Ada Weekly News, May 3, 1934

Ada Weekly News

May 03, 1934

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - May 3, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE AD A WEEKLY NEWS * VOLUME XXXIVADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1934 NUMBER 5 VARIOUS POINTS France Center of Greatest Disturbances; Troops and Police on Duty NUMEROUS CASUALTIES Demonstrations Less Violent in Other Parts of Europe And America WILL ROGERS MAKES i UNITED STATES HITI HEW HOLE N01|ES M SAN FRANCISCO, May I.—UP) Will Rogers drew applause that neared the proportions of an ovation as the curtain dropped on his first appearance in a straight legitimate stage role here last night. The actor au#l humorist, who; has played many motion picture! parts, was cast as Nat Miller. I quaint, quiet, kindly father of aj good sized family in Eugene j O'Neill’s “Ah, Wilderness.”    _    ~    f Rogers did not deviate from j Press Expresses Resentment of the lines or tin* role and sue- j Statement of American cecally merged Ms well-known j    Attitude individuality into the part. This Country Stands Squarely Upon Treaties and Recognized Rights JH SILENT SIEVED JUBILEE OE (By The Associated Press) Japan followed the lead of Great Britain today in indicating it considered the controversy over Japan's “hands off Asia” policy closed. A Japanese foreign office com-j munique pointedly ignored a r^-    —    I statement by Cordell Hull, United Civic Clubs to Join in C elebra- states secretary of state, reading: tin" 25th Anniversary    !“In the option of the American ” rxr r    i people and the American govern- Oi College    intent, no nation can, without the assent of the other nations con- (By The AitMiriated Pre**) Police and soldiers threw a ring of steel today around demonstrations ceiled in many parts of the world in observance of May Day. Paris, Madrid, Havana, NY a York and Chicago w«*»*r tho calef centers of activity. The French capital resembled a military camp- a* 30.000 police backed by 10,000 troops with machine guns are armored c irs were called to cope    wit i    dis-i Plans    tor the Silver Jubilee 'cerned rightfully    endeavor to orders.    I week of    East Central were discus-1 make conclusive its    w ill in a situ- A policeman died    at    Anger    iii Bed a* Gu‘ Chamber of Commercej&tion where there    are involved French provincial    rioting    in meeting    today. As outlined by Dr. tbe rights, the obligations and , • ,    i ..... , .    m    !    Rinse ll eld and his committee at which nearly leu persons were    ,h(. tentaUv„    plans estimated injured.    t    call for    a    celebration    by all    of the More I run l.e 11 perrple wt *    jfdvjc    ciP|)s    ()f Ada, various    turrc- assigned to special duty again;-.    J ,|OI|8    a,    ^    College,    and a    grand violence in connection with rat-. finale by ttie Cltamber of Com-liesand parades ut communist ? merer following the graduating and socialists in New* \ork. I exercises. Precautions were taken to Kills Dog, Restores Him to Life the legitimate interests of other sovereign states.” In London it was said that the League of nations is determined to carry on its project of cooperation with the reconstruction of China. Press Resentful The Rotary dill) will start the j The Japanese press, however, ‘GHOST' FILINGS Regular Candidates Irked by Action of Men With Duplicate Names FILIPINOS HCCLPT NDEPENDENGE BILL HEFLIN BEATEN. WILL FUE PROTESTS Walton, Johnston and Rogers Among Those Affected By Maneuver OKLAHOMA CITY, April .TO. CP)—Former Governor Jack Walton, confronted in his currgnt race for the democrats gubernatorial nomination by a last minute filing under the same name, said today he would seek to have the state electio.i board strike the identical name from the ballot. He charged the filing of Jack Walton, Turley farmer, was inspired by friends of Gov. Murray to “harass me.” This met emphatic denial from the headquarters of Tom Anglin, MANILA, May I.—LP)~Without a protesting voice, the filipino legislature today accepted the United States’ new' offer of independence as embodied in the Tydings-McDuffie act and pre- Former Senator in Third Place pared to set up machinery accessary for self-government. Under the terms of the measure, signed March 31 by President Roosevelt, the filipinos will obtain complete independence by 1945. During the intervening years a commonwealth government, to be set up probably next year, will govern the islands. rail show In Race For Congress, Figures Indicate GRAVES FOR GOVERNOR Present Congressmen Apparently Leading Opponents For Another Term McLaughlin Reported to Have Confessed; Four Under Arrest; Two Sought BIRMINGHAM, Ala, May 2.