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Publication: Ada Weekly News June 1, 1932

Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - June 1, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA. OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY, JUNE I, 1932 PUTTING HIS BEST FOOT FORWARD NUMBER IO Say* His Program For Federal Buildings Not Pork Barrel Stuff HOOVER NOT FOR MASSES Gamer Insists Hoover Against Measure Because Help Not Concentrated Program Brief But Impressive, Graves of War Veterans Decorated * I    »J Mr dal t rh *01 tai Cl ill* I hi , U ni) ) SSI?.* was It) jotty to Rot1 nomine "-h#' MAY DECIDE IN ORIE BITTLE J. Berry King Preparing to Take Purcell Bridge Cate to U. S. Court .d TI «r* Ad** WU' Ada to f»d told i cr I it is* ti? i "..ram the wart. . r* pr« sen ta" pr« Hi nt for of J WASHINGTON. May 2k Speaker Garner today in a statement atta tied I ’ r* v* r for his criticism 3 OO ,00 Ii .OHO re Bef pt <1* riled that ii was p#*rk tegisalilOf). Vt Ills daily con fere ne in*WKpaperinea, the T* xau «*d a single copy of his * uh tit to them. Ii** J*aid th* pi eroded rn allusion to pi o posed put die wo<ks pro In his relief plan as ‘pork it Gp> —; formal I I* fit HOO* the $2.-1 ;ram ami * k barrel" I ra ii ona xx *. - WHI Wuk I o r fit U-1 Tira n Day ii iv* it H L* ad w- * in WOULD MOTE HUUHGTIDN Governor Murray Promises to Remove Tolls by Purchasing Bridge l! tie* who *t w 11 ti land-: state-1 that the ram bar nier that iii#*#! in of Frat VI vis J one* in a utter, wa A quarte Sarrett, \ ii Brod ley an santhr* * Fin vt Vt, I las * ‘inret). Vol r hat VVI aet i it! f(l ■ I. v nu or d wa t rot I f **t i ford r«!" comes "witit poor front one who demand'd congress eo-operate with nim in passing the eeeonst ruction fin* iinr** corporation act." "It would be," Gamer added, " as logical to refer to the reconstruct lo* finance corpora* Hon act as a ‘pork barr* I for lite hanks, insurance companies, railroads and financial Institutions of the country. Not **l*ork Ilariel** "It Im not ‘pork barrel* nor can any other program which. Hill extend aid in thin period of distress be termed as smb." Garner smiled as ho handel bin stat**!!!' nt to tit* newspaper-! men. II* laughingly said that ; a or a thor full measure of d** country and theft by tin t*"-n, now honor Meniorial fibs# rv#*d. \ firing squad I a obit* t*i th* Jimmy Duke and j ti son bl* w t ups. Dot al t ! ibu'#*s *»<' 34 veterans of t ♦os *<i 1 O riffI bert Rev, ! he -aver. IC'S t tim# vol ion r if!*'a non**, D tv f He! . Milt Brad!* j* ,h!I** Vhristi ft- I donna t re, - on the for their ; - shown in who'** }s bein - «* ii » ♦*?i th xx •) V, t ch gave vat* dead and Frank Hawk. Bov Scouts told th* graves <d he World war, I 'n ion soldiers r and Sd who ,* flag of tie BEFORE SENATE TI Convention Garner; Unanimous For Expresses No Favors More General Application of Tax on Manufacturers' Levies Second Choice Mny COMMITTEE REJECTS PIE* _ Votes Down Proposal; Senate Places One Cent Tax on Gasoline President Hoover * “opposition to I he hill to relieve dentil #Mlon, to broaden the londin / powers of the recount ruction finance * <»r-po ca Don and lo mat employ* tii4 nt by authorising and expediting ti public work* program was not unexpected “Th** democrats del not expect Ut rec*-iv** real co-operation from th#* president in atty matter b*Benting th** masses aud those Who ms bt he termed th** middle cl.isf e' American i" opte, o«*r said. The t «• vt of the Gat tor meat follows: "President Hoover** opt to the bill to relieve to broaden the lent of th#* reconstruction potation plan it wa the administration leaders as a panacea f all n 11* I ll* H lit!** in the Civil fought unde (’onfederacx. Nim curs *»f \da legionnaire* dtcc*' t<» Ston* v all Fanday inoni-and prest ut#**! a similar pro-and to Roff Sunday after-for another, Allen Legion- * . ii a I m' ' I•»!    *    ‘    J in; gram TIO ill na ins All# ll celli* t \ a t Dis afternoon. FIVE WEEKS TD OKLAHOMA CITY, May 30.— 1j#,    \ fight for possession of th Lexington-Purcell toll bridge appeared headed for the I nit#-1 States supreme court t < id a y despite promises of C,ov**rnor Murray to remove tolls by purchase of the bridge, if necessary. Murray promised early settlement of litigation over the bridge in a speech Saturday at Purcell, recalling his efforts to buy the structure about a year ago. J. B* rry King, attorney general, was preparing for an appeal to th#* supreme court to vacate an in)unction obtained by Charles H. Ha rn ill and Willoughby C. Walling. Chicago, brid-'* owners, to prevent the state from taking tin* bridge over. I W. C. lie wis, assistant attorney general, who fought the case through federal district court for a temporary victory, only to be reversed by the circuit court »>r appeal has completed a petition for a writ of certiorari for review of the circuit court’s ruling by the supreme court. I ,#*xxIs l ights Injunction II* contends the injunction up-i holds a perpetual franchise, contrary to provisions of the state constitution, and alleges tile circuit court overlooking the f**d- ♦ a! constitutional provisions for- * Enrollment Approaching boldin suits against sovereign states. Murray bas laughed at the court action, •contending King is    _ seeking to convert prL ate prop-1 Attendance ut the college Las. . rtx to the Date's use without a |‘niched a total of 2,D I . This Is' HOUSTON, Texas. May 25.— Lpv Texas, heretofore considered la dry state, will be represented at the democratic national convention bv a delegation named by a convention declaring for a nut ion-wide referendum on prohibition. Although the state convention h* re Tuesday did not give any instructions regarding th** prohi- _________ billon    plank in th** party’s pUt- WASHINGTON, May "I LB) form, it was considered likely The limited sabs tax twice re-j(hut ttM, delegation would nOI op-jected by th** house was udvoca-j    a referendum declaration. ted before the    senate    today by i Delegates to    the state    meeting President Hoover, and    within a voted, Sol to    5ti I. for resubmls- half hour afterward was voted I aion. down by the senate finance cont- The convention previously mitten.    I instructed the    delegation    to Adopting the    unusual course) the state’s 4$    votes to    Speaker of addressing th** senators it'; John N. Garner Will Seek to Force Measure to Vote Before End of Today’s Session IME TIU RITES BOOSTED Connally A rn e n d rn e n t For Higher Rates Adopted by Almost Solid Vote natl •ive “Easy, now . . eas-y-y!" ... It was Zoobu’s first attempt to walk after the plaster cast had been removed from a broken leg, and the 350-pound elephant was being assisted by his keepers at the Atlantic City, N. J., steel pier. That of Last Year, Many* Excellent Features. Police Superintendent Says Washington Can f eed I hetn Only 48 Hours Campaign r#»r Gar state opp** it tot dent it tit loo lug power inn ne#* cor hr# lied 0 I* .id* rn a Ilion ii iii lichi Office Picking L p Speed For Dash to July *> valuable consideration, hut ob-: . * \ rs said he was powerless to Top th#* appeal unless the bridge j is purchased anti the cast* be*- j reached a about the same as for th* responding pet iod #»i last Wit# titer the attendance reach last year’s total of cor-year. will I 8,<4-V 2,31 <5 f WASHINGTON. May 30. Lib \ weaponless army person, Mr. Hoover said he did j not favor a “general sales tax.’ i but had come around to considering a “more general" application of the proposed tuanufaclut ers levies in order to balance .’