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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - June 8, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXX11 BMI REO RIVER FREE BRIDGE ADA. OKLAHOMA* WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1932 NUMBER ll Milk Inspection Ordinance to Be Put Into Effect Preparation* a; now to enforce th' railing for J n - p* * being made city ordinance (ion of milk Vets Carry Bonus Fight to Capital Oklahoma Loses First Skirmish Before Judice Pollock at Kansas City KIM DEFIANT Governor Immediately Places National Guard Patrol at Bridge KXNSAS CITY, Kaunas, June ti, Mb- F« d< ral Judge John C. Pol lock Lula v ov< mil* d th#* elate of Okia loma's motion to dismiss an in lunet ion in ti 11 bronk tit by the receiver for the Heil River IJ ridge < oui patty of Texas, reeking the! fbi intr or cont tol tty tin rom pa ny of the fie# bridge near Denison#; lev , until alleged damage?*, of 12.Mi,OOO are obtain* d through i tolls. Judge Pollock ord* r« »l attorneys -for Ok lahotua and ti*** company lo tile briefh tty Saturday in federal court at Muskogee, (ti'.la., relating to the calidity of tin* Chickasaw franchise utid**r which the com-pa ii v > parallel toil bridge opei ated. lf he i old* valid tin frarmliise granted vt ara ago try the Chicks haw Nation. Judge Pollock will try th#* ca**#* at Mu sh orc* before a jury to *1# t#*rintne what, if any, damage?* are due (lit com patly. Tile ease would ti** It aie-ferred from the (quit) to tti# law side of th#* docket to provide for a Jury J ria!, In th#* # veet of a trial, th#* law applying to a ctmd#tunation suit* bi mg bt by Oklahoma concerning J a ,*p roach c« to tin flee hridg# which We It* owned bv the bridger company will be cml Id# ted also. j (me pa11 of tip injunction pro-1 needing seek* to restrain Interior*; mice with the opt ration of til** J i tll bt id ;* aud an application for a • mirt mandate a Iii that th#* r*•- j fiver for the bridge company Im* I pl ic# ti in charg# of the free bridge until $250,000 is obis IIM a1 from uMT* of the toll bridge. Lewis |>#*lli«**» Jarl*## Hello ti \* -dstan! Vt torn tv (General William I’ lewis, bead <»f the Oklahoma legal Matt, contended in IiIh application for di missal that bin tate hatl no h-gislatlv#- act which would make it a party to the suit and t tint th*- brid ce company had ample recourse In th** pending condemnation. X tilting the observer* at the hearing today wa a Lew \\ en t /.. who wan order# d ousted fiom the oklahoma highway commission by < bo et toe William ll. Murray sev- ( «*i at w ta Ka ago. Weiklx contented hi# removal aiel th#* low* i courts of Oklahoma #!# «*id,ed a: ain t th#* occupation of his of lie* bv Miss Maud*' Thomas of (Waver, Ok ta . who was ap pt.int# ii lo ids post. The ca n* is now* on appeal. J od ie Pollock direct* a1 at tor neya for both sides to draft the order f*u filing of the lirkf> ami the t * ta I if the franchise Is deemed    valid It*    also    acceded to a pi#*.I    ic ,|*i ‘j’t    W,    Hatley. Jr., an rn \ fm til* hritlge company. • hast* of part «*f th** fund iiftded 11v th.** company f«*r re of tolH lf    th# company tt.itti*    for    validating th* REVENUE BILL President Affixes Signature Within Two Hours After Passage Officers Puzzled by Complete Outfit Buried in Out of W ay Spot County officers ar#* frankly punted, having un* artia d a com pieta outfit of feminine apparel lo a thicket soma distance from any highway where it had been carefully burled in three shallow graves. It is th* utter lack of conjon with an> crime that has tlnir Inability logical reason there of the mystified the :ging curiosity all about. IN EFFECT JUNE 21 Expected to Raise More Than Billion and Balance Budget WASHINGTON. June 7. -4,19— TI'** revenue hill is law today, hoist.rill: the credit #»f the government with th#* greatest mug0 #>f tax* s eyer imposed by this country except (luting war. With