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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1932 NUMBER 29 Killed In Crash Collision With Truck Death to Yountj Ada Business Man ON WHY TOTOOTBALL GAME Companions, Chas. Bainbridgc! And "Speck" j Suffer Injuries Shirley asr-lstant liiiiliaL'-T of (he S. A- IJ. clothing r.tor" here, died at Kemlnole early !'rlilnv iilu-hi ithortlv ofler an linloniolille lie WIIH driving col- lided with a truck on Illtthway four miles west of and I wo cnmpanloiix. Charlt-s Malnbrldue, manager of Ibe More, and "Sped." Bookkeeper for the MiiKMi-y llnlck compaiiy, were on their wi.y to Slniwiiee for the nlulit football Came he) ween I'.asl Cent nil and Oklahoma llapllM university. A fraclored sliilll and other InlorleH (iroved fatal to Creeii- InirK. Maloliildije miffeii-d an In- Juri'd knee and hrolHi's and Hpnilin. Yonim lost one flnuer of bis left hand and was cut Olid In lll-eil. Si-lurday niornln- related of the Irauedy as (old to him by rwo men won took him In emer- gency liealinenl. The situation, as descrll" d to It.ilnbrldne. resulted from on 'i'i ll'llill rnlllliliuilli.il of dicniu- Hlanceii which nnnle s....... kind of Owner of Torpedo Company Blown to Pieces When Magazine Explodes CITYlHlEN UP Not Known if Dead Man Was Accompanied by Others on Fatal Drive Old Days of West Are Re-Enacted STATE COTTON Agriculture 'n Yield liclow Bales SAPFI.PA. Oct. I- llond. owrer of the liond Torpedo] I was blown to bits today In an explosion at his nllrnglycer- iln magazine nix miles west of 'here. It was thought likely one or two helpers were killed but soon after Hie blast Investigators had been unable lo determine whether Ilond was alone when Hie explos- ion occurred. Places' -Mrs. llonds. the widow and 'only survivor of the family, Identl- I. PUT HURLEY War Secretary in Strong De- fense of Republican Ad- ministration. Indicntcs Forty Per Cent Crop Gathered Prior to October I WINS VICTORY IT FIGHT ELOIjUENT SPEAKER Says Democrats Sure They Arc Always but Seldom President. city of Tombston was once wild. wlckcd'and woolly turned had; the clock years when It celebrated ,lt founding with'a rousing "Helldorado" In which citizens donned fled parts of her husband's body, the Kart, of the ISKO's and showed what life In the raw was like. She said be Just bad time to reach l Here's the Interior of the old Crystal Palace saloon as It appeared Hie plant after he left homo when i in the days when were used by others besld the blast was heard. It was not ;lnd likker was fit lor a man to drink. Immediately known whether liond -was fnii-ca.sl today by the slii board ol agriculture. The prediction was based on per cell! i-om Tin- production last year bales and the ten iivrrage was bales. Coiiillllon of tin- ctop October windows Indicated a yield of 117 pounds wen- broken. ITS Board Signs'City Budget Parts of the hodv, pieces of I _ _ mi r XT Lower Than for Last Year Reduction in Assessed Valuation Results in Higher Levy Rate To Produce Amount Required For Smaller Budget For Mond's automobile and other de- bris wen- found a mile away from the plant, located near the country jtolf course. I'ersrms on the outskirts of Sapillpn were knock- ed the ground by the Impact In the city crush Inevitable. I'ill- I'llll.elt III A Ford coiipi- paiiii of the paling will! iM-'-iipantH worked on o c; Ciecnhurg. approaching this fiiced ii touring car and a Iriick. niinlng south and n-pnrl- cil minium rapidly. slowed down while but a car coming from In bind him. apparently mining I'l'i r.ii'ldly I" be -Hopped nwl unable lo i.wlng aronnil (ireen- b'lrg on eiilier side because of Hie truck anil Ihe parked car. tried slop but humped Uiei.