— CP)—Former Senator J. Thomas Heflin of Lafyette had only a mathematical possibility today of another shot at his “political comeback” in a run-off democratic primary in the fifth congressional district, as mounting returns pushed Major Joe Starnes of Guntersville into second place behind Congressman Miles B. Allgood. With 176 out of 246 boxes in the district reported, including three counties, complete but unofficial, the former senator who CHICAGO. Apr. 30.—CP)—John J. “Boss” McLaughlin has confessed handling $53,000 of the collected from Edward was defeated for re-election in guard against bombings in Ch-t week.s <(,ebfation with , spPcial    resentment    of At^s cage where another * 5    I    program on Friday. May ll. Thelfirm Mand 10ward the Jal,an€s, lization ot pol ie** strength was gunday following Bishop Moore of, .<bandg    cbjna”    policy,    the ready tor any eventuality    jjbe Methodist Church, South, will j reaction being in sharp contrast Citizens ot Spain laid in sup- preach the baccalaureate sermon to tbe raanner in which word of plies for the day because of a    at the First    Baptist church. Mon-jQreat    Britain’s    willingness    to general strike end a government**    dux at noon    the Kiwanis club    wilt idj*op    tile    w’hole    mater    raised    by decreed state ol alarm which j have a special celebration b^^’tthe Jananese foreign office debrought a general shutdown. gram. and the Lions will follow claration of‘ Vpril 1? wag receiv-TUousands of Cuban soldiers    on Tuesday    with a program    fea-|ed took special precautions against;    luring some    phase of college    life. j Ja    *8    newest Pronounced dead for four minutes on April 13. Lazarus IV, mongrel terrier, breathes and eats again, slowly coming, back to normal life through the genius of Dr. Robert E. Cornish, young California physician. Put to death with nitrogen, the terrier was brought back to life with injections of blood, adrenalin, and heparin. Cornish, shown here feeding his “patient,” is optimistic that he has found the means of restoring life. w n **»*«««»    communique, bombing of foreign property in ,nPtJgra    which    reviews the recent declar- Havana after requests for pro- M be .    .d”,    f1    .    visitor*!ations of Foreign Minister Koki lection were made by Cite.    ^    men^the?l",rota-    .    *mb“*J,do.r Joseph C. at noon of the same day or that    °f,    'le J'"EfA State-s an(i Police Take Precautions Enjoy Program at Busby whom the governor lias ; picked    -Z'pnVif    hanker the fed-1 *930, after being barred from the to succeed him, and Anglin join- Bremer, St. I aul Danker, rue lea .    because of nnnnsincr the ed several other candidates In Ural bureau of mvest.gation d.s- ?D28 presidenUal ticket poUed oTPSSin"mv8oSter°Sr l''e purl)ose | McLaughTin was held in JIo0,- 5,376 votes Allgood led the * *    OOO    hnnH    Cqtnrrlav for TOtllOVRl to    i    ,S    4    S    "VOtGS 3.11(1 btilT* Walton predicted “Mu-ray a,,.:: “?\’dfo^iunUr the” Lind-1    had 6,766. his crowd” could obtain the 1^;^“ kldnaXa Set    Heflin    on the    returns carried necessary signatures to ;De!g>    /    *    •    recover J only his home county. Cham!.- his own petition and Keep met    .    »-    d    slft bins ers, in which seven boxes were second Walton on the nallot, bntj"”^*    of    thehansom I BIRMINGHAM, Ala., May 2.— CT) — Former Governor Bibb Graves and Major Frank M. Dixon of Birmingham, making his first alerted he intends to go to    money The “hot” currency was court in that event to establish    found on wllliam E. Vidler. a hts right to use the name ex-1 gambier, last Thursday. elusively.    ;    Melvin    H.    Purvis chief of the Rep. Will Rogers, who won chicago office of the bureau of in-the congress-at-large race in1 v estigation, announced that Mc-r i p ca race, today apparently 1932 by an astonishing majority,;Laughlin had made a full confes-; were headed for a run-off on June also has an opponent of an‘Si0n of his part in the disposition;12' .t0 determine the democratic identical name in the same cam-    , of portions of the $200,000 ran-    jnominee for    governor, paign this year and is expected    som paid for Bremer’s freedom    i Tabulation    of 1129 out    of    til© to contest the second filing. Oth-    after 23 days a captive of kid-1 ”.186 ballot    boxes in    the    state .States and German officials A “state of siege.