Spartan absence of cere President Hoover trans-ihi-s giant legislation into by affixing his signature evening in the (if a secretary hours after th#* step had been senate. majority mony, formed statute yesterda v • ne#* only than two l«*gis!at iv** by the Th#* 41 f til** ON RELIEF BILLS: VOIE DUE TUY Gamer Bill Calling for $2,300,-000,000 Before Lower House County Receives Much State Aid For its Schools GREATEST FLOOD Pontotoc county schools received in state aid during the school year just ended a total of $42,507. according to a tabulation made by James W. Huff, county superintendent.    .    . The state aid funds come in at I Twenty or More Still Misting; Death List May Go F SENATE NIA! ALSO ACT Robinson Calls for Consideration of $300,000,000 Loan Bill WASHINGTON, June 7. LF* I The house today voted to confider the Garner relief program under drastic procedure, that *lv-jtually assure Its approval in i short time. By h vote of j to 189 it accepted a rule I consideration of the bill 'which it will he impossible to j get anywhere in the house wi*h any other relief plan. various times during the year and were distributed well over the county.    Higher Of the total secured from the state aid funds, about $18,000 was for transfers paid by the state, j Huff said today. The superintendent expects tn! Relief Organization Put Into have tabulated by Saturday toe* applications for transfers of students from one school district to another for next year. MEXICO SUFFERS ,03 I for I under I BUSINESS DISTRICT DAMAGED Operation Without Delay amt Many Dead and Great Damage Over Wide Area Result of Violent Shocks ne been reported to figure out for the pr**-< clothing that and any ‘nee has offic* rs into a na as to what it was A boy a hit of above th« I <1 the aid #1 re*! round have notice I I .sticking up and to have told his fat lu r, No one in would bother ie officers W4*r# In® t he Bo netail boyhood spot and so ti tined. Tiny dug around as bent they could Without digging implements and unearthed three neat packages of clothing oral feet apart. Only lacking. No blood# found. In on* place wa buri#*'! shoes tains sc v -were were !* xci *•>. tariff . and ♦ will go into effect I or on J lite 21. The treasury iuiniedi4ttely pr#*pare for their collection. The new, high income I rates are applicable !o Abe earning of the current calendar year and will be payable on next {year's returns. Th- law is to pour 11.11V I finn,bon hit® th*' treasury (luring th** 11-c;i I y*a I which begin* Julv I. and thus restore the national finances lo a c*ish basis— pay •' you go ani no more b >r-rowing aiding to restore the count! > a economic life to hs normal great vigor. Expenditures of the government ar** to be cut to a point * quailing th** revenue, wa- bt jug driven forward to com* I* 'ion today by the senate, Its are going to stay here until the bonus is paid, whether it is next (T 194 5,” said a spokesman for 525 jobless war veterans — a group of whom are shown here at mess iii a vacated building descended on Washington from all parts of the country. as WASHINGTON. June 7. P> Congress progressed today in its handling of relief legislation, with the house of representatives verging on a showdown on the Garner program. Tlmt section of Hie wr,"YtW(> eartliciuiike shocks which they pi pie bv SO ge til#* was HOUgii! F UTILITIES PROTEST MEXICO CITY, June 4    <.V> — More than three score persons were known to be dead today and upwards of IOO injured na a result of the series of destruct Sufficient Signatures Secured to Force Vote June 13, lf in Session. Several Companies Insist Figures Placed by Tax Commission Too High democratic bill allowing #$300.-f OOO,OOO for loans to states to meet destitution was approved by the senate banking committee. Whether to accept th** drastic procedure sought by th** house democrats to jam through the j $2,300,000,000 Garner plan was the question debated in the Blouse OKI, \IIOM\ « TTY. June *«. HI _|*||,. dt-alIi list in tho Oklahoma Cit} Ho*Kl: OirNtine Morgan, 15, Iktslcr Morgan, 5. Mrs. Nora Norn*. 