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   Santa Fe New Mexican (Newspaper) - January 9, 1940, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                THE SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN The Oldest Newspaper in the Founded in 1849 PAGES TODAY MBMBKR AUDIT BUREAU OF OIRCOLATION8 SANTA FE NEW JANUARY 1940 THE NEW MEXICAN 18 READ BY PERSONS DAILY PRICE FIVE CENTS X th Pal Roll pnn iboating in New Mexico aint fused to be on the In Lea county was once a Old Man Itnowlng andbars and eddies now he the public welfare depart I las had a colorful ac f to Jennie dl bf the who said artments rules forbade glv the He was a pilot Mark Twain was twirl spokes of a steering of the and knew him to Aid Irnor Miles Is in Hot Springs Thavlng gone there from the 1 day dinner In nd a meeting of the Carrie hospital He Is ex to return Hurt I Enid Cope of Roswell today table to be present at the ex having been Injured in accident below Lamy on to Santa Resident of the cosmetology I remained at her hotel this Her rorted not to be Copes car skidded on an Jeteh of going Into the I She was able to come into JPe In her own after a Ir pulled It out of the as suffering from severe Classroom Jail of Representatives looked fclassroom this forenoon with j state board of cosmetology i state board ot chiropractic holding s werrWttppllcanta lor halr fcs class 1 said Edna Peter secretary of the other members ot her board Dorothy Albuquer and Enid vice four applicants for chlroprac came from four states Illinois and Art is a chiropractic board members Las ent and Al byre not so hard this speaking of the i The reporter thought He upside the question What Is haircut Nothing difficult about that he came to the second What Ir thinning Theres a dlf His Santa lie welfare department em in the Eddy county at recently were nearly ed out of their ac f to a report to Jennie state welfare when walked through the door up like a movie actor and hlng a roU of 15 months he had been trying to for a but had table to get proof of his get about that the He added that Just gotten a Ohrtstmaa It from Secretary his xl to buy himself a pbe and a ticket to Washing visit the Jail il one of two Canon Illecitos men fined each panola for possession of elk elected to go to Dls IGame Warden Hayden Wiley ed Natividad Is I to raise the has left for Tlerra Am where the county Jail is lo to Hot Miles has been added i honor roll In the 1MO Fight le Paralysis ac word from Keith Mor MUonal chairman of the cctn for the celebration of the Fits Mexicos chler executive has Kd membership in the oom I1 National Committee of Oov finted Colonel Santa Pe Presidents Plateside Chat Leaves His 1940 Plans Unanswered Demo Leaders Hear FDR Make Jovial and Philosophic al Talk at Jackson Day Dinner at Washington Last Night By HAROLD OLIVER 9 Roosevelts plateside chat to Jackson day lauding inde pendent political thinking and joshing everyone from Re publicans to brought cheers and left unanswered today the question of his future Democratic leaders who heard the chief executive make a jovial and philosophical talk at last nights plate celebration interpreted his remarks variously as an Indirect bid for a third as or merely as a studied effort to keep em Many Agree Most of the party bigwigs laugh ingly agreed with Roosevelts own that he was a selfmade riddle and predicted that the riddle would go unsolved for weeks or Even though the president failed to allude to the third term Heads State Drive for Finn Relief Property Enigma by Uw Years Ago Secretary speaking In Des said flatly that he hoped the nominee in 1940 would be HATCH RAZZED Democrats at last nights Jackson day banquet here laughed as much at themselves as they did at the three Republican leaders of con gress who declined invitations to be The Jacksonlans fun at their own expense began with the Introduc tion of Senator New Mexico Democrat and author of the act barring most federal officeholders from political As one the Democrats booed President And at Cleve land Robert newly ap pointed attorney came vir tually as close to advocating a third Frivolity was the keynote of the dinner and Roosevelt was In a storytelling But his speech had some serious Taking as his theme by their ye know he tfildhls hearers Ir Wasrington and at 44 other dinners that it was not so much the party to vhlch a leader but the deeds he per