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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1932 NUMBER 19 IN COUNT! BUSK County W. Huff Paraguayans Enthuiiaitic Hostilities Against Neighbor MOBILIZATION" ORDERED Charge Bolivians Attacked Paraguay Forls in cd Region Illr I'lf't) Preparations fur war roiitlniied III the- Jungles Of tin- disputed Cliaco territory between Paraguay and Itnllvla today, wblle neutral 'lovernmenis beblnd the ureiie for a husls of iirldtratliin. All recent ovei-tiin-s to Ibis end have been rejected. Paraguay said slie Will IHll be resonsl- hle fur reprisals atnlnM Itollvlan "aggrei'doii." llollvia was Indlffer- lit to the lant note of Hie neutrals IIn well. Meanwhile, the llollvlatl people rbeered the govellllnellt's decision to settle tile t.li.yeiir-old boundary even If It meant war will; Paragoav. we have a right In the hanks of the Paraguay river." said the last llo- llvlnn note, and military prepared- ness went on apace. Hundreds of Patar.uavan youths manned army to lie the first to enlist In the gen- eral authorised by roiigresrt lat-t night. The foreign minister advised the league of council that llollvia had violated the articles of the league covenant. ASTNCION. Paragiiav, Aug. 2. (.p Hundreds of Paraguayan jouihs nwarnieil around army headquarters today and clamor- ed to be the first enlisted In the general mobilization against lln- IMa nntlHirUed by congress last iilr.bt. The young men. eager to Join t'.ie armed resliitance decided I-PMII as a result of llollvliin al- larks on Paraguayan forts In the long disputed (Iran Chaco re- Kliir.. refused to await the iirnmenfH call upon tliem for pervlrc. Tlio'.isands of trained moved from Ihelr for the new enlistments. Sup' -rlntendenl James lias completed one ;it the duties of his office that helps make the middle of the iiumm'-r one of his busiest times. It Is the making out of t'-nta- i live estimates for the numerous 1 school dlJtrlcts In which a sum- j mer term of school Is held, ct-ti- i mates to take care of requlre- meiils until th" long and I rated matters of final I levy rates and protests are set-; i lied. I Three of the rural schools are not having summer school t'il' year, Huff said yesterday. I Lawrence has not made a prar-1 lice of It. Chapel tried the full-term plan la-it year and j liked It and this year Cedar) Grove Is waiting until dispensing with the short sum-. mer session. Tentative estimates as approv-j ed by the excise board I take care of practically all of- III" expenses of the slimmer termsi now In progress, Huff said yesterday. Two colored people took teach- ers' examinations Friday for cev- tlflcales. The papers have sent to Oklahoma City for ilOfELlTOSEu Mayor Says Transportation From Camp Will Be Available Thursday WATERS flil-TBREHK UP Denied Camp in Maryland Plans For Next Move Not Revealed JOHNSTOWN. Pa.. Aug. of the bonus illtloiuirv. force announced today JAILER THNUIS ESCflPE ATTEMPT Condren Prevents Getaway Five Prisoners Tuesday Night of TREASUBI DEFICIT MOUNTS DURING JULY WASHINGTON. AUK. The government ended the first month r. the present fiscal year with a .deficit of which was greater than for Julyj a year ago. I Though the deficit for the1 first month was larger, there was] a bright spot In ttie situation be-j Reductions Principally in Ok- lahoma and East Texas Fields TULSA, 2. I.Vl A An attempted Jallbreak at the iiiuiign in.- .n-n.-.i month-end drop of tiO.105 har- countv atop the courthouse first month was larger, there was ]s ,n oklalloma to building was thwarted last night bright spot In the situation be- agreement among Itlll Condren. Jailer. ofter cause of It was due j a 14.872-barrel de- three minutes of a lively money paid to the adjusted tll east Texas, offset slight struggle against five prisoners.. service certificate fund Increanes other Texas fields the all According to Condren, which World war veterans face was bruised and left arm "011115. stabbed with a knife, tie at- 1 the month tempt was made about menl collected from and spent Six prisoners were In tli "hull pen" unil Condren went in to lock tliem In their cells for tli drawl povern- siiurces M51.