-u- Imrg's iHilomobllc, either knock- It Into the truck or causing him lo lose control momentarily. The 11 nek was (nerl.lined and Ih'- car ilrhen was di-inollslied. Tin- two men al the parked car bad nei-ti that a collision was Imminent. They picked up llaln- brtdge. who was unconscious, uinl took him to a Shaw nee hospital., when- his wounds were Hun reiniiied w-lhl him lo Sctu-I lo leai n what hail happen-, nl to hi.- companions. When p.isMlng tlirougb Seml- li'.b a few minutes before. I'aln- lirldue Ciei-nhuig ii-marki-d iii-i-iirdln-.: to llnliilul'l-'-. thai Ih'-ie was no m d lo hurry as Ih.-y had pl'-llly nl Hill'- In leiicll III'-' game. The truck, belotmlng lo Ihe llardv Iraiispio lallon company, wan 'loaded with meat en rout- from Oklahoma City I" Pallas. The driver. Alfred Faulkner, was not reported Injured. Cn-i-nliurg WIIH born at Chand- ler. Okla.. and wan U'7 years old per acre as compared with pounds >car. The esllmal'-d ahamlomnenl of acreage since July I w-as I per rent lor'harvest 'j.KMT.ontl acres. Mile "Conditions have been goner- "ally iinfiivorabl- In Ibe central. soulhoa.-'l, soiilb central and east Icelltral seclloIlK of the stale d'in ''.'Ito dronlb and weevil j Hie ii-porl plated. "In the wi-.-l- ern Hcrtlon tin- top crop siiflereil from dronlb but recent riii'ii. were a mat' rial benefit." of coin was fore cast at bu.diels I1- roinpari-d wjlb hus.'- Officers were cliccklni; tin; vi- cinity and bonies of plant em- ployes to determine whether there were other Investlualors bad not lenrned whether liond bad a load of nitroglycerine In his car when be drove up to the Later, a filling station operator t-ald liond was alone wnen he drove past his establlsbme'nt en route to the magazine. Whether or not the tr.-year-old victim had picked up others before reaching the scene of the explosion re- mained uncertain. Thousands of persons had .loln- In a search of the vicinity by afternoon, reclilliK some clew to what had occurred. So was Hie shock of Hi This Fiscal Year. Action was taken appropriation bnduet members of the county eselse hoard, who signed the appropri- ations schedule after some re- vision had followed preparation of the estimates lime ami. The estimated sum of for the general fund was reduced by more than IT.uiiO before Ills of the appropriations set up by the excise board. As signed Tuesday, the city hnduet calls for for Ibe uenural fund ami inii.Hti for tin; HinkliiK fund, the latter to lake care of Interest and princi- pal of the city's bonded Indi.-bted- on the city l amount to be raised for the sen- Tuesday by era! fund by ad valorem taxes at and for Hie nlnklliK fund J 1.42 a total of a Saiid few Accuscfl of ShiKitiiiK MarriH Fatally Lute Sun- clay Afternoon 1 blast !wen- tossed from their v I Neither was hurt. At 'I' Springs. 1U miles away, a windows were broken. Two rahhlls. dazed, hopped aim- lessly about among spectators at Bthe scene. Trees were stripped of llSter 12 Inches Lick of The city. In calculating Ibe tax levy lo produce the bud- ltln-li- leaves aud several. !ln diameter, were snapped llki; Charges' of murder were filed i this morning against Sam who Is alleged lo have taken the life of Muster Harris of Francis 'late Sunday afternoon near tin- low water b'ld river mar Francis. A shotgun charge, fired 'a distance estimated at 21 struck Harris In the right 'causing his death within a time. Sheriff I.. I'- Finnklln i arrested nice at blH brother'H across the river, cers did not stale II cause of the Hhoollng. hut an In- vestigation Is expected to brim; totals, adds 111 per cent for and d' due-Is any surplus from Hie previous year. deducting also estlmaled collect-. Ions from sources other than ad valorem taxes. Total revenue from other sour- cis, as estimated In the nev: biiiUi-t, account for of the general fund ations and for of sinking fiuiil. Wnlei- Cent- Help The