*e budget and meet the present "emergency.” He outlined also a project of federal aid which would broaden greatly tim lending powers #»f the reconstruction corporation, so that it could advance funds to states and municipalities and to private industry to start th#* ball of employment and recovery roi-i ling. Like wl se, he asked for action on tin* legislation, long locked up by congressional disagr* e-!meats, to cut millions front the roll of government expenditures. His proposal for f« deral relief through th#* reconstruction cor-jproration ran exactly counter to; the relief plan advocated by j Speaker Garner, and in defense J of which Mi. Garner was testifying before a house committee I while the president was on his I way to Capitol Hill. Appeal Makes Impression WASHINGTON, May 31- hT> Th#* senate today rejected the first of Its finance committee's budget balancing laves, refusing to put a five per cent levy #>n domestic consumption of gas and electricity. The vote was lf, to lh. until released bv him. No second cholee was expressed. Morris Sheppard, co-author of the I st ii amendment, and former Governor Dan Moody, ardent dry. were left off the list of delegates. Congressman Sara burn, state convention keynoter,; explained, however, that senator Shepparr* had requested that lie be not named. Prohibitionists claimed that many of their number stay#** out of tho conventions because of Hie requirement that all *on-Svention participants take a pledge to support th** imrty nominee for I president. Several of those who favored th** referendum pointed out that a vote for resubmission was not necessarily a wet vote, but was it) accord with the democratic principle of letting th** people rule. While the delegation was con>-posed of both wets and drys. Garner leaders anticipated little friction. They planned to tak#* a delegation to Chicago Imbued with th** idea or effecting the nomination of "Chaparral Jack' Garner, if humanly possible. < from 'I*,—#tn > « )»*)•*») 1 Tu**sda\. D\* v.#*< as ft morrow, will b* ho i ti utte r #»f rn hi pontoto# a "The democrats, d* [ding a distress#^ p*op I til*- t (trout mend at! on *i rn I til st ration at th va hi#* an*! Inc th* hi! Don flit a ne cd mat< ria • tew*' •rx #* It ■ r* i ll ;* OB jerated lf th#* r * petri* tioi n fed ti cl Hi ving Ii from Dc I hav# irons o' I#*, adopt-a of lh* • dr    fa c# In pass- •rmist rue has ai#! in* un# ut •tm,in dis * prolon Lilied L dav for a a few wont* as iii other con nth -boma. It will h* el* ct ion t h«* voters go to t It' ma k* tli#dt d* **i ton p**rsons whom they w th* affairs of county for th** coming two \* (in y n tout auf . and mint > ()k In comes moot.    depends on the number of stu- Kin ’ was made co-defendant | fJ n|H whf) wjn *,nro|j Monday, with th#* highway commission j gjnct, HOIIJ€ 0f th*- schools in the wh#*n Hamit I and Walling, ’’L * district iii'*' just closing if Is lik#dy that Die total attendance this summer will equal that ot last summer. I*. T. < "iieses Ib’uin M#»i*«I *v Beginning with next Monday. t tor from# ar t ll# to course* t ft ital <!#*• i icy i#m i*. •id will July red, it)* c to his not nu in wit ii ti I* ss. ampul announced purchase of Dorset i ■ i rterh int re I. went into fed- * ra! court last year as tho l.'id .**’:• 2i*-year-charter expired' and «»t an order restraining the I -•tat#* from taking charge. Kin :, j therefore, may push the fight nu tout authorlxation of the governor (’art r, who with chairmen of * ,■ hon rd■ of county commit-ioners of McClain and Cleveland <■*> inti* s. composed the group Im-oundtng tolls pending final de lft P Ie’ ver lug of tit#* m»t iinetit nitration sy, said to sell. 'Son just what not permitted May :*,<*, and continuing throughout tit*1 week, th* col Ieee win off* r a course in IV reUt-T * Hen ' association work. This group will mer! each day in th** auditor) * * * from 2 to 2 DDL Lloyd Morn-sett, principal of th#' Class#*!) Iii !) school at Oklahoma City, tnd Miss Greta Smith of the st cant lied on Washington today, determined to) proposal ti* re until congress surrender - to its uncompromising demands. Th#* army was made up of men who fought it) the World war, 1,300 or more of them, be-s«<'Ching at this difficult pass in the nation's life that their