- receipts were'approximate- lv less than collected the veterans will evacuate their night, lie had "racked" the doors camp here about noon row. The announcement said eminent tents brought Washington would In "with thanks." side nnd opened I'D two doors that le.rl hall Into the In the first month of last year and the expenditures J3n.oofl.ouu greater than of July. 1931. from the entrance hall Into the I The effect of the economy pro- J-ill corridor I gram was reflected In a decrease The prisoners had In some way i I" general expenditures of secured a saw and had sawed government us compared I through n logchaln which livid [with last July. I-ast month this as the I and brought the total crude oil j output of the t'nlteil Stales down I barrels In the dally aver- ase. the Oil and Gas Journal i says. United States production fell to barrels. Oklahoma reported the sharp- tomor- shut on outer of the gnr- from returned a a est decrease, dropping from 1120 barrels on July 23, to XI5 barrels. California production h e 1 d steady at barrels due to stringent proratlim laws, whlcli was 28.500 barrels above the fla lire of a month ago. Texas output dropped to 043 barrels against SS1.41S bar- JOHNSTOWN. mayor Rtihrrts nnd Caldwell Each Lose Two Votes, Majority Remains 45 (Hid their leaders say they no lotmer cnn expect slielter on the I ground the mayor provided for llhem after their flight from Washington. j Their commander. Walter W. Waters, was represented by Atwell. WMO camt here 'morning from Majority of Chess Huberts! over, The crowd A. A. Caldwell In their race for Washlntton. received Carters' county commissioner, district one, Tuesday remained the same at Iliei................ end of a recount conducted today. themselves announcement of his with a few mlnclcd cheers. A movement Huberts winning with an ailvan tage of -If. votes. Although there were changes of one or two votes In totals of pre- cinct returns made Tuesday night In the county election board, when the recount totals were completed each candidate liad lost two votes. The llnal totals were dies C. Huberts Caldwell 2.102. Hesiill ol the recount means rc- lioiiilnation for Chess Itoberts fol- lowing one of the closest races of the elections In the county resignation teurs nnd among tin to nai er shouted for assistance. One of the prisoners Jabbed a knife Into Condren's arm dur- ing the melee but Condren -.van braced with his back against the outer door and, when he told a to go get his pistol, the gave up and got Into tlielr cells. Meanwhile a trusty had re- moved the telephone from Hie hook and "Central" notified sheriff's office nn the ground ne floor that something was wrong McCloskey 111 Carter's place jall_ Into a real boom. (were soon upstairs with nhol- The mayor shouted bis loudest nol needed. In the WUH wmi. i derlng what kind of treatment i p the wouldbe jallbreakers are d' serving during (he remainder of their stay In county custody. Mill from the new enlistments. Mill- campaigns, a, v cadet, marched tin-' Jimmy Leveret! was tabulator returns were as follows: 'h" Prenldenl Jos.- cheered Ills action In deciding to defend the country. Invents moved rapidly iifl-r the decision of congress to mob- the military mid ecoi-.i.uilc lesnlllces of the COIIHliy last iil-til. Plans to call the armv anil li.elles were milled. til the' meantime. Foreign lll-.lnlo Vllio -.'III a note In III'- I.eiiL-ue of Nations council cl.irlng llollvla hud vlolali'd ..i- and eleven ol I'n l> covenant, which re.pilre IllembelM (n re.pecl the and linltorlal Integrity of .iiher Iliembers. lleildes Hie lleWn of the on Fort lloiiiineron. of to make himself heard uproar. AS lie spoke, a man In the crowd cried: "Are we going to break til1 and go The crowd yelled "no." McCloskey pleaded with the crowd: "I ask you to stick to Wal- ters." Them was a shout of "we will." The mayor said he was arrang- ing with the llultlmnre Ohio transportation of veterans to their In his pockets and a bullet .wound In his breast, Charles llo- ran. south home AGRA ROBBERY SUSPECT HELD CHANOLEH. Alls. C. former seanl at Semlnole, was In county jull here today for ques- tinning In connection with JT9G robbery, July IS. at lite Democratic Hank of Agra. K. K. state operative, who made arrest with tliu alii of detectives at Tulsa Sun- day, said the former policeman was Identified liy C. J. Alden. bank president, as one of throe n.eu wlio held him Simmons was taken Into custody after parting wttli wife on a Tulsn street, Maxey said, lie was .