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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             NEW ADA. OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1932 NUMBER 10 Says His For Federal Buildincs Not Pork Barrel Stuff HOOVER NOT FOR IKES Garner Insists Hoover Against Measure Because Help Nol Concentrated Program Brief But Impressive. Graves of War Veterans Decorated WASHINGTON. May W.   Speaker Garner today In a formal Hlatemenl assailed President lloo- v.-r for bis criticism of HID I-.- 2llli.OIIO.lHlU relief program and ,1'iiled that It wan "pork leglHultlon. bin dally conference with newspapermen, tlm T'-xau hand- ed a copy of bis liionl In Ibem. said the pieiddent'H allusion to I IN; proposed public works program In his relief plan as "pork bar- rel" comes "with graco from one who demanded that j oo-opcralo with him Simple but impressive was th .Memorial Hay ceremony In Itoso- dale cemetery this morning when tribute wai paid to tbe soldier dead of the nation's wars. There was a good representa- tion (if Ada citizens present for the brief program which bad, been arranged by Norman aril post of tin- American Legion for Ada's Memorial Day ob-ei- vane.-. The pnicraiii was given at III' of Gray Whlsenhunt. who In iiclloo on the battlefield nf France durlm: the World war. Alvls Jon.--.. Hiilltm as post com- mander, was In compo-ed of Helen Sarrott. Anne I.-- Griffin. Milton Ilradley and liobert I Mill- three bvllllis. Itov. L-slle pastor of Hie Christian ihnrcli. offered prayer. Vol Crawford. I.euloniiiiln-. spoke for a short lime   lending powers of 1h- reconstruction finance cor- poration and lo create employ- ment by niltlifirlr.llig and liu: n public, works program was not unexpected." "Tho democrats did not expect to receive real co-operation from the president In any mailer hi no- filing Hie IIIIISHOS and thono wl.o bo loriued H.....ilddb fought under Confederacy. Nine of Ada Legionnaires dro'-i- to Slom-wall Sunday nnirii J. Berry King Preparing to Take Purcell Bridge Case to U. S. Court WOULD VliCftTElJUHCTION Governor Murray Promises to Remove Tolls by Purchas- ing Bridge OKLAHOMA CITY. May fight for possession of Uio Loxlnglon-Purcoll toll bridge appeared headed for the Slates supreme court today de- spite promises of Governor Mur- I ray remove tolls by purchase of the bridge. If nocissary. I Murray promised early tnent of litigation over the brldco In a speech Saturday at Purcell. I recalling efforts to buy tho i about a year ago. I .f. llerry King, attorney sen- oral wan preparing for nn appeal to Iho supreme court to vacate -in Injunction obtained by Charles i n Hamlll and Wlllmighby G. Walling Chicago, hrldgo to prevent the state from taking the bridge, over. W C I-owls, assistant attorney general, who fought the- case through federal district court for a temporary victory. to re-versed by the circuit court o! appeals, has completed a pellllot for a writ of certlnrarl for review of the circuit court's ruling b> tin court. lit I Hi" an'd proi-entod a similar pro 1 uram and to Uoff Sunday after KIOII for anolhor. Allen Letlon- lalres held a memorial ser.Ao t Allen cemetery afternoon. poopli Garmr slato- SUpronK liiliini linn Ho contends the Injunction up holds :v perpetual franchise, con Sunday after- trary to_ provl-.lpliB nf tin; stat. BEFORE SEITE "I--.SV now It was first attempt to walk r the la'ster east' liad been removed from a broken leg. and th elephant was assisted by his keepers at the Atlantic City, N. J.. Htoul pier. constitution, and alleges the cuit court overlooking the cir- fed- oral constitutional provisions for- sults against sovereign elans of American nor said. Tin. lexl of Hi, meiit "president Hoover's opposition to Hie bill In relieve destitution, to broaden the lending poweri' of the reconstruction finance cor poratlon plan II was hnlled by the administration leaders as :i panacea all nall.uial Ills. IleinoiTllls .Ill-Ill "The deiiiorralH. desirous of aiding a distressed people, adopt- ed tin- recommendations of Iho administration at their face value and co operaled In pasn- Ing Hi'1 bill. If tho reconstruc- tion finance rorporatlon has aid- ed materially In reducing nnem- plnyment or rollovlng human dl'i- Iresi; from Hie ed depression I have failed observe II. railroads, liisip-anco ooiiipiinlos and iith'-r financial