Ada Weekly News, November 24, 1932

Ada Weekly News

November 24, 1932

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - November 24, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII Wily TIKE UP ROOSEVELT HIS MANY CALLERS ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1932 IN LIMELIGHT OF REICH CABINET CRISIS NUMBER 35 WA" HI NOTON Mr‘'ain of fj mu prominent Sol. UCI ; Ti la- j.—(Jpl , many of Within'-ton t president- President Make* Suqe.eation at Conference With Leader* Of Congree* NO SUSPENSION NOW Democrat* Decline Comment On Suggestion of Special Commission NUV , r I carli WASHINGTON, prestd* rn Huov • d Ii I rn n«'1 f formal!/ op KUK pension of Deeeinber tm* utk due on *<*r d* recommended that L.ol». eel Roosevelt bu “V from tr*e me tie finished b' en I fast. Lines formed oui side his hotel # I I h f' R ( ) JI | I * | ** lf*# ■*'4 III I i * *f 11 V w#*rf* nborts* (I ti i i - 11? 4 ’ t r 11 i *r visitors Was usl ice BraiMlies o the supreme I .j rt Ile was wit ti G» vernor Roo-* - eft about 2H nill lites, and d - lilied to tali, with im xx - {utp* rn.* »i Gov*-! nor I * *) * I ll, (ti * II ol I in im -Ola Lu ne i - la bf ri'it** xx in , itpoi ! ell R*Met , * t in t h«- ca iii- attent \ «iii Hilidciibtiru jut I Hiller I (.al d t o >rt •: «■( »ro, H> gover-‘imtnedto dye lartn A new cabinet crisis was precipitated iii German} I 'n pen r* *■ I - ued Yon toapen has been virtual dictator the post to Ado!! Hitler, leader abb to form a ca Id net On the basis of parliament;!! y support porno hie '<> the president. I ran/ v«hi l*a|H ii when th* Junkers gov eminent headed by Franz von or months. President von Hindenburg offered of the Nazis, who today advised the president that but only on a Little Information Concerning Details of Meeting Given To Public ROOSEVELT ZP..... Reported Hoover Will Insist on Payments Now Due Being Made by Debtors BANK ROBBERS SHOT DOWN BY BOLEY NEGROES Band of Three Exterminated by Officers and Vigilantes in Battle Following Attempt to Loot Bank. Bank President Also Killed. basis of he would not bet nu directly t»* * re nte ait agency %    with dept ou International Lai Ions. I ti a i« it iii »y ft I otto will . Ills CO "itll eon yr**** ion* bol ti u* ti*-** th* 4 } .I r* d I bal 4* a - ’ * f*( t Ii s t a 11 IIM* ti I s it IT,, no facia tia\ * d t I imt (>1 MI Hid. pecia I session < ll'**n added tat bi *■ expect Boos* \ **!t ha* e for exp*-d I pro I IO-.lls ll* a s you cai * g. -1 a f i * # i*OI i to I a* iii* j»oti ujueti I At th* ever lit Ii * nit mi id the gen! ion* * bm 4'and iii*! j same »I * "i tat rf rat* hi On I * * r *« ohm '■sh a! Mat * ■ I • *d to • a a i rqioi t idat to I irst I* *11 poult I* ■I iiior* Projet t L ndrr Road 1“ rom n Stonewall Cl A*an is lerai Jesse f* * I t ba t lid ta I ti* th Chi i ti IH i a* r • ooh! I ait :* i sa*** if it * s. I «*r, t hat ad x a *i Ie found to of t lh romp* ti attou ‘ Hell am e\pan*tiou of prod it* i k or \ im* i i* ii u it od la bot J her** ai* si lib* romp* ii ■-a 11 * * i* t * Sal moi TK till ii Ult: I nj** d fin studJ xx bleb I ! Unit** to r*•«*«* x < I > «* ii ut* S aril milt j m n, to* IM ut* in tit Ha 11% a T i. *-. I biti *-    HH:' lit * I I MIM dit G* alt :<    -*1 • 'line count i if a a ii «i fines I iou **f Ina tit lit •, t b* in fit ber ti Is** to pi “It i 11111 bi ok alit* I to* rom it > of nut lf ill.*!•)(« nill* * of goodwill, xii “I bat **<!» p* "I f i roll ad* I    tti* f rlr fifl I v people ■ .orta Tit i| ties! i«) a rut wa* bol h    ! I ii til* a pre 11 \ *    of hi*"lit art"*    Ii* •don to in * r a • tK I lilt ti I pl Ilion rh v I v a Project der*: maine; way No. iiiait. 