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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             w IBBOSEKLT MkY JUKE UP DEBT ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1932 IN LIMELIGHT OF REICH CABINET CRISIS NUMBER 35 President Make Conference With Of NO SUSPENSION NOW Decline On of Special Comminion WASHINGTON. Nov. '.IV Prcnld.nl Hoover loilay declar-, .d blniMelf formally opposed to HUspeiiKlon of pcccmber IT, pay- ments dm- on war_ debts ami. recommended that Congress civ. iili. "an agency to xi-han-- .lews" with debtor nations, up- on Interiiatloiial financial obli- gations. In a ii-nulby formal -tat. in- nl following his conference todav '.lib lead-is ol I.Htb pllllles. Hie president de- cbired that lo the suspension i.f Installment1' dm- on liecemn. r I.-, no fads li.'iM' I.....n pie-ei.-- by Ibe deblnr I II III- -II' bleb' would Justify Mich pn t poliemelil." Al the same lime. Ibe chief executive declined a commission should he created In su_- on Hie war debt pioh- "anil to lepoit lo ii-coiiiiiiendiillniiH   other IOIIIH nl cnmi.eii-.itlnn Ibini ra.ib. neb a-- expansb.....f markets ior of Aiiieilcnn auili ullui'- nod labor. There an oilier po-i idble compensations In economic relations which inlKlil be iipeil on sliidy which would con-, 11 Unite to recm.-n nf prices and. Had. Such compemal loin could- be made nili These Ibliu-s mil-Ill si-no In iivoi-; come dlfficuIHe-, of .-xi-haii-- In countiles and lo nn el Ihe liuesllon "f Inabllllv o, MHIII- ol tb. in otherwise lo unthinkable that wllliin Hie coinllv of nallon- and Ibe iiiiiliilfiiance ot- Intel national Mindwlll." Ml. limner "lb.il our people should reliise l-i consider the miuest In .a friendly people lo discuss nn Im- portant In which Hi v ami we bolli bine a vliiil lntere.it luespi dive ot what con-In d-iii-i mlvilit iirl'i' finm slid, a dl- WASHINGTON, Nov. 2. A stream of callers, many of j them prominent In Washington officialdom, today kept president- elect l.usy from tl.' lime he flnlsh-d breakfast. I Lines formeil outside bis hotel Itnoiii-, and many ol tin- conlei- Of necessity. W-r- short. On-- of the e.irller visitors '.In.llce isiaiidl-s of lln1 supreme court. He was with c.nvernnr linn.o- Commcnt Mil iibnnt 20 minutes, and d will spapermen lo I.ill. nn Ic.'iUn-. Governor I'lnvd II. Mlnnesola, farmi-i-laborlle SUI'pOlled ill tin paiitn, toid reporters the nor was Interested In ate" of larm legislation." "The words -special session- were not used." Olsen added, saying, however, that lie prompt action. I Olii'-n said Mr. 'expri'ssed a llesile lor ex Him of two oilier proposal hiis In mind. "One of I hem. as you w.i i beer legislation.1 raid. I de not what Ihe oilier elt eminent headed liy I'riinz von ileiit von Illudenhiiru nffered Hint he would not he i a hasis of lielns directly rts- i Roosevelt's Aid At Debt Parley (MTV. NOV. for nearl Little Information Concerning Details of Meeting Given To Public 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. to OKLAHOMA Contracts iiilli-s of drainag pavlni; mill Tiir bildues wen' li, at t p. loilay by highway commission. Al'l'ar- CMil low bids lnillrali'il of the piojecls III seven counties would approximate J Projects anil apparent low bid- i-'irst 1'rojccl Under Federal Loan Is Uoad Iriinii Jesse To Stonewall ders; Itlalno; way NO. 51 i Creek: highway Inn Co., Ilewey WASHINGTON. Nov. 211 '.T> Whether a coniinlssloii nhould be constituted lo r-survry war ili-lils lodiiy I.....iime the dominant liuesllon lii Ihal dispute. To c iimrcsslonal leaders as- sembled by him In tin- cabin-t room at the While House. Presi- dent Homer such an a'jenc) lo OMT (he field hut wllhoiil nulhoill.. to re-Ise or cidicel nn> of II.....li'M'ti billion lined this'counliy. on lemlng tb" hour and a half deuio- crallc conferees hi-nded by Speak- er Garner went to Ih-- hotel nf Prcsldcnl-elect Unosevell. where views were exchanged prior to Issuance of still- ill-Ills al Ibe White House and by the democrats. There was Ki-nrral agreement, however. Hint If a commission In be created. It would It" wllh Ihe undcrslamllni: that tin- act entailed no obligation b..