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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLYr NEWS VOLUME XXX1I1 ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1934 NUMBER 46 IPHUJG TOTAL Loss of Life Now Estimated Be- twcen and Thousands Injured WOMEN IN BATTLE Government Claims to Have Situation Fairly Well in Hand Now VIENNA. Feb. ist women fouidil grimly through- out the night beside their men against an overwhelming wave of government troops. Tin- death roll In civil war mood somewhere between 1.000 and l.fiOO Ibis evenhig. There arc uncounted of Injured. Tills Is entirely (ifflcliil but W.IH arrived at through conversations with government officials, army officers, and a per- sonal Inspection by the Associated Press Htaff on the scenes of war- Tare. Today, after a short lull. Ihe battle wan remimi'd through Ktrents Mill Uttered with Ihc- dead. Women In Hut lie The women fought like old pioneers of the American prairies. A government troop commander said they bellied carry munltlon.i .inil reload rifles of their embat- tled husbands and brothers who fought from (he windows of their llOIIICM. Their rriilslance wa.-i by artillery. "There were plenty of Innocent said one officer, "who had no choice but to go through iin> The stale of civil war between the soclalM.s mill Die runt limed serious throughout lhi> nation, but In outlying reglo'in the government rapidly appeareil to be gaining the upper hand. Chancellor Engelhert DnlHuss. determined lo retain control of the government, declared the sorlnllyt flghl was "madness." "One may nay said DollfUBS. llilH undertaking linn entirely failed and that thn position of the federal government Is stronger than ever." At Llnz. one of the Moodiest spoilt In llii1 rebellion, the govern- ment was definitely In control. The government carried out Its threat of death against the rebels when a conn martial sentenced a -13-year old shoemaker to hang. Trnoiis In The government, .iiimmonliig all available manpower to Its Hide. poured reserve ironps Inlo the capital. Elsewhere In the nation, the situation was believed lo be com- ing under governmenl control. However, spokesmen for both the government and the socialists confidently predicted victory. In governuieni clrcle.s, a re- organization of the rahlni't was discussed and it was expected that three iiieinhers would ed and replaced by men of radical They are Dr. Karl lltirescli, iiilnl.Htrr of finance; Schniltz. minister of MIC- l.iI welfare; and Dr. Hubert Ker- ber. minister without portfolio. The governuieni outlawed Ilfi .societies and associations ot var- ious descriptions on the grounds that they contained a socialist membership. Income Tax Bill Outlined WASHINGTON, 'Fob. Here's gist of the much re- written Income tax and Internal revenuu bill: Provides uniform normal tax of 4 per cent on net Incomes over for .tingle persons, .jOO for married. Surtaxes, which apply to In- come from partially tax-exempt securities, begin on nut Incomes over at 4 per cent and are graduated up to 5D per cunt on those over Continues 3-cent postage rate for tellers until July 1, un- less the president orders reduct- ion. KeslorcR second class postage effective. July 1, 193-1. Abolishes 2-cent lax on checks elfcctlve January 1. 19I.5. moiitliH earlier than authorized before. Imposes lax on oil of one mill a barrel at the well, UK; same at the refinery, as a meaiiH of en- forcing stale and federal product- ion control. Authorizes payment of per cent of proceeds to Informers on "hot oil." dives Secretary Morgenthnii the 10 experts he requested to aid In administering the equalization fund. I'lngH up nnmeroiiK leaks In provloii.'i Income lax laws, by re- Nlrlctlng allowances for capital lon.1. Income tax paid to foreign governments, reorganization of corporations and consolidated corporation returns. List of Approvals Includes School Repair, Roncl Im- provement I'onlcitoc county's share of new projects approval announced today by the slate CWA administration totals Needy workers over Ihe Ht.ili 'will be'employed with more than f worth of new civil i, mm ms OKLAHOMA CITY. Feb. call for women legislative candidates was sounded today by .Mm. Anna Laskey, former slate representative, as 150 women