50, IU it leu ti th*. I woman. :t>4. I nirientitietl horseman. OKLAHOMA CITY. June 3. * i i*' Marooned boys tit th#* Taylor bom#' near ber*' w*‘re romov* d this afternoon bv county officers and taken through flood waters to the county poor farm. struck Mexico yesterday. Great damage was done over a wide area and a number of smaller towns were entirely wip*d out. Delayed official dispatches from Guadalajara raised the death toll in that vicinity to at least 30. A score of towns w»?re seriously damaged or destroyed. Th** towns of Atengutllo and San Gabriel In the Guadalajara district were wiped out. I Ciudad Guzman was almost de-! molished and the town or Esper-Ianza was badly damaged. It was to establish communl- found a dr*‘ss( bad iv torn, wrapped in a tan coat, in ariot.lier were ga#'-iiientH formerly known as unmentionables aud in th** third spot stockings and garters. Officers today were planning to return to th** place, which is north and ‘-at of N* w Bethel, and *lo some more digging in the vicinity in the hope of turning up some clue as to tho why of ihelr find. Tiny point out that ordinarily discarded clothing would    0 <* burned, if suspected as a p*>s-siblc clue to crime, and that no ordinary <‘Xp!anation suffices to explain the car#*ful burial of the garments. Mum TO'SPEIK IN IDA JUNE 13 centered tax, that ai on t# 1 < * 1 for : 1 TTI OM IM V It lo es fra rn it it *bi? 1 lh hrtdg# which funds Th* J mil e I Mil til M th#* Ini f ranch! was th ti contended that few toll ■ r» kept the receipts by v might Int* r claim re el* al attorn*** s informed Pollock that only two remained lo be aet I led in unction #*•'*•*• whether th** 1 was vain v a lid and if o what #>f the franchise t*> i company "I think,*4 Judge "that Ilk la henna is *1 iota re 11 'al before "Either your stat' said, to a Pollock entitled a jury.** * owes mon# v to th** britt*:#* company or it doesn't," h** said to Lewis*, The Oklahoman said he was willing to po (11 trial with the case any tim within th* ii# vt five days and said it won bi not take long to tint# mine it. Judge Pollock indicated pressure of legal work would prevent his hearing it soon. The briefs will he forwarded t» hi rn here from Muskogee OKLAHOMA (TTY. June 6.~ < V Accepting an invitation to address the graduating class of th* IYiiverTty of oklahoma at Norman tomorrow. Governor Murray lodav a Im* * vt* mb <1 his stump campaign tour in siippoit *»f bis proposed initiative income tax bill. and favorite legislative candidates vs*Itll 14 more sp«*aking date*. Murray will address til#* gradual as at 10 a. rn The governor will speak at Sui phur at ^ o'clock tonight, ll** will resume his timr XX * fines*! tv, speaking at Madill at 2 p. rn. anti at Wa pan tick a at s 1* rn. New tm aking clat* s ch with apt** a ranees «!ue at 2 and ft:3# p. rn., in order _ ar#*: Ada and    Shawnee.    J tm    1    *; Norman. 8    *° p rn..    Jute    !    1, Duncan and Lawton. June 1 *: Hollis mod    Mangum,    Jun* Hobart and Weatherford, Jun# IT; Stewart. It a rn : Canadian ami Mc Alew!# r.    June Is;    Claremore and Tulsa. Jan#* 20 'dtib'd i». to. listed by evening leader*. The senate had laid this economy hill i*si*i* yesterday to give final approval to til** tax bill, amended in the conference compromise which led to acceptan?'* of it rat* by th** house last Saturday. There was a stern Ii- bt — lei*- this last legislative step was completed, most (entirely on on# el* Ct Tic power. Obici tit>11 Gai-ctl in Senate Mer** than 30 senators sought 11» ive the whole bill sent out tit ■ ]p conf* r«*es ag#*in because t!i< .* had laid lh#1 electric tax on lh*' run sum* ‘rs monthly hip and #»\t*-nd**d ii to include municipal I...... »    ysteniH, Hut an unyield ing majority woald not be balked (, *he major object!