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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XX XII ADA. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1932 NUMBER 23 Flaming Buildings Spell Rout of Spain's Royalist Rebels FMITEBM Central Expecting Heavy Enrollment As New School Year Beijins INCREASED LflST YEAR Many Requests Comintj in For Trip Made As Special Repre- sentative of Governor W. 1-1. Murray Judte J. 1'. McKeel. member of the Mate hUhway commission accompanied by Mrs. McKeel. turned Monday afternoon from Washington when- he went on special business with Hie Kiivern- ni'iital depurtnients as a Hpeclal representative of Covernor Mui- McAdoo Nominated for United States Senator; Becomes Party Leader Placet to Work For Room And Board lieglslratlon for the fall I-rm of East Central State Teachers' college will be In progress Sep- tember 2 and Cla-swork be- SHORTRIOGE BEHIND ray. Chief Engineer Charles Wilson of tin; highway depart.....ill was with Judge McKeel on the trip, returning direct to Oklahoma City. Judge McK-el expressed hlm- nelf as fully satisfied with Hi''. -n.t.im trip, but did not yo Into The administration of the col- about the results. He will inak" IK making every preiiarntlon bis eonfldenllal report to possible to lake care of Ihe lap.-- ernor Murray today. lie it tendance during the regular early this morning for Hi. he-Inning September r..: Hal after voting In Hi _ __ I Present Senator Likely to Lose I Nomination lo Tallant Tubbs ectlon. While II Is linpoHslhlc In predict definitely the number of students who will enroll, nil of the Indi- cations point to a registration .i.ij large us the Institution has ever bad. Last year the regular attend- ance of college itlndeiils from September to May reached with an average dally attendance of exclusive of pupils In the training iicbool. correspond- ence and extension Hindi-ills; and tin- summer ties-don was slightly In of the two summers mediately preceding. There Is no Ml Aug. ieasi.il to believe that there williTwo school teachers, a man and In- a decrease In attendance; on Ilii- contrary, there are mime rca- hulls why the attendance may In larger ihan last year. Atiioni: these are: t'li-1 l.nn SAN FJiANCISCO. An'-. i.Ti -For the republican nomina- tion for senator and Incomplete precincts out of Crail i i siniler Vonngworth 1 i. 1 I I For the democratic senatorial ,.ii.- nomiiialloii precincts c-im- ipb-te mid Incomplete out of KI.- w.iv.ieii I 1 II0.1H2; Shuler McCar- 'thv Abbott Hale 1. N I'liANCISCO. Ail'-. The lead piled up by Till- Tubbs. San Pranclsco wet. lover Senator Samuel shortrldue. !for Hi- republican senatorial nom eaHi-d loiter I3ut Car Unveil Off Ahcluctors; I race l-ountl N o was today from !MISM slowly cut on addltloiml re- esterday's primary. precincts complete woman, were kidnaped from Ihelr -class rooms at Woodall, 'Okla.. today, but Ihelr three ab- ductors reli-ased them unharmed anil Tied In the woman's motor ]car. First, the low cost of attend- ing. There Is no senior college 111 the slat- In which Hie necessary expense of allelldillg Is lower, Ihan nl Kit "I Central. In most of j tin- Ill-dilutions It Is much higher.1 Last year there was a tend- ency for students who bad been attending more expensive schools to come here, and this tendency will probably Increase idiice u great many students have learn- ed thai they can get belter wink nt lower coil than elsewhere. Second. Ihe constantly Improv- ing roads In the service, area of the East Central Stale Teachers' college will prove It great hlllllU- lus to the enrollment her--. The accessibility of an Institution. In n large measure, determines Its enrollment: and access lo Mast Central Is far easl'-r now than at tin.- lime In the Third, the college has estab- lished u reputation for thorough work, flee frirtn fads; and thl" Is Ihe type of education Hint ap- peals to a people more or II-M chastened by the depression. All In He ISctl reported out Tubbs bad 177.S12 and Shiirtrl'dge Tubbs piled up a lead late I; night which exceeded Early morning reports cut the difference to i Other leiurns from the cam-.- {precincts; I Joe Crall the jllcv. Hubert 1'. Shuler 1 1 I. and Leo V. Vonngworth j William McAdoo, candidate Until Mrs. I.eola Durham. 2 T. anil Lawrence I'anell, lid, th teachers, were tossed from Mr> Durham's motor car near Marbl 'City, north of Salllsaw. j Apparently the three hoodlums the democratic senatorial .called the teachers out of the [nomination, had a bad of almost iichool and hustled them away for to one over his nearest op- the sole purpose of stealing tin.' Jusus S. Wnrdell, San car. for neither was mlstrcaleil and the abductors failed to taki Jewelry or money. Speeding away fri'in tin- school, which opened early In order that the pupils might be free during roared ON FEDERAL Bids to be Opened on Septem- ber 27 for Post Office and Court House. Advertisements for bids for the flitted Stales post office and court house for Ada are now out. In another place in this Issue ot Tlie News