14*! | Creek: b Pub way ion Co.. I >♦ xx »• v I ii .o* ill*:*rv fin not    iii uh way ii (••iii WmI«<m|,m * l*mlH    IIM* 1 " * n *    \v<»    k    t** an I iii- rn or ills 4 on Kiowa bl. ii,, first    lh*- toad project* blub way u ilia ti 10**1 for Pontotoc county as Hon Go., »,! part of th* employment relic! h K. 3 I. * program made poaslbl* tty a loan Usu* I**: oj $<i,i fbi urant* tl by iii** recon- highway sjM st run iou fiiiaur*- corporation on stiudiou ii i . jim J Hi* st of t, <IV XX. Ii. Al ll I Ta * I I 7 •» i, (,»! I his COH Of v    (    Ism    -    * (’ It. 11 i I**-o ii, cif St on*-wall, was pi nj* ct, appointed count y appert lt»or by * Mo., *2f < ho • root    M it fay and Lias    en j (bulge taUlisbed headquarter* a1    tbOj hiuhway county courthouse. TIM* first project is t from J* ss* to Stone*all siiiitto ast* rn part of the a distance o Otter road iii iii th** n*‘ BIDS CALLEO FOH BN HOAD PROJECTS OK I-A HOM x (MTY. Nov. 22.    ; f* i -mi j,i*• t s fur lirarly I (A H,»h- o! .-I ad!nu. drainage and paving and for eight bridges wen* to ,* bu at I p. in. today by t .    •    i    . v av coin mission Appai- * I low ptil indicated cod of the ,oojec|s in seven counti**s would approx i mat* 14 5 b .It OO. md appal * nt low* bid- Roosevelt’s Aid At Debt Parley i 2 mi J. J on "fill** Iiiuh-1J;| I s I -Oil. N**r- i in i t * * u No I. Hoyt St i Hw at cr. $1 I mil* s oil slut* . 'this! riKd- :;,l bs. on state No ‘IU. Lmnictt Ila.*. ,. «#;. 121 * w 9    I 7iii i lea **n st a I •* j n, <» i t. By bi ie const rue-i )!\ lahoma City, $!»,-! t.;, mil* No. FL company on 'bin ml Enid. stat** I 'OII • UL BI] I ny JOHN F FU KST Kl* < Anomite! Vtr*n Staff Cor it--Hpnndenl' WASHINGTON. Nov 2".    '    r The possibility of an admintotia : tion-sponsored effort to reach » < compromise on But op* - demand (for war debt I'elief arose tOilay as President Hoover ; ens wed Us I assault upon the tangled prim 'lent, summoning to the xx hif* I House congressional leaders i>f both parties. Out of th** chief executive s  ___extraordinary    consultation wit it Brewers May Find Business Franklin P Rm.-v..|i    Iron. which the president-elect departed without commitment there iemerged last night a statement |attributed to th** admlntona inn I that England would make mo debt payments to th*- I nited I States after December IT. unless (her pica for reconsideration .adios Serve Banquet; C ollege Students Present Program; Scouts Given Badges SEIZE BEER TRIBE Rough Going lf Beer Is Again Legalized It* re db TK it HIU Mi the .it tom* I said. ref ti"** to .a an im I Int' xx Armington Whether a cot to* consultuti I to detits tods > b* ca» ij n> st iou in t hat To *’ iii g n ss i oi **eiii bled bx Mm Nov lutist d<*iu ii ... I,P> Puhi TK A r re t at I XX I Of it if 11 un! I' Ii * half room dent 11 not agency to I itll out s* cancel hip o od tills cot I til Hied tat **I bour and a cl at ic conter* et i i a ' tier xk e tem of Pi I'M I hot I* t ie TK prior to tout at the Whit* ii* hmm*rats There was t.r * Ti >*\ I- f I U note to hi* ( TK it h I He act entail*1 co ti ii try t* debts, Mr. it*' shin of IIi has been I BTI |M» TK e I pax tit cuts The I Hie assumption be no * us,tens pay men ta total! .MIO Ooh Some of the i ii I eld all Hit *s neau* it to th* [•-III ele< TK or** atlee O' House '» O’ It (Mil ie r«»a*t In tho count) • j about five miles.