED STATES Washington Charleston DOMINICAN JK Leeward Islands Windward xx SALVADOR XvSxCOSTARICA dent hoped some deep sea comes the 3200 Brazil the final 1100milelap1 to The participating parley are participating parley T Dollar Day Attracts Hundreds Of rp vp j Shoppers 1 o tlovis 1 oday State Rests In Trial Of Two Meld1 n Robbery Of Raybourn New Mexico Election Returns Not Yet In SANTA At trie office of Secretary of State Elizabeth Gonzales today it was announced that official county returns had been re ceived from 22 of the states 31 coun but that less than half had been checked and nbtotals would be available for a few days Two counties had to court or ders for a advices here A third was involved Tugwell Resigns Secretary Post To Become Executive With Molasses Company In New York Bex ford Tugwell announced today he had resigned his two jobs in the Roosevelt administration to in a molasses In Tugwell told newsmen he had handed President Roosevelt his resignation as under secretary of agriculture arid admin istrator of the Resettlement Admin Utratlbiu Shortly American Molasses New J rousEra For Lea Gpunty anc gas men with State Lane Commissioner shrank Vesely agreed that southeastern New Mexico field on one of the most prosperous tn its Conferring were Hale of chief of the Federal and Gas Leasing and John Alden of supervisor of the di vision Bernard Hanson and Thomas district engineers of v plan of drilling was discussed but New Mexico cannot per mit thiSfprm Qf the enabling act and a state institutional provis Vesely Under the a well is drilled to serve adjoining tracts uniter different MUST MAIL SECURITY BLANKS BY SATURDAY employers that applica tlonblauks nmlle4 to them under the Social Security through the local postofflce must be returned by was ilsswed today by assistant The returns so far have been slower than was the officials said Blanks not returned before the must be sent to the Social Security board headquarters at Bal timore with a notation on delinquency of Clovis merchants swungintotheir first citywide Dollar Day today with an array of bargains that have stimu lated Fall buying and have giverf Clo vis shoppers a real thrift Every buyer who is thrifty in his or her buying wants as much for the dollar as can be This Is natural and as it should Mer chants realize this buying tendency and theyhave set today aside asan event in which they have gone more than half way in meeting this demand for realthrift in They are moving old merchan dise It is brand new Nothing shelf worn and shoddy is TKey are making Dollar Day time their shop They want you to become better acquainted with what they carry in theirvast lines of And they meet The eventhas Clovis to day a Big of shoppers from a They know bargains and they are Dollar Day is a big 30 DAYS AND COSTS HUNTERS Attention nuiunts a Deer head tanning and 400 Taxidermist NEW HOTEL FOR CAPITAL SANTA Tom Closson of Santa Fe announced today money was on plans were being drawn and construction wpuld begin next spring on a quarter million dol lar hotel The hotel will be located either on the or on Don Caspar Closson ss was sentence given WUe Want and it t done a But it has because since It was plac ed in wr Want Ad columns to run thirty days it has netted the advertiser over worth of M And the was not so much eitherVonly Pei word per minimum of 15 on the roonth contract MORETHAN EVER ITS NEWSJOURNAL WANT ADS FQR RESULTS Drive HaMWaySpot With subscription barely to the halfway murk in its drive for Red Cross organizations of Curry county have been called for a meeting here Friday afternoon at At the offices of Red Cross today it was said subscriptions were close to about half of the Quota of set for the Lea WHS hopeful that the drive may prove successful in the closing days of the which closes Thanksgiving H French Minister Takes Own Life 18 French minister of the in today In what his said was anact of The ministersdeath was caused by gas his brother The first announcement of SaJen gros death had said it followed a short illness from a heart Henri declared his brothers body was found by a maid who entered the ministers bedroom after she smelled a strong odor of Salengro had closed the stopped up the cracks In the doors and opened the gas his brother The campaign of infamy recently curried on against my brother drove him to Henri Salengro Although he was completely exon erated he committed HABEAS CORPUS HEARING COMES UP ON MONDAY Attorney For Billingsley Seeking Defendants Habeas corpus proceedings in be half of charged in with the murder of will be held next Monday in district according to his Billlnjgsley is charged jointly with Raleign DaUgherty in the death of the MUor whose heck was in house trial was set for but the habeas corpus hearing for Bil lingsley will precede to the move for a wrjt of habeas one of Billingsleys bondsmen him in yesterday and he was still in jail to Billingsley hiis been accused of the actual although he was with Dougherty at the Asks Industry To Help riounced Jie would become executive vicepresident iririi r V r in the l president hoyr en route to BuenosAires the White House hmde public Tugwells letter of resignation and the latters acceptance with the statement that later on I fully expect ask you to back to additional i Tugwell told reporters chief deputy in the Re settlement would suc ceed him in that Spokesman at the agriculture de partment said they had no idea as to who might succeed Tugwell as under i 52yearold former has been much