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Weather U. S. rending! it Qimerco for 24 hours, ending at 8 m. today: high 81, low 58. Tonight and tomorrow: Unsettled.

Arizona: Partly cloudy Monday and Tuesday; littl. chinge in temperature. Gallup Independent 'i EVENING THE ONLY DAILY NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN NEW MEXICO OALLUf. THE INDIAN CAPITAL of the WORLD Hevilloa I51S.JM ft. VOLUME 46 Italian-Ethiopia Settlement Ires Small Countries Outraged by League Of Nations Terms.

Threaten Quit Copyright By United Press GENEVA Small nations, army over the compromise effected in the Italian-Ethiopian dispute intend to force a supreme test of the Leavue -of Nation's authority if war still threatens' next month. So oulroved were the of representatives, of nations which realty make up the membership, that El was in- dicated they were ready Lo envisage the death of League rather than lo continue on the present basis. GALLUP, N. MONDAY, AUGUST 1935 NUMBER 183 SLAYS'WITCH ABABA Hope for jpeace was stronger here loday than has been for months. Belief that members of the British house of com-.

mona are. unwilling to SGC Ethiopia sacrificed, caused a clear trend to- jl.ward optimism. Greece Calls Guard For Island Revolt 50 Injured in Crete In Sharp Fighting ATHENS, Greece." (U.PO-Martial law was proclaimed today in Crete to cope with a revolt against the government which among workers Dnd was joined by Venlzelisls. Irie' government is dispatching Tax the Rich Bill Approved by House Vote 282 to 96 For Roosevelt Plan WASHINGTON (U.PJ The house by a one sided vote today approved two destroyer; and five bomblnj lwo 250 doilar hc pluei to the Island said strikers rich bill designed lo carry out not captured public buildings velt's program against "unjust con For Illegal Entry "She was witch, so I killed her." Thus Mrs. Matilda Wnldnun, shown in a Cleveland, (X, polka station, calmly explained the slaying of Mrs.

Ida Cooper, who, Mrs. Waldman declared had driven her and her husband, also arrested, beyond endurance by "making fireballs dance in their bedroom." FULTON, Mo. (U.RJ-Cenlra! souri WB3 terrorized today as repot Is 1 of two nbdactions and a shooting! followed the escape of five criminally insane men from the state asylum here last night. I One of the fugitives, a killer, was! believed leader of the band, State police and local OGIH Fl'dTl pressed an intense search thruoul! Central Missouri. Months Officers believed the shooting and! Uyp abductions were the work of! David OrUzo, ciliicn of Mexico, Ute insane men, charged with illegal entry into the The fugitives fled from tlie asylum! United States, last night became laft night in described aslthc 58th alien to be 'Gallup 1n the past three months.

P. C., immigration, officer, left Gallup last night with Or- bizo Cor the Paso port of.entry. "Hie immigration officer said, be- iwccn GO and 70 cases in Gallup were pending deportation. The Bride Kills Self When Hubby Lost )N, Tex -Pretty Lena cases are'invKtigVted" New Orleans bride, whoj Les Washington act upon de- camo la Houston a ago En portatlon of her husband Tom Sharble, for-! New CJjrleans grocery store manager here seeking work, gave up her search in despair Sunday and leaped to death from tho center cf the downtown Main.

Street viaduct across Buffalo Bayou. Calmly and deliberately the young GnVirifkl woman went about the busJnes.5 cf; preparing for the fatal jump if some 70 that was witnessed! scores of motorists and In Candida as they cleaned. Four thousand laborers gathered in front the Prefecture, In Candida sod "clamored for higher wages. When they refused to disperse police- troops charged ihem. In sharp fighlins 50 were reported injured.

Strikers stUl refused to disperse and raided a gunsmith's shop where' they seized a stock o( pistols and rifles. Runaway Coed Keeps Job at Coney Island NEW YORK, Ann B. Slblcy, 21- year-old Chicago coed who was the object of a month's police search after her disappearance July 3 from Antloch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, was back at work Sunday on the Coney Island broadwalk "barking" the attractions of a hrondwalk museum. The pretty college girl was too busy getting a first-hand contact with to let the excitement centration of waelth and economic power." The vote was announced 28 lo 96. Jusl before the final roll call House by a thundering voice vote rc- Jecled a Republican motion to kill the biil by sending it back to committee.

