Ada Weekly News, March 8, 1934

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - March 8, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIII IMAN NAMED TD ll POI BRADSHAW Needed-One Body With Arm Missing HOUSE COMMITTEE TEST PROGRESS Westheimer-Daube Test in 18-2-8 at 1540 Feet When Break Occurs NWG FIRST SMID Deaner-Moore Well to South Expected to Spud in Within Day or Two W IT m NG TON. -sident Roo. ogr* if* t<* alt**' gas I Oat <*d the dril reached As it the dept sand is interest stead flu I Krum WpiIih'mIiijV Dally) We't h*'i; -2-8 was re; *s or st in I I od; line. March $—LB evelt today broke another precedent in naming Florence B. Allen of Cleveland to the federal circuit court of appeals judgeship. Miss Allen, now on the Ohio supreme court, is tile first woman to be made a federal judge. The circuit court of appeals is the highest court asid* supreme court of t States. She bore the Senator Bulkily The president ai P. Corrigan of Cl ter to Hi Salvador. k Sheriff’s Office Deluged With Inquiries About Body Reported Found and Murderer Reported Held in Custody; Answer Is—There’s Nothing to Rumors. from the e United endorsement i D-Ohio I. pointed •veland OI Frank minis* Terror of Eastern Oklahoma Killed by Proprietor of Arkhoma Roadhouse DUDE BREAK AFTER ARREST Woman Companion Arrested And Held Pending Further Investigation nm was st nj bed a dept! is not at wl \ |M*Ct **‘ in th 11 y growl it center of al At ped of rn u ho : ca I GUARDS THWART T1 terests in the ii Tin* test is six Hi i* Manahan N Wagner in 18-2-7, to th** Ut lor tin* nounced f< tory bet w« Progresi we 11 in 27-heimer-Da result in or soon ntion . I rf 'Ales n si tv ■s To iw it ions ritically Wound I hree Prisoners and Prevent Attempted Flight mil I ii 11 so We ii whir * t ii. at 1-8, foe puddin i lereafte will de These line in wit ret »• Ie; Of 1- Deaner-Moore I of t III We -it- let of interest across the While waiting of tests now in individual* have They have been ited leasing and Tuesday was davs for th** Garner, county the day 95 ins th**in oil-gas I* deeds, were Ii Resulting fees into the county This is til*1 I filing with the ruarv 22, wl Washington’s offic** was not davs busTncs* , is ext ; ill I r for maud * .WO I Coal >mor a no' to ow a f fir I ngagin g royalty j! on** of th*1 c»ft ic** of clerk, for tniinents. i as*-s and led for re* brought treasury. argent sing except ion ich, cornin Airth day w open, hand ami a mo county, outcome* s, many en idle. in spurn1 > * e busiest Mil1 on during nest *)t mineral cording-$12 5.7.'> FORT SMITH, Ark., March 3. - (.Pi— Ford Bradshaw, elusive badman king of the Cookson Ti ills, met his death at the hands of a roadhouse proprietor at Ar koma, Okla.. five miles from here early today. 1 The Oklahoma state bureau of Criminal identification made the announcement of Bradshaw*® ‘identification after checking scars ‘and other markings on the body * of tile slain man. I Bradshaw, hoodlum reared in tile eastern Oklahoma hills, was Marrli 7 *slain hy    Harper, LeFlore ‘t ’    • ‘    1    ' / county    deputy sheriff and pro- '    .    ^ ‘ . praetor    of the roadhouse, aftc*r 0:11" J* the destterado had terrorized the cai \ k «. | pjace for three liours. " I The    bank robber, killer and ca11gnI.    all-round badman who was a re- escaped o°nMputed confederate of Clyde Barani by means row aad Bonnie Parker, outlaw 1M ‘ couple, was riddled by bullets as F hop and des- ^ attempted to attack Harper eluded a lir* escape in toe \ l* while the latter and officers es-ohifty of the death chamber T0! COrt<*ci him from the roadhouse! the prison    yard    where    they    over- und^r    ]ieaVy guard. powered    an    unarmed    guard,,    outlaw king had been dis- Howard Ba*-.    armed when Harper's brother, With one of the convicts pi* --    Flipped away and notified, tis throat,1 police at Fort Smith, who pro-] HUNTS YI LBF, T *.V Three* of f ix* lemming a break f penitentiary here were critically guard•>. All we re* T)i‘* five convicts Un** No. I c* ll row of a k* > they had prison blacksmith fire WANTED—one corpus delicti, j For the peace of mind of the sheriff, his deputies, the local funeral home employees a n d those whose duty it is to check up on reports of violence for the sake of accurate news recording, a body with one arm missing is needed. But so far, according to all official sources of information and despite highly colored accounts to the contrary, the body has not been found