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Clovis Evening News Journal (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Clovis, New Mexico Santa be has put on six extra switch engines to work Between Clovis Amarillo and Slaton even i no news journal volume 2, number 72 a mean. A a Ocianie it pre. Clovis new Mexico monday june 23, 1930 daily except sunday six pages spa meant special dispatch Atlantic City mayor is killed in crash London treaty gets approval of committee a we Ani a an no and baby make three a 16 to 4 majority orders pact reported to the Senate ratification is seen minority report will also be submitted by committee members Washington june 23 af1 a the Senate foreign relations committee today approved the London naval treaty. By of it to 4, the committee ordered it reported to the Senate. Senators Johnson Republican California and Shipstead Farmer labor Minnesota announced they would submit minority reports. The overwhelming support for Tho treaty in the committee was believed to insure ratification of the pact when it is taken up by the Senate in special session. Those voting against the pact were Johnson Shipstead Robinson of Indiana and Moses of new Hampshire republicans. Those voting for it were Horah Idaho chairman capper. Ham Gillett Massachusetts Reed Pennsylvania fess Ohio Toff West Virginia Lafollette Wisconsin and Vandenberg Michigan republicans. Swanson Virginia Pittman Nevada Robinson Arkansas Walsh Montana Harrison Mississippi George Georgia Black Alabama and Wagner new York democrats. No majority report Borah announced he would submit the treaty to the Senate today without a report but merely introducing a Resolution of ratification. This is the usual procedure of his committee. Thus the treaty v ill be put before the Senate with Trot t Cord of recommendation either from president Hoover or from the foreign relations committee. In submitting the pact the president Only called for ratification. A the debate will take care of any words of recommendation a observed senator Borah. With the treaty now on the Senate Calendar there is a possibility that its advocates May move for immediate consideration should the Senate and House become deadlocked on adjournment during a quarrel Over the veterans Bill. No suggestion has been made for that course however. Ion Golf Wood n. J., june 23 i a i colonel and mrs. Charles a. Lindbergh Are the parents of a son. The baby weighing seven and three quarters pounds was born at 2 15 p. In. Eastern Standard time yesterday in the Home where his Mother the former Anne Morrow was born. She became a Mother on her 24th birthday. Aside from the statement of the baby a birth and his weight no details of the event were forthcoming from the household of mrs. Lindbergh a parents ambassador and mrs. Dwight w. Morrow except the statement that Mother and baby were resting comfortably. Tell it to world news of the arrival of the Lindbergh heir spread rapidly to All parts of the country no a to foreign shores and within a Short time a Parade of messengers with congratulatory messages and bearing Flowers began to arrive at the Morrow Home. Radio stations interrupted their programs to broadcast news of the event which has been awaited with Lively interest for several weeks. A name had not been announced for the new arrival but Charles a. Lindbergh jr., for his father or Dwight Morrow Lindbergh after his Grandfather were mentioned As probable choices. Preparations which had been made pea Rayburn takes fireman killed in Over filling station Hobbs i1 held blast pea Raybourn who for some time has been connected with an automobile Agency Here in capacity of Salesman has taken Over the Hugh Williams service station located at the Corner of pile and grand streets. The station will be known in the future tis the pea Raybourn service station. Or. Raybourn is Well known Here having been a resident of Clovis for the past 15 years. Lindbergh and Byrd Exchange congratulations new York june 23 apr col. Charles a. Lindbergh and rear Admiral Richard e. Byrd met today and exchanged congratulations. Colonel Lindbergh congratulated the Admiral on his Conquest of the South pole. Admiral Byrd congratulated Lindbergh on the arrival of a son yesterday. They met in the hotel Biltmore where Admiral Byrd is making his Headquarters and went immediately to the room of a Friend for a Good visit. The colonel answered the a congratulations colonel with Only a shy Grin. Hobbs n. M. June 23 apr Virgil Heath fireman was killed sunday when the Center boiler of a Bat tory of three on the California company no. I state Oil Well blew up. Heath who was thrown Twenty