WASHINGTON (U.PJ President Roosevelt's quarter billion tax the rich bill, lo be called up In the house for a final teat of organized opposition was conceded passage today. The way was cleared lor two roll calls to complete the house action. A vote on the motion by Rep. Allen Treadway, to recommit Ihe bill to committee wilt be fol- luwtJ quickly by vole on final passage with all discussion ended. President Approves Western Allotment WASHINGTON IU.PJ President aroused by her discovery deter her Rcoscvch today formally approved expenditures of $18,350,000 in work money to finance seven wfit- ern reclamation projects.

Included was further investigations in the Colorado river basin sites of possible irrigation and power projects. from.fulfilling her job. When police found her Saturday and carried her off lo the missing persons bureau, she informed the pioprlc-lor of the broadwalk museum she would be back to work Sunday. Trie problem of return lo college was held in abeyance for the time being by Miss Sibley-the thrill of ''being on my own" fulfilling all present -needs. She expects to stay a while with her temporary hostess, Gccrge W.

Rablnoff of Brooklyn. Fireman Killed in Wreck on D. R.G. GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. A leap from a Denver and Rio Grande Western locomotive as it was derailed west of here Sunday Was fatal to Harold M.

Dart, local railroa'd fireman. The" locomotive, drawing a fast eastbound freight train, was derailed by a rock on the tracks. The heavy engine plunged Three Couplea Take Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses for three couples were cti file at the county clerk's office today: Paul S. Clarke and Id into bolb of McGaffey; Joseph J. Lennar.

and Evelyn Mae Cassidy, both of Chambers, Ariz. Tom Dooley Bruised When Autos Collide Missouri Hunts Escaped Insane; Crimes Reported Two Abductions and Shooting Follows Escape of Five Card Addressed To Gallup, N. Y. Finds Way Here A post card addressed Gallup, N. loit little time reaching its destination here today.

The card was mailed Angeles. At the bottom, notated in pencil, was a postal clerk's suggestion, "try N. Operation Death 'Suspect Firm in 1 Denial of Crime Murder Charge Being Prepared Against Bauer Rival CHICAGO (U.PJ—A formal chnrgo of murder today blocked efforts of Mnndi-ville Zcnfe, 2C. jilted lover and accused mutilation slayer of his rival, Dr. Waller Bauer to abtain freedom on a writ of habeas corpus.

The defiant Missouri farm youth, resisting ill efforts to wring a confession from him. appeared'in criminal court for the habeas corpus hearing. Charles Dougherty of the stales al- lorjiey's sloff, said a murder charge being prepared. well planned plot. Simon Lancaster Last Rites Today CLINGING TO MURDER DENIAL For Gibson Girl Abandoned Today i Trail Found Leading Toward Navajo and Auto Tracks 1 '50 MEN IN HUNT Got in Car Going to Gallup, Sheriff i Roberts Says His obviously tired under long hours of questioning, 7.a: is shown, risht, as lie stuhbornly to Chltr.go 77, was buried; ice knowledge of the mutilation opciolion which xl his suc- A search that held 50 men In the hills near Gibson sll night seekirm tmce of a 14 year old abandoned this morning when trail indicated the girt had stolen away from homo and bonrded an automobile for Gallup.

Sheriff D. Roberts said he- was Icokintf for a car that drove up to her homo some time yesterday afternoon and Inter picked up the tt, was buneaI 01 me mutilation opeiolion which kiHct! liij sue- nwn anu jnter picKetl up the family plot nt Hillcrest come- ccssfut rival for llic hand of Louise Schaffer, nrclly Kirksviile Mo IKirl 1 Irco Inlll Gibson erv this afternoo Gl Ono. and twenty cases twye-'bcen investigated in Gallup. Henier said most of the early deportees were lo Mexico but others tvcre pending to other cuuntres. To Close Aug.

10 Iraina on the busy traffic S. A. Cox, Deming Cattleman, Killed i Ariz. S. A.

Cox. C9, a cflltlcman of Demlng, N. was killed two miles wesl of here Sunday when hla car Ifft the highway and (urncd over. His wife wat only slightly injured. Mrs.