gathered here today to form the women's democratic council of Oklahoma. "You people Just go homo and out Hie Binartcat girl In your county and m.ikc lier run." she urged. "All 77 of them can't win but we'll set a Btarl, any- way." Tim guest of honor and to- nights speaker Is Mrs. Florence KodgerH, of Dallas, onu of (lift Instigators of the "safe and sane Fourth of July" movement. .Mrs. Kodgers. occasionally lift- ing n lorgnette, said In an Inter- view tliat women "are realizing they are affected by tlio entire scope of legislation." Mrs. Mabel Dasselt, state's charities commissioner ailvlsci! the women to start pushing the legislation tlicy want while can- didates aro running for office, not after they are elected. "I've seen too many of I hem change after they're In." she said. Senate Passes Measure Ap- propriating Large Sum For New Work WASHINGTON, Feb. The senate today completed con- gressional action on the appropriation bill for the CWA and distress relief. It now goes to the White House. 1'lnal action came on a motion by Senator IJnriili (H-Iila) to re- consider :i previous action In ap- proving a partial conference re- port, lie was defeated by a single vote, 12 to 11. The motion ap- peared to have carried, but Sena- tor Tydlngs D-Md) strolled Into the chamber and swung It the other way. Horah -mil Senators rlttiuau (D-Nev) and Copeland (D-N Y) nought reconsideration to send the uccordnlg to the .stale headquarters. Project upprnvnls Included in the latest announcement for I'on- :otoc count.'' an; an follows: Kepalr of athletic field Central Teachers college-, Administrative, Ifoad Improvement, three proj- ects, Jli.Slij. Frisco scbooi repair. Center school repair, S'lll.'. Pleasant Hill school rt-ijair, Oakmau school repair, Kaslcelt school at Lnla) school repair, Francis, street repair. HILL ILLS II1G Agent J. II. Hill anil bis ers will devote next week to plac ing the corn-hog adjustment due Mun llnntcil VIENNA. Feb. first death sentence In connection TV I III socialist uprising was de- creed by a court martial here to- day against Kurl Mucnlchrelter. a old shoemaker and he was executed al p. in. by hanging. lie was taken prisoner In .Monday nUht's flulitlim. At the lln-co hospllal. wliere .Miss Audra Dennett was treated Tue'day for Injuries received In an iiiitciiniihlle accident .Monday night. It was s.ild today (hat her Injuries Included a bruited clu-sl and left a cut lietiveen 4he eyes and scratches and small cuts aboiil bead and on her She was able lo leave Ihe IIOH- pltal Tui-Mlay evening and her condition was said to he uol jer- lous. The (iccldent occurred Jn.Jl routlieast of the clly on hlchiv.'iy Ifl, A car driven by Tom Norrla Is Huld to have met that of .Miss Denned after hi." car had struck. or como near, the rear end of another car traveling, like his, toward Stonewall. uram before tlio farmers of I'un- lotoi- county. To make It j for all to hear Hie i of the nev.- and to take <id- Ivantage of It meetings will he held at various points over the county at which full Infonnallmi will he given. On Monday meetings will be held al and Maxwell both at p.m. lioff and Jesse will be visited Tuesday at 2 p.m. and and l-Tlsco at Wednesday meetings will bo held at 2 p.m. at Allen and Franks at Sleedman and Sun- r.hlne ai Lightning K'ldge l.s ll.sied for Thursday p.m. mid Friday will hi1 the final day with meetlngH ill and Lula at and F'r.uik.M ami Pleas- ant Hill :U measure back to conference lo slrlke oul the provision prohibit- ing expenditure of any of the fund for new federal projects. The bill as finally approved ap- at for car- 1, jrylng on civil works until mid- spring and for replenishing Ihe almost depleled funds for relief granla lo Ihe statea. Allhough no specific amount was set aside for either fund. Ad- ministrator Harry L. Hopkins told the senate appropriations commit- tee about would be needed to continue the civil works pioject until May 1, when It was proposed lo discontinue the pro- gram if employment conditions warranted. There Is a feeling among Dem- ocratic leaders that more money might be needed for civil works after May 1, hut that will have to he determined by clrciimstance.s existing then. During the debate, Senator Kohlnsiin of Arkansas, the