* work will bf* stait-t few days. Gibson .ud 11i is morning, its rapidly a* lh* men can Im* assigned. X number of projects have been proposed by th** county commissionert u iicii will improve outlets frow soul*’ of th* iii *» i ** isolated sections of th** r*« * ti illy and will in many cases improve rout's followed by school buses Th* employment program, Gibson s.n , is for those who need it ami who are abb’ bodied ani < a pa hi** of doing the work. The wa *• scab* will b* arranged so that those who are unahh meet th** requirements of standard day of labor will *•» iv** a proportionate wag** what t hey ar* able to do. Applicants for work on th * road program made possible bv th** federal loan ar** required to til! (»ut blanks, gixiug information needed by those in chat-:** oi • mploy m* nt. Til** w ork program is b* ing arranged by Gibson to provide employment, with the relief mad** ‘possible through the wages to lie paid. through th** winter when th** n***d is great- four bi idges M, K. Ga lots S J 1 , IPI Ne I ii Ka arni Dig tbin I rii**t ion t o bridge oil .sam*1 > I .x*.;,. Pontotoc; I I , I * * ’ * vv a \ .xii. I 2 on sam Monett mibs on IS between ; Heart. $29,7 project, <I a I *H Professor Raymond M*dey. abov*-. selected by Presid**nt «-lect Rook* \« !l as his aide at the war debt conference with President Hoover, is a keen student of political af faits and believes “we would liar• better government i! fewer peopl* \ <ti«•*!.’’ I tv C P. XVMLLIA MSON ( VK«ori«(cd I*reta* Staff CorrrspondrnlI WASHINGTON, Nov. 23 LIP Bu brewers, believing their rain how of anti-prohibition sentimentj nu**. has a hurt el of beer at the end. already have begun to lay their pros'>• cliv.- troubles at the government doorstep. I he worst of tin ir fears, as expressed to Dr. J a laos M. Doran, dlrocto «»r industrial alcohol, is the gangster. Representatives of some of lite largest hi. xvi ie . including Rup-• pert’s of N*-w York. pud Anluuiaei' | Hush of St. Louis, haw talked jwitli Dolan within th** last few* *«!;..    TH***, told bim they fear* th.- gangster, with his mach im like *i*: a 111/a I ion was getting !(|\ t.i “muscle iii on th*- tmsi-and asked the government DOLMA . N«*x . 2 ■ cl' X n in vasion of this all negro xilla^*-by tv\t* whit** bank robbers ended today in o roar of gunfire that left a negro bank president dead, and th** robbeis and their negto accomplice dead or dying, s Tot d**XX ll !»\ OIH* ot lh** xviii!'’ rot*iiei s w M*n it* pull***! a hiddeii burglar alarm. D J Turner, pre-* id* n t o lh La rill els «ml M* r-chants stat*- Dank. died on the wax lea hospital a! Okemah, I I mile- aw ax itnt bis killer fell in turn before tile fire of a negro bookkeep*!' and th** man s com panions were riddled bx th*’ bn1 lots of a score to more enraged citizens t heir motor car near !>,tnk. the whit** rob-the negro inside to , n eh VY Ii tin it was us. d bv VV XX Riley. Parking the lit 11«• hers sent present a being ref the men cag* Ile) X I gO! * WI" . *1 rep e mo. I. sal miles !; p. - o 11 •a 12, in Ada K I \ N < - Vail* on I.i'gliv. tx iLt* on, * P.On."o s**ininol< I t th - I.way No. •'.*>. A. ta wa, is a a .    % I ll O.jj stat*- higixva No. I h om weI!, ( ooh, s t'X on stat** A (iibson 15 mil s Lit .son «x miles 'Hi Mute L ("ooh, Ot -I. A M oil mn til ot K to the re fer Hat st it bs Mo-t A v*, OKLAHOMA GI TY. No-. 22 pp    Rids for construction of r.Lilh mibs of pavement and I til* miles of grading and drainage xviii be received by the lug way commission Nov. 29, The projects; Divan county. ♦*. f* G 2 mibs grading and drainage on K >' 7", between Armstrong and Kad-do Pax ing and six brtdg*s on th*' -ame project. Tillman county, fib ak miles paving on state high wa. 24. beginning 3i miles northeast **t Da ut so it aud extending southeast to R* -I ix • r. C i* ok* e count y,    7.4x7    mi    l*-s -grading and drainage ami on-bridge on stat** highway a1 beginning two miles northwest ot of t OX el. wit req nit *’d. ta‘irk will be ‘OUM* slip! pie; a ii Ta xx a i Icq na Ii ad rd Hulbert. ♦ vt* tiding west to* Other Laities Refuse t*» C *» operate; Suggests More Lower Needed DLR LIN, N"x 2 b I’ Hill. r, t he taM*ist, adv ised President    von    Hindeiibtiig today    th** format iou <*. a goxa-rum* ut **n a parliament.! r> btl sis v.a- tjotn ic -lossibb*    and nn*i*-siral*te,    am!    th*- cabin**    crisi-    could    !