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Publication: Ada Weekly News September 8, 1932

Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - September 8, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1932 NUMBER 24 EXPECTED HERE CONTRACTS ill HOW “HUMAN BULLET” SPED COAST TO COAST IN IO HOURS T CONS! City Schools Already Ahead of Figures for Same Time Year A^o IM m TO ENTER Assignment of Teachers Various Schools of City Announced to Enrollment In the city sr boo ti of \da threatens to surpass that of last year. a* students continua to come iii during the first sc*k of the fall term. Reports of principals at the end of the school day 'I allowed 2.4*7 pupil* enrolled lf* the fir** ward schools, Junior and senior high schools. A year ago, on Sept en Br r the total was 2,620, which Ii iv 111! more than that of last night, with a week and a half ‘.et to pass before the same ‘late is reached this y« ar. I*at‘T in the fall manx OKLAHOMA CITY. Sept 7.    *.V> Contracts for $296,454 in Caddo and Roger Mill* county road projects sen- announced today by lite Mate highway department, coincident with advertisement for hid* Sept, 13 on eight projects in Kills, Harper and Jackson coonties. Contract* let today follow: Caddo county: Five miles grading and dfalnage state highway f»4, between Apache and Cyril, S. K. Cray, Muskogee, $21,Sin; ILK miles grading and drainage, same project, Humphreys and Thomson, \da, $24,134; three bridge*. Led ford and May, Walters. $25,232. Roger Mill* county:    ft.2 miles grading and drainage, state highway 33, Humph!eys anti Thomson, Ada, $32,810; six bridges, same project, L. VI, Mackey. Oklahoma City. $33,672; ft,4 miles grading and drainage in prolongation of highway, Kadane Con st. Co., Frederick. $27.*7ft; one bridge, IC. G. like arui Son. Kit Ga, $*,207; 4 7 i tidies grading and drainage, same I highway, Kadane, $23.5 ft K ; f»\e IS, I bridges, I,. M. Mac key, Okalhoina on- City, $49,090, L ,12 boy i will Cot loll pa and girls who ire now and for some tittie he picking will Come in for part of* t lear'* work to push enrollment figures still big lier. Enrollment through Tuesday, by schools, was ai follows: Mid school SH!*, Junior high 3*1, Washington 375, Hays 303, Willard 240, Cle ti wood 237, Irving 366, . Assignment of teacher* for the term which besan this week iii the city school* is a* follows: Ada High *mIi‘n»I St ii bbs. Principal. IL Lane, Com and Keg- Steady Progress Beinly Made On S. H. 48 South and on S. H. 12 Grading ll. Dickerson, Coach on, J or« ign. Much ll. ti Fred lit,car, Guy H i- tory. Churchill Thomas, Sc It ice I) pa rf rn en t. Lula Johr and Chorus. Moss Wimbiih, English In pl Annie C. (iv id, His!or, Dept, Mary White, Math. Dept Harold Stroll rn. Manual \rts. W. Burgess Steed, Math, Dept luna IV Cl ce iii a it, Speech Dept Kihei Bryan, Home Lronomn -Viola Col I im. Asst. Co tit met clad. It, IL Walton, WL Harold \ I leu, Ash*!. louise Meade! *, As*’I Lier Neal Kichmond, and History. opal Little. A - I. Fore! guage. Dais!* Bill. Mrs With Junior ii M it* it fro Hampton, b is Moi»isoti, Cene Ford, Pearl Ferry, nice Hargis, Hollow ,i s V Science . Science. Euglis'.i. Journal in I .a ii Belie Britt, Aik'!. Kng-Adair, Librarian. Iligll Si Intel Zimmerman, Principal. ll* md on.    lie: iii,iii was c. Thomas, I intl* rbert Ii. Beck, Km ma IL G reg Opal la*e Ilee ii. Her* Likie VV anion, Enid Ola I* • ay, Bernice Johnson. Elizabeth Van Eaton, Willard VV aid S*ImmiJ R. It. Wa I lace. Principal. Vin Barrie Britt, (La Sea well, Mrs, tattle ii Hob**,,. Mama Loin Bent- Norman <• rahatit. Grace |ka> ne, SI ley, ll Hi ** s< bool Jessie Bagley, Principal. Boba Holt, Ora Faust, Ann George, How et! Aldridge, Fleet * Barnes, Velma Let Grimes, Kathleen ti rant. VV le-hiiigfon School V Floyd, Principal. Marlin VV’. Landers. Opal Qual-1 \,„ericai is. Lucille Smith, Corinth* Kice Stegall, Jewell Little. Laverne Warren. Eunice Johnson. Lucille McCleary. Vt attle lam Dixon, Neil Kearns Slater Glenwood Sill*sd r VV. White, Principal. Itemise Owen, Pm ma Hay ley. Nice* Stokes. Lena Bethel!, Gene Scald, Mildred Jeter, J* -si* Finley. lex Big Si tilS«| Mr*. Bonnie V11 • ti, Principal. Robert L. Williamson. Ma * Kin is Green, Nellie Henderson. Edith E. Fuller, Minnie Butler. Mrs Wayne