formed in the Interest of the gen eral welfare that People tell he went that I hold to party ties less tenaciously than most of my predecessors In the that I have too many in my administration who are not ac tive party Organisation I admit the soft My answer Is that I do believe In party but only in pro portion to its proper place in gov The he lies with those wise political leaders who re alize that the great public Is Inter ested more In government than in politics that the independent vote In this country has been steadily on the increase The growing Independence of vot after has been proved by the votes In every presidential elec tion since my the tendency is on the I am See PRESIDENTS on Page 3 Fiesta Council to Sponsor Fete Tony president of the Santa Pe Fiesta announced today the council would underwrite the Coronado Cuarto Centennial commissions Santa Pe pageant scheduled for June The decision was made at a council meeting late yesterday aft The councils action to sponsor the pageant came after a request from the Coronado commis sion seeking a local sponsoring Can Pay Rent From Court Fund The attorney generals office held in an opinion today that rent for offices used as district attorneys headquarters might be paid from the district court Assistant Attorney General writing to District Attor ney Martin Threet of Las expressed belief the court fund could be used for any purpose connected with of He he thorough ly disagreed with a theory ad vanced of late that court fund might be used for any public pur pose and were subject to no audit Sidelights on Jackson Day Dinners Bj the AiiocUUd Frai President in Washing ton The future lies with those wise political leaders who realize that the great public Is Interested more In government than In poll tics that the independent vote in this country has been steadily on the Secretary at Des Molnes I hope that the nominee In 1940 will be President if Roosevelt cannot be Induced to run can a man be chosen who has deeply rooted In him the fund amental atttltudes of a a a Wilson or a Roosevelt Other Fellows Plans Solicitor General at Cleveland Why not let Roose velt know the other fellows plans before he decides about a third instead of Jetting the other fellows know his plans so they can decide We dont want the great est assset of the Democratic party put in Paul federal security at The things for which Franklin See SIDELIGHTS on Back Page French Solons Stage Fight 9 fight be tween rightist members and a hand ful of former Communist deputies today marked a riotous beginning of the 1940 session of the French par The Communist party In FVance was outlawed shortly after the start of the As the session opened 12 former Communist of them in on the floor of the Georges dean of the was about to deliver a speech just after the session was declared open when rightist deputies objected to the presence of the form er In the uproar that Levy Alphandery temporarily suspended the Premier Daladler did not attend because of a fractured Daladlers injury also caused post ponement of a cabinet meeting scheduled The Injury was announced yesterday but it was not disclosed how it Arizona Man Is Sentenced Merle formerly of Wins was sentenced to from one to five years in state prison here today by District Judge David Cha on his plea of guilty to a forgery just released from the Arizona state where he had served a IHyear term for the same was charged with forging and cashing a forged check In He was brought to Santa Fe by Sheriff Roberts of McKlnley Francis prominent Santa Fe is heading the state wide drive tor Finnish relief Wilson has begun a tour of the state helping perfect the various county organizations which will begin the drive Navy Asks Improvement for Guam w 1 1 An Editorial This week THE NEW MEXICAN printed a story in which State Highway Engineer Barton Dwyre aMertcd his department might abandon its plan of patting up a new district headquarters building in Santa Fe because of the high coat of Santa Fe real He mentioned the fact that in other cities such sites are provided at a tow cost because those interested In expanding these communities have placed a high return value on such an im Such new mean additional employes living In the therefore more more Dwyre would be very poor engineer indeed if he didnt seek to obtain the best site for the least He is o be commend ed for But If the bear out his