-ecog- nlzeit by Lee I'oUock. Tulsa de- tective and former deputy sheriff at Scmlnole', and by Joint Jones, Sand Springs constable, tilt- oper- ative ail (led. Simmons denied participation In the. robbery and said he was In conversation with C. A. IHirns. superintendent of the state bu- reau of Identification, on day of robbery. At Oklahoma City, IIurns Bald: "I never met tho man but once, nnil that was several weeks ago. llesldeK, 1 wasn't In Oklahoma City on the day of the robbery." FAVORS LEGALIZED BEER. Declares Change of Economic Policies Vital for Prosperity. day. down to 3X0 barrels. The table follows: OUitlmniH Memories of Bismarck Stirred As Chiincellor States New Position HKKI.IN. (.T) T'.ie Herman republic, as a result of j Cltr Sunday's election, faced a .sltua-' JVminnii-rtt. lion today resembling the days of Illsmarck, with General Kurt Von riclil'-lcher In thu rolu of Iron chancellor. Chancellor Franz Von Papen, head of the present cabinet, the power behind which Is Iho affable hut decisive Jiinker-Oeneral Von Schlelcher, Informed the Asso- ciated Press last night his gov- ernment Intended to slay In power, defying the relchstag if Kn.lr.1 July Kmlfl July J.1 11 II7.7J" iin.r.i.i uf StHte----- Toml OUnlM.ma aan.lir. IjUhrup IM..V.U Kllirmr ____________ 1Ull.n.'2 Jc.lnor Total Texm _____ Hull Conn ____ ll5.IJi Tnl.l Kt.Ki of Tex..-- IP Band Concert Friday Niejht to Precede Depnrture For Fort Sill lll.us? in top sh siri.r.is] pulls out at i The Ada gr I railroad for the BUY WOUNDED TAUHINA. Aug. wildly. Waters as denounced wild "sits his boots i'ai-i- nay's Important hlrongholds In the Chaco lenlloiy. the govern- ment nlso beard that tin- lans were iii.irehliig on Foil Ma- pol which also has flgiin-l in the r.O-year old dl.-pnte between the two nations over the wild, swnmpv. mottly iinmaiipeil l.-rrl- lory which forum their liotiiu'.ary line. "As n member of the ulxhed International Institution." Hie foreign minister said In Ms note to tin- league. "Paraguay calls attention to the cimiiii't.- hluii llollvia of hostile acts. without explanations or a 1ir.it io n of war. "When the attack on Fort lieu-ado by the Itollvlans wus repulsed nil July the liolh- lan chancellor falsely alleged that Paraguay iiltacked Mb" llollvtaii) Fort Florida. w'.il.Mi not U. viewing the uttackn on Forts Corral. -s. Toledo. Mnrtlnez, Isla- pol and Itiniquoron. the note ad- ded that "such conduct does not Ada, ward one. precinct one: Caldwell lost one vote. Ada, ward one. precinct three: Huberts gained two. Ada, ward two. precinct one: each gained one vote. Ada. ward two. precinct two: each ton! one vote. Ninth Allen: Caldwell gained one ole. South Allen: Caldwell lost one Vote. Francis: Huberts gained one I''1'; I'olbeit: Huberts lost two votes.i Steedman: Huberts lost one Closkey said: put Carter vote. work cleaning up after the Pecan drove: Huberts lost two, ;men Icav. cheered .McCloskey praised "a great leader" and Carter, whom ho around the hotel with on." "We are going to go home peacefully." said the mayor. "If you want to fight, come to me. I'll lie right In the middle of It. "Kvery man Is going to leav.' here with food and with pas- senger transportation. All you have to do Is show your dis- charge and It. K. F. card." Heferring again to Carter, Mc- .N. who lives three miles of here, was found at the of a neighbor last night by officers Investigating a shooting affray on the Whltesboro road near here. lloran staggered In the home of Kd Meyers on the Wbltesboro road shortly after ten o'clock. his son was with him and lie sum- moned officers. They said Hornn told them and Meyers that he was shot by Cody Connors. 