Cox said she did not know ie cause of ihe accident. A dcc- (or called from Benson said the elderly New Mexican, who also had extensive cultle Interests in Chi- luahuaj Mexico, may have suffered stroke of paralysis. lL runs Flyer Choose, Death If Not Cliaio Canyon field school been under way since August 10,. The which June, will Donald Brand and Prof. Reginald Fisher of ihe University of New Mexico archaeology department, announced.

The school is made up of gtadu- ale students from Princetoh, Radcliffe, University of Southern'Cali- fornia ar.d 'from the University "of erv this afternoon following sorvleesl nurse. Dr liar at Ihe Rollle chapel. Tlie Rev. Harry P. Slngg officlaled al jhe services.

Mr. Lancaster died suddenly at, 3:30 Saturday afternoon from a con-j ditlon attributed to Ms heart. He born in Lancashire, England and come to Gallup 45 years 'lo, Ho was Ihe first seltkr to hoir.eslead in the Zunl mountains Tuesday a win where he b.ol his family of ballots Salurday. Later Mr. Lancaster worked minvs about Gallup.

At the time of his death he wai in the eraplc of th Gallup American Coal eo 1'. Ilolfman. loll, of Ihe QJqk county criminal court nvior clinic, watches tho prboner inlnntly. To Polls Tuesday stslti: will hold elections nd a lourlli will bo count- Laterally Wins For Gallup Club Three Runs in Ninth ce i r. an New Mexico.

One medium kiva has been excavated. He Is survived by his widow ar.d two children, Ueorgc- of Blue-water Mrs. Jchn Frank of Gnllup. iv ate five step children: John Bonn and Albert Ilsgue fi Willock, Pa, Mrs. Thomas Tongue I Carhallon, Mrs.

1 TlckflcnDUrrund Jack Hague nf Gnl- 1 sized Jup. Tue sludenls concentrated on a study of prehistoric Irrigation systems and pottery typre, kiva structures anJ llic ellmobiology of the Charo Legion, four Drunks to Work To Save Children Royal Air Force )fflcers, Nlmmo and S. J. Mar- jutt, were killed in a crash Sunday when Nimmo refused to make a orced landing In an open field because he saw crowd of children playing there. Shortly after Ihey look off from tosti Tendon Airdrome motor trouble Inw does not Csmerco fold C.1 a unUli i The Gallup club cnleicd the final Site was lost Been on porch her home nt Sunday nftennxin, members family Mid.

When she failed to Velum nlnlit tlio family bera'mV al.irm'ed a search was slarlcd. The hunt grew In proportion until 50 men were combing the hllh nbout Gibson. Stale polks Eatl Imh and Jnck Dean led ttlo icarch during the night. This morning Sheriff Roberts wm called. He Mid a trail wu discovered.

believed to tint of the JKirl, leading townrdi the Navnjo It was lost but picked up ajain at an old road where Irail Indicated that tlie girl htd aboard a car towards ''ifllhip. ShntKf RobarU the cir There are nutnrroui grandchildren and several great Sons of the Legion persons, nn CX Ce nn1 8 vtllora 4 10 6 waj ihe Peery. tatting far pilcher Itiat drove i tha back of her Miaiaippis eubonialcnal cam- Lefly ben out a Lot InKddlily', e.rller inVs 0 5 re 1UCUS Flvc Blunder ihc winning r.illy.;s.ii,l voters. "somTgOM 1 fumbled a'lj" "mining HP ft j'tfiiji lotion of the- fc tu cslabilih of lo a coun 'jl'eiry, wns safe (it second, ty, are estimated swkir.u. ofMcclflrst.

J. J. Long hll safely and There wns -omc- drumming up ofjtwo, tiling llic lounl. His hit Ifnu pitcher tol nf tnisjina glrl'J "Iff lhat they Four diunks hustled today for $10 each to forestall sentence of 10 gang. Police Mag- Burgess gave the four until 6 p.

m. lo raise the rr.oniy for their fines or start work serving their llir.e. A Navajo Indian fined (10 ar.d for reckless driving ar.d four regulation violators paid one Will Meet Tonight 13 i cnkuig Sons of Die Areeriran Legion will meet tonight lo discuss draw up organization plans and apply for a' charter, Walter Haller, sponso rganizatEon here, announced. The meeting will be held al 7 butl tt loji I iicr cat had 1 this afternoon. 1 orced a descent.

