Ada Weekly News, December 8, 1932

Ada Weekly News

December 08, 1932

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - December 8, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIIADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1932 NUMBER 37 I BUSTING THE 3USTER Much of Meataxe Devoted to Question of Taxation and Budget WOULD CU! BUDGET Recommends Slash of Half Bil* lion and Sales Tax; Silent On Prohibition Washington I >•-*    *    I* ( hriHtmas Market Pool in Colin ty May Surpi I HS Carli cr One ii. Si/e S T 'til Gamer’s Future Attitude Towards Question Matter of Uncertainty VOTE STANDS 272-144    ; i    Change    of Five Votes Would Have Carried Resolution -t*d lo it Itll! «• 2 ooi) not Kid- are to To Repeal ii Ii HOV IV Warm I g a i n " I Inflation • \ - ’ m rom# vt hat* v \v. ii I if reeel veil between?    -—    ———    * jo * ! • , • ii VY VsHINGTOX, Dec. CP* . n,j I , . ti., | loo I a’**    Ti>    a margin >o    narrow that al infirms and Imping* s charm** of five votes would hav* .,ojt I* ii i rid lea 11 ort - shifted the result, the house of I < f t.ocd and possibly repr* "* ntativ**s today def**at*-d the! . t ,,, . * * a i of t ie Gar tier prohibition rep* a1 r* solu-1 tion.    J d;it. j- -.*t    for as    the*    tot#* was 27 2 in its    favor, the till,. vs    here to    to    144 against. nm] j.iid for that ^ two tbirds vot< was needed j a *i no j need    .-o that    to    approve the    resolution,    since. itll t d 1 md* t Iii I a 11 ii of I - \«■ r seen turk- it was for t*' ! s can come st it ut ion. pl J o-e and see “Two t ti*. d. 11 i r**so!i _ ll! ! WOl't ll se"- a I aimniO'd X M are brought I * ,, I I( •**.< I, ii .i Cf Mint xx af Cheers e r< 11a Hers ann are hun* xx Fill*- pro ll lids in one * •1 , I vt need t ept'essed xx I ii b<* th** in* Many * • i*»• I 'ifs to t; Hives ti when the i» ppo-« d f c oxx ii show The ac tune to reach t ’ft'istmart us**. 4t III F 'rom drvs .reeled him. teated for reelection. t la h - o ils the death knell for :*ro i ihit ion repeal in that branch d nm th* short session. Speaker ''.im**! indicated that it would o over to the ro w democratic congress, which is pledged to t ie ji I ii t for sn. Nevertheless, the democratic I ad-rship plans to -o ahead with its loo.ram to legalize h«*»'r for t < impose of I rn posing a tax. Un FIGHT FOR REPEAL PLAN ENDORSED GRAFT RAMPANT IN OIL FIELDS Dr. I S. Mead of Pennsylvania University \pproves Early Vfote on Repeal Reso-    ^    1    *    ‘ll    ‘    1    e lution Will Be Sought in    ''HIL    \    >!    ’Iii    \ D* Upper Chamber STILL HOPE FOR BEER    DI “tit* V w" Believed Special Session Will , Be Called lf Drys Win Now trm r I ini,. rn**.Hat* !\ a\ t h* count j out t ■ t. up.    " Ifs a fast Ii!-* stock show in getting a ch*1* won Idn I bu st. A n flit < *y ’ tie* rod. o and Ii'* ick**y ft N*-il, bronc hust* r. I is plea sn iv of a bronc tim' W VSH1NGTON. D-<    H    I* Til* s.* na I r I od a x I • ! * \ < i to its judicial \    «*«<a-    J    >    t til.iss I* ."'OUI fit pl ope. i    u    .    