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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIII ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1934 NUMBER 44 Former President Doumcrsuej Attempts to Organize New Cabinet TEN KHJULLED Hundreds Taken to Hospitals For Treatment of Injuries In Battle PAP.1S. Feb. jiil i.rlirun called former denl the nnstnn French nournorgiN.- I" Ill-ail government today iinil, It wn.t uiiili-rMlnnil, prepared ii clccri-i- whereby Doumergiie can dissolve inirlUuiii-ni. Dissolution of parllnniuni would lit- followed by now g_rn- eral elections or (ho legislators. WIFE HELD ON GRUEL TIKNTONVIM.K. Fob. 7 I.T) Tin? fatlii.T and step-mother of 14-year old Loin Logstoo wore held today on charges of clilld ne- glect tiller Cotiniy Judgo David had licanl testimony Ilial tlie girl had been clialm-d to a cot In her homo at Intervals for a period of three years. Taken from the custody of lirr fattier. Loeston. and step- mother, who moved to this section three years ago from Iliishvllle. III., the girl wan ordered si-nt to the Arkansas children's home. Dr. C. .1. Cloinmor of flonlry told Judge Cnniptnii lie visited the Logston homo near Hlchfall, at the suggestion of a neighbor and found Lola chained to a col, clad only In underclothing. He was Inld. lie en Id, (lint her cloth- had been from her to prevent her running away. I.ogslon and his wife testified llu.- girl was stubborn and uncon- trollable. and that they chained her to the cot to lieep her home. They y.ild they resorted to this had threatened Pour more pontons died of nion] after the girl once violence loday as the premier ofjlo kill her father. France resigned and President I.L-briin called on a former dent to guide Franco through one uf tlie most alarming crises In tier history. Tim four deaths today bronchi official list of dead to ID persons. the government im- liiiunclng that Fix were killed l-.isl night. One of yesterday's d'.-ud was a woman. Hospitals today lielil ISC of the- riot-Injured; 2K2 won1 treated In hospitals, then sent lioino. I.ebrnii told (iaston Uoum rrsue. TO. to come burl; from his Asks Pardon For Draft-Dodging Son Enormous Sums Contemplated For Various Forms of Ag- ricultural Relief STEPHEN J. McnONOPOIT (Cnprrlehl. 1931. br The Aitnclalril Pun) WA.SHl.Nr.TON. Feb. Tin- handing of nhout a billion dollars to American farmers dur- ing as benefit payments 'for production control and corn lonns Is planned by the farm adminis- tration.' Official estimates covering the wheat, corn and hogs, cotton, to- bacco, and corn loans program-i were disclosed loday to call for an estimated expenditure "r or more than five times tin- spent In Decision on Mow .Tax Reduct- ion Applies Affccls Pontotoc Schools IJecent decision of I IIP slate supreme court In n lax levy pro- retirement In Ihe soulh of France test case will hit all I'nnlnioc and form u new cabinet. Doiim- county schools e.-.copt Ada orgue accepted the charge nfi-.-r j two or three other districts, ac In addition an emergency fund of would be pro- vided for benefit payments to beef and dairy catllu farmers In n bill passed by the house and favorably roporied by a senate committee. In addition, moro payments to wheat farmers under a now-con- templated second acreage reduc- tion would bring the total well above Officials revealed that only J of this would bu paid out of the treasury, If lliefr plans carry through. Iho balance being due to come from process- lug1 lax receipts. Secretary Wallace oven plans on repaying this sum out of tlie proposed processing tax on but- lerfat. About of tlie to- tal going to fanners will bu paid iCiut during January. March and April, under present i "I have passed the three score and ten span of life and 1 know that U will not he long before, I pass on. It Is my one desire to see my boy and three children." Mrs. Kiiiiua Ilerydoll Is shown at her Wynne- fleld. 1'n., home as she wrote these words In a, letter to the president, whose portrait Is before her. requesting that on his birthday he par- don her noil, r.rovor Cleveland llorgdoll. the draft dodger, so that lie might return from Germany to "see me before I die." SUSPECT IKS {cording to Jamos Huff, coun- an argument. Ills appointment to the duty ofity supeilniendent. reorganizing t be government Konult of tho decision on revl- canio shortly after Kdmiard Dala-jslon of budgets for the dler. tlie fifth premier In exactly' school year may be limiting ot u year, resigned post and'.schools affected to novel] look his cabinet wllh lilm school, unless some other political oblivion. jsource of aid Is found. Huff siilcl. In. The decision stales thai In-  