can be found the ad- vertisement. llids will he opened Ilii Wash- ington on September 27. The advertlsinent specifies that the prevailing -wage must be p lid all laborers and mechanics em- ployed on the job. Contractors of others can get sets of the plans and specifica- tions by writing to .las. A. Wet- more, Acting Supervising Arcul- led. Washington. D. C.. and making a deposit to guar- antee safe return of the The building will lie ereet.nl the corner of Twelfth mid Itennie, on laud formerly owned by John W. Heard. The site was purchased approximately a vear usus and cnllon (licking em and their through Webl Ihe Arkansas Hiiiilh toward teachers er-l Wel'e east and abitu: Til- season. hostages 11 wo I ponenl, Francisco {complete [vole was; i McAdoo Wardell 'lito; shuler. as a democrat Maurice M. McCarthy I1. M. Abbott I0.7S7 S. In precincts, incomplete. Tlie ris.-! ,1" n.-i and Hcre arc photographic glimpses of tin- brief rclun cif terror which followed tin' collapse of tin- recent monarchist revolt 111 Seville, fourth city of Spain. owned liy royalists wen- fired by mobs of extremists, anil about you see the Seville headquarters as it burst Into flames. I'.elow :ire shown some (if the jirl treasurers that were removed from the palace of the Marquis do Luca lie Telia before It. too. was burneil. Overwhelming Majority Piled Up in Opposition to Proposition VOTE ZOfiTfo 990 Two Carried by Pro- posed Charter in Yester- day's Election (I'limi D.illj) Ada Tuesday rejected the j posed amended c'liirtcr which Was offered to replace the char- ter which for 2fl years had been !in effect, piling up an overwhelm- j mlng majority of to votes against the proposition. The opposition vote swept nine of the eleven voting precincts ot tln> city, most of them by -i 'heavy majority which early jclded' the fate of the ametuUd charter. Ward one. precinct three, vot- ing at Hays school, gave ..tiirilvj support to the- proposed new i '.charter, polling 1ST, votes for. to; votes against it. j Ward 2 precinct 2. voting at1 .Wlllard school, was HIM other i precinct which went for the new charter, but by the narrow mar- jgln of 1.-0 to' 144. IteMilt Quickly Kimivii When the returns began lo .come In the decision of the vo- lt era was quickly evident, and as a complete report was available within minute's after th.' polls closed the final period was soon placed lo the charter revls- Ion movement. cent developments In the efforts The (imended charier veterans of the world war to brought before Hie voters as Hi-? secure payment now of the ad- oiilgrnwth of a strong vote in justed service certificates held revision 8I1EPICKETS HUP CLASH Shotgun and Tear Gas Bombs Used by Occupants of Unidentified Car Want Compensation Paid, Ask Probe of Expulsion of Vets from Capital. (I'rmii Hull) I Norman Howard post of the American Legion In Its last meeting adopted two resolutions which are an out growl h of re SHERIFF REQUESTS TROOPS Nebraska Sheriff Reports Situ- ation Around Omaha Well In Hand CHEKOKKE. la.. Aug. I.Ti Every vlsllailte I" 111'1 vic- inity gathered behind locket! doors today to map battle plans In tln> fear of a wholesale In- vasion of Cherokee by farm strikers lo avenge the wounding of II of their comrades early today hy mill fire from till uni- dentified nutomolille. They iirtpured for "any evmit- nullly" and foresaw crisis an developments were iiKivert swiftly and tensely In Hie holiday strlk.f for higher fJirm prices. The fnrin pickets wotiml- ed early todny when two mystery cars charged through ttii'lr hurled from guns spniycd ranks. So far. nftlerHls hiive failed t" Identify the 'automobiles and ran cars .11111 Hen mit-tife'i inTOlTear gas bombs were I ni.lSlthe cars and shot gu nUIUjleai! Into the pickets' Circulation of false rumors that the Iowa national guard wnn eitrimle added tinder to the Ir.- llamed situation. Iowa national guard leaders and C-overnor Din j Turner denied tliitt the inllltu thai! been dispatched and the 'chief ex-Wittlve asserted lie be- lieved local officials could handle Hie situation. wiire freed, the kidnap- believi-'.l to have turned headed liit-i Arkansas. count rv roads. HChniil children, alarmed teachers failed classrooms, tele n> re- honed Andle Illley Hale The Incomplete re the heavily populated I.us Angeles made tip trie prln-j clpal factor of uncertainty as to I Ihe ultimate outcome of Hie) Tuhhs-Sliortililge race, shot j forces last night predicted vic- tory. March favorable to revision nf I hem. the old charter. 