r*    •* )f th*    I ** *    Ile! V *    I uniting a hun against flu loan. Thi< had ta** n sitgg* st* d as * probable \* hi* I* for cai > -co Int ion debate pr**mi -< d in I se!! a t e, XX h«*l «‘ bot Ll t * 'el can and democratic    had* av : * **d    t o*i a \    that th*    i-s Certainly Ie*    t ti! *-.-!♦    I    oi session. 1 In    th**    house,    nee I Chairman Collier opened i J for Lo 11 nim on a beer bill sponsoring a measure a U«* w; n 1 modi! icatiou of tar Vo! t**ad act Referring of the Glass rosnln lion to coinin’.tv* v\a> t o tit : legislative action of ti * s*mar . this sess-jnn, and came at con , ; . im; **f ■    .    ad    n    »i    I’    *    -I L dent Hoovrr's annual message. Tin* senate cave unaiotuou cons* ii' to til** mm * at the re * (j nest O' S * I a to I t!.1 ~ s I Ii Aa * plan, r* mort levels the .r< farmer four hi n* -- }>i of that val ions voamt i t v I Dr M« . d* ll Dele* effectiv It "I met ll to brin bnsines a lot ?n* ti a-t to iii I ll it I i ’n America! in farm McKeever Charges Wholesale Corruption in Enforcement of Proration REQUESTS INQUIRY Reported Much Oil Produced Illegally Through Bribery Methods DKl. MDi\l \ i'ham * s T it ? tv n* in ' Pi a Citx nit abu s “rot elf i< O’ ti it I JI ll vs . 11 ett * v s* xx cis into Willet i V VO. >. ha** dec Ii limes thai aniotit I' v« r iud cfi \ and busine-" th** I nit***! States is stifferii from th* shrinkag* of farm pi cha"!n - pow • I “The plan is in substatu first, tile’ I* v i upon the con* other t.Erni pi will la* paid stance, by • packers, and ma nu? act ar* cs ll** lh** i \ I. id id Si nm qp.iinni i liiliL r* a* i.t i \ XX ii! Not I ill X ac an* ies in IX >n r I i is IJ ft !v Lr I a LL I ie vice preiddent elect was s* "rely scored by dry s during totoc and Other ( mintirs;    forty    minutes of debate for Would Redistrict State    invoking    the drastic procedure    _    _ nsion cif th* rtilea to Madrid, New Mexico. S one of Materials Furnished by Large ( ompanies Aid in C lass- room XX turk iKI, X IU >M \ VIXY. D* < * I i I * o 11 * d 2 ■ d l" t r force th** resolution to a sot**. No amendments were permitted ,,,, , and th* vote was for and against- TARES MAI I IVES Explosion; Details N* *t Known X et committee v rn a i i a attention" ta* th ion and repo11 on it ll was on the (Hass iv ’ b** end of the las t at i her* was recot d**d -I lime a \ oi* on i Ic* * cousnlering protiihiiion T * r* "OI ut ion propu ti ti.** am* ndnient and Id I \ '<£ I How ’I I»«*>    \    ol**«l VV VS HI NG TON, I tee. a. El’ ll* • - how th* pain**.- Un«•<I tip nu t •• hoi!"* vol**." re mom ilia r** V. finn***! fail fo on. th** AI.RT’Ql I-:HCM E« N, M„ 7. hp Ten rn• •;s w • r** kill** day in 1 ?| *x pl* * <>n in ! i1 * <| Ue!**| U*' (’el"!" 