and the murderer is not held in the county jail. Finding of a h u rn a n a r rn, somewhat decomposed, several days ago near Ada resulted in an investigation, which found nothing else, and gave rise to various theories as to the whereabouts of the body from which the arm had been taken at the elbow. Arm Was Found There was such an arm. That fact has been definitely established, and officers are tile physician who examined it will testify to it. But since announcement of the* finding of the arm, there has occurred one of those frequent inflations which take an item of truth and expand it into vivid, details accounts of something that didn’t happen. And as a result, the office of the sheriff has been deluged with telephone calls a nd personal visits to find out about it and the funeral homes have had dozens of visitors come to see the alleged mutilated body. According to some of the reports (all of them could not be traced for lack of time) the finding and condition of the body were about as follows: Analysis of Stories The body of a man was found near the underpass southeast of Ada (between two bridges; on a farm near the railroad) under a culvert (stuffed in a hole;* left on top of Hie ground with trash and brush thrown over it). The body had been dismembered, the arms and legs cut off lone leg cut off). With the body was found the hacksaw (axe) used in the murder, • .itll initials on the saw. On the body was a dollar watch (gold watch) with a dollar in-j side the case. One of the sheriff's deputies was present when the body was found. The guilty man was located and placed in the county jail. With so much smoke the old adage about there having to be some fire proved unavailing ana all of the detailed stories about tin* finding of the body and its condition were shown to hay© no basis. OF 30-HOUR WEEK Setting Up of Arbitrary Figure Opposed by Johnson and Others I JOBS WANTED FOR MILLION Advocates of Measure Predict Speedy Passage by Lower House Distribution Of Free Garden Seed Completed OKLAHOMA CITY. March I— (Th—The state virtually has completed its part of the 193 4 gardening campaign for the needy. Distribution to counties of 15 varieties of small garden seeds costing $43,000 has been coniplet- j Cites ed by the state board of affairs. Forty-seven car loads of potatoes out of 55 carloads ordered have been distributed to Gov. Murray's county superintendents and lo car loads of corn seed out of 42 purchased by the state have been alloted. Necessity of Restoring Former Volume of Commerce With World SPEED OFTER VITAL mg Bai ed tin guard wall w! in a Uh ran to sea I** t wen* s I ascent a knife again* called for bel) attention tattooed at* o shot th* knife. Ti a of F and attractor another th** prison Isoner hold-other tour adder and began to h<> wall. Two of them lot by guards before the was halt* d. Frazier, alia wrying two (♦ ♦(led to the place, walked lo jo • i took lrom him ^ocial revolver and WASHINGTON, March 6.—(.Pi In line with the administration goal for reemployment of at least 1,000,000 more men iii private industry, the house labor committee today voted unanimously for a flat 30-hour week for NUA industries subject to modification by a governmental board in case of labor shortage or “other emergencies.” This was done while criticism —and some praise—of NRA was being received at five separate meetings of code authorities] brought here in an effort to im-1 prove the recovery administration. Before one of the meetings, letters written by Representative Fulmer (D., S. C.) \vere read, advising South Carolina saw mill operators to work on a “common sense basis’ ’regardless of their NKA code. Fulmer told reporters he stood by the letters. The house committee acted af- Home Owners Loan Corporation Has Sent Nearly $50,-000 to This County Jimmie Wilson and Ben Melvin- ; ley, state appraisers for the Home ; .Owners Loan corporation, from! | the Tulsa office, and Olin W. J j Jones, appraiser for Pontotoc and' Creek counties, were in Ada to-day, checking over the details of I the corporation’s operations here.1 Mr. Wilson announced that the 'corporation has already delivered* I to the mortgagees in tills county $40,000 in bonds and has paid ’$7,000 in cash for the payment of taxes. In addition considerable* |money has been spent in making ; repairs.    | ] / At this time the corporation bas1 i pending with it from this county Would Have Important Bearing On Both Industry and Agriculture WASHINGTON, March 2.