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   Roswell Daily Record (Newspaper) - July 5, 1930, Roswell, New Mexico                                V WEATHER UNSETTLED TONIGHT AND FRIDAY 67 to THE RECEIVES EIGHTHOUR ASSOCIATED DAILY RECORD AND EVENING NEWS COMBINED ASSOCIATED LEASED WIRE CHAVES SEW MEXICO AY JULY 1930 America Again Pays Its Inevitable Price Celebrate 154th Anniversary Freedom Automobile Accidents Take Most Lives With Total J Of Drownings Next With 57 While Fireworks Responsible For Loss Of 12 POSSES SEARCH FOR LOST PAIR ON THE RUIDOSO BROTHERS LAND STRICT SECRECY AFTER REMAINING HOURS IN AIR ALL KOIOIER SI STAINED AIR FLIGHT RECORDS BY HITTERS July ica paid its inevitable price in human life yesterday to celebrate the llth anniversary of its in The dead numbered other hundreds were Property ditmnge wtv unusually high and run into many thousands of Deaths due directly to fireworks totalled This was the largest number of such deaths recorded in the three years the Associated Press has been keeping a nationwide check day A year ago there were seven deaths ffom In 1928 there The took the inost In the past three years its Holiday toll has steadily in TEXAS COVHLE GO FOR WALK IV TO MOl NTAINS AND FAILED RETURN 21 HOURS LATER In 1928 iiast it took 54 a decline of froma year ago and ot from This was attri to much cooler weather gen The Fourth of July two ago was one of the hot days of the heat alone being responsible for p deaths that the water held less attrac tion for the holiday July es 01 a hundred or more persons ivere searching the slopes and of White Mountain for a young couple from who yitterday separated from their friends during a The telephone line to Ruidoso was out of order today as one result of the storms which struck the mouu i tin section yesterday and there weye j only meagre reports available at Tlife last name of the man is Price and the young reported to be a Miss according to information brought here motor With a party of friends from the couple spent the Fourth of July i at the Ruidoso summer resort and July The longest airplane flight in Uie world s has The finish came at CST Johnand Kenneth who rose from the plough to the luided in theFourth of July twilight at Sky Harbor airport with a worlds refueling endurance record of 41 niinjites and 30 seconds on the wings of their City of The end was unexpected as the beginning 23 days ago was inauspic A clogged filter stopped the oil flow the motor was seared from lack ol lubrication a hurried landing was made and the old record of was left 133 hours and 20 minutes EXECPION OF RALPH FLEAGLE NO AS TO TIME OF DEATH FOR BANDIT GANG LEADER WILL JJE GIVEN Canon AP Strictest secrecy will attend the execution of Ralph leader the bandit bank official of the Coloradostate pcniieHJary announced No mfarnuitiv concerning tfie time of execution will be given but in said Warden Francis and beyond 11 bare announcement of the length of time required for the hanging machine to cause no information will be forthcom It seemed that Fleagle would not go to the gallows midnight No execu tion has ever taken place under Holiday thousands who had Warden since early day flounder Gypsy Oil Company Gets Best WeD In Hobbs Area God For Barrels 1 Grimes Blows In Making 600 Barrels Second Hour Flowing Well fs Northwest Of Shell Petroleum Companys 1 BY ARTHUR BRISBANE This column dpei not reflect the edltorltl Tlews ot ihti Itll printed of our desire to have phaset ot con troversial questions The Presidents Mellon and Lord Got Your Soldiers King FOSTER ILL ANSWER CHARGE LINGLE MURDER ed in the suddenness of the They had just seen the endurance ship succored by the Big the providing plane manned by Albert and Walter two more of the brothers who learned to fly in the pastures of their farm home at Thousands thought the City on and it Continued on page 8 July Approval of extradition papers for the return of Frank alias administration j Frank from Los Angeles does not appear to to answer a of murdering Alfred newspa last June was announced by the governors office here Lavis was arraigned on the fugi tive charge an hour Bail was set for another night of monotony they could not fee the oil spurting back onto the fliers in stead of flowing into the overheated They did not know the Hunter brothers could do naught but end their move than three weeks of uninterrupted So many plsnes pockmarked the air that the blue City of sped to within 100 feet Deaths from fireworks were con lg yeslevday afternoon their friends centrated as in the two tecame alamea when Miss Haw1 of the ground beforeit was noticed previous in the New J tnorne and Mv Prlce did not return came the fpontaiiepus combust Jlidde Atlantic and Western These lengthy lists of sections to their They had gone into also had i lne moHlltaills shortly after In New Ruidoso residents and tourists noon White Mountain rears itself an