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Clovis New Mexico Evening News-Journal (Newspaper) - December 28, 1936, Clovis, New Mexico cloudy south probity snow northwest portion1 tonight and Tuesday little change In E CLOVIS NEW T MEXICO VENING NEWSJOURNAL WEATHER West Texas cloudiness and warmer night Tuesday cold er In the Panhandle In DECEMBER 1936 New Mexicos Greatest Newspaper EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS ELIEVE DEAD AIR CRASH Germany To Avoid Embroilment In Spains War Will Permit Volunteers To Report Stated will aVold war measures against socialist Spnlrt but probably will permit Volunteer fighters to con tinue to wllfpr the and may1 donvoy German vessels with In authority said These insisting the actual tleeUion Uiip to Rclchsfuelircr AdoU nevertheless outlined the inont likely course for the third tofollow the near TACOMA YOUTH KIDNAPED 10 Out For Election To City Commission Ransom Contact To Be Made Sometime Tliis Afternoon Cooley Added To List Announced FACES DEATH IN COLORADO CAS CELL In her dealings with the relch will Skirt as Closely as possible along the edge of without ac tually getting Into Withoutspecifically admitting Germany probably will continue quiet ly to proven the sailing of volunteers for She willSend ribwhole divisions of the German for that would mean Gerrnany1 willavoid an actual With a field of ten candidates lined up for the race for five city commissioners posts in the oncom ing general city election political pot boiled briskly in Clovis Two candidates seekingreelec tion and a third nonincumbent add ed their names to the list of seven candidates for commissioner late Saturday Seeking re election are Mayor McGrath and Commissioner Hamil The third candidate to file was Edward Cooley of district While registration for the election were reported as very registration at city hall re ported only five registrations since tft w Y vi u armed rescue of the seized freighter politicalspotlight fo held by the Spanish gov cused today on a number of inter ernmentat Bilbao as a contraband but most likely will station aformidable part of the relchs fleet district races for v A threeway race between Theo Rozzell andNed Houk in district at San or some other fas three was claiming most of the atten meetand convoy tv any German vessel bound fpr fascist tion Houk was the first can didate to forcommissioner fromthis district and in the city German sources said the when he filed last ieich felt a FrancoBritish Christ In his attempt at reelection Ham mas urging a cessation of volun ilton will face Roy Keeter irt the teer enlistments in had come race fpr commissioner in district top Cooleyand George Bell will also Germany will in all likelihood point stage a twoway race for the it was that as as post in district August 17 she and Italy urged that J of Clovis such volunteer enlistments on either and candidate for commissioner from side be district will oppose Frank Moritz con in the third of twoway racesinthe i Der among his Inner cir candidate from cle repeated loomed today as the only that hiiist tWttr come to with the some arrangement With With the deadline for filing what it l one has comeforth to t i fj oppose Key as commissioner in that See Hope for Solution Meanwhile the board of registration Of German Situation was for lastminute the Ansoclntcd Priw Death in the Colorado execution chamber was mandatory for Frank in a verdict returned bya which killing 10YearOld Youth Snatch ed From Home Of Wealthy Physician police who de clined to allow the use of his reported today the Mattson family has been directed to make contact with the kidnaperof Charles some time this He revealed the contact was ordered established through pub lication of a want ad in a Seattle official said the instructions were included in the note left by the kidnaper when he abducted Charles from the Mattson living room last He also confirmed1 that the note demanded Demands v Of the official the kid naper demanded in old bills small two dol and the remainder in old bills of or In each the official ther bills were ordered to be old and United Airliner Plunges Into Canyon After Striking Ridge Near California Missing All Night SEARCHERS SPOT WRECKAGE FROM AIR ONLY 15 MILES FROM TERMINAL NO SIGNS OF LIFE AT THE SCENE Airlines today that searchers had sighted the wings of an airplane mountains north of presumably their missing airliner with 12 persons The wreckage was seen from the air near about 15 miles from airport whoflew his own plane returned to Burbank shortly after 10 and told United Airlines executives that he saw the wings of the ship on a p Dickinson reported that the rest of the transport plane snrefarl out in the vallev After Dickinson made hlsbrleJ re all spread out in the valley window when the man first appear a chair at the other end of the room with his back to the window He was wearing nightclothes and a l ct Observer Tells ot Find The children said the mans mask j M who was dying slipped from his face while he was in b h ft the enabling them to see he was h wreckage was j gave this darkcomplexioned with a heavy arpmlnt of the find They described him as slightly bui and poorly O the Santa Baula maJOr left in a plane early this morning f and a few minutes while flying mL i The two girls told police they saw we wreckage About the kidnaper run over the top of a wegt Weldon c terrace toward the Saukus The children revealed that Charles e had told of seeing a man in the kitchen of the home only a few mm gl ht Wreckage had into canyons and revealed Matt son surprised a man m his garage more than a week ago and found a riages jjereitfs1 more than a week ago an oun a We turnedand flew at an