11os Goal coni p milt** ai Mud I id, I 0 in ii* s i of here, said a statement i this afternoon ie. company e i a Is. ALBI QI I IRQ! IL. N M (.lh An explosion in tip coal mine, at Mad! id. N. miles north of he re. ca u * • to a number et miner . *•; ma I es ra Im inti from • i it All available ambulatio m**nt a nd pl \ sici ; us a en from Albuquerque. The company’s office interline reported “eight miners were killed, but ti Public Invited to X isit Displays as* nin*av. Pass, im* is on ( )f Birds hor Rest *>f    I *o n i i n u»*. woo Week Th*1 hoys and cill; in th** Frisco school hav** many interest in ii md attractive things, within their ■ ud in s. to i oo ot Ii* r t hail "d I V "C -ii 00*11 In on* corner of ad* i on in., t ie jm bu tier * moi **    w ihi 111 OO,*o**i ann u.ili\ . o "ss. .J t ut* opin-Ti; isa'" **‘tntu**n hi be abolish* d. a I! *. ! * i “Tiler* ai*- i«h judges in Day * I* ss *1 * st t ut lo san! "On*- i a j enough. There are three in Mio-" kogee county . one is u Jude* MaiGo-w of has t ti t *-«• con nit* ■" in I i" *1 VV \ "ll \    $ J <1 O' the next 111* ad* d 'N. D'C, 7 irm hoard y* ar was • - * - s s t oda \ in Madrid tills morn; Associated Press t lo y about 70 iii* n w* ri    k Sour    MU lits came    in    this    Coin na ny official- morning for the twenti**th annual    Wer* not rennin ion    i winter poultry show sponsored    w-< r . {t w* rk af ti.* by the Pontotoc County Poultry    , lotion occurred . association, and more were    ex    make an *-Cmat"    lo i**i t* d Ciis afternoon. Early en-    niiliat w •• mil tries w*r* of good quality and    m drill id ch o wh n all of the birds are in the    jn*' nom ar* rn o\> competition for premiums will be \ t*d« idiom <-.*'! fro k• "n as    breeders pit    their    finest    ..hon' la mil*    Iron. a a inst    * ach other.    tin- \ -s ..-ii i* d    lh • -s Judging will h* gin at Id    th** tm Lu j -• na    ■ o'clock Thursday morning, aft*-:’    fiulit or nine bodi* ♦Ml|ri*‘s have hia-n closed an hour    cove e*i and t! at a* plenty    earlier.    men, many of thens    I** \ ;us TLi* show, which    opened    this    dead. wet • lr p >* d    i i v i r i * -1    morning, will continue th roo-Ii    fir* pr* vet •* I Mio* Saturday. This year the turk y    fr*>m pen**!’ tit '    • *li\ ision is * \pect**i to rf x ai I the    tm do ’* ly chick* u    d*q»atttnent    in    general    War * ti Po    < • inter* >?. T'sore will    also be a    ins**-' ’“■ junior department,    mediately nter I Th* sn nera! public is invite I    '    1    iif    k i• to visit the show in the Coffman ' '' ‘ •'    1 building on Ea"t Main and in- Pn '' spe*-t the fine displays of choir Pontotoc count' birds. nave arranged an attract!'*• Hading tahh-on which are found an adequate treasure bons* ot interesting honkie!.-', bulletins. pamphlets t anda rd current magazine.- and other periodicals wI * i *-Ii furnish ti. cut wit it a wealth of reading material during their spare time. N mi ct o-co pc o * ■ i '; * i * - — its p lace . not • r art < • I to i ootii a mi >h1s an invitation t<» en* ii child lo gi t his daily ii ssons w *11 prepar- * i ann to com** and se* a bit of tie microscopic world. As im ain in ti ** practice of an, • i: "Mg1 I .