feet by the explosion died before he taken to the Hospital at Hobbs two Miles away. The Center boiler was hurled thirty feet into the air and landed lot feet from its base while the left and right boilers were skidded three feet. The boiler House and platforms were splintered. Debris was scattered for a radius of 200 feet. One automobile seventy five feet away was wrecked and another too feet away was damaged. The explosion resulted from too much pressure. President Moore to be and club speaker Carl Moore president of the Clovis and club will speak on a fraudulent advertising a at the regular meeting of the club at the City Hall tuesday night. Owing to the interest now being shown in the clubs activities a full attendance of members is anticipated for this meeting. It is due to begin at 7 30. For mrs. Lindbergh a reception in a new York Hospital were cancelled several Days ago and Hospital equipment and two nurses were installed in the Morrow Home. The arrival of messengers trooping up the drive to the House was the Only sign about the Morrow Home to indicate that so momentous event had taken place As the birth of a Young Lindbergh. There were even persons within the House at the time who did not learn of the birth until they left and were informed by outsiders. Among those were mayor c. P. Kitchen of Englewood and Daniel Pomeroy Republican National committeeman who had called on ambassador Morrow. A i am a bit surprised a mayor Kitchen said a for i left ambassador Morrow after 5 of clock and he never said a word about it. Come to think of it a gentleman passed me in a bit of a hurry while i was in the House but he talk to me. He must have been the mrs. Lindbergh who has been her husbands constant companion in the air since their marriage May 27, 1929, continued her flying to within a few Days of the baby a birth. Last thursday she flew with colonel Lindbergh from Teterboro Airport to Hartford conn., and return. Ten Days previously she had accompanied plot against life of Portes Guilhas proven a failure timely discovery prevented slaying of Mexico a former president Mexico City june 23 apr a supposed plot against the life of former president Portes Gil was exposed by la Prensa today with the announcement that timely discovery alone a prevented the attempt from being according to the newspaper a Large car with curtains drawn had been circling the residence of Portes Gil while men had hidden in the shadows along the Street. The former president sometimes walks out at night. Putting the visible facts together the newspaper assumes intentions against the life of the one time chief executive. On the heels of this report is a statement by Ricardo Trevino that there have been conspiracies against the life of Louis Morones. Morones and Portes Gil Long have been at Odds and their quarrel has been especially bitter in the last few weeks. No words of How the plots were foiled was offered. Him in a test flight of a Small monoplane. Looks like his father the Only description of the baby was the statement of a servant in the Morrow household who was quoted As saying that a the looks like his he has blonde hair and Blue eyes. Friends said colonel Lindbergh took the news of his songs birth with an appearance of outward Calm but that the Grandfather ambassador Morrow gave Frank expression to his elation. They also said that the arrival of a boy conformed to the wishes of both colonel Lindbergh and his wife for a son. Mrs. Lindbergh had invited a few friends to celebrate heir birthday with her. Plans for the birthday party were hastily put aside for the Advent of Young or. Lindbergh. Mrs. Lindbergh is a graduate of Smith College. Among her classmates she was known As a studious dreamy girl with a Talent for writing poetry. Recalling the thoroughness with which colonel Lindbergh converted his Bride to a life in the air friends were wondering today if he would have a crib fitted into his plane and literally raise his Young son to be air minded. Two Large audiences hear evangelist Pearce atoms contain unknown Power says scientist at world Power meeting Berlin june 23 apr a evidence that the universe is a committing suicide was Laid before the delegates to the world Power conference today by sir Arthur Stanley Eddington British astronomer. Far from seeking to alarm his audience of engineers however the astronomer gave them a vision of the vast supplies of Power which could be drawn from this orgy of self destruction if the scientists could Fine a Way to harness it. The extreme penetrative Power of the cosmic Ray discovered by Kohl Hoerster and by Robert Andrews Mil Likan the american physicist indicated