Ada Weekly News, July 12, 1934

Ada Weekly News

July 12, 1934

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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma VOLUME XXXIV ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1934 NUMBER 15 TO OUT Circumstances of Death of Former Campus Queen Under Investigation MAN SOUGHT Youth Disappears After Call- Physician to Bedside Of Youni; Woman NORMAN, .n-iy 11. liel thai Msiiian MilK Jii-vesu- nl.l campus l.eaiiiy sit the I'nuei-lty "I Oklahoma, died as n-nll "I au iiltempl to Vent mot ll. 1 liiind was expressed today Co-.iniy Attorney Paul I'pdegratl. liilbivvini: sin all-night inv -esilgalinn. 11- said In- based his llieot.v. si pest n-porl. upon tin- story ot Mis. liiown. cool, fin tin- Helta fraternity, in apart meiil t.iie In id v wa- l.nin.l yesterday sitteiiioiin. slu.illy N.-sil My- eis. si phsii inacy sliideiil. bail snm- ini.ned ii physician and then dis- Slppeaied. Mrs. P.rnwn. said l.'pdeiinill. snl- iiihted Mis- 111'- daughter of M. Mills, an .is-ocisile pro- lessor al the unlvi-i.-ity. hsid been taking a "iiiiack" prepar- ation. S.-aich as enni in lied lur My.-rs, who had come to the fraternity cook'.- dopl. sipsirtiiienl vvilh Ihe girl Monday, lemaining until yes- l.-idsiy alteriioon and li-llim: Mrs. P.iowii thai he and Miss Mills were married. At tin- time, the girl's parents Ihoughl she was ntli-nding a house purly at Tulssi. "I helieVe P.rilWIl'.s SlOIV. as much ;i> she has lold. lo be true." ssiid rpdegralf. who ex- plained he wsis detaining I lie cool, lor limber qiie.-iionin-'. "The antop.-y report will delermiin- ii definitely. satisfied that death wsis caused by overdo-.-s ol this iiiedi- cine. whatever ii is." Secret .Marriage Al Reno, hum.- ol his mother. Mrs. P. P.. Myers, said she hsid learned deiinit.-ly thsil he sind Miss Mill- had been secretly mnr- lieil. She did not know, however. where or when the ceremony had taken place. The tat her ul the 21-year-old student. P. My.-is. hurried lo Normsin and expressed the be- lief that Neal still is in town anil will appear when he recovers Horn panic. "I dolfl believe there Is SltlV- thlng siuainsl my boy." he ssild. "II.- always ha.- been a clean, i spectsibh- yiuinu man." Although relatives of the Mills girl ssiid last night that she was engaged in nun i y I'.ernard llond. university engineering student who lives in Shieveport. La., iriends said sind Myers had been having "dates" lor some lime. .Mullein Ordered The po-l mortem n-port is ex- pected tomorrow or l-'i idsiy from Iir. Hir-h G. J.-ter. assislanl pro- le.-.-or ol medical clinical pathol- ogy at the I'niversity School of Medicine in Oklahoma City. He p.-iloim.-d the autopsy last nighi with Doctors Men Cooley sind K. Willaid. ot Noiman. and lemoved v ital iirgaiis lor analysis. Tin- Mrs. I'lown told a 01 futile attempts to obtain medical aid tor the girl. dating Irom la-t April. I'pdegrall siiid. and nl ;i despersile resort to the ptepi'ra ion wh.-n the couple became Medicine a-si.cial.-d with such wa- I'nund in Mrs. ISiown's home, the county attorney added. Aifeciinnateiy known in O. Miideni- as "r.rownie." .Mrs. Crown by repute i- tin- best cool, on the campus and a eonlidanle ol msiny students. She ha- helped Ih.-in nut nl tor eight y.-sirs. giv.-n advice, sewed on to: iliem sind slipped them helvveen-meal delicacies. Youim Myei-- wa- one lit her Isivorites. said. OKLAHOMA CITY, July 11. i.l-i for support in the rtinoir primary, Marland ptepar.-d to- day to reiterate the ileinocraMc nominee's neutral- ity in stale laces. Howard 11. Drake, who dlref- ed Marland's slate campaign, was work on a statement mil Hull'-: I he policy of tin- Mi.rlaml ramp. Marland started wink, mean- while, in oruanizhu committees 1 in Mudy reform-, in stale m v- leinmeni. He was 111 I'diicn City and his relurii to Oklahoma CUV likely will delayed unlil m vt n'.-.-k. Knike -aid. Hi: plans call tor setting iM1 lof or eiulil 10 aft a program tor suhmissioii In l.-uislatiire in January. ri-r.-ollll.