When Nimmo saw and two dollar fines in police court, he children he tried to rise again and led into a bridge. Hose Stolen, Air UNIONVILtB. Mo. who visltetl a filling station took a hose, but left the air. Thoy cut the expensive air hose off at its but didiit turn (he compressed ilr loose.

Water Speeder Fitted HARNSTABLE, Mass. An. jo. and Ida Mae both of Phoenix, Crosb was fined $25 for Joseph Gordon and Viola Holsington, In a speed boat. Crosby was joing so fast that (he wash from us boat upset a rowboat and iU occupants had to swim 200 yaroU lo save Uieir lives.

Old ABO Taken For Ride CAPE OIKARDEAU, Mo. (U.PJ hns its place, even In speed, Jle organization. ennlors and represent- Willuhe liiiiy wdl'u-i- llic main voters TW Buck Miiliiniciviih, lii.mur- distance slant al Lho co captain und catcher, tingled, aj- nol ioiiij lampalgn, which v.n.iLUia Long. Vic Goninlei's hit -it llwli fi hl held was fumbled al iho Loin-; J's district voters'poc come fast lo lake it ArcnCI' beats Golfer scului Gamerco Course 1'iie lak 1 iftlJy i-ame after Oiu ifomi.i tcntii had tliru tncit of GtuI traps held no hazards t-ighi if j3. lljf (iiiid scury was flir Arclwr John BaUey 'lla- cnlj point In ihe gnir.t! ninrnlrs when he bcul yjfy' Wnill's pur to prove the strength vor drivar flnlf Gallup Delegation Goes to Los Lunas Four GnSlup Chanilwr ef niorcc members today a' Grant delegation in trip lo Los- 'Broke' Veteran Dies With $10,000 in Bag DENVER, City autlioifiki Sunday night held $10,000 (band In the cheup of a supposedly pov- ft erty-stricken war veteran who died Timta snid rt- II poini in inc Cjflllup all lcj The count was all imd 2 all.

In the sovenlli Lcm-! nf lleJ Saturday. i mti Gl CiJlup, met the ap- Ii MuUonuvich wns effixlivo proval tnusJc critica lor Unllup tuajn. Willi strong iiL receni in "Caval-. E' otl IU lulled inllica tlial tSufcul- -triitl lo pile lup suled scoto. in ihe lW wn: OIL liitu dl the-' 1 11 "I the ninth had a relk-f piuluM 1 rco leiio Rusticaiia." Carl DroiibuJi, Lunas commissioners to take action lo- gaining right-of-way thru Acoina Indian lands for proposed of Hghway 60.

Included in ihe party were Trcd Brooklyn, N. Y. Amluose, M. Wootlard, C. fiuriey and August Richler.

Kcough came lo Denver a month JU KMU wmui pio-u Bgo from Dellat, and was bcllevedjwiih further ficvelopmcnt." the veterani' hcsnltnl Vnrt mn Gallup boy. young lcncr. 11 tha name uf Giovanni Zavaitl up in lake U.u mound in ur.d jjreal, 1 1 of nti cxtrn gatr.i:. EiarlCtl with fail Florence Uwcrvjicu trLik- fm- tlie' lvr bul i crk flirtl l'i of Lo-, Angles wrote: llli ff 1 kft l)an Giovanni Zavalti hta i i'ruck out 15 mui. E' icney wrapped in'B nvc evidence no word bad been possibilities.

young iauve (enor and arrar oursu In uinh-r pur juid cnt) under li I'oiicnl Wnid'd score. n.ii!cy's shou'uiK did not come up i maiie fallowing a clx pr.ic!ii-c rcunj late week In- binled every holo and quit Jim Kroke his r.iiiM his score Sunday by sovrral "'putts." The archfr shootLHR Ms nrrow thru jiirill disc rotted sav- iiil fcot off the grecnj. i wetr 'obi fi ard, hospital Fort Bay- Wllsorl I Spike Bender Tops Rivals BROCKTON-, Tlx "village smilhy" las nothing on Hmer Kaspar, 17, of Monlello. For Elmer is splke-bemllng champion. In hold almost daily In his father's cafe, lie has louped all comers In Iht art bending a To Enforce Ordinance una jis even 111 nil wi Tun Dpoley, Gamerco was William Hay will lesllfy.