others ho would slioiv bom how the job ought to bo lone. Officers are at work clearing up .ho Hnrrah case anil al (ho name line moving tow.ird final solution )f tho robbery of tho Cnalgalo >ank. Ftanfleld paid today. Farmers Still Signing Cotton Contract Papers J. D. Hill, county agent and chairman of tho organization for getting signatures of farmers on contracts for cotton acreage con- trol In the government's program toddy reported (hat tin- commlt- teemen have covered their lerrl- lory and that tho rush of con- tracting Is over. However, the conimlttcemcn are sllll ready to write contracts for any farmers who vrant to sign them, and will t.tko tlnu from wliatevor they are dolui; to accommodate tho cotton farmers of the county. Farmers who do not live r.ear a cammlttccman and who are planning to be In Ada at nny lime In thn immediate future can call at Hill's offlco and there get a contract written ready for their (r'rnni Dnlly) r.len Knowlos, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. If. Knowlos. was severely Injured when run over Friday nfl- 'rnoon by a truck. The accident occurred at the corner ot Tenth iml Francis. At the Ilroco hospital, where lie was taken for treatment, It was stated Saturday that Olcn suffer- ed n fracture of ono bone of tho rnco and several bruises on Ills feet nnd legs. Ills condition was reported good Palurday. The boy Is said to have been al- toinptlng to get on n truck which had Mowed down at tho corner and to havo In somo way fallen so that the truck ran over him. T DEALERS IN MEET Lumber dealers of the ID coun ties comprising tho southeastern district of Oklahoma mot In Ada Saturday aftornoon for discussion of details of tho lumber code tha to bo submitted soon to nation al code authorities. About per cent of tho deal ers of thn district were present Clay Thompson of Oklahoma City chairman for the district, wa present and In charge ot tin meeting. The dealers talked over pro posed measures and discussed In genor.il tho problems nnd condi- tions In tho lumber industry. Tho meeting was hold at tha Aldrldge hotel. TULSA. Fob. to n high pitch by n week end ol slaughter thai killed three of their own number and four out- laws, northeastern Oklahoma peace officers kepi up a relentless search todny for moro fugitives from Justice. The lights of police scout cars lashed through the night In vrir- ous parts of Tulsa as Supulpa and ocal detectives sought n half doz- desperate men linked through lartnershlp or ibelr common war gainst society with three hunted nes shot down at Sapulpa Satur- day night. The names of dangerous gnu- nen, bunk robbers and osc.ipi.Ml onvlcts flow from lip to oar as umors spread and officers drop- led guarded hints as to their dontlly. Jim Clark nnd Frank Del mar, he Kansas desperadoes who es- aped recently, Clark for the sec- md lime, from Iho Lansing, Kan., late prison, wore missed by Just an hour as a posse from three ountles raided a ranch homo at s'cl.igotioy, near I'awliuska, Okla. Ford Ilradshaw, wanted for >ank and highway robbery; Ilort Levy) Cookslon. a leader of the Jooksnn hills band of robbers anil killers and others were said more or less authoritatively to have In Sapulpa Saturday. In Nel- Saturday night, at Chelsea, vhttre an officer and an outlaw were killed, and In Tulsa during L> rest of tho weekend. Even Charles Floyd, tho elusive '1'retly Hoy" who has received louhlful credit for dozens ot bank robberies and several killings, was lamod as a weekend visitor In Tulsa. Film-nils rimmed As the bodies of Aussie F.lllott, Wilson and Hnymond dooro, alias Deuberl Carlln and Dubort Carlton killed In tho doody Saptilpa shooting, wero old for relatives or moved lor >urlal. Impressive funerals for heir two police victims were plan- led. Tom Ilrumloy, ctilof of police, vho died at the hands of Moore, vlll be burled this afternoon. C. Lloyd, the patrolman also kll- ed by Iho deadly pistol wielded y Moore, will be burled Tuesday iflernoon. At Chelsea, Deputy Sheriff Al I'owell will be burled this af- ornoon. Ho was shot and killed as ho and Dud Roberts, nlghl vatchman, surprised burglars al ho door of a store. The body of Ed Clnnton. ono of ho burglars, reputedly killed by ono of his companions, for a large sum of money he supposedly had on his person, was claimed by n >rolher who lives near here. Roberta said that bis shots did not touch Clanton ,as bo was kll- ed by a smaller calibre pistol I red at closo range.. lloy Dye, a farm youth who was ildnaped and whose auto was stolon by a fleeing companion of Clanton, told Rogers county offi- cers the man boasted ot killing ilm. Dye was released ut Forl Smllh yesterday