altitude fullypacked medical kit Wilof 200 feet and could where Ham Mattson saidtoday the kidnaper oak trees dongthe ridge had beaft when the body convenes for the last time Voters who grew to wjsh io have their names placed on day In offices of Europes the polling lists as qualified vvoters great powtersvffor diplomatic solution nre instructed to go totheir regular to the threatened spioad of the Span voting places ish civil war through German inter The continent focused its attention on snowcovered BerchtesgAden in Bavaria where Hitler pondered whlph may decide the ques tion of peace or war for London clrcjes pplnted out the de cision Dec Fuehrer must make in his Christmas retreat might go far beyond Popes Condition Unsatisfactory Womans Character Revealed In Her Mystery Surrounds Shpot ing Of Tommy Frailer Near Magdalena Qnrpafla TO Op eaflR 1O Left Side Alia Ami In sources Hitler faced the alternative of leading Ger many batik toweStcrn cooperation for peace or plunging his country Into VATICAN 28 Pope despairing of tils recov ery after a slight hemorrhage in his paralyzed left was reported tonight to havetold a church 28 ff long says one movie can keep a womans character from being revealed In Two million loots estimates Clar ence Sinclair have wnssed be fore his camera In the 12 years He or to the r Hunt Is Cancelled His statements came the middle of previously marked by no developments in the widespread search for the missing A schedul ed hunt thrbugh a wooded ravine the Mattison city estate was cancelled shortly after The Mattison home was surrounded by city police who excluded all but members of the Department of justice agents and state police made numerous unexplained trips through the 1 Checking Records police and federal oper atives checked fingerprint anp other criminal leading to an un confirmable report that investigators had found the kidnapers fingerprints oh the ransom note he dropped in the Mnttson Seattle police were informed Ta n major film flciol In this condition I cannot be From this wealth of tlie pope it is bettor that I picked up hints for judging L femitUiid nature by the pedal ex VATICAN They include Amanti chief physician to graceful Pope Plus made a thorough check ThitrleV will EO Paso of the holy condition today SUreof go io offni n nloth nf Evonly developed sturdhiess of character and decis Tingle Sun Bowl Carnival UP Opening after night of what attendants de of carnival at which SEE 3 hewill head the New Mexico repre sentation at1 the Ecuador Ambassadors Son Then Released By Gang Expects Call For CCC fastness of the Black moun southwestern New Mexicos bad held the secret today of the saw mill employe and sonof a who was found deatl under yet not thoroughly1 Two state with a phy hos been portrait photographer at and a were expected C0ma the to return 52miles kidnapers identity from the descrip southwest of tion v1 furnished by Charles Fraziers mother in Hot sister and a Seattle girl friend of the a nurse and handy did family The suspect was described as sons former patient of The lads body was found Dr He and two Pick Have A arid Henry left Seattle police scanneda coffee fora wild goat hunt saucer and water glass for flnger Late State Policeman printsand watched for coupe n mlmlu hllllllnM of here State after a hamburger stand operator said between biilkiness Policeman Ben Duran to investigate he waited on a man answering to1 and with dimpled knees the reported the the descrlbtion of Tacomas active in announced the Fra kldnaper P of Taconlas ziers but Defused say who The Mattson remaining at came upon service also declined a men guarded it pending the arrival of frioncj acting as spokesmah for them Mark Phillips Hurt arid Mattson were i Nichols said the Pickard boys had In Car apparently Having run away out of fright at what seemed logs Impulsive and ivo of either alcohor or nar A member of the family said the letters on the kidnap notewere nearly an inch the paper ordinary The searchers were told the somewhat small for his was wear ing a blue sports blue knick ers and brown house His height was given as four feet six inches 70 pounds light com brown eyes usually Teachers described him as an unus ually intelligent with a friendly and Mattson were visit ing friends in the neighborhood when the kidnaper They turned all negotiations over to Matt himself said his wife was suffering from but was not With the two remaining and Mattson waited for news in their which lies two blocks from the home of the late Wey grandfather of George who was kidnaped in George Mahan and and Metz who collected in the Weyerhaeuser were captured to prison for that To Restore Chang To Command Of of Senor reported to the state depart ment todaythat his 15yearold son bearing up well under the Broke Into Home the Engraving Santa weSdo To severehead cut Friday nounced in a last night9 pointed the automobile in which he was phone conversation that pair wan aTistol the thrle Mattlon child near ran off a Jjered into a sheep camp fdend Mauspn qnua House said Nichols understood from He searched the ment today thnt his 15yearold son Eleven stitches were taken in Phil the P ckard le o had been Restored to Thne out ranged frpm his Eoystha the W nwe bpy having been kidnaped by three foreKead tp the back of his and were chasing it when Frazier cr identified men on Christmas pverHhe right pool pf blppd and caus m He had been missing approximately Phillips left Clovis early hist week he riflo to be money This is something better than T0ss Potter super vlsoiof the Now Mexico and Was visiting relatives and friends vlspi pf the New Mexico ReUef The 8mbnssador gave details to over the Security authority in Rppse Walton acting secretary