—UP) President Roosevelt today asked congress for authority to modify tariff rates in negotiating commercial agreements with other nations. “I am requesting the congress to authorize the executive,” said the president, “to enter into executive commercial agreements with foreign nations; and iii pursuance thereof within carefully guarded limits to modify existing duties and import restrictions in such a way as will benefit American agriculture and industry.” The president discussed at length the reasons for asking such power. First, he said, world trade has declined to approximately 70 lier cent from its 1929 volume. Second, other governments to an increasing extent are “winning their share of international trade by negotiating reciprocal trade agreements.’’ “If American agricultural and j ing the NRA meeting iliad called for shorter yesterday, hours a Welfare Organization Receives Shipment for Distribution on Brads Ti aw and a new .45 calibre bullet-proof vest. \tlarked Marlier Escorted by officers, Bradshaw was started from the rear door,    , ,    „    .    .. suddenly j Social Welfare organization in Bradshaw I Pontotoc county Jury Assesses Life Sentence for Murder of Dr. John F. Kennedy ter President Roosevelt, in open- ;17    ff,r    whinh    '    “    r° r*“* »rHaV 1 . applications tor lopps, wnicn    jndustrial interests are to retain their deserved place in this ap“ trade,” he asserted, “the American government must be in a po-* sition to bargain for that place with other governments by rapid and decisive negotiation based upon a carefully considered program and to grant with discern- ifter the I WO 160 instrument HHT HOLDS DOCTORS MAY CHE TESTIMONY OKLAHOM (,P» —Doctor* testify about m**nts if a ti L CITY. AI arc are privihg their client’ lird ]>* ent during a amination, the rilled today. It affirmed a triet court j Udall insurance < Hilda Reed. : prole SUP d t O J ail- • n is pres-! ion a I    « x- me court! Charley Frazier, alias Eldridge Johnson, serving two Iii** sentences from Houston and Red River counties, was shot just above th** heart md critically wounded. The two others wound-* d w‘*re Edward McArthur, ing a ten-year sentence for btry from Galveston, and Finch, serving ten year la iv from Taylor. Ellis counties. irisoner working on the one switchboard turned in nd machine guns and bombs were immediately into play but til serv-burg-Pete for burg-MeL**nnan and of the house when hi attacked Bob Harper, tlien attempted to strike Bill Harper. The deputy sheriff shot bim six or seven times. C. M. Heber, identification expert at Oklahoma City, made the announcement of the identification of Bradshaw in a telephone Mrs. Dora Cox, director for the announc- today ed that some flour lias T>**en received here for distribution among cases of real destitution-As grocery orders are still being given out through her office, she suggests that merchants do not exchange flour for grocery should be completed within 30 to _ . ,    .    .    .    ,    ,    a,K%    60 davs. These loans total higher pay in his plan to restore; in;atel $230,000 in bonds ;prosperity.    ]and m,000 in taxes. I Although Secretary Perkins, I Mr.    Wilson    pointed    out that j NRA Administrator High Johnson many delays have taken place in land CWA Administrator Harry the closing of the loans, in most 'Hopkins opopsed an arbitrary 30- cases    the delays being    due to    the 'hour week in industry, the com-,home    owner.    Failure    to sign    all ! mittee was hopeful the legislation as Chairman Connery said i he would seek immediate house 'consideration. GR EEN WOOD, Miss., March 3. (Ab—Convicted of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment Amid scenes para lelrng con earlier today, Dr. Sarah Ruth j Sessional speech making afternoon won beribers of the code authorities spoke wrong said ! error rm a Tulsa cr moult in on) pa ny Pie all*1 trial judg doctor to tost company abo on lier husba fore Tie took “The rub* niunications’ such alleged cat ions are of third per mal i i per .ify for tin* I an ex ii a few mont out a policy. of ‘privileged docs nor apply privileged com nad** in the pr* tons.” (ii tv dis-__vor of sued by god t ll «* mitt ing a insurance iPtina1 ion A I 1 elepT th** a tear ga; brought attempt further Two pat i ut: were I 50-year county Hill, sen in I rom Ea Prison WI eas ot Ii in toy s* for » esca withe co m- when in discussing doctors da i woman were consulta) ion. rt at evidence rider