contention that a suitable site can be obtained at a prop er then it is time for the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce to do Property values are high in San ta perhaps too And one often hears the complaint that the desirable property Is tied up in the hands of a We dont know what caused Dwyre to make his assertion but we do know that this town Is touched in the head if it doesnt make an effort to attract things like a district highway If such a building is to be built It should be erected Its a part of the state system of offices and buildings that this town prizes dearly and isnt something to be chased away to the southwest or in any other Heres a chance for the Cham ber of Commerce to do BritishFrench Union May Be J iSays Prime Minister Chamberlain Reviews Wars Progress to Date Says Conflict at Sea Has Not Proven Unsatisfactory i Is Greeted by Cheers 9 Minister Neville reviewing the wars progress to said today British union with France may become so valu able that neither of us can give it It might even develop into something wider and he because there is nothing which could do more to precipitate the start of a peaceful reconstruc tion which would make permanent its result than i such a Cheers greeted his statement that a perma nent BritishFrench Finns Hunting Down Fleeing Reds Thousands Roaming Bleak Arctic Region B i patches from Finland today declared On British merchant shipplngYnd thousands of terrified fac Wjth reports here that a new min of union wouifl benefit the whole Chamberlain spofee ar ora mayors luncheon his first public appearance of the new which he said woMid be a fateful one for the whole Mastery of Seas The prime minuter asserted Ish mastery of the seas Is unim paired but what was happening in the air and on the land is merely preliminary to the main Chamberlains coincided with a renewal of Nan air atacks to Battlp Rages on Lynch Bill 9 members from the north and the south reached down In their dic tionaries today for words to laud and lambast the antllynchlng a recurring issue In election The debate expected to avail nothing than tiPpm Ofe cipants on record for political The measure is certain of house probably It won the right to consideration yesterday 255 to 114 and will be sent to the senate by about the same After it faces a stiff going over from southern same group which filibustered a similar bill to death In Request Included in Solons Told 9 miral Harold Stark told congress today that the navy is seeking to carry out much of the proposed improvement program at the tiny Pacific Island of Gaum which the legislators rejected last Presbyterian Church Head to Visit Here Moderator Called Brilliant Orator ing death or were aimlessly lslrv I roarning the bleakcold east of central as a result of the Finns destruction of the Red armys 44th I Finnish ski scouts were said to be j rounding up the Russians or an nihilating them as the rout con Unued I Great numbers were doomed to death In the intense reports while others were dying of Remnants of the Rus sian 163rd which the Finns reported cut to pieces late in De as well as the were repotted being mopped imperial would be wuh Cnurclllu first lord of the admiralty aa ordinator of the navy and alr prlme minister was expected Januflrv 16 to critics of HoreBellshas retirement as secretary of state for Hore Bellsha today surrendered his seal Of office to King on the first day of food ration mg the public was given to understand that it was only the beginning and that restrictions soon mlgnt extend to o t nut Stark S Statement causea an out burst of questioning by members the house naval affairs committee Samuel modera tor of the Presbyterian Church in the United will be In Santa Pe on January accord to announcement en Sunday at I the First Presbyterian church who fought the Gaum the preceding he chief of naval maite a tour of Presbyterian said the request for the funds have missions in this On Sunday been Included In the budget for the j he will preach in the Presbyterian 14th Hawaiian j church in Las Vegas while explained that procedure Hlgginbottom will ocupy the pulpit was adopted because the navy did Of the church In Santa not need any congressional authorAfter spending Sunday afternoon zatlon for work In that in Santa Pe they will motor to Not Covered Albuquerque to preach in the eve We want you gentlemen to know ntng in the Presbyterian