InxtlliiHiiiis have received needed aid. but Hie benefits have nnl filtered down lo Ibe small bu-d- ni-ss man or Hie smaller Indus- tries. "This acl was approvd .lan- imry 22, more than foil' months I'noiiipl.iymonl Inereiis- steaillly during I hose four months and It I" now ohvluon that Hi" relief to Hie masses, promised by administration lead- ers thriitiun thin act. hits lo materialize and wlll not ma- unless th- roslrlcllons are removed. "The allusion lo Iho proposed public works pro- gram as n 'pork barrel' with poor from one who demanded that roncros.i co-opor- uto with him In passing rerun- sructlon finance rorporallon act. II would be Just as logical lo refer to the reconstruction fin- ance corporation act as a "pork barrel' for the bunks. Inmiraiir. companies, railroads and finan- cial Institutions of the country. "It Is mil 'pork barrel' nor can any other prom-am wblc'i will aid 111 this period of distress bo trrnied such. Kti-ry Sei-lliin "It IK true that the public. worltB program covers every sec- tion of tho rnlti'il that Is what wo want to do. "There Is no part of lint conn CiiinpniKn For Office. I Up Speed For Dash J..ly 5 'ickiiiK to blddln Murray liar laughed nt tin- court action, King Is Hooking lo convert prl-ate prop- erty to Ihe stale's use without a valuable consideration, but ob- servers said bo was powerless I o stop tb" appeal unless th. Is purchased and the case be- comes moot. Kins was made co-defendant with the highway commission when Hamlll and Walling, having announced purchase of Dorset 'rurler's Int'-resl. went Into fed- Tuesday, five weeks fiom morrow, will be an Importnn expired I a number or men. .inn i ....._...._ _........ a few won...... In I'onlotoc ,-ounly us In oilier rounlle-  voters I" Hie I" make their declidon as to H'.- persoiiH whom they waul I" run Ihe affairs of county government for the romlni: two years. Of course, they will not nmkc tin- final decision Jnlj Enrollmcnt ApproiichinK That of Lnst Yciu. Many Ex- ccllenf Kentures. More General Appli- cation of Tax on Manu- facturers' Levies CONINIinElfiCTS PIH Voles Down Proposal; Senate Places One Cent Tax on Gasoline WASHINGTON. May 'he limited sales lax twice re- iTtod by I ho house was advoca- i'd before the senate, today by Hoover, and within a alf hour afterward was ;own by Hie senate finance com- iiltleo. Adopting the unusual ciiiirsL- if addressing tho senators IK lorson. Mr. Hoover said ho did nit favor a "goiionil unlos lax.' nit had come around to cousiil- .rlng a "moro general" appllc.i- londf tho proposed manufaclur- TS levies In order to balance ;''o Midget and meet tho present Ho outlined also a project of federal aid which would broaden greatly the lending powers nf Iho reconstruction corporation. co that It could advance funds to tales and municipalities and to private Industry to start the ball of employment and recovery rol- Convention Unanimous For Expresses No Second Choice HOUSTON. Texas. May (It__Texas, heretofore; consldoie.1 a dry stale, wlll bo represented at tho democratic national con- vention by a delegation namoi' bv a convention declaring for a natlon-wldo referendum on pro hlbttton. Although the state convoutloi here Tuesday did not give nnj Instructions regarding Ihe prohl billon plank In the parly's pin form. U wan comildered Ilketj that tlm delegation would nN op pose a refernmlum declaration Helogatos to the stale meetln voted. 851 to 6fil. for resilbmls slon. The convention previously na Instrucled the dolegallou to glv the state's -Ifi votes to Spifiko John N. Garner until released t. him. Nn second choice, was o> pressed. Morris Sbeppard. co-anlhor o the ISth (imendment. and fol'U or Governor Dan Moody, ardoi dry. wore left off tho list delegales. Congressman Sam Ha; burn, slate convention koyiinlor ITE RUSHES Will Seek to Force Meuure to Vote Before End of Today's Seuion INCOME TftXllES BOOSTED "onnally Amendment For Higher Rates Adopted by Almost Solid Vole WASHINGTON. May Tlm senate today rojoclod tlm first of Its finance committee's budget balancing taxes, refusing lo put n five per cent levy on domestic consumption of gas and oleclrlclty. Tho was -If, to -10. nvniiiillleo Ituxy WASHINGTON. May 31.- A tumbling succession of dovol- opmonls. Including a personal ap- peal from President Hoover duy forecast senate passage, of _a budget balancing tax out tins sales tonight or tomorrow. Tho president adopted tno un- explained, hnwever. Sheppiinl had requested that In- not named. 