'in one resolution the post. A board of freeholders reviewing the events at- elecled III the name month ami I tending the expulsion from within a short time had set lo j Washington of the so-called work to consider the matter of'Uonns Kxpcdltlomiry force, guHi-jhail been tossed from tin1 unto correcting'nlleged defects In tliejered to fioni the national {mobile preceding the shooting, which was adopted nm-ennm-nt rash wtilch, us Indicated illu> certlflcat CIIKUOKKK, lu.. AUK. farmers on picket duty were wounded early today by HholKUii fire from an fl'ed automobile paHHlnu tiirouuli the plcliet lines. TOar cas bombs old charter. In and by the vote for revision, w.n believed lo need imnlel __ ill believed lo need imnlei A T 111 I LUI When (be board bad completed U! Ul I I 111'I'" work and submitted the pro- Ml amended charter for de- _ .clslon of the voters, a campaign G. Bennett and Dr. A. Support for Democratic against its adoption fallowed and Nominees and Income Tax Bill. In tl stances, the lo take can Itient. The Hindi1 every square foot day In the of these clrcum- rnlle-e Is preparing of it capacity enroll- adiiiliilslralliiti bat el fort to use every of floor space every week and on Sat in- day. and lias even repaired III-- idii gtmnasliim to assb-.t In han- dling the large Influx of students. Wllli on- excefitlon. all of las! year's facility members will be the job. and two new farultv members have been added, Dr. Itlcbard O. Meents In geology and geography, and Truf. V.. I', llcl- miinn. w'lni will devote his In part to f.....Ign language, and In p.irt to mathematics. Mrs ad oft lieuan conn- Late Returns and Corrections Cut Cov. Sterling's Total Vote Iwhell Ibeil turn to tin officers. Apparently the abduction was carried out t'niletl.v. .lames Cole, a i passing motorist, saw the men 'talking to the teachers on the school bouse steps. lie noticed nothing unusual, and drove on. The kidnapers, one of whom t was believed armed, were thought to have spent the night at a near- by farm house. I'anell lives at Warm-' Durham at Porum. llalked In an effort to h......... the kidnapers. officers began; DALLAS. Texas. Aug. irchin" Ihe hilly border cmm-jMis. Miriam A. I Mo I 1-erg.isnti 'lry ,was leading Cov. II. S. There were no other teachers votes for the d-ni'i- at the Woodall school, which Is (-vatic gubernatorial nomination three miles south of Warner. The ;1 tabulation Issued by the three roughly dressed men did not election bureau at 2 p. m. .excite Ihe 'cbildren's suspicions j when they called the teachers' Counting of votes bad I from their separate class rooms r, In 2IH of I lie 2.M but as lime went by and the state. Mrs. dld not return, the children be- iTrt.dSl vnt-'s, came worried and telephoned   morning belore S. V.V Hill. Justice of Ihe peace, on a chiuge nf assault with o dun- e.eroii-i weapon. They pleaded not guilty, their bond was vet by Mill at J.'-ii'1 each and date for pi ellminai y I The death today of Senator liearlng set for September made Ihe iiuestlon of sen- Tin- ciiinpliilnl was filed Mon-1 ate In the next Migusl "'i. signed by A M.gress dependent upon the 1! tin T _ The last county In which count- was completed was Trinity. BEITH WH C WASIUNC.TON. Aim. I which gavi to Mrs. D to sterling. -k AI o'clock In the noon Dr. II. C. Ilennett. dent of Oklahoma A. and .M. college, Stlllwater. will speak. Presence of these noted edu- cators and orators Is expected to draw many lo the day's program. The 'outside' program iu- .cltides races and jumping con- tests, greased pig and gre.i.ied j pole competition, a rolling and riding rod-o at o'clock, a I baseball game at -I o'clock. Open house for grade schools- will begin at o'clock. (Irou-i singing will follow, aft-r whlen Dr. Linscheid will speak. j After dinner on the grounds, open house high school will, Off-Ted. followed liy 111' Stime-.vall glee club. Dr. llenneit will speak, after which Iniliviii-j ual district events will occur ,ind i-jlhen community sitiglng. I District events will Include Owl ICn-i-k. Ahlo-o. t'nion Valley.! Pleasant Hill. Frl-co. Fran'....; Onwaid. Jesse, liurruw and Lula all of which, with Ilie and others. He made an j pr appeal for the Democratic ticket! tor this fall. Otto Strickland, representative from IliU county, was master of ceremonies and Introduced the speakers. Governor Murray endorsed Jack Walton. Democratic nominee for corporation commission- r, and advocated the election of the na- tional Democratic ticket. The governor appealed for sup- port for the Income tax law which lias been initiated and which be voted on Ibis fall. After Hi- speaking, the gover- nor drove back to Oklahoma City last night. ji-xposure to 'gas bombs; jchlld of an effects of the baby ex-service tear wa s man and till! and of Cherokee began an Investiga- tion latest violence 111 tho drive of Iowa farmers lo with- hold farm produce from for higher prices. Tear gas was said by deputies to have been thrown from a car which drove pasl the picket out- post on highway nl. An occu- pant of the car then fired Into the picket group with n shotgun, wounding the men. oyicers were told. Their Injuries were believed In be minor. The shooting occurred nt Ihe same oiitpnsl ut which a woman suffered back Injuries yesterday when logs were thrown III front of a car In which she was rldliitf. ili-Kloiuiaire. P 7r The second JILL Hiu position of resolution Mates Itoads lo Uiimlm OMAHA. N. AUK 3 UJ Ireaai-d to cash payment of 'sheriff Charles McDonald 
                            

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