major- ity leader, conceded the admlnls WOMAN CONVICTED Drlll.ih -audiences continue to get thrills out of American gang- ster movies. We wish they could Import some of the gangsters too. Michigan supreme court rules that pedestrian, starting to cross a street just as the traffic light changes, has a right to procceit to I ft i- oilier side without run- ning. Still, we preler to be safe iban rig UK trillion was going lo have difficul- ty balling the program. TitTWfEllF PROJECTS STOPPED OKLAHOMA CITY. Feb. state-wide CWA proj- and malaria con- Fltzb'ivh trol, pest and mosiiulto control and Koll erosion ordered abandoned today by Carl Cillea, CWA administrator, auto- matically culling oft workers. r.iu-s said ho was notified from Washington thai "projects of ibis type should lie stopped, effective Thursday nlghl." Meanwhile, congressional ap- proval of the CWA- relief appropriation bill apparent- ly forestalled the posclblllty that (he slate's civil workers would go payless for a (line. AH for the projecla abandoned, (he state administrator Nald the government "plans to halt similar PliYOK Okl'i Fell 1'ro.K'CtK all .states, probably faced a 200.000 from the CWA prison sentence tndav In the shiv- ,l work wct'k Inninrrnii- Ing of her husband, George Itar- cus. for which Illue Klgsby, form- er Muskogee real estate man. al- ready Is serving life Imprisonment. She was convicted of first de- gree manslaughter by a Jury's verdict In district court here late lasl night. She will be sentenced laler. Iligsby was convicted last year. llarciis was found beaten to death on a roadside December 12, I'JSI. The state alleged Mrs. llar- cus and Klgsby bad beep Intimate and conspired to kill he- husband. ISOCKY. OUla.. Feb. Mrs. Hobert Thompson Is Her younger sister's niece. Mrs. Thompson's marriage to her sis- ter's Jiusband's nephew establish- ed the unusual relationship. TFLSA, Feb. A. Illley. vice president of the lliirnstlall nefliiln- Co., died here yesierday. Nullly Of Hi of I'jirl In T Iliivbaml tomorrow night." 11 v thai Ihe cancellation was tho re- sult of objection to federal proj- ects on prlvale lands. The aanllary-malarla control projecl was under Dr. O. N. Ullby, stale health commissioner and the other two were directed by A. and M, college experts. MUST AV OXV.V mu. roil OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. J. M. Springer, of Sllllwatcr. wpeclal attorney employed by Gov. Murray, must pay his own clean- Ing and pressing bill. State Aud- itor 'Frank Carter ruled today In reducing a expenses claim by J-..75. He made the notallon that a cleaning bill Is a "personal ex- pense, and should be paid by the attorney." Springer receives salary monthly. TEXAS RELIEVES TUX OlPROPERTy Estimated 20 Per Cent Lifted Through Homestead Ex- emption Plan 'AUSTIN, TCX.TFCO. Twenty per cent of the properly tax burden wag state lifted from Texas real estate owners by adopllon of an amendment to tins constitution exempting from ad valorem taxation homestead prop- erty up to In value, of- tlclals of the stale comptroller's department have estimated. To what extent the exclusion of homestead property from tax- ation will decrease the state'w revenue and how sufficiently ad- lltlonal taxes levied to span the difference will recoup the loss will not be known definitely un- til late this year, however. Tax collectors have until June 30 to account for their receipts. Texans valued property held as homesteads up to at III renditions made lasl year, leaving a taxable valu- ation for state purposes of Since were not exempted from county taxation, valuations for (hat pur- pose were a de- crease of from 1932. Action was lakcn by the Texas legislature and stale tux com- mission to provide additional revenue to offset Ihe estimated loss. The state levy was Increas- ed from fi'j cents to Ihe maxi- mum of 77 cents on vain- Stale Superintendent Urges Schoolmasters Club to Push O. E. A. Program Increase of Daily Average Out- put Due Chiefly to Oklahoma. TULSA, Feb. con- More than 40 members of the- erai upward swing as the new county school masters club, com-'month got well under way posed of men teaching In the county, were present nt Stone- wall Tuesday night for the Feb- ruary program of the club, with John Vauglian, state superintend- ent, as the principal speaker. Mr. Vauglian spoke on the for- ward looking prospects for the leaching profession, pointing out Fffllfl REPLIES TO In- creased United States crude, oil production barrels In dally average last the Oil I and Gas Journal says, making I dally outpul liarrel-i! federal allowable Is only 000 barrels. Oklahoma wan fur above Its al- lotted 44 produced j mi upward trend despite obstacles -504. 