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vr Member Associated Prw FuU Leased Wire Weather Forecast S e V e 111 Petitions for Far Reaching Reforms Are On File With Secre-tary of State Today Denver. July . yP) Petition! ,lnitd at placing On the bellot In lb, November election eevei proposed conetltutlonel emendmeule to accompllih fsr-resching re-forme In Colorado'e atate end county government were on tile today with the secretary of itate. TUe petitions, were tiled yesterday by Joseph F. Little, Denver attorney, and a group ot co-woikers tn n movement seeking enactment ot propoaals ot which ( he aaid "any one would save the ( taxpayers money." The amendments would: 1. Establish the governor, lieutenant governor, and state auditor as the only elective officers. ( and place te term of office at 4 years 1 Abolish special cash funds. 3. Change state civil aervlce administration methods. 4. Provide for four-year terms for county officials, and consolidation of some counties. 3. Set up a board of regents for all state institutions. . Change the states Judicial system. . , 7. Provide for regulation of classification and election of state senators. .... Before Little filed the petit ohs, similar forma had ben submitted for only three of the 34 ballot titles granted by the secretary of state s office. Of the three, only a proposal to change the state chain store tax Jaw wu surt of ft plco oft the ballot. W. E. Alexander, chief clerk in -the secretary of states office, reported.- v Two-oUer. proposals to repeal the basic science law, and to leave to the legislature administration ef Coloradoe old age pensions, have been protested by groups questioning the validity ef the signatures on the petitions. Other petitions wsto submitted yesterday, but .Alexander said they were filed after expiration of the six-month period after ballot title was granted, at set by law, and were therefore . Little said between 40,0 and 45,008 signatures were attached to each proposal In the petitions filed yesterday. A total of .$ legal signatures Is required to place them on the ballot The reform movement recently Incorporated under an organisation registered as the Association for Governmental Reorganisation. NLRB May Step Into Strike of Vegetable Men Greeley, Colo., July 8. (A) Tb national labor relations board may be asked to Intervene in a controversy 'TelweeattrtttnrPe pickers and Giena Hubbell, Greeley pen shipper. J. Austin Beasley, International organiser for the Committee for Industrial organisation, said lt night he would file a complaint with the board charging Hubbell with violation ot the Wagner la-bor act , Beasley came here to investigate a strike ot 18 to 78 pea tickers In fields northeast ef Greeley, The strike was called after two "row" bosses. Art Lopes and Edwin Madred, both of Greeley, were discharged. Picking of the crop la proceeding without interruption, Hubbell atld. TODAVS BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL Cl N ax X ATI 1 CHICAGO Walter. MroilTrdi.HsrWergsr; Bryant, Cerleton, Logaa and ODea. BOSTON - 1 ? ? ? MEW YORK Fette and Mueller; Hubbell, Lohrman, Brown and Maucuso. i . j PITTHBL'HGH .1.. --- NT. LOlIS Tobin, Brown and Todd; Davie, Shoun and Owen. AMERICAN XEW YORK 1 1 B0&T05 - Pearson, Murphy an Dickey; , Deseutnls. CHICAGO DETROIT .0 .1 Whitehead, Ford and Reuse; PHILADELPHIA WASHINGTON ' Caster. Wlllleme, Potter end ST. LOCIA CLF FX4M) S H. Mill and Sullivan; Filler VT V 6 PAGES TODAY YESTERDAYS CIRCULATION 8,091 Killed in Harlan Frank White (above), former Harlan roaaty, Ky., deputy sheriff on trial at London with other former peace officers, coal operators and companies, was shot to death near Corbin, while sluing on n tourist cabin porch. His killer was busted. AP photo, THREE KILLED ON COAST AS QUARREL ENDS Salt Lake Man Faila t E 1 1 1 1 1 Reconciliation, Shoots Wife, Self, By stander Los Angeles, July I. (AV Bs-j cause Robert P. Barnes, II, ef Sslt Lake City, could not effect s reconciliation with his wife, both be end Peggy Ray Barnea, 36, were deed today, aa was e straager who triad to aare Mr. Barnea. 