1'rohlhltlonlsts claimed that many of their number sluyctl nut of the conveiillons becauso of the roqulri'inent that all con- vention participants take a plodso MZEr oi in Hio. Police Superintendent Suys Washmston Can Feed Tlieni Only 48 Hours and an order restraining tin state from taking rharso. Kin I therefore, n i ullhout auth ernor. i Garter, who with chairmen of tin- hoards of county coininU- slon.-rs of McClaln and Cleveland counties, composed the group 1m- Attendance ,it the coll, May reached a total of nils isj army camped on about Ibe same as for the Wishlngton today, determined lo responding period of last year wM siirren- Wbetber the attendance w H r de- reach last year's total depends on the number  roposal was promptly rejected 2 to S, by Hie finance com- liittoo. the president's appe.il for iclton on one sort or another ipparenlly made nn Impression in the senators. It appeared Ikely that the tax bill would be lassod by tomorrow with the raps fllli'd up hv Incroosod In- taxes. A raising of the In- schedules was voted by Hcnato not long before tho Idont appeared. In his address to tho s.'iuilo. Mr. Hoover declared the down- Work on the ward course of economic affairs I1Uirdor" of had lakrn an accelerated pace j torso within Iho past few days, and ruins of u that hesitation In Washington was partly responsible. Ho emphasized he was oppos- ed to tin! "general" Bales u system providing a levy on every sale from wholesaler !o retailer to consumer. Such it sales tax Is not ".lefore congress and has mil I.....n. HO to support the party noiiilncu for president. Several of those who favored the referendum pointed out that a vote for resuhmlssloii was not necessarily a wet vote, hul was In accord with the dem- ocratic principle of lolling tlm people rule. While the d. 'legation was com- posed of both' wets and drys, Garner leaders anticipated little friction. They pliinnml to lake a delegation to Chicago Imlmot with the Idea nf effecting th  1 I'Cll. and wlll bo added In Iho bill of tlm consumer Jor col- I lection, follows: tiittittlillr ntUs cii'intv Ai'brey ml Hi'if In il-.e jsind reckless driving, li. U. M'1-1 .Manns, portly exorullve clerk for Governor "Alfalfa Hill" Murray, declared today ho was tbe victim of a and said he would ,-nt.ir a plea of not sillily In police court. I He was arrested following u I.' collision nlulit between his ...'.I motor car and a water truck. city fur Mr.Manus who denied he iiailf... IM ti been "drinking, said he "wouldn't of calling Governor Mur- rav on a mailer like thin." but from Hiu-li deplollon that Wash- own dostilul" would be forced I" go hungry. Hut the leader of Hie most organized ooiittnm-nt UK'" trnm tho. clflc coast replied they would -u.v till HK- bonus Is paid. C.l-i foril said lie would tnrce this lime limit unless con- "wiinls to fool Ih.'lr hills." Uready be had contributed from his own funds lo buy them food tn round out supplies cotitrlbu endorsed the special manufactur- ers oxci'o sales alons the Hues recommended by Hie lions" ways and means committee and twice rejected by tho house and now before the somite. This tax Is levied only once upon a com- II Is sold by the manufacturer. mysterious "torch Maurice Harkoy, was found In ruins of u huriii-d automobile near January 22. Srmlnolc county authorities filed a mur- der cbargi! today against Glcnr. S. Itoy In connection with The charge climaxed moro than three months constant In- vestigation covering a trail wblc'i led from Semlnolo In east Texas. For- Itecd.' Unnulillenim WnUon. Shortrlduo. ijiFolleltc. IH'fll, I' Jones, and Smool. Harrlsim. King. Walsh of Miiss.. Darkloy. Conally. Goro and Hull, i i llnglmm. and Thoinii" of An attempt by Senator (D Oklu.) to imiki! tb, ax onn half cent a gallon was rojoctod IS Ho 5. tbo vole being l" that "when T got out of here :o out and loll him all about It. try that lias not felt Hi- might jTKXTII.i: Claude V. Thompson, tiidi-e, has one opponent. M. K'-rr local allonu-y. :u race. also, will be selll.-d first week In July. For Ihe others. barrlir-: b majorllles for a sln-le Candida: Miere will remain Hire.- weeks of strenuous work for In each race. Hie; li.-.