- si mi I a- to    meeting    of    the'Chamber*Ambassador Sir Francis Lindley  »J.. i i  ......  Ji./Nt.iul    (    bcAiio    ii    _    nr    I    .mat    Dritain    woe    on    timon    * Against Disorder and None Appears locatin- the institution will be Tokyo had the last w*ord in the celebrants marched today    to,^ue5!ts enjoyed a pleasant nieet- vveen }ieid The Horace Mann gradua- l)ast fortnight** international ex- demonstrate tile unity of the M»g Monday afternoon and eve- martial law*, was decreed throng*! 0f Commerce in honor of those0* Great Britain, was so timed' NEW YORK, May I—</P> out Argentina. Workmen oDserv- men and women who lived in \da an(1    as    to    give    the Japa- Under the survillance of 1,500 ed the day with parades and as- 05 years ago and had a part in    people    the^    impressjon    that    j    policemen,    New    York’s    May Day sem bites. Disorders were feared bet     I    ---- ------- —...... opposing communist and socialist, ting exercises will be on Wednes- changes, leaving definitely on the factions in Panama. To avoid day.    .records    of the world a declara- clasltes, authorities arranged for The meeting of the chamber Ll011 °T Japan a unique position in them to parade at different next Thursday will feature better aa ^ sla"    ....    , times.    .    homes, C. E. Conning and J. Hugh|,_ Demonstrations scheduled were Biles will provide the program Lodge, Informal Talk By Judge Orel Busby (From Tli«*M<l:«y’ft Daily) Members of the Pontotoc Coun-v Schoolmasters club and their 1 ", "    ,    .    ’    .    f    cr./    r»tinn uin inin tho Hitota last Sunday by Ambassa- cancelled at Santiago, Chile, af- The organization will join the.    Ioser)h r Grew in Tokvo ter three davs of lighting be- junior division in putting a aor “°.septL    in    J0K>0' ter iaree uavs ut itfeini    ,    ,    h , h 5 tu(i i eat_ stated in effect: tween workers and police which donkey bal! tub    Sat    Firg^    U)at Japan i8 still a has resulted in four fatulit    •    1 Rntled°e Dr O H party to treaties for the maintc- An extra guard    I    Miller and C. K. Hamblen‘will go Iian(*e of Chinese sovereignty; the presidential palace in Me..ic ,    thp    matter of a ritv bal, chlbj Second, that treaties cannot ho D. F.    f0r this summer, and make rec-; legally “modified or terminated” In Moscow, War Commissar ommen(jations at a future meeting, except bp the processes agreed Voroshiloff issued a    May    Day    —    - * —--- upon    by    the contracting parties, proclamation hailing    the    red    nri 1 Tri rnMnMr    land; army as the “merciless defender HH I I M ► rn||jU|-    j    Third,    that the United States of the soviet union, adding, “long ULLE. I LL Ll IIUI1L live the red array—the powerful j and unfaltering guard of prole-, tartan revolution/’ Berlin made merry as Germany working classes.    |    ning at Busby lodge in the    final Officials took the usual pre-! meeting of the school year. cautions, carefully guarding all public buildings, and the offices and homes of well-known capital- During the afternoon the teachers assembled as they drove in from classrooms all over the ists to prevent possible violence, .county and front neighboring They also routed communist counties. Thev pitched horse-and socialist paraders along paths sh ^thercd at card tables or which did not approach each J ,t(|()d am,    d , other, fearful lest tile clashing! ...    . -    ..    ...    . credos of the two croups mivht I talfeing informally until ev-ening precipitate disorders. VALUATION RAISED OKLAHOMA CITY, May I - ; has certain rights in China and proposes to keep them, i Although both the Japanese (ambassador and the Chinese minister in Washington had no immediate statement concerning the At the proper time Hugh Nor-. ,    ,    ,    ris    sounded    the    rail to eats and The commumst p^rade began on, [lie teachers parched past the open air buffet to get their succulent steaks and other tasty items of food. Later in the evening J. \rthur on Union Square. Tile socialists marched today Madison Square, the city’s other soap-box sector. zTlie communist parade began on the downtown water-front, to the music of bands and drum and bugle corps. “Down gave Graves plurality of less T„    .    « ,    *    .than    12,000    over    Dixon,    with I our men were in federal cus-|Judge Leon McCord of Mont . er candidates have opponents of napers. similar names. In addition, namesakes of sev-;tody—McLaughlin and Vidler a1- tMrd The    r.„ves eral other notables, such as Hob- ready arraigned, and two others: rfi    ni    .    , en E. Lee and Andrew Jackson awaiting the issuance of warrants j    returns will appear on the July primary charging them also with Jon- trnm    nf ,ho ballot.    . ispiracy. _—   -J purvis said the government had OKLAHOMA CITY, April 30 'recovered $3,400 of the ransom. lh—Supporters of Jack Walton,,They found $85 of it Saturday on £on" from 65 of the 67 counties in the state. Congressman Lamar Jeffers of Anniston, from the fourth district, after trailing all night forged ahead of Judge Samuel F. Hobbs of Selma this morning and former governor who is seeking    young Jack McLaughlin, 17-year- the office again and Rep. Will    0jd son 0f tbe erstwhile West Side Rogers, incumbent congress-man- n0litical bo<^ Purvis said Still I 'TUi morning aim at urpp    viotnrv    under    a    poiUlcai uo/^’ i.v 18    showed a majority of slightly at-iarge wnose victory unaer a more was found    in    possession    of,mnr„ thnn    ' popular Oklahoma name aston-,phillip Delaney,    whose arrest    in ished politicians two years ago, McLaughlin’s home at the same were expected today to open a time the “boss” was seized be- quick fight against primary op- ;came known onlv today. ponents with identical names. j Delaney, the fourth* accused of Circulation of petitions urging    conspiring in the disposition of I the state election board to strike    tjie ransom, was alleged to have    ^a!T.    }'    .    /    Pllver in    Gie the other names from the ballot    handled $24,000 of the money    dlstnct    wlta    3,534 votes    trom 71 was anticipated.    that passed through    McLaughlin’s'    2boxes    in    tile    district, A farmer Jack Walton, of near hands.    \ 0 0,1-8    foi    I et€^    B.    Jarman,    Jr., -    -    -    I secretary    of    state, and    113    for from 107 out of 220 ballot boxes in the district. The slender margin he gained from the first reports was maintained by the veteran Congress- Turley, filed in the democratic The government is hunting two Thomas H. Maxwell, of Tusca- governor’s race against the form- Oklahoma ex-convicts, Arthur!. , ‘ u ‘ rrn«AtV ‘.VraeiA'o i V** Zn governor, ousted ten years ago Barker and xVlvin Karpis, as the t °fa‘TT 0    .    . Herron of Francis presided ai anj_» ____  A.    H.    Carmichael,    representing working man. STOLEN SAFE DUG UP BT OFFICERS hrMHon undeT^h^'nazi5 re^Rn^^o ( —Assessment ^ of the ^oi1’n'| American stand toward the mod-] Square was a study in blue and j preme court of Oklahoma, was oration lino* r im nan 7**“ western Bell Telephone Co. was;ifl, , Vinnftn(100 __n_v    „amo      A    .    .    •    -* mieeches and demonstrations rn il%nr__CAd 7ir ,.nu nv„r .,,0! ‘bed Nipponese polio, there came nf the im moved lot of the    *1;746/0001    °\er    t,e*from    Senator    Borah    (R., Idaho) praise of the improved    101    1933 tax valuation    by the Staley    quick stalement: j equalization board    today in its;    nj jjke jt very much    and find    . largest    boost of any public    util-1myself    in full agreement with'symbolize communistic principles. He [ir.t rxplg ity’s assessment.    ji,.*’    °    _    t],°A,Sand    unf‘mploye(11 preme cosirt of I Tile company's properties were J x?ie league’s London lieadquar-assessed at    $18,300,885 as cora- ters made its stand known today pared with    $16,554,830 last year. I In view of    the declaration of T!ie company lifted its property British Foreign Secretary Sir — __    —    jut $16t€65,388 in n voluntary j John Simon    that so far as the mwrnnn    niria    ai iv I___< pi, return.    British    government is concerned /J    <(l    J.p \ve i, v U. i el The Tioard also voted a $333,- the incident provoked by Japan’s Md two amliants    today unoa'rth-1 OOO increase in the tax valuation ; restatement    ot 'lier    China    policy od a J.100-pound    safe that con- Of the Lone Star Gas Co., an- ie closed. tained $5 000    when    stolen    last1 other utility    which has    been    pro-. British official circles backed year from a bank at Oxford. Kan.. \ testing    rate    reductions    for more up this    attitude, jointing out that at the same farm near here    where J than two years. It    was assessed; Sir John.