Waddington. Hallie* Kid ii. Evelyn Rogers, Doris i’egg. Paving on Highway lh by Hie Hyde Construction company of Enid has almost reached tile end of th** contracted project. ^tending ft.263 miles beyond the former end of pavement on tile highway from Ada to Stonewall, according to division highway headquarters here am! s Tills project, alien finished, will , result in a pated surface from Ada to lite county line fun east of Stonewall. Paving has lain poured by the Hyde crews at a tapid rat**, moving along the formerly graveled surface at a pace which means Dial before many W'eeks the liigh-xxa\ can bt* tbrown open to traffic, once the concrete paving bai Ila*! tim* for “curing.** Tile budge on Highway 12 on tin- grading and drainage project ♦-ast from Vila toward Mb ii is reported to bale been finished Til** project includes 4.657 mites I of grading, along a route xx bidi will eliminate the winding curves I of the old route, thereby reducing the distance ami cutting down on j til** time requited to go from Ada (to Allen. I Highway 4 6. known as “Murray , lame, ’ is showing the results of months of bard labor and when completed will hax*e reduced the distance from Ada to Tishomingo to 4 I .819 miles. The highway grading is com-j pl* led pa*t f ranks and good progress is tieing made in the rock cut j tieing dug out through the east j « n«i of a mountain southeast of, Franks I Coming from Tishomingo north-! ward *m Highway 4*. th** division headquarters reports, seven miles »have been completely graded and ! drained and work on eight more I miles is *0 per cent complete. Two Breaks in Levee Reported; Hidalgo May Be Cut Off By High Water MEXICO HIRD HIT Brownsville Expects Crest of Flood Friday; Rains Continue BROWNSVILLE. Tex., Sept. 7. i.p» The crest of the Rio Grande flood surged past Hidalgo today. inundating a vast area in the lowlands and breaking levees along its banks. High water was pouring through scores of breaks on tb*-j Mexican side of the river and; swirling across th** thousands of ( acres of land. As the water back-* cd up against the banks of the floodways in Hidalgo county, there! wen* two bn-'iks. one south of Mil-* -ion and on** south of McAllen. Th* Mission break was about 30 j fed wide. Army aviators xvho returned to Brow nville after a sur-! vey said they did not think it i could Im* stopped. There was some chance of filling th** gap near McAllen. Water was hacking up around Hidalgo and it appeared th** community would be isolated. Hidalgo was th** only town on the American sid** of the river which had been flooded. On th** Me\|can side, the situation was much worse. Reynosa was almost surrounded bv high water. Cajole, Madeiro and San Manuel were partially under whaler. Others had xvaler a foot or two deep in them. APPEAL OF WENTZ OKLAHOM V r— .    *■ f |    *np    i    tv    oil    ^*1 Ok i&homa ^ Estimate V aluation I etal VV iii today Be $3,500 OOO Less Than Last Year had one of the qu* attorn millionaire CITY, Sept. 7— supreme court under consideration state’s major political whether Lew Went*, oil man. or Miss REPEL SHERIFF Heres Jimmie Haizlip of St. Louis, Die “human bullet.” and the route he follow***! in dishing aero - tin* United States at an average speed of 345 miles an hour to set a new transcontinental speed record and win the Bend!\ derby, staged in connection with the National Air Races at Cleveland. Haizlip’s time from Los Angeles to New* York was IO houri and 20 minutes, or aft minutes less than I the old record set la-t year by Jimmie Doolittle. In order to make ! the figures comparable, all tim** expressed in the map is eastern standard. C. D. PRICE HUR! T Reduction of almost $4,OOO.