morning after a wild night ride over twisting ununlaln roads. Clcve Clanton. brother of the slain man, s.ild ho knew Ed Clanton bad on his person Saturday. Moore, or Carlln, was wanted for a Jewel robbery ami a price had been sol by foder.il officers for him and his pal. Clarence Hayes. Hayes, whose strong resemb- lance to-Floyd probably gavo rise to many false reports of the lal- ler's activities, was killed pome time ago by an Osago county posse. In addition to reports that Dradshaw was hiding nt the Nela- goney ranch house. Rogers coun- ly officers wild they believed he had taken part In Iho Chelsea af- fray and postdbly was tho man who shot down Clanton and escap- ed Into Arkansas. Uradsliaw -was hunted In Tulsa a few days ago when the bant robber brothers, Clarence and Otis Eno, were arrested and sent to Kansas for trial, and a new search for him was under way last night here. Moore's presence In the vlclnlt> of Sapulpa save rise lo rumors Ihat part of the Jewelry he anil Hayes took from a salesman fron St. Louis near Ilrokon Arrow. 20 miles from Tulsa, might be cached there. A strange factor In tho shoot Ins there was Iho return of Moore lo the neighborhood of the house house from which ho had escaped after shooting nrumlcy'whllo offl M'KEOl OFFERS OLD USE PENSION BILL WASHINGTON, Feb. A bill to set up a pension system designed eventually to bo self- supporting wns prepared for In- troduction today by Ilcp. Me- Keown Mon of 70 and women of 05 would be guaranteed an annual Income of a year. It they had Incomes of their own they would he eligible only to n suf- ficient sum to make a total of An appropriation of 000 to start the program would he made, but every person. now 55 would be required to contribute annually to (he fund If lio expected to be eligible for pension benefits later. McKeown said that plan would assure con- tinuation of the fund after the Intlal appropriation Is exhausted. Tho program would be admin- istered through the poslofflco de- partment under supervision of postal Inspectors, who would in- vestigate the financial status of all pension applicants not obvious- ly Indigent. TO SM MEET Sessions of O. E. A. at Okla- homn City to Draw Many From Adn CASES OUT Decision Ends Prosecution of Cues Pending When Repeal Came THOUSANDSjfFECTEO Cases in Which Final Judgment Was Rendered Prior to Repeal Not Affected WASHINGTON. (.T) n unanimous decision, the BU- premo court held today tliat nil pending federal prohibition casim must bo wiped off llio dockets. Thus, thousands at cnBCH grow- ing out of. the national prohibition law which sllll liavc not been dln- posrd of must ho nuashed. This Includes not only thoso In which Indictments have been returned but tlioBo In which convtctlona' have been obtained and appealed. The national prohibition net. the opinion by Chief Ju'ntlc'o" Hughes paid, wan "rendered Inop- erative" by repeal ot the 181U amendment, "not by (he con- grehH but by the people." The decision u-as In n CHRP op-' pealed from n dcclnlon by Federal Judge Hayes of the mlddln dis- trict of North Carolina directing the discharge of two defcndantu on tho ground proceedings must be ilmpped bccauBc of prohibition Teachers In East Central Stale General James C. Teachers collegu and tho Ada public schools this weolc will drop their dally burdens and RO to Ok- lahoma City for the annual con- IllggH said thu action or the court would require the dlanilsnal -of 1.1. -100 canes. Hn hnd no definite Information. he said, or tho approximate num- ber of liquor capes In fendants hnd been convicted de- but vonllon of the Oklahoma Educa- tion Association. College Htudeiits will ho at lib- ____ erty from classes tit 3 o'clock j have appeals pending and who can Thursday aflernoon until t h o.not now he hold. Monday following. Clly schools) Tho court observed Hint "upon nro being dismissed in llmo for tho ratification of tho 21at amend-, the teachers to get to tho conven- tion scene In lime for Iho sessions. A number of local Instructors have places on the convention pro- gram, as divisional chairmen or s speakers. Dr. Llnscheld, prcsl- onl of East Central, will address lio Oklahoma City Chamber ot Commerce Friday. In addition, several touchers ere. nro members of Important nnimlttees of the association and re leaving earlier thau their fcl- ows so that lliclr respective roups can get necessary business runsactod before the convention roper begins. Group NOssloiiH nnd general lootings tills year offer an nl- racllvo array o[ special discuss- on by teachers from over the Inle, wllh additional'allnictlons rouglit In from other slates. The convention annually gives lio tenchcrs an opportunity