-l of (he committees lilie- I Will III.I he compleled for sl-V- days, hill Marland expects in have deHiiite proposals under consideration liy autumn. SIAMESE TWINS DENIED LICENSE TO WED IN NEW YORK Arkansas Girl Convict Escapes For Fourth lime: Mad Killed Two Men I.ITTI.I-: IKK Ju'y 1 1. Makini; ur.od h.-r thai she would ne'.er taken alive, i Helen Sp.-nce Katun. L'L'-vear old 'slay.-r nf twn men, died In a '-nil Ibattle with l rust v -Miavd s.'Vi n I miles from the wo- linen's prison farm near m-r.- late 1 today. Proposed Repeal of Dry Law Voted Down by Over- whelming Majority JACKSON. Miss.. July Mississippi held Its place a mo tr- ibe dry slates today by si vote of iproxlmately 2 to 1. Incomplete, unofficial 'returns from yesterday's prohibition ref- rendiim showed defeat of the bard lliiuor hill by a vote ot to In fi'.S of Hit precincts of Ihe state. The wets conceded defeat 'iiator W. H- Roberts of Rose- dale, co-author of the Roberts May compromise hard Ihnior If bill, said the result was a "mandate to t'.ie governor she-ills and other peace to make si determined effort to enforce the present laws and end the priycnt unspeakable condi- tions." liy voting dry the people re- buked their legislature. The las! legislature authorized beer ill the- 'same time it put the is- sue before the voters and four per cent I.....r was Just as far as Mlsslsslpplans chose to go in the of alcoholic hever- The victory of the drys In re- taining their 2f.-vear old sla'-- prohibition law barring hard li- iliiors was hailed as a signal 'ri- timph for the prohibition forces ot which C.overnor Sennett Coii- Iner Is si leader. i The governor signed the bill I for submission of the Issue to the 1 people and then campaigned ac- lively for dry votes. I C.overnor Conner, from his resl- I deuce In Seminary, Miss., when URGE FOR DROUTH CRTTI.E ST. PAI'L. July government has paid farmers In seven slates for drou- Jit-starved cattle, tile regional drought relief ofllco here announ- ced today. I Payments, averaging a head for approximately head of cattle, Included Texox OF JAMES NIDFFETT New Administrator, after Study Of New Law, Ready For Speedy Action MONEYlolE EASY of Act to Have Attention in southern and eastern during the summer to slaughter later. It von don't think the routine of n marriage license clerk can become a little complicated, what would I 1 Viol-I HI ton one of the Siamese twins, came along with her prospective husband, i.rlce I ert am asked fur a license to wed? It flustered Ihe N-w York authorities but they liin ,llv rul'ed a ainst the permit. Violet. Lambert and Daisy, the other twin, are shown bear- 1 Ing up under the had news at the New York license bureau. ______ Day by Day Happenings in Pontotoc County Oil Fields L1TTLI-: LOCK. Ark., July 11. l.l'i Helen Spence Faton, pret- ty Arkansas who has killed two men, was st fugitive today from the state farm for women l for the fourth time within si year. j The and carefree prison- 'er was serving a 10-year sentence for her second killing when she escaped by feigning illness. She -look a guard's pistol in her Might yesierday and ofllclsils fear trouble in returning her this lime. Her fourth escape came a year 'lo Ihe day after she wsis paroled J by C.ov.-rnor l-'nlrell from a two- lyl-ar senlence for the court room 'slaying of .Isick Worls. alleged killer of her father. The shoot- Ing brought si dramatic climax to Worls' trial as the jury bad jusl started lo leave the room to con- sider the case. Helen arose from her courtroom chair and fired .1 bullet inio Worls' bead. I After much delay, she was sen- llenced to prison, and escaped one 'time before her parole was grant- led. Coming here where s-he oh- tallied new clothing and employ- Iment 111 si cafe, she worked less than a weel; when she entered (police hesidiinarters and admit- ted the slaying of Jim Ilohols, a .cafe operator at Hewitt. Ark. I A troubled conscience, she said, 'caused her to confess ihe crime which had been dismissed as un- 1 solved by officers. She blamed unwelcome advances for the slay- 1 Working in a strawberry patch with other inmates yesterday, she 'complained to the superintendent ;of feeling ill and gained permis- sion to go to the hospital room 'for medicine. Instead, she walk- led around