Inch spike into a narrow letter U. ed and four others escaped injury jT hree horses, 22, 21 and years old, as cars driven by Dooley and Jullan' ran away Turner collided on the Gamerco binder Ra the end of an 85-fool sleei bridge, road last night near Johnnies Filling' telescoping one of the bridge sir- station. with Ray's Cl in llip wnt Dart leaped from ihe cab and was killed outright, lie was decapitated, reports reaching here said. Oorge Cutting, the engineer, and other members of the train escaped without injury. Skeleton Believed Victim of Robbery LAS CRUCES (U.PJ Dona Ana Others in Dooley's car wire Dr.

P. L. Travers, Hu hIe Whlteman, and Russell Andrews. RoM chcrry Uudj SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (U.PJ A rose bush al Ihe Fred Nelson home here Pope Pius Deplores which produced large American Beauty roaea ihe first year after It was planted hai produced tiny cher- Liermany raganiam UOSSORU for the pan two yeaw.

J- Icaps From Wndow WASHINGTON, Breaking aw.y from tho arms of her two roommates In a suicide attempt, Inez Eabccek, 27, leaped from the roof of a nine-slory apartment building Sunday to her death. paganism in Germany, extended his blessing today to all Gorman Catho uAa lu.rj Dona Ana Diessing today to all German Catho- nicuiynn, marsnni ol the county believed today that lies. Bishops Clergy Catholic Court, fell from mantle Sun- the skeleton of a man found yestcr- "so gallantly facing a battle for a an Vfts discharged, fatally nd ycst day In an arroyo near Tortugos mountain may be that of a victim of robbery murder committed year River CUimi Three ST. LOUIS Three boyi diowr.ed r.tu here Sunday, two In the Mli- slulppl River and one In Cabaret Slough. The dead: Zlgmund Vczck, 9, tr.d Antone FtwloiU, both of SU Virjil Johnton, 15, Granite City, Killed by Gun WtcmtA, The pistol of Leo F.

McGlynn, marshal of the Eense of the faith." Dies dl Communion SAN after he! spoke the ritualistic phrase, this cup In remombe ranee of me," (wounding hia daughter, Carol Jane McGlynn, 3. The bullet struck her in. the abdcmen. Crack Shot Picked WINN1FEG, Man. (UPJ Con- in rLmtmoeranco or me, Lon- the Rev.

Samuel James Lee, 74, fell I stable R. G. Plckrell, of ihe Cana- dltn National Riilweys police force dead Sunday before his startled gregalion at an Episcopal holy communion service An emergency hospital physician laid Iho elderly pastor apparently had died of heart lu ht slumped to UM ilUr. It In Wlnnlpcj, luia been chosen to represent Canada and ihe British Empire in the Olympic shooting matches to be held In Rome in City officers today warned dowi, town merchants that Ihe city ordinance prohibiting sweeping trash Into the streets would be enforced. Heads Salvation Army Major Robert Rooney has selecled as ihe successor of the late E.

H. Gilford as border division commander of the Salvation Army. The border division coniists tlio Lc up tt.Jn wore at i.ii M.irtin Pot ti'diu struck latiu by GaL- whiio ihe Call- Federal Land Banks Will Loan All Cash i Next Sutiduy tin; will Ji.u.-l llit i.f LVnMieuu clulj (icIJ. WASHINGTON. -pulley, effcctiv me coraer UL vision coni sis II.VIUIJUIA ui a mou UII.L- H3M.T of Arlroni, New Mexico End orFora1 01 1 tr -o timr past lynched Clyde Jchnson, 24.