>•*    solved only    xx    itll    a cahoo t directly    r* to I he pj-**Md**nliat liould Ie* authoriz'd to ox ' rn xx it bout par The    nazi    sal*!    In    was head such ti government ii is III ova-HK* ut at    the dt rh- chi*-’.    * x* conv •• purpose. I '/i I* ei* is In«ii* ii*(! 41**• x I Hlndenl‘Ui . was xx . .. j hi- opposition to Hi'b ' rate    they    said    all    the ad h''**n li ft open ar Lugo' latinos stock mark* t, anticipant! Ki ne f*» iindertak< strict peiuui't ©nfoio* up-lit it bt “r >s legalized. Some br* xx us, umanwhile. Inn mouse*! beer advocates in con-J _•    ... by .ayim: that tlo-x must] • :,u I. h c* ut a la- to milk*- a profit. II*-jo « putative t LCounor I D.. j \ y j who ch me to XX aalii fig ton t teiuiay \»ith Goxau uor Roos*>-, v* it. president-elect, —r< i <1 “that is loo Iu ill and they are not going < to ■ . : aw; > with it “If tho price of beer is too high.** Im- asserted, “the average ni*i xxii! not b< able to buy it and That -xiii citt down federal reve- VV it!* this was coupled a ported suggestion from th*’ pr* si dent that the war debt com ti* is si on b** revix * d to initial** thorough study of the stibj< « a course which has b*" n (tusly opposed iti congress r*'sts the final xvord. th*’ 13 senaiots ami senti* ti VPS invitcil t*> this .. ing s White nous* pat I* > athel ii I <<d. and its the president *•! * t turned to meetings with Ins political allies. Ute impression gain oil head xv ay that Mr. Hoover might propose as a compromis*-tile re examination askeil bx Ko I rope, with no ext* union ot th* lum year morut*»rlum. 1 Tile swirl of wan debt Milk yesterday xx*qit from tin* H'1 bt «lUiet of th** Whit*- ll * <11 e " 1 room to the smok* tiibst hot* * room *if the N#,vv A (irk g<*xeiiiO'. where at midnight h* talked xx i i democratic chieftain! from K*«p Hoi Hill. Ili ilisli |*osi( ion ,n!mI*‘*I There th* piesidtut * i»**’t i e port od to have told Iii-1 I cl (**s that XL Hoover ami ret ary Mills had informed that Great Britain would -‘We ar. not going to have any its December 15 payment of profiteerin', mr stamp out one M>00,OOO. but would demand a |H , racket and let    another new study of tin question before nourish."    paying turtler, should refusal to This question of distribution pax ensue the administration dt s'u ibed by O (’minor as a “big • pictured as for* - m-iiu im ,    , - tohind th*- sc* ’lies bet wee iii treniely grave situation. hi,Avers aud members oT congress ( It wa I,,.- b* en held by many to CHS elite! ed pok i ii g of President enclosure. I lino!iced tile hook la'* edged into ling. one t ml ii pl Tut ie i . al-**) ill Taking a program of entertainment and fun. th** Ada Lions met in the Fitzhugh high school gymnasium Tuesday livening. The dinner was served by the ladies of Fitzhugh. Doth the dinner and entertainment were enjoyed by tin* Lions ami others who were present. X one-act play by th** spi‘*ea department of the college and several numbers by the colley** octet were popular. The net * was repeatedly ca^ed back lot* extra number*, A not till lute1« si ing feature xx I the presentation of rn*ait badges to Boy Scout* Of