church i exactly why we did it that The not concerned with was absolutely no Higglnbottom Is president of the antllynching bill just was In recess but Is expected to give its blessing tomorrow to a special study of the na tions fiscal Senator McNary of the Republican who blocked senate approval of the proposition was reported to have come to terms with Senator Harri son the McNary wanted the study to Include national defense Harrisons proposals would set up a 24man committee to study both the sources of revenue and pros pective government spending to determine whether Uuncle Sam can get by this year on less House leaders Interfere with their plans to pass an appropriation bill a week for the next several NEWS FLASHES 9 studio union chaired that producers have chiseled on a 10 per cent wage agrwd to last and demanded immediate BttUe of SoiHons conUn no advantage to either i Charge Desertion tion proceedings have been insti tuted by the Shawnee county at torney to return from New Mex ico Lee former Topeka news charged here with child The ootnpialnt wu filed 18 by who realties here with her two Robert and The couple was divorced in At the sheriffs office uty Rael tald Jones hod posted bond of pending fur ther LOB With the arrival of Senator Robert today from were cam pleUsd for rMomption of the civil liberties tncjalry Into California labor Five film a Uny atoll In Uu Atlantic 150 mila off for a landing place when their ptone beoaoM dtaabtad high the water FORT f UP Clliott to day a redaction te of UM TCSM network from M to U staUotw la ardor to and It t OP General John Perching cioae to the towUe of na tional defence instead of Uhing hit nwUmary winter Johnson to Hear City Sewer Case A stipulation has been signed agreeing upon District Judge Bryan Johnson of Albuquerque to hear the action brought by various San ta Feans seeking to halt work on the proposed sewer City Attor ney Mclntosh said The as requested dis qualification of Judge David Cha of this The stipu lation was signed by as city and at torney for the Mclntosh No date lor hearing of the suit has been Mclntrwh pend intention of trying to cover it the Allahabad Christian College in The work is j India and has been active on behalf chiefly dredging for underwater i of the blind and Both he runways in construction of breakj and have been The project defeated last J As a the Finns were said munjque today reported reconnals to have concentrated their attention nlgnts over the Nonh cm disorganizing Russian supply whlle Mld pa lines and destroying field trol5 attacked advanceposta Even the hardiest Russians found west f v mounulns anfl tlieir morale slipping as they were forced to fight day after day wlth out these reports 1 Reports from many quarters agreed that n a weeks action about i SuomussaJml about t were killed and more than Between and 15000 Red army soldiers were repotted to be making a hazardous i While the victories in central Pin PJ d were received with jubilation in the Finnish the Finns verp said to realize the may be only Dispatches Indicated Uiat the Finns expect the invaders to make another drive on the Karelian the Saar i machine guns and hand i but were easily The French said British forces sank a German submarine yesterday but i gave no i Germans reported capture 01 the first British officer on the west ern a wounded artilleryman who later died in a I Main Struggle In preparation for the main Chamberlain Eng successes land as reaclv to any invader i See BRITISH on Page 3 year would have cost decorated thrice by the British Gov Both are brilliant pulpit auuiurui HIP wiaejy tin umieu Stark reminded that naval ba or by the special Hepburn naval mna natlve f That program would have cast ap proximately Storm Center The latter project was a storm center during debate of the navys naval air base program last year and was rejected after opponents contended it constituted an un Cantelou Dies in William for many years a resident of Santa died at necessary affront to The j Iast njKnt in cnnon Uland is only a few hundred miles where he had boen residing from according to word received by mem Regarding other phases of naval jbers of the family Stark told the He Is survived by his tee that present studies indicate and that the navy will build or 1 Stanley both of Santa Laagcr and by a Louis Cantelou he are not of Stark gave this information In Milford left ome for Canon