340 barrels dally, an Increus-j and u ii favorable conditions. from the previous week's aver-! Hc expressed the opinion that ;UKO of The' carrylnc out of Ihc educational produced In Kaaf program endorsed nl the state meeting of the Oklahoma Lduca- Tcxas to only barrels, while the three tlon Association earlier this pools increased production month would mean much to tliorron) to barrels: advance ot the profession. This program Includes a Ol narreis, output stable basis for school finance. from to Cullfornlu was above Ihe allot- of barrels, output! The teachers were urged by the state superintendent lo talii Ihe program lo Ihe people of Ihc state, to Inform them of his and what their successful carry- Ing out will mean lo Ihelr schools and lo them. The meeting was held at the Melhodlsl church, where a lunch- eon was served by Ihe women of the church. SloncwuII schools provided several entertainment features and Dr. A. Llnsclield, president of East Central Teach- ers college here, made a brief Im- promptu talk. ailon by the commission. It The next meeting will ho at pave tlio eight-cent Increase to the Kcncral revenue fund, wlillo the tax for school purposes was nt Ihe maximum, 35 cents. The caslon. remaining seven cents of the wan authorized by the constitu- tion to provide for confederate pensions. Officials estimate the school fund will receive less than the realized last year from lam! taxes because of the exemption. To bolster that fund, the legislature Increased from one-fourth to unit-half thi- allocation of proceeds from :i cig- arette lax, which was expected to yield annually. The general revenue fund'H share was reduced from ihree-fourlhs to one-half. The gross production tax on crude oil was changed from Iwo per cent of the market ..value lo two cents a bar-el am] the school fund's share was Increased from one-fourth to one-half, the eral revenue fur.d receiving remainder. The change, whleti became effective Sept. 1, 1933, will not lower the general reve- nue fund's receipts from tluil source, but will Increase mater- ially the school fund, II was cstl- nialed. From tlio previous tax. the schools .received and Ihe general fund during the ftscal year ending Allen on Tuesday, March 15. A committee has been appointed to arrange the program for that tic- LOUIuTIi a dav Irdductllin was down. from 10S.35G to 10G.19G barreU: NEW YOIIK. Feb. Replying to Ihe protest of Charles A. Lindbergh by telegram today, Postmaster General James A.Far- ley declared that If Lindbergh hud been In possession of all the facts relating to Hie cancellation of air mull contracts he "would realize that no Injustice had been "Your wlrt-'on February 11 Mi- dressed to the presldenl has been referred to me for Farley telegraphed. "I am certain that If you were In possession ot all the facts you would not feel thai any Injustice hud been done or will be done." The telegram was made public at Die office of Lindbergh's al- torney. Earlier In the day Farley announced in Washlnglon thai he had sent It, bill said lie would not make II public unless Lind- bergh failed to do so. Lindbergh Is technical' advisor lo Tninstconllnenial and Western Air, Inc.. of Ihe largest all- affecled by Ihe order wljlch 'led existing air mall con- H1s protest in President noose- 140 barrels a day. Estimated dally average pro- duction far the week ending Feb- ruary 10 and a comparison wllii previous week, follows: Feb. 10 I'cb. 3 Oklahoma: Oklahoma Cllr Semlnole-St. Liiuli---- lltmalmler of. 111.015 to read II. Lindbergh received Farley's re- ply al tlio home of his mother-lu- law, Mrs. W. Morrow, In 'Knglewoud. N. J.. and telephoned Its text to the office of Attorney Henry Brccklnrldge. He was not present when 11 was given oul and there was no comment. Total Oklahoma Kit.'Jill TCXM: Helen Bnrriclow, I 1. Leaves Tnkc Part in Broadway Production Julncr Total Emit North Central TexHs I'Rnhnmlle------- KHSI Central Gulf Conn Tntt __ Soulhwtnl 41.310 TolRl Stale of Texm.. Kiinnai -------__...