-lv of an Intensive drlv- furl voles In Hie first primary. The ciiunlv races have r-ir overshadowed Ibe cnmp.ii'-'is t the Male levl-laliire. but Hi" I for two place- In Ibe stalf lawmaklim body are oxpecled I" .u-ouso more Interest from now on thanks to widespread Inl-n'-l In the problems Hint will ci.n- _____ ..P-nt-l i'-r lho aml aU   COLI'MIHA. S. C.. M.'V a iwo months strike, textile workers went back to [heir Jobs today lit the Ilatu idnut of Hie Lorlni; was no disorder. Kactorles at Irfingley a n are lo resume op.-rii- tionii ab'O. officials said. T.io mills are operated by the Mer- chants Jt Manufacturers Mnniici- nionl corporation of New York. Between 1 and 2.000 work- ers were affected by tbe strik- Uist Saturday there was a fair response to the opening of the market, which Is designed to enable farmers to dispose of their products direct to local pupil. I oclliro. on l-nn.l Wrl-ht of' Knld. Mielit six months lu Hie Ho'.y Land, wlll ulv.- two Illustrated lectures deallii'-- with the lions In Ihat historic roslon. H-1 Is an experienced as well a.s a capabl tho scenes which ho will are from photographs which hi developed. These lectures will be r Monday evening at Tuesday ,-veiling at college Invites those Interest attend. There will bo no ch or these lectures. .Mmillions I'll.m.e.1 AmoilK tho special I1''01-1 which the college will offer the summer -sslon are As I h.-y wer. policeman on duly at this pornrv billot shouted out: lows." you're welcome here. IJill the minute you start mixing with ireds and out you go. I Th" men cheered and Walter I W Walters, the HS-ypar old I march leader told lho officer: After It had rejected th tax. the senalo finance commit- to, i; approved a tax of one cent n gallon uasollno, estimated lo leld J150.DUO.HIM) of the MMI.IIIHI still wauled. Tlm committee then voted to lit a five per cent consumers lax on domestic, gas and eleelrlc- ty to raise nuiu WM years III prison nt Alostor upon a guilty idea In robbery-of Ib" Hank of Dovot. northwestern Oklahoma, wlll b returned hero for arnlgnment according to County Attorney sales'oils H. I'rcsson. Harkey'n torso side tho highway ter the Dover robbery In-tweei Shawneo and Semlnole. said PayiK was found b" it few days of iborv I; J'rossOl connly wIlnosHO Idano. Goro ru., t_, mil Sniooi. Conally and Against- need. Kuyos. Illnglmm. Ipit. Thomas of Idaho: Motcnlf. Democrats George, Wnlsh of Mass.. and The vote for lho nno gan- iillni! tax follows; For- Itopubllcans WuUon. Ueed. Keyos. LONDON. May version of the coming Lausanne If we find any red agitators T th' we'll take care of them ourselves and tako them ,to the district lino. We came horj speaker flag for whlcl j wo fou--ht." siftRflESTSTFIWEIL OEUBi J- COHEN 1 b l 10 upurn for tho destitute, unemployment relief and also aid for the small business men and small Indua- trios arn ouually -urgent. "This relief bill does not In- terfor with the balancing of the. budget. U tho tnx nec- essary to pay Its own way and will not add to Iho existing dc- (ttiiitlniiml on K No. For the coming Saturday a i-.lumber of farmers have aprivd 'to brins "In produce which will be available at the market on N. Droadwny. There Is plenty of parking space In tho market enclosure and access to the stalls in wnlch the farmers will have their pro- ducts Is convenient. officials union called when company refused lo ri'couiUe a formed by lho Chicago KoheTTN. Wlnslow lost a ring on a French battle- field In 19IS. A Rcrseaiit In dressing station, whore Wlnslow had gone H years ago for treat- ment, recently returned It to him throneli a veterans' orcanlxntlon. Tul-nn IKn.l WEWOKA. May 2G. S. G. Hell. who went to Tulna 20 years from Kansas City Mo., died here toda- at the horn ot a daughter. Mrs. Alva Parent For 25 years. Uell was manage of lho stockyards In Kansas City Kan. C H I C A G O. May ihllosophe Russian 13. Dr. Edward II. Juno Cossnck Into Is trouble. 