water of Onil are responsible for tin- Creat- matchstlcks. The largest section of car to be discovered was a lu-lst- eil All truce of the hulldlni: which housed the explosive liter- ally vanished. Seventeen years a-o. Ilond calmly entered' the pitch dark IMMI llr, plant of the Sapulpa Herald andler part of Iln and dragged out thlrly-flve feet of accounts for ?sK hose, loaded with lilt roulycei mure than does not have to which had been wrapped around provided by ail valorem taxes, the printing press. The explosive Practically all of tin- fl.SI'.r. bad been placed there following a represents Interest on dally hank spirited editorial arraignment of balances, {civic conditions by Ihe Herald. At late- thai lime, a misstep bv Ilond like- ly would have hi ought death to The nffl-imany of the hundreds who had alleged ,galhered outside tin On tbl. reduced assessed valu- ation of levies to produce Ihe budget, reiinlrenienls ny ad valorem taxes, as approved by the excise hoard, will he ii.- general fund and 23.1-1 mills for sinking fund. These have not yet been approved by the slate tax commission, however. For or last fiscal year, on ii basis of a valuation of Jfi.- KOL1 levies Of -1.51 for Keller-, al fund and irt.7.r. for fund, or a total of 24.S3 was rciiulred to raise the budget reiinlrcmenls of rjfi.3 15.Si! for general and l-l.H2fi.KJt for sluk- lug funds, a total of Higher Levy PrnbaMo Tin- total proposed levy for tin city of Ada for this year, on diii-ed valuation to product, budget SS.IMIO less than that of last year. Is 2S.S45 mills, aaulnsl 2-1.3" mills on last year's higher valuation. Departmental appropriations In i tin- general fund bulgct for and are as fol- (I'ntin Hon. Patrick J. Hurley, secre- lary of war, spoke this after- noon to a large crowd of Ada voters at Memorial Convention Hull In thi! Interest of Ibe re- publican national campaign. His speech was one of a series In a whirlwind three-d iv tour he Is making of his native stale. traveling by airplane. He spoke  ear These deductions leave that il by th ni-y H.I   >ears ago, There were several olhc- men when Ihe shinning occur- red, the officers were Informed. Harris. resident of Frauds. Is said to been niarrl'd. lilce Is said to across the liver Irom Francis. mm HBOSBELT was it i.opular salesman and am- bitious In advance In business, and bad become assistant man- a-.-er pome lime ago. He I- Minhcd by bis widow. motlii-r. a brother. of Caheston. Tex.i-'. ami tin uncle, l. Marcus, of Fort Texas. The body was taken Saturday to Waco. for Interment. Creenburg-s father Is burled He was ncthc In all chic a bard worker In the Junior Chnnihrr ot Commerce. whose loss will he score of bis many nnd pUce as a man. 10 PLEiS OF GUlLTK FIU'.ANA. Ohio, Oct. I J. i.ll President lloovi'i's caininilgn for iie-eb-clloii. and tin- lepul.llcao i party were miller attack today ifrom a new- circuit In the ranks 'of the "Insurgents." Congressman 'Charles Itrand. of Ohio. i In a formal statement Issued at Mils home, here, last night, the le- publican congressman from tin- {seventh Ohio district, declared bis to party "deserves defeat and reor- presl- ninl. phiin flllliu: J PIUI V LJ I I m ii innoccccc OP i nUUntbbtb Vh I b r, liK-rr Tiril: Gnllirie F.diliir in Explannliiin In With Pipeline. Kxtnifls Of LnKion I'mRram For West Bonus F'aymcnt felt on Hi" i friendships I rising busl-; u Itimbv ;Koosevelt. the democratic -HIM -i anied wl.u'den.lal nominee, as "f In connection wlth'tarlff benetlts on Mirplns far., Het a portable phonograph, products." and sad be n-pub I- was seul.nced to six months. (can party bad failed to aid Hi- good for I I'riMti Slarrltl NO. 1 well .of In Ibe p.. I. jibiv was n-porl'-d we'll. Tin- w-ll w is Mi.nday nl; M and )ia Ina al a rale .lull to son barrels daily. Tin- well has been lied a pipeline and more s.oi tanks wen- to the Ii Wednesday. No further drlllinu will ll'ilie oil the well, it Is jl.