*-*', to get the • bill dom immediately and put to an . lid ti*** long-drawn out battling aud altering of rates, and Hit j • .Tilting f«*4irs and hesitation of tnt* business aud industry a I -jfectod by the new tax burden. Th* bill wi in through 18 to 35 The opponents were 11 republican*, in » th from the inde-p. ndent wing. 23 democrat* and t Ii* on* I.ii mer labor ne mo* r. OI th* new law’s total expected yield, th* * -xclse ta vs ranging from electric pow#*r lo cosnutics f (tm automobiles to candy, are to bring in * 4 50,500.OOO. JU mc* 11 an eon tax*-, which i lichi*). charm’s on telephone and _ I ,t j>It message*, admission fie!,* ts, oil pipe lines, safe dope.ti box* s. bank checks and !>**«' ar* counted on for $152.** imp*,non From income tax#*-ami eorporatlons with mini' ? rat Ive changes possible ib'ductions, WASHINGTON WARNS MARCHERS Will Cease to Feed Visitors; Contingents En Route Advised to Turn Back. lf this fails, the    hill    may he lait! wide open for amendment lint if it succeeds,    th*'    administration will lack    any    change ___ there to seek to substitute th** OKLAHOMA CITY, June 6. (ZP) J Hoover plan. Three public utility companies A committee of mayors, head-(imposable assessed by the slat** equalization od by Mayor Murphy of Detroit, I cation with the city f . board on recommendations of the {brought a petition *or a $5,000,-jlo. Oklahoma tax commission Mon- . OOO,ODO bond Issue to help cm-j Other towns day filed protests with the boa d. | payment and stricken cities.; damaged and from    I    n Tile Vinita    Fuel company,    rep-    Speaker Garner had it    read tojdefinite number of casua is resented    by    George A.    Henshaw,    the house, while    the    mayors manager of Governor Murray's‘watched from the gallery, presidential headquarters, aile?-; The house agriculture cornmit- not beatee approved the distribution of badly tn- personal many ad reducing a JotaI rf #29'* fiti.mu4* iv Jo U#* drawn. l*«. til rat#* increases, Includ-ivnt Iett4*r portage, are at SI60,000,000. Stamp bond and stock issu* s. transfers, futures aud * s ,ir#* listed at $45,- WASHINGTON, June 4.    (.19 Cash bonus advocates today secured the 145 signatures n*ces-. ary to force a hous#' vote Monday, June 13, on the $2,000,000,-1 000 full payment issue. Tile 145th signature was put j on the bill just as Speaker Garner called for a vote on final house action 0:1 the tax bill. Th* re was no demonstration as Representative Garrett (I)., Tex.) put his name on the petition while house members waited fen the vote on th*' tax bill. When the house met at IO a. j rn. to push the tax bill thro® *,h J today, 12 signatures were needed I on the bonus petition. These were obtained slowly but surely, lie.*-1 res* ntativos West (I)., Ohio) and; Gavagan (D., N. Y.) being th* 143rd and 14 4th members to sign. Under th*' rules, the motion to] take th*' bonus bill away from the ways and means committee. which reported it adversely, can-, not be voted upon before June 1 13. If congress has not adjourned on that day for tit#* two party I conventions, a vol*' will be in j order. I Representative Batman ilk. Tex.!, leader of the bonus advocates, predicted as soon as th*? I petition was completed that “there are enough votes in the house to discharge the commute•• and pass the bill.” board j 40,000,000 more bushels of farm e*l its assessment should in excess of $5,000* The adopted the commission’s figure.board wheat and 500,000 bales of of $37,540, adding $434 for! its cotton for the needy. Th*' money and credits to be taxed senate committee was due to at one-fifth of one per cent. consider this proposition latci in The Oklahoma Pipeline com- the day. patly protested against an in- The senat** bunking committee cr* ase of $1,686,117 in its as-.decided to report 011 the loan sessment over its return of $8,- siH'tion of the democratic bill 058,287, and the Ajax Pipe Line ale ad of the controversial