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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII EXPECTED ADA. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1932 NUMBER 24 I CDNTUCTS LET HOW "HUMAN BULLET" SPED COAST TO COAST IN 10 HOURS to of OKLAHOMA CITY. Sept fnr In Caddii; 'and Itoger Mills county road pro-1 'JoctH were announced today by (state hlehway department, colnol-' I dent with advertisement for bids Two Breaks in Levee Reported; Cily Schools Already Ahead of Isopt. on debt projects In '.Harper and Jackson counties. I Contracts let today follow: j Caddii county: Five miles erad- j jlne and drainage stale highway 51, between Apache and Cyril, S. Cray. Muskoeoo, :'..H inlleB eradlne and drainage, same' piojert. Huinphr.-VH and Thomson, Ada. three bridges. Led-j 'ford and Mny. Wallers. i linger Mills county: H.2 mll'-s j jeradlne and drainage, state high-1 .way Humphreys and Thomson.! Ada, MX bridges, same! I project. L. M. Mackey, Oklahoma week'City. i.. I miles eradlne i land drainage In piolnneallon of; I hlehway. Kadane Const. Co.. Fred-i i-ilek. one brldee. K. I Flke and Son. Kulsa. JS.2H7: 4.7 grading and drainage, name hlehway. Kadane. five brldees. L. M. Mackey. Olialhoma City, M9.090. Figures for Same Time Year MANY ENTER Aitit-nmcnt of of City Announced Hidalso May Be Cut Off By High Water MKICOTlRD HIT Brownsville Crest i Flood Friday; Rains Continue enrollment In the city of Ada threatens to surpass Hint of last year, as students continue In coin.- In during the first of Hie fall term. It.-porls of principals at the end of the school day showed 2.4S7 pupils enrolled In the five ward schools, Junior and senior hleh schools. A year ago, on Sepl.-mb'-r IS. the tolnl was which Is on- ly more than that nf last lileht, with n week and a half yet to pass In-fore the name dale IK reached this your. Ijit'-r In thn fall many and girls who are now and will for sniiie time be picking cotton will come In for part (he year's work to push enrollment fir. n res Mil! higher. enrollment through Tuesday. by schools, was IIH follows: high Nchool junior bleb "SHI. Washington 375, Hays Iltl'l. Wll- lard 210. Clonwooil 2P.7. Irving] Assignment nf for tin- term which began this week in the city HohoolH Is IIH follows: Ailii High School II. It. Sliibbs, Principal. j Fred H. Lam-. Com. and Keg-1 Islrar. (iny II. Dlckerson, Coac.h and j History. Steady Progress Macl crest of the Illo C.rnn- tie Hood surged past Hldalen to- day. Inundating a vast area In the Jowlands and breaking levees I along Its banks. Illeh water was pourine I through scores of breaks on thej 1 Mexican side of the river and j.MWlrllng across the thousands of acres of land. As the water liuek- up against the banks of the 'lloodways In Hldalen county, there, were two brinks, one south of Mis- sion and one south of McAllen. The Mission break was about SO feet wide. Army aviators who re-1 turned to Ilrownville after a stir-! vey said they did not think It 1 could he stopped. There was some chance of Illllne the gap near Me- Allen. Estimate Valuation Total Will Be 000 Less Than Lnst Year SPPEftL OF WEHTZ OKLAHOMA CITY. Sept. supremo court today bad under consideration one of the state's major political Lew Wenti. millionaire oil man. or Miss Maude Thomas of Heaver. Is legal republican highway commis- sioner. After hearing four hours of spirited debate yesterday tin court allowed attorneys for Wentr ten days In which to An opinion Is not expocl- nodu'ctlon of almost 000 In the assessed valuation of I 1'ontntoc couuty for the year Is forecast here follow-' Ing .-ecelpt of the statement of' assessment on personal and ro.il j estate received this morning from briefs. tho state board of oiiuallzatlon: oil for several weeks. by Charley W. 