• cou 11esy of i he List* r i'm* company'. Pookl*-ts. containing : ■ > i* and pi**! u res to be colored. a\ * ie en I **cei\ cd I ti * i iirotu t * courtesy of til* Quak- iv. Til* •* bmikI* Is l a ll * S, ll also lection o invasion i mon xx i a 11 ion in th* con uunt y\ I > Nill ii* ll u it ii I*'gas to s* ll ii x;i lo Otis. but perm it t iii pi ibu flue*-* in hot"D aud ta •sta * vv ilea At Hid pl ox ide J O! pro a rout d r> -tat*" fro ii j llil fa nu • I' ii a'mr fr*>m w< t ruin Itv I >i an * xci t .iers of food a nets. a tax which    comp In th.- first in-    “II r millers, meat    th** j [ton and •    inurn This tax tile    oaf manufacturers will shift to the **f th consumer by advancing Lits prices, and so that th* tax w Ll appear a - an I bt increased    cost    of IP jim.    bilio: Second,    tm*    j>roc* i ds of    this    •**    * tax will be    paid to th** farmer.    I oil condition that h. r*-d ne*-- hi- ’ ’ -piant*ui acream* **f win at. corn. * gis- tobacco, cotton and other j*n» '** w ducts,    and    tile number of bls    hair* Ilion br*--«11 iv stock, I he>** {armets -e<a who do not reduce their pro*!net how* th* ion will not share in th* tax, In s!ra> qion return    f*»t    a reduction In his    off ‘ ,,, . aer- a for example, the farmer *‘,n!,a “    .    .    i -iii , i, signing up as a cooperator in ta*' 1 bsti plan will !»*- paid. by the govern s    a bush* !,    and he    h*\    “* ad'!it nu- a    iii    ;h*'**    ' bushel of his r b* cause the tot ,1 j*'1 * will b*» r**duced " * w    is s*dlin- if t■t * I t- in Chica-*!. T »** not «»\«*r !!,*i c> ut '    ‘ st tie arx allotm* tit plan. that f 11111 a Mi w it win . runt moIhHotw ! • * * > I * < * t IOO « Mite t ti lo re <I - lo* -a id tax * bi en \ it* - but I can't prox * it " • an rn ii to. \, i \    111lit it >r I o c* ut s a xx *nt i to .out and "tat I ii lf wilt he OUN **!»* ratios d I t Slink nix * af" going to n ii Ii J nix.meed to cr Gam i i s f i e d if I had I -aul at I . S. I >■< * j 11 •*i xx o \ s I d do it til* till* xx 11 ell to aa I IX out th** xx peopl* I - Nov. a s .' - *• \ ; res: sell a X : c* lits, I ie Chi*.! I* pile* pl I-lit** tariff abo.. this f**r**i ii imports xx on bl r!nrk th** ii" la addition, tit** w eat grower xx r t r* c*ax *• | a cents pet bush* ! ? rn ii t lo * t.. t nun ut, givin, him a to TAX PROTESTS TO of I che* v*u i * i ’iou . en in*' a t do*. Un he •. com in t- ion rn rn had declared «*m*- -Aq* ~ lid I*" ? a K *ui i rn no d ia t«* I v I * * tuuito- th* I»KI a ulna mark* I and s.* that Texas ami oth* r xx on I ii not contmtb to ho wh<*!.    \\o*    id" It.i\e" X|.*k»*" stal«uiietit '••in* VV Ila*. p* cia I at lo? for I lo- pi oral ion <b pa * I no el who    has Im    .    ti Ii a mill n.    the -I 'toe    .    f ’od I ’    no. ! it* cnmpaob s in th* ti* bl ti iv I up t,, pro: a tlo!i aud have of t, , I    i’    ie    i    . lim i I on    I x ! • ! »    ■    !    