elevation of 0 York where the sale of fireJ bandea themselves into posses to works is 275 persons were j search tile mountains for the lost treated for burns from bootleg lhey llatl not jound at Roman pin wheels and At least 17 persons were seriously injured in where celebration ot the day with firecrackers went on virtually unre had its cele brants who employed and even dynamite for their noisemaking and five persons were injured by stray Two others were ser iously injured while they were a lot of noise with dyna mite I fJThe two men had100 sticks ot police a 77 year old was celebrating both her frayadd the was injured when aIJomb was exploded at her destroying j The largest number of fatalities was reported from the where therewere 53 from all The densely populated middle At Jan tic states followed with 39 and the sputji had compared with 21 a mountain states continued to hareia low death list for the There only two the noisest cele ALABAMA RACE RIOT RESULTS IN JT DEATHS July person have been killed and two in jured in a rce riot that began here yesterday and was continuing The Bead Jrover A named Five ncsTO The injured Clarence A m DM named K melee is 2p from Lhings i The riot was said to have followed between and some negroes over payment of a debt ion of human Greeted By Crowd The mob milled to the center of the ignoring the deathsweep of Continued on Pane Six TOWN IS DESTROYED Transylvanian village of Bor was almost completely destroyed when fire ponsumed 260 four RAMATIi OF Flowing at the rate of barrels in 24 hours The Jyjisy Oil companys MVWNWH section blew in Thursday night and took its place as the liwit prodnctr dis covered to dale in the Hobbs pool of Lea The bottomed at 416ft feet is located a of a mile northwest of lie Shell Petroleum Corporations which is milking barrels of oil Pending pipe line connections the well is shut Gypsy officials said here The well made 250 barrels the first hour and then 600 barrels the second flowing j officials Oil men here self inal more to having beenve toed by President disagreed with nobody will deny that is I next in the would have been votes by signing A The president of the would go to men not also that pays a yearto At if we ha casualties as Francev all the States would not pay V disturbed by depressed v may fintT comfort ouv best people are set at aud extradition hear1 today declared that the ing for July 14 when officers ALMOST HOPELESS CONTEST IN SENATE ON NEXT MONDA3F MORNING July Baseball Todays Scores Brooklyn New York National League R H E 000 002 3 10 21 010 090 11 0 determined aud alltut hopeless bat Thurston and tie againct the ratification of the don naval treaty will begin on Mon and rels estimate was Tlie GypsyOil companys 1 exceeds by at least oOOTufr rels the best well discovered to date in the state of New Mexico and sets a new record for gushers of the Hobbs pool to shoot operators here this The discovery of gusher was expected to have an important bear ing on the meeting of oil men scheduled here for Monday morning by state The meeting will be attended by opera production and pipe line officials from all sections an day in the At the bidding of President Hoover the members of that branch of con gress will assemble hi special session and come to grips in dispute before adjourning for the The contest against thepaet will be OFarrell j of eastern New it was nounced here this Later reports from the Hobbs pool today said that the Grimes 1 of the Gypsy Oil company hag been connected to the Humble companys pipe line which company was go Batteries Sherdeland Spohrer Eljing to take barrels daily at First j R H Ej Boston 21 Philadelphia 140 000 5 8 6 I Hansen and j churches nd four Four waged by a small group drawn from j thousand were left Gerla nearly every faction of the another Transylvania I Its leaders will be Johnson of Cal also Only a church ancljjfornia and of New Hamp school remained untouched by the vigorous debaters Three persons were probj By a strange twist of circumstances ably fatally which one of Clarence Boyd noserious In of the automoj The many and yet re the for negroes owed an automobile bearing are the number killed in motor ac11 reported to have gone to Boyds store cidents was smaller than ou an ordi nary Sunday Thatstate had the smallest niimoer Of killed and in jured in A state law prohibits tnetise of except tiy licensed The holiday tabulated by sections of follow Sections Fireworks Causes 27 2 2 6 New England Middle Atlantic South Soutwest Midwest Northwest Mountain Pacific Coast Totals 0 0 4 0 0 0 12 17 S 4 30 4 0 11 81 13 15 3 13 4 1 6 57 at Geirger and called Clarence When he came out of fhe store he wrs struck His came to his rescue and was shot by another A crowd of 200 white men was organized and set out capture the Duringthe fighting anoth er white man named Marrs was shot ai the crowd attempted to search a the negroes were be 3 i lieved