'Floyd. Miss Thomas, former pan- Assessoii valuations for I'nnto- handle newspaper woman, was toe county this year for real es-1 named commissioner by (Jnvormir tale total which, wltii I Murray after he ordered removal for personal property, makes a total without public sor- Vlce prope-tlos of A 20 per cent cut In valuation of public service total for last year would set the total for this year at about which with tho real and personal prop- erty total given above would give Pontotoc county a total valuation of a little more than 000. Lnsl Year Last year the personal prop- In the county was assessed REPEL SHERIFF DEPUTIES Attempt to of Livestock Through Picket Lines of XVentz last April 1. who contendn only the courls may oust him, appealed from a district court order which held he was entitled to the office hut did not direct re- moval oC Miss Thomas. While attorneys for Miss Thomas contended the only _' I at Her On S. M. -IB South and on S. M. I 2 GrudiiiK Churchill Thomas, partni.-nl. l.ulu JoluiMon, Foreign. Muslr and Chorus. Moss WlmhlAh. F.ngllsh Annie C. llyid. History h.-pt. Mary While, Math. llopl. Harold Strohin, .Manual Arts. W. llurgoss si.....I. Mulli. Depl. lima II. I'leeiiian. Speech I'lliol Itryan. llmiiii F.oonomles. Viola CollliiH. AHH'I. Ciiinnii'i- i-lal. II. It. Wiillon. AKH'I. Si'li'lici Harold Alli-n. AHH'I. Scli-i...... (.oillxi- .Mi-adi-IH, lin'7. N.-al Itlchtnonil, Journal mid dpal l.lltli-, Ass't. Puri-lcti l.au- Pavlne on Highway 1 '.t by the Hyde Construction company of Klllil has almost readied Ihe end of the contracted project, evil-inl- ine miles beyond the former end of pavement on the highway from Ada to Stonewall, according to division highway lieadiiuarterH here. This project, when finished, will result In a paved surface from Ada line JMM east of COTTON RftTE TO McKeown Notified Request for Injuries Sustained in Explosion Palsli- Hollo llrltt, Ass't. F.n lUh. Mrs, Wick Adalr. Librarian, .tiinlor High SchiMil H. M. man, Principal. llrnlro ll-miltm, lloniiau Hamilton. Lewis C. Thomas, Fin- is Morrison. Herbert H. Heck. Cone Ford, I'mma H. (Jrcng, Pearl Opal I..... De.-n. Her- nice llaixis. Llkle Wanton, Knld llolloway. Viola 1'iay, lloinloe Jolinsoii. Van Katun. Srliool It. It. Wallace, Principal. Mrs. P.irrle Itrllt, Ola Soawell, Mrs. Lottie It. Kobe..-. Mania Lois linihain. C.racii Payne. Mae lleut- to Hie county Stonewall. Pavlne has boon poured by the Hyde crews at a rapid rale, niov-; ling alone the formerly graveled i surface at a pace which means thai before many weeks the hleh- I way can lie thrown open to traflle. I once the concrete paving has had' I linn- for "eurliie." i i The hi Idee on Highway 1 L' on I eradiiie and drainage project I oast from Adii toward Allen Is re-i ported to have been finished. The piojecl Includes I.I'.ST miles of eradlne. alone a route which will eliminate the winding curves of the old route, thereby reducing the distance and culling down on the time rci'llllcd to go from Ada to Allen. Such Action Approved By I. C. C. In This Jlmmle of SI. LnuK the "bun route he followed In dashing across the Fnlted States at an aver- age speed of 21." miles an hour to s.-l a new transcontinental speed record and win the lloiidix derby, staged In connection with the National Air ISaces at Cleveland. time from Los Angeles .to New York was 10 hours and 20 minutes, or 5r. minutes less than Water was backing up around j record set last year by Jlmmle Doolittle. In order to make Hldaleo and It appeared the com-' figures comparable, all time expressed In the map Is eastern iniinlty would lie Isolated. Hldal- standard. eo was Ihe only town on the Am-._____________.