* OOO in the assessed valuation of Pontotoc couut/ for tile year 1932-33 is forecast here following '•eceipt of the statement of assessment on personal and real estate received this morning from the stat*- board of equalisation by Charley W. Floyd. Assessed valuations for Pontotoc county this year for real estate total $8,s50,51S, which, with $1,959,973 for personal property, makes a total without public ser-i vice properties of $10,810,493. A 20 per cent cut in valuation I of public service total for last year would set the total for this year at about $3,800,000 which with the real and personal property total given above would give (Pontotoc county a total valuation ! of a little more than $14,600,-000. $18,04)0,000 Last Year Last year tit** personal proper*/ in th** county was assesse I at $2,265,582, real estate af $11,600,386, public service properties at $4,763,745, for a grant total of $ I 8089,713. The decided reduction in as-sosed valuation will mean a heavy loss in income to the county for governmental functions, | and the excise board now is en-j gaged in working out a means • of distributing the decreased in- *----* work in Maude Thomas of Beaver, is the legal republican highway commissioner. After hearing four hours spirited debate yesterday court allow *1 attorneys Wentz ten days in which lo An opinion is not expert-several weeks. Thomas, former pan-newspaper woman, was commissioner bv Govern©- of the i for file Attempt to Escort Trucks of Livestock Through Picket Lines Fails briefs, ed for Miss handle named Murray after he ordered removal of Went* last Vpril I. Wentz, who contends only the courts may oust him, appealed from a district court order which held he was entitled to th** office but did not direct removal of Miss Thomas. While attorneys for Miss Thomas contended the only question involved iii Die appeal was that of possession of the office, i counsel for Wentz declared th** ‘supreme court should decide th** validity* of the Governor’s ouster order and issue un order ing .Miss Thomas. SEVERAL INJURED Strikers Block Road and Stones and Clubs Freely Use E T Indefinitely Postponed Resolution For Investigation Of Election I'!i* Brow nsvill* weather bureau McKeown Notified Request for AOA LEM POST TO INSTALL NEW OFFICERS ; ii*w year I Sept. 13, • VY** woks, i depart titer lr* r How a rd p«eo of the Legion will begin its ii**vt Tuesday nigjii. when Joe Looney of re I. lee!ed presenting the will install th** to earn* on th< stat* off! La* issued a bulletin today predicting that the crest of the rise would reach Mercedes tomorrow and Brown* xiii* the following day. The bulletin showed a stage of 28 5 feet at Mission, .1 foot higher than in Die peak of the 1922 floor. N**xi Keened K\fleeted Indications were that higher stages would be reached at Brownsville and Mercedes than in 1922, despite the fact that much of th** high water was overflowing into the rivet bottoms of Mexico. Th** Cameron county engineer said I n<» trouble was anticipated and ibm* wa- nothing to Im* alarmed I about in tile county. I 'I’he engineer said the floor was ■ serious in the hilly country up 'river from Brownsville lint bemean •• of its expected short duration probably will not caus** much damage in the extreme lower J valley, whore it will spread over til* lowlands. \ survey todax showed that about 500 acres of farm land had I been inundated on the American bank Besides that, there was a vast ai a of lowland along the river front which was under water, It was not regarded as farming I land and no effort had been made | to protect it. In Me ion probably 50.000 acres !of farm land was under water. I psf ream In tile Del Rio area 'today additional heavy rains had j caused another rise In Devils river I land a number of large creeks I *1 raining into the Rio Grand**, j Devils 11\**r was up four feet. Del j Rio reported a rise of about two* feet in iii* Rio Grande from this j cause. Mon th em Pacific railway bridge crews continued their work of replacing the steel structure which wa washed out at th** crossing of Devils river, 12 miles west of Del Bit*, several days ago. No trains have passed over the line since last Thursday night. Such Action Approved conte to do the most j county government. | The statement of the state I board on personal valuations shows that mules and jacks not only outnumber horses hut are I considered more valuable. Horace Not Numerous I There are 1,826 horses listed injuries Sustained in Explosion at an average valuation of slight- j effort to    haw the    vote    of ly less than $24 for a total ot :    Aurist primary canvassed In By I. C. C. Price Shop Morning This A FST!N. Texas, Sept. 7. UP> Mrs. Miriam \. Ferguson, op-pa rent democratic nominee for governor of Texas, today sought help of th** supreme court in an t he and Con gI assman Keown receiv • *1 day afternoon ta iv of th** lilt Commission in ing that iii* given a special Tom a tel* from ‘estate 1). McBain T aestive secre-Co in rn ere® A n o’clock (IV**m ruesdnpK lliiilj) explosion about this 10:15 commission had ter mission authorizing establishment of a lucent rat*- for cotton shipped from Ada to Galveston, of feet iv* September 14. At th** req UC-1 first of Die Ada Chamber of Commerce and later Of A. D Stubblefield, manager of th** People    Compress    ll* re.    .Mc Keown nisi May took up with til** commission th** matter of adjusting rates for shipments from Ada. At    that    time the    rat* from Ada to Ga I vest rn was 7" emits while    from    Stonewall. about    I ■> miles    from    Ada out    with a vision line running between. rat** was 58 cents. ive a $185,310. Sheep and goats are assessed at an average of $1.50 each which, with 1.149 listed, gives $1,785 for th* ir valuation. Swine, numbering 2,506, are assess..,I at *14,110    .(heart na next Friday There are no airplanes Bated J ..................... from this county for 1932-33. j Capital employed in merchandising is the larg* st single item in the personal property j list, accounting for $506,535. Efforts to Revive Lendell man, 20 Months Old. of No Avail (I rom lnr«4aC<> Hilly) ; $43,725. j There are    2.817 mules    and j jacks, at an    average value    of ; more than $27 for a total e $76,415. Cattle in the number of 11,489 thorning wrecked the, are given which, at an average Wa uh inst on    slat- 'a('k, 1'"'1 “f, but dins    occupied valuation of    about *16. w.i, million BUU ,)y th<1 pri(V Ladies’ Reudy-to-1 totai 0f ; Wear shoji on Main street and re-j suited in Injuries to Claude D. ! Price. Price was rustled to the Breco ‘ hospital where, early this afterturn. the extent of his injuries; had not been determined. He was unable to talk coherently. Mrs. Price was hurled to the; floor. She had b«***n at work at a s« who. machine nearby, 'rite son. Jack Price, who was seated in the door at the back, was blown out into th** npt-n. These two escaped serious injury. Tie* first theory advanced was that gas accumulating from a leaky connection beneath the floor had been ignited. Tile floor Was -I ox od upw ard and th** walls of the building damaged by the force of the explosion. Th** blast wracked havoc in the back part of the building, al-•tluMigh a apa rentty the stock of clop it : in th* front part suffered much less. A blate glass window at the! front xvas shattered and the foil i extant of damage could not at] inst be ascertained.    j    the    close    of    the Fit. whifb wa«< found tinier Dea] reduced the chan;.’ th** floor at the spot where the explosion occurr* d was quickly extinguished. Brie** is said to have been painting th** exposed gas pipe when the ♦ * iJo-iOB befurred, He was found huddled unconscious on the floor bv t *•* first people to arrive after the blast. Vin.ie Sickle, 2,30 East Fourteenth. who was passing in front of the bufidin at th** time of the explosion, was painfully cut by fixing glass. the result declared according to stilt** election laws. Sh- filed an application for of I mandamus to compel \Y. (). Hug-1 tins. chairman, arid th** members! of the state democratic executive committee to tabulate th** returns I according to reports made to j them and recommend tin* candi-(Lit,* receiving th*' greatest mini ber of votes to the stilt** party j (convention as th* nominee. I Th** court ordered th* petition] ; for application s**t down for file executive committee meets at Lubbock next Monday and the convention will assemble on Tu**s~ i day. I James E. F* rguson, husband of the gubernatorial candidate I who, semiofficial returns show-led. d i- t he AGAINST JENNINGS A > gion program for year,’ According to Lu tiring commander, u Bl also tell th**' this meeting. th** tut ut* of gion. and wn.it can in the wax of critic! TI*** new of fir* rs Lend* I A. Loman. 