Fitzhugh by i F. E. running, president of the Pontotoc Boy Scout council. Oms F.aule Kernel had ce was presented I bx Roy Meek, representing the American laigion. One of the major activities of , th** Lions club is lo promote mon’ friendly ‘‘outset with other! In* net i* towns and chi* a in this section    i ran*    *    htngb-i    ahum of (Ii** slate, ami tin* trip to    I    “Hid    you    pull    that Fitzhugh xx as a part Of this Ufo j Mioni* >1 iii* Iii m gram. Oth*r trips xxiii he mad* to othei toxins from time to time **t th** win** Upped into th to) in I he IH ll JMT, Hie *’    \i*-('*»rnilet . uh an while halt \ a ll I f xx Ii*’! e bi ri J Batik |»t Midden! |\ 111**1 Xs lh* hood th*-scoop up OI"] whit I*.I »    .intl .t boul $; un ll*al ul»d**r a robh* t * a begun ’ » ill CH Mi, desk (iud ] t h* Yes-Then I rohhei refill* i in t ti* while d TUI net ♦dug lo I ii. leveling a hi im’ I old** I . ill you ilia pis■ I OI I ho his .1 ill I* II* I Mi for \ III I jot a rn J SO,,! ml laird Tv n issador, talk tim*’ t od a». II. *t pr UH I* I Blit rn Im I xx a s Coll Scold til mer i xx av ex a bolt f im ii! -T!m t Im a < l*i th* to: •sn rn ably t Im- alLi mb* of both ox * rn s oxx * rd the NIO- rf Can debts. \ issued no communique but were indication^ that Piano* h. fired MeCormick. from vault, pulled th*’ Bigger *o rift* Turner and his kill r to t lo* t loot Moult a mon si x Th* * a "id xx hit** UMI ll took i lot i . as a HMH icm,. crowd of to po ran from every purl «*f the town to Hie front of the Ii,i it k 11 * ordered I; i I* y a od H**> ic*- xldrblg*’, a customer, to ra. rv tile wouiid*’d robb«*r to lh** motor car. J usl u I Im x to Mod for » Ii'- a » of j ut I th* cd. mo ,t difficult out to be be sol' - s pun s i ole cabinet s necessa r \ liament r**ady to ami pine dis po sa J for t J -1 - IG ISSUES HULING SI! U i »**11 * X • I cuing ; \t any d ours I h« - im Tile <H el* pa id la ml prnpo I iud* d n ‘ r« H d if landin ibifgai ag rte HSM itllllUI" W OU Bi g that MS MHY EEI ITI IT I TO FILL TOU’ th** cm ib’ishmenf of ;»r * sid*-iH in I gov * rum* cio-*qful. Gain' of "ti points wei * SU'? .tined dos* . * V n \* a I xx xx ai LAHOMA CITY, Nov. 23 \ .''iii for return of $ ti 9,000 bx the board of affairs for at -I t i;...tow n on which a d sub-penitentiary 'v‘is to milt, cannot be instituted * %-cpi I a (iir*‘tioti >f th*- goxarnor r,r iii*' • gislature. the attorney j. Moral - of fie* d* cided today. Til*’ supreme coil t beld recently th. boa;*l could not Use the ap-nropriatio! f*»r prison sub-stations and cell blocks to construct an itide SM-mien I prison. Governor Mur-rax announced he would a'k indicated , Hat the chiel | executive had maintained this na ti on should make a rigid stand toward the payments due it three 1 xx-*-, ks hence only ital) amole-Itll*’ major debtor nations lins r* ’ Trained from asking ~ us (Tension of them. M r. ROOsev el t,V ! president s report xx as descriheil is I responsibility for until he himself on March i Further, in his table conference the president-elect as one of not die replx to th** •d d* Ha i at ions a disax ow a1 of d* lit policies as'UIII *s oft ie*1 midnight round th* position of xx as outlined siting to the and Great Britain xx ill adopt common pol ie X with th** * I b P r I olds ini n I ti ex * it! fill ,i*1 in I iii of t Ii* ell* ; ! <• I- ' :e, K xx ,i b urned oil . nod nut hor j* x t hut at t he hist cabinet in* * • in: it was d* cid* ii F anc* xx i I follow a poliev similar to Lu Hand -Flighted ba- indicated that Mu will (tax Hie $95.50*1.000 instal! im id due December L> if ta* Laded States cannot postpone th* dll** date This