interested in racial and tenant problems and has been Tugwells assistant for a year and a The White House exchange of let ters disclosed no definite date for Tugwells resignation to become ef fective was the president asserting that he had returned from his trip to South America that could be talked over between AERIAL SURVEYOR IS GUEST OF KIWANIANS Bob of San who is conducting an aerial survey of Roosevelt and DeBaca In connection with the Soil Con servation gave an interest Ing description of his skywork before members of the Klwanis club at their weekly luncheon Although most of pictures Col tharp has taken of Curry County are now being the surveyor had several taken in New Mexico and one of TexicoFarwell which he ex hibited at the close of his The pictures are taken from an al titude of three to five If good weather the surveying of Curry county will be completed in five Coltharp told the As a part of the more than square miles will be surveyed in this including parts of Colo rado and New Turn To Murder In Death Probe Investigator Now Declares Reid Russell Did Not Take Own Life LOS his belief that Reid Russell was the victim of a love Captain Clyde Plummcr planned today to seek a court order to exhume the body of the 28year old friend of Novelist Gouverneur Reid was found shot to death 25 in a lawn swing at the palatial Morris home in Manhattan Police of the beach community at the time reported the case a This is a love slaying and not a declared district attorneys chief We have eliminated the suicide As for the love slaying I can say now is that I have informa tion to support The decision toask for exhumation of the Plummer is based on a report made by Edward ballistics that in his opinion the pistol found in Russells hand showed signs of not having been fired for long Another was that the ejected shell of the bullet killed Russell has would shell de liberately taken away fatal shot was fired other poinc than the one at which the body was Dailey Will Reopen His Law Duke City J ALBUQUERQUE Joseph assistant adminis trator ofthe Rural Resettlement Ad will submit his resigna tion and return to Albuquerque to practice he said a patient in Josephs said he planned to open his law office1 after His resigna tion will be forwarded to Washington within the next few He was ordered to enter the hos pital by his physician yesterday to take a restafter a severe attack of bronchial He will remain there several Matthews And Walden Are Identified By Victim As Assailants The state rested its case against Weldon Matthews and John Wal den this afternoon after a succes of witnesses hud given a chain of testimony link them with the robbery of Claude Ray Clovis cattle last Sep whose testimony tured the morning identi fied the defendants as the men he said knocked him in the head and took from him about three miles southwest of Other witnesses this morning were their 11yearold Ab Ar thur Phil Sheriff Thomas and Deputy Sheriff Bill Raybourn testified that the two men came to his pens in the stock yards about dusk one evening and described cattle they wanted to They said the about three four miles southwest of according to and he went with them to see the Be fore going to the he he stopped at the Antlers bar to cash a Under cross examina tion he said he took one drink be fore x Men Struck Him When the car in they riding got about three miles from one men struck him With an that look ed like a and he folled Out of the car intothe borrow He toldabout making his way to the farm home of Mullis a little over a mile Mullis brought him to Defendants Identified Raybourn and Jessie both identified th6 defendants as the men who came to see and another cattle buyer at the said the two men a little him with the same proposition they made to Jones and Arthur who were leading a horse toward town from the testified that the car containing Raybourn and the defendants stopped by them and Ray bourn asked them for a They the starter of the car became hung and they helped push Were With Raybourn manager of the Antlers ho tel said and when Raybourn came in to SEE 8 Dead Mans Glands Transplanted To Living With Remarkable Success story of a dead mans glands transplanted Into another man to bring him from abnormality to normal life for two years was ported today before the Southern Medical Hugh Young ami William Pidusoh of the Brady Clinic of the Hopkins hospital discussed the together with that ofan other man who apparently return ed permanently to normal after a similar gland As described by the first ease was that of a 48yearold man whose glands failed to secrete the powerful hormones which regu late the bodys Shortly after he asked for an operation it was found that a healthy yqung man was to exe cuted at a nearby in two There followed a remarkable experiment of i Arrangements were made and immediately following the execu the glands were removed and rushed to Youngs clinic where they were quickly transplanted to the abnormal As a result the individual chang ed almost immediately into a dif ferent the Johns Hopkins scientists Two years later he reported a gradual decline to his old how apparently due to a failure of the transplanted glands to continue Young On other hand a a2yearold man who was also abnormal re ceived n similar gland transplant at another clinic and had continued ina normal state1 for many he having graduated from college Up Labor Slack 18 Pres ident called on Industry day to give a fajil of jobs tq older workers and to unskilled labqr He deplored