20 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Loman. was drowned about 12:30 o’clock today In Du* wa-tv wa 1 *-r pool of the plant of th** Southern Ic** and Utilities company h**re. Aid of an officer is said to have been enlisted to search for th** child after it disappeared Dom home but it was the father who discovered the body. The child is believed to have (Fnmi Friday’*. I>i«it>> Preliminary hearing was held; this morning before C. S. D**ai,i justice of the peace, on charges against H. I). Jennings for first degree murder in connection with the death of Bill Brazil in ani automobile accident at the corner of Thirteenth and Townsend on the evening of August 13. hearing, to manslaughter in th** second degree arui set bond at $1,000 for appearance in district oourt. At the close of the preliminary hearing this morning of Clarence Yoakum, charged with first degree rape, Deal hound the defendant over to district court under bond of $3,000. had obtained a majority of I the votes ca-■( es between her and Gov. IL S. sterling, for the ’nomination, said the proceeding was to insure functioning of th* I party executive committee ar-|cording to law. “Thi- action was taken in view of th** public statement of the governor that he would he nominated at would he SIOUX CITY. la., sept. 7. UP* War!* too Plymouth county deputy sheriffs, armed with shot guns. pistols and clubs, were turned beck by a crowd of 5OO farm holiday strikers today w-heii til*' officers made an attempt to escort 2 2 truckloads of lix**Hto*'k through the picket lines at James, la., near here. The Ci*tth* truckers, from north western Iowa, assembled at the I Lemurs ti.ill park this morning. ami awk**! Sheriff Ralph Rippey jjrrnov-    to provide an escort through th*' j jdeket lines. j Rippey hastily assembled all I available men, swore them in as I deputies, armed them with firearms, pool cues, and baseball bats, and started for James. Tie deputies, in four trucks, preceded the caravan of 22 livestock trucks. When they reached James, they were halted bv the group of angry farmers, who had placed heavy timbers on th** high way. The farmers, members of the* National Farmers Holiday as or i a Don. se**|v higher produce prices by trying to keep produce from markets. Sheriff Rippey alighted from the first* truck and ordered his men to remove the harriers, at tin* same time threatening to I shoot any one who Interfered. I Disregarding the threat, th** ’strikers surrounded the deputies and forced them to climb into I their trucks. The strikers then turned th** • trucks around and ordered the (officers to return to Leman, No shots were fired, hut there were flit fights between strikers and deput ie>. As the trucks proceeded hack towards Lemurs, the strikers hurled stones, bricks and other missiles and several of th*' deputies, struck on Die head, fell to the floor of Die rear truck. It was thought that they were not seriously injured. After proceeding a short distant* . sheriff Rippey stopped his truck at the side of the road. climbed on toj* and, shouted to the farmers a request to refrain from violence ami open defiance of the law-. In reply, the strikers said they intended to remain peaceful as I long as no attempts were made to run th*- blockade. wilson said. SIOUX GITY. la., Sept. 7    <19 Sheriff IL E. Rippey of    I’ly- Lubbock    and    that he    niouth county mobilised about elected    governor,” Fer-    200 special deputies today    upon Vt—---- NOTHING AGAINST ) D Jo** who dd WHEAT EXPORTS SHOW DECLINE WASHINGTON, Sept. 7 GG Grain exports last week from tm Failed stat* s amounted to 933 -000 bushels against 1.291,000 bushel! Die previous week and 1.942.000 bushels during the corresponding week. of list year. Commerce department figures today gave the following comparisons between last week s exports and those of the we* k before: Wheat, 767,000 bushels against 752,000; barley, 70.000 against 533.000; corn, 26.000 against 1(19,000; oats. 70,000 against 97.0000. No exports of r>. reported for either week. re- j ] .<*on»*x*! attend * something shout th** American Le-1 be expected] rn, are; A if is* irider; Moi. Keith, VI re Gaither, fi-1 \ mutton a. \ ss sergeant I-cent taut, service that office is in Borith* national the pool, after crawling embankment, about 30 (til; Ii* Jones, post cr Crawford and Vt I commander*; Ran** I nance officer; Percy I historian; street Dux Jal .