11x'    i    11**» trhn    hav* • Jai a* I alii lh it- d ii*;* i I *•"«*!m ion lo “lano d ck IM‘ I S. "The immediate effi Sa id, “ vX‘ i IJ Ie to spe*'d finn of th** constituti*»na! non t elf Ta, na f i ny th*- lait session. I predict that June I ii will be rat it ie all! ic.I anonol r Ha* * ne* u pa i ii I * d a rot I act i\ * ly atta aged IX s and l i ;;’l claim a V im t lo la I cest < mat* i laD of any ml ut this section aa I t1 I ; «-oJJ*-ct ion I urt tiered t hoir ; hav* written to sud Ti a Md ! OpnlitUf '»• , 'i • <’oiujiany, Th* ii Con puny. The H*o nd x ai ions ot lo r place! ’ * • S i' < i Olin.' ’ ■ * OII I UT ULU* C ountx Officials t<> State C aj>i to! I onicrrow I «»r Levy I )e< iston \\ X lo tied I t Lo ti I - .i x vip** < ll IX ar • fed “I or inst ifI*- - hi • 'OTI SCi* IIC*', hut ti to COO t I ti tie I O VO “lf th!" connu; it i unahl*' to * I lout if mu I olla n x*. ar** to pi-rut it at th* * " ! of t bo te commission ti* permit tin of the rub it the «* I din : , • r\ law x iolat ‘S s In his 11 \Y I In fin    *    I af* th** law oil ad in it s t ti for*’*; the la xx - D \ t * • in ; i h* * v ic* I iv t ion xx lo* ha vt* sup • w * mn I * < ' d fbi" ca-*-ohs that pc he field ll lob HOI S I UN, T* Mr Nett.* Ho--' from antoiiiohii a i**>. SU* xx as *(• Sh* Wa" th* lilt tiro *d eig ht clo id i foil:    w * -an- arui I). drill G: I oi Clat *i* d i *    «•    \ 'out of or c I I V Cfi H find anil cly pf o *■ talk. d ID Ii 'lit ca I* Wa * iodon \\ It mig VI* K*-e%e* l**e*aSf»t*» < a*** STUTE POMM ELECT OFFICEHS ii “to . linnn ald. a ad hoi r>ase or it x**ar id vocal- *-Cess: tv pnroveI ■ pa vro I Co* "tai! \. Cai ex of \da has he* a d di • * cf a: of th** Oklahoma I’oult; x Fed* ’ .mon tor t to ad clit Reports hi was a apa r* ' ignition *>• g Madrid is mountains i .lotion O' i min*- of * 1 Cerrillos Cha is located *1 rid. Tiler facilities in firmed im rn Com nan v •d lint ary * 1 of liter- F* bm; riculture away us oth. r Hubba furnislo s f.uniA thin ti** 2"    \    • i mini for I Lhir-t •ti! lait I* HECRD HE LB FOH r (ULI Lu El ii MIC*! ex jti l ien* * S. II** OJI*' **i w i ic a ran bt* lo * a X *’ JU! "Cfi* d a self * x* people a 't pf J ca "* s w h* t w hole ' a' * * * * Iii*’ forces he •\ *»tid t : heir cont ml , such ii" th* j; r*\» t w a' aud Ct" great de pre* st u ll, xx- Tn rf* ti}*- full pi XXX' * I - of I bt* *« •de na! covet n rn # * it t nus! t>« ♦ A- ’ t ■ cd to pf I*’ »'•* -1 Mu *« Ojlie ! But * \ en ti;* ae tilt i s I Im limited to ait * in* * -• ticy siut"* and must I*** pl oui at 1% ender when 11 n se *1 [angels at* ox or com*' ' T it mil ic IO the field of in** r nation a! relations, the pr< •widen bas been curt aced from :c •* to 2nemploy*’4 V 14»i.n.oi toto appropriation was mad*- for Co* board last J ii v for w heat and cott**n which wast *1 i<t ri hut cd to the n »dx No amount for this purpose was recent rn* t I* \ for I "\t year. The budget d*alt only with administrative expenses. A total of $ Tub*.""0,moi already has V ♦ n made ax ai la toe to the hoard as a revel vin •    *    r* ci    ■ « .'Ct ion o'    of fie* rs by    r    reop*    m d >n    y the organization.    J They said the r Oth*    office:" a:*1    as follow :    of    min*:."    w.»