s#*r-\ i<•** bonn i In* paid in full immediately. >i \ 11 i ti t ruck loads of gathered from across th'* broad J entered I Although the limited sales tax was promptly rejected Committee llu^y WASHINGTON. May St. bin A tumbling succession of developments, including a personal appeal from President Hoover po day forecast senate passage of a budget balancing tdx hill with f in [Out the sales tax by tonight or Uay-j tomorrow. The president adopted the unusual course of speaking in the senate chamber, asking for another $215,000,000 in new tax a, the senate finance committee immediately voted down the sales tax. 12 to 8, but substituted other levies which it hopes win fill the gap completely. It voted a 1-cent a gallon tax on gasoline, and a five per cent consumers' tax on domestic gas and electricity. The senate itself, awhile before had boosted income tu\»*s again, this tim#* to th#' 1021 level. Some senate leaders were predicting passage of tit#* oil! by nightfall, although the sales tax advocates sttlliusisted thai a vote must he tak#'U on their proposal iti tin* senate. Most of them oon-defeat. vote in th#' finance corn-on the sales tax follows. Republicans Watson, Short ridg#*. Keyes, Bing-Met ca lf and Smoot. Demo- DF'I 12 to    8.    by the finance committee,    the    president’s appeal fer' action    on    one sort or another1 apparently made an impression, on the senators. It appeared! likely that    the tax bi Ii would bel    ---— passed    tty    tomorrow with the Jnvestigation of Three Months gaits filled up by increased income tax#*s. A raising of the in-I Com#' schedules was voted by tim them, Senate not long la-fore the pr#*s- j id«*nt appeared. weep of tbe country, entered I in his add) 'ess t#> t It#* s/ria t * *, ti,, . > pita I from Maryland    yes-j Mr. Hoover    declared th#* down- teida>. weary and stained    with    ward course    of economic affairs th,* nim*' of haphazard travel,    had taken    an accelerated pace    w])0iSt tMlur air* adv had filtered    in, a    within the    past few* days, anti j    ruins Results in Charge Killing Harkey time, and more were owners ar** ill cli "IL.iF h, 1 .iilr* nads. Insurance* ■ St •od \ xx (irk t ll TOI lull th#* <*")»•)- ch tin ;••« #11 »*s and ut!)* r fin JI lid a I # v bv c«iididat< ^ I IHI f h» ir I rf* P*1 * ! in-tit ii 1 • *)Ti•. hit • roc#* IN IMI I" «*«!• <1 j hi*s ma! ki d th I1 Jill r.; r* HS "f DU* aid. but I he h* ll of it s Ii a vo not j ca id pal* n thus far. ; itid th# r#* art* fill# r« d d*#wti I" th* mal! bit**!- ^':rritl~H her* and 11,• • ri• which j m nt .in or t ! 1 * alter in#!us- i at#* that 11 hit) g s will pi *k up , t r I* ■** • ,*<«*d from HOV , tinti ii Julv ». "This a**t wa ■s apl , mu *] Jan-! Ntis, DOM* ll >*i» ti and Jam* -, na tv 2 2, 1 ii or** '1 Ti a ll ! Lin** months I W, HUD. its* lait**! • ll • * IX #'' •11 ll’ ’ a go Unett) ploy n 1«‘!t t l .* s i ncr#*as-1 I mum rint* tui#*nt cam ^aligning t»r .'Fwd it during 1 ii ton# four jreel«‘ctl#m, will d# CT it th* ii* cop- month* anil it Is ll mw "bvt"#) n jtent in th* fir^ :\ #1# rtioii. as they that th#* relief to th#* masses, •are th** only ct I ti cl I#1 ut* s, promised I" adit ttinls! rati#"I L a I- Gland** V, Thou 11 tsihi, co itii> the legal centro-, will-’department of education w* : <*(*! the cours* . prwm*. I* home md-.:    *}T:    ''.'’"‘3“,    "“X developments ar- training rn tins >> « of word -n say" Carter! Columbia univ* r tty and M •Smith is _    seriation j part in en t Those of work n Titer#* (IP' in this typ# univ ■ rMty th** 1‘an ut-Teacb* r c\p#*rt in tit# state of education, interested in th!-ar*' urged to att no fe#*s or charges JPC tot. ref it act, aid w ha*# fall#* I ill not in a -r#‘st rift ions alin moi #ion Hart oui •a; ft nan# Km O' I tie rat oa# is to J rh ti pro-1 I I comes; one who I CO Opef- J iJC recon-1 itton act. I <*- leal to] Don flu ’ MnL *, has en M. K#*rr, loc* trace, also, wilt first rne«*k in J For th* ot ii* majorities <«»r a there rn ill ’ * 1 we**k* of siren* in each race, i I ,,f .    