and an*. pres**nt during rer BRITH INGRESSES BUDGET EDR Nm is thwarted lait i**s. or prisoners partici-t u- attempted break Thornton, serving a tit* ne** from Dallas, robbery, and Robert r pp yearJ for robbery tland county, officials said Thornton husband of Bonnie I’ark-cigar-srtioking consort and die** in crime of the notor-Ivde Barrow, southwestern desperado and killer. Hill is said to Th* tin* last surviving member of the* notorious “Santa Clan bandit” band convicted of bank robbery at Eastland \v iii Ie masquerading as dis-ciples of Saint Nick. Yccordiug to Warden W. \\ • Waid. th** condition ot Uh* three wounded prisoners was “very critical.” Br bd a similar unsuc-attempt by a group of c lo escape from the pris-ral weeks ago. IOU) conversation with lie** early today. “The police had the fingerprint classification,” Heber, “but that is just an Th* matt is Bradshaw.” Earlier police her** and from Oklahoma had tentitively identified the slain desperado as Clyde Barrow, notorious southwestern criminal. Bradshaw, who had held all customers and employees of the roadhouse under guard for three hours and forced them to drink with .him, made the declaration then that In* was Barrow*. tile meantime, with Brad-s bullet-riddled body lying morgue at Poteau, Okla., a giving her name as Mary ields of Muskogee was held in jail at Poteau. She captured when Bradshaw slain. Carthage, Mu., officers had re-e* ntly “picked up” th** woman for investigation. She was ar- Fort Smith po-, orders but instead furnish tile Dean this _ fight to remain free on $10,000 bond pending court action on a motion for a new trial. The court granted 90 days for preparation of arguments on the their minds. Million Jobs Aim Whether the NRA goal ting a million more to work cutting code hours could papers promptly, failure to look after details and such matters have delayed the closing of many loans, the failure being no fault of the corporation. Then, too, mein- such things as heirships, judgments and all such things have to •be worked out in many instances. I But the corporation is speeding of put- tip the work and is putting on new by * men where necessary to handle be the matters efficiently. Mr. \Yil- order-holders with bacon, beans I motion for new trial. reached remained a question, but son announced that an additional and similar foods Otherwise, it she explains, for flour from the social Welfare organization and also from a merchant .instead of getting flour from the former and other from the merchant. It appeared certain a part of the tai ned. Some knowti to be phrasing cooperation. Others, at one or another GIRLS TIKE LEID N JI E 111 shaw’ in a woman Jane I rested, tempt shaw lier. they said. Frazi cessful prir-one Oil se v« sers (id *stl- Kl* for 1934 0 - LONDON. March 6. st ruction of four new and many ot h* r craft ii for under increased I mates for 1934 ann* Great Britain today. The navy estimates total £56.550,001) (ab* 75*',OOO J    an increase * OOO ($14.9"0,0u0). In addition to providing for ships construction pro-rani. t. estimates also make provision f» increasing tin* naval personnel. The construction program cal for the following: Foul cruisers — - three of U new Minotaur typo and on** the Arethusa type; One leader and « ight t* ors; One aircraft carrier; Three submarines one layer submarine and two “S" or patrol type; Two general service sic Two sloop mine t One net layer; Two coastal sloops, and One surveying ship. Under the estimates, ti •* son riel of the fleet will total SE SMITH HIS NEW SHIED LABOR PLS when an alvus mad*.* to capture Bradawl Ids pal, Charles Cot-3he was released shortly. At the jail, the woman, a 22-year-old, pretty brunette, told officers, “ii** lias a sister, Rema Dee!gin, who lives near Vian.” Rema Dee!-in is Bradshaw’s sister. A few minutes later, she -aid, “he is Ford Bradshaw.” Following the shooting, she i told officers “you'll soon learn DENTON, Tex.. Mar. 2.—UU — Ten men and two young women escaped from the Denton county jail early today and five were re-was|captured in a barn west of Den-1 wanton several hours later. • The girls, Evelyn Bartee, 17, and Audell Hamilton. 