1 In JulluV pocket. conference on war debts and re- parations Into a conference on wo-ld trade was sponsored today by the prime minister Ilamsey Mni.'DnnuId In an Interview pub- lished In the London Dally Mall. MacDnnald Is at Losslemouth. Scotland, rccuperallng from a re- cent second operation on his eyes. "The problem lo be faced." ho was quoted as saying, "Is not nerely the recovery of one nation, j jut the re-starting nt world com- merce. I should like lo see tin: Lausanne conference boldly tackle, this much bigger problem in all Its Important aspects, as well as dealing with Hit: war debts and re- to son paratlons. It Is an International but po- problem and no nation can nettle means It for Itself." have been secured who hnv" sta- led Hoy and several other police, rhnnictors were with Harkoy the iilsbl of January nnd ho nil- II was learned Harkey bad several hundred dollars la bis possession nt the time. ProMson said ho had conclili-lvv that Harkey still was ul tho time his automobile burned, although he ha-l I.....n shot In lho head. Hi re- thul the state, bureau of criminal Identification bad evi- dence that the bullet aken from Harkoy's bead was fired from a pistol owned by Itoy. Tho pistol was traced to a Semlnole pawn shop, the counly attorney said. HI f lutto. Joiiaii, Smool and Democratii Harrison. Walsh of Mass.. Unrkl-y prominent philosopher and liter- ary critic. Juno 21. The Cornish Players r-iwirns Jim" money in JUIIUK Chorus, Jim- knnwn to as a confidence man. was about to f Ktt mfi tt MltnBT" Howard H. MacDonald. Pulitzer prize. winner for brst reporlorlal "ttVn'n Frank, president of tbo University of Wisconsin. July 1 John Guorncy. grand tenor. July 14. One act play program, direct- ed by Prof. O'Connell, July IX. HMortc Grove lo IK- During the year juM closod tn leave the detective bureau up" yesterday followlnz rest In Kvanston, when sti'ppoil up. ho demanded, doing 'show its ar- Jullu "whal TEKBS ftlLOINIIBLE Texan oil won W WB.OOO 000. making tho two propo.am about my "What arc you asked Well. "Hero, tako on account." "He bouchl a radio from me two years ago." explained "Every time I see In Ihe papers that he's going to be down for a show-up I come down and (Cnnllnncd IOr I MWT.M 15 the year juM closod t.ie colloct an Installment." received and planted trees onc Idcntlned In CH..- ined on I'nue 8. >o. i) 1 nPCtion with any crime and he -waa released. _ con- K.VTIIA I'OI.ICK I'OH SUI'ltl-LMK COt'ltT TODAY WASHINGTON, May Fifty extra police wero stationed at tho capltol today In anticipa- tion of a demonHtrallon at tin: nuprrme court by a group of Communists reported assembling downtown. The courl expected to lake up the appeal of seven negroes scntencud to die al SeotUboro, Ala., for attacking two white girls. Later, capltol and metropoll Ian police officials conferred 01 plans for special police protec t the supreme court. AUSTIN. Tex.. May ni he per well allowable ast Texas oil field was of tno cut to Idaho. Democrats Coiinnlly and _____ I'rovlidoim of Kill WASHINGTON. May In u now offorl to fill In Iho gaps between govornm-nta JK- couio and outgo, lho voted anolhur Increase In Incomu "horlly after Secretary Mlllit had ttilii Its finance commluo" the rovctiuo bill as It now Htandii would ruUo and thai wnulil needed, lho Canally ainondmcnt approved. It was this would bring In upward nt J70.000.000. Secretary MlllB recommended to the senate finance commltt'" a gasoline Ux lo yield J 150.000.000 and relurn lo lower nxempllon ot 10 ccnW on admissions llial bo formerly pro- posed. Itoslorallon of Ilia lower admission exemption, fee said by thu Texas railroad ._ Ion today. Tho. field lop oulpul will remain at approximately SIS.OOO barrels dally. Thu uuw irdur Is effective tomorrow. The new per well allowable wlll hold for in days. H was based on an estimate that there will be fi.114 producing wolls In tho field for lho Juno 1-15 period. The commission decided to-call a hearing of operators In UH field for about Juno 20 to dis- cuss new rules concerning velopmcnt there. R D. Parker, chief oil anl sas supervisor of tho commlKidon said about 20 new wells oally were being bro-'ght In In tuo Held. de- of Previously word had conm rom the finance commllleo Ihat Secretary MIIU advocating tho lax as a. method ot boosting the tolal revenue lo thu amount needed. Tho Conally amendment pro- vides for normal taxes ot 4 per cent on the first S4.000 Inconto and 8 por cent on Income abovH S4.000 with a surtax sraduauns to a maximum of EG per cent on Income In excess of 11.000.000. Income rates previously roton by tbe senate were 3 per cent on tho first J4.000; 6 per cent on tho coxt and 9 per cent oa Income above with a maximum ot per cent. Existing Income Tales CooUnped on 8, ho> B   

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