h**lp' to < • plain recent r* port s that I’t • • 111i*■ I H*u rb i ready to pax in** December int*-! est if tis** Hoov* r moratorium i; not prolong*1!!. The pr**nilei friend* said today that dom, a f iisDlade • Mil id*- ami f Im -ma ii d i opp* d Meanw alb'. I a*-a iii lug tile mot"! XX tx down lie w < a p* rn was turn* chill*- and the WOO tided , I ll few 'Minded s» (‘"lid from xx hit * Meg I o robber, car, w«h half - i re* t Rv el v ii oil Hi" to. driver, mortally us* his hands The ear 1 Upped . plung'd into a curb and is read' to stake ’ men! on t ID liable he and I await th** cot f * * I ell CC President t Im UBI TD VA Dai *) ne I et I iii 1 *» • iv t *k la I tex at it ot aid Preside I I cee ive th< nations an war debts. feet Jy to t than appoint thin murk. On Bavin nicotine. Sec porters fie ___ with Governor I lie latter ba'* for Georgia There had be iou of opinion room parley. Ii* ♦ ' c* mitr* ss. rn rn co tit ta I to* Lr n t* Ho I White ll .'ta* * NHI to told [dana .si to c* «b I Hu III AA A to I i * * *)’ IIM* »rd say s it lias <;ra in auth* Dill alive poll Hi Wot ti is. -tit** today a coil of Of i pre int* muse ernai I nit** ing t oi T* I, oui,* I n* is We* UHS has he mu a mon g a nun: - (lox . for i *** LMI DI tnen- oui t as a sol tition late •J* luxe I ’ \; live* Vie I iii j - win) a j v ch air til Al I an. and sine* former ret . en u«* (* Ti the i Wood I MW AA ii- NTT LF,. Nov I Inium rja- Major K. S. Hid Im* etofor* q ti Known in a1 company, is preparing Pi U I lls BF HEERS! BIEG Ml    m    tv    ■    $    I    h    I. egis! tun* I" provide specifically* or ♦ • branch p* nit* ntia* y. i-'-ed Hans* n. assistant attorney that under th*-the ftoard still non for additional i Jo* McAlester lust 1- l o blk •i stat* > IMI I M (ll1 »** nator dnti rom HS Was Ii- i genial, w I an was nam Roland H ! q*’ un* \pi’ • Senator W* nut ii TH' d< it** haired I ii in-. d yesterday by Hartley to lilt •<i term of the si* y l J on *‘c. af last Satu: -►r« '• *» * • I t he stat*4 tins th" H UKIAH —With t til: I * ‘ ^ In is* id ide dr Nov 23 Bandera San Antifoam ope® by dx natl! and atso.it I" 500 S AN ANTOSH h Texas i.f*i A bank vault at 4*» mllea mirth west of tonio, aaa mite last ni read v ♦ ut ir* t'orni man, Thi has t* w it it (111 |>:< I I* IV s. iii I. \*»<>1,1 MC NI A CITY, Nov. line day** tan y revenue from so for Nov* mb \ceed* d that fa 1191. a rn liter's r« publican th* senate dm in: Ion, and perhaps appointment gave numerical cont rid th*v short lidded »u- xh. tax announ is far I ♦ ,-n Co $ so’*.:’** IAX »t to ga sober al-or the October, Melven commission chair'd today is month $v7g,0s", -r’ed as compar* *1 in (let oh* r. supporter law rep* refused clos* Tri* to the ch us** >f a! x It hough th* to commit bim-uds said “he is Mc A LLSTF.R. Okla.. Nm. 23    - *.D Cl etc Randolph, s ult Sun** dax at Lie John Gilley farm* n*-ar Stuart, «i i * <i in a McAlester hospital last night, firin the number of fatalities in shooting affray to two. Raymond Simpson was kill* instantly at the farm where and Randolph got into an arg -intuit with QiL'ev, who immediately thereafter surreftd* red to (* ’ J I* C‘*TS at St Ila * t. Tountx Attorn- R linsey said he was murder charges. Gilley. 