16, arrested TO days ago at Lake Dallas on burglary charges, picked a lock from their cell door, made their way into the loft of the second floor of the jail and descended into the jailer's office where they took keys from a cabinet and unlocked most of the cells. Ten men and three boys refused to leave. Tile girls and Eddie Bunch, Theodore Hawk and Jesse Lee ,Taylor, were recaptured. Bunch and Taylor were held on burglary charges while Hawk had been objected strenuously to what they that i less “Let’s go slow and give this' thing a chance to work out,”| J said A. P. Haake, Chicago fur- | niture man. “There are lots of you birds j here who are not observing that code yet.” The audience of business men j applauded. J. O. Ball, of the boot and shoe industry, said its code had put the order. DALLAS industry *- He is wanted in sev (Charged with i arms. NEW YORK, March E. Smith, wriling in Outlook,” assails the <• gild labor amendment eral Frankenstein” a substitute lea vin f,. -Alfred tile “New proposed as a “fed-and proposes : child labor GETS F robbery with fire-* OF roy un* the ars regulation to the states but prohibiting transportation of articles manufactured by persons under I sixteen years of age into states where such labor is prohibited. Describing Uh* proposed twen-j iy-second amendment as unreasonable and unworkable and having all the “vices and potentialities for trouble" possessed by the eighteenth amendment, he declared federal “usurpation” into I all fieltjs of activities would be attempted should the amendment ! be adopted. officer who he is. eral places.” Officers Disown Bradshaw Deputy sheriffs Prentice Maddux and I>*\v Williams of Fort Smith, upon learning the roadhouse was being terrorized, bad entered the place as Bradshaw was attempting to smash a coin NEW YORK. Mar. I. — LB slot machine in the establishment, i More than $360,OOO.<'00 in gold As the officers entered with j poured into New York from Eu-drawn guns, they forced Brad-|r0j)e jn February, the first month shaw to take oil his bullet-proof of the devalued dollar. vest, and took from him a pistol.] This flood of gold was set in Both the girl and the outlaw motion by the devaluation of were lined up and started out tile dollar January 31 rear door when the attack on tin* Harper brothers and the sub-seqiient shooting occurred. Officers at Poteau today found about one hundred dollars in bills in Bradshaw's pocket. I ‘The only real argument which J Local officers said there was a ave heard for the child labor I letter in the luggage written While the dollar failed immediately to adjust itself in terms of other currencies to its new gold value, it was highly profitable for bankers to    buy gold in London and Paris,    and bring it here to \n    automatic    shotgun,    a    quan-    sell to the    United States treasury tv    of    shot    gun    and    pistol    am-tat Hie new    price of $35 an ounce. But the    heavy sales of dollars with which to buy sterling and francs to pay for the foreign gold have finally reduced the dollar so close to its new exchange value that profit in importing gold has I GREENWOOD. Miss.. Mar. 3.— would possibly ( j,, £jr Sarah Ruth Dean, 36-a family lo get vear_()],i baby specialist, today was convicted of the alleged “poison whisky highball” death of Dr. John Preston Kennedy, 41-year-food 10Id Greenwood surgeon. The jury fixed her punishment at life im-!called “another pill, prisonment at hard labor. The jury deliberated 13 hours and 52 minutes. Obviously shocked, the woman physician heard the verdict read ! with her hands clenched in her 'lap. She tried to smile as she I arose to go to a waiting room, but broke into sobs as she swept out of the court, followed by women relatives and lier attorneys. I Half an hour later, however, sin* was composed and smiling as she returned to stand before Presiding Judge S. F. Davis for sentence. ! “Tin* jury bas found you guilty of murder and fixed your punishment,” the judge said gravely. “It now becomes my duty to sentence you to spend the rest of your natural life at hard labor in the state penitentiary.1’    / “That is the verdict of the jury. I have no discretion In the matter.” The judge asked if she had anything to say. 1 The smile suddenly gone from her lips, Dr. Dean looked at her attorneys, then shook her head, [keeping silent. “You are under a $10,000 bond, jso I am going to let you go home j j until 2 o'clock, the judge said I kindly. New Trial Sought ! When her attorneys served no-I tice a new trial would be sought, I Judge Davis told them to appear at 2 p. rn., to present their motion. As the Mrs. Bessie widow of the dead surgeon, who charged Dr. Dean with breaking Ale UP her home, came into the court-] room and flung her arms around the neck of District Attorney