—who is a member of several long hunted    criminals at $2,533,404. An    investigation League ot Nations    council— were captured March 15.    j of Hie    Southwestern Beil’s j emphatically    denied Hie new Jap- The safe was concealed under charges \v*as ordered by tile I * 13 J    pronouncement    would pro- a few inches of soil and some legislature and bas been in prog-i^^,*J ®midoyment of foreign dirtv straw in the farm batn.)ress un(ior direction of the    cor-' advisers by    China. Ca^e took it into    Sapulpa to he ] poration c0mn,is?|0„ ainee    July' 11 is accepted rn    London    that opened and examined. He said he t}jiit veaf with the informal meeting at which it was I    ^    corporation    com-    actual    abd,to,ors of the St. Paul    etghth    distrlct(    „„    return8 marchers decided to have the first meeting ^ wa3 further‘ complicated, A report that the pair had been'from. 5» of 209 ballot boxes, when a second Will Rogers of seen in secret custody of Purvis I "ah lea(‘ing Judge J. I red Johnson, Jr., of Florence, 2,664 to 2,135. NR A.” some of the shouted.    I    of the next school year on the Gaudy floats—an innovation—! second Tuesday in september, appeared in tile parade. Union; Orel Busby, justice of the sn- Report Roff Man Involved in Bank believed several other safes stolen from stores and hanks in Okla- j boma, Arkansas and Kansas had j been concealed at various places about the farm. Glenn Roy Wright and Pat Collins. two of those taken in the raid, now* are serving life sentences for robbery with firearms, while others, including Charles Coiner, alleged former associate of Ford Bradshaw, robber recently killed, were taken to Kansas points for investigation. GILES REDUCES FORCE Kays ItiMluction Made Necessary by Small Allotment For .May OKLAHOMA CITY, May I.— (/P,—Ordering a 50 per cent reduction in his headquarters administrative staff. Carl Giles, state FERA head, said the reduction was made necessary by reduced appropriations for May. Again he emphasised that no new workers are being added to FERA payrolls, adding that existing rolls are steadily being reduced. Claims aggregating $250,00<* in unpaid obligations of Governor Murray’s federal relief administration have been presented tor payment, Auditor Sam Brown ie-|i.s In the hospital, where Hie ported.    lelder    Vian    died. Japan has officially withdrawn from the “hands-off China” position voiced by a foreign office spokesman April 17 and that j Tok yo’s position is correctly stat* led in a later note of interpreta-Robbery in Texas lion delivered to Great Britain (and the United States for Foreign f.p Minister Koki Hirota. red. the    blue    note    supplied    by    the! present and spoke for a short fringe    of    policemen,    the red    by time, bringing to the teachers an bunting,    banners    and    signs    which; informative and inspiring ad here a species of art designed t°',tress. ained why the su-this state is unable to Ii old hearin gs and hand down decisions immediately, stating that the court averages 1,200 appeals annually, many more appeals being filed in this state than in older states. He reminded the teachers that the opinions handed down on constitutional questions do rot always represent the personal sentiment of the justice wrhj is writing the decision, but that he lj | is preparing an opinion on a iawr , in consideration of Us constitu-(iv tionality as the law was wfritten milled about the square There was no disorder as the communists marched toward the1 square. As they wound through j the financial section of downtown I Manhattan, they received an offering of ticker tape from their; “enemies”—tile capitalists. Ardmore, left his filing blank in over the week-end wots denied by the democratic congress-at-large federal officers. race at the election board offices and dashed out again. The filing period closed Saturday, with a record total of 1,257 candidates under the wire for the July primaries, but there is a five-day protest period. Confusion Is I Protest OEN. HUGH L. SCOTT The veteran George Huddles-! ton, who during his many years* as representative from the ninth (district (Jefferson county) has weathered many storms, appeared to have ridden out another, and , to have escaped a runoff. He had a clear majority in re- LUKE EEA ANO SON T ARMORY RAIDED SHERMAN. Tex., Apr. 26-Sheriff J. Benton Davis, whose deputies captured Raymond Hamilton and T. R. Brooks here yes- leidajr, planned to leave for Clo-1    ^    ARS AW,    Ind..    