to sir Arthur that the source of the Ray probably was the self destruction of atoms divesting themselves to the last shreds of their Energy and passing out of existence. Rays a committing suicide the rays Are passing in All directions through space proceeding from countless self slaughtered atoms and As he secs it the cosmic Ray is in effect a the last moan of the but inasmuch As atomic suicide must be committed try All available atoms before the universe is annihilated sir Arthur gives the Cosmos As we know it quite a few years to live. Meanwhile lie indicated the. Engineers would find themselves in a Paradise of Power where a Teacup full of water would equal a modern Power station if it could be discovered How to incite the self destruction of atoms when and where wanted. A if Only this secret could be found a he continued a instead of pampering the appetite of our engine with delicacies like Coal or Oil we shall induce it to work on a Plain diet of sub atomic Energy. Such Energy is stored away in education advisory committee in meet Large audiences at both morning and night services at the Calvary presbyterian Church sunday heard evangelist j. Stuart Pearce in two powerfully thrilling messages. In these sermons a new and More truly real aspect of the work of Christ was shown by the evangelist who declared that Christ paid the spiritual penalty for sin by descending and remaining for three Days in hell As Well As having paid the physical penalty by his death on the Cross. At the evening service or. Pearce gave a synopsis of the distinguishing characteristics of the presbyterian Church. Services Are to be held through this week in the afternoon at 4 of clock and again in the evening each Day. Lingle Slayer known police Start search Washington june 23 apr failing to agree on recommendations for a future policy of the Federal government toward education 1 the National advisory committee on education has adjourned its executive session Here without making a final report to Secretary Wilbur. Or. Charles r. Mann chairman said today the steering committee would meet september 14, to consider the conflicting proposals after which the general committee would again be called into session. Colorado Blue Law is killed by High court Chicago june 23 apr police today were searching for James red Forsythe gun Toter and former City Hall employee As the Slayer of Jake Lingle Tribune reporter. Forsythe officers said had been identified As the Slayer from descriptions of the Man who shot Lingle. They refused to reveal the names of those who identified Forsythe. Forsythe is under a years sentence for carrying concealed weapons. He was out on Bond pending an Appeal of his Case and has not appeared since the higher court affirmed the sentence. Or. Jerry t. Miser goes to san Diego or. Jerry t. Miser former Clovis resident who has been visiting with his Mother mrs. Betty miser for several Days left this morning for san Diego California via the West bound Tat Madoux Airliner. Or. Miser who has been commissioned a lieutenant in the u. S. Navy will take up duties As assistant surgeon in the Navy Hospital at san Diego. June�u1lding permits show decided decline Denver june 23. Apr Colorado a 68-year-old sunday a Blue Law a first enacted by the territorial legislature in 1862, today was labelled a indefinite Uncertain and ambiguous by the state supreme court. The opinion which has the effect of voiding the statute leaves regulation of sunday amusements to local option. Building permits this month have shown a decided decrease from previous months. Only two permits were issued by the City clerk last week. Permits issued last week were $2,-000 alterations j. Penney and company 417 main Street $500 tile residence Charles Sargon 1401 main Street Mauldin addition. Rotarians meet in Chicago gets rousing Welcome rotary Janns there too to celebrate Silver anniversary Chicago june 23. Apr Chica go went round and round today with rotary. Between 18,000 and 20,000 rotarians and their wives the rotary Anns returned to commemorate the Silver anniversary of rotary a birth and to open the Twenty first annual convention. On a february night 25 years ago in a Little italian restaurant on the near Northside a Coal dealer a mining Engineer and a merchant tailor dined with Paul p. Harris an sex Princeton student Cowboy and nomadic Newspaperman who had resigned himself to the struggles of a Young lawyer after five years of world travel. Harris unveiled his dream of fraternal relationship a group of business men banded together socially to be mutually helpful each having exclusive representation in his profession or Trade. Harris