the main farm build- lln- and disappeared after stop- 'ping la the night watchman's 'room to take his revolver. She !was clsid In men's clothing. Officials say the girl slayer i probably Is headed for her be- i loved Wlilte Klve.r country [which is home. n-ulstereil bis vote with Idrys. intimated last nlnlit i would seek enforcement of i law iiKalnut bootU'tiuers. (iinenior I lie said be was not surprised" at the election as h the the 1 Warrinn Nations Issue Contrn- dictory Reports of Result Of Battle "gratU'ied but the result ol hail predicted 'defeat of the liquor bill at the polls. The referendum was si double- 1 barrelled one and In the case ol !one county, Jefferson Davis. It furnished "a three-fold question. While returns were i from this county, It was believed Lt followed the dry Ibotli as to county option and j stal.-wide prohibition. since it on record In favor of re- voking the legality of four pe.' ic.-nl beer In :i special referendum. iKInht out of IS Jefferson Davi.' boxes voted 207 for sale of beer 'and against. The people voted first on le- galization of bard liquor. That jvvsis defeated. They voted s. ondly to penult sale of liquor in icoun'tles desiring It. predicted on ;the supposition thai .the state I went wet. Hut the vole was overwhelm- ilngly dry and wet majorities In some ten or slightly more coun- 'lies meant nothing. OFFICERS KILL Tl Tin- Ams.irinte.l Fort llallivan. modern, up-to- slronghold of llollvia In the Chaco jungle ;irea. today was the focal point of years of "hitler warfare which has brought Ihe peaceful intervention of 21 nations. Conflicting claims from Ilolivia and Paraguay obscured the actusil progress of a momentous 1'arag- uayan drive to capture the toil. I lio'llvia's last heavy I'orillicatlon In j the area. i Heavy artillery, siirplancs. im- ported, military tactics sind Ihou-' ssinds of men had their share In si battle described sis equal in inten- sity to any which hsis preceded. i Paraguayan advices said Ihe fort was surrounded, leaving the Pilcomayo river tin- only remuin- iim means of commiinicsilion from tin- fort. 1 They described a nut-cracker flanking operation which wsis ex- pected to crush the fort eventu- ally, although immediate capture was not predicted. Bolivians claimed tlisil Parag- uayan assertions of near victory 'were greatly exaggerated and :ic- cused the Paraguayan command ]of Issuing Isilse statements. Ad- vices from their capital. La Pax. ;said successive sittaeks sit various 'points along the Bolivian from 'bad been in every case with severe Paraguayan losses. (from Heeper and deeper Into the trsiben goes the Magnolia No. 1 Norris. In 1S-2-7. drilling today s.t feet and, according to reports, not decided just what lormatlon has been reached bill i confident thai the true Wllcox Is almost reached. Iielsiney sind others No. 2 Crad- In" flowed r.O iiiir- rels when opened for a short time. Hailing of drilling mud and water continues, with the opera- tors confident that they have a producer in Viola lime. The well 1 may be "shot" in an endeavor to increase production. J. C. Shaffer Inc. No. 1 A. J. Harden, in today was at 2.riSO feet. A core from to feet showed shale nnd an- other from sandy shale with a light show of oil and Articles Taken From McClure Home in Bebce Recovered By Officers Although checks have been out for only l-n.ono hesid.j _______ ihe government had Modernization and Repair more than 800.000 cattle. Mir- r veys Indicate, the office here an- nounced, that purchases will ex- ceed a million head. I'p to now shipments have been limited to the slaughter ca- SAM paclty of processors, but a nevvj ?ri K with Ihe frank and miiilini; j assertion: "I don't know much (about this job but 1 think I'll I learn." A week's Intensive study of the l housing act has convinced him tliu 'home modernization and repair 'phase of the program can lie put Into operation without delay. "And as far as I he said, "a minor jolf like paint- Ing a fence comes under the head of repair and MofTett. youthful In appearance and ruddy of face, said he had no j Idea he would he offered any KOV- einmenl post until last Saturday. "I was getting