___ ,North 'J7.RIU jduir Coml, Loulilonu.. 47.C.IX 'Arkansas ____.____. il.iulcilf Will Encourage Organization Of Regional Code LEAVESMORETOSTATES Trades and Industries Not En- gaged in Interstate Com- merce Included Secretary Paints Out Obstacles In Way of Cotton Crop Regulation ll-'riim Latest of Ada's talented young artltttH to receive recognition is little Miss Helen llarrlclovv, 11- year-old blues singer and aero- tatlc dancer, who Is leaving Wed- nesday for New York City, where she will be featured In a Ilroad- un- musical production, "The little artist moved to Ada with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Can- natly. from San Antonio, Tex., where she was known on the stage and radio as "The I'eraonallly Illues Singer." In the six months she has lived In Ada, Helen baa become well known In appearances In many local entertainments. It was In San Anlouio that she Simla l''c Sprfnirs lung Ilench _____.__ Eiwooo ---------rmrr nVoo Kcltlcman Hills .____ nemalntJvr 6{ Stale__ Total California .___ Total U. S......___ Incrcoo IM.SOO) TJ.OSO 1I.6UO lIG.OnO 1. 19-J I met Mr. anil Mrs. U. E. I'halon, From taxation per cent! friends of Cecil De Mlllu. movla beer, annually" IB antici- pated for each of the two funds. In the first five, of legal- ized beer, the Mate received In taxes. New taxes were levied on leg- alized horse race betting, expect- ed to produce annually, and on Intangible, assets of oil and gas pipelines, no estimate of which has been mode. Constitutional Inhibitions pre- vented Ihc levy of additional laxes to supplement Ihe pension fund with the estimated 000 11 will lose from the exemp- tion. OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. talk ot a party boll, democratic women neverthe- less served warning on male can- didates today thai unless they hack a movement for eiiual po- litical rights for the sexes, "you don't need to expect'any support from UH." The warning came from Mrs. I. L. Huff, leader In the womein democratic council, which has Its first state meeting at the Huck- 1ns hotel tomorrow. Mrs. Frank Korn, El Reno. Is president. Gov. Miriam A. Ferguson oi Texas, who had been Invited to speak, notified tho committee she could not attend but said Mrs. Florence Ilo.sers, Dallas, will rep- resent her. Mrs. Hogera, one o? the Instigators of the "safe and sane Fourth of Is a former democratic Htato chairman and Is active In musical anil dramatic enterprises. Mrs. Hilda Phelps Hammonn. New Orleans, foe of Senator Huey Long, wired that she will attempt lo reach Ihe city by plane for Ihe meeting. She has been called as a witness In a Investigation In Washing- ton.' The meeting opens al 10 a. m. and closes -with a bamiuet. .it which Mrs. Huff will be toasi- mlmreys. Hesldcs! political rights, the council Is voicing de- mands for Juvenile prison reform old age pensions, laklns schools oul of politics and rccslabllsh- menl of the bureau of maternity and Infancy. director, who recognized her abil- ity and made possible this oppor- tunity for her to appear In u Ilrnadway show. Ada frlemlH Join In wishing this young and charming artist much success. PONTOTOC CD. H OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. An npporllonment of Kifi has been made to weak school districts from gross pro- duction tax collections for the seven months ending January 31. January collections provided for weak schools, tho apportionment of which Includ- ed: Washington, 51 fi; SVmlnole Pontotoc Ottawa Osase Kay Garlleld Sl.5-17: Creek and Car- ter ONION SETS ARRIVE Suite to Distribute Six Car To Needy (inrdeiiel'H OKLAHOMA CITY. Fell. state opened Us cam- paign today lo feed the needy through home gardening. Six carloads of onion acts, pur- chased with funds provided by the last legislature, rolled Into the capital today. Governor Mur- ray ordered that every available .state highway truck be pressed Into service to distribute the seeds to county seat towns. First distributions began this after- noon. Cotintt relief superintendents will slvc the onion sets to needy