con company protested an assess- striation features, as proposed by Blent of $2,048,588, alleging its'Renator Robinson, democratic Anicca, Sayulo Mascota, and Tla- return of $1,755,474 and complete. ADA HSUEH* SI was fair leader, in sid era ti on. order to expedite cou- Ada was visit*-*! Sunday by another soaking rain which,! coming on the heels of a series of t other downpours, contributed to I raising of the total rainfall for the early summer this year. A furious straight wind blew for la time before tim rain began falling here, creating some uneasiness among residents whose windows were rattling and trees slashing i about in the blasts. Some of the storm collars which' ar** <till to I*** found here and j there ranie in for a visit as the windstorm approached its height, accompanied by' vivid flushes of lie bt ping. Some slight damage was f*?arod it#. -T.ring grain crops but in gen ie u t bree * st iutated j taxes on and on ! conv#*} am I f» * A * 1,0 0 0. • tit taxes, Jh< four tariffs on *c »a’. oil, lumber and copper, account for the balance. Ll*) from today, , • * about ; WENTZ TD TESI” IN BRIDGE SUH [, qyrq «p DF D. C. II. MEETS M»»rx*i*\ Heflmil OKLAHOMA CITY, June 6 4.1* a national guard p.«t r*>! O’ the military /on** at th#* approach (if On* low foe hridg#' across lii^d river b* tw* * u Durant. Okla.. ,<nd I)* J Jon. Tixas. will > * J * -• .Cablish# *t at one®. Governor W. H Murray Mini todav Murray v announcement was made to til#* Associated Hr '^s When h> was informed that K* 1-ei al Judge J ahu C. Pollock, at Kansas CH}. Kau., had overrul'd Oklahoma’s motion to dismiss . ** application of the Red River Bridge company of Texas for OKI. MIHM \ CITY. June 4. . p Lew XV* no. now in a eon-1 teat for his highway commission j post. wHl testify Monday iii al hearing on k#eping open tin' fro#'} Red river bridge mar Durant. ^ \ Wentz conferred today with XX. <\ Lewis, a sisiant attorney gen-, eral. His testimony is expected! to show that the Oklahoma highway com iii is sion «Ii«l not concur in j Iii purport# •! agreem#*nt between J t he and Texas owner * wh# vein I1 highway commission of a parallel toll span c owners were to be $250,000 to clos* the XX’. L. Byrd camp of the U C. X*. met Sunday afternoon at Convention Memorial hall and af-t* r disposing of the regular boniness of th* camp enjoyed an inter# sting program. Osrar Cantwell and Mrs. Carri* IV Moss brought a pleasing musical feature. Cantwell singing, with Mrs. Deli OCHI at the piano. Police Ch'ar I t a# k CLEVELAND, June 4. Police squalls were rushed every precinct in the city with orders to clear the Penns} van ta railroad yards of 900 “bonus marchers” who bad stopped operations in the yards. Chief of Police    George    Mato- witz and a number of officers climbed in the cab of a locomo- j tive as an effort was made t >j bring it out of th* yards, but the 1 ex-service men halted the entire A short time before. 25 polio* who were standing in front of the roundhouse    were    shoved aside by the “marchers.” The police ii id not resist them. Safety Director Merrick ordered the yards    cleared    a few hours after officials of th*' rail-I road requested    Gov.    Geor * I White to call out national guards-? men. Adjutant General Frank D. Henderson said local police would be able to handle the situation. The veterans had halted all freight movements and delayed a fast mail and pass nger train nearly an hour. Bond Ismm'n Cath**! tor On*' of th*' other provisions of the bill calls for a public construction bond issu#' of $500,-j 000,000, to which President Hoover is opposed. . * . Robinson planned to ask for n an agreement in th** adnate 1 mission day to take up th* $300,000,000 t relief bill as soon as the senat* I has acted on th* pending ccpn-i tuny hill. Th#' com mitt#** approved ‘Im s«'ciion of the bill providing for allocation of the relief advance# to states upon the basis of population, and