to have been Jim 10 Ayers of wounded teiug shot in the arm with a load of buckshot by one of the The negro who shot Marrs and Ayers was shot and killed by white on Page Five NEW MEXICO GETS BY FOURTH WITH THREE ACCIDENTS the brunt of the battle for ratifica tion will borne by a Swanon of the ranking minority member of the foreign re lations and naval He will receivethe active support ot the regular Republican j and of Senator j and Robinson of Arj the Democrat both ofj whom were to the London Second Game Boston 000 131 0 Philadelphia 000 Oil 0 Batteries Cantwell and Spohrer Collard and Clark hit homer first of Klein hit homer lest of Chicago R H 19 Move of them are in yearthan Bar Harbor and you learn of New the not the imitation ganized to siipply the Washington says Secretary Mellon will devote his vacation banking and corporation to his back from graduate course at u An attentive son can from his fattier than from sand professors put Ifnfs i father And does Pittsburgh 3 9 4 Batteries Osborh and Hart Bool Cincinnati 200 002 I Batteries Lucas and Styles i Elian and Hail Santa July o The fourth of a day automobile wasj weathered in New Mexico with only three bad accidents Near Estancia the Thomp son family of Albuquerque turned over when their car struck a soft A hours later in an Albuquerque hospital a baby daugh ter was born to Thompson who was not seriously hurt in the The Thompsons were going to the rodeo at The ear rolled two or three the top was crushed and three wheels wre but neither and Thompson nor their two sons and daughter were serious ly Paul Blevins was dragged forty feet and cut on the face and head when he was struck by a car driven by Tony Davatos of High Rolls at likewise at Alamogordo Alfred Hughes was thrown thru the windshield of an automobile driven by Louis Raldanado when their car was stdeswlped by a car from El Both cars were dam aged but no one was seriously In advance of the the American League 010 000 issues are clearly defined and the voting alignment fairly one uncertain factor soon the Washington 111 ratification can bebrought to a COLUNSEIES COAST TO COAST f MEAT TIME Field formerly an army racing was here tofey Batteries Pennock and Hargrave and ter a fast flight but the speed record for transcoiir tinental travel is still in the posses sion of Colonel and who left a Ev S TO p m E S failingby one 6 mtnutes to equal the 45 32 secrihds sefe jyT Colpnel Lindbergh and Jhis Louis 000 100 001 051 Batteries Cdffmari and ilanion Faber and Tatei Cleveland 010 002 Detroit 000 413 Batteries Miller aiid Hyatt Hogsett and Hayworth Philadelphia R H 12 the present The Cypy well flowed 676 barrels Uie second hour or at the rate of barrels The Oil Refining com panys State section came in tobreak all for production rccordsfor the south end of the Hobbs This well flowed 260 barrels an hour or at the rate rf better than barrels The Getty Oil companys McKin ley section blew in yesterday and was flowing last night the rate of 480 bailels an or better than barrels Tests on the Texas Pacific Coal and Oil companys State sec tion 241837 is flowing at the of 400 barrels an or at the rate of barrels This well is regarded as a most important north west extension to the proven area of the Hobbs RlTH BETTERSRECORD San July or AP Ruth San Diego bettered her own for altitude with a light plane by soaring to the foot mark here She established a record for women afioiit sismonths ago at She used a 90horsepower Barling mono plane In a grave a father and SOR lie side by Continued on j ENGINEERS SAY jf WORK TO START j IN TEN DAYS ONi 1W 2 PERSONS DROWN 001 100 00036 July Mahaffey and j Sixteen persons were drowned when Durham aud excursion boat cruising i Black Sea was IS SHOT IS WISCONSIN July July 1930 Dow a motorcycle was shot and wounded here early today in reVolver battle with three men whom heyaccpsted near the Rock Island railroad sta V population of Wisconsin is official county census totals tabulated by the Associated Press showed to This was a gain ot or 14 per cent more than the 1920 cen su population of Work will start ten days on the construction of i theatre building here by dated Theatres subsidiary of the Griffith Amusement ac cordiug to an announcement made yesterday by Gates Qoi construction Jql jtjjje I Corgan was Hobbs said was building a theatre the first in the state of gan froin Oklahoma C and is general contractor for t i Corgan annpanced yesterday that the building exclaslVe of cjon would cost woujcl be pi fty local labor will be ra ployed qn the building and tracts will be made Ten days ago Consolidated Theatres started excavating on property recently purchased by thejn just west of the building on West Third strett H Corgan building would two small the theatre proper td mat 1200 per sons and to be the fery last word In theatre add equipment Corgan   

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