families who have garden space, the onions were shipped from I'hlladelpiila. llo Mum CKF.n.SON, went the alarm and Cresson's volun- teer fire fighters dashed to the fire house. They were Informed the blaze was al Ihe home of Hugh McCarlney. Transferred from Ardmorc Af- ter Miss Dority's Resig- nation Last Week Miss Mary Cane of Frederick has been appointed supervisor of (facial service In I'ontoloc county under tho succeeding WASHINOTON. Feb. Secretary Wnllnce reiterated lo thu bonne agriculture committee, today his fundamental apportion lo compulsory crop control, but null! he supported Die llnnkhead cotton control bill bccailtte Ihe majority of thu planters request- ed 11. Chairman Jones (D-Tex) sug- gested Hint complete, voluntary cooperation In acreage reduction might resuil from nil Increase In the processing tax and Increased benefits to the farmers. A compulsory plan for raising prices, Jones said, "might cause and be subject to le- FI3UA organization, Mlns Ilocln Dorlty, WASHINGTON. Feb. 13. Tho NIIA today decided to nbiitv- Oon past policy anil uncouraRU the formation o'f regional codes or agreements In I ho trndoa which ore clearly outside ot In- terstate commerce. Hugh S. Johnson Issued this slulemen'. "11 U recognized that In Urn development of u program ot Industrial self government, wlioro national Industries must be or- ganized nationally, we may wise- ly follow the theories underlying the organization of our federal union of self-goveiiilng stales, utilizing national organization and national standards where they are nationally applicable and providing lu a practical manner for local control of local af- fairs." J.istetl Thu new type of code or agree- ments In proposed lo be used for such irades as laundries, restau- rants, (uxlcnhs, and barber shops, but ifol for local retail stores. These, because they handle products, generally manufactured lu Interstate commerce, urc lo remain organized on countrywide Hues. The new policy was viewed at NltA ait meeting the Increasing enforcement difficulties In such fades us dry cleaning, where 't ms proved next to Impossible lo secure compliance on a nation- vide scale and In which lon of violators In especially dlf- Icult because their bUKlueNH Is so clearly outside, the usual scope ot 'uterstate commerce. The announcement Bald "elate eglslutlon should be encouraged o give additional oanctlon to agreements regionally for region- al traded and Industries, and to ild In tlio local application and enforcement of the requirements of federal codes." This was understood to moan hut there would be lens effort' lo enforce regional cades In federal courts. Ill lie Kugle whose resignation became effect1 liiKt Saturday nlghl. Miss Case this morning took charge of the office, muting dur- ing the day thai an she has found the organization functioning satin- faclorlly, nlie plaim no changes In the set-up, al least under present regulations. The new supervisor Is not j to the work, having been trans-1 ferred to Ada from Ardmuru, j where Hhe has been engaged In the same type of ucllvlly. REOPEN COPPER MINES OKKMAH. Feb. old copper inlneit about four miles HoiilhwcHt of Padeu In Ok- fuskec county are being reopened by Walter Jarretl, Oklahoma Clly. Two shafts already have, betii started with a Ihlrd scheduled to pel under way vvltliln u short time. Assays made recently at Ki Paso have showed the copp-.n runs from 1G to per cent and there are traces of silver and gold. The two shafts an; now at a dcptli of about :t5 feel. It la probable that a cni.iher will be cHlabllshed If the enter prise, succeeds. DOUBLE KILLING Kv-couvlct Slnj-M I'cillceinmi, Then Killed by Officers AMAIULLO. Tex., Feb. Grounds, 25, a police- man, was shot and killed hen: to- day anil Clarence Hammond, :tl. ex-convict, who fired the fatal shot, was alaln by police as he tried to escape. was one of four.of- ficers dispatched to Investigate what-turned out to be a family MUurrel at the Hammonds' home. He was shot us the ex-convict fled from the back door, firing. Hammonds was killed an hour later as officers .Curtis Grayn and Sales Coffey found him having his car serviced at a filling station. The officers said they fired when "Another Chimney fire, we'll Hammonds "nullPd his