--------------_----------------------------------------------------- erlcan side of the river which had I.....n flooded. On the Mexican Bide, the situ- ation was much worse. Ueynosa was almost surrounded by bleb water. Madelro and San Manuel wore partially under wat- er. Others had water a fool or two deep In them. The llrownsville weather bureau Issued a bulletin today predicting that the crest" of Ihe rise would reach Mercedes tomorrow and llrownsville the following day. The bulletin showed a stage of Congressman 2S.." feet at Mission. .1 foot higher Keown received than In the peak of the 1922 lloor. day afternoon Nen Iteooril Hxpeoteil 'lary of the Inl Indications were that higher Commission In stages would hi! reached at ing that the llrownsvllle and Mercedes than In despite the fact that much of the high water was overllowliie Into Hie rlvei of Tin- Cameron county engineer said no trouble was anticipated and there was nothing to he alarmed about In the county. The engineer said the lloor was serious In the hilly country up rher from llrownsville but be- cause of Its expected short dur- ation probably will not cause 'cal estate af j public service prop- I ertles at for a grau.l total of Tho decided reduction In as- Hesfd valuation will mean u heavy loss in income to the coun- ty tor governmental functions, and the excise board now Is en- gaged in working out a means of distributing the decreased lu- come to do the must work iu j count t- government. The statement of the state I board on personal valuations shows that mules and jacks not Shop Morning only outnumber horses but considered more valuable, llorsoH Not NnnioniiiM are tlou Involved In the appeal was Hint of possisslon of the office, counsel for Wentz declared th" supreme court should decide Hie validity of the Governor's ouster order and Issue an order S.-IIHIV- Ing Miss Thomas. Inclefinitely Postponed Reso- lution Tor Investigation Of Election Al'STIN. Texas, Sept. Mrs. Miriam A. Fereiisou. ap- parent democratic nominee for governor of Texas, today untight There are hors-s listed i help of the supremi at an average valuation of sll for a total of and Tom Mo- il telegram Tues- flolll the sccro- Commerce Washington i-tal- commlsslon had given a spi-clrtl permission auth- orising establishment of a ill- cent rat-' for cotton shipped Mexico, .sda to Calveston, effective September l At the first of the Ada Chamber of Commerce and later of A. Stiihhlefleld. manager of Die People Compress here, Mc- Kenwn last May look up with the commission th Justing rail's for shipments from (IViiui explosion about An o'clock this morning wrecked th.! hack end of the building occupied by the Price Ladles' Hi.-ady-to- Wear shop on .Main street and re- ly less than i There are mules I Jacks, at an average value more than for a total Cattle In the number of are given which, at an average valuation of about Klve. a total of Sheep and gnats are assessed court III all hi- effort to have the vote of the August primary canvassed and tin- result declared according to state election laws. Sin filed an application for mandamus to compel W. O. Hug-; gins, chairman, and the members state democratic executive SEVERAUNJUREO Striken Block Road and Stones and Clubs Freely SIOFX CITY, la., Sept.. Nearly 100 Plymouth county dop- uly sheriffs, armed with shot- guns, pistols mid clubs, wero turned Imck by a crowd of 500 farm holiday strikers today when the officers made all attempt in escort 22 truckloads of livestock through the picket linen at James, la., near here. The cuttle truckers, from north western Iowa, assembled at the Lemars park this morning, and a-kod Sheriff Itulph Hlppoy to provide an escort through the picket Hues. Itlppoy hastily nssemblcd all available men, swore them In us deputies, armed them with flro- arins, pool cues, and baseball hats, and started for James. The deputies, III four trucks, preceded Ihe caravan of 22 live- stock trucks. When they reached Jiimos, they were halted by the group of angry farmers, who had placed heavy limbers nil Ihe high way. The farmers, members of National Farmers Holiday association, seek higher produce prices by trying to keep pro- duce from markets. Sheriff