- this country to or cancel t'ae debts. Work bei-.an Ibis morning on Ihe first "f Ibe load planned for I'onloloc county piirl of the employment rellei program made possible by a loan of Jii.tr.O granted by Hie recon- struction finance corporation mi of liov. W. II. Murray this county. C. I.. Cilbson, of Stonewall, w.m appolnli-d ciiunly Isnr by Governor Murray and has es- liibllshed heaibioarlcni couiily courthouse. The first project Is Hi-- road 'from Jeiise lo Stonewall. Ill I'm southeastern part of tin' a dlslance of aboul five miles.1 i Other road work will he stail- ed III Hie few days, C.lbsoll xald Ibis morning, as rapidly in Hie men can he as-dgiieil. A num- ber of projects blue been propon- I ed by the comiiilsslonen which will Improve outlets from some of the mote Initiated sect- Ions nf the cnunly and will In many cases Improve routis fol- lowed hy school buses The employment program. lion Is for tho.-io who ni iind who are able bodied I capable "f doing the work, wag- scaln will he iiming-d KO those- who are unable tOj the reillllreinents of fill- aid day of labor will ii proportionate wago I Hey are able to do. Applicants for work on th road program made possible by Ihe federal loan an- required to fill out blanks, giving Informa- tion needed by those ill 1 of emplo} melll. i The work program Is IP lug i arranged by Gibson to provld" employment', with Ibe relief made I possible through tin- wases l-> hi- paid, through the winter mouths, when the ne-d Is grcjil- est. Most of the work will he and shovel, with some slips teams reunited. miles on slal-' high- ,1. J. llnnlson. Nor- i I miles on slut--; No. I. Hoyi Construcl- Sttllwater. miles on sliile No. Kium-n Hay. .f'i.121. "ii slat-' NO. 11. P.ylice Construe- Oklahoma City. t'.i.- l.r, miles on NO. Is. Ashland company, Lniil. SEIZE BEER T Bin Brewers May Find Businessj Coins If Beer Is AtJiiin Legalized liy JOHN F. CHF.STI'I! fir.. Sl.ll WASHINGTON. NOV. -'.I The possibility of an admlnl-tia thin-sponsored effort to reach a; compromise on Kurope's deinuinl i Ladies for war debt relief arose today as President Hoover renewt-d his assault upon the laiiulcd proo- Mem, summoning to the cniiKri'sslonal leaders of hntb parties. _ Out of the chief extraordinary cnnsulliiHou with n ttnnsi'Vrll tt'llll Students Present Program; Scouts Given Badges Taking a piom-am of enter- talumenl and fun. the Ada l.lonsj met In tin- -Fllr.liunli hlah school. KViniiiisluiu Tuesday evening. Tin NOV. i.r> An i Viision of this all-nemo by two wlille bank robbers ended today In 11 roar of minllm lh.it left ii nearo bank presldelll ilead. nnd Ibe rnbbeis and Ihelr acconipllce dead or dylnu. i Shot down one of Ihe wlnl-l [robbers when In- pulled a bldde.i biirular alarm. J. Timii-r. prei- Ident of ilie F.irmers nnd Mer- chants stale Hank, died nil Hi-i way to ii hospltul al okemah. l> miles awiiv. llul bis killer In turn before the fire of a necro bookkeeper and Ibe mini's com- latiions wete riddled by Hi'1 ilels of a score or more enraged etl without emerueil last allrlhuted lo that Knuland four M. bridges (ialois on sani'1 .Monell. liy C. Pi WILLIAMSON Sufi Cnrtt.pnnHcnl) WASIHNC.TON, Nov. I1U brewers, hellevli bow of antl-prohlhillon sentlmenl has a barrel of beer al Hie end...... already heuun to lay their putted prospective troubles at the govern- j that mcnl's doorsu-p. The worst of their fears, iis expressed to .liiin.-s M. Dorali. director of In ilustrlal alcohol. Is the minister i Kepn seiitallv.