to cn- oy renewal of friendships and ro- iilons with those with whom they avo attended school or have aught. Greater returns for the amount Invostcd News Classified Ada. cers wore boating the brush In search of him. llettirned to Ormln Denth Officers reasoned that only i strong motive would have inilucci him to mturn to what proved to (Continued on Page 2, No. JOED.BUTLEfi RT 'ormer Merchant Here Suc- cumbs to Pneumonia While on Visit (From Suniliiy'i Itnllj) menl Hie 18Hi amendment at once became Inoperative. Neither tlio. congress nor the could slva It continued vitality. "Thu continuance ot the prose- cution of the defendants after the repeal of the 18th amendment, for a violation of the national pro- hibition net would Involve nn attempt to continue tho appli- cation of the statutory provisions after they had been deprived of force." "Tho national prohibition act." the opinion read, "was not repeal- ed by act ot congress hut wan ren- dered Inoperative, HO far as auth- ority to enact Its provisions Tron derived from tho 18th amendment by.the repeal, not by thn conffrcsi ut by the people, ot that nniend- icnt." "The peoplo are free to vrUh- raw Iho authority they liavn con- erred and, when withdrawn, cither the congress nor tho ourts can assume the right to ontlnuo to exorclflo> It. What we havo s'ald Is nppll- ablo to prosecutions, Includlne rocoedlnps on appeal, continued r begun nftcr the ratification of ho 21st amendment. "Wo nro not dealing wllh a coco vhorc final Judgment was ronder- d prior lo that ratification. Such case would present a district liicstlon which is not before us." MUST DEFEND. TWO LIBEL SUITS Joe D. Duller, 3.1. ho grocery business formerly In here, died "rlilay morning at the homo of n slater, Mrs. II. E. Hlsle, In Shaw- nee. Funeral services will bo held Sunday aftornoon at 1.-.10 o'clock it the (7asklll Funeral Chapel In with Dr. Chesterfield Turner, pastor of thn First nap 1st church of Slmwnce, offici- ating. The body will bo brought to Ada following tlio funeral service, arriving between and 4 o'clock. Thoro will he a short ser- vice at the ceinclery preceding In- terment. Ilutler went to tho home of Airs. Hlslo about a week and a lalf ngo for a visit. While lliero 10 was stricken with pneumonia, tin; attack proving fatal. Ho Is survived by hln widow. Mrs. Holla Ilutler. Sherman. Te.vus: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ilutler, Ada: three sisters, Mrs. Hlsle ot Shawnco, Mrs. Thor Gunderson of Tyler. Texas, and Mrs. J. L. Spencer ot Oklahoma City; and three brothers, William L. Ilutler of Abilene, Texas, Lulh- or J. IJiiller ot Shnwnuc nnd Lee Duller of Ada. MANY STILLS CAPTURED OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. Fudcral agents In Oklahoma and Arkansas seized twice as many stills and three times as much liquor as In December, i report prepared today by Robert S. Krnuse, acting InvcsllRntor In charge ot the district alcoholic beverage unit, disclosed loday. Tho month netted (17 stills and gallons of tho more or less finished product. In December still seizures wcro 30 and gallon ago, Ninety-one persons were arrest 011 in January as compared wltl CG In Dccombor. WASHINGTON. Feb. C.- Tho District of Columbia court of appeals ruled today that Senator .ong (D-La.) must defend a civil action for lltaal iroufilil by .Samuel T. Ansell, for- ner counsel for tho senate com- mittee which Investigated Iho election ot Senator Ovorton Thu libel ault Is one ot two civil actions brought against Long by the former judgo advo- cate general of the army. When the suits were filed. L.ong moved to quash service ut the civil summons on the ground of Immunity from prosecution while In Washington. This right Is given by tho con- stitution to members of thn sen- ale and House while congress In In session. LOUR claimed. Tho court of appeals ruled, however, that tho constitutional protection against "arrest" of mouthers ot congress does "not cover service of process In civil suits so lone as the service 'does not Involve actual detention the person. The other suit charged Lone with slandering Ansell In a speech on tho floor ot Iho, sen- ate. The libel action charged' that Long circulated copies ofMho Congressional Record containing the speech. DomlncM Dislike Dumb DOFM" Philadelphia The Presbyter- Ian .Ministerial Association adopt- ed n resolution requesting newr- papcrs to eliminate all pictures and articles about "Dumb Dork" motion picture stars. and other "vultures of society" wcro Included In tho roquest.--But the association did not commit It- self an to who might be a "Datnb Dora."   

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