the policy under which he of the largest indus tries will not hire workers over 40 years of In a issued at the White House as the chief executive travelled toward South Roose velt said reemployment has Increas ed with the result that re ft Madame Ernestine Schumann Heink belonged to the immortality of song A world that loved a great artist Belongs To Immortality lief rolU Jn August were 28 per cent under the peak of families and single reached in Januarv Despite this he continued a large number of unemployed reI main on the WPA and other govern mental and a great woman paid the pld diva tribute in But at the hillside home above Hollywood where she passed away last her children arranged a private funeral to meet one or her last re Death came peacefully late weakened by a severe chronic anemia despite blood the tralto lapsed into a As her heart beat its last at 721 three and a Haugh er a series of famous con in her They were Ferdinand motion picture Henry film technician GeorSo Schumann his mothers business and Marie or San Two sons of Ihe sinser were killed Ui the World Hans Schumann HeinH a German and August a doughboy in the The aliment which caused Madame SchurnannHeinks death grave six months halting her on the f threshold of a film career which Producer Lasky predicted would make her an outstanding It was Lssky who gave her a bit in her first Heres tp Ro her characterisation was so favorably received upon the pic tures release last year that ft rival concern pross coun try to Chicago to sign her to ft con V The rivaj won As the neyv of Madame Schumann Ifelnks death was made spon taneous pf SQiTpw and ac claim of her genius were evoked from noted Daughter of an Austrian army of ficer and an Italian Madame SchumannHeink was born in June She attracted atten tion as a child musical prodigy and was still in her teens when she be came a prima Perhaps her greatest roles were in the Wagnerlan climaxed by her appearance at She sang rt then New finally Coming to United States to make her homein She vvas married three When Europe plunged Into1 war in she endured the suffering com mon to the mothers of It was made more with for then she had sons on both sides of the con As she reached the knew age had taken its toll of her golden gift of but she explained the real music comes from the not Ihe Besides her four children two others they are Walter Shu mann of expectedtofly to Hollywood to Uttend the and Charlotte Grief of Ger GERMANY MOVE TOGETHER Act Simultaneously In An Official Today Exodus From Madrid Starts As Fascist Army Into City By The Associated Press Italy and the worlds great Fascist proclaimed an European Fascist triumvir ate today by formally recogniz ing the insurgent government of DictatorResignate Franc i c Franco in Berlin and Romeacted simul i In an official communi que announced that In censer quence of the fact Franco has taken possession of the great er part of Spain and in the remaining Spain one cannot speak of the exercise of a responsible governing1 pow Italy had decided to recog nize Francos and begin diplomatic relations In German government IssuecLia virtually identical coijuMHjiisi 7 wartorn Spain from the fascist battle lines said in surgent tanks armored cars had crossed a military bridge into drid and were making a stand the Paseo de Resales in the western part of the Fight at Close Quarters t at close raged in the the northwest part of Warweary thousands streamed but of the citys packed subway stations after a night of terror to view the charred skeletons of buildings and the gaping shell and bomb craters in the heart of the Reports from Saint Jean de said Spanish troops estimated at were mas sed on the Bay of Biscay scene of some of the bloodiest fighting of the for an attempt to recapture San Jam Into Subways 18 fourdeep in subway terrified women and children made an underground city of bombarded and desieged Madrid and jostling for room or even curling up on the plat forms Madrilenos sought safe refuge from aerial bombs and artillery shells while fascist invaders and defending militiamen foughthouse to house in a corneof the Many Fleeing Many of those whife jammed the subway stations tried to push aboard trains running to the eastern sections of Madrid and away from the bom barded western and central The exodus to the eastern areabe gan after fascist bombers rained ploslves insurgent gunners sent a barrage of into the bus iness and residential Few Madrilenos slept during the night as the thunder of a terrific bombardment from fascist batteries echoed throughout the terrorized Fires Break Out in the central district as insurgent invaders threw all able man and gun power intp the drive to capture The northwestern section was trans formed into nomans land attackers and defenders fought building to building battles in the University City The heaviest artillery and aerial assault on Madrid since stw of the civil war four months ago today began with shelling of the central business district at yester Press Probe Of Rupp Shooting 18 po lice pressed their investigation today of the wounding of Deputy Game Warden Morrison Rupp who remained in a critical condition at a Clayton Attending physicians would not al low the investigators to question tjve 28yearold Clayton resident whp previously refused to divulge his as Rupp drove Into Clayton aruvmd noon Sunday and after tailing Police Chief rounds he had woun ded slumped over the wheel 9f car in a
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