17, a neighbor, with whom he and his son hail left the lloran home after drinking some whisky. The wounded man was taken to a t'oteatl hospital where his condition was described ns serious and officers are searching for Heferrlng to the post-election- riots yesterday which were attrib- uted to the National Socialists and In which four were slain, thu chancellor said whoever Is found i responsible for the "regruttublu events" would find the cablni t "determined to deal swiftly and I summarily with them." Dr. Franz llrachl. dictator of Prussia under Von Papen, warned that the limit had been reached I and that swift retribution would be ill'ted out to offenders. Tin; chancellor made It clear that lie, and the general at his back, would continue to rule Ger- many without party support. "If yesterdayls election bad any sig- he said, "It was til-- endorsement by the German peo- ple of the government's effort to rid the country of party control." "My colleagues and I." be llnued. "Inl.-nd to go before III.' Ni.rth Cull Itorky M.iunlHin ItemKlnilrr ot StBlc ____ ______ Tolal Unil.-l L-...-JI.'. 31.M1 ai.tlU 117.0110 "I. .'.Ml S.'.I.IMMI 47.I.IIUO r.i.l.v. 111.11011 TD mm STRIKE MOIN1CS. la.. Aug. I Farmers of mlddlewestern states I will attempt to Improve their own Flatus through Institution of i strike or "farmers holiday" begln- nltiK August 15. Mllo Heno. head of an association hacking Hie I movement, said today. Declaring that there Is nothing revolutionary or uiiAmerican In (the move Heno explained It Is an I attempt to raise the price obtain- above I'aldwell Pin-; Connor. Officers lie charged with tent to kill. said Connor will assault with In- MUOHITY DF 276 GIVES 11 ON Iriliit 11 11 111 tllclr rial message from Comnmndi-r as recommended by for this fiscal cut In the salaries of deputy crowd ,iarty Fill I u re to Include returns from I.ill.i In the official returns from I'ontotoc county s democratic run-off primary of July !Jrt re- sulted In error In the totals of the votes w o n hv U. Davis am race for county commissioner for district three. At I.ula Davis got 117 voles to IS for Hall, so that the offi- cial total for Davis was l.L'.'S. for Hall giving Davis a ma- orlty of 27i! voles. Davis and Hall were uuntestlng or the nomination for the place in the board of county commls- loners at present held by John Murphy. I lie told them Governor 'chol Is with them "heart and soul." I In his resignation, addressed Commander Waters, Curler; said: "Innsmuch as 1 cannot sup- port your policy of sending thej of the II. K. F. back I to their respective stales. I offer I herewith my resignation as chief! _______ or statf and ask that It be iic-1 OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. cepled Immedlaluly." county election board Alwell took the speaker's plat- should be appointed In- form to ask the veterans to K" i the stale election hotird. one He said he carried a roiinty commissioner i ed by farmers for produce relchstag with our program .ifithe cost of production by abstaln- constructlve effort and dare the from selling and buying over members to unseat us In the face i of at least (10 days. Heno of the crying need for objective, Is president of the National Farm- non-partisan work." ers Holiday association. The power of I'rlnC'- Illsmarclc I'nless purchasers are willing was founded on a similar sltua-] to pay what will return the pro Hon. a cabinet set up Independ- ently of the relchstag which c.i.- rled on the government with re- sponsibility only to the kaiser. The Von Pap.-n-Von Schlelcher cabinet was sent Into power ducer a profit, leaders of the holiday movement have advised farmers to "stay at home and sell nothing." Half a million midwest farm- bviers have already signed or ar order of president burs alone. Von Hlnden- i SUITE'S HEVENOES BEIDSTIITES OKLAHOMA CITV. Aug. fiscal sources other than ad val signing pledges to follow the con- With the band practicing every night and Ilattery F making all prcllmlnury arrangements for the annual encampment at Fort Sill, Ada's contribution In the HOOO Oklahoma National Guards will be In tip top shape when the train midnight Friday, groups wilt Include' 9fi men anil six officers. Ilattery F will take IM men anil four of- ficers, while the band will consist of 31 men nnd one officer. Lieut- enant John Fleet, of the regi- mental staff, will accompany tin Ada group. Captain Klhert Heed of Ilattery F announced this morning that Ills men were In readiness for tin cave-laklng. have been Mstied anil new guardsmen have been Instructed In the duties they will have to perform lit Fort Sill. Major