1 A latter foued fa Barnea pock-et, Police Officer Jehu -B Meier said, told of hla plans to kill bsr unless she agreed to live with him again. The (laying climaxed a quarrel between them as they sat in Barnea car outalde the grocery and liquor (tore where , Mrs. Barnes worked. Witnesses said they beard Mrs. Barnea scream and w her fall from the cer. A few seconds later there wta a shot, a she lay on the ground. The sound uttracted s neighbor, Curl Hawkln. 81, picking berries nearby. He rush ed for the car, only to be shot down, m he grappled with Barnee, Mrs. Barnea, not struck by the first bullet, scrambled to her feet to run, but wee eut 6 wn by another shot from her husband s automatic. Then, as nuotber wllneee, P. G. Smith, dropped him with n flying tackle Bernes raised the gue to hts heed end pulled the trigger. AMMONS WONT RELEASE WEST Denver, July 8. (AV-U,M Judge end district attorney recommend sucB ictfon,' Governor Telle Amraoni will not grent exeentive clemency to Bose Weet, It, of Louisville, Ky. Ammons informed Gov. A. B. Chandler of Kootucky. who requested that West, convicted slay-r, be paroled and permitted to return to hla native Kontucky( that be could not "consider It unless I bavo the proper recommen-datlons. West wss sentenced to t term of 38 years to Ufa in tho stato penitentiary at Canon City following hla conviction on i ehargo of murder In tho death of Frank Dree, If. who was shot on n bustling Denver street Dec. 33, 1138. LEAGUE e 1 1 1 I 011 0 0 LEAGUE r ! 1 i 1 4 I Btgby, Oetermueller, Wagner and it 0 0 , 0 . I . . Anker, and York. I Brueker 0 0 0 . sod Hemsley, 0 0 s . -a s a - - W. Ferrell end R. Ferrell. TIE iABLY SECT VOL. XLV. GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 9, 1938. NO. 231 England S e n d s Troops Famed Irish Guards Will Bolster Forces in Jerusalem in Effort to Quell Bloody Riots Jerusalem, July 8. (A) Famed Irish Gusrds, who provlds some of the gentries tor King George VI ot England, tramped into apprehensive Jerusalem today to help thousands ot other soldiers sod police quell bloody Arab-Jewtsh violence. Tho slaying of two Christians and one Moslem in au Arab village In tbe Holy N'axareth dlstrtu brought tbo number of deaths In this days ot racial killing to II. At leait 188 weio wounded. Arab ttrikes spread thru the Holy Laud. Moat Arab shops in Jerusalem remained closed. Few persons dared venture Into otreets of tho city tease with fear. Strict curfew law were enforced In the largest cities. Tourists, among them 81 Americana, could travel only with heavy police escorts. Two steel-helmeted policemen one British and one nttlve set with loaded rifle atop every hue operating In Jerusalem. Bute thruout Palestine repeatedly her been targets for bombs, rifles snd machine guns. Four Arabs were killed and 18 Injured when n bomb shattered a bus hero yesterday. Burly Scotchmen of tb crack Black Watch regiment picketed the mein square of the Jewish quarter and the Arab market area, scene of yesterdays bombing Arab charged that a 13-year-old Jewiah schoolgirl, arretted following tb bombing, had carried a handbag from which n companion drew the mlssle and flung It Into tbo crowd. Jewish spokesmen said, however, that most of tbo attacks on Arab warn by pstfrayenti provocateur. - Niue cuts or sniping werl imported la gcattered districts including three against Jewish a-elements near Jerusalem, Haifa and Jaffa and oner at an Arab village on the outskirts of Jerusalem. Window Washer Falls 10 Stories , But Is Unhurt Fresno, Calif., July I. (AV Take it from window wnsner Chester J. Wegner, n 10-story fell thru several awnings and n skylight If likely to loar you wltk n deflated feeling. Wagner, 37, entered the ground floor barber shop of a downtown building via the skylight alter bla safety belt broke, bat hie only Injuries were tom minor cuts on bis bend end right arm. "It sure took tb. wind out of my stile, " be said. "I eeat remember bow many times I turned over tn tb air, bnt It wn too wttnyc It w tho swalng wed tb skylight that broke my fall end eared my Hie- Boy, gm I thankful!" Wagner, who we rttnoved to 's' )iopltfwfterr doctors eould find nothing eertouily, wrong with him, left n trail of ripped etnrae deer down tbo 138 feet b. fell. "I cant remember wbnt if anything I thot about on tbe way down." ha said. "All