suggested a rotation of meeting places and the name a a rotary was born. Has 153,000 members Harris dream has surged around the seven seas into 62 countries. Russia alone of the principal nations of the world is not represented in rotary a 3,330 clubs and approximate 153,000 membership. One of the principal resolutions proposed at this convention according to m. Eugene Newsom of Durham n. C., International president is one which would provide for a past service membership for those rotarians who retire from Active business. Under present rules this retirement automatically terminates membership. A Battle is expected on the convention floor on this measure. Train hits car three others die express smashes Auto at Grade crossing near Absecon n. Absecon n. J., june 23 apr mayor Anthony m. Rust a jr., of Atlantic City and three other persons were killed today when an automobile was struck by a Shore bound Philadelphia Atlantic City express on a Grade crossing Here. Ruffu who was 52, was identified by papers in his pocket. The other dead Are John Wiley 52, his wife Lillian 40, of Ventnor and Margaret c. Siracusa 37, of Ventnor. The automobile mayor Ruffuss car. Was struck squarely in the Center by the southbound Pennsylvania Railroad train. Mayor Ruffu reputed to be extremely wealthy was a powerful political figure at the Shore resort where there have been several efforts to oust him. He had just finished a Short rest he took after being exonerated by an Atlantic county tit jury recently on charges of illegal practices in connection with the placing of the municipal insurance. Baseball bulletin population of state is 54,000 More than 1920 415,000 persons now Call new Mexico a a Home census shows Curry co. Ranks 7th Clovis credited with gain of 3,118�?Bernalillo county is Leader Complete table on Page 5 National league Brooklyn 321 008 302�?19-28-1 Pittsburgh 003 002 Ooin 6-10-2 Elliott and Lopez Meine Clagnan and Hemsley. Jap around the world flier at Albuquerque Albuquerque june 23 apr Zens a Azuma japanese aviator who is on a trip around the world landed Here at 9 of clock this morning from Holbrook ariz., where he spent last night he left los Angeles sunday on the first leg of his trip. Azuma decided to have lunch Here before departing and said he would Stop at Amarillo Enro Ute to Wichita. He is making the trip in leisurely hops. President Dennis names committees for lion activity club votes today to buy piano entertainment committee renamed president Fred e. Dennis elected at a meeting last week presided for the first time at the luncheon meeting of the Clovis Lions club at Murray a cafe today at noon. President Dennis appointed the following committees to serve during the ensuing year membership Ernest Baird Clyde b. Barton and Dick Thompson. General entertainment o. Sikes Wallace Carmack g. Guver. Ways and Means a. L. Lancaster r. E. Marshall and j. Simpson Morgan. Publicity a. O. Woods e. A. Douglas Amo Rodes. Constitution and by Laws a. F. Snow Byrle Johnson Carl Miller. Finance a Dick Thompson Ernest Baird Vester t. Mccrory. Civic welfare and educational committees will be appointed in the near future or. Dennis said. The club voted to Purchase the piano that has been in use by the organization for some time. Odis Echols and Trio furnished entertainment at the meeting. Accompanied on the piano by Carl Reese. Ray and Palmer Wheeler former Hugo Oklahoma Lions were members of the Trio. ,1. Simpson Morgan and Jno. A. Failed new York 002 0000 010�?3-7-0 Cincinati too 0000 0000�?0-6-1 Walker an Illogan Kolp Rixey and Sukeforth. I Philadelphia 030 004 Chicago 400 515 5�? Willoughby Spencer and Davis Bush and Hartnett. Boston a. Ioos St. Louis. 302�? Sherdel and Spohrer Johnson and Moncuso. American league St. Louis too too oooo 0 4-3 new York. 721 400 olx�?15-18-3 Kimsey Stiles and Manion Johnson and Dickey. Cleveland Sio Washington 102 Miller Beane and and Spencer. Too ooi�?5-12-1 030 30x�?9-13-1 Myatt Crowder Chicago too 010 Phila. Too Oil Faber and Berg Grove Rane. 000 Fox and -1-5-1 -2-8-0 Coch Detroit Boston Sullivan and and Heving. Too too ooh too too 02�? Desautels Mcfayden second game Chicago too 600 300�? 9-10-0 Phila. 