Dis- Deal Is not a and part, of Colorado and cunt3 I'J Iricl Jnmcs Dnvis said lo- "1 no! me Uxinds in the 1hui IJ.ivis salil the would be lioncal of New Dleycle Hallo 1 to 15 Wli. (U.PJ A li- ence system for reveals that Marinctte now has one bicycle fot every 15 Inhabitants 'In-laws 1 Back Honje KANSAS CITY, The "to-lawj" caravan, Dr. RIihmon4 host, arrived home Sunday night after vacation In Colorado. 26 "in-bws" of the doctor drove In from Wichita and scattered to (heir homej. Dr.

Richmond paid all expenses, declaring he liked his datives and disliked the myth thit 'in-ldws" arc disagreeable. New Laiv Firm John C. Watson, retiring asso- ciale jusllce of the New Mexico, supreme court ar.d attorney Frin- cU C. Wilson have announced ihc formation of the law firm Wilson Wilson ol Sant. Fe.

Tree Produces Figs PLAINS, Mo Experts said It couldn't bo done this far north but Lawrence Fowlcs has a' that doing It bearing A clause of onee, ur.der which ibo 12 Federal Land Banks will make faira Loans in inslead part cash Bud bonds by Got- I MVCM Mycii i.iid ll -orporatjou Deal Not Fair DF.NVTn -William dlue, ip ploycislsvcreiary during the ClinnilnT'CooliJiic ncimlnlslratlon. said Americans are "going to roll up iliolr sleovea and work like before they emerge from the Tlie member now Ipirslik'nl of Wlrhlta Unlvtnlty, of Komas, Bnd wltlcly known I flfirjl.lH-ttn loader, mtda state- while a (jutil al Ihe home UI.L-.iriji, IUL- tuuiMj ui Hubert Work, former ISijrtiycu county aulhorllies towarx! of Iho Interior. Inquest to Hear yi VKKKA C.I..UB-A coroner's In- si w.ll determine Ihe cc-urso o(' Federal nf'members uf a moli J.iidir.e njscrted that the "New pus! lynched Clyde Jchnson, 24. li r.ot a square riflan to impugn Iho few Deal lo pay off small creditor) InjcidereJ soon and nny pcrsonj who but wins Ihe loans. sl.tnlKlil have knowledge of th would bo qucslioncd.

but I do thai benefited olhtn been Flyer Is Killed THERMOPOUS, Wyo, Val Casidy, 45, veteran of the U. S.Army Air In the World War, wns "Illed outright at noon Sunday when his two-place plane crashed after going Into a spin 150 feet above pound. UnllcJ Mine Workers of Ameilca '111 meet ol Amciican Legion hall Tuesday al 7:30 p. Nicholas' Fontocchlo, union announced lod.iy. Fonlccchlo would discu-u th.

Guffcy bills and olh "Chain" Bites Worker POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. (U.PJ-J. A. Ricks reached Into his toolchest for a piece of chain. Then ht wenl to hospital.

chain bit him. was i mpptrbud His Tueijay Cornelio Baca Wins "Bo Sting" Is Pout at St. Mary's LKOMWSTER, txi.pj-Deiori 1 i Tulippl, 15, O.oujht hi had been G-tnello Bacn. Gallup youth it- en lun a on by bee, but when reprcscnlalivo! tending El Mary's collage in 1 lo "O'pltal, doctor, jfunila his bern appointed ovcd a l22 bulltt from hll iho meeting'am to Ihe college dUticlor of pub-1 aw ond.lic rclatlona, lo an i-uslncss. received lodjy from AllK-rl, president mathemlica slnictor in Gallup Junior v.1* school Is spcndinK Ihe week al the.

will handle many home cf Mr. Owen 0. cr.llcee stories and sporu 1 Sabn. Snydcr will leave Monday of mlicupi He la also lo be I r.exl (or Snr.ta Fo where ho a member of the vanity dcbalii will devote few day. lo training I learn i Boy Scculs the Northern New During the summer Baca Mexico council whom ho will ls in iho offieo of the Jamboree at Washlr.jlon, F.

Waters Sari Franeij- purl of Iho month. E0 0r cu Team Meet Tuesday Maiiageii of baieboll -rj In around Gtllup re led lo at tha of flea cf the Gallup Independent at 7:30 Tuesday nlahl to dlscuM (or the Gallup Independent Baseball toajoament..

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