P.lppoy alighted from Hie flrsf truck and ordered Ills men tn. remove the harriers, at Hie same time Ihroutolilng In shoot any one who Interfered, lilsregarding Hie threat. strikers silt rounded the deputies and forced them tn climb Into their trucks. The strikers then turned trucks around and ordered tin- No .officers to return to Lemnrs. according to reports made ,lllt t them and recommend the f( strikers ami _ i date receiving the greatest ntllil- ult.d In Injuries to Claude D. j at average of each j In the stale parly (convention as the nominee. The court ordered the petition for application set down for next Friday, listen! committee liieetH at Lubbock next Monday and Ibu nrl! I which, with 1.149 listed. Price was rusned to the Ilroco ,or hospital whore, early this after-, swine, numbering noon. Ihe extent of his Injuries at jn.no. There are no airplanes I from this county for 1 Capital employed In merch- slngle was Sriiool Jessie llaglev. Principal. Itolui Holt, Ora I'anst, Aim C.eorge. Howett Aldrldgo. Velma Loo Crimes, Katli- leeli (Irani. Washington Sriiool A. Floyd, Principal. Murtln W. Landers. Opal dual- Is. Lucille Smith. Corlmw Klco Slogall. Jewell Little. Luverne Warren. F.iinlco Johnson. Lucille McCIeary. Mallle Lou nixoii, Noll Kearns Shit.-r. (ileiiMiMHl School C. W. White. Principal. Louise Owen. I'mma Ilnyl'V. Nlcey Stokes. Lena llethell, ('.one Scales, Mildred Jeter. Jessie Flu- ley. Irving .si'liiHil Mrs. llonnle Alloti. Principal. Hubert L. Williamson, Klnls Or-'on. Nellie llonderson. Kdlth Fuller. Minnie Iluller. Mrs. Wayne Wadllnglon. Halllos Join-. Klild. Kvrlyn Jlogors. Hurls Peg months of hard labor and when completed will have reduced Ihe distance from Ada to Tlsliomlngo to 4 miles. The highway trading Is com- pleted past Franks and eood pro- eross Is helm: made In the rock cut being due out through the oast end of a mountain southeast of Franks. ('omlne from Tlsliomlngo north- ward on Highway IK, the division i headquarters reports, seven miles i have I.....u completely eraded and drained and work on eight more miles Is SO per cent complete. LEGION POST TO INSTfllL m it will spread over rule 7'J 1 while r.alveston wa from Sinn-wall, about from Ada nut with a miming between. ,vas rents. Howard post of the Legion will hegln Its next Tuesday when Joe l.oollov of representing the staf will Install the offl- to carry on the I.e- for the coming the lowlands. A survey today showed that about 500 acres of farm land bad been Inundated on the American bank. Besides that, there was a vast area of lowland along the river front which was under water. It was not regarded as farming laud and no effort had boon made to protect It. In Melon probably 50.000 acres j of farm land was under water. i Fpstreniu In the Del Itio area I today additional heavy rains had caused another rise In Devils river, and a number of large creeks i draining Into the lilo Crande. j was up four feet. Del j Itlo reported a rise of about two'j In the Kin Cranile from this) I Londoil A. l.omati, 20 months iithern Pacific railway bridge'old son of Mr. and Vlr-il crews continued their work of re- Loman. was drowned about placing the steel structure which I "'clock today In the waste water was washed out at the crossing of I pool of the plant of the Southern nlgjii.! Devils river. 