ready for a Kami' of golf when the call came." In? said. "Ami to my way of think- ing, such an offer In a comtusiiUK 'I'm willing to do anything I can to help out." I MolTeii, vice president of the Standard Oil Company of Call- loi nla. said he had spent the week j since his appointment In studying I1 he law. I "We he said, "to see 'about put Into homo renovation and repair by next fall and I bat ultimately the housing legislation will result In the em- ployment of .1.000.000 men. 1 In- to stay here continuously '11 until Ihe modernization feature of Ihe plan Is In operation." Democrats Seek to Hold. Re- publicans to Win Back Midwest Control J. K. Crosble No. 2 Dawes Har- den, in today was drilling sit feet. KH1CK. Ohla., July 'Two bank robbers who asked for got and death I" jboot, lay In a morgue here to- Thev were identified as W. II- D.-laney sind others (Loual) No. 2 Ci-iiddock In lirst producer in the 1-Mtts Held from Viola lime. Saturday was being bailed after Mowing 52 barrels of oil in minutes. The How- ls expected to Increase when the well has been cleaned out and it may be shot to further increase the flow. i Magnolia No. 1 Lewis, in 10- 2-7. producing from the Huuton lime. Mowed 2-1.1 barrels of oil Friday, continuing the product- son It" has established since being opened after re-acidlzatton. 1 Magnolia No. 1 Norris. In 1S- deepest test ill the grabeil. SO feet, In ll-'rulll Dlllljl I County officers'. In clearing up I robbery 'at the home of Dick Mc- In the Itehee community, 'arrested six boys ranging In age 'from 11 to almost IS and recov- ,ered the articles taken from Mc- Cltire's house. I Three of the boys, Sam McCuf- rey, Hill Wuldon and Herbert Henderson, have been cWarged Iwlth burglary In charges tiled In I justice court of Sherwood W. Hill. .The other three will come under (jurisdiction of the juvenile court. They are lluster Humphrey, Jun- ior McCuifrey and C.len Itrachoenu. The stolen articles were found Imre and there over a wide radius In Ihe llebee oil field, officers say- Ing that they found It slow work to ascertain from the boys the hiding places of all of the goods. This was the third time Mc- Clure's home had been robbed. Clothing composed most of tin loot in Ihe last burglary at bis home. CHICAC.O, July Ulast- ed Into the open by Republican "lighting talk" at the party's SOth anniversary celebration In Michi- gan. I he campaign for control of congressional delegations from Ihe agricultural mid-west was well under way. The Democrats are lighting for retention of "new deal" spokes- men In territory once considered "standpat" Republican, but most of which was carried by the Dem- icrats In the Roosevelt Illinois hsis by far the largest number of seats lo be fought for. 27, of which IK were Democrats lit the last session of congress. eight were Republican, and vacant. ,iart program au- Canipaigns are generally slate government backing up lo lo open officially In August. In all but two of the stales. Wisconsin and Nebraska must yet get pri- mary elections out of the way. Nebraska's primary Is August 14; Vlscon.sin's September IS. The Importance of the middle vestern lighting ground to both isirlies Is Indicated by Ihe fact hat the Republicans will shortly ipen headquarters In Chicago loin which the battle for control if the agricultural states will be llrected. The Republicans, headed by tlenrv P. l-'lelcber of Pennsyl- TH DROUTH 1 LIST jier cent of private IOIIIIH for home modernization and repair. It a batik, for example, lends 000 for modernization, the ROV- ernment will jniarantee there will he no loss on Kasj- to .Money MoflVtt said there was no com- plicated mechanism and that a home-owner who needed monoy for repairs or additions would aok a hulldliiK anil loan association, a bank or another linanclal acency for a loan. The Institution will consult tho admlnlftratlon and If vanla., recently named chairman will ,f the national committee ph tlm, wll, led a series of conferences In C umuunl benlniilnt: today The C I- CHBO Tribune said I-letcher hoped: to brine i 1.000.000 Into the ty's treasury this summer and thai Chlcaco's 'luola had I been lixed at I The Democrats also regard tb H July 11. -l.Vi Lawrence Sh'-lion, oper- silor for ihe l-'ort Smith lailway a1 Crowder. was in a nervous lapse today after a hanowlni: perlence ;it the hands of hitch- kidnapers. While en route to work yeKter- ilay. two hitch-hikers Hauled his rar ami demanded a "lift." One of the stranu.