agreed that the wMd of th#' stat#* governors should be accepted as to whet h# r the Heel is great enough to warrant a loan. Th** money was to b# refunded to the reconstruction corporation through which the advan-c*'s would b#' mad* , out of fu lure fed<yal <*id appropriations. Representative Bankhead (ii,. reported ar** A ut lan. Ixtlann, Join ideo. Four soldiers were killed ut Zamora. Michoacan. where a barracks collapsed. Complete reports were stilt lacking from the coastal cities Jalisco and Mayarit, where It was thought heavy damage from tidal waves might have resulted. I The historic old churches of San Jos**, San Francisco andia# Merced in Colima were badly I damaged, as was the beautiful cathedral in Topic, farther north. I Colima reported that subterranean noises and fla.slies front !tb*? nearby Colima volcano accompanied the shock-*. Soldiers are patrolling the streets to prevent disorder. Many homes w**re ruined. Th** city was without light or water.dim to the shocks 1 j having put tho plants out of com- NEW SOUTH DDTIET ■lf tiler*- was ever a r* lief was needed tim* I <-ra! little harm was report# d. XI -  .........-........ -    -    -    , .IYW trees    were down    h    re today    (A la.) opening th#* home debut# and hfuii*    limbs were    torn from    (said • trunks of    trees when    slashed    i w hen by the blow*.    J now.** *_____777^    I "The real hind this OHL MDM U' National CITY, June 7 mardsmen will b# emergency, ’ ding that th Isatioa has is la ti on and sibility for Itepresentativ# J diana, leading th# fl I ^lia BCIUVII ”111 WX I from th** Durant-Deni- position, said: ....    *    *‘1»'a    I.    a    ..f. purpose lying    h**- legislation is    the Bankhead said.    a I- 1* "democratic organ-undertaken t!ii-    i* / accepts full res poult." Purnell of In-r* piiblica;i op- The hill at th** extr#‘me end of South Broadway Is now h*ing rut away as work progresses on the new stre'-t project. Wh* n completed this roadway will eon-met South Broadway with the Valley View addition. According I to Charles T. Bates, who is in (charge or the project, the road will be Open f#»r travel in two w* eks. Mr. Bates told a reporter Sat* ’unlay that *1 fund of $H0t> Iud . been contributed by citizens Bv* f «ing at the southern edge of the Icily to aid in the project. This with th*- help contributed by ooun-and city commissioners Slakes OKLAHOMA CITY. June 3. LR#. Flood waters that surged with traaie suddenness over h wi«i«* section of a sleeping city reported by aul borities here early this afternoon to have taken a known death toil of five. Four bodies, those of tw#> women, a child and a 14-year-old girl were recovered. A horseman also was believed to have lost his life 111 the surge of water from a river and a fitful creek* Trapped In scores of houses, tents ami cabins in the l#>w‘ lying southern sections of Oklahoma City. Including the municipal ramp for th*' destitute, an estimated 700 homeless families presented a grave problem. At h'ast 20 persons wen* missing, many wmre s##v#'*l by clinging to housetops and Undine, «i refuge In trees and i t were sent to hospitals, suffering exposure. Charitable organizations set up an emergency relief organisation, the lied Cross appealing for $50.-000. Governor Murray turned over $1,000 from the state urgency relief fund to help finance tho work. National guardsmen aided organized civil authorities In the rescue of many entire families, hut 65 hungry boyo, their food supply ruined, were maroon# d in a county-nwn»*d scho#>l east <>1 the city. Sheriff Stanley Rogers and a r#>rps of deputies were attempting to tak»* food to th** home in boats. All th*' boys wile safe on th#* second floor. Peak of th® water was believed past at noon. Sent roaring out of tiieir hanks by a half f#»ot of rain, the wat cts of th#* Canadian river and Lightning creek surged over u wide ami in th** southern part of the city. Wat#*r pour'd