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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA W POLICE DISPERSE RIOT FOLK MODRE- ADA. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, JULY BUM. GUSH KfUCK. July officers were called upon to nnlet a illsturbanci! which broU" nut In a crowd which heard MINE President Petition on Debt Question in Letter To Borah POSITIOTllANGEO Will Not Countenance Concert- ed Effort to Coerce United ORATION WINNER con-. yesterday afternoon. After the governor bad eluded, some of the crowd beaan yelling for Moore and the lat- ter responded with a HI.....ch In which h" referred to Murray us a worse menace than Capone' Several flnt fights started and the platform was pulled from under Moore. Murray. In his speech, describ- ed Moore us a _wart" sayr" biudJ-eoned Into n revision of war Hast debts by any concerted nient of Kiinipean there Is one. The iittllude of American pow- ers that he inward rapid develop- following the Lausanne "onf-rei.ee and "gentlemen s was t.ilH wnv by I're.ldent Hoover In letter to Chairman llorah of the ienale foreign relations coin- nigh TIMES TO BE CUT ZQ PER Veterans on "Sight Seeing I Tour" THREE LEffiUBRESTEB White House and Heavily Guarded by Large Force of "July nf the bonus armv taken Into custody today as the of an unsuccessful attempt a lar-e group of veterans to ap- proach the White House John I'ace. a lender of tin. 'radical group of eN-seivlce men. was one of thise arrested nftei a mild HCilffle with Police. He was charged with parading wllh- aiul disorderly con- Paul HtiRhes. Ada. who Tuesds won the district Lesion contest at the meeting of l-ourtl District Legionnaires at Ilolileil vllle. Hughes last spring won hi way to the finals of the statf Constitution oration contest. I do not aMiinie F rra r r Lr, nclon or that our _______ {out permit Tax Commission Tnlses Action jduct. For Relief of Property Owners 'companion, whose July n today by the slat f f board name was Johnson, was booked' on the same charges. The third was not lmmedlatel> docketed. Shunted away from the execu- tlv'e mansion hy a heuvy screen of uuurds. the arrests came after face again uttPinpted to lean ihls Threat Mnde to Picket WhiJ House Unless President Takes Action low-aid It. ral liundreit "''VlV "ill-over expressed grnllflca- M-tll-in-nl "of the strictly P.nropean prnblem of ret.ar.i-; Mom" bill said he wanted .o, "alMnlulely clear" thai, Ihe fulled IH not In au> way committed to such inenls." The stale depart in-nl was par- ticularly 'Interested In llrltlsh statements attempting In wipe out any Impression that r.uropeaii nations were combining I., force war debt revision by the Hulled Slat's. expressed Measure at the llrlllsh position, th-it the Anglo-l-'rench accord would not keep Great era! J. Kerry as Iceptance of two committee re pnrlii. the eff.ct of whlc.li will b' to reduce assessments on all real 'of tin- vi't' Iniituredly after police Interve They told authorities they i a "sight seeing tour" but thi- two governments to consult on "any aiK'Ntlons Hlmlhir In origin now settled "I Lausanne, which may affect the regime." WASHINGTON, July President Hoover today faced threat that he must call a sp clal session of congress within hours to pay the bonus or t White House will be picketed, i The warning came from trie Li-doux, "Mr. Jusl befo I Major General Smcdley D. Ill ller advised a ragged crowd I veterans at their camp If th liiid co home they should wo Officers completely surround-. t the lo ..llck thc n ed the area about the executive of nrn acalnst yol mansion and the space theyi m deliver lo guarded was cleared of specta- Hoover a petition denial tors. It was the second time gosslon. A Wh MWO days that extra guards iiousu We first will try to get real to the White House a promise hy Ledo estate valuations on a parity reports of an Impending deni- )f other veterans