-rs had pistol. Sbelton was toiced to fold him- self up in the lui tie-hack of. his coupe, when- he remained con- lined Ihe rest of the day and sill illicit. Near the victim was re- moved from his cramped quarters and was ib-d In si tree and the bilch-hikers takiim his watch and money. The highwaymen let! with Sbelton's automobile. Greater returns for Hie annum. luvested Ni-vvi Claialfltd Ada. CIM-5TOIIAL. C. July H- i.T- President Roosevelt's cruiser the I'.S.S. Houston, dropped an- choi in the harbor here at today and received Secretary of War C.eorge H. n preparatory to a trip of inspect- ion through the Panama Capal. The war secretary, who is in charge of the Canal de the canal sis not 'inlv a vital factor in national deteiis" but also as "the greatest of mililary activities." The president came on deck arly lo witness tin- trip through the'gigantic canstl connectin.-: two oceans. Shortly after 10 a. m. the Houston .started through tin canal. The C.alun locks were crowded with spectators. Infantrymen 'ir.u Canal police were guarding I all approaches. Annapolis, Mil.--Out of reach of man. Ihe body of a sparrow swung lodin- from the cornice of a main street building by a piece of strlnir sin- bad collected for her nest. The suing had become fastened In the cornice and twisted around bird's neck. wild chase, and a battle. Sheriff Walter Jones of Hemp- bill, county. Te.v., said the fugi- tives tired six times before ho fired a return. The two men. mortally wound- ed, died en route lo a hospital 'ii luiUfs STRIKE SETTLED today. The July 1 federal crop report. relesised yesterday, showed that jOl'.lahoma will have the smallest corn crop in years suid ll'.e Ishortesi production of stork fei d 'in history. Only sin immediate general rain will start pastures growing and provide moisture for fall feed crops. Reports of livestock men and packing plants here show that nearly twice tin- normal number of cattle is being sacrificed for Saturday was at 5 Slriffer Inc. No. 1 A. J.' 'farm credit administration to- Hirden 'in was at added 12S drouth counties In f.-'et sai'urday. J. K. Crosble Inc., Texas. Oklahoma. Idaho and .Mis- No. 2 Dawes Harden, in sourl to ihe list of those eligible was drilling at feet. for secondary aid under the Kroeger and Gillette were set-, ono.000 emergency crop loan ting surface pipe to 100 feet In fund appropriated by the List their No. 1 Duncan In "fi-l-d. congress. Of those added. are near Pontotoc. I In Texas. They are also preparing to, {.'armors In secondary counties drill two wells In the northern Individual loans a" part of Atoka county, the first to for buying livi parly's campaign, almost a month before the Republicans officially declare war at the Illinois slate fair In August. be in 2-1n-l2e, the other In 2H- 2n-1 2e. These are near Lime- stone Gap. south of Kiowa. [slaughter, receipts here averaging 2.Ono to li.ono head daily. Magaolla Petroleum Co. No. l Vo'rri- 111 1S-2-7. today was re- Minted' to be in the Wllrox scr- ,-s h-ivin- topped the Wllcox "it" 7 feet and drilled in .'I as for the purpose -'I fallowing, secured by first liens on the live stock lo he' fed or the crops to be fl- nanced. County loan committees established In 'Irouth b-H ac- 'cepl. applications and send in-ni to for final action to reglon-i ot- I flees at Minneapolis, Sail l.ak of program con- make a special trip Into Him Is plan Insurance. nest week to open officially the on mortgages for new construction. The central aim Is to establish a standard-type, long-term mort- gage ut a comparatively low rat" 'of Interest. Other clauses of tho houslUK law Include refinancing of existing mortgages and tbe guarantee ot ;deposits In building and loan asso- iclntlons up to .