-ss the [low declines. lion was found al Hunlon docki-t which was held Ibis morn- not be a candidate for ling by Judge llnsliy In pn-par- lallon for a criminal trial dock (late In October or early In G. M. Dismukcs Captures Snake With Odd iSUPREl CUT TO E CftSE ilCOflFEBERITE n. M. IilMiitikcs. Ihlnu a short i distance northeast of Ada, UTiliiy bfoiiKht In to tho offlco an IS-luch nnake which had on thn buck of Itn hi-ad with a distinct rcst-m- MHS bo.! uh.n r A crowd i--llmated al men, iini-t of lln-m veterans of the I'" World war. filled tin- district com I room lo capacity Tuesday ni-'bl and cheered Caymoml Fields, linlhrl.....lllor. .is In- pre-tenteil Ihe state and national glou program and tin- In I'-uard lo In cash of Ibe veterans' adjusted com- j llloll celllfical'-s. Fl'-hls. a forceful. vigorous in-'speaker, for .-event! yelirs a leail- aid. mi- it-r In l..--ion affairs In up arguments ns'-d III op- I.-, ft el in; po-lilon to such (Miyrnenl ami with a sweeping array of figures IlKlilfiil visits In all my Ii continued, than nilnulltu: wllh men with whom. In other years. he mined, punched cuttle nnd soldiered. When flyltm over the graves Hurley's father anil mother it Lehlsh. Hi'- pilot cut off the intor and huns over the spot or a few moments. Cettlni; borne to his own conn- ry. amoni; his own friends. Hur- ly said. Impressed him that ther In llerrlck rm .-'larrttt NO. bi-ln-i moved In r.-iday. and wori. at several uior" locations peeled t" -oon. The Starrltt NO. 1 an of.'- I In Slanollnd and liem-duin Trees leasts and dncllon In the field westward. Attorney war on the lid not of a tall Solltl, Calladlan Greatest rfturtm for the amount river between Loxlnstnn and I'tir- luvenbted Ads.jci-11. McAl.KSTEK. Okla.. Oct. Uatllff. of Oklahoma City, was elected commander of thi' KOIIM of coufcd'-rate Teterano. Oklahoma division, meeting here W. E. Mcr.oornn wa.i elected lieutenant commander. John II. Hobert.'on. Oklahoma City, wan re-elected adjutant for Hie seventh consecutive term. The United Confederate Veter- ans and Auxiliaries met Jointly later In the day. Only thirty of the state's asrd able to make thu trip to Mc- Alester. -rlid fiat many'of these are showed the benefits that would accrue to both veterans and the nation at larse. without the payment proving burdensome to the Vol Cmwford spoke In a wel- n...., wesiwar... Iliibblt ItKe- band furnished mnslc_ for 1 AFIIFUN. Neb.. Oct. the rabbit bit tin- neighbor's dog and went on eating clover. ThafM Ibe way J. I.. Stivers of Augiirn told tlni story today. He has ii large pet rabbit In his hacli vard. The neighbor's pup a bit loo familiar. Tin- rabbit reared on Us bind and nip- ped Us tornif ntor. With tall between Its legs, tin- do c lied. Oreatest returns for the aninunt Invesbted News' Calsslllcil Ads. a lime, and Prof. Wyatt C. Fret man led the audience In singing war lime songs. Consressman Tom McKeown was Introduced but did not speak. After Fields' address, the meet- ndjourncd lo Leglor In Convention bnl barbecue was waiting for the veterans and their friend who bad come to hear Fields. The supplies for the barbecue were provided by I'at Dr. Ed Oranger. Tom D- Mc- Conttnuiil on belting. Tin- court affirmed Hi" convict- ion of P. I.. Coulter, fined In Turn-lit county for In-tllng at Arlington llowns. race track be- tween Dallas and Fort Worth. Legality of the optional sys- letn was tested by tho Texas Jockey dub Inviting the charg- es after thn Texas leglslatu-'i bad defeated bills designed to liberalize tlio anti-betting laws Under Ibe optional buys an option on a If the horse wins the holder of tho option may purchase Hie liors" at