I know U that it was a terrible experience. "When I hit tbe skylight, I fait pretty sure I vrai safe. Then n screen gare way and down I went again. Tbe last drop vaa nothing compared to toy takeoff from the top of tbo building. Chesters brother, R. B. Wagner, witnessed tho 4(11 end rushed Into tbe barber shop expecting the worn.' There waa Chaster, surrounded by n gathering crowd ef unbellerers. Spiritualists Advice Heeded In River Hunt Alamosa, Colo., July I. (Ay-Alvin Wakefield said ko would follow today directions of a Span lik-Amerk-an spiritualist In the bunt for tb body of bis rather, mleitng tn the Rio Grand since Sunday when he end e eomptuloa orerturned oe e boftlng trip. A Spanlsb-Americae radio singer who style blmeelf Prof.Veldlne Perea, announced Hat night he bed been In communication with E R. Wakefield "iplrlt and uid hla body would be found In n whirlpool three quarter of a mil below where the boat eapelted Sunday. - The dispatcher's office of tb Denver A Rio Grand Western railroad, while taking tbe profee-(ore prognostication lightly, conveyed tb information to young Wakefield ' Tho eon, who bee repeatedly felled to find any tree of bl fathers body In thorongh aearchi during the Uit few day, said he would follow thf linger directions "on g long shot." CI38wTB55nnE37 022222 iI2Ll M T 1 Aw Jnsa Vam ewn Labels e this map point eat the moat Important development In the glao-Japaaeee war at the ead ef a year. The shaded boundary eacloaet China proper j the diagonal line rill Japan and thu territory now held by the Japanese the year of eonfllet earns to a close. The labels, pointing eat location of the principal events, are numbered la chronological orders AF photo. DEPARTMENT OF WAR WILL START DRIVE To Spend Millions to Edo eoto U. S. Industry to-Produce War Materials j Waiblugtoa, July 8 A Thi Wlr department is getting ready tn spend 118,000,660 "educating" Industry to produce war material. V , Coagree authorised the expenditure over n five-year period la aa effort to gear the industrial machiaa more closely with the military preparedneaa machine. Aa initial 13,080,008 will be spent la the next 13 month, Loula Johnson, assistant lecre-taryof war said today tb department would put tba new program -Into affect ie. qhtckly aa poalible. It will ba fully underway, he laid, by Sept. 1. - Tba educating" will ba dona by awarding email contracte for war auppllea to firms which do hot Bow produce them, but could by making slight eheugei la their plant. A clock manufacturer, for instance, might b given an order for certain metal part used la artillery range-finding instruments. Tb theory I that the manufacturer, boctuM ot , experience attained in producing th peace-time order, could begin prod action speedily In war time. Tb army's principal branches hay been naked to report on whet rttal munitions would b most difficult to procure fir the event of wer, and the will guide n special board in distributing tbe orders among tb .factories. Tb army ordnance department be eta arsenal producing nod maintaining Its guns and other equipment, and already has contracts with n few commercial concern for somo finished end semi-finished materiel. Millionsof War Materials Sold - To Japan, China Washington, July 8. (AV American firm fold Jepaa add Cbina more than 138,088.868 worth ot wer eupplie during their Bret year ot conflict. State department figures showed today that Chios bought 513,553.-741 aud Japan $7,114,411. Japan purchaeee, however, have increased at n much mor rapid rate, with tb result that In th last six month Japan bae become n bigger buyer by terernl hundred thousand dollar. Wer suppllei sent to both belligerent were principally airplanes, motor end acceetorlea, Most shipment to Chin wer licensed for Hong Kong, British, port, thru which they go into the interior. " SUt department officials laid it was too soon to determine tb effect on tb statement ot Secretary Hull Jua 11 that th sdminl itratloa was seeking to discourage manufacturers from shipping plans to countries which engage la bombing civilian populations. They said licensee on tb basil of which arms export figures are published are Issued hi eotaalder able advance of th actual shipment. Manufacturers sre under contract wlfti the belligerents end have tn ask for additional licenses until thu contractu bar bee fulfilled. rmO m m- KHMIAH4 Reinstatement Of Ellis Asked Denver, July I. (A) A petition for the reinstatement of Erl H. Ellli, Dearer, attorney who we suspended from th practice of lew after th discovery of microphone In th Colorado governors office la March,. 