-s of so..... of th. IncllldlUU Itllp peri's of New Vork. and Anbenser P.llsh wllh ilai-'. dinner was served by the ladles of Hoth the dinner nnd entertainment were enjoyed by the Lions and others who i were present. A one-act play by Ibe spe-rli debt payments to the I'1'11''" deparlnient of the college and States after December I.', unless numbers by the r.i'in iher plea for recoiiblderatlon I" were popular. Tin- net11 their lain- l hack for With Ibis wiis coupled a extra inimbeis. nn from the AnnHi'l" Interesllim feature was war debt comnils I Uie presentation of nii-rll bailees to commitment tin-re nielli a stiit-'inent Hie adnilnlslratlon wolili! inn lit- ii" the citizens. I'arldnu 1 the lltlle her- sent pivM'nl a lefn their motor car ne.ir hank. Hie while rub- the neuro Inside check. While II W.IH sed liv W. W. IHb' OU." died. levellllK Illx pls -1 ISSUES HOLING of Mr. Hoover iiHked no exl- n- p.KISTOW. NOV. slon of Ibe moratorium, such as Dally IJecnrd sjiys It lias bus been soiuht by Furop- j learned from an ant hoi Itallve can powers seeklui: suspension of that tl. Weems. slat- pa} nirnts due Dcceuiber 1 i, ...isin ,-i. mnv In1 a comproml The iiiivlliii: pioceeiled upon the assumption that Iher.' should he nit suspension of December) ijecord says Weems has pa> til-ills totiillnt.aiound nom amonu a IHIIII- iMio.lllili. Ibei- nl dcnio.-iat> for i ecouinieu Some nf the reported they bad sum-sled that Ihe president himself coulil properly lecelvi- Ihe of foieUn nations and others concernlin: l war ili'hls. and mako a report ill-' rcctly to the conur-ss. rather than appoint a commission lo do. this work. I On leaving the While House; Secretary Mills told n- porters bo planned to confer with C.OM-rnor lloosevelt It- fore the latter this iifleinoon for There had been "a wide divis- ion of opinion" In cabinet room parley, he said.___ SAN ANTONIO. Texas. Nov. 23 bank vault nt Handera III mll-s northwest nf san An- tonio, was blown open by dyn.i- mile last nlthl and In rash remised by who csciipcd. LIST. "I I.T) Captain Wolf Rune von Gronaii arrived hi-r- from Frlcdrlchshaf- t-n this nftvrnunn. completlnc a around Iho world which ho Ir-'iisut er. may h'1 a cbolc- for of Inlerna (or Oklahoma. The says Weems jl.....'i pi'-' I her o! d d.illon to the post as a solution ,if the difficulties limiheil In candidacy of M. McCool. ileiiiiicr.itlc slate chairman, and Hubert I. Iloleti. fornu-r reM-nne coll-dor under Woodrow Wll- on's admiiilslration. '-I'1 former lumh.-rjack. Major 1'.. Grjimnier. ber-tofor- unknown In political 'company. I- pi-parlni: today lit t.ik" HP bis duties os t'nlled stales' senator from Inulon. 1 Til- wl.lt-' haired lum- 'berman was nami d y-st-rdny by idiiv. Uohuid II- Hartley to fill 'nut III- unexplied l-rni of the Senator Wesley L. .Inn-'e. until Ills dcjith last Satin- bad represented th-' still.' Giilns of points wen- sii-tain- :IoTlflIIIM or two OKLAHOMA CITY. NOV. 2 i.l'. A suit by Ib.......... land at Slrlimtow.n on which proposed sub-penitentiary was to he biilll. cannot b- instituted ex- mil on direction of Hie governor -or the le-lslatiire. the iillorn-y ueneral's ofllc-- d.-elded loilay. Tin- supreme court held r-cent- H the boaid could not us- the al- as one of not dictating to Ih- Id'-iuorrals In the senal- and Ib- house mull his administration jjilns. He was, hnw-v-r. wlllln- t-t discuss his views nil Hi- ap- lol- slil.ie time lo Hi-- altitude of both m.-ills toward Ihe American debts. Tin v IsMied no communhiue hut Hide wen- Indications that Fiance and Great Itrlliiln will adopt j, commtiti policy with the ohh-c! of an eM-nlfnl iidjinlment of the entire Issue. II w.is learned on i-.ood inithor- lly Hull at the last cabinet it was decided Funice will tnl- low a policy similar to F.tmland's. Kimland has Indlcjiled Ihal she :xvlll PHV the lusl.ill- mem due liecemb-r I If Hi- Fulled Sliites cannot postpone Ihe due dale. Tl-ls helps to vpl.iln recent n- ports that Premier H-rrloi It ready to pav the December Int-'i- I est if lit- Hoover moratorium hi 'not prolonueil. The pr frb-nds siild loilay Ihal he I to stake Hi'- III- "r lllfi Koveti incut on this Ksii- if Inlormallon was thai he and Lord Tvrell await Hi- offlPlal results of tin- conference yesHTllliy between I Presld-nt lloov.