*rms Hat-**I Cons ] of fie* r, continuos in ; Jo** Rotter, adjutant, . land, Or** , attending convention ( Reports form delegates, who attended I ie Muskogee convention W ill a SO h« .liven Commander Dodds extends an ; invitation to all World war vet-i * *ans to attend this meeting. The membership roll miU be open aud th* 1933 membership drive w:B begin Tuesday night. a NXM I.IIVT U'FOIID \ I U FA WF \t Rio Grande City, about IOO; ming j miles upstream from Brownsville, j J ii w as reported that several hun * died refugees from ranches along I    En th*' Rio Grande below Rio Grande , nvor an Cliv were in need of relief    minutes, After recovery of the 4    body emer-encx treatment, inelud- ! ing us* of a lungtnotor. was given ;in a vain attempt to revive the I baby. ! The body is at the Criswell Funeral Horn** pending funeral arrangements. THEA5HRK SEEKS LOAN OF BILLION s STAIE DUENDE FOR T WASHINGTON, Sept. 7 CP» J, Kdgar Hoover, chief of the justice department’s bureau of investigation, said today a federal inquiry had disclosed no connection between the kidnaping of Charles Augustus Lindbergh, J ., and Garrett Sch**nck, Hopewell, N. J., fi-ii peddler. Sc he nek claimed he was held a prisoner in a mountain cabin near Johnstown, Pa., for 76 da..* bv a private investigator in til** reports that 1,00n farmers’ holiday adherents were massing at James with the expressed intention of preventing 22 trucks of livestock from reaching markets here. Th* deputies were arm**d with clubs and shot guns, and wi're sent to the place where Monday several hundred farmers, who seek higher agricultural prices by keeping produce from the markets, attacked drivers of 14 trucks and threw scrap Iron, clubs, timbers, and stones at the machines. Four drivers were hurt. One report Sheriff Rippey receive* I was that th** pickets had poured zasoline over the high** w-ay and planned to ignite it at the approach of the trucks. ALLEGED THtPlS BHING ARRESTS ID MUST TARE MEDICINE —un N» xv son. CHICAGO. Sept. 7 -NT—The pi** business has h*en good to were I George Kanopars. 72 I He was    j Meddling individual Canadian grains exported k*^t i pies when Policeman John Frye week from fatted States port* j ask**d him about his license, amounted to 441,000 bushels “| can’t afford to waste money against 187,OOO the previous | on licenses,” he said, so the w* ek, while exports of North policeman searched him to see American wheat flour were Si,-.just how poor he was. 000 barrels against 6 4.O00 bar- In a pocket of his trousers rats.    I    there*    was    $7,516. (IV'W W^ln»*4u’» IMH* 1 Roy Manger, charged with tarot an automobile belonging j to Charley Stewart, was arraun-* <i in justice court of C. S. Deal Tuesday. He pleaded not guilty.! bond was set at I lyon and pre-    - Bm I nary hearing set    for    5atur-,    U\>*U Texas. Sept. ». day,    I    Gov.    Arthur Seligman of The car    was stolen    Saturdav1 Mexico -aid here today his ‘hight, August 27. here. Hunger j0ti*. wh0 wa<i indict*-*! > ster-was arrested Tuesday and re- d^y bx a federal grand jury in the following Tuesday, and re- j connection with an alleged short-turned to Ada by Sheriff L. K. ag** of $72,694 in accounts of e Franklin.    I    First    National bank of .'n*nu* Y -. J Charlie IMlb*ck and Jack An- will have “to take his medicine.” I derson, charged with burglary in j “I don t plan to help him n the second degree for alleged any way.” said Governor SeBg* theft of a portable phonograph, man. “I wouldn’t h»Ip him ary I would the other bank employes who for DI I beck was set at $2.50O were indicted with him.'’ and for Anderson at ll,OOO.    j Of the shortage, $25,941 was - a---—    t    reported    by an auditing comm 1;- Hnw \ixkS%ar*l!    t„e    jn    the accounts of Otis OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 7—UP Seligman. This sum was made Rome what astonished, but never-    j,%    the governor, tideless dutiful, a fire department] Governor Seligman is presid* .M WASHINGTON, Sept. 6 In it- lar-e-t financing operation of th** current fiscal year, the treasury off* red for sale today $1,150,000,000 of federal securities. A five-year not*1 issue for OKLAHOMA CITY, S“pt. I ijndh* ;gh case, befor*- Johnstown) Jarne" is a little town Just over Revenue from sources otlie'r j pollee* effected his releas**.    | the Woodbury-Plymouth county mn ad valorem fax amount ii *wv are withdrawing from the] line, not far from Sioux Cit/, jto $ 1.828,9(111 during \ugun? aa Schenck case berain*- our agents Yesterday Sheriff Rippey and his i;p>_ (compared w ith $1,552,683 during ),aVe found no f* d- ral law vt-1 men escorted a fl**et of trucks July. the tax commission report- j ohued, either by Schenck or by through this latest trouble zone »*d today.    