a certain nuiilm.il sum. If tbo bolder of tho option choos- es lo I District Judge W. F. HoberlHoii Iliad dismissed Hie governor's hull 'under provisions of article I, w-e- llou n. ou Hi" ground he did not 'have Jurisdiction lo try a content 'Involving the governorship. lie decided the legislature was the only body Hint could decide a coo- tested election whole this ofllce 1 Involved. i "The temporary Injunction 'Ing iinpported by Jurisdiction of Mho district court over tin- contest j was not void --no mailer how Im- providently It may have In..... IM- Mltes." the com! held. Judge Itobeilsou bad Issued temporary Injunction restraining of Mrs. Ferguson mi- ling's content Htlll Illld been I. When In- ruled h" did mil have Jurisdiction. In- dissolv- ed Ih" Injunction. The Hiipieine roiirl held that the governor's suit wan Hied with- in the proper thin-. "Although we have decided that Hie district eon 11 did have Jiirlji- dlcllini of tin- conlei.tcd election cni'f, II doi-n not follow that tlju action ol Judge lloberlson III dln- inbislng II and dissolving Ihe In- junction was erroneous, or Hint the secretary ot state should mil certify tin- nai......f Mrs. Ferguson as Ibe noml......." Ibe court slal'-d. "On tin- contrary we think bis dln- solution of tin- Injunction and dls- i missal of Ibe suit was correct, mid itbat the ncciotaty of stale idniuld TiorT "We think lln- rule fettled that tin- nomlm-e of a political piirly who holilHWi ceitlllcato lo Hint ef- r said nun 111111 ineit: someblng little higher and the owner of the horse redeem the option with casli., "W miller than partisanship re sill Americans." Accompanied by Wlrl Franklin, if Ardmore, republican candidate 'or election lo Hi" Fulled Stales senate. came to Ada from ,'oalgale. A large number of Ada people were nt the airport as the big lihine flew In. circled the port inre and came to a gentle land- war secretary, distinguish- ed In appearance and cordial In Ills greetings, showing little trace of Ills Intense campaigning of the last few days, talked briefly lo those gathered at the port before belnc hurried Into Ada (or his scheduled address. Ho presented merit badges to a number of Tiny .Scouts gather- ed at tbo Aldridgi! hotel, con- fcrrlnR this courtesy In recogni- tion of the act of tho local scouts In decoratlnc tho graves of his parents In 1'jriO. Hurley's eloquent delivery and fiery oratory brought repeated applause from his audience at Convention hall as he defended tho administration program and presented the nation's head as ho knows him and has seen hlui (OmUimed ou 1'use. 7, lo i-lves that nomine) nlte standing mid ber with a valuable be enforced." a certain d'-lll i-ndows him or right which CELEiRIITES TODflti ______ 'Wjfe of Former Senator James A. Reed Dead KANSAS A Ixalllboma Indian school near; Sleedman today was tbo scene of j a celebration observing the rt, pletlon of a school building f Henator from Missouri, ige for the recently us-- ftt u hero Unlay tabllslied Kaltlhonm school. n brief Illness. .Several county officers attend- wllh L....... -d the gathering, along with t from Indian agent. Mr. Palmer, ,R which had neveral stall- educational offlcl-- Huddenly. This morn- als wero expected to bo nhvslclans announced ilnrlng the day. I The school was established In CITY. Oct. 12 Heed, wife of taken lo Hi" M. March of Ibis year and met In Hie homo of Mrs. Vlcy Walker until funds could ho collected j from Indians of the section, terlals s-cured and tho physicians contracted pneumonia. Irs. Heed was formerly IJIU'B Almstead of Cellar Hapldii. Tho Heeds wero married- 1. 1HH7. of whom could not rpeak EnRllMi neKro Inmno and most of whom had 111-.Jino.ODO IN nvnllahie for bulM- tl" iJ-hoollnz. and   

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