May    2—(.Pl— Ms \\ M„ tonight to assume CUK- Thirteen .45 calibre pistols were lode’of a man held for a bank Ilu,88l“S from the national guard robbery In this county.    Ur.nory here today but whether Davis reported that chester I they    have    been    added    to    the    arm- Deliste of Hoff. Okla.. who faces fment of the fugitive John Dil- Lfrr ll. it; Tjt 1    1    *    11 n' > ti r VI' lr r» nhtnino,! covoro charges of robbery with firearms in con robbery tional Bank March 9, had been WASHINGTON, Apr. 30.    , Col. Luke Lea, former senator i by the state legislature, from Tennessee, and bisson. Lukei At a time when the I nued Lea jr., today were denied a re- States is turning trom many of view by the supreme court of the the old moorings and launching action of Tennessee courts order- into untried waters, the higher ing their extradition to North Carolina to serve sentences imposed on them in that state. Lea, formerly publisher of Hie Nashville Tennessean and for many years a dominant power in Tennessee politics, was convicted in North Carolina in August, courts aie faced with questions of gravest importance as tlicit’ decisions will have much to do with safeguarding, strengthening or making effective new administrative policies. The speaker closed wdtli an urgent appeal for the teachers linger, who obtained several bul- t wi i«u brei j w *7“ “V.rVoV, I let proof vests at the local police necUon    J”-*2®    station April 13 was a question r of the Whitesboro Na- ()n wl,ic!/[)0lic(, decllned t‘0 s„ec_ u late. Whoever stole the weapons walked in an unlocked door, went through open clubrooms in the front part of the armory, and broke open an inner door to reach the arsenal. caught there with a quantity of currency. Arlie Frazier, Sulphur, Okla.* and Calvin H. Smitt, Roff, Okla., are held in jail now in connection with the robbery. YUKON, Okla.. May I.—<aT)— A Rock island motor yain plow- OK LA HO MA CITY, May 2.— CT)—Purchase of Herb Kelly, out of today as a safeguard to the nation’s future. ed into a truck carrying three^f|eb|gr an(j Charley Moncrief, wood-choppers here today, killing two and injuring the third. The dead are Frank Mauk, 42, and John Vian* 58. J^ff Vian, 36 pitcher, from the Tulsa Oilers was announced today by Secretary E. J. Humphries of the Oklahoma City club of the Texas league, in a straight cash dea1. The price was not announced. 1931, along with his son on! to tafce an active interest in charges .growing out of the failure J polities, to keep in mind their of the Central Bank & Trust Co. j bjgb caiHng in setting attitudes of Asheville, N. C., a $17,000,000; of bav:iC honesty and integrity in concern.    lbe boyg an(j girls of the schools Lea was sentenced to imprisonment for six to IO years, and his son was fined $25,000 or sentenced to from two to six years imprisonment. OIE TIEED WORKERS TO MEET AT OIL CENTER Pontotoc county oil field workers will hold their regular weekly meeting at Oil Cent“r Friday night, according to J. C. Mitchell, of the Allen local. The organization will be completed and temporary officers elected, Mitchell says. He also urges that all men who work in the oil fields be present at this meeting. Unnrpoprfpntpd rnnfnsion would WASHINGTON, May I.—UP)—; ports from 139 out of 235 boxes. be    rinsed    both for voters amt    Xote(1    both as    an I,ldian fi^hter| judge James E. Horton of be    caused    both for voteJs an(*    and as    a friend of the red man, Athens who presided in the sec- election officials by the identical    r Qpntt i«    *    it    J    „ I rh inos arp mfldp    MaJor    Hu-U1 L*    ‘cott 1S dead* Iond trial of Heywod Paterson, names unless chanaes are made.    Tbe    former    chief of staff of one of nine negro defendants in Petitions bearing IOO signa-1.,^ armv had h^n in Wattpp (i,0    ,,    u    i    imams in (ll pp*    rn net    hp    filpd    within    the    tlle arm> had    been    m Walter    Hie    “Scottsboro case.” and    set lures    must    be    tiled    within    t.    