______ "The modernization ami repair WASHINGTON. July program comes llrsl." Motfelt said. exhilaration and we'll work the oilier out as uaile tsix collectors happier In the Hoon as possible." Heal year ended June. "III Ihe little while since my Two drinks .appointment." Moffett said, "I've ind gasoline- boosted revenues. I become convinced that llils legls- T. Helvering. commissioner .lailoii has Irememlous posHlblll- if Int'ernal revenue, reported that tics. Industrlallsls 1 have talked tax income excluding processing lo feel Ihe name way and for that rose over the j mailer. do bunkers. I believe It preceding year. Gasoline really work." Honor collections accounted for, Moffett laughed us he said In- more than a third of the gain. 'would get J10.000 yearly as ad- Wllli the processing Inxes 111- uilnlstrsitor. About a year ago no eluded. collections aggregated quit a J100.000 a with BOOST Tax RECEIPTS clan, said a report complied 10 lays later indicated r, to .In per cent deterioration In virtually very county since the official 'igures were sent ill June 2S. The 10-year average is bushels. STILLWATKR. July A district court jury today con- victed Kills Claude, of Ciishlng. of lirst degree manslaughter and assessed his punishment at live years In stale's prison, in connec- tion with the fatal stabbing April of l-'ay Snodgrsiss. Hrumrtglit singer. Claude Is a barber and the slab- bing occurred in from of his shop afler a disagreement. first in to reach Wilt ox. the goal lately of operations. 1 Lewis, In I barrels of oil e Hunton lime, a In production. Delaney and others No. !craddock'. In swabbed SU barrels of oil In 24 hours. Prep- arations an deeper. The DFFICHL DUTIES 1-orease OKLAHOMA C1T.Y, July R. Hughes. Republican member of the corporation com- mission, was elected chairman of bolus made to drill commission al a reorganlza- well Is In tin; Vlol.i this afternoon after Refold llond. Chickashsi, bad I J. C. Shaffer Inc., No. 1 A. office succeeding Paul I Harden.' In "0-2-7, was drilling I Walker, resigned, 'lodav at feet In Mays and Commissioner J. C. Walton "tic. No. 2 i joined with Hughes in electing Ihe also In "0-2-7. latter as chairman, llond did not Canov at j. Crosble Inc. No. 2 Harden, was drilling In feet. II. L. Illackslock No. 1 Lewis i has added one foot to tho pre- [vlous depth and Is no drilling al feet. Scheriiierborn No. 1 Hanks In t Continued on 1'use S, No. 2) vote. Hughes will retire from office next January. Although be gain- ed a place in the Republican run- off primary In his race for re-elec- tion, he withdrew because his opponent. Frank A. Anderson of wan a negro. POPFLAR Illuff, Mo.. July 7 (.T) possible truck license war revenue officials of and Missouri wsis seen today as an attorney represent- ng ii niythevllle. Ark., truck op-, 'i-alor sought a stricter check on Missouri trucks entering Ark- insas. The attorney, C. I-'. Cooper. said bis client. Charles Hester.' and one of Hester's drivers, held at Caruthersvllle, Mo.. charged with failure to pay Mis- souri license fees. Cooper said this breaches 'i reciprocal agreement between Ihe two states and charged his client Is being held In retaliation for a Hie Standard Oil Company of Jersey to serve on an administra- tion 'petroleum board. His supe- riors objected to his connection with Ihe administration and banded them his resignation. "I suppose everybody knows. Moffett commented, "that I be- lieve in most of Ihe things the Roosevelt administration Is trying lo do. I'm trying to B''l from my private job but leave or no leave. I couldn't refuse when tbe White House said I wan needed.' FIGHT HERE Oil Mooru was taken by ambu- lance to the Sugg clinic early Monday night from North Ilrond- way. where officers say a flgnt oc- curred In which Moore was in- red. Moore was cut about the head. Is being Held in remimuon was cut aliout me ni-au, fine recently Imposed on a HayM. }J( tho weapon used by Mo., trucker by Arkansas opponent, according to nc- clals. i counts to tbe city authorities. The attorney r.ald highway pa-, shouse wns arrested by trolmen had Informed Hester lie clly uml this mnrnlns would not noed the Missouri II- a police court for hia pait cense because lie was emplojvJ affair. on a government project, ;