Arthur Jordan. that at least attorney has been appointed for way would be at- this county, Denver N. Davison, industrialists were Between 15 and 2b abstracts were pledges of (delivered to the attorneys here today for examination. Commenting upon of the size of the five simultaneous meetings, the loans closed, Mr. Wilson says 8 7 per cent of them are for than $3,000 each. ment corresponding opportunities in the American market for foreign products supplementary to our own.” The tariff-bargaining experiment was proposed to congress with assurance from the democratic leaders of support but with a bitter partisan debate in prospect on the ancient political issue. “I hope Tor early action,” sa5d * Mr. Roosevelt. “The many immediate situations in the field of I international trade that today I await our attention can thus be : met effectively and with the I least possible delay.”* Convinced that this is now the time to seek a w<Md-wide lowering of tariff walls such as ie desires, Mr. Roosevelt arleady J has entered into reciprocal tariff j negotiations with several nations, ' principally in South America. ' Once granted the authority he ; asked today, the president is ready to* bargain with other na il! working T ! tions, including the major pow- O KEA HO MA CITY, March 3.— ' ers. (.Pi—Signature-seekers are work- Congressional leaders expressed ing on three fronts in Oklahoma confidence of enacting Hie legato amend the constitution.    nation    without undue delay and The newest proposition is for by the middle of May wtieu Udall old age pension, proponents, journment is scheduled, refiling a proposal offered last as Francis Sayre, assistant sec-June, when the necessary names retary of state, explained the were not forthcoming within the, proposed tariff bill to r.ewspaper- 90 days allowed. Likewise, advocates of I men, its major provisions are state covered in these powers granted DALLAS, aMrch 3.— UP) — Be cause his estranged wife refused to live with him again, Giles S. (Jack) Boggess whipped out a pistol and shot her to death, then slew her aged mother. The marital tragedy yesterday j was witnessed by Martha Julia,' 2, daughter of the Boggess6s\ The child was carried away from I the scene of the shooting by Bog-1 gess' son and another man, who attempted to take ber to the* home of Boggess’ parents in Bonham, but officers intercepted tile party and brought the child back to Dallas. “I simply couldn't live 'without my wife and baby,” Boggess, 42,-( year old unemployed tailor, said I in a voluntary statement to ofti-i I prohibition repeal, who failed re- the president: 'cently in a drive for signers, are* “To enter ii petition. is at it reorga li mo foreign trade agreements with foreign governments or instrumentalities thereof, and “To proclaim such modifications of existing duties and other import restrictions or such additional import restrictions as are required or appropriate to carry out any foreign trade agreements.” He said it includes authority the president to vary exist-( ing tariffs 5n per cent up or .    .    - AC    I down, but this power would be Each petition needs about    106,-. Hmited to three years; thereafter to work with a second Gov. Murray, too, again. He proposes to ize the supreme court. J. F. Nighswander, of El Reno, heads the old age pension campaign. The bill proposed would put new taxes oil lubricating oil, cigarets, radios and fire insurance premiums and levy extra legal filing fees to finance monthly pensions ranging from $15 $35 for women and $25 to $»j for men. I? I for OOO signers. R. F. BLANKS C. C. C. t munition and luLraage was found in the new automobile in which Bradshaw and the woman had come to the road hose. defendant turned away, leers who took him into custody Barry Kennedy,]at the Dallas home of a nephew, A. J. Lacy. “I asked her to come back to me, for the sake of the child, but she refused,” he added. The shooting occurred at the home of Mrs. Bougesses' sister, I Mrs. W. H. Fortson, who was j away at the time. Boggess arid bis wife formerly lived at Bonham, where his father, J. S. Boggess, is a justice of the peace. They came here several months *Iwe™-K^iago, but had been separated ■February 7, Boggess said. Boggess and ber mother, Julia Woodward. 