12 miles west of Del j and I'lilltles company here. Hlo. several days ago. No trains I -Ul1 of "Hirer Is said to have have pasM-d over the line since I'....." enlisted to search for the last Thursday night. j child after it disappeared At Kin City, about 100 miles upstream from llrownsville. It was reported that several bun l died rofuceon from ranches aloiii; j had not been determined. Hi unable to talk coherently. Mrs. Price was hurled to the floor. She had been at work at a sewing machine nearby. The son. matter of ad- Jack Price, who was seated in the dour at the back, was blown out Into the open. These two escaped serious Injury. The first theory advanced was that gas accumulating from a l-'aky connection beneath the floor had been Ignited. The floor was shoved upward and the walls of the building damaged by the force of the explOHlnu. The blast wrecked havoc In the hack part of the though apparently amlislng Is the Hem In the personal property list, accounting for from cents K> ill- irr-.ni Pr Unlit) Preliminary h-arlng was hold this morning before C. S. Deal, building, al-1 Justice of the peace, on charges the stock of I against IL Jennings for first 1 Efforts to Revive Lenclpll man. 20 Months Old. of No Avail clothing In tin- front part suffered j degree murder In cnnnectlnn with much lens. i ihe death of Illll Brazil In an A plat.- glass window at the j automobile accident at the cor- front was shattered and the full I Thirteenth and TowiiHotid extent of damage could not at] on the evening of August lit. convention will assemble nn Tues- day. Jatui-H K. Ferguson, husband of the gubernatorial candidate who. semi-official returns show- ed, bad obtained a majority of the voles oast us between her and It. S. sterling, for the nomination, said the proceeding was to Insure funclloiilng of tin.- party executive committee ac- cording to law. "This action was taken In view of Ihe public statement of the governor that he would he nomi- nated at l.nhhock and that he would 'be elected governor." Fer- guson said. As the Irucks proceeded hack towards the slrlkers hurled stones, bricks mid other missiles mill several of the dep- uties, si ruck on the head, tell to the floor of the reiir truck. It was thought thai they were not seriously Injured. After proceeding a idmrl dis- tance, sheriff Illppey slopped bis truck at the side of III" mail.' climbed on lop mid, shouted to the farmers a reiinest to refrain from violence and open defiance of the law. In reply, the strikers wilil they Intended to remain peaceful long as no -attempts were made to run the blockade. st he ascertained. Fin- which found floor at the spot wh ni-ciirri-d was Is said to have Norman American new year Sept. Wewoka. department, cers elected glou program year. According to podds, tiring commander. Joe Loon.-y j the Itlo Grande below Kio Crandr will al-o tell lluisi- who iitlend I City were In need of relief. Iiltll from r w1'" lEiT EXPOHT5 WASHINGTON. Sept. drain exports last week from the Fnlted Stales iimounted In 1IS.1-- 000 bushels ugalnst 1.201.000 bushels HIP previous week and bushels during the cor- roKiiondlng week of last yenr. Commerce depnrlnionl today Five following com pa r- Isnns between last week's evpnrtt- ntul thone nf week before: Wheat, 767.000 bushels against 752.000; barley. 70.000 acnlnul 333.000; corn. Sfi.OOO against lOU.OoO; oats. 70.000 against No exports of rye were reported fur either week. Canadian Rrnlns exported last week from United Stnte-ii ports amounted to 441.000 bushels analnst 1S7.000 the previous week, while of North American wheat flour were 58.- 000 barrels 84.000 bar- rels. ilhls meeting, com. 'thing about, (the future of Ihe Alwrlouti Le-! glon. and what can he expected tin ihe way of criticism. i The new officers are: Alvls post commander: Vol Crawfonl and Wjll. Keith, vice commanders: (ialther. fl-l nance officer; Percy Armstrong, historian; Street Davis, sergeant at arms. HuroM Constant, sen Ice officer, continues In that office. Joe" IJoper. adjutant. Is In Port- land. Ore., atlcndini; (lie national convention. I'eports form delegates, who a'.tonded the Miiskogre conven- tion will also be PndiN extends an Invitation to all World war vet- erans to attend this mooting. The membership roll will be open and the membership drive will begin Tuesday nlghl. .UECEiTlfTS" HESTS lint it was Hi. discovered the body. The child Is believed to have been In the pool, after