- not lh* - d t. K K Huck, Ok.a- said they did not oma I* tx; \ ice ; r*-"id* ut. R ll. than t* n min* rs xx r o;*T -on Still". :er 4ectvtat x. C at nom was tra I. H Hit/.I a apt. (iuthrie. trea--    The mine is in cr,    C Ii Mc Knight. Tulsa; studded with pine * '« «•■ iou commissioiier, ii K 1 ***’ town fro!? J flog. - Vinita; d: red or district 2. ,,w r a !o im; a * ; v    .    C Wa id, Guthrie, N«* ! H H Hoxgall, Mii"kogee. No v    ' xa    id id. Sayre. ROI HF BINK IT CML Id Mc !** Ofl y r Ac*" TI •nt is in COOK XriHHVTFD Nl’HCI XI .Ii 4 I I* I * ^ri* V'. ,t , A * : "foil 11 I f OU v ol u * # j * I in* - XX . r- i r vt v 11 * e N*-ft i* It i ' it *. f M er g a . Ant* ) ll IO * ii a Jflf, mon H •*' a n t I IU ti**T ID a; »• a * 5 and a w it’ IC’ “ ‘ T How An re w (* ant* ^ - W !* .. f W I f Ii i’iouecr |*lix*>ii inn iknd o;h ralive Mi VMI et" ar* MC dl X ice-Hiabah pa fund for aid to co- i octal ions.    { OKI. V HOM A CITY. Dec. k • Jo"*; (otlttllllill OII I '•** -x- Jog.,. I OKLAHOMA city. Dec 7 - ; <#s—I. l. Cook. of Atoka * m i been annointed bv Gov. Murrav W Moftett. *.4- bio- as ;i s^;ial g,uirt Co ft .... . oklahoma idiysictan and jR fhe guJt -n w <lrh H„ \. Cia Rac* urn. own- a' 1(*"5    here    last    night.    lA^\m\et    of    Ardmore, i- ?    - n** t a I Im    * .-ct Meal mu- H‘ wl    Wednesday    at    i|Je rein<ra!-rn* tit lo t •» bar n v in    '    .    if    st aid*" it    H,tr    r Ktn Two    MfS Oklahoma. p.,    thor-    J r    ,*vnn 3lu1 Ur* B    S Mc .v. )lv ,, Vt.w T ,.x f j g u i * K‘ ,x* in Kansas city Moffett.! Ledbetter wa music xx ic    stop    tho    horses    an s ’ r- practiced medicine in j    ago    as    an    outgrow , s |t    i V rd mo ie for IO y‘-ars    b* fo: e j testimony I moving to OkUhoma City, Justice J. W. C ar' dis I I isKirreH c t intrud" v Frasie n painfti a rresti 'cordii rat t*i sherif' L E. Ft - - — n in the O. O. Gr*-at*‘4t returns I l**‘a* *• at \ii x I **"l i LEEK. Jo n Robinson, celebrating his golden w»d-J ding anniv er-arx. said that keep-♦ i 111g peace in the family has ?*• *-n ,• J no problem at all he stays .one? JI nights. , | Fot A * * years Lo* lias -layed i home every night except on--, “on [ that night I sat up with a sick I friend,’* be explains, FL- never 11 s t an f r 4 W ID. .* IM don't would in** iii tint to d*» w attempt-dee ision as to Flow rid* ne* will to* ill— af a rec*'.-" may be Christ ma - h olid a vs. the amount Owens cunt* supt case. invested — New.-' Classified Ads*.! m-x *taying ‘.on:* nu tt- n the s*-a or a niov i nr* ♦ ciifter customers, an    Vt ut farmers, were forced to Ile on the    t floor    during the robbery. They    much I wet*    \v. t    Carter, Ralph Matlock    trodu** and Juan I ta.-tardo.    [taken f A citizens' posse, traveling in three automobiles, pressed closely' aft* r the robber car as it sped "OUth from Cyril on V. F. High- xx.»y No, 2 7 7. Cyril i- in Caddo county. *_    j, a life    in th*    army.    Just    lh* too:    Greatest    returns for the amount    gen*-rah"    way o*    playing    put-and- invt - ted — New*’ Classified Ad*, tars* i General Chlang Kai-s o-k, head th* Nanking government, or* r*-<l a general "hot after his >oj*> w r* defeated, "t*-rn *h-- »hne. it is explained, wall put ;