33. who sub-farm from Simpson H id ceil block IU lion. at FRIENDS SENO FUE TURKEYS IO HOOYER E ti. (•paring eased h Randolt if •I OLK* NT \ \ TI »rohitiiti«)!i is a fat! vt A A Cl (OSK I a* A told officer* he shot in defense of his botte after order in _ the two men, whom he said were drinking, from the premises. cl- iii OC rat- in til** senate and house until his .id min int rat ion gins. EL was. however, will in discu." Iii' view* oil th** proaching session. From all the dlsc-us-bm than I wo horn - of it in t It House and even more in I York governor - hot• J there emerged only on* statement. Issued from Hi* House with th*- approval Mr. Hoover aud Mr. Roosev* I u xx Ol ds, it r cad Whit** HoliM* Statement “'I'he president -*n*i Gov * Roosevelt traversed at but -1 subjects mentioned in 1 graphic comniuntca*ion it hat progress has been idem confers with of th# congress ten the subject will J, pursued.” Thus it was officially red *hat not only war < world armament and th ted world monetary conference had been Similarly around ’; Mi. Roosevelt - hotel talk extended beyond the international field dent-elect lo ci his f« I Im-bo- ; til ap ium *’ * White *. c N - *k suite official White of both in rnor R o«> COH I will evelt k»» xx hic I ollow ie lit ii" to s iii for ire! of fici: x»■ s Hoov* letoi* of OX n 111 ii** if tM’<‘*' - • rx mation was t in bx red agreed to H r.-'iiB' ot tis** terday b**tween ■r and Governor • announcing th** it im ** a nd Lu la rid Cia .lid IG SEIG The loot xx a lecox * t ••*! xx • *• it was (Lopped, ill the hank, when ! }|»* '* cond xx- hEta robber f **U. AA hen ambulances from Okemah r* tuov*»d th*- dead and dying one* of th* white robbers wad I reported "‘ill alive. None was ! identified Bob v i one of several all mi ,o in nil n 11 M" i ti Ok lahcma. It mi about sou rtl’sidents. Se.nlnob’ f ount v officers were summon* d to Okemah this afternoon to view th* bodies of the two dead fobh' is and th*- wound od man, xx ho refused to talk. Tho three robbers xx*!*- scott loitering around the bank a* Boley Tuesday Leo chief at rn i-tiii ll officers h**t »* ti abb to id* uHfx Jake Simms, po * in i nob*, not if led at h* Blight be on** or mot * cit t heir ll i mad* th** n»em* t nmorr ow be furl bet Cle- | nut! Tim i McALKSTF.R Okla., Nov. 23 '.fr> I'ntOIi coal min*-! s in I is aren today x^ - r** circulnting p« H (ions asking Governor Murray to intervene in the long-drawn o m sirik** with th** view of signin• up’’ non-union mines by the union. I There has been virtually no re-! cent picketing and only one airest solo SI sue™ mnoqn-debt* hut he pioj.-c-economic gone ox *-,. *- (abb of room the debts a sd The preM-llow demo* wit., bud- 1*1. A NT in cash re tutti cd i sea jo d. bx burg Urn w hi LIST. Isle of S> It Niir 23 -i JVA Captain Wolf fans von Grot! a st arrived here from Fri«*drichshaf-en thi* afternoon, completing a flight around the world which he began last Julv, KA’ VS STON IR Beauty may to* on iv skin deep but read al*<»ut what happ*n*d at an kvattston benty shop \ thief broke in during the night aud took: On* manicure, one hair trimming with th** electric trimmer; one beauty clay treatment; a liberal dos** of lip'tick and rouge OKLAHOMA (MTY. Nev 23 <F Tulsa county officials today avked Attorney General King whether lh** I©-cent per pound tax on oleomargarine must he paid by ,* Kansas City, Kans., ma nu fact ii r-, ling company which sell! larg**; quantities of the butter to » Tulsa c*hx kit* cont paul Officials of th* cookie company in the next informed the county attorney that Congress if the tax were imposed BRISTOW. Okla. Nov. 23 Mrs. R. CL Wilson, beaut/ lor op* ’a**)'- her*-, was in a Seal condition today. toto par-crlt-sijfferin g from burns pt* ived in an explosion at her “hop la-t night The blad was caused by a ga4 leak. Governor Roosevelt, say the ex - »,v* Tything substitute I pert?, will have a more import-j ,-onsiderin ■ ant role than President Hoover lhe bleachers WASHINGTON. Nov. 23 ‘.to Fixe at turkeys, the gifts of well-wishers, have come to th** W: Be House to form the center piece of the simpl* Thanksgiving dinner th*- president and his wife will eat tomorrow, T e choicest will be selected bv roto. White House ald*s or charity will get the oth* r To Mr and Mrs. Hoove- cratlc allies ne believed that T ank“givinc will Y>e a day for a sharp slash In the federal offering thanks    and    resting — s-t    and the    enactment    of    . “with plentv to eat.” a presto legislation in th* approacuing dent tai secretary said.    (short session of congress, trie For th‘ga it will be their last j budget could b* balanced. Thanksgiving day In the ezecu-1 H* said he hop* d a farm re the mansion b* fore    President- !i«’f    program    alone the    Urns    **f *    • and VI-4.    Roos* veil arri* * , his    campaign    addr* - at    Top*    - i March 4.    land    Sioux City, would v    enact’d ♦ a time and place for even a coonskin coat, : the temperature in at football games elect next Th - re's short session or. Maybe that s the r*as-thw on photographers caught Hoov* r th*-ae days. and powder. Money was spurned- * would have to close their plant. ‘toiling. Greatest results Mr the amount Invested—Neva Classified Ads. and listened to **u expressed desire from several that a spacial session next y* ar could to avoided. Th*- fir-t day of the president* etoct in the national capital since the elations was a succession of colorful, htoterv making events. within the last 15 days. Kt;*t*- ope! afiv*- reported. | Sheriff Bob I*ack*-y said the situation was well In hand and i indicated special officers may “ I withdrawn from th** area. An ’ edict front his office soul*’ time ago put a stop to night picketing, | in the ficinity of the Messina; t mine, at Fraig.    i Meanwhile, however, owners o | open shop workings declare their ■, polit v r* mains unchanged. Governor Murray intimated al Oklahoma City yesterday that some sort of settlement * *n sight b it he declined to reveal ■ ! what the negotiations were.  * CH IC AGO, Nuv Every year for Albert K Felton 1 ria go to AY is* to* I charged aud then ] cr woman. She gave her age as 3 and tasked for S3 uh OO in a br* ach of ! prom!-* suit filed yesterday. I LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Nov. 23 A. B. Banks, sentenced to one year in prison in connection with the collapse of his huge banking organization in 193d. was granted a pardon by Governor Parnell today. NEW YORK. Nov, 23. LF* St 2,oOii jewelled pendant an't 1,000 worth of .owns seized bv i st oms men from peggy Hop-ill** J ox ce «* x ,q al years ago w* tit rider lit” hammer of «i federal net urn,* r t od a v, T ocf agonal iamonds a d in th May 15, I *he landed or* ta ilia f i om govermiM ID [M*ndaiit, i»rh I with a large * * liter, wa 4 22 tbree day{ 11-1• • oi! the a. France, at iii*’ time ted Mi clare I I* J#*! hi bin g ed xx ti ic Ii Joyce foiled to de ie plaque among ihe aril -• purchased abroad. Pro litigation ensued, during Miss Jove* sought to ole 23 (.Pi —*» ninet* en years proposed ma *-arl Norris, she married anoth- ‘ fain po-se-Hion of th** plaqu**. The oct ion I* ; minated las* Jan I nary with issuance of a court j of *1**1 demanding forfeiture «n(t j sale of Hm* artic!**, I Similar action wa taken In I the matter of Mi” Joyce's kimwh.*, I which were seized about the same . time The gowns include a lilac lace embroidered dr**’ss; a dress of yellow silk aiel lace; another of xx tilt** silk trimmed with ermine; a .Spanish shawl; a black velvet dress trimmed with lieads mid gold thread, a lavender negligee and a three pound woolen sport suit. ;

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