through the business <1 Int riot. Inundating basements, while families already living in camps for th#* destitute fled. homeless. Til*' body or a 14-year old girl was taken from Lightning creek at Southeast 23rd street. J. M-Meads, Tornier deputy sheriff, i» ported that the body #P a woman about 4 5 years old was taken from a lr**#* on South 21 st *#tr#?et and that of another woman. About 4 0, wast recovered at South 25th street and Santa Fe. Th** body of u 5-year obi boy was tak»'n from 5 feet of water In the IOO block <»n Southeast 23r<l st re* t. ‘y the of construction a roadway 50 brid e across Red river! "We have learned from our and I feet ave- the tbe A man on hor sebaek wit** at tempted to eros** deep wat#*r mer the Taylor School for Boy?*. where 65 hungry youths wen* marooned upstairs, was report#**) drowned. Th** barking up of flood waters caus'd a shutdown of nearby every' w**ll in the north end o! th#* Oklahoma City field, as w»-H : withdrawn SOI. fI          .    ■ 'tm pending final settlement of a fed- i Pf®»« relations that congress if* • a1 court *uit to clo**- the span; in disrepute, like if has not been or to permit its operation by own- J for a long time. Th** performers of a parallel toll bridge, Gov. jance you wilt se** today Is whati Murray said today.    has brought that disrepute. Martial law will remain in j “We have pre?'-Hied to us un-fore* . as it has sine** last July,Ider this unprecedented gag ruin j the governor said, until all threats la bill that will u 1 ha lane*' indeft-) to close the bridge have passed, jnltely the budget thai w.-s bal- ■ “Alfalfa Bill”, who dispatched j anc* d at 5 o’clock la *-1 night] president .signed Purnell said, senat** banking paid n#arly structure, Th*- hearing will take place b# for# Federal Judg* John CV Pol \ lock in Kansan Cit} a TUM UKK an i *‘r- I # IRM I .It ADX injunction restraining inter __________ en ce with its D# iii son-Durant toll J    4    .OKs.    TO    K\\>X> bridge.    j    WELLINGTON.    Kan    .    Jan.    7. "The fr*e hrdig* will Ik* h'T* , .pi—Glady Bo*»k* r of Pomona. OIH ii until the supreme court of ‘ Okie., was cb c’ed -up#*! intend*’t the United States decides other-x\ie Cti\ schools h#re la-i wise. Judge Pollock nota th- u|ght al a sa ury which is $1,209 standing,” the plain spoken gov- m year le>s than that paid ti»e , rnor asserted. He pointe 1 out former superintendent, A. XL that a military zone already ex- J McCullough. A r* ductiou In IM* d at the bridg*- under an or- teachers' salaries ranging from der of lest summer th-n he. l0 to j,, j*»r oat ha.** been plac-moved to open the new bridge ^ jy (affect. Claude Thompson, county judge, spoke for a time on the principles of the Civil war, tracing dev-lopment of government since that epic struggle and showing wherein coming generations must face necessity of further adjusting government to conditions within the nation. in the face of federal court litigation which had allowed the loll ('.infintl.#I on Pep* 8. No* 5 Greatest reaulta for the amount •avosted—News, Clarified Ada, SCRANTON. Pa.—Fate measures in minutes. The Jessup high school caught fire yesterday and burned more than an hour before firemen from six villages conquered it. Fourteen hundred children attend the school, but fate timed the fire for the noon hour-—and all the children w*re ittHut- for lunch. four national guardsmen to th#* bridge yesterday upon hearing of .LD unfavorable ruling in Kansas City. Ka"<., f* derat court, said it likelj will ta* autumn before th#* toll bridg*,* company's suit is tried at Muskogee. H#* predicted the bridg** company would lose I "because the court has no jurisdiction ani they can’t win under face aith* Chickasaw treaty.” #ti the the Wallington Mipplic*. Low W ASHINGTON, June 4.