387, we filed today with tb state wpNneeewu Friend of Ellia add ft filed without hi knowledge. It carried th signature of Denver District Judge J. J. Welsh, who presided In Kilts trial for eavesdropping, conspiracy to eavesdrop, committing a public nuisance and conspiracy t commit a public nuisance. Ellis was acquitted on tb conspiracy charges and the public nuisance eberge sad found guilty Of eavesdropping. He posted Personal recognisance bond of 5600 and wee retested on good bebevlor, for n period ot on year. Tb trial was held In January and sentence pronounced June 11. 1831. JAPAN RUSHES MORE TROOPS 20,000 Additional Men Sent to Bolster Drift on Chineo CtgpiUJ ; Shanghai, July I. (A) The Japanese, rushing 38,080 fresh troops up th Yengts river for stU Intensified drive on- Hwikew, sent bw not to th Called State and other foreign power today urging removal of 11 foreign vesels and cKLena from tb danger ton. Th not stressed th "deeli-ability of voluntary evacuation along the river between Nanking and Wangbiikohg, halfway to Hankow, sad cautt'inod particularly agalnat remaining In tb It-mil stretch above Klukiaag, 135 mile downstream from th gro-visional capital. A similar aot to ib foreign powers on Jnn II wee rejected. Foreign authorities bad aot yet bad time to auawer tn new communication, but in view of their pest eland It was considered likely it also would be tatocted, wits America and British gunboat at Klukleng remaining there. Kluklang, nett major objective In th drive, end Knllng, t hither-te untouched mountain retort where a number of Americana and other foreigners have sought safety, were mentioned In the memorandum danger spots. Questioned ae to bow foreign vessels could evacuate Kluklai.g wltb n boom blocking the river 38 mile above tb city, g Jsparete eookesmaa said be nederetood there wee thannel thru th beom and min fields, ' Asked why Knllng was includ ed, since It was 13 miles np tn th moantiins end ef no military importance, be said he bed information that Chines troop were there, which mad It a military objective. Hopper Fairly Well ' Clewed Up Say Afent Colorado Springs, Colo , July 8. (Ah Gris hoppers that for n time threatened to mow dowa farm crops and Colorado Spring gar den end lawns, were "filrly well eleened ep" todey, A N Vlrkera El Put) county eg tut, declared. nc a i; ) rmjsvjiiwartijrjJJ Off ue-t Mtvf amT J, id Mmutit A fMSMCfP u Muerji RIVER PARTY IS READY TO RESUME TRIP Narrow Escape from Death la Cataract Canon Lee Farry. Arl July 8. (Ah tnnoculated against tear by II drfnttedbmf plunging dowa oh of tba weet'i mightiest river, two women, oa of them tearing middle eg, awaited eagerly todey start ot th second belt ot tb Colorado river descent to quiet waters behind Boulder dam, Nr. Informed that th slxmember scientific oipeditlon atlll be th turbulent -rapldi of th Grand canon to , navigate, 48-yer-oll Eliadn Clover, plump University ot Michigan botanist, said; "W know wbnt . to expect. Rapids frightened me when th trip started but now I know how to help handle the boat," Her 31-year-otd eilefant. Loll Jotter, waa anxious to get under way. "I'm not worried. h eali. "Tb trlp'i been ekelttog and swell. It look as tho Dr. Clover and I will be th first women to eonquer th Colorado." Th expedition, four meu and' two women traveling la three light boat, arrived her yesterday four days overdue from Greenrlrtr, Utah, whart they embarked J $8, s-fr.i'w.iA. ) t-4 1 Tb women gbtred equally !u tb expeditions tasks and danger. While negotiating rapids, a boat Co n t at btng ir.