lit won't help ho will picket t Meantime President Hoover, White House alone, -.oiiirently unaware of the flur- The suggestion from Leiln edeadlly at his desk I that the Flna in'd "line of ex-service men corporation Immediately pay formed at the veterans blithe bonus certificates also wi Hi-eklii- transportation i to the president. HI nutler's pep talk to the v Lraus resounded with the "hell July "damns" and other force of radlca, phrases. ,ha, kept under jier cent made estate, railway and public tonlt no chances. Ice corporation property 20 per Work toward accomplishing the lower valuations will lie started Immediately. Melvlu Cornish, tax roiiMiilsslon chairman, said. those of personal property." h" nail! "Later on, we will handle! rail and public service corpora-j lion matters." i The tax commission will begin Mich county separately pr xlmately will be considered "as a fair value of the property oup within 'll'' n conHtant. scrutiny of higher-; that county." l.uropi.1 11 ha assessments on real American It t'nclmimeil wr re while he was In the marl and two ,v T his low r "lllljr rth" nm, scokors they are "the best I -e decreased, with police at 18th ami Bcsment of society estal- from >lreels. was mad- clear once mote that the American position Is th" name as In Juim when President Hoover proclaimed the one-year moialorluui He oppose eamvllaUnn but ssed the opinion Ihe American people would not want to lorru any oilier nation pay mole than It possibility Individual discussions with debtor nation-' has I.....n left "pen. HO long as tliev hiiv- not made preliminary combining agreements. Such din cusslons. It Is felt here, could I kept comparatively free of rep-, iiratloni a lein with which the I'lilted f. It Is not concerned. Hut when Inletesled onlookers ner cent However, the1 The radical closely surround-i al, Halll this action police had heen an county I. not JSth t 'Governor Murray appointed Whlt- House. Police prompt- the two" committees and iy turned th-m d.em to determine first. If the There was a sc iff e olc. boirl hail anthorltv to InaUKU-Vluhs were hrandlshed In the air. raie the plan and carried (llken Into custody. ond. If It could In without hampering county other governments. Action by board toilny was unanimous. and {jug ;i patrol wa-nn lit the mo America today" and told them 'hang together" or "you are< worth a damn." With the speech off his chel the former marine walked abcj camps for several hours, final bunking for the nlsht In a tel with Walter W. Waters, ilectl commander-ln-chlef of the bonl expeditionary forces.. HELO WITHOUT BI1IL SWEKTWATHK. Tev.. July Parks was held with- a comblnatli.il In Kurope. they became skeptical. Senator llorali first i.btalned from Secretary Sllmson forceful nsiturance that narv hearing on a charge of mur- der'for the drowning of his wife at Lake Trammell July S. Coun- sel for the accused Sweetwater said he would Insll- Amerlcali representatives had not habeas proceedings. committed this government, to womnn who was alleged to have encouraged. Parks to commit the purported'1-" offense, testified nt his hearing i 7eiiterilny that he had been pay-; Ing her bills for months and i that they had been Intimate. Whet asked If she loved anything as a rusult of tho Lau- Miuue meeting: then the presi- dent sent his letter to Ihe scua- Tho Uvusatiue agreement pro- vides that reducllonn In German reparations are not to be made unless the I'nlled States revises Its debt with Kuropean On this point. President Hoover wrote to the Idaho meiil. two of them were put In i a police touring car and the third was held until the patrol could arrive. An extra heavy police guard earlier was thrown nroiind the While House after officials were Informed that 2HO radical meiu- Ihers of the honus army bad i formed a few blocks away with 'the Intention "f marching on the .executive mansion. ,01 gate, were closed