of velt and DeBaqa said today but made no request for action thqt expected a call for CCC en ribme timein and she Loft A Note He threw the note to the lift ed the boy into his arms fled toward the waterfront through the CUBAN RADICAL SLAIN trapped killed Francisco same French window by Whlqh he Cuban radical accused of leadership in the dynamiting of the newspaper Charles ajid her Branham No Change urged young inen Who qualify to Ni change was apparent in the con El Pais last September In a Virginia Chatfield pf file their applications The envoys Olmeda dltlon of Branham a radio station were sitting pn a davenpprt near the The size of the qupta tpld father he was strolling in who has been sec Is The enrollees must be he of the Army and Navy jpusly ill for almost three weeks wfth lh not enjpilees mubi oe Club 1Q p m Chrlstmas severe cpmplications follpwing a between 17 8 pf They when he was accosted by three jlas been in a coma for the past 14 must eithefeba niemjjers pf families men whp drpve up in a closed jaySLittle hope Is held for her re on relief PflY must gp tpward taking a They forced him into the Fogerspn received infprmatlpn the bpy compelled him to smoke vfll IMP ROOSFVP1 T IQ that President has authoriz a cigarette which the boy said he ed Appointment o junior assis suspected was drugged and drove with to a newly created him through the city streets for sev oa clyli service position pnly to CCC eral hours questioning him about Bulletins tQ the supervisory members of his from the Phillips House of the Massa staff Of each of the CCC camps At about 3 the boy they chusetts General hospital indicated now In the service ejected him from the automobile In today Franklin con conimissipn conducted competitive ex the southeast section of the valesplng from a streptococcus throat aminatlprt in the CCC camps last Frpm ypung Alfaro made his infection and sinus was im and approximately en way to a telephone and summoned his 111 heUme eligible for who found the boy and re FVWkllns which turned him to their home in the May fiance Miss Ethel du Miniature Train Distracts Attention Of Scientists pay per flower ATLANTIC iiinjor problems pf get ting iliil froln the electric train wtl1 tlle Christmas tree bouncfil up today at the open IUK of UK miinittl convention of the at the pf iiiiniberlng of er Lilce tlle PPnventiou raix Into Double dragging the at his his only visitors grownup boys college musters of inventors loose from a meolmnlcal nmrvol tlmt has nothing to do with the iniaii an electric triUn that does everything but curry passen gers around the lobby of the con vention hotel The convention has weighty prob lems on its collective But It looks as though therell have to be train wreck In a hotel lobby to get science bus 28 Chang it was believed will be restored to command of tha armies he led in against Generalissimo Chiang and the civil crisis his capture of the premier precipitated will soon be for Chiang was reported already to have told his erstwhile who in a sudden turn of events volun tarily gave himself he would Jbe to seat of the re and his military 1 Authorities believed the premiers recommendations for leniency would be accepted by government but to satisfy the of tice Chang would be condemned and then given a special Fatigued his Chiang canceled public engagements and rest ed under medical Abandon Hope For Climber Dangling Head Down On Rope From Cliff 28 was virtually aban today forthe life of William dangling head from a rope near the peak of a foot Scottish v Dawn disclosed the 25yearold mountain climber still liis feet far down the side of a cjlff after an allnight race by rescuers to reach Christie slipped in thesnow and disappeared in 9gully yesterdayHe was gone some time before compan ions discovered were tfie In the bottomof the we could see the fuselage that been broken It lookedall but althoughwe flew over the1 spot for several we couldnt see any signs of T t t The Dickinsons returned immediate ly to Burbank with reports of their Dickinson returned to the scene of the wreck in operations plane to assist inc guiding ground crews to the Shortly after Dickinson made his the skies and a heavy rain began hamper ing the searching Due Last Night Due at PST the planes Edward ira dioed a minute ahead of for a radio beam to direct to It was the last definite The plane was then believed within r5 miles of The Simi a man reported to authorities that the radio and lights ihv lis Home were disabled at the Instanthe heard what hebelieved was a clapof thun Later in the was in formed no one on adjoining had heard Others aboard the plane were Los Angeles dia mond and k San son of the president of the Orace Line Steamship John believedto be from El t Los Miss CoPilot Robert Stewardess Yvonne V The addresses of the last engers were not but they traveling on returntrip tickets frpm San It was at 736 Pacific when Pilot asked the control tower at the Burbank airport a beam Previously he baa ire ported he be seven minutes later than his scheduled landing time of c When the tower operator Blom WBttua and nothing further was heard from The fact that he used his day frequency taken as evidence that his radio As organized a hunt continued in Utah for a Western Air Express liner miss ing since December 15 with a crew of three and four A Northwest Airlines lost in the Kellogg mountains in northern on Saturday lP of Its Pilot Joe Ljvejrnore and Cq Pilot J NO TftACK QF STOJJ5N Sheriff Thomas said today that IIP trace haqj been found pf a 1028 Chevrolet coach stolen frpm Minnie Stephenspn Christ mas It was taken from the streets It bore New Mexico li cense 36 672 and motor
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