-r nnd C-ineniorj HlMls-vell before IIIIIIOII Ill'l im th .course which I'lanc- am will lollow. tioiii the liluucr ol and bis kill -r n slmiillaneouslv. ninii look crowd o: n from every part of lo Ihe froiil of Hu- ll del cd a ml Ho, lo to Hi- slutted for Ibn sounded from second wbll" OF BFFiy QI cu Nov. COI.I.KCTIIINS GAMILIM-: TAX OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. i.T With nine days' tax yet to be collected, revenue from gaso- line tax sources for N'ovemln-r al- ready has exceeded that for the entire month of October. Mdren Cornish, tax commission chair- man, announced today. Thus far this month ban been collected as compared with in October. Cratniner's appolnlni-'iit Hie republican numerical contr'-l of the senate Hie short session, and perhaps aildeil an- other supporter in the cuiise >f Ibiuor law repeal. AllhoiiKli Ill- major refused to commit him- self. clos convinced lire." "I friends sjild problbltloir Is a ____ _ -k MAY TI.OSF. COOKIF. T Okla.. _ l pi CU-te P.amlolph. shot Sun-, liiiy at the John Gllley farni.j near Stiiiirt. dl-il In a McAl-s-; ter hospital last nluhl. hrlnslns the number of fatalitb-s In th" Khootln: affray to two. llaymond Simpson was Instantly at the farm where li'i and Randolph Into an ar-.i- inent with Gilley. who Imm-dlati- thereaft-r surnnd-r-d to offi- cers Jit Stua't. r County Attorney Italph Itusey siiid b- w'as pr-parliu murder cliarses. Gllley. who sub-leased hi11 fiirm from and Kandolph Is told ot fleers he shot In defense fal'-iof his hotn- after ordering Hi" 'two men. whom he said 'drlnkinu. from the premises. IIUISTOW. Okla. NOV. 2H McAb-sler 1C t Milt Ml t Ml ii-..... i proprlallon for pr'.son sub-stations proachlnu ".-Hsloii. ,d cell blocks to construct an In-; From all Ih- Iscussl, il'-ieiidenl prison. Governor Mnr-llban two hours of It In riv he would ask tln-i House and even more In Ihe N.-WJ leils'lalure lo provide speclflciilly, York Kovi-nior's hot-I sun- j olila.. Nov. for Hi- hranch p-nlteutbiry. jth-rH -m-rKi-d only one ofllc a I Fred Hanseii. assistant attorney stiil-inenl. Issn-d from the u hit (i said that under the; House with Ib- approval of bo 1 J court's derision the board still Hoover ami Mr. IJoosevelt In in-iv use 1 niiu fur additional i in words. It Willie Holl-c Sllllenielll ace Aldrbhie. n customer iy Hie wounded i obher molor cjir. .lust its they iliiiii. ii fiislllad- oiilsble and tin man dioppi-d. Meanwhile. II.......uro robbi-r. i-.iilnlnu the motor wns biilf iwa> dim n Ib- si reel. l-Ivel y iwejipon was liiin-d on the mo- lehill" and the driver, i.....-Inliy wound.'il. threw up bis hiuidn. Th-1 car pin tit'd Into a curb atl'l hlopped. The bull Wiis recovered W'le-e II was diopped, III Hi- bank, when the second wlili- robber I-II. When iiiiihuhini't-s from till-- iniiib r-moved the it-ad and of tin- whit- wad l-i-adv ted still alive. Nolle W.IH Ilol-y Is on- of several nil- neuro III Oklalinm.i. H has Mio residents. Se.nltiol- county officers wen- Hlllllllllilleil lo Okelllilb Ibis llft-r- to view the of Ihe and Hi- man. who refused lo talk. Th" three robbers semi tlerliii; mound Hi- bank..ilr Holey Tiifsdav. Jake sluiins. lice chl-f ;it Semlnole. liolllled of I leers here Ihal h- mlalil V1'. Idenilfv one or moii' "I pel RUE TUilKElS TO ofi Hi- WASHINGTON. Nov. 2H -KlM- fat turkeys, th- -If wi'11-wlsh-rs. have come to White. House to form the center pier-- of the sliiipl- Tlianks-lv- ins dinner tb- president and his vlf- will -.it tomorrow. Tb-; choicest will h- by chefs. White Holts- ciiarlty will Kd thi four. i To Mr. and Mrs. Thank-divine will be a day for OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. I __ Mrs. II. C. Wilson. I I lor operaT-ir here, was I leal condition today, i.T) Tulsa count v "officials today j from burns n-c- Ive.l In an ,-d Attorney" General plosion at her shop bewan last July. I ilsKell Allorilev itener.ii PVIIIH F.VANSTON. Ill.