—-O*— Thousands of veterans on their way to Washington to demand payment of the bonus foodless, shelterless stay capital. Only a few dollars and a limited amount of supplies remain of the store gathered by the po lice department to care for the jobless visitors and Police Super- caus Qf franchif*q the receiv-intendent Glasford has M-|er for the Red RiVer Toll Bridge nounced he will gather no more. The one to two thousand men already here, many of th- rn now      ^ sleeping in the open, will soon I    r.jgli    says    the people    want    a be out of food at the Resent i Rjihter    and    more popular    fermi rate, even without arrival of the|0f opera. That might go for 5.400 reported en freight trains, trucks Murray contondf?d the original toll bridge franchise, granted by the Chickasaw Nation over 40 years ago to Holmes Colver!, a ’ Chickasaw, was not valid when transferred to a corporation. Be-of the frar !er for |Co., claims Oklahoma and Texas owe indemnity. route on * 0pt.ra sur% too. and afoot, i when the tax bill,” In the senat** banking com mittee deliberations, jHeoaioi Townsend proposed an amend-» rn* nt to distribute the funds to the states on the basis of ne- I ! instead of population but it was rejected by the committee 7 to 6. The committee provided*^hat the state governor should b#* charged with responsibility for distributing the funds advanced. It was provid'd that the advances should be deduct#* I f;oin road aid funds beginning in 1935 for a five y#*ar period and the interest should br* five p* r c-nt. possible gravel in wide. When completed the new nue of travel will shorten dManc? from th#- city to V'alley View addition and other outlying districts Ho*ith of ‘he city. At pres#-nt, those d#*siring to r*«ch this section must go out Townsend avenue and wind around several short corners at a great inconvenience and loss of time. BENEDUM IND TREES HIVE NEW OIE WEIL las pipeline and gas compressor stations. L. L. Estes dent, Hal^ he was clinging housetop go home, float in Ild**d with unverified a south sid»* r*’sl-saw a woman who frantically to a down when her ; <l#»wnHfn*ain, COf-anoth**r. Til* r** was an r*-port of an#)th**r w#»- Benedum & Trees I pany has completed a Oil cornell In the Bebee field, nw nw of 33-5-5, for 75 barrels, in Hunton 2,105 to 2.310. Lake Oil company is reported down to 470 In 35-5; Patsy OB company rigging up in 25-5-4 and .Stanoilnd Oil and Gas company in 32-5-5. Other locations in tho same field are rumored and if made will provide for continuation of activities during the summer in the northwest part of the county. From this distance It looks as if the man who said the democrats would have no trouble In “getting together at Chicago” forgot to add the words “for a battle royal.” The attorney genera! of Missouri has ruled that any girl of 18 may ma~ry without the consent of her parents. He forgot to add. however, that they must be careful that all other husbands have beta legally disposed of Arri.    . man’s bo^y on a railway trestle which could no! be r« a*-h* ti an I a woman and child war** report**#! drown*»d in Melrose park in th" far south part of town. Hours of darkness in th** south ern suburb of Capitol Hill and the failure of seven thousand telephones and 60 toll line.; ad-d* d to the terrors of families struggling to leave their flooded homes. Some looting was r*.ported In downtown business street § where bas# ni*?nrs were flooded. Mast in lloeldtabi Scores of persons w*;r*t in Hospitals receiving treatment for exposure, a number wert? reported missing and hundreds more were receiving food and attention in hastily arrang'd emergency shelters. Half a hundred national guardsmen were ralt*‘d Into duty by Lieut. Gov. Robert Burns. It appeared the worst Moo#! since 1923. when thr»*e perished. The community camp, tent city of jobless, and the Lightning creek bottoms appeared harti#*st hit. Houses were swept away and persons sought refuge on roofs oaii Lu treetops. At the camp first refugees (Continued ihi Page 8 No. 3) ;

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