Reed hospital    here    for two    the    death verdict    aside led    his five days in order to strike    t ie    montbs because    of the infirmi-    two    opponents in    the eighth    ju- lot* Then to'rematnon the hal-'ties of Ms 80 years’ He die<l Iate,diclal district on return* from 38 lot. TEien, to It main on the a jast night. Princeton, New Jer- out of 120 boxes. lot, the challenged candidates gey was his home    j    Horton    had    676    votes;    Oceola Four decades    of    picturesque    Kyle of Decatur,    with 465;    and military    service began when    Scott    A. A. Griffith    of ^Cullman,    w ith Gov Henrys    Johnston    ousted    Inewly    ^radllated    from    West    408. The vote    did not include    a in irs and now running for! Point* plunged int0 the 187f» , single box from Morgan county, congress alarge and c B& Fill- * ^ioux expedition and the follow-1 scene of the trial and Kyle’s congress-at-large and G. 13. bul , driveg a ainsl the Nez Perce home. ton, former assistant attorney ,and Che e Indians.    I     ^__ general and a    candidate for sn- Ag Ja ag „    commissioned    Aff Anda nr    And preme court justice, said they    by {he    Library of    Con gress, he i    HHC©    Vici would Hfht it out at the polls cal]ed h,    f with candidates of similar names. :lo a ,as[ par]ey at Browningi w’ould have to submit petitions of 1,000 names within ten days. Two other candidates, former The opposing candidates are ^ Montana. There he conversed j Henry Johnson. Stephens county j .    .    .    . Drimttlve farmer, and Elmer L. Fulton,' ”,    ,.;    ...,    'E.,    !1.PT , I \ Spelling Awards To Be Presented millier, ahu U11UC1    x    k**8-”*1*    ianeuaee which would have dpt-I    Huff,    county    scliool    sup- also a former assistant attorney jsj1^d wjjb users.    erintendent, today was busy for a general.    j The strange method of expres- time affixing hi.^ signature to a i/ pone J nith, rn nil sion> which Scott was the only!,uimb(ir of certificates to be >ears old, accused oldei op on whUe man master, was writ- awarded students in Pontotoc ents of sponsoring the Elmer L.       I    county schools. MCALESTER, May. 2.—    — Mrs. Lydia C. Jones. 92, who lived in Montague county, Texas, as early as 1854 when frontier clashes with Indians were com-; mon, died at the home of a daughter, Mrs. T. E. Wilkins, near Kiowa, late Tuesday. Funeral services w*ill be held tomorrow at the Wilkins home. Springfield, Mo.—Mary’s lamb followed her to school, but May takes her goat firmly in hand and leads it there. No, the teacher doesn't object —for May Devereaux is the tea ten indelibly into motion picture film. Knitted Snake Fulton filing and ex-Gov. Johnston, declaring “there should be a remedy,” charged that “somebody has put the idea in this man’s head to file against me. The law makes no provision for differentiating in any way In the case of filings under identical names.    ,    Officers    hastened    to the home Tom Anglm, Gov. Murray s 0j ^jrg cjiarjes h. Thomas, candidate for governor, issued a They had no    trouble.    The statement today saving he w*as “snake” proved    to    be a knitted adverse to uncertainty and con- bejt coiled in the    grass.    Yes, One    group of    certificates will go to    students    who have not been absent or tardy during the school year. The number of these Denver “Theres a big snake. js about up to normal despite inin    my    back    yard,” shrieked    a    roads    of measles and mumps, feminine voice in the ear of ani Huff states operator    at    police headquarters.!    por    tbe jjrst    time under his administration. Huff is making special awards for proficiency in spelling. The attractive certificates will go to a surprisingly cher at Bowerman school and takes her pet goat to school for I runner-up for the democratic fusion at the ballot box” and declaring the election board should “find a way for the voter to easily identify the person for whom he wishes to vote and his vote should be counted for that candidate. “Any willful and deliberate filing for the purpose of confusing the voter should be condemned and punished,” he added. W. M. Darnell, Stillwater, the children to study. (Continued on Page 4, No. 3) Mrs. Thomas did remember dropping the belt. Doubling Up Denver — Arthur Taylor, taxi driver, got only one passenger when he called for Mrs. Ronald Heath at her residence. Before he’d driven far, Taylor found he had two fares. Mrs, Heath had given birth to a son. Taylor sought the nearest hospital on the double quick. large number of boys and girls over the county. Huff offered these certificates in order to induce more interest in spelling generally in the grade and high schools of the county. Nineteen states had nudist colonies last summer, but they're expected to be outstripped by others this year. Greater returns for the amount invested — News Classified Ada. ;