F. J. Schrelher Is giving Ills band a thorough work out this week with practices every night and a concert scheduled for Fri- day evening In Glenwood park. Select Tun li. Hoss Sklrvln anil Jolinnl. Montgomery have been chosen b> the band hoys to net as kitchen (dice. The Ada band usually hire? two boys to set tables and wash dishes in order that Important members of the band may not In absent when conceits are to In played. Otherwise the work would be divided up between band mem- bers. Hud Hlch will again cook for Ilattery F this year, but due K new arrangements tin- band will not eat with the battery. have been assigned to eat with tin Service Ilattery from HoldenvllU Officers of Ilattery F Inrliidi Captain Klhert H-ed. First Lieu tenant G. H. Naylor. Second Lieu tenants Joe Cathey and Dan Proc- tor. Major Fred Schrelber Is tin only commissioned'officer In Hi band. Master Sergeant Iluce Lambert will act as drum major dltions of the strike Heno said. for the hand again this year. Is expected morrow. to arrive In Alia CUBED flT IDftBEL IDAIIKL. AUK. dras- become u league nation belonging to Kconoiulp pressure and the need for both nations to expand have aided 111 bringing the old Ixsne Io dancer point ngain. Allhough the Chaco Is a vast Jungle, consisting of llioitsai'd4 of miles tictut-en the I'll- comayo mid Paraguay rivers. It Io also potentially one of th" richest In the world. llollvlu has been land-locked erer n.lnce she was pushed from the Pacific by Chile. P.iraKiiay river, along the. west Iwiiifc of which Paraguay h Imllt her M-ttlemenlH and strung her forts. In navigable, while i he Pllcomayo. where JlolUla's outpoHts are, Is not. The present crUln began to develop In the middle of lad month when a clash occurred at an outpost between the spttlo- ments of I two countries. Th.1 llollvlam. called It Fort Marls Santa Cms and the Paraguayans Fort Carlos Antonio Lopez. Who started the trouble U no Continues! on H, No. S Waters. Someone In the crowd committees. Attorney Ren-1 from shouted: "Where Is Kins held In an opinion taxes will be about "Voii can do better In j Cordell, stale board 000. State Auditor Frank Carter home states." Atwell said. 'secretary. 'estimated In a Mter today to Eu- "Contlnued concentration would 'committees should rec-. gene Kerr of Muskosee. member be an Imposition on or community. We are .still working on a haven for you." Those close to the speaker's stand cheered. GOV.JJOSEVELT locratic Nominee Outlines Position and Scores Re- publicans. any state for each j of Governo- Murray's economy Austelles Hurt In Car Accident Saturday Night A. Aiistelle of Ada received I number of broken ribs and ievere bruises and his son bus ulnor cuts and scratches as u result ot an automobile accident which occurred at about Saturday night on the Stonewall highway. Witnesses describing the nccl- l.'.nt state Hint the car driven by Austelle was crowded to th WASHINGTON. Aug. The weary and unwanted ll.K.F. is figuring out today how far It Is to home. Honied from the District of, Columbia, barred from Maryland are received and Virginia, received with scant said, welcome In Pennsylvania, many of the bedraggled bonus seekers decided the only thins to do was what their commander ordered go back whore they came from nnd establish 4S battlefronls In- stead of one. Walter W. Waters, their lead- August er. conceded In a statement early peratures county board membership in-1 committee. stead of the tisu.il list of five. Collections for the last fiscal -year were JJ.r.49.964 or In event It Is found txvo hers of a board are from same county commissioner dis- trict, one should be removed. Vacancies should be filled after additional recommendations county officers has 1.....n ordered by the county commissioners. A mcn number were cut off entirely. The salaries of agricultural demonstration agents were fixed estimates of equalization. toda.