76, had living at the Fortson home. I SEMINOLE CO. TltLUK DRIVER IS KILLED (IP) 4 5, CWA 338 officers crease of 2 J marine polio* md men — 38—and 8M an increase ♦ TOLEDO, Mare.) 7 2P chillish, tool and til* I members of the machinists went out on strik* plant O’ the Toled Tool Co. Union of! men were out. bid in ier-. .1 in- oval : is. Ma* kel g. j i in on I amendment," he said, “is that it J from a hotel at Kansas City, Mo.,(largely disappeared. will prevent unprogressive stales j mentioning ^ie child labor from dav Ma at ine, rials said " company o i II * and 5110 fl eers W el k. iii I* iv 2 50 r their which permit dumping the products of such labor into progressive states where child labor is forbidden.” ENID, Okla., March 7—LB — Pinned beneath tho truck he was driving, H- J. Freeman of Perry. an oil company employe* died in Enid hospital last night short-after the accident. The truck rturned after striking a bridge a road six miles southeast of id. Freeman leaves his willow. i an I lY I OV' on El name of Bonnie Parker and Clyde* Barrow. The woman, who wore a “cowboy” hat, told officers she had just been released from jail at Carthage, Mo. This was verified by Carthage officers, who said she was an associate of the outlaw. OLD AGE PENSIONS Finley Favors Heavy Sales Tax Finance Flan to OKLAHOMA CITY CB—The Veterans of America, headed by Oklahoma Citv, plan Mar. 2.— Industry of Ira Finley, to petition WEWOKA, March 7 Starle Archer, about truck driver, was Tuesday when his truck crashed into a road grader two miles north of Konawa. Archer was driving into the Seminole highway from a cross road. Investigators said his brakes were not working. He leaves his widow, two daughters and two sons. GUTHRIE, Okla., March 7—(ZP) President Roosevelt to submit the The city council early today (subject of old age pensions to con-called an election for March 19 gress to vote on a $1 1 1,500 water bond proposal. Finley said the pension would he financed by a 5 to IO per cent manufacturers' sales tax. Students Select Mrs. FDR Storrs, Conn. — Men and women of Connecticut State College were almost unanimous in choosing Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, wife of the president, as the greatest woman personality in a poll conducted bv the college paper. They also agreed that a course preparing for marriage should be given. since Mrs. Mrs. been returning to the tariff commission. It likewise forbids the chief executive to transfer commodities from the free to duitable or dupable to free lists. Speaker Rainey said the tariff bill would be referred to tbs ways and means committee immediately and expressed the hope that “we will get it out in a reasonable time so we can pass it.” “I consider this tariff message probably the 'most important message the president bas yet ] sent to congress,” Rainey added. R. E. Blanks today assumed the duties of superintendent of tin* civilian tonservation corps camp in Wintersniith park. He was recommended recently for the place after d**ath of L. A. Braly, first superintendent of the camp, created a vacancy. The new superintendent has been a resident of Ada for many j    ___+____ where he has been en- I FIVE YEARS FOR SLAYING years, ga'-ied in real estate * business. KITE TANGLES IN WIRES; ROYS KILLED BRITTON, Okla., March 3 — CB—Two young charges of Ole Methodist orphanage were killed today when their k’te string became entangled in an electric wire in the orphanage yard. The boys are Cecil Hunt, 12. and Carl Spiva, 15. Both were knocked to the ground, dead. L. W. Seaton, the superintendent, began an investigation to determine »f the wire was adequately protected. Lighted Cross . Will Beckon To Easter Pageant LAWTON, Okla., March 3—<T' - An electrically lighted steel cross, 16 feet in height, will beckon the multitudes this year to the eighth annual Easter pageant iii the Wichita mountains. The cross has been erected on top of the mountain where the passion play will be enacted. As in former years, the passion play will picture events surrounding the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Uuw fit ten lotvv Fails to Save Father From Conviction MIAMI, Okla., Mar. 2.—LB— For slaying his daughter's sweetheart, Henry Bastes, 48-year-old farmer, must serve five years for first degree manslaughter. Bastes killed Delmar Fugate, 21, last May 2 5 after going to B'u-gate's home with his 18-year-old daughter. Jeanette, who named Fugate as the father of her unborn child. The penalty was fixed by a district court jury after IO hours’ deliberation late yesterday. Greater returns for the amount invested — News Classified Ads. e ;

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