i, fu**is *’» sn ii in th#' fit > count \ trshadon -tat* I i >    *    v#    i    * v*ft T «»\ t h* sn an coin a in WIT iod ok . rs I *1 roil Eft TSU lo materialise a Ie rial I se unless are removed. "The preside the propos#*d p gram as a ‘po with poor vvac demanded that ate with him J sr pct ion It would refer to anc#* cor barrel' f com paul* cial Institutions "ll IS Bit * can aux o Her will extend aul distress Im* t* rm**d such. livery Nstke H«*lt«*d "It is tm** that th** r work* program covers every Don of Do* United States that is what we want to do "Ther»* is no part of tho tr\ I fiat has not felt th*' I of the depression. And th!* v *-atn Is proposed v it h a of extending un* ti)p!o> rn* nt relief to every section as writ a** liroadenJnc the function* of the reconstruction finance corporation for the purpose of eater lug aid to small bus in# the smaller industrl states, count!#"* and cit!* have been unable to finance ne- ded public works. "I realir#* as doe* the president that the necessity of balancing the budget is urgent and I have consistently urged this sine** before congress conv n#'d. but aid foe the destitute, unemployment j refused op poi it torn* i alit mill a: x I* c tor** Off' h# I W iii j <i re interest v t i* -pi ills tho t legists the eau mi *lrlv i^ ! ax ** C.iUt, ‘X pc# f rot: ad i wi! lire. tor t NX I Ti alg OKI.AHUM \ CITY, May 30 * r Held overnight in the* city! tail oti charges of drunk** and :• * .!* -s driving, IL D. Mi’*1 ALm-is, portly executiv* clerk for* Gtivenior “Alfalfa Bill" Mtirrajr, <i* alar* *1 today It*' was tile victim * <*• a “fra ti*' ui*" attd said he would en Us r a plea of not guilty In police court. IL was Arrested following i collision list night between his ti * c» t >»r car and a water truck. Mc Ma n us, who d nled he lia*l h.en drinking, -aid he “wouldn’t think of tailing Governor Mur-rav on a matter like this," but that “w I * n I L# t out of her*' I II go out and tell him all about taking this the I*. T A larly invit«*d. j Superintend' Carmichael of tur*' to the sellooI and cours**. ill Ada M**iiih#*rs #t! are partieu- d n ring the Ca rtnichael junior high at present j high school ut - < I* ct perry Shawnee will me class*** in junior high adolescent psychology coming we**k A' was principal of til" school iii Tnisi and is trine!pal of the junior at Ardmore. f* VV at a expected. They \v»*r<> fed and housed iti a vacant building rind* r arrange-n***nt made t<#*t finally by a forlorn* Sui-a*li*r general of war dave I*olic* Superintend«*nt Glassford. Ile told them they would have to have in 4S to sax* th** local relief t»«i ut such >1* ;>let ion that Wash-' • n ton's own destitute would be fotc#d to go hungry. But the r of the most organized contin gent 330 men from the Pacific coast t* plied they would stay 'ill th* bonus is paid. (Ila sford said he would #*n-11 j re* this tim*' limit unless con-v- "WM lits to foot 111 * i r bills.’’ \1 ( ,dy lo had contributed from own funds to buy them food round out unpiles contribu-iu im ss houses of tim Don that hesitation in W’ashin was partly responsible. He emphasized he was opposed to th** “general" sales tax « a system providing a levy on every sale from wholesaler retailer to consultor. Sue Ii a hon rs poi} gress fnVU; endorsed AE MI NOLE, May 28. -LV> After more than three moat bf work on the mysterious “torch murder" of Maurice Harkey, torso was found in the of a burned automobile j ceiled Th** Hilt tee For; Ile#'*!, ham, erat Walsh (M ass). 8. Against:    Republicans    - Harri son, King. George, Barkley, Connolly, Gore, Conti ga n and Hull. — 12. Th** vote putting the five P*'r cfm! lew on domestic gas and electricity, which is to end July I, 1934, and will tx* added to the hill of th** consumer for collied ion, follows: , For; Republicans    Watson, s Recd, Short ridge, La Follette. Jon«a a11#1 Smoot. Democrats Harrison, King, Walsh of Mass . Barkley, Clonally, Gore and Hull. —13. Seminole) Against: Republicans K#'y*s. and Thomas of Llano. ___-George.