crawliir: over an embankment, about minutes. After recovery of the body emer-ency treatment. Includ- ing "use of a Itiligmntor. was given In a vain attempt to revive the baby. The body Is at the Crlswell Funeral Home pending funeral arrangements. Pric Ing Hi- exposed pipe when th explosion occurred. He was found hu. Idled micoirscinus on th by the first people in arrive after the blast. i Virgle Pickle. Kast Four- teenth. who was passing In front of the building nt tin- time nf the. explosion, was painfully cut by flying glass. At the close of the hearing, under j reduced the charge to inan- slaughter In tin- second degree liiickly j ap- I pearance In district court. 1.....npnltii-! Al of prelimin- ary hearing thla morning of j Clarence Ynnkiihi, charged with first degree rape. Heal bound th'- defendant over to district court under bond of JII.OOO. LIlBrM SUSPEGT w_____________, IVH'MI.VT AI'Fdltn A good to CHICAGO. Sepl. 7.- ple business been Kauopars, 72 He was peddling Individual pies when Policeman John Frye asked him about bis license. "I can't afford to waste money on licenses." be said, so the policeman searched him to see Just how poor he was. In a pocket of, his trousers (from liny Miiuser, charged with lar- ceny of an automobile belonging to Charley Stewart, was arraign- ed In justice court of C. S. Deal Tuesday. Ho pleaded not guilty, bond was set at and pre- liminary hearing sot for Satur- day. Thn car was Ktolen Saturday lilgbl, August 27. here. Munger was arrested Tuesday and re- the following Tuesday, and re- turned to Ada by Sheriff L. K. Franklin. Charlie Dllbfck and Jack An- derson, charged with burglary In tho second desree for alleged theft of a portable phonograph. were arraigned before Deal Tues- day and pleadt-d not guilty. Bond TilEflSIl SEEKS OF STflTFKIElI T OKLAHOMA CITY. SIOFX CITY. la.. Sept. It. E. lllppey nf Ply- mouth county mobilized about 200 special deputies today upon reports that farmers' hol- iday adherents wero massing at James with the expressed Inten- tion of preventing 22 trucks of livestock from reachltiR marlculH here. Tin- deputies wen- armed with clubs and shot guns, and wore _______ Hi-nl tn i lie place where Monday Sept. hundred farmers, who J Kdgar Hoover, chief of tint seek higher ugrlnullurni prices Justice department's bureau of In- j by keeplnc from tho vestlgation. said today a federal markets, attacked drivers nf 14 Inquiry bad disclosed no connect-' trucks and throw scrap Iron. Ion b-tween the kidnaping of'clubs. Umbers, and stones at III" Charles Augustus Lindbergh. J-.. nmcblnes. Four -werit and Carrett Sehunck. llopewoll. hurt. N. J.. fish peddler. One report Sheriff Klppey ro- Schonck claimed be was held nlcelved wan Hint the had prisoner In n mountain cabin poured gasoline over tho hlch- near Johnstown. Pa., for 70 days way and planned to iKnltn It nt by a private Invi.-Ftlgalor In tho.tlio approach of the Lindbergh case for and Dllbeck was net for Anderson -t> SMS MOST TIKE KL PASO. Texas. Sept. (lov. Arthur S.-llgman of New- Mexico Mild li'-re today bis son. Otis, who was Indicted yester- day by a federal grand Jury In connection with an alleged short- age of In accounts of First National hank of Siinln F--. will have "to take his medicine." "I don't plan to help him ;n any way." said Governor man. "I wouldn't h'lp him any, requlrpmenti.' more than I would the other; nine former bank employes wiiol WASHINGTON, Sept. III Its largest financing operation of the current fiscal year, the tnasur.- offered for sale today i federal secur- i Itios. j A five-year note Issue for dated September '15. and paying Hi per cent Inter- on comprls-s the chief portion of the n--w .