-C: Olbemt. - dee-Francisco artist-photographer, end ' Eugene Atkinson. University of Michigan geologist, overturned. Gibson swam aeboro, Atkinson clung to tb craft end wee carried over seven rapid. Mire Clover end ih expedition leader, Norman D. Nevlll of Mexican Hat, Utah, aped recklessly down 'the river to catch th bobbing craft and rescue Atkinson. Dr. Clover wu calm and steadily aided In gulldlng her boat," Miu Jotter laid. Morris Knocked Out by Baseball T areas suitable for farming wer In MnviP SrFnCS available end th West Indian ro-ill iTiuvic -viicaublewooMprorl(,M(1lll4tcll. Hollywood. July 8. (Ah Glenn I Bltl drlc-Morris, Olympic decathlon chum- " ploa turned ertor, reached tor football today In a movie Men end was knocked out by B baee-ball. Tb baseball didnt have any business In th scene. It was thrown by on of a group ot extras playtng catch on tb sideline, nut of camera range. . . Morrl didnt se tba baseball, ee b was concentrating on catching tb football, or bed barn durked. ho eeld.nheq be recovered. A bump Ilka n banty egg sprung up on th Morrlt brow, io he we exens-d from work for th day. Fire Controlled t Bailey. Colo., July 8. UPyk forest tiro that burned nearly two square mile ot pike nations! for-est east of Bailey wee under control todey. Thirty volunteer struggled elth th etuhborn bias which farted yesterday afternoon from aa uudttaralaad source. 5 Oklahoma Battle Ground Is Next Stop on Journey Chief Executive Stumped Across Kentucky and Ohio Yesterday and Declared That Shoes of' Majority Leader Barkley Will Be Hard to Fill If He Is Defeated in Primary Bulkley of Ohio Also Indirectly Praised by F. R. in Short Speech Oklahomans Kept on Anxious Scat as President Moves Into Center of Bitter Political Battle; Thomas Expected to Get Edge in Oklahoma Address By JOSEPH H SHORT Aboard President Roosevelt Train Enroute lo Oklahoma CUy. July 8 (A) President Roosevelt, anxloui tq keep hi friend In the i senate, adtamed today towel d Oklahoma politic! battlegiound The day a engagement took him Into the Demociatlc senatorial primary fight Involving Senator Elmer Thome. Governor E W Marland end Representative Comer Smith The president wa expected to give the edge In hi Ok I lehome appearances to Thomas, a loyal administration aupporter During stumping across Ohio and Kentucky yesterday Mr , Roosevelt gave a verbal push to the candidacies for renomlnetlon of Senator Robert J Bulkley of Ohio end Alben W Barkley of Kenturkv The chief executive wee epe- dally emphatic about Berkley, the senate majority leader, conlendlug In four talk that present day problem demand the understanding of national minded lawmakers of the Berkley tpe Th train stopped at Little Hock, Ark . to pick up Senator Hattie Carsway end John E Miller of Arkansas They were to ride about 100 miles with the presidential party lo Boonevtll where Mr. Roosevelti first platform appearance wee scheduled The first Oklahoma atop la to be at MeAleeter where the chief executive Is to make n platform appearance at 13:41 p m (MST). Another suck appearance will be mad at Shawnee at 3:43. Tb Oklahoma City peeh I schedule for 4:38 p m (MST). Two of the Oklahoma senatorial candidates Thomas and Marland wired Whit House secretarial as the 10-car presidential special rolled thru Tennessee that they would ride th train thru pert of their state Senator Josh t snd three Oklahoma repreeentatlre. Lyle H Boren, Wilburn Cartwright and Wilt Rogers, also arranged to Join th presidential entourage. Governor Lloyd C. Stark ot Missouri and Arkansas eenatore, Hatti W Carsway end John E Miller, wer also expected to board th specie) Elliott Roosevelt planned lo come aboard before his father reached Fort Worth. Conferencee with those official and the four speeches promised a busy day for the chief executive. Some hours were allotted for tb speech writing The msnner In which tb president would promote th candidacy OPEN DOORS TO REFUGEES w . -W,. -tMfVMA y IMt Evlan-Lea-Bslna. Frame. July I. (A1) Three Latin American na-I tlons offered today to open their j new charges of political activity doors to Germsn and Austrian r-by tho WPA In Kentucky In be-fugeea after other rountrie had half of Barkley brought a corn-told th Evlan conference they pietm denial from Harry Hopklna, eould not permit mass Immlgrw tlon Mexico pledged "asylum to foreigner who are afraid for tbelr Hr aud promised opportunities for them to work Th Dominican republic promptly followed suit aa did Peru, tbe latter making an