-lleauty til- IH-c-nt per pound tax I The blast was b> only skin deep, but read about must be paid by, leak. nlsht. a what happened at ati Kvatiston bitnity shop. A thief broke in during the nluht and took: One manicure; one hair trim- mint: with the electric trimmer: one s beauty clay treatment; a lib- eral dose" nf lipstick and rouce and pnwder. Money was spurned. a Kansas City. inuntifarliir-' Ins company which s-'lls Inrae Miiantltles of th- hutt-J substitute- to ii Tulsa cookie company. Officials of Hi- cookie company Gnvi-rnor My thr ex- perts, will havr a more Import- ant rolo than I'rfsldfnt Hoover In HIP nor.t short >esslon tit Consress. Mayhp that's tht Inf.. ed county attorney that Confess. Mayne ura s ...e -._- If th- lax were Imposed they on photographers caught HIM" were Imposed they would have In close their plant. j l nit I offering thanks and resting -'-ll! "with plenty t" eat." a presl- auty par-identlal secretary Mid. In a crlt- For Ihyn It will he Hidr last mifferiiu Thjjnk.sclvlnc day In -xeru- tlve mansion heforn Pr.'sldpnl- elect and Mrs. Itoosev-U arrive March 4. Tbfre's a time and plaro for a coonskln coat, consld-rlnc HIP temperature in tho bleachers nl football panics t Injun days. ______ Greatest remits for the amount Ada. "The president and Governor Koosev.'lt traversed l-niMh (h- Isubjecls mentioned In their I-I-- k-rapblc communication. It Is I that progress hiis h'-eu The president confers with Ih- in-ni- 'b-rs of th- congress lomoriow wh-n the subject will be further pursued." Thus It was officially announ- ced that not only war debts hot j world iirmainent and Hi- t-d world mon-tary economic conference had h'-en -on- Similarly around Hi- tabl- 'if ...lected' Mr- lioos-'v-lfs hotel room tl." it.! exl-nded beyond debts a-id oth-r'ni- Inlernatlonnl field. Th- dent-elect told his fellow d-inn- llooTi- cratlr allies ne tn-ll-v-d that wit.. a sharp slash In federal bud- set and Hi- enactment or tn- T legislation In the approaching short session of the budset could It- hnlanc-d. H- said h- hoped a farm re- lief procram alone Hi- lines of his ram paten addr--" at Top-ka and Sioux City, would b- -nart-d and llst-n-d to nn expressed d-- sir- from spver.il that n sp-cial s-sslon next year could be .ivnid- eil. Tim first day of tin- president- elect In the national capital slnci th- t-l-cllons was n succession of colorful, hlstory-maklns events. Murray to Intervene In the lons-drawn-oiii strike w'ltb tin- of "sUnlir-: up" non-union mines by t.i" union. There has been virtually no re- cent picketing and only one at-i( rest within the laxt 15 SOLI BT flOGTIOH YOUK. Nov. A Jewelled pi-Uilalll 12.'HIM worth of jiowiis seized by stotus men from p-aisy iklns Joyce heveral years ago went 'slat- operatives reported. l under Ih- haiiiin-r of n f-deial Sb-rlff Hob lackey said Hn'i situation was well In hand and Indlcat-d sp-rlal withdrawn from nfflcers may b" tb" area. An edict from bis office som- auo fiilt a slop to night plcl in Hi" liclnlly of tho Messliri inlno. at M-anwhil-. however, or oiien shop wot kings d-clan; their policy remains unchanged. Governor Murray Intlmaled Oklahoma some sort today. The ociiiL-oiuil pendant, wllh diamonds and with a InrK- In tb" center. May I.'.. IH22 three days lifter she liinded her- nn th- S. Maim tanbi from Franco. The government nl Ibe Hum charg-d Miss Joyc- fnlb-d to de- clari; Hit! plauiie among llm aril- she purchased abroiid. I'ro- -us led. diirlni; soiiirht to olt- Cllv vesterilay that loused llllKiitlon of Hettlement was '.n which Miss Joyr nlght but he declined to reveal what the iiegotlatlons CHIcTGoT Nov.   Every y-ar for tiiii-f-ii yarn Mbert K. Felion propo-ed ma-- Miss Pearl Norrls, sho charced and then married anoth- er woman. Sh- gnvp her as- as nntl nsljpd for In a br'-adi of promli-e suit filed yesl-rday. LITTLK HOCK. Ark.. Nov. _f.T> A. H. Hanks, senl-nc-d on- yi-ar In prison with th- collapsp of his hanklne orcanlratlon In was nor In ronnecllnn huco erant-d a pardon liy 
                            

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