343 003 04x�?17-20-2 Henry Thomas and Tate Mahaffey and Cochrane. Second game St. Louis 410 010�? new York 010 013�? Collins and Ferrell Gomez and Hargrave. Second game Cleveland Washington Hudlin and Myatt Ruel. Too ooh 021 ooh Marberry and weather forecast new Mexico generally fair tonight and tuesday Little change in temperature. West Texas partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday possibly becoming locally unsettled this afternoon or tonight. Santa be june 23. Apr new Mexico gained approximately 54,000 population in the past ten years to put the 1930 census at close to 415,-000, according to a state table compiled by the associated press from the reports of new Mexico a five census districts. With All counties reported except Mckinley county the 1930 census totalled 398,413 in contrast with the 1920 government census total of 360,355. Considering that Gallup a population increased 1,081, and the county is reported to have increased the Complete state figure should be around 415,000. While Bernalillo leads the counties with a gain of 44,080, Dona Ana the second ranking county on increases shows the greatest coi Tity wide development. Duke City gains. The increase of 14,225 population in Bernalillo is represented largely by an 11,369 gain in the City of Albuquerque. Dona anal increase of 10,991 persons to make a 1930 total of 27,541, shows that 9,161 persons in the increase were from throughout the county while 1,830 were represented in the increase in Las Cruces. The Dona Ana increase is evidence of farm development throughout Dona Ana county. Thirteen counties showed increases of More than 1,000 population and singularly enough these Are divided Between the Northwest and Southeast sections of the state with one of the counties being in the Southwest Quarter. 19 counties gain statewide Nineteen counties assuming that Mckinley county has gained ten lost and there Are two on which comparative figures Are not available. In the Southwest Quarter Dona Ana Wras the Only county to rank in the first thirteen while none in the Northwest Quarter reached that rank. Oil development boosted Lea and Eddy counties new Mexico previously deficient counties among the first thirteen in gains. Eddy county ranked fifth with a gain of 5,669 for a new population total of 14,785, while Lea county ranked ninth with a gain of 2,332 for a new population figure of 5,877. Chaves county led development on the Eastern slope with an increase of 7,316 and a new total of 19,391. Of this increase 4,207 was found in the City of Roswell. Chaves county was third in the state. San Juan grows fast san Juan county surprised the state and produced a gain of 6,034 for a total of 14,367 to claim fourth place. Santa be county which has the state Capitol ranked sixth with a gain of 4,659 of which 3,933 was in the City of Santa of. The total for the county was 19,680. Curry ranks seventh Clovis with a gain of 3,118, was the principal impetus for a gain of 4,558 in Curry county to rank that county seventh with a total Popula continued on Page 4 if you do not receive your evening news journal by 6 p. M. Call the Western Union and a messenger will Rush a copy to you. Market opens week with big rebound Dubberley program committee a a. _ a a i a i to function today and they were heavy Selling following opening is followed by rapid reaction and Many issues Advance $5 to $10 per share higher selected to arrange the program for next monday. Chicago Man pleads guilty to forgery Norman of Connor who said his Home was in Chicago plead guilty to a charge of forgery before Justice d. New Yor june 23. Apr the Stock Market began the new week with a substantial rebound today after three weeks of almost steady declines. Heavy Selling Early in the Day was soon absorbed and prices worked steadily higher during the afternoon a Long list of popular issues closing $2 to $5 a share higher and a few issues Selling up $5 to More than $10. Wall Street was again left to Puzzle Over the problem of whether the de a a. Cline had finally hit Bottom or merely for the past three weeks but has had been interrupted by another tech made no offer to make Bond. A fines Nical rally. A substantial rebound in said. Grain prices was encouraging As w. Jones this morning and was bound Over to await action of District court. Of Connor admitted signing the name g. Kelly to a Cheek on the first National Bank of Elida some time ago according to Justice Jones. He has been held in county jail Here Stock traders have been paying close attention to the commodity markets of late. Although july wheat touched 89�?T1� cents a Bushel the lowest in 16 years it closed at 92 a off Only 8, while september wheat closed % and december 3-4 of a cent higher. Corn futures gained i to i Quot is cents. Trading in stocks was in huge volume during the Early trading when several transactions of 10,000 to 40,-000 shares were recorded but it turned comparatively Dull in the afternoon and the Days total sales were about 3,800,000 shares Only a Little More than the volume of last Friday

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