- that a new notional camp could not be established. held mti_............................. that the formation of tenl cities road by another car j In each of the 4S states to house from counties. Kin- AT Ufl DEGREES sta'rted out with leni- In keeping with the resulting In completely automobile as collision which i veterans from that slate only demolished Austelle's j would do more pood. It rolled over the! Some veterans at the Maryland turning over or three times. Two wheels were broken on the other car but the occupants were uninjured. two j camp halfway between Washlns- ton and nnltlmore could not wait i for the Tin mtli1 Incident st of daybreak to pet off occurred about i And Carter, Waters' rep- the railroad I rescntatlvo at Johnstown, so Wa- brldse on' hlglnvay 4S. Two otherl tors' aides hero said, promised to occupants of raped Injury. Austellc's car es-'. carry out orders evacuating all hut Ponnsylvanlans from that I1 Austelle and his son Sunday morning were able1 to leave the llreco hospital where they were taken for treatment. camp. Waters' surrender followed an unsuccessful effort to convince Hltchln that the veterans Continued on Page 3, Xo. did closing days of July, and If the remainder of the month holds tn the same standard the month will not be easily forgotten. The government thermometer again ascended to the century mark, stopping at 100 degrees In- stead of going another degree higher as It did'Saturday and Sun- day. The nlRht continued the heat wave effect, with a minimum of SO degrees, distinctly warm, be- Ins recorded. A sprinkle or two this morning and the presence of occasional clouds brought fleetlns hopes that the much-needed rain would come to bless the parched fields and gardens and slve the sround a thorough soaking. 1 than the e board of Carter said. The auditor estimated that ap- proximately J500.000 more would be collected In gross production tax this year. Kerr asked the Information for use ot the committee In mak- ing recommendations for curtail- ing the budget. Recalling the controversy between equalization hoard members In estimating amounts thai would be derived from the new state Income tax. :arter said the board finally set the figure at auditor estimated Actual collections OC.3. Income from tlon lax, estimated at was J2.00R.S55. T IM.J at J50 a month; county engi- neer's salary at n year. Salaries of county commis- sioners were Increased about one fourth. The health department virtu- ally was nbnllshed. The action of the commission- ers In Increasing their own sal- aries while trimming other sal- aries tins caused considerable re- sentment In some county offices-. 14 mm MEN OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. by national guards- for alleged violation of pro- ration rules 14 employe's of the Marshall Oil Co., free today with warnings to keep off the lease. The men were arrested yester- day und placed In the county Jail by order of Lieut. Col. Ci- cero I. Murray, In clmrge of mil- itary prorallon enforcement in the locol field. He alleged the nen had "Interfered with the city oil field rules" by turning in the Marshall Co. wells which state had ordered cloned. UAII.HOAI) SITKS THl'CK OI'KHATOH .MTSKOREK. July They uned to sue the railroad, but now: The Fort Worth and Denver railroad sued W. J. McFarland. 1.5'ti'.iMjii. counly truck operat- i were for lfil.4oi. claiming a broke an underpass at Ok- ro. launlon, Tex., Auc 3, 1330. Passing over the 'underpass, a train was wrecked, one person was nn killed and several Injured. The 2-_ljjp) amount asked was paid Injured Parne and Gordon Hayes of conspiracy to violate the prohibition law In Tillman county, Okla., was up- held yesterday In a decision accldent. AXADAHKO. Aug. 2. recount of Caddo county votes A L Ul dered by the Tenth Lulled States cast Hn circuit court of appeals here. The h raec nom- 8tatu 8enalor besan of Tillman county H lcrt Hon. The appellate court their trial w.s free of preJudlcUl j error- board or "uponTpplIca of was defeated by. 18 rotes. loiter Col. Murray directed their release, announcing that hey hud not destroyed properly mil that ln> would not file charges ag.ilnst them. A1.1IANV. N. Y.. July Tovernor Franklin D. Hooseviilt annched his drive for the- presl- lency tonight with a contention bat the. main Issue of the cam- nilgti Is economic relief and a lechiratUin that he will call on be next coiiKress, If ho Is elect- to legalize the sale of beur. The Democratic mult- ng his first speech Hlnce the icceptance address at Chicago un July 2. said: H U not onoucli to sny that vhen