gun." bet." they chorused, and they Now are ,u have were rlghl. .Every year for Ihe f lines'but they'll probably lasl ten years, they've put out one or more chimney fires at his home, they, renaiicd. harden the lines In father's wor- ried brow. Wallace told the committee "ll should be seriously considered whelher a mere majority of col- ton producers should be able to pul Into effect Ihe drastic program contemplated. Further- more, serious consideration should he given UH to Ihe form such ;i referendum should, take." The proposed legislation placed "u tremendous rcaponslblllly" upon the secretary of ugrlculluru In determining whether u major- ity of producers wanted such a program, he said. One of- Wallace's chief criti- cisms ot Ihe measure was "the tendency to freezu the produc- tion of whatever commodity we are dealing with to the confines of Ihe slates or tcrrllorles where ll has previously been he asked "a clearer deierniliilim- llon" of his powers and Vuthor- lly In dealing with shining pro- duction and related problems. MURDER AND SUICIDE s Youth Shoots nml HlliiSL-lr to Keutli HAItT.MAN. Ark., Feb. Murder anil suicide was Coroner Will Ilnnlu-lck'H verdict today In the deaths of John Henry Kulb. 19, and his H year old bride ol eight months, Hazel, from gun shot said to huvei been Inflicted by Roll) after u quarrel over a portable pTionograph. The young wife hud been In vllt'il yesterday lo a neighbor a and was asked to bring her phoiiogriph. The husband object- ed to her taking It, said tin1 girl's mother. Mrs. Den llallcn- tlue with whom (hi? couple lived. A (inarrel ensued anil Kolb taking a pistol out of a dresser drawer fired two shots. Into his wife's abdomen. Neighbors, attracted by ih< shol.s. arrived In lime to se-j Knl fire two HhotH Into his body, liiey told the coroner. TINERS CHANGE PLEA (From Munjio'i. John and Aubrey Tlner. charged with grand larceny In connection with Ihc theft several days ago of four wheels and casings, changed their plea when they were brought before district court Saturday. When arraigned before Justice J. D. Wllloughby tlio two defend- ants pleaded guilty and bond was set at each for. their ap- pearance In district court. In illslrlcl court, however, they changed their plea to not guilty, and bond was set at the name fig- ure for trial In district court. Thu ue. Eagle Insignia will continue to available to firms subscribing lo.lhc regional agrcc- uenls. Thu outline of 'Ihc new policy irovlded that even In Ihc Irades Hiving local agreement, a nullon- il code might bu prepared anil ipproved by Nil A. an the basis Cor the local pacts which should uuku "acceptable uuanltoii tu_ lo- cal conditions." NltA avoided defining the tlio [if arouH lo be Included In the new agreements, but U was un- derstood that many of IhexQ might be limited to nit small a unit as one city. Filling stations and other "outlets for productive enter- prises of u national characjfcr" would remain, under national codes, i Retail coal and lumber estab-. llshmenl.t and nceuclos (or miin- utacturcd products such as- auto- mobiles, household appllnnces'a'n'il others evidently would bo retain- ed In this clues. TEBCiW DIM STRIKE HOLDENVILLE. Feb. Welumka'9 school system was al- most paralyzed today when nlHO bus drlvwrs and one teacher .wont on a strike over failure to re'culva warrants [or lust month's Nearly SOO students In rural districts hitchhiked to school. Some were lute while others stood along the highways all day hoping for a ride. The salary warrants were not Issued because ot Hie recent slalo supreme court ruling which threw the financial condition at small schools Into turmoil. ll OF INDIAN TKItlCiTOItV DKAD. CLAHEMOKE. Feb. "Uncle" Vann Chambers, an old timer who died ul his home, here recently, was burled In u Masonic apron, a family heirloom mnro than 100 years old. Chambers la survived by seven children. He wan barn February IT. ISO at Park Hill. Indian Tor-: rllory and moved lo Coowee-Scoo- wee dlslrlcl In 103. On July 28." 1871 lie wan married to Miss Jennie McCoy, the great great grand-daughter ot Chief TlOBa.' There Is only one" living witness to their marriage, Jonna Duakln. Chambers served an deputy sher- iff under Judge Cuarles Rogers la1 Ihe early days.