—4. wit it of n**ur here January 22, county authorities filed a mtir-1 Bingham, der charge today against Glenn Democrat in connect ion with Die! An attempt by Senator aor* S. Roy rase. *° The charge climaxed    morojtax one than titre#* months constant In- rejected “ ‘ ‘    ‘    wh; - Short ridge Democrats King, irs ♦ ■ \r*    Hahs tax along th*' Cliv, shawn#*#* and Earlsboro.    jConally ami    Cor#?, a. lines reromm*uided by the horn#-1 Roy, recently «entenc#*d to I0j Against; Republicans - Wats , and means committee end years in state’s prison at Moj||©ad, Keyes, I (D.,Okla.), to make th#* gasoline half cent a gallon was 13 So 5, the vote being sales tax is not before v*stigation covering a trail which us follows: and has not been. H** |.*d from Seminole to east Texas, J For:    Republicans th#* special manufartur-    Payne county,    Okla., Oklahoma    and Smoot. v aion a    th'-    City, shawm*#*    and Earlsboro.    (tonally and #.#»i • v the boun" Roy, recently «*ntenc#»d to 1b j Against: Repu way* anil moanH rnmmittrx an't y.-ars Iii Mal.'N prison at Mr, Rood, Ko»**«.    . twirp r.    jrrtrd liv tho hints.'    and    ' Al.-atrr upon a    aunty plra In tho    Jrlt. Tboman of Idaho; Jon.*    Md now brforr th.- twnntt. Thin    tax    rohhi r, of th-    liank of Dovrr. In    M-t-nlf. DemjH-rM.    H.rrlaom is l-vi-d only on— upon a com-1 nortliwrstern Ohlahomn, will be OcorB-, Walsh of Mas*., Hark I • •    rn__ n mm I tvtt «ndknt    ti    I    i    1    H his < n ted MV it.’ .! ft) rn \ t\i SH Sui IL' was r e'nth superintendency “f schools ami will schools of that city His exp* notice in schools makes him an on the i>r«»hletns of t cent pupil. Lithic*** on E. D. Wri -1 ' spent six niontl I .and, will -iv** lect ares dealing ti#)ns in that is an experienc ■lect**'! to * '« ti*** .Shawn' direct the for next v* ar. junior hiuii ant hor#? v (* lid#* i capital. Die wa hla nket last nit,tv h*’ sought fr*lni t* d# part th# ut cots and hu th** ut* ti. who spent it 't’i bare hoard floor.' in \da W'* e is arm mark'd, continuing opened last this UT' it!' ral in TI A I II I * \\ OHRI R*4 \ I \\ < MIK IN K xiii I d - Bien. and the which relief and also aid for the small business men and small indulges are equally urgent. “This relief bill do*-s not in-i, rfer with the balancing of the budget. It provides the tax necessary to pay its own wax* and will not add to the existing de-(I'out in iphI on Uage M No. .3) COLUMBIA, S C . May so. I** Ending a two months strL textile workers went back j Ii# lr j«>b*# today at the plant of th#' Loring mills* was no dDord'r. Factories at l^anghy Clearwater ar#* lo resume Dons also, officials said. mills ar* operated bx th* chams \ Manufacturers Mena ment corporation o! New Betwixen I,IMM) and 2AMX) ers w r* affect' d by called when company recognise the workers  a Chicago— Robert N Winslow lost a rin., on a French battlefield in 1918. A sergeant in a dressing station, when had gone ll years ago ment. recently returned it to him through a veteran® orsani/s:ion. th# formed to bx Bat ll There and Operant'* * M# r- Y v>rk. work-1 strike, j official J union t •ordin- to The program which Is for o >ening on Tuesdays #1 T tr •'days until I o’clock the afternoon and all day Saturday. Last fair res the ma to #*nah their products i onsutm rs. Holy laud of Enid, who | s in t he Holy j two Illustrated with the condi-Uistoric re-ion, H*‘ i photographer ii- w« ll as a cap-ti*!*' speak r an#i the scenes which he will snow from photographs which be J. lectures will he glv n evening at 8:15 and evening at 8:15. I he thos# int* rest* -! to will he no chai go un unle a* #1 building. Vfi they w* r#* turning in, a pnliccman on duty at the temporary Iii 11 et shouted out:    l**d- *civvs, iou re w* Iconic here. But th* minute von start mixing with rnls aud socialists, out you go.’ Tn** it! ti cheered and \\alt#*r W. Walters, the 35-year old march bilder fold the officer; “lf w#* find any r* d agitators in th* grout) we’ll take care of Diem oui >**lves ami take them *(* ?    .ii-)    ■    line    We    came    h«*r#»|by mid* r the sum* flag for which VV- fought." modify when it is sold by th# manufact urer. After It had rejected th* tax, the senate finance committee approv'd a tax of on#* c#*nf a gallon gasoline, *atiniat#,d to yield $150.OOO,Oui) of th#1 >215.-000.000 still wanted. The commit!* '- then voted to I have put a five per cent consumers tax on domestic gas ami <*l#*#*tne tty to rain*’ $00,OOO,OOO. one cent gas Watson, La Ko I and Metcalf. Harrison, Georg#** Mass., Barkley and returned hero for aralgmnent,|and Hull.-- I I according to County Attorney j Th*-    vot»*    for    th* sales Otis H. Bresson.    I dine tax    follow s: Harkey’s torso was found    h**-|    For:    Republicans side the highway a f* w days    <if-j R. # #i. Keyes,    Bingham, ter the Dover robbery h“tw#*en Jette. Jones, Smoot Shawnee and Seminole. Bresson Democrat* said Bayn** county wi t nesses j w*ainh    of been secured who have s*a- Hull I t**#l Roy and several other i»#)lice chartlet* rs w'*’r'* with Harkey    th#* ! night of January 29. and he    ad- !de*i it was l**arn#‘d Harkey had I several hundr«*d dollars in hist | pfiss* ssion at the time. Presson said he had conciiislv#-1 evidence that Harkey still was1 I Republicans Democrats A gainst: of biabo, iand Gore. 3. Provision* of Bill WASHINGTON, May St. In a new effort to fill In gaps between governmental Connally alive was ■ b«***n T.H th#* h:- t o*i ay at the time his automobile j coim» and outgo, the .H* nat*‘ burned, although h«* had j voted another increase In income shot in the head. He r‘~ taxes. v< ab d that til** state bureau of J shortly after Secretary Mins criminal iiientificatlon had evi- hacj told its finance commit ten den ce that the bullet akan from thf rfcV(.nue hill as it n*.w stands Harkey’s head was fired from would rain** $840,000,000 ami owned by Roy. The pistol j that $1,125,000,000 would be pistol are week )d, Vf,lopt These Monday Tuesday I college invif* -att» od. Tie re ARRESTS Of Will DELIGHT J. Dished in th#' MacDonald shop, th#? county attorney said a KUS UMBLE Sat inlay th# re was a i f(,r these lectures. , • .. to th# op * min g ot;    Vt tract ion* Ulanin*#! kei. which is designed, Among th#* sp»*cial prograui-farmers to dispose #'f j which the college xvii! offer e • • direct to local ] Rig the summer € 'ssion are t " following: For the corning Saturday a] Dr. Boyd H. Bode, education amuber «>f farmers h«v #• agr* -'d i philosopher. June 10. to bring In produce which will I Russian Cossack Chorus, Jun l av alia ole at the market on! 13. X. Broadway.    j    Dr. Edward Howard Then is plenty *>f parking j prominent philosopher an# suae* in the market enclosure ary critic. June LONDON, May 30. CP) Con ve rsion *>f the coining Lausann* con fer#; nee on war debts and re parations into a conference on world trad#* was sponsored today the prim#* minister Rams* y wgg MacDonald in an interview pub-j London Daily Mail. is at Loss!#mouth, Scotland, recuperating from a re-1 cent second operation on his eyes. “The problem to be far#*d," Iowa* quoted as saying, "is not i merely the recovery of one nation, hut the re-etarting ♦ f world com-,    — mere*. I should Ilk#* to s*e the    Al STIN, T#*x CHIC A G O, May 30.—Ut)— ILauaanne conference oobily tack)# Th**    p# r well Every time the police arrest    Jo-; this much bigger problem in all j east    Teaai oil peph" (Y**llow Kid) Well, they lit* important asp# cts, as well as* 54 mak** Julius Coh* n happy.    dealing with the war debts and re- j by th*: Texas railroad N'fit that Julius is glad to    see j parations. It is an International sion    today. Th#* field    top output into trouble but po* I problem and ii*) nation can settle] will remain at approximately means,it for Itself."   « - -- EXTRA BOLK E FOH SUPREME UGI KT TODAY traced to a Seminole i»‘,wn j needed, the Chally amendment May 31.-"(Ah— allowable of the field was cut to barrels daily from 59 barrels, I was approved. It was estimated 'this would bring in upward of , $70,000,000. Secretary Mills recommended •to the senate Duane#' com mitt #: I a gasoline tax estimated to yield i 1150,000,000 and return to the lower exemption of IO cents on ‘ admissions that he formerly proposed. Restoration or tim lower admission < xernption, fee said would yield $55,000,000, making commis-! a total from the two proposals I anyone get < Winslow for treat ed access to the stalls in wihlcn th* farmers will have th* lr products is convenient. —    .....-a — Till-ai i IF ad W EWO KA. May 2 6. — FU — S. G Bell, 77. who went to Tulsa i 20 yearn a\o from Kansas City,} Mo., died here tod a- at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Alva Parent. For 25 years. Bell was manager of the .-tockjards in Kansas City, 1 Kan. Iller- 21. The Cornish Players Jut’ 2 •-A. IL MacDonald. Fu!ii/**r priz* winner for July 8. as to “show-his ar-Juilus “what here?" $20 on lice adion against Writ moil-*', in Julius’ pocket. Well, long    known    to    police a confidence    man, was    about leave the detective bureau up" yesterday following rest in Evanston, when st#*ppod up. . ... ... . "Hey** he demanded, b* st reportorial wor*.,,    •    ,,, -a-*** u *    i    ab*)ut my $64.sot .. lf    “What    are    you doing (Benn    I*    runs,    president of I    asked WelL    “Here,    take fniv. r-iiv    of    Wiscon., 1 n.    J'g! I    account.'* John Guerney, grand , * "He bought a radio from me tenor. July 14.    two years ago,” explained Julius. One act play program, y    "Every time I see in the papers cd by Prof. O’Connell, July Is* that ^e g zo\nx t0 be down her* Historic Gm»\e I#* to* lKHli<at#H» a si10W.}1p { come down and During the year Just closed ta. ! coUect an installment." colies#* receiv##d and planted trees. No ORe identified Well in con-(CVmtlaued on Page H, No. 1 > I n^eti#vn with any crime and he ‘was released.  __ nt)w W ASH INGTON. May 31 .—Ll’* Fifty extra police were stationed at the capitol today in anticipation of a demonstration at th#* supreme court by a group of Communists reported assembling downtown. The court is expected to take up the appeal of seven negroes sentenced to die at Scottsboro, Ala., for attacking two white girls. Later, capitol and metropolitan police officials conferred on ! plans for special police protection of the supreme court. will base will 325,000 barrels daily. The order is effective tomorrow. The new per well allowable hold for 15 days on an estimate that then? be (Ll 14 producing wells in the field for the June 1-15 peri#Ml. The commission decided to call a hearing of operators in the field for about June 20 to cuss new rules concerning velopment there. R. D. Parker, chief oil gas supervisor of the commission, said about 20 new wells daily were being brought in in the field. of $275,000,000. Previously word ha*i come from the finance committee that Secretary Mills was advocating the sales tax as a method of boosting the total revenue to the It wasj amount need* d. The (tonally amendment provides for normal taxes of 4 per cent on "he first $4,000 income and 8 per cent on income above $4,000 with a surtax graduating to a maximum of 55 per cent on Income In excess of $1,000,000. Income rates previously voted by the senate were 3 per c#*nt on the first $4,000; 6 per cent on the next $4,000 and 9 per cent on Income above $8,000 with a maximum surtax of 45 per cent. Existing income rates are 1§, I Continued on Page 8, Na. 5 Am divi de- and ;

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Publication: Ada Weekly News

Location: Ada, Oklahoma

Issue Date: June 1, 1932