those accused of kidnaping him,*'] la the strike sponsor*d by the August gasoline tax collections Hoover said.    [farmers holiday association with- totaled $854,34 5; corporation Is- _ *    -    tout trouble. ceils* $407,991; gross product- | | TTT I T nrmiPTIflRI    , MierBf Rippey was apprehen- ion $435.S4$; inheritanee $5.5,52. $750,000,000, dated September delinquent income $13,879; in-15 and paving Si per cent inter- come fax under th** 1931 law. est compris e the chief portion of i*5“.99x; motor vehicle licence the n w securities. The remaining $61,440; motor carrier $14,723: $4UG.one,OOO is in ll per cent anfi -ame and fish f♦■*•«. $5,702. certificates of indebtedness, also    * dated Sept* rn her 15, and matur- I TUCKS Parked ing in one year. The money is needed to retire' $712,504,500 of treasury certifi-j cates maturing Sept-mher 15, and to meet $50,000,000 in in-] terest payments on the public I . debt falling due the same date.' What is left will go for current LITTLE REDUCTION IN STATE WARRANTS HID *7.3111 were arraigned before Deal Tues-! more than day and pleaded not guilty. Bond * nine former operating expanses, including the reconstruction corporation’s cash requirements. The treasury now faces a deficit of $490,000,000. but a material reduction in this figure is expected upon rec* ipt of the third quarter’s Income tax payments September lo. Tevai* Senate Favor* IP mils squad w. nt to the rescue today of a woman in a bathtub. She had fainted because the water was too hot, and was quickly revived. of the cashier bank. His son was th AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 7.—DP* The Texas note voted. 20 to ft, today to nr ntorializ* congress to Greatest results for the amount provide for the payment of the invested—News Classified Ads. soldiers’ bonus. In Alleys Must Not Block Way Parking of trucks in alleys th** business section in such imanner as to. block or hind* r traffic through the alleys ha8 brought complaints to the police department. Chief Joe* N*«l says. Some of th**»**. h** says, harsheen left for hours by the drivers. stopped with apparently no thought that others might want to drive through in the meantime. .Seal mentions threat of giving tickets, which will be redeemed by the city on payment of a suitable fine, if the nuisance continues. sive of a clash between pickets and drivers. With the exception or this highway, Number 75, ail other roads I ret o Sioux City were clear of sinkers. Previously Rippey had warned 557-75vat)’*- wa’r'raniiTnf ’th«5 ‘b* >;"»'<*/ work*™ that any at- tempts at violence would result In wholesale arrests. Meanwhile plans were going forward for a governors’ conference here tomorrow. Sept, Greatest results Tor toe amount infested—News Classified Ads. OK LA HOMA, CITY UY stat** outstanding August SI totaled $10,777,218.11, Frank C. Carter, state auditor, reported today. Whi a warrant call for $1.-158,000 has been mad** for Sep* I t* mb* r 14. other warrants being ] issued will about maintain th*' August 31 total, he predicted. While the warrants are on account- in which tax collections have be* n slow, th** state’s actual deficit is still about $9,000,00**, Scott Stine, assistant state auditor, estimated. London—The size of peas caused a crisis in the pea-shelinig profession, sixty of seventy shellers in Convent Garden market went on strike because, they said, peas are much ^malled this year, and it therefore takes th rn much longer to earn their tuppence per quart. BUSBY GEIS SOME GASES OFF DOCKET District Judge Orel Bushy this morning disposed of a number of civil matters brought up in a motion ond demurrer docket. The**** ranged from foreclosure suits to derision on divorce applications, and a number of casas were cleared from the docket. In one of the divorce suits. Bushy granted the divorce on evidence of a mother whose son is in the navy in Honolulu and his wife in Buffalo, N# Y. ;

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Publication: Ada Weekly News

Location: Ada, Oklahoma

Issue Date: September 8, 1932

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