response to questions as to what he City to bring the body to Santa Fe thought of talk In congressional where funeral services and intcr clrcles about building superbattle jment will be Funeral arrange of or Is Still Aivc Still unable to or Lewis 27vearold former was yet alive today at Vincents over 72 hours nft er he hnd to end his life with a bullet through HLs physician maintained there iittip hope for his but admitted tliat allcKfri slay er of Frances Mae here last fnd a slight Waltons Mary Wal ton of and sister ar rived Monday to be at The former Terrrro mine born Jniif nt N was alleged by B coroners jury Sat urday to have fired thr shots winch ended thr life a furin throiiRh Ills own head when oilirers Governor Sees Big Majority Miles left a predic tion here today that the Democratic party would earna larger majoritv in New Mexico this year than ever Democrats may oppose rach oth Santa Fe Youth Is Found Dead menW will be announced Cantelou was 72 years of ace at the time of his He 8 member of Montezuma Lottee 1 of Masons in Santa Fe and of the India Ancient Arnlw Order of Noblrx of tlir Mystic Esterlno of Santa at Oklahoma wellknown In local baseball Ing clearing up and of and CayeUno of certain Napoleone of this diccl this I morning at according to word received A coroners Jury convened there j this morning found that Napoleone came to his death by reason of cidental gas poisoning and tuffo Public Employes On 8hour Day All county and municipal employes of New Mexico are lim ited to an eighthour working Attorney General Pilo Sedllllo held His opinion was written for chairman of the Bern county board of all Minor Ixivircn cars n Jones of the Jones Tnriltv krt and Witdr of the CerrillosHaiiicxk has been reported to city poiu The room where he was sleeping was equipped with a tank gas which District Attorney Pavld Carmody apparently went out or was blown out and not turned The body was to be brought this state game afternoon to the SayreAndrew funj HLNTER FINED Odls San Jon has lxcn fined at Tucumcarl nr Ing game birds without n District Oame Wardcn rrportcfl M nr Mother of Poslal Official TomnMta 72 of J Alfoiwo of nt Kc mid o Uo ArrUjii county ciid tins nitirnltii a Mde i var a Ntn fcav 0 H i Kr in n it M moirow fcr Iw In a them shoulder to Tlie governor was one of the speakers at the New Mexico Jack day Neariv 300 partisans attended the 25aplate Texas R a 1 1 r o n d Thompson of made the principal ccm paring Rooseve with An drew Former Goterrior Clyde Tinpley was he party leaders but he did no DibtrKt Judge David said Andrew Jackson w its a poliucal were as many disappointed crats in dav as are in New Mfxloo in Miles day Fosmcr T rapped pro hibits politliiil he Tin1 I of s if H i ei N Sliips Jail i n another reitj Napoleone is erated previous contention thai 1VBd by ms B insurance were exempt Mary two Joe and from payment of municipal occupa tlon He said an erroneoui belief in cecuona Utat only life insurance agents were and other SIDEWALKS OF SANTA FE s Hurl in Motor sri iN CHINESE DEPORTED MEXICO Twentythree Chinese members of the crews of the German liners sunk at tea in an at tempt to reach and Orin now refuging at were en route to Cludad ChU huabua today for repatria 1 The Mexican government ordered who left to leave the country as soon u pos sible for Must Remqdeling Tax j Ke nepubljcin Iruons at i of their j have decided that eitlici Maiuirl I former county wviuoi sup Attorney General Fllo Sedlllo held j or torinrr Judge M A that county clerks mmt remit i would be the uuswrr to monthly the taxes collected under their dream of a candidate lur capltol remodelling the accordins to what thi say stituUonallty of which U bring asj oil the tailed in dlitrtct court wst U could not ajscertninra to Sedlllos opinion held that tne money tiitirr tuui should be wnt to the ktatr treaai brcn aikrd muitn urer and that no means was proi Sound ellrctM It is c vided In the for county citrits wrKd tnat thr samegiuuii c MUlng up special lund lor the tax puiccU Coi H levied agairut initrumenu llled lor Catron to oppow 1 tlerrez for police I iir i i vcr U t ci I f u in Ural trd Ail y I eTe ur I Thr Krv Kd ne vvediner tiieir und ttruk an nuUiiiu Mle driven bv Otis lex Sam Ural All wcrr bminiht he1 lb injured rjoiuly thf Htv Kus M ii liKin m th H i Ji 1 30 Hf x t 191 I J 3 in Irg   

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