-ocu'rltlos. The remaining J inn.000.000 Is in U per cent certificates of Indebtedness. dated Sopt-mlxT 15. and matur- ing In one year. The money is needed to retire of treasury certlfl- cales malurlcg- September 1 and to moot In In- terest payments on the public debt falling due the game date. What loft will go for current operating expanses. Including tho reconstruction cash at wero How OKLAIIOAIA CITV. Sept. Somewhat astonished, but never- theless dutiful, a tiro department squad wont to rescue today of a woman In a bathtub. She had fainted because the water was too hot, and was quick- ly revived. Indicted with the shortage. him." treaimrj. now faces a de- but a ma- In this figure Is was expected upon rrc-lpt of the Of the shortage. was expected upon rrc-lpt of th reported-by an auditing commit- quarter's Income tax pay tee.to be In Hie accounts of Otis' mcnta scptembflr 15. Sollgman. This sum was made gixMl by the covj-rnor. Rovernor Sollsman Is Texnn Itnniw of the bank. His son was cashier. AUSTIN. Texas. Sept. 7.   The Texas scnnlf voted. 20 to 6. _______ 'today to memorialize to Greatest results for tho amount 'provide for the payment of .the Invested News Classified soldiers' bonus. from sources other effected thiui ad valorem tax amount "I to during August as compared with din-In--; July, the tux commission report- ed today. August gasoline tax totaled corporation li- cense gross product- ion Inheritance delinquent Income In- come tax under 1921 law. motor vehicle license motor carrier and gum.- and fish fees; Trucks Parked In Alleys Must Not Block Way Parkins of trucks In alleys of tin- tjiisliieso section In such manner ns to. block or hlnd-r traffic through the alleys has drought complaints to the polio; lepartment. Chief Joe Neul says, Some of tln-sie, he says, have been left for hours by the driv- ers, mopped with apparently no thought that others mlshl want to drive through In the mean- time. Neal mentions threat of glvlns tickets, which will he red-H-mod by the city on payment of a sult- able fine. Unties. If the nuisance con- Greatest resuKs tor taa amount News Classified Adi. before Johnstown his release. are withdrawing from the. Schenck because our iave found no federal law vl- ilated. either by Schenck or by hose accused of kidnaping IOOVIT said. LITTLE !K SM1I1NT5 OKLAHOMA. CITV. Sept. warnints of Hut state outstanding August 21 IG- tated 10.777.21H.il. Frank C. Carter, state auditor, reported today. While a warrant call for. 15S.OIIO bus been made for Sep- tember 14, other warrants lo-mx Issued will about maintain the August 31 total, he predicted. While warrants are on uc- counts In which tax collections have been slow, the state's actual deficit Is still about Scott Stlne. assistant slate audi- tor, estimated. f size of caus- ed n crisis In pea-sbnllnl" profession. Slity of seventy i-hel- In Convent Oardo.n went on slrlk.; because, they said, peas are much smalled year, and It therefore tak'M.thpm much longer to their tup- pence per quart. James Is a little town Just orpr the Woodbury-Plymoutli county line, not fnr from Slonx City. Yesterday Sheriff Hlppey and his men escorted a fleet of trucks through this latest troublu zonn In the strlki! sponsored by farmers holMay asHnclatlon with- out trouble. Sheriff Ulpppy was apprehnn- slvi) nf u clash between plckeln und drivers. With tho excnptlon of this highway, Numlipr 75. all (other roads lino Sioux City were clear of strikers. Previously Klppey had warned this holiday workers that any at- tempts at violence would result in wholi-faln Meanwhile worn golnn forward for a KovernonT confer- ence hero tomorrow. BUSBY GETS'SOME GASFIDJF DOCKET District Judge Orel morning disposed of a number or civil brought up In u motion ond demurrer docket. rancpd from forccloiuro, suits to decision on divorce ap- pllcntlnns. and a number of were cleared from thn docket. In one of the dlvorcff- Ilushy Krantnd the divorce on evidence of a mother ion Is In the navy In Honolulu nnu his wife In Buffalo. N. Y.   

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