prosperity ls restored hall then consider how to avoid repeatlUK all the old To- lay we recosnlze these errors. Today they should be outlawed 'or all Hme to come." The foreign debt situation. Mr. lloosevelt declared, "him Intel! ironght measurably nearer a HO- lutlon by thu recent results :il Lausanne." "Greal llrltaln. Francn and flor- uany have at last agreed among heniselves concernliiB repuni- :luns. Tho iluiiRvr now Is that hey may turn a united front igalnsl us. This I am con- vinced, nol HO much from UK- Ichtx they owo us, as fioni our mrrlers ngalnsl Ihelr trade which nalic the problem so difficult. Tho debts wilt nol bo a problem shall not have to caned wo aru realistic about providing ways In which payment Is possible through Iho profits irlslng from the rehabilitation of trade. "The Hepuhllcan platform said nothing at all about this; bill their position has been tho nb- urd one of demanding payment and at the same tlmn making payment Impossible. This policy finally forced a moratorium as it was bound to do. Our policy dei__, c hi red for payment, but at Iho sumo lime for lowered tariffs and resumption of trade which open tho way to payment." Mr. Hoosevell made, no refer- ence to linking foreign debt situation with a reduction of dis- armament whlcli has been advo- cated by President Hoover ami Senator Ilorah, Hepubllcan chair- man of Iho Hcnuto foreign rela- tions committee. Sp'-tikliig over the radio and Boated at Iho desk In his study, the Democratic nominee quoted freely from tlm party platform which he culled "forthright and to the core." "1'ven the partisan press has found U hard to criticize. thu Democratic platform this year." ho added. WniilN Ili-er Ileferrlng In the platform-de- mands for repeal of tho Iftlh amendment and Immediate modi- fication of the Volstead net-to legalize the sale of beer and wines, Mr. Hoosevelt said: "Nothing needs to be added to that, except that If the present congress lakes no action, I shall urge, the new congress to carry out these provisions." j The main theme of tils speech based on n platform duclaru- tlon which reads; "Tin- only hope for Improrod present conditions, restoring em- ployment, affording permanent relief to the people and brlnglni. the nation back to Its foriuet irotid position of domestic hap- piness and of financial. Indus- trial, agricultural and commercial leadership In the world lies In u drastic change In economic and govern mental policies." Mr. Hoosevelt delayed outlin- ing how ho would tiring about "a redistribution of wealth" which he called for In a speech at At- lanta last spring, with Hie asser- tion: "Concerning- tho necessary re- vision of Rome of our Institu- tions, I shall have moro Io nay later. He added "H must be modo lll'IMiKT OKLAHOMA CITV. AUK. and other offi- cials of the Fnlvrslty of Okla- tioma, Oklahoma A. and M. col- ege and six state col- egcs conferred with Governor Murray's economy committee to- day as members continued a sur- vey of determine where covern- mental expenses may be cut tio.000.000 biennially. With the board of affairs claiming per capita expenses Bt state Institutions have been cut to the limit. It was thought prob- able the hlKgest reduction rec- ommended would be In Hie school budsela. Oreateit lor too amonal CUailflefl .Impossible for ltd Indefensible features to show themselven again." Hammering at methods em- ployed by the Hepubllcan presi- dents, Harding, Coolldce and loover, to finance tho' ROTern- mcnt. th" Democratic nomlneo leclared "Let us the cour- age lo stop, borrowing to meet continued deficits." "Slop the hn urged, 'and lei us also haw Iho cour- age to reverse the policies ot the Republican leaders and Insist on a sound currency." The Democratic parly said, Mr. Hnoserelt conllnued. "not only must government Incomo meet [iroipectlvo expenditures, but thlx Income must be secured on principle of ability to pay. This In a declaration In fa- vor oT graduated Income, Inheri- tance and profit taxes. and against taxes on food and cloth- Ing whoie burden la actually shifted to Hie of these necessities ot life on a per capita rather than on the basis of the relative slid of per- CoaUaued on Faffa Ha.   

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