exception, however. of refugee Intellectuals. Virgin Truplllo Molina, Dominican delegate, announced both agricultural and professional meaj would be accepted. He aaid lai'g j Plans Underway for Stop Of Roosevelt on Tuesday Scs-rct errrlce men ead local natlioriUe b!cd thrinsclvr , here todey on plans ton brief atop by President Booeevelt, I scheduled for the evening of fneedey, July IX Th government wen conferred during the day with police, s sheriff sod highway patrol officials, national guard officers aad s railroad exetutlvea. A a result, arrangement were virtually complete for handling crowds canning Into the thousand. The special train, carry Ing the chtef exeentive and bin ret Inna across the country to th west coast, is scheduled to arrlre her at liO.'l p. m. next Teesdaj. It will remain for 10 mlnntr while Car are serrlced and bnginee changed. C areful plana were laid. Police Chief H, K Decker aaid, for controlling traffic, roping off large area in th vicinity of tb atalioa te cars, and for handling a throng that may reach as high na 10,000 persons, , While not officially confirmed, It I believed thht th president will make a platform appearance during the atop here, and ha la expected to address the crowd for three or four minute. With him on the train will he Colorado two eenators, Alva Adam and Edwin C. Johnson, and i.or. Teller Ammons, th latter heduled to hoard the train at Trinidad. The three Colorado dignitaries are expected to leer the train here, and they will probably attend a glaat Democratic rally at I Lincoln park following th train's dr part are. of Thornes remained In doubt up until epeeking time In Ohio Mr Rooserelt tnic praised Bulkley tn Kentuck), he celled both Barkley and Governor A B Chandler, the candidate for th senatorial nomination, hla friends Th piealdcnt elid' d he was not Interfering In any shape, ntanuer or form in th Kentucky primary, but be suggested et th jtame time that Berkley' shoes In th eenat would be hard to fill At Covington' Latonla race track, Mr Roosevelt declared that Governor Chandler would make a good senator from Kentucky but I think my good friend th governor would be the first to acknowledge that a very Junior member of the senate. It would take Mm many, many years to match the national knowledge, tb Mpw.lnce ,nd th, acknowledged leadership In the affair of th na-Turn to Peg f. Col. 4 F. D. R. HITS AT ACTIONS OF CHANDLER Kentucky Governor Wanted Him lo Traffic in Judicial Appointments Washington, July I. UP) President Roosevelt be accused Gov. A. B. Chandler of Kentucky of placing him In a "disagreeable situation by proposing that n nay be cleared tor Chandler to run for th senate. Th governor, Mr. Roosevelt said In a letter lo Senator Logan ID-Ky.l. wanted him "to trafflo ! in Judicial appointments, " t proposal which bo said put him, Lo- f gen and Senate Majority Leader Barkley of Kentucky "Into a most disagreeable situation and wbollv : ; without any cause theofor, The latter, given but by Logan's associates her today, was dated i Feb I. It was written shortly aft- , I tr Login bad announced ho would ; not resign from th senate to ae- cept n Judicial appointment. Hi resignation would bav . opened th way for Governor Chandler to run for bln sen at 1 seat. Whan Logan did not step out. Chandler announced In opposition to Barklev. Yesterday President Rooserelt, In n speech at Covington. Ky., endorsed Barkleys etndldaey by citing hi record tn congress In a lengthy and 4ftud4ory, meaner. ,, Lest night at Rowriujf Creen-jK' Logan's home town th president said Login had stood firm against dragging th Judiciary Just before th presidents letter to Logan was given out today administrator of tb works agency. Senator Vendenberg (R-MIrh.) wrote Hopklna Inquiring ghout tb distribution to l-ondon, Ky., of large paper bags bearing th name of Senator Barkley. Hopkins replied that they were distributed not by tb WPA but by a general Store to whom they had been donated by an unngmed friend of Rarkley. Ha added that loose and unfounded charge" were belnt trumped up by persona anxious to find political activities in any and every set ot this administration." r i 1

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