iinrlh side where additional llcemen were placed. A score of motorcycle pnllce- 'iiien were rushed to the streets in the Immediate vicinity. the street from the STILL S1NELTI (Or The I'rett) _ A torrid sun scythed throul the land with full strength vest time boat yesterday, gnth Ing nearly two score victims. Relief was predicted In soil of the sweltering legions tndl the grounds i mi, middle west wilted unit except two on the n continuance of thc 'That section led In futalltj yesterday. Seven deaths were trlbuted to the heat In the Cl cauo area, where the maxlnnl was 97. Milwaukee. WIs.. wi po- a number of veterans gathered but were urged along when they gathered In liev went outside 'l wish to make It absolutely clear that th- I'nlled Stales has not been consulted regarding any of the agreements reported hy the press to have been roncludeil recently at Lausanne, and that of course It Is not a party to nor In any way committed to any such ngreements." The president's letter. It understood, was directed more .it the Lausanno agreement than the Analo-Kreneh accord. Hegnrdless of European action, congress U In almost Immovabl position toward cancellation r.r reduction of war debts. Membe's of house and senate point out fn-qucntly that war debts nnrt reparations already have been re- vised twice. _______ TUI.SA. Imily of a woman found In the Arknn-ias river here last week- was Identified today as that of MM. Emma llnslnger. Her hushund. Ergy Hm-lnger. was nrrested for qmiitlonlng. Tin couple lived In a river shack. cernlng scheme e of the n form entire nelsh- Hoover In his of- OMa "where "VaTii "he moved Hundred' Shortly after In the .March White Hous, guard was hundred of Into the Sweetwater hotel last November She also ailmltteii Parka had made payments on her army, the radical Testimony nt the hearing ward showed that Insurance policies for the nggrcEate amount oi from 000 had been taken out in Mrs. I'arks' name recently. Mrs. Condlt said she knew of the pol- icies. ....iLLlOf HSR FEDBE UDM nsscmnled, several the bonus seeking of them members of faction, started to the White House from quarters, about 10 blocks the executive mansion. Members of the group they were going on a "sight seeing j the hottest July 13 In Its hlslil at 98, reported three deaths al six drownlngs with no relief sight. Valentine. Neb., staggered il der an official maximum of 101 Flndlay, O., and Kokomo, In had 103 each; and lempcratiir, of 100 were reported In mal other middle west Tho east lost Its comfortal. weather and as the mcrcil cllmbtil In hitherto cool England, seven drownlnga ed the nation's death list. In the south, ocean hre'-; cooled Florida and show.] brought some surcease Clouds and rains broke the hi wave In Texas and Oklahoma. Idaho was the envy of the i lion With subnormal tnmperatua following rains. The Pacific cod continued serene with weather. Ar- hus- PONCA CITY, July Mrs. Cecil llowman. of nold. told officers today tally sbot her 28-year-old band yesterday during n n after ho came home Intoxicated. Mrs. llowman placed under technical arrest. OKLAHOMA CITY. July W. H. Murray Is opposed lo Oklahoma's partlclpn- lloti In federal relief loans. Commenting on passage by congress of the emergency relict bill providing JSOO.000.000 for direct loans to slates and muni- cipalities, the governor said 1 nm opposed to the states bor rowing any more money. owe too much nlr.iidy. I will not favor any greater Indebtedness until we get out of Ihn situa- tion wo are In." iGov. mm ISSUES PHI OKLAHOMA CITY. July Murray nanlsT John Novak from Oklahoma for five years as a con state cotton crop since reported today by the Oklahoma a ,lve ypnr sentcnc. (Contlnuiil on I'nge h No. Cotton Crop Of State May Be Very Light OKLAHOMA CITY. July of the Us state cotton crop since 1921 Cotton Growers' association. 3.5 per cenl cotton acre- age reduction, as shown In ROV ernment figures lacks meaning the 1932 crop will come within 9.5 per cent Of the 1921 i sirring a five year sentence Grady county. also were Ford, serving a four for manslaughter In Gi Troy Cameron, rer for chicken theft. NUMBER 17 BANK IT WHO. THREE DEAD, IDADEL. July, Kour unmasked young men robbed the Idabel National Ilauk of uboul early Ibis afternoon unit fled east toward the Arkansas line. Two of the sitting In the rear of the car manned ma- chine guns. A large car which followed tho landlt machine was belluved to )e a convoy. A posse was quickly organized mil sped In pursuit of the iHilr- llts. who fled In a brown Chev- rolet coupe. C. It. O'Neal, assistant cashier and Miss Kato Allen, a custo- mer, the only persons In tho bank, were forced lo lie on the floor by the three men who en- tered the bank. The fourth wait- ed at the wheel of tho car. LOCJOELElTES RT JEM MET Mrs. Roper Elected District Auxiliary Hend; Hughes Oration Winner Delegates from Adii to the meeting of Legionnaires and at Holdelivllle Tiles day report that the Knurl h dis- trict convention was an enjoy able affair In every respect. Holdelivllle citizens establish- ed more firmly their reputation as genial, capable hosts and Wiley Lino and Crockett Long Kill Each Other in Drug Store TWO BYSlMS SHOT Farm Youth of Wound; Other Not Considered Serioutly Hurt MADILL. July Lynn, acquitted killer of Bill Tilghman, famous peace officer, died In an Aril morn hospital third victim of a frenxled duel In u crowded drug here. A slate operative and n farm boy bystander were tho others lo tosn their lives. Crockelt LOUR, operative of the state bureau of criminal Iden- tification, and Rhody Wntklns. 22-year-old farm hoy, wero Ihii others who died from the bullets Long and Lynn uprayed at each other over a few feet of floor In the Corner Drue Store' hern yes- terday afternoon n few second" after Lynn had strode Into thn place, shouting1 for Lons to "throw 'em ,un." Two HyHtanders Shot The Watklns boy and John Hllburn, who wan shot In tlm knee, wero trapped In tho linn of fire as tho officer and Lynn emptied their six-shooters. Tho officer died within a few houra: elected president of the district organization of the auxiliary. She wns also chosen delegate lo the national convention In Portland, Ore.. September 12. with Mrs. II. E. Glrnrd of Chandler as alternate. Joe Looney. whose work as district commander during the pant year was outstanding, was i-lecte.il to represent Ihe district on the state executive commit- tee. Irn G. Cash. Chandler, suc- ceeds Joe Looney ns district com- mander. Paul Hughes, who graduated from Ada high school this spring won flrsl place In the district milnrlcal contest, w.hlch carried an award of Hughes hist spring won Ihe district Constitution oration con- test and took part In Ihe Htiite finals of that contest. Second place, with J1K. went to the representative from Coal- gate and the Shawnee orator won third, with Mie prize of Itev. Virgil Alexander, district Americanism mini, sponsored the contest, and, Hob Kerr of Ada, and Frank. Douglass of Oklahoma City, both nOw." past department commanders.! Long, donated the prizes. nt Officers elected by the district Auxiliary organization are; Mrs. Joe Itoiier. Ada. president; Mrs. It. K. Glrnrd. Chandler, first vice president; Mrs. J .T. Price, Sem- Inole, second vice president; Mrs. H. C. Carver. Holdeiivlllr night. Lynn's only words, after ho had staggered 300 feet out of the store and collapsed In front nf an undertaking parlor, were: "I'm afraid I'm going to din; I'm all shot to pieces." However, townsmen said ho had harbo-ed 111 feeling against the officer ever since Iho lallor. Ihcn chief ot pollen linro, arrested him six years ago for drinking. At thai lime Long was reported lo have used force lo subdue his prisoner. Chief nf Police John Gleen, who was al bin homo at Ihe lime of tho shooting, also said Lynn wan "out after me" becaime thn chief removed him from tlm American Legion hall followlim a complaint several weeks ago. More recently. Chief Glenn fired at Lynn in attempting to halt him on a street. Residents declared Lynn hail threatened to "gel" both officers. I.ynn Tninbln Eye witnesses nald Ihe Ing Htarted when Lynn, who ap- fmrenlly had been drinking. walked Inlo thn drug Morn Hhout- "Crockeit Long, ihrow 'em .'m going to RBI you somu and It might aB well bo secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Maude Lowery, Olltou. historian; Mrs. T. D. Howlanil. Shawnee. chap- lain; Mrs. Charles Hottensteln, Wewoka. parliamentarian. Auxiliary delegates from Ada were Mrs. Joe Itopvr, Mrs. Hoy Mrs. Alvls Jones, Mrs. Norman. Mrs. Hoy Chris- Mrs. P. L. Hnnnaii. Mrs. Italley. Mrs. Walter Lll- Mrs, Vol Crawford, Mrs. Stone, Mrs. II. G. Ami- seated at a rear table. did not hear tho com- mand. He turned "s Lynn repeat- ed It. then both started shooting. Twenty-flvo persona In tho drug storu dropped to tho floor. The two mon wero not moro than 15 feet apart as they opened f fire. As Long went down ho nl- N SOSPECT NOT mm mir CAItUSMAD, N. M.. July man who save thn mime Walter E. (lush of CJarrlson. Ky.. charged with robbery of Ihe Peoples Mercantile store here of Sunday night, had not been Identified to tho satisfac- tion of .Sheriff Hob McDonald today, but the officers havo vir- tually abandoned their original belief Hint be U "Pretty Hoy" Floyd, notorious Oklahoma rob- ber. Ive In- e or hd HOOVER TO BE NOTIFIED SOON WASHINGTON. July Saying he had today discussed tho president plans for noti- fying him formally of his renoml- natlon. Rep. Snell of New York the minority leader In home disclosed the ceremonies would bo held here between the 8th and 15th of next month. For "personal Snel Bald. Mr. Hoorer has not deelrtoi on the exact date. Snell will head the notification committee. The New York, Republican Mid he It unfeasible fo the chief executive to make a trip to California at this time, Greatest lor me amoaa Cumlfled Aflc. unwed his way toward Lynn, pistol blazing. Lynn, with biillcm In his body, con- tinued to walk toward tho offi- cer. They wero less than flvo feet apart when tbcy oraplled their pistols. Lynn stepped over tho body of Watklnn, staggered out the door and fell unconscious. The. two -wounded hystandnrs were believed to havo been struck by bullets that went through Lynn's body. Lvnn, formerly a federal pro- hibition agent, was on tho front pages when he shot thn colorful plainsman. TlUhman. to death In front of a dancn hall at Crom- well, boom oil town, thn night of November 1. 1924. The two had been hitler enemies. Lynn was acquitted of a murder chargo n Ihn grounds of self-defense. Long, who had heen connected wllh thn stato bureau for nearly wo years, made numerous prl- Investigations for GOT. W. II. .lurray. Ho froiiucnlly Madlll. his former home. ,Ho Is urvlved by his widow and three mall children. Jack nialock, owner of the store, itald nearly every per- son In thn store fell to thn floor when he yelled "Look Out." ,ynn Ihus averting fur- hcr casualties In the crowded more. One woman whoso name was not learned was present. nil! llakor. friend of Long, and Stain Senator W. O. Ray were at the table with Lons when the shooting started. On the way to the hospital at Ardmorc. Uakor said Long ed- "I sum hated to hit that oof- I hope he don't die. I didn't mean to hit him." Kan Sotmht VetiJCMUtce OKLAHOMA CITY, July a Margin ot only 15 minutes did Wiley Lynn, slayer of Hill Tllcnman and Crockett Lone, wtdelf known peace offi- cers, escape the renceanw